2019 AMI Online Salon

Whipple procedure with multivisceral resections and vascular reconstruction

Project Detail

  • Company/Institution: TVASurg.ca

  • Entrant Name: PaulKelly

  • Membership Type: Professional Submission

  • Other Contributors: Albert Fung, Paul Greig, Lucy Hotoyan, Jean Lin, Ian McGilvray, Joy Qu, Gonzalo Sapisochin, GordonTait       

  • Address: Toronto, Canada

  • Client: Toronto General Hospital

  • Medium/software used: MAXON Cinema4D, Adobe After Effects, Adobe Premiere Pro

  • Final presentation format: H.264 encoded movie available through online website

  • Primary Audience: Hepato-pancreato-biliary surgeons/surgical fellows

     

Project Description

This animated video, intended for surgical fellows in the field of hepato-pancreatico-biliary, or HPB, surgery, introduces the viewer to the surgical plan for a total pancreatectomy procedure, with resection of the pancreas, spleen, common bile duct, a long length of portal vein, right colon and proximal portion of transverse colon, duodenum and proximal jejunum.

Tumours of the pancreas head can cause significant distortions in nearby vasculature. This video highlights the systematic division of arterial blood flow to, and around, the tumour, and depicts the distortion of portal inflow vasculature around the pancreas head and neck, communicating critical understanding of the surgical approach to trainees.

The full video can be viewed at http://tvasurg.ca/