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3-Dimensional Representation of a Simulated Virtual Reality Subpial Brain Tumor To Assess Surgical Expertise

NeuroVR (CAE Healthcare) is a high-fidelity neurosurgical simulator designed to recreate the visual and haptic experience of resecting a human brain tumor through an operative microscope. Researchers at McGill University sought to use a machine learning algorithm to classify the surgical expertise of attending physicians and trainees performing a virtual subpial resection task. This video shows a 3-dimensional representation of the virtual reality subpial tumor simulated for the study. The pia (light pink) can be seen overlaying the tumor (dark blue) and adjacent blood vessel (bright red).

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