Surgical and Interventional Oncology

Visualizing Tumor Vascularization in 3D and in VR

Liver Tumor : Measuring the volume of a liver tumor and visualizing the vessels feeding it – CT Scan


Depth visualization of tumors, vessels and surrounding tissues

Measurements in 3D and in VR: tumor volumes, distance to ROI

Import of surgical instruments

Potential benefits of our future medical solution

Surgical Decision tool

endoscopy, robot, open surgery, partial or total ablation

Planning tool for tumor ablation:

probe selection,
surgical approach

Control in the OR


operating time


Clinical Evidence

Renal Cryoablation Preparation Using Virtual Reality

The study aimed to develop an effective method using AVATAR MEDICAL to plan and perform virtual cryoablation procedures for treating Renal Cell Carcinoma (RCC) tumors with minimal damage to nearby organs. The software converted CT scan data into real-time 3D and VR reconstructions, enabling precise probe placement in the patient’s anatomy. By comparing different probe placement approaches, the study found that VR planning allowed for creative and precise strategies. Overall, the research emphasizes the potential of VR technology to enhance minimally invasive procedures for treating renal tumors, ultimately improving patient outcomes and reducing risks.


AVATAR MEDICAL is a unique hardware agnostic XR software platform. With the ability to plan based on preoperative imaging and then evaluate as well as confirm based on intraoperative imaging, I now have an additional level of capability and confidence in my advanced percutaneous and endovascular interventions.
Dr. Venkatesh Krishnasamy
Interventional Radiology, Associate Professor of Radiology, Columbia University
The AVATAR MEDICAL software package allows for a seamless integration of imaging data into an environment that is apt for planning and executing virtual procedures. This new perspective can give the clinician a firmer grasp of the anatomy involved and the license to explore more creative approaches to a case.
Dr. Brendon Bagley
Vascular and Interventional Radiology, David Grant Medical Center, Travis AFB, US Air Force
Copy of First Military demo

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