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TaTME module

This module is the first project of the iLappSurgery Foundation.
The development of the first 11 chapters was supported by the Pelican Cancer Foundation and therefore free of charge.
Many aspects of rectal cancer surgery are discussed by world known experts; focus is on embryology, anatomy and standard of care.

In the In-Depth TaTME Modules, in additional chapters we focus on procedural steps of the Transanal TME technique, embryology and anatomy and optimal pathway to implement the procedure safely in specialized centers.
The In-Depth Modules are downloadable at an additional fee.

The App is adaptive which means that content is changed on a regular base. The project offers guidance from experts, detailed medical illustrations, 3D-animations, and colorized videos excerpts demonstrating key concepts.

App registration and use is in accordance with current privacy legislation.


Yarrow McConnell

Vancouver General Hopsital, Vancouver - Canada

Steve Arnold

Basingstoke Colorectal Centre, Basingstoke - UK

Thilo Wedel

Christian-Albrechts University, Kiel - Germany

Tom Cecil

Basingstoke Colorectal Centre, Basingstoke - UK

Bill Heald

Champalimaud Centre for the Unknown, Lisbon-Portugal
Pelican Cancer Centre, Basingstoke - UK

Colin Sietses

Gelderse Vallei Hospital, Ede - The Netherlands

Calvin Coffey

University Hospital Limerick, Limerick - Ireland

Dara Walsh

University Hospital Limerick, Limerick - Ireland

Ayhan Kuzu

University of Ankara, Ankara - Turkey

Patricia Sylla

The Mount Sinai Hospital, New York - USA

Mariana Berho

Cleveland Clinic Florida, Florida - USA

Steve Wexner

Cleveland Clinic Florida, Florida - USA

Sami Chadi

University of Toronto, Toronto Western Hopsital Canada

Joep Knol

ZOL Hospital, Genk - Belgium

The App is available on the App Store and Google PLay

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