diSplay - Surgical Planning Education







diSplay - Urology Surgery Planning
  • Take care of a virtual patient suffering from urology problems

  • Determine the best surgical strategy to treat the presented pathology

  • Use your patient data to create a curriculum suited to your educational needs

The urology surgery module has been developed with health professionals based on a patient-specific anatomy reacting to surgical interactions on the diSplay system thanks to biomechanical simulation.


Scalable and interactive, this module will be an educational tool of choice for your courses in urinary system surgery.

diSplay - Urology surgery simulation
Example of a patient-case

Become the actor of the care of

our patient-specific cases

Choose among the proposed patient-cases and analyse Janis Kid case thanks to the 3D model of his anatomy built from scanner images and reacting to surgical procedures thanks to biomechanical simulation.

Test, measure and visualise the consequences of different surgical strategies on this virtual patient without any risks and learn how to choose the best approach.

Janis Kid

Age: 51 years old

Situation: Married, 2 children

Profession: Public administration executive

Medical history:

Arterial hypertension

Discover an overview of the urology module
The curricula

Learn how to master urology surgeries planning step by step thanks to the curricula!

Ideal to animate tutorials, a curriculum enables the students to take care of a clinical case and to plan the whole surgery step by step to understand all the stakes.


Create your tailor-made structured exercise to teach your students precise pedagogical notions.

diSplay - surgical planning education
Nos partenaires

Academic partners

The curriculum eSurg&Sim is the result of a successful collaboration between three actors of simulation for health in Strasbourg. It has been validated as an efficient educational tool during tutorial sessions with surgical interns at the Surgical School of Nancy.

Medical expertise

Dr Isabelle Talon, visceral pediatric surgeon and lecturer for the University of Strasbourg, works with InSimo for the development of the urology surgery module and validate medical and educational aspects..