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scikit-surgerytorch is a Python package

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Author: Thomas Dowrick

scikit-surgerytorch is part of the scikit-surgery software project, developed at the Wellcome EPSRC Centre for Interventional and Surgical Sciences, part of University College London (UCL).

The aim of scikit-surgery torch is to provide a home for various pytorch models/examples/utilities that may be useful for Image Guided Surgery.


Implemented models:

scikit-surgerytorch is NOT meant to be a layer on-top of pytorch or provide a new kind-of platform. The aim is that researchers can learn from examples, and importantly, learn how to deliver an algorithm that can be used by other people out of the box, with just a `pip install`, rather than a new user having to re-implement stuff, or struggle to get someone else’s code running.


You can clone the repository using the following command:

git clone

Running tests

Pytest is used for running unit tests:

pip install pytest
python -m pytest


This code conforms to the PEP8 standard. Pylint can be used to analyse the code:

pip install pylint
pylint --rcfile=tests/pylintrc sksurgerytorch


You can pip install directly from the repository as follows:

pip install git+


Please see the contributing guidelines.


Supported by Wellcome and EPSRC.

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