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scikit-surgeryvtk implements VTK for Image Guided Surgery applications

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Author(s): Stephen Thompson and Matt Clarkson; Contributor(s): Miguel Xochicale, Thomas Dowrick, and Mian Ahmad.

scikit-surgeryvtk implements VTK for Image Guided Surgery applications.

scikit-surgeryvtk 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).

scikit-surgeryvtk is tested on Python 3.8. and may support other Python versions.


Functionality includes:


You can pip install as follows:

pip install scikit-surgeryvtk


You can clone the repository using the following command:

git clone

Running the tests

You can run the unit tests by installing and running tox:

pip install tox

Encountering Problems?

Please get in touch or raise an issue.


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Supported by Wellcome and EPSRC.

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