The use of
fluorescence imaging
in HPB surgery

The use of fluorescence imaging in HPB surgery

A review of facts and practical tips for the use of ICG fluorescence in Hepatobiliary Surgery; as well as how ICG fluorescence can help surgeons to see more and do more, and improve outcomes.


Anatomic Segmentectomy

Biliary Mapping

Tumor Imaging

About the presenter

Dr. Catherine Teh
President of the Philippine HPB Surgical Society

Dr. Catherine Teh is a global leader and pioneer in the field of modern liver surgery. She co-founded the Philippine Association of HepatoPancreatoBiliary Surgeons 2015 and currently serves as the President. She is a founding and executive council member of the International Laparoscopic Liver Surgery Society (ILLS) and the current President of ASEAN Lap HPB Alliance. As one of the directors of the Philippine Association of Laparoscopic and Endoscopic Surgeons, she is actively involved in education and training of safe surgery being a staunch advocate of their project - ZERO BILE DUCT INJURY. Currently, she is the Chief of the Section of Hepatobiliary Pancreatic Surgery of the Makati Medical Centre since 2010. She became the first woman appointed as Chair of the Department of Surgery in National Kidney & Transplant Institute where she led the renaissance of liver transplant, established the Liver Center of the NKTI in 2013. She earned the Leadership award in 2019 from the International Association of Surgeons, Gastroenterologists and Oncologists, for her extensive international involvement in the development of resource stratified guideline in the screening, early detection and treatment of colorectal cancer as an expert panelist for the ASCO (American Society of Clinical Oncology).

She is actively involved in the education and training committee of the IHPBA, and the scientific committee of the APHPBA. She has given more than 150 lectures internationally, and is an editor of numerous prestigious international scientific journals to which she contributes regularly.

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