Clinical Anatomy and Operative Procedures as Applied to Head, Neck and Limbs

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About the course

Taught by surgeons, this highly interactive event will feature focus-group workshops and individual demonstrations complemented by essential theoretical information on surgical anatomy. Delegates will be taught the anatomy encountered in common procedures, the placement of incisions and essential principles of surgery.  This session will also include the anatomical basis in the assessment and management of patients involved in a variety of major and minor trauma. Some examples of the topics intended to be covered include:

  • Head and facial injuries stab/gunshot wounds to the neck
  • Emergency airway management
  • Burns
  • Nerve injuries (including brachial plexus)
  • Fractures of long bones and compartment syndrome.

The workshops will use imaginative artwork in identifying important surface anatomy landmarks and the underlying structures on live human models. Operative anatomy pertinent to the following specialties will be covered:

  • Ear, Nose and Throat Surgery
  • Head and Neck Surgery
  • Trauma and Orthopaedics
  • Plastic Surgery
  • Vascular Surgery

Delegates may also wish to attend the morning session entitled Clinical Anatomy and Operative Procedures as Applied to the Thorax and Abdomen for an additional fee. Kindly follow this link for further details:


Suitable for

Medical Students and Foundation Year Doctors

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