PRIMO ANNUNCIO 2021 – 2022

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PROPOSTA DEL MASTER 2021 – 2022

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Approcci chirurgici "hands-on" alla base cranica antero-laterale, ricostruzione e indicazioni

L' obiettivo del Master è quello di valorizzare tutte le competenze teoriche e pratiche necessarie
per eseguire gli approcci chirurgici alla regione antero-laterale
del cranio soprattutto per patologie endocraniche.
SUBFRONTAL MEDIAL APPROACHES

14-16 Maggio 2021
Direttore: Prof. Luigi Maria Cavallo
TRANSCRANIAL APPROACHES

2- 4 Luglio 2021
Direttore: Prof. Antonio Bernardo
Guided dissection to the
antero-lateral skull base including the orbit
22 24 Ottobre 2021
Direttore: Prof. Antonio D'Agostino

COURSES VENUES

 The courses will run in Verona on Friday, Saturday and Sunday at:

ICLO Verona SRL – Via Evangelista Torricelli 15/A – 37135 Verona

AOUI (Azienda Ospedaliera Universitaria Integrata) Verona – Piazzale Stefani 1 – 37128 Verona

COURSES ACTIVITIES

During the intervals between course modules, participants will take part in continuing professional development activities via e-learning of lesions, clinical cases, conferences, seminars, and, importantly, surgical fellowships at the AOUI of Verona, as requested and as possible in operative scheduling at the surgical services of the departments of neurosurgery, maxillofacial surgery, and otorhinolaryngology.

MASTER PROPOSAL

Teacher of the Master will be neurosurgeons, maxillofacial surgeons, and otorhinolaryngologists together with other professionals as shown in the Didactic Plan and in the Faculty. Target audience: neurosurgeons, maxillofacial surgeons and otorhinolaryngologists.

DIDACTIC PLAN

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to apply their theoretical and practical competencies to surgical approaches to the anterolateral skull base for the treatment of brain diseases. Specifically:

  • acquire anatomical knowledge about simple and complex approaches
  • understand functional changes
  • understand clinical applications
  • acquire a range of views and techniques from specialists from different surgical disciplines
  • determine the best technique for treating similar pathologies in each case
  • perform surgical techniques on the cadaver using advanced technologies
  • experiment with microsurgical and endoscopic techniques
  • watch live or recorded activities and discuss cases with the experts
  • appreciate the importance of reconstruction associated with the surgical technique
  • acquire competence in evaluating clinical outcome
  • discuss potential clinical complications associated with the surgical technique
  • learn from the experience of international specialists
  • create a sharing environment that fosters long-term collaboration

MASTER DIRECTORS

Prof. Antonio D’Agostino e Prof. Andrea Talacchi

(atalacchi@hsangiovanni.roma.it)

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