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AOSpine Principles Level Specimen Course—Approaches and Complications

The course is designed to provide you with a mix of interactive lectures, case discussions and hands-on practical experience and is based at the Department of Anatomy at Queen’s University, Belfast, using fresh, frozen cadaveric material in our world-class teaching facility. The aim of the course is to build on and develop the basic principles of spinal surgery that you will have learnt during your training and provide you with challenging cases, new practical skills and an interesting and

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AOSpine & NeuroSpine Joint Session—Sarcopenia

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AOSpine Masters Symposium—Controversies in the management of degenerative spine disorders

Degenerative spine disorders are very common, especially in the progressively older population. Although they are an integral part of any spine surgeon's daily practice, many questions remain unanswered, and continuing medical innovation introduces even more uncertainty. The course will take the form of didactic lectures and debates by the expert faculty, focusing on providing the best available evidence for each controversial question. Illustrative cases will also be presented, followed by open
  • Location: Portugal
  • Region: Europe
  • Course Date: 02 Mar 2018 - 03 Mar 2018
  • Language: English
  • AO clinical division / unit: AOSpine
  • Level: Masters
  • Activity Type: Symposium
  • Closing Date: 02 Mar 2018
  • Registration: open

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AOSpine DACH Fortgeschrittenen Specimen Kurs—Halswirbelsäule

Der Kurs wird das Kennenlernen und Durchführen von ventralen und dorsalen Zugängen zur HWS, das Dekomprimieren und Stabilisieren der HWS ermöglichen. Der Kurs wird praktische Übungen am Specimen beinhalten. Den richtigen Zugang zur HWS wählen Auf kritische Strukturen beim Zugang achten Die notwendigen Strukturen der HWS darstellen Die HWS für das gewählte Implantat vorbereiten Das Implantat einsetzen
  • Location: Austria
  • Region: Europe
  • Course Date: 05 Mar 2018
  • Language: English
  • AO clinical division / unit: AOSpine
  • Level: Advanced
  • Activity Type: Course
  • Closing Date: 05 Mar 2018
  • Registration: open

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AOSpine Advanced Course—Spinal Tumors and Trauma

The course is dedicated to two main topics – Spinal trauma and Spinal tumors. Spinal trauma part will cover spinal injuries from upper cervical spine to lower lumbar spine. Focus will be given to understanding spinal injury mechanics, indications for non-operative and operative treatment, reduction and fixation strategy and techniques. Spinal cord injury, treatment of ankylosing spine disorders and osteoporotic vertebral fractures will also be addressed as well as new trends like minimally

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AOSpine Local Seminar—Geriatrische Frakturen der oberen Halswirbelsäule

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AOSpine Principles Course—Spinal trauma

The course will cover different traumatic entities in the cervical, thoracic and lumbar spine, their classification, prognosis and possible surgical treatment. I will combine lectures elucidating the theory, case presentations, real life examples and hands-on training will have a high educational impact for the treatment of this challenging pathology. Correctly examine patient with spinal trauma Determine the appropriate imaging modality Classify the injury according to the AOS principles

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2nd AOSpine Advanced Level Live Tissue Training Course—Complications Management_DAY 1

This is a oneday hands-on course in a live-tissue environment (anesthetized pigs). There will be a short theoretical introduction followed by two three-hour sessions of live-tissue workshops at a ratio of 2 participants to 1 table instructor, plus the assistance of 1 ORP per table. The participants will experience: The common approaches (anterior) to the thoracic and lumbar spine Recognize important anatomical structures relevant to each appraoch Principles in the avoidance and management of

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2nd AOSpine Advanced Level Live Tissue Training Course—Complications Management_DAY 2

This is a oneday hands-on course in a live-tissue environment (anesthetized pigs). There will be a short theoretical introduction followed by two three-hour sessions of live-tissue workshops at a ratio of 2 participants to 1 table instructor, plus the assistance of 1 ORP per table. The participants will experience: The common approaches (anterior) to the thoracic and lumbar spine Recognize important anatomical structures relevant to each appraoch Principles in the avoidance and management of