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AOSpine Curso Basico—MIS toracolumbar: Introducción a la cirugía percutánea en patología degenerativa y traumá

Minimally Invasive Spinal Techniques have experienced a great development in recent years, evolving from fashion or experimental to a reality which is slowly changing and shaping the way in which surgeons approach the management of spine disease. This course , based on the AOSpine curriculum format, will provide an overview of the different techniques, focusing on Thoracolumbar degenerative and traumatic disease, which accounts for the most frequent scenarios in which these procedures are

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GIS:AOSpine simposio—Presentazione ed utilizzo di AO Surgery Reference

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AOSpine Advanced Course—Spinal trauma

This course will cover several topics in spinal trauma, such as the management of polytraumatised patients, patients with fractures of ankylosed spine or spinal cord injury as well as the treatment of patients with impaired bone structure, fractures in transitional zones or posttraumatic thoracolumbar kyphosis. Spinal injuries affecting the elderly and the role of minimally invasive spine surgery will also be addressed. Course schedule 17 May 2018. 8:00-17:30 18 May 2018: 9:00-13:00 Indicate

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SPPCV: AOSpine symposium—Complications in spine surgery

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AOSpine Masters Webinar—Intradural tumors

Join us for a free webinar providing a live and interactive learning opportunity created for surgeons at a Masters level of experience (with more than 10 years of spine surgery experience). Presenter Florian Ringel Universitätsmedizin Mainz Chairman Dept. of Neurosurgery Langenbeckstr. 1 55131 Mainz Germany

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5th AOSpine Advanced Level Specimen Course (SFITS)

Aim of the Event The aim of this course is to give participants a foundation of practical skills on commonly performed tasks during posterior cervical, thoracic and lumbar spinal procedures as well as anterior and lateral procedures. Since theoretical sessions will be provided online prior to the  course there will be lecutres during the course in order to focus only on practical experience. Target Participants This course is aimed at advanced spine surgeons with at least 5 years of experience

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AOSpine Advanced Seminar—Long-term Effects of Surgical Treatment on Various Spine Pathologies

This 2-day seminar will cover different aspects of spine surgery and particularly pay attention to the problems of long-term effects. “How come even if you follow all surgery protocols you don’t get the satisfactory outcome?” “Why does the good result in the early post-op period doesn’t last and then leads to disappointment in long-term?” “What is good and what is bad?” “Is the recurrence always the result of a bad surgery?” “What are we dealing with, the recurrence or a bad surgery?” “What if

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AOSpine Advanced Seminar—Focus on intraspinal pathologies

The seminar will be focusing on intraspinal tumors, intraspinal infections, syringomyelia and intraspinal vascular conditions. This educational event will consist of evidence-based keynote lectures, video demonstrations and several relevant clinical case discussions. New perspectives on treatment of these conditions are rapidly arising and we offer you a challenging learning experience with interactive sessions facilitated by faculty teaching in their field of expertise. Choose the best
  • Location: Norway
  • Region: Europe
  • Course Date: 07 Jun 2018 - 08 Jun 2018
  • Language: English
  • AO clinical division / unit: AOSPINE
  • Level: Advanced
  • Activity Type: Seminar
  • Closing Date: 07 Jun 2018
  • Registration: open

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SFCR: AOSpine Symposium—Déformations du rachis cervical: analyse de la déformation, techniques et indications

Le AOSpine Symposium aura lieu le vendredi 8 juin de 12h15 à 13h45 lors du congrès de la SFCR qui se déroulera du 7-9 juin à Nantes. Il est ouvert à tous les participants du congrès. (Sans isncription préalable, nbre de places 40 ) Présentation 1 : Comment évaluer une cyphose cervicale : les paramètres d'équilibre ? (R. Assaker) Présentation 2 : Ostetomies low grade: Technique(s) et indications (P. Bancel) Présentation 3 : Osteotomies high grade  (en anglais) (H. Koller)  Présentation 4
  • Location: France
  • Region: Europe
  • Course Date: 07 Jun 2018 - 09 Jun 2018
  • Language: French
  • AO clinical division / unit: AOSPINE
  • Activity Type: Symposium
  • Closing Date: 07 Jun 2018
  • Registration: not open yet

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AOSpine Advanced Level Live-Tissue Course—Complications

Identify and manage postinjury complications Manage intraoperative complications Safely manipulate non-skeletal tissues and organs including dura mater, oesophagus, lung, bowel, kidney, ureter, arteries and veins Describe the key anatomical characteristics of these organs that have an influence in the methods of manipulation and repair Describe the steps of life preservation, tissue preparation and execution of repair in unexpected injuries of the above mentioned organs and tissues Perform