The M.I.S (Minimally Invasive Surgical) message to treat spinal pathologies is very clear.The minimization of the tissue injury in the surgical approach diminish the complications associated with the surgical act. The endoscopy is the most legitime M.I.S procedure to accomplish the maximization of surgery aim with less invasive injury. The endoscopic cadaver lab training has the objective to demonstrate the endoscopic tool as a safe option in the management of spinal diseases.
This hands-on cadaver course will focus on the major currently available minimallyinvasive surgical techniques, including transforaminal and interlaminar approaches.Using a state-of-the-art facility, these techniques will be taught by the Brazil ́s experts in each of these techniques. This Interventional Techniques Course includes: 1 day hands on cadaver workshop.
At the end of the course the colleague should be familiar with the endoscope set assembly, anatomical landmarks, the surgical indications and the best approach to be chosen (transforaminal or interlaminar). Renowned spinal endoscope surgeons were selected to share their personal experiences under the academic coordinator and lidership of: Márcio Ramalho, MD, Carlos Drummond, MD and Marcelo Mudo, MD.
February 12, 2019 - Theoretical Programming