This master class has been designed to offer a comprehensive and detailed overview of anatomy relevant for endoscopic surgery in order to help you improve your practice.
Over the course of three days, you will review with two leading experts in laparoscopic gynaecological surgery all aspects of the anatomy that are important for a safe practice of endoscopy.
Detailed anatomy will be explained with special emphasis on the details that will help during procedures, including anatomy of the abdominal wall, anatomical spaces of the pelvis, vessels, nerves and ureter. Practical tips and tricks will also be shared for a wide variety of issues.
This course will cover:
Rules in laparoscopic dissection, abdominal wall Pelvic
Lateral pelvic spaces
Developping the lasko, okabayashi, yabuki spaces
Vessels – Pelvis & Abdomen
Nerves – Autonomics or Central
Nerves sparing surgery
Live case observation, Lectures, On-site
Advantages of the procedure
“We only recognise what we know”. Mastering anatomy in all its complexity is the ground-base for excellence in execution.
It allows better decisions in the OT , reduces margin of error, increases safety of patient, reduces tissue trauma, and enables precise and limited use of energy.
Who is this course for?
This course is intended for pelvic surgeons of all level of experience.