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11th Annual Cervical Spine Research Society Hands-On Cadaver Course

April 12, 2018 — April 14, 2018

St Louis, Missouri, USA

 

**20% discount for EANS Individual Members!**

(contact lucinda.foster@eans.org for the discount code)

Course information HERE.

Course Directors: Rick C. Sasso, MD & Vincent C. Traynelis, MD

Course Objectives:

The emphasis of this workshop is on surgical microanatomy and microdissection of the cervical spine. It will enhance the 3-D anatomical knowledge of participants and sharpen their surgical skills of cervical decompression and stabilization techniques. Participants will:

  • Review and describe the intricate anatomy of the uncinated process, nerve roots, the vertebral artery and foramen
  • Identify the relationship of the above to each other
  • Review the techniques and perform under the guidance of experts, anterior and posterior surgical approaches to the cervical spine including:

- Posterior decompression techniques including laminotomy, foraminotomy, laminoplasty, laminectomy, and facetectomy

- Fusion techniques including occipital-cervical constructs, C1-2 transarticular fixation, subaxial wire and plating constructs

- Anterior decompression techniques including discectomy, foraminotomy, corpectomyAnterior fusion techniques including Smith-Robinson and strut grafting as well as subaxial plate, odontoid fixation and cages

- Transoral approaches to dens resection

  • Discuss surgical indications and complications management for the above procedures 

Register HERE.

Next event

1st Erlangen Interdisciplinary Course for Microscopic and Endoscopic Surgery of the Anterior and Lateral Skull Base, February 20 — February 22 →