WEBINAR: Microsurgical reconstruction of the lower limb: From trauma to oncological reconstructions and lymphedema surgery

Wednesday 3 March 2021 18:00 h 2 HOURS FREE

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The first webinar of the proposed series of webinars within the “road to Caceres” project will focus on methods of microsurgical reconstruction of the lower limb.

The most frequent interventions carried out in this regard are included in 3 fundamental blocks:

1. Trauma injuries (divided into acute and subacute trauma).

2. Tumors of the lower limbs (usually sarcomas).

3. Pathology of the lymphatic system (lymphedema)

The experience of renowned surgeons in the field of microsurgery will be presented at the webinar, divided into the blocks previously described. Post-traumatic reconstruction will be treated by doctors Monge and Estrada, who will explain the acute and subacute treatments, reconstructive indications and preparation for the intervention.

Regarding oncological pathology, Dr. Lasso will be in charge of describing the most frequent type of lesions by anatomical areas and the types of flaps most indicated for their treatment.

Finally, Dr. Masiá will carry out an analysis of the current therapy for lymphedema in the lower limbs, based on lymph node transfer techniques and supermicrosurgery for lymphatic-venous anastomosis.

The objectives of the webinar are:

1.- To present the current techniques in the reconstruction of the lower limb and review the reconstructive algorithms most used in surgical practice.

2.- Carry out a live debate among the experts in which the audience can also participate with online questions.

3.- Promote and disseminate the work carried out by the AEM, as well as establish a future scientific work network among the specialties related to the performance of microsurgery.

4.- Promote microsurgery among doctors in training of the different specialties that use these techniques

MORE INFORMATION HERE: https://www.campusccmiju.com/ 

Jasmine Walter

Content Editor, Mark Allen Group

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