North American SORG Modular Training Series 2016: Module 4 - Trauma, TMJ & Cosmetic Surgery

Chicago, Illinois
Friday, November 04, 2016
North American SORG Modular Training Series 2016: Module 4 - Trauma, TMJ & Cosmetic Surgery
Friday, November 04, 2016 12:00 PM -
Sunday, November 06, 2016 1:00 PM (Central Time)

Chicago Marriott Downtown Magnificent Mile
(312) 836-0100
540 N Michigan Ave.
Chicago, Illinois 60611
United States

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Purpose

Module 4 is intended to familiarize the audience with a general overview of facial surgery, including facial aesthetic surgery, facial trauma, and temporomandibular joint disease. This module will describe the anatomical considerations, preoperative planning, surgical techniques, management strategies, as well as describe experience with the latest technologies available for facial reconstruction.

Learning Objectives

At the conclusion of the course the participant will be able to:

  • Understand the pre-operative evaluation of patients seeking facial aesthetic surgery.

  • Become familiar with surgical anatomy relevant to facial aesthetic surgery.

  • Understand different available surgical and non-surgical modalities as it relates to facial aesthetic surgery.

  • Optimally sequence the multiple surgical steps needed for management of a panfacial fracture patient.

  • Apply critical thinking pathways to both the elective and emergent airway management of trauma patients.

  • Discuss the diagnosis and surgical management of nasoethmoid and frontal sinus
    fractures.

  • Appreciate the surgical and other complications of common facial fractures and their
    management.

  • Perform an appropriately detailed history and examination on patients with complex
    head and neck pain complaints.

  • Describe the indications for armamentarium and the technique of office-based
    arthrocentesis.

  • Understand a systematic approach to arthroscopic lysis and lavage of the TMJ.

  • Discuss physiologic changes in the TMJ that result from arthrocentesis, arthroscopic lysis and lavage, and advanced operative arthroscopy.

  • Recognize indications for autogenous or alloplastic TMJ replacement.

  • Minimize, and when necessary manage, complications of TMJ replacement.

  • Provide contemporary perioperative management for TMJ reconstruction patients.

  • Discuss considerations for TMJ replacement in the growing patient.


 

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