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Pelvic Anatomy and its Clinical Applications

Fee: £150 incl VAT
Sunday 16 June 1400–1800
Max capacity 40 - Limited places remaining

Pelvic surgery, for both Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, requires a comprehensive knowledge of the pelvic anatomy to safely attain access, maintain exposure, ensure haemostasis and avoid injury to viscera, blood vessels and nerves. Familiarity with the contemporary views of the female pelvic organ support is essential as we refine established methods for surgically correcting pelvic organ prolapse or consider adopting new and innovative technologies. It is relevant for the Obstetricians and Gynaecologists to understand the anatomy of the female genital tract, lower urinary tract and gastrointestinal tract while performing laparotomy or laparoscopy or complex caesarean section, with an emphasis on clinical relevance and avoiding potential complications.

Speakers

  • Dr Nirmala Vaze  
  • Dr Shilpi Sud    
  • Dr Kshama Kedar
  • Dr Pragati Khalatkar    
  • Dr Sharmila Kanthale  


Agenda                        
14.00  -14.05  Introduction
14.05 - 14.25  Hot Spot - Clitoris
14.25 - 14.45  Hurdles in Girdle – Bony Pelvis 
14.45 - 15.05  Tricky Passage - Pelvic Floor 
15.05 - 15.25  Tears bring tear – Perineum
15.25 - 15.40  Dodgy Ureter - Ureter  
15.40 - 15.55  Discussion
15.55 - 16.10  Refreshments
16.10 - 17.10  Panel discussion on pelvic anatomy
17.10 - 17.25  Visual Quiz
17.25 - 17.40  Video on Pelvic Dissection  
17.40 - 18.00  Question & Answer session

 

 

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