AOCMF Course—Advances in TMJ Surgery "The Bonn Concept"
Leipzig, Germany
28 Sep 2017 - 29 Sep 2017
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Description

This course aims to improve participants' ability to provide advanced surgical management for patients with TMJ disorders.

The topics of the course will be discussed during two days and taught in three main ways. Comprehensive lectures on the first day will concentrate on the understanding of the core material. On the second day, practical exercises on Thiel- fixated human specimens will cover specific surgery techniques. At the beginning of each surgical section, a short lecture and a demonstration by an instructor will be given. In order to link the lecture material and practical skills taught with the problems encountered in daily practice, participants will have an opportunity for discussion with the instructors and the audience after each hands-on exercise section.

Learning objectives
Examine TMJ patients effectively
Indicate appropriate diagnostics
Select patients for surgery
Select specific surgical procedures
Use surgical skills in daily practice
Contributors
Rudolf Reich  (Course Director)
Marcus Teschke  (Course Chair)
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Details
ID LEIPZIG0917
Type AOCMF
Level Advances
Region Europe
Language(s) English
Scope Regional
Academic status Non peer reviewed
Format Course
Content Cadaver practicals, Debates, Lectures
Target audience ENT surgery, Oral and maxillofacial surgery, Other, Plastic surgery
Registration
Closing date28 Sep 2017
Statusopen
Places21
Available places0
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Cancellation policy50% until 30 days before the event. No refund thereafter
Pricing
Euro 1100.00 EUR
Included services
Course bag
Coffee breaks
Lunch
Course materials
Contact(s)
Stefanie Soos (Faculty & Participants Contact)
AO Foundation/ AOCMF
Clavadelerstrasse 8
7270 Davos
Switzerland
Phone0041 (81)4142531
Emailstefanie.soos@aocmf.org
Venue
On the first day the course will take place at the IRDC Leipzig and on the second day at the University of Leipzig, Institut for Anatomy.