Dear Ladies and Gentlemen,

Excellent education without the typical education atmosphere. This special feature characterizes the Medicon Courses.

The participants will be involved in the clinical routines and thus experience a comprehensive programme including surgical approach, operating technique, surgical planning process as well as organization and the efficient input of resources and technique. 

Such a programme is only realized by small groups and allows direct exchange with the expert surgeon. 

We are welcoming "Newcomers" as well as experienced surgeons and we support the exchange of experiences during the course. 

The after work hours are set to be used for networking and discussion of current surgical cases among peers. 

Did we spark your interest? Please find our current courses in section Cranio - Maxillofacial Surgery & Plastic Surgery.

www.medicon-courses.de

Table of Contents

  1. Course of Primary & Secondary Rhinoplasty,
    Prof. Dr. W. Gubisch, Stuttgart, November
  2. Access Surgery for Oral & Maxillofacial Tumors,
    Prof. Dr. Dr. Kesting, Munich, December 2016
  3. Management of Neck Dissection,
    PD Dr. Dr. Bauer & Dr. Dr. Weitz, Munich, December 2016
  4. Special Price Offer

Course of Primary & Secondary Rhinoplasty,
Prof. Dr. W. Gubisch, Stuttgart, November

Dear collegues,

Rhinoplasties are the most common surgical procedures in the face but this operation has also one of the highest failure rates. This has different reasons. Each rhinoplasty affects the shape as well as the function. Both aspects have to be considered in planning such a procedure. The reasons for the high failure rate are mainly insufficient analysis, imprecise or inadequate techniques, rough tissue handling and mainly limited experience.

Since 25 years we offer courses for functional and aesthetic rhinoplasties. We are convinced that the greatest benefit results from live surgery and intensive discussions with the surgeon. After developing and designing a rhinoplasty instrument set together with Medicon eG, I was asked through them if I would offer such a two days workshop for interested colleagues. This is fine for us and I invite you to come to Stuttgart. It will be a pleasure for us to demonstrate to you the newest techniques and our concept in this challenging field of surgery.

With kind regards,
Prof. Dr. med. Dr. h.c. Wolfgang Gubisch

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Access Surgery for Oral & Maxillofacial Tumors,
Prof. Dr. Dr. Kesting, Munich, December 2016

Dear colleagues,

management of oral and maxillofacial tumors is one of the most challenging fields in our discipline. The surgical part includes tumor ablation, lymph node dissection and reconstructive techniques. Among these procedures the removal of the tumor mass with clear margins is the most pivotal one. Tumor free margins strongly influence patients’ prognosis. Accessibility to the different tumor locations of the oral and maxillofacial region is limited by the complex anatomy. Tumors of the posterior maxilla, the tongue base or the infratemporal region can not be resected transorally and therefore need alternative approaches.

During the current course we would like to share our experiences in this field with you. We invite you to a hands-on surgical workshop on Thiel-embalmed cadavers. Special focus of the course is paid on practical exercise. After detailed case presentations we will give you an anatomical introduction followed by the teaching of access surgery in a step-by-step manner.

Enjoy your time with us in Pre-Christmas Munich!

With kind regards,
Prof. Dr. Dr. M. Kesting

Further Information

Management of Neck Dissection,
PD Dr. Dr. Bauer & Dr. Dr. Weitz, Munich, December 2016

Dear colleagues,

the management of oral and maxillofacial tumors is one of the most challenging fields in our discipline. The surgical part includes tumor ablation, lymph node dissection and reconstructive techniques. The lymph node dissection or neck dissection is on the one hand important to remove potential lymph node metastases and on the other hand crucial for the determination of necessity for adjuvant radio- and/or chemotherapy. Therefore it is very important to perform this procedure in a structured way. The neck is a rather hazardous area due to important anatomical structures like the carotid artery, the jugular internal vein and nerves like the accessory, vagal and facial nerve. A structured neck dissection procedure is essential to set comparable standard for adjuvant therapy and statistical analysis about cancer therapy.

During the current course we would like to share our experiences in this field with you. We invite you to a hands-on surgical workshop on Thiel-embalmed cadavers. Special focus of the course is paid on practical exercise. After detailed case presentations we will give you an anatomical introduction followed by the teaching of access surgery in a step-by-step manner. The second part of this course will bring you to the operation room. There we will demonstrate the procedures during a live surgery.

Enjoy your time with us in Pre-Christmas Munich!

With kind regards,

Dr. Dr. Bauer & Dr. Dr. Weitz

Further Information

Special Price Offer

If you would like to participate in both Munich Medicon Courses

  • Access Surgery For Oral & Maxillofacial Tumors, December 02 - 04, 2016
  • Management of Neck Dissection, December 04 - 05, 2016

the participation fee is EUR 1.500 in total.

 

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