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Jun 21 - 22, 2019 | CME 13.00 | EUR €365 | Nizhny Novgorod, Nizhny Novgorod Oblast
AOSpine Advanced Seminar - Cervical Spine Pathology: Syndromic vs. Nosological approach? is organized by AOSpine and will be held from Jun 21 - 22, 2019 at Courtyard by Marriott Nizhny Novgorod City Center, Nizhny Novgorod, Nizhny Novgorod Oblast, Russian Federation. This event has been granted by the UEMS-EACCME® 13 CME points. Description: The seminar is targeted at trauma, orthopedic and neurosurgeons with more than 3 years of experience, focused on trauma and degenerative pathology, congenital and acquired spine deformities. 2-days event is dedicated to the surgical treatment of cervical spine pathology, advantages, and disadvantages of different surgical tactics and techniques. • When the nosological approach should be applied and why a syndrome-based approach can also be useful? • How important is to follow orthopedic aspects of surgical treatment in cervical spine? • Is there any influence of anatomical features on surgical tactics? • MIS and navigation, robot-assistance are modern trends or necessity? • Is it possible to prevent intraoperative complications and what to do if it happens? The seminar is designed for traumatologists - orthopedists and neurosurgeons who provide assistance to patients with traumatic and degenerative pathology, congenital and acquired spinal deformities. Experts with work experience of 3 years. A two-day course of study will be devoted to the problems of surgical treatment of pathology of the cervical spine with a discussion of the advantages and disadvantages of surgical tactics and surgical techniques: • When is the most effective approach in terms of nosology and is the syndromic approach appropriate? • How important is it to observe the orthopedic aspects of surgical interventions on the cervical spine? • Can anatomical features influence the choice of surgical tactics? • Minimally invasive and navigable surgery, robotic assistivity - fashion trends or necessity? • Is it possible to prevent intraoperative complications and what to do if they occur? Learning objectives: • Determine the goals of surgical approach from a position of syndromic and nosological approach • Apply neuro-orthopedics approach in planning the surgical treatment of cervical spine / Neuro-orthopedic approach in planning surgery for pathology of the cervical spine. • Apply neuro-decompression technique dep. On morphological substrate / Differential diagnosis and choice of surgical tactics for true deformities of the cervical spine and for pathology resulting from a violation of global balance • Choose a stabilization technique depending on the cervical spine / Use of neural structures decompression technique depending on the type and location of the compression substrate. • The choice of methods of stabilization, taking into account the anatomical features of the cervical spine. • To evaluate the effectiveness and possible benefits of minimally invasive and navigable surgery in the treatment of pathology of the cervical spine • Learn more about risk assessment, risk assessment, prevention and treatment of complications after surgery on the cervical spine.