Microsurgery courses and events
If you have been casting your eye over our range of Stille micro instruments recently, then you may well also have an interest in microsurgery events.
So we have put together this list of events that you might enjoy attending over the next few months, all of which focus on microsurgery to some degree.
We realize that our micro instruments are used for everything from plastic surgery, paediatric surgery, ophthalmology, orthopedic surgery, gynecological surgery, otolaryngology, neurosurgery, oral surgery and more.
Whilst the three events listed below don’t cover all of these specialist areas, we would love to hear from you if you know of any other upcoming events focusing on microsurgery. Just email us at email@example.com we can add them to the list below!
Imperial Cadaveric Flap Course
11th– 13thSeptember 2019, Charing Cross Hospital, London
This cadaveric flap course has been extended to three days by request to allow more focus on microsurgery.
Tutors with high-volume breast, neck, head and lower limb experience will cover all major workhouse flaps.
The course includes microsurgery simulation using table top and operating microscopes.
16th– 19thSeptember, Paris, France
The 18thCongress of the International Society of Craniofacial Surgery is a four-day event that will cover developments and research within the field.
These include neurosurgical aspects related to reconstructive surgery, craniofacial clefts, microvascular reconstruction in craniofacial care and a facial transplantation panel.
International Conference on Neuroscience and Neurosurgery
August 12th -14th 2019, Rome, Italy
With a packed programme of sessions covering topics as diverse as neurosurgery, neuroinfections and neurogenetics, this conference will look at the advances in the tools and technologies used in neurosurgery and how these have impacted on the specialism.
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