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  Advanced Laparoscopic Anatomy, Dissection & Pelvic Surgery on Unembalmed Female Cadavers  
  June 26, 2001

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  IMET - Innovations in Medical Education & Training, New Orleans, Louisiana
September 14-15, 2001


DAY 1
LAPAROSCOPIC ANATOMY & DISSECTION
Session I - Inanimate Training Exercises
Session II - Structural Anatomy of the Female Pelvis
Session III - Laparoscopic Dissection (Hands-On Cadaver Lab)

DAY 2
VAGINAL SUPPORT ANATOMY & LAPAROSCOPIC SURGERY
Session IV - Understanding Pelvic Prolapse in 3-D
Session V - Support Anatomy of the Female Pelvis
Session VI - Laparoscopic Surgery (Hands-On Cadaver Lab)

This course offers a unique opportunity to the practicing gynecologist who is a skilled laparoscopist. Anatomical and reconstructive pelvic surgery principles will be discussed and demonstrated. The lectures and observations, which clarify anatomy and principles of dissection, will be put to practical use in a unique learning environment where participants will perform surgical procedures such as extensive pelvic dissection, urethropexy, paravaginal repair, and colposuspension using laparoscopic techniques on unembalmed female cadavers.
 
 
Organized by: Conference Manager: Jennifer Connor
Invited Speakers: Director: Robert M. Rogers, Jr., MD
Co-director: Harry Reich, MD
Anthony A. Luciano, MD
Alfred E. Bent, MD
Roosevelt McCorvey, MD
Timothy B. McKinney, MD
Resad Paya Pasic, MD
Robert K. Zurawin, MD
 
Deadline for Abstracts: Papers not accepted
 
Registration: Advance Registration Fee (received by August 31, 2001) = $2395USD
Late Registration Fee (after September 1, 2001) = $2695USD

To register or request additional information:
*send email to info@imetcme.com
*fax request to 856-662-1611
*call 856-662-2226
*write to IMET - Attn: Jennifer Connor
7102 Bishop's View Circle
Cherry Hill, NJ 08002
USA
E-mail: info@imetcme.com
 
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