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Live Demonstration: Head & Neck Anatomy - Cadaver Prosection
Tuition fee and ticket required for admission
Friday, March 01
Palm Ballroom 2
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Hubert T. Greenway, Jr., MD, FAAD
- Eric Breisch, PhD - Handout
- Gary Lask, MD, FAAD
Following this course, the attendee should be able to:
- Identify superficial anatomic structures of the head and neck.
- Apply knowledge of facial anatomic structures to clinical practice.
- Detect and manage danger issues in anatomic areas and structures of the face and neck.
This session will be designed to provide basic principles of superficial head and neck anatomy as it relates to dermatologic surgery. In addition to lecture format, fresh cadaver specimens will be used to demonstrate, via prosection and live demonstration, important anatomical structures of the superficial head and neck for dermatologists and dermatologic surgeons. The live demonstration of the prosection will be projected on several large screens for attendees to view and see clearly. Clinical correlation of anatomy to surgery will be emphasized.
- Greenway HT. Superficial anatomy and cutaneous surgery conference syllabus. San Diego, CA: University of California Press; July 2012
- Breisch EA, Greenway HT. Cutaneous surgical anatomy of the head and neck. Churchill Livingstone; 1992:1-131.
- Robinson JK. Anatomy for procedural dermatology. In: Robinson JK, Hanke CW, Siegal DM, Fratila A, eds. Surgery of the skin; procedural dermatology, 2nd ed. Philadelphia, PA: Mosby; 2010:3-28.
|Friday, March 01|
|9:00 AM||Welcome / Dr. Greenway|
|9:05 AM||Superficial Head and Face Anatomy / Breisch|
|9:55 AM||Clinical Situations and Issues / Dr. Greenway|
|10:10 AM||Prosection: Head and Face / Breisch|
|10:50 AM||Clinical Situations and Issues / Dr. Lask|
|11:05 AM||Superficial Neck Anatomy - Prosection / Breisch|
|11:50 AM||Panel and Questions / All faculty|