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ORBITAL TRAUMA MANAGEMENT FROM THEORY TO PRACTICE

This is a practical (step-by-step) HANDS ON CADAVERIC DISSECTION, LECTURE and VIDEO based course

Faculty: Lee Alkureishi Chad Purnell

Support: David Morris Pravin K Patel

University of Illinois Division of Plastic Surgery

Location: SITL

Date: Jan 9, 2020 Saturday

Sponsor: Stryker (ImmersiveTouch for VR)

Anatomic Specimens 2 heads with CT data

 

THEORY  

8:00 Surgical Anatomy of the Orbit and the Ocular adnexa  (15min) CHAD

        Skeletal anatomy of the naso-orbital zygoma

         Eyelid, Lacrimal, extraocular muscles, medial and lateral canthi

8:15 From clinical to radiologic evaluation of orbital, zygomatic and naso-ethomid fractures  (10 min) CHAD

         How to read the 2D films - historical

         From 2D to 3D to VR

         Anatomy of orbital floor, medial orbit fractures 

         When is navigation helpful?

8:30 The Tools of Orbital Reconstruction (20 min)

         Instrumentation and materials

               Surgical instruments

               Titanium vs medpore vs autogenous

          Anatomic plates and what their boundaries are

          Role of Navigation  

8:50 Approaches and Exposure of the Orbit  (15min)

               Transconjuntival – preseptal vs retroseptal

               Trans and retroconjunctival

9:10 Restoring the Orbital Volume (20 min)

        Reconstruction of the primary orbital fracture - FINDING THE LEDGE

        Considerations in secondary/revision orbital surgery

9:30 Restoring the Peri-orbital adenexa (15min) 

         Lacrimal stents, canthopexy etc…

         Lid reconstruction - PROBABLY BEYOND THE SCOPE OF THIS 

9:50 FINISH 

 

10:15 PRACTICE (ANATOMIC SPECIMEN)  - 3 hours

  • How to use Immersive Trauma module for orbito-zygomatic reconstruction

  • How to use the Stryker Navigation system

  • Transconjunctival approach

    • Preseptal

    • Retroseptal

  •  Transcaruncular and Retrocurincular

  • Exposure of the infra-orbital canal

  • Exposure of the orbital floor, the medial and lateral orbital wall

  • Trans maxillary sinus exposure 

  • Confirming  the Orbital plate via Navigation

  • Harvesting of cranial bone graft

  • Repositioning of zygoma via Navigation

  • How to do a lateral canthopexy

  • How to do a medial canthopexy

  • EVENTUALLY:  HOW TO PASS MINI MONOKA TUBES

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