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Craniomaxillofacial Trauma Anatomy Course Agenda

 

Wednesday, 18 July 2017

0630 – 0730: Introduction to Craniomaxillofacial Trauma - David B. Powers, MD, DMD, FACS, FRCS                                                                      

  • Combined PRS/OTOHNS Grand Rounds (Handouts available for participants not able to attend the presentation)

Friday, 20 July 2018

 
Strategies of CMF Fracture Management

1700 – 1730: Principles of Dental Anatomy, Occlusion and Surgical Plating

1730 – 1800: Virtual Surgical Planning Demonstration    

1800 – 1820: Airway Management Options for the Trauma Patient

1820 – 1840: Management of Nasal Trauma                   

1840 – 1900: Break & Dinner

1900 – 1915: Management of Dentoalveolar Trauma and Principles of Intermaxillary Fixation

1915 – 1930: Radiology Review for CMF Trauma           

1930 – 2100: “Saw-Bones” Laboratory           

  1. Maxillo-mandibular fixation
  2. Symphyseal fractures:  Lag screw technique
  3. Parasymphyseal fractures
  4. Mandibular angle fracture with miniplate
  5. Locking reconstruction plate stabilization of tumor resection defect
  6. Naso-ethmoidal fractures (NOE)
  7. Zygomaticomaxillary Orbital (ZMO) fractures

Saturday, 21 July 2018

0830 – 0845: Breakfast

0845 – 0900: Surgical approaches to the mandible          

0900 – 0915: Surgical approaches to the TMJ                

0915 – 0930: Surgical approaches to the midface            

Cadaver Laboratory Sessions

0935 – 0945: Landmarks for local anesthesia administration

0945 – 1030: Orbital reconstruction

  • Transconjunctival
  • Percutaneous
  • Transcaruncular

Will incorporate orbital reconstruction with various biomaterials

1030 – 1110:Calvarial reconstruction

  • Coronal incision – dissection to the arches bilaterally
  • Frontal sinus fracture management
  • Tempoparietal fascia flap
  • Temporalis flap

1110 – 1200: Calvarial reconstruction – Part II

  • Split calvarial harvest
  • Medial canthal tendon repair
  • NOE fractures
  • Reconstruction of vertical pillars of support
  • Nasal dorsal strut graft

1200 – 1300: Lunch

1230 – 1250: Sequencing of panfacial fractures               

1300 – 1340: Midfacial fracture

  • Zygomaticomaxillary complex
  • Zygomatic arch
  • Carroll – Girard screw

1340 – 1420: Closure techniques

  • Scalp
  • Orbit
  • Canthopexy                   
  • Intraoral
  • Ear –Bolster dressings

1420 – 1440: Break

1440 – 1510: Maxillomandibular fixation techniques

  • IMF screws
  • Erich arch bars
  • Risdon cables for pediatrics
  • Hybrid MMF

1510 – 1550: Mandible

  • Approaches to the TMJ
  • Retroauricular approach
  • Plating of the condyle

1550 – 1630: Surgical approaches to the angle

  • Extraoral
  • Introral

Multiple plating options for the angle – Compression plate, Strut plate

Sunday, 22 July 2018

0800 – 0815: Breakfast

0815 – 0900: Principles of “Cosmetic” Trauma Surgery   

Cadaver Laboratory Sessions

0900 – 0940: Mandible

  • Symphysis fracture – Surgical approaches
    • Submental approach
    • Transcervical approach
      • Lag screws
      • Two plate technique

0940 – 1010: Mandible

  • Body fracture
  • Locking plate

1010 – 1115: Transfacial wiring

  • Independent laboratory time for completion of objectives

1115 – 1200: Review of cases

  • Question & Answer session

Adjourn