These are some of the topics we have prepared for our clients. Depending on the topic, a handout with sketches is prepared so that the trainees can follow the lecture. Contact us for more information

  • Anatomy, definition and anatomical terminology 
  • Medical terminology (Click here for the Dictionary of Medical Terms)
  • Surgery: History and terminology
  • Spine and spinal cord. Clinical anatomy, pathology and surgery 
  • Central Nervous System, brain and cerebrospinal fluid 
  • Female reproductive system. Clinical anatomy, pathology and surgery 
  • Cardiovascular system I: Heart. Clinical Anatomy, pathology and surgery 
  • Cardiovascular system II: Peripheral vascular system. Clinical anatomy, pathology and surgery 
  • The Heart: Coronary arteries, advanced anatomy, imaging, and surgery
  • Male reproductive system and BPH 
  • Breast. Clinical anatomy, pathology and surgery 
  • Abdominal contents I: Upper gastrointestinal. Clinical anatomy, pathology and surgery, open and laparoscopic 
  • Abdominal contents II: Lower gastrointestinal. Clinical anatomy, pathology and surgery, open and laparoscopic 
  • Bariatric concepts: Epidemiology
  • Bariatric surgery: From Scopinaro to today's endolaparoscopic procedures
  • Abdominal contents III: Hepatobiliary tree. Clinical anatomy, pathology and surgery, open and laparoscopic 
  • Inguinofemoral hernia. Anatomy and surgery, classic and laparoscopic . This lecture is supported by proprietary material
  • Ventral hernia. Anatomy and Surgery, Omphalocele, Spigelian hernias
  • Diaphragmatic hernia. Respiratory diaphragm clinica anatomy and Surgey. Bochdalek hernia, Esophageal hiatus herniae. Nissen, Toupet, Rosseti, and Belzi procedures
  • Thorax I: Respiratory system. Clinical anatomy, pathology and surgery 
  • Orthopedics I: General concepts. Skeletal anatomy and pathology 
  • Orthopedics II: Joints of the lower extremity. Foot, knee and hip. Anatomy, pathology and surgery 
  • Orthopedics III: Joints of the upper extremity. Hand, elbow and shoulder. Anatomy, pathology and surgery 
  • Female Pelvis and Perineum I: General Clinical Anatomy
  • Female Pelvis and Perineum II: Clinical Anatomy of Prolapse and corresponding surgeries 
  • The Neck: Clinical Anatomy
  • Clinical Anatomy of the Pharynx: Tonsillectomy 
  • Skin and SMAS (Superficial MusculoAponeurotic System). Plastic Surgery I - Body Contouring
  • Plastic Surgery I I - Rhinoplasty, Rhytidectomy, Mastoplasty, and Reconstructive Surgery
  • Sutures, needles, and surgical knotting techniques. (includes a workshop if requested)