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Brachial Plexus: Clinical and Surgical Aspects

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Narakas meeting pre-congress course



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DATE

October 23rd 2024

    

VENUE

Aula Magna of the CTO hospital in Torino

     

REGISTRATION

From this page, first come first served.  The registration fee is 150€, all local tax included.

   

A 20% discount will apply to your Narakas Club Congress registration fee if you register for the pre-congress course

Young surgeons, even those practicing peripheral nerve repairs and attracted by brachial plexus lesions, are sometimes in trouble in understanding the state of the art of brachial plexus surgery, especially when confronted with high level meetings such as the Narakas Club, where this topic is discussed in depth amongst experts. 

Thus,  we have decided to organize a  Course on the basic approach to brachial plexus lesions (from diagnosis to principles of treatment) for young surgeons wishing to start to understand and to go into details of such a complex problem.

PRE - NARAKAS COURSE

BRACHIAL PLEXUS LESIONS: CLINICAL AND SURGICAL ASPECTS

Aula Magna CTO Hospita in Torino

 

08.15 Registration

08.45 Welcome and introduction of the speakers with brief overview of the day’s agenda (Bruno Battiston, Paolo Titolo)

 

09.00-10.15 Session 1 - Anatomy and Physiology of the Brachial Plexus

09.00-09.30 Brachial plexus: anatomy and functions (Manuel Llusa)

09.30-10.00 Nerve regeneration principles and how to enhance it (Amy Moore)

 

10.00-11.45 Session 2 - Diagnosis and clinical evaluation of Brachial Plexus lesions

10.00-10.20 OBPP - Natural history.  How to evaluate children and preop exams (Jorg Bahm)

10.20-10.40 Adult brachial plexus injury: clinical evaluation and preop exams (Piero Raimondi)

10.40- 11.00 Questions and discussion

 

11.00-11.15 Coffee break

 

11.15-13.30 Session 3 - Brachial Plexus surgery: approaches and techniques

11.15-11.30 Surgical approaches(Anil Bathia)

11.30-12.00 OBPP: reconstructive strategy. Expected outcomes and complications (Willem Pondaag)

12.00-12.15Adult brachial plexus injury: reconstructive strategy (Bruno Battiston)

12.15-12.30 Adult brachial plexus injury: expected outcomes and complications (Nicola Felici)

12.30-12.50 Nerve transfers in brachial plexus surgery (Amy Moore)

12.50-13.10 Use of allografts in BP repair (O. Merced O’Neill, Bauback Safa)

13.10-13.30 Questions and discussion

 

13.30-14.30 Lunch break

 

14.30-16.00 Session 4 - Secondary surgery and T.O.S.

14.30-15.00 Secondary surgery in brachial plexus in children (Alain Gilbert)

15.00-15.15 Tendon transfers around the shoulder in the adult (Bruno Battiston)

15.15-15.30 Tendon transfers around the elbow in the adult (Paolo Titolo)

15.30-15.45 Tendon transfers for hand and wrist in the adult (Jorge Clifton)

15.45-16.00 Toracic Outlet Syndrome (Michel Merle)

 

16.00-17.00 Session 5 - How to assess results and post-op. rehabilitation

16.00-16.15 How to assess results (Nunzio Catena)

16.15-16.30 Literature review on results given by surgery (Erika Cavalli)

16.30-16.45 Post-operative rehabilitation (Ernesta Magistroni)

16.45-17.10 History of techniques for nerves and brachial plexus repair (Andrea Gohritz)

17.10-17.45 Discussion

 

17.45-18.00 Final remarks and thanks

ORGANIZING SECRETARIAT

StudioProgress S.n.c.
via C. Cattaneo 51 - 25121 Brescia
tel. 030.290326 fax. 030.2809839
info@studioprogress.it
SCIENTIFIC SECRATARIAT:

Bruno Battiston
Paolo Titolo

VENUE:

Aula Magna CTO
via Zuretti 29, Torino


23rd October 2024

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