02 - 03 Feb 2018

Mohs Micrographic Surgery for Tumors on the Face

Goal of the Course:

  • To learn important dates about face anatomy and haw to conduct the heeling process for invisible scar  
  • Understand the principles of reconstruction on the complex skin surface  
  • Exercise suturing techniques and reconstructive techniques  
  • Understand principles of Mohs micrographic surgery 
  • Understand histopathologic aspects of skin tumors, in vertical sections ( classical pathology) vs horizontal sections approach (Micrographic Mohs surgery)

Course Format

Two days hands-on course under supervision of famous experts including Course Faculty Member Dermatosurgeons and a Histopathologist. The course will be interactive and will include short theoretical parts and a large practical experience.

Faculty

Dr Mihaela Leventer (Romania)

Professor Alina Fratila (Germany)

Dr Kai Munte (The Netherlands)

Dr Isaac Zilinski (Israel)

Dr Tiberiu Tebeica (Romania)

 

Where

Bucharest, Romania

Terms

EADV Specialist courses are for dermatology and venereology specialists (both EADV members and non EADV members).

Participants will receive the educational material which was presented during the course, catering and a social event during the course.

Registration Fee (EADV Members): 400 €

Registration Fee (Non EADV Members): 650 €

The registrations will close at 23h59 (GMT+1) the day before the registration deadline (ex: registration deadline 15 January 2018 - the registrations will close on 14 January 2018 at 23h59).

Programme

Friday 2 February 2018

  • 09:00 / 10:30 Breakfast session
    • 09:00 / 09:15  Welcome, scope of the course, how it will run - M. Leventer

    • 09:15 / 09:30  What instruments do we use ? - M. Leventer

    • 09:30 / 09:45  Principles of Mohs surgery, differences between classical procedures and Mohs surgery excision - M. Leventer

    • 09:45 / 10:00  Face reconstruction with flaps, general rules (superior, medial and inferior face) - K. Munte, A. Fratila, I. Zilinsky

    • 10:00 / 10:15  Danger zones in skin surgery - /

    • 10:15 / 10:25  Basic Mohs techniques from a histologic point of view: specimen mapping, cryostat vs. paraffin sections, histopathology of cutaneous tumors in Mohs (BCC, SCC) - /

    • 10:25 / 10:30  Discussions with participants - /

  • 10:30 / 11:00 Case presentations: first two patients for operations, consultation and debate
  • 11:00 / 11:30 Break and refreshments
  • 11:30 / 13:30 Mohs operations: preparation of patient, drawing, forms, anesthesia, excision, hemostasis, HP lab, closure of defect (Participants will form small groups, performing different tasks each. The groups will rotate to participate in all surgical stages)
  • 13:30 / 14:00 Lunch
  • 14:00 / 16:30 Mohs operations: preparation of patient, drawing, forms, anesthesia, excision, hemostasis, HP lab, closure of defect (Speakers will demonstrate different excisions, sutures and flap reconstructions and then participants will perform similar procedures)
  • 16:30 / 17:00 Break and refreshments
  • 17:00 / 19:30 Discussions about different flaps. My solution? : Exercises on photos, moderated by speakers. Practical reconstruction exercises on latex moulds
  • 20:00 / 22:00 Dinner with participants

Saturday 3 February 2018

  • 09:00 / 10:30 Breakfast session
    • 09:00 / 09:15  Discussions about different cases - T. Tebeica

    • 09:15 / 09:30  When and why Mohs - T. Tebeica

    • 09:30 / 09:45  Mohs surgery on BCC protocols - /

    • 09:45 / 10:00  Mohs surgery on SCC protocols - /

    • 10:00 / 10:15  Mohs surgery on rare tumors - /

    • 10:15 / 10:30  Slow Mohs in LMM, DFSP, extramammary Paget disease - /

  • 10:30 / 11:00 Case presentations: first two patients for operations, consultation and debate
  • 11:00 / 11:30 Break and refreshments
  • 11:30 / 13:30 Mohs operations: preparation of patient, drawing, forms, anesthesia, excision, hemostasis, HP lab, closure of defect (Participants will form small groups, performing different tasks each. The groups will rotate to participate in all surgical stages)
  • 13:30 / 14:00 Lunch
  • 14:00 / 16:30 Mohs operations: preparation of patient, drawing, forms, anesthesia, excision, hemostasis, HP lab, closure of defect (Speakers will demonstrate different excisions, sutures and flap reconstructions and then participants will perform similar procedures)
  • 16:30 / 17:00 Break and refreshments
  • 17:00 / 19:30 Discussions about the operations performed during the day: difficult case peculiarities, which solution was chosen and why, what other solutions could be used
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