PRELIMINARY PROGRAM | 28TH STUTTGART Advanced Course for Rhinoplasty WITH LIVE SURGERY DEMONSTRATION

TUESDAY | April 21, 2020 & WEDNESDAY | April 22, 2020 & THURSDAY | April 23, 2020

Tuesday | April 21, 2020


7.30 am
Registration at Anatomisches Institut on the Schnarrenberg
Elfriede-Aulhorn-Strasse 8, 72076 Tübingen

Circa 8.00 am – 1.00 pm (the exact times will be announced later)
Anatomical Dissection Course
Separate registration necessary!
(only bookable in combination with the 28th Stuttgart Advanced Course for Rhinoplasty)
2 participants per 1 cadaver

Course venue:
Anatomisches Institut on the Schnarrenberg
Elfriede-Aulhorn-Strasse 8, 72076 Tübingen

2.45 pm
Registration at Marienhospital – Bildungszentrum Vinzenz von Paul
Eierstrasse 55, 70199 Stuttgart, Germany

3.30 pm – 6.30 pm
Scientific program
The septum and the central framework

  • Basic and advanced techniques in septoplasty
  • Pearls of extracorporeal septal reconstruction
  • Fixation points of the framework
  • Discussion

Dorsum correction and osteotomies

  • Anatomy of the dorsum and the osteocartilagenious vault
  • Conventional concepts of dorsal reduction
  • Powered instruments in bony correction (drills, piezo instruments)
  • Dorsal preservation: advantages and limits
  • Panel Dorsal correction: When to use dorsal preservation and when classical techniques

6.30 pm
Get to together in the exhibition area

 

Wednesday | April 22, 2020


8.00 am – 8.20 am
Recent advances in Rhinoplasty

8.20 am – 3.30 pm
Live surgery from two ORs on 5 primary and secondary cases

4.00 pm – 6.00 pm
Scientific program
Nasal tip surgery

  • Anatomy of the nasal tip
  • Suture techniques for tip correction
  • Grafts in tip correction
  • The role of overlapping techniques in nasal tip surgery
  • How to create light and shadow effects in tip surgery

Panel on ligament preservation vs. structural tip surgery

7.00 pm
Gala Dinner at Landhaus Feckl

Thursday | April 23, 2020


8.00 am – 8.20 am
Recent advances in Rhinoplasty

8.20 am – 3.30 pm
Live surgery from two ORs on 5 primary and secondary cases

4.00 pm – 6.00 pm
Scientific program
Secondary rhinoplasty

  • The role of ear cartilage grafts in rhinoplasty
  • Techniques of rib cartilage harvesting
  • Strategies for working with rib cartilage grafts (lamination, solid grafts, controlling warping)
  • Pearls of secondary rhinoplasty
  • From secondary rhinoplasty to real nasal reconstruction

5.30 pm – 5.50 pm
Last years cases

5.50 pm – 6.00 pm
Tombola and farewell