Congresso Nazionale

XIII Congresso Nazionale SICSeG Riccione 2016

collage 2015 03 18 Il XIII Congresso Nazionale SICSeG si svolgerà dal 26 al 28 Maggio 2016 al PalaCongressi di Riccione

Presidenti:

Fabrizo Campi - Federico Grassi

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Corso Nazionale

VII corso nazionale SICSeG

corso 2015Consensi e Conferme in Chirurgia della Spalla e Gomito

in ambito 100° Congresso Nazionale SIOT

Roma Ergife Palace Hotel - Sala Orange - 2 piano interrato

Sabato 7 Novembre 2015

 

Responsabili Scientifici:

Francesco Allegra - Roberto Padua

Alessandra Colozza - Alessandro Marinelli

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Rizzoli Advanced Elbow Course 2nd Edition 2nd Meeting

bologna

Bologna, 15th September 2015

Rizzoli Institute

Research Center Codevilla-Putti

via di Barbiano1/10, Bologna

President: Dott Roberto Rotini - Prof Shawn W. O'Driscoll

 

The Rizzoli Advanced Elbow Course, started in 2007, has come to the 2nd Meeting of the 2nd Edition. The new Course will be held in September 15th at the Istituto Ortopedico Rizzoli in Bologna and it will address the topic of complex elbow fractures.
Once again Professor O'Driscoll from the Mayo Clinic (USA) will honor the Course with his participation as Co-Director.
The faculty of the Course will be completed by nationally and internationally known leading experts.
The aim of the Course is to illustrate the current concepts of the modern treatment of traumatic elbow lesions and to discuss the controversies stili present: which is the better approach for distal humerus fractures, is still the radial head resection a possibility and when should it be repaired or replaced, when does the coronoid need to be fixed? Which the role of elbow arthroscopy and replacement in elbow fractures?
Through room presentations, round tables, live and recorded- surgeries, the Course will stimulate
an interactive discussion between faculty and participants, to compare our personal experiences, believes and intuitions.
At the end of the day, the Course is structured to allow ali of us to be more confident in treating complex elbow fractures and to improve function and quality of life far patients that injured their elbow.

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