2990,00 € VAT excl.
This masterclass will soon be available !
The first module of our Surgical Oncology Modular Course focuses on the management of cutaneous and subcutaneous tumors. Many of these tumors can be cured by surgery, provided their biology is understood well, and surgery is well planned and executed. Success often solely depends on choosing the appropriate dose of surgery and being able to reconstruct the resulting defects.
I am delighted to have Julius Liptak, who needs no introduction, join me to give this masterclass. Julius undeniably is one of the most eminent and experienced veterinary surgical oncologists on the planet and I know we will all learn enormously from him.
This masterclass is designed for diplomates, specialists, experienced surgeons and residents having already a sound knowledge in basic oncology and reconstruction techniques.
This module will aim at elevating the surgical oncology skills of advanced surgeons. Its contents will be tailored to participants, from reviewing fundamentals, where needed, to the most advanced considerations and techniques. Our aim is to equip each participant with up-to-date knowledge and practical skills that can be immediately applied to enhance practice and improve outcomes.
After this master class, participants should 1) master the updated principles of surgical oncology 2) be able to design a proper treatment plan for cutaneous and subcutaneous tumors, 3) be able to perform advanced resections and reconstructions for these tumors.
Exact location : TBA
Masterclass fees: 2990 € excl. VAT.
Thes fees include the onsite lectures, wet-labs, coffee-breaks, lunches, welcome drink and social dinner. Hotel costs are not included.
For this Masterclass, we are happily supported by Braun Aesculap
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