surgical anatomy

sur·gi·cal a·nat·o·my

applied anatomy in reference to surgical diagnosis, dissection, or treatment.

surgical anatomy

(in applied anatomy) the study of the structure and morphological characteristics of the tissues and organs of the body as they relate to surgery.

surgical anatomy

The study of anatomic structures and their relationships as required to obtain optimal access to a particular surgical field. See Anatomy.

sur·gi·cal a·nat·o·my

(sŭr'ji-kăl ă-nat'ŏ-mē)
Applied anatomy in reference to surgical diagnosis and treatment.
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Surgical anatomy, brain path and sinonasal also came under discussion during the Skype sessions that were held to demonstrate endoscopy tumour biopsy and a live surgery was also undertaken.
Then they describe basic endoscopic sinonasal surgical anatomy and techniques; and advanced endoscopic sinonasal, orbital, and skull base surgical anatomy and techniques.
Tenders are invited for surgical anatomy lab relocation.
First, the monitor can be viewed by both the surgeon and his assistants, making surgical anatomy and procedures more easily understood by trainee surgeons.
However, in cases with difficult surgical anatomy, instead of converting it to open procedure, an option is to go for subtotal laparoscopic cholecystectomy (SLC), which is a safe alternative with minimal morbidities.
Surgical anatomy of the atrioventricular conduction bundle in anomalous muscle bundle of the right ventricle with subarterial ventricular septal defect.
Sharp teeth can cause cancer of the tongue, says Vishy Mahadevan, a professor of surgical anatomy at the Royal College of Surgeons.
It assumes readers have basic surgical skills related to sterile technique, tissue handling, surgical anatomy, knot tying, suture patterns, and surgical judgment, and presents information on preoperative procedures, preparing the surgical site, postoperative care, surgical restraints, and surgery of various body parts and conditions, with details on indications, materials, surgical technique, suturing, and other aspects, and some illustrations.
Professor Dua said: "Many surgeons who perform lamellar corneal transplants recognise this layer as an important part of the surgical anatomy of the cornea.
Sessions at this workshop include topics such as: mechanism of injury, patho-physiology of diabetic foot wound, peri-operative glycemic management, role of surgical anatomy in managing diabetic-foot ulcer, assessment of diabetic foot and offloading, surgical treatment of diabetic foot wound and diabetic foot infection, non-surgical treatment of diabetic foot wound including hyperbaric, maggots, VAC Dressing etc, vascular management, plastic and reconstructive management of diabetic foot, Charcot's foot pathogenesis and management, nutrition management of diabetic foot patients, among others.
It is clear that the surgical anatomy, vascular dissection and isolation, with respect to surrounding organs and surgical steps, provide experience supporting organ procurement experience in urology training programs.