Get to know the course
Systematizing is organizing processes. When we systematize a surgical procedure, we attribute it a logical sequence that will make it easier and enable its repetition with higher efficiency.
Repetition allows improvement, technical evolution and a better progressive result in the steps, decreasing the operative time, making learning easier, increasing efficiency and reducing the chance of inadvertent damage (damage control).
Combining these basic principles, the study of anatomy and the laparoscopic technique applied to CadaverLab, the Crispi Institute further innovates in the third edition of the Surgical Systematization and Anatomy of the Pelvis course, which this year takes place for the first time in Brazil.
Who the course is for
The course is aimed at surgeons of the most diverse specialties: gynecologists, coloproctologists, general surgeons, oncologists and urologists. Professionals who would like to expand their
anatomical knowledge and improve their surgical skills, making use of one of the safest and most effective training methods.
The course takes place at the Crispi Institute’s Minimally Invasive Surgery School, in partnership with the College of Medical and Health Sciences (Suprema), in the city of Juiz de Fora.
A welcoming environment, where lavish nature and the high technology merge to offer the student one of the most inspiring learning scenarios.
The fresh corpse is one of the safest and most complete tools for training surgeons. Its preserved structures, in excellent condition, allow an in-depth study of human anatomy, as well as realistic
simulation of surgical procedures that range from low to high complexity.
Improvement in the learning curve
CadaverLab provides more speed and assertiveness on the learning curve, especially from a
practical approach. The method, which among its advantages allows the student to train damage control, can be enjoyed by those who have little or no previous experience in surgery.
The Crispi Institute’s pioneering approach to minimally invasive surgeries was essential for the creation of this course, which aims to offer laparoscopic training in CadaverLab. Under the supervision of experts, this format allows the handling of real anatomical structures, without bringing risks to patients.
Main objectives of the course:
- Sophisticated study of human anatomy, regarding theoretical and practical aspects;
- Identification of delicate anatomical structures and the prevention of irreversible damage;
- Safe training of laparoscopic technique;
- Knowledge of the surgical systematization technique associated with anatomy.
In order to meet current needs, the course brings the expertise of leading names to teach the
theoretical and practical classes.
The classes are held from Thursday to Saturday, from 8am to 6pm.
Meet the course coordinators:
Creation of bilateral paravesical spaces – Identification and resection of the obliterated umbilical
artery – Identification of the vesico-uterine and vesico-vaginal ligament – Identification of the distal-third of the ureter – Identification of the Yabuki space – Creation of the Retzius retropubic space – Identification of the Cooper ligament – Identification of the proximal urethra – Identification of the upper portion of the elevator musculature
Mobilization of the sigmoid to the splenic angle with identification of the nerves of the lateral wall of the abdomen – Identify the promontory – Identify the ureter, the mesoureter and separate it from the mesosigmoid – Identify the common iliac vein – Start creating the paraletal space, identify the fascia pre-sacral, mesorectal, lower hypogastric nerve and promote the removal of the fasciae –
Identification of the middle rectal artery – Identification of the anus elevator muscles – Creation of the retro-rectal space –Incision and abasement of the pre-sacral fascia at the height of the
promontory – Identification of sacral roots and pudendal nerve.
Dissection of the ovarian fossa with lymphadenectomy, identification of the obturator nerve,
identification of the internal and external iliac vessels and their ramifications, followed by the
second stage of ureterolysis to the uterine artery tunnel – Identification of the splanchnic nerves –
Identification of the upper gluteal vessels – Identification of the sacral root S1 – Identification of the superior gluteal nerve – Identification of the sacral roots S2, S3 and S4 – Identification of the sciatic nerve – Identification of the great sciatic foramen – Identification of the sacrospinous ligament – Identification of the nerves and pudendal vessels – Identification of the Alcock canal – Identification of the coccygeal muscle – Identification of the lateral portion of the elevating anus muscles –
Identification of the obturator muscle and obturator foramen – Identification of the corona mortis.
- Registration fee + R$16.000,00
Student can split the total investment up to the starting date of course, due on the 10th of each month.
In case of withdrawal, the pre-registration fee will not be refunded, as well as 30% of the total cost of the course, being retained for the internal administrative routines necessary for the course.
Instituto Crispi HLA holds the right to open classes only with a minimum quorum of duly enrolled students, up to 30 days before the starting date. In case of insufficient quorum, students will be contacted by our team to decide whether they prefer to wait for a new class, be transferred to
another course or receive a refund of the amounts paid.