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10th New York City Minimally Invasive Spine and Navigation Course: Case-Based and Hands-On

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Minimally Invasive Spine and Navigation Course - Roger Hartl

A look inside the annual Minimally Invasive Spine and Navigation Course

The purpose of this three-day course is to provide a comprehensive overview on new and less invasive techniques with and without stereotactic navigation for the operative treatment of spinal disorders. Proponents and critics of MIS surgery will discuss the pros and cons of MIS approaches, establishing the skills essential in selecting appropriate patients for MIS surgery. Practical sessions will allow the participant to apply the latest spinal techniques, including spinal navigation in cadavers. Combining didactic sessions with hands-on cadaveric dissections, course participants should be well-equipped to start utilizing these approaches in their own practices. Participants will have an opportunity to discuss difficult cases with the faculty during Q&A sessions and case presentations.

For more information, contact: neurosurgery-cme@med.cornell.edu