Tag Archives: anatomy

PREPRINT RELEASE: Carotid Endarterectomy (Cadaver)


Carotid Endarterectomy (Cadaver)
Harvard Medical School

Samuel Schwartz, MD
Assistant Professor of Surgery
Massachusetts General Hospital

Laura Boitano, MD
Resident Physician
Massachusetts General Hospital

In this case, Dr. Schwartz and Dr. Boitano demonstrate a carotid endarterectomy on a cadaver at Harvard Medical School.

PREPRINT RELEASE: Left First Toe Amputation (Ray)


Left First Toe Amputation (Ray)
Harvard Medical School

Samuel Schwartz, MD
Assistant Professor of Surgery
Massachusetts General Hospital

Laura Boitano, MD
Resident Physician
Massachusetts General Hospital

In this case, Dr. Schwartz and Dr. Boitano perform a cadaveric demonstration of a first left toe ray amputation at Harvard Medical School.

PREPRINT RELEASE: Coronal Approach (Cadaver)


Coronal Approach (Cadaver)
Harvard Medical School

R. John Tannyhill, III, MD, DDS, FACS
Instructor in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
Massachusetts General Hospital

Mark Rowan, MD, DDS
Resident Physician
Massachusetts General Hospital

This case presents a cadaveric demonstration of the coronal approach to exposing the upper or middle facial skeleton. This approach is commonly used when treating facial trauma such as frontal sinus fractures, orbital fractures, and zygoma fractures, as well as when taking a superficial temporal artery biopsy.

PREPRINT RELEASE: Submandibular Approach to the Mandible (Cadaver)


Submandibular Approach to the Mandible (Cadaver)
Harvard Medical School

R. John Tannyhill, III, MD, DDS, FACS
Instructor in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
Massachusetts General Hospital
Harvard Medical School

Mark Rowan, MD, DDS
Resident Physician
Massachusetts General Hospital
Harvard Medical School

This case presents a cadaveric demonstration of the submandibular approach to the mandible, which can be used in cases involving osteomyelitis, the management of fractures, or pathology of the mandible or submandibular gland.

PREPRINT RELEASE: Partial Laryngectomy Techniques (Cadaver)


Partial Laryngectomy Techniques (Cadaver)

Ramon M. Esclamado, MD, MS
Professor Emeritus of Surgery
Duke University Medical Center

C. Scott Brown, MD
Resident Physician
Duke University Medical Center

Dr. Ramon Esclamado discusses and demonstrates the techniques for partial laryngectomy during a cadaver dissection course at Duke University. The indications and contraindications are also reviewed.

PREPRINT RELEASE: Botox Injection

Botox Injection
Duke University Medical Center
Charles R. Woodard MD
C. Scott Brown MD
Helen A. Moses MD

Department of Surgery
Division of Head and Neck Surgery & Communication Sciences

Facial plastics surgeon Charles Woodard, MD instructs his residents on the principles of facial analysis. He then demonstrates the proper technique for administration of Botox during an injection workshop. While typically associated with facial wrinkles, Botox may also be used to help treat blepharospasm as well as migraine headaches.

 

PREPRINT RELEASE: DCR and Nasolacrimal System (Cadaver)

DCR and Nasolacrimal System (Cadaver)
Duke University Medical Center
Matthew D Ellison MD
Department of Surgery
Division of Head and Neck Surgery & Communication Sciences

Dr. Ellison leads the residents at Duke University in performing a dacryocystorhinostomy
while identifying the relevant nasolacrimal anatomy. Use of picture-in-picture offers our viewers insight into how the lower canaliculus probe is managed with endoscopic assistance.

PREPRINT RELEASE: Parotid Dissection (Cadaver)

Parotid Dissection (Cadaver)
Duke University Medical Center
Ramon M Esclamado MD, MS
Professor, Department of Surgery
Chief, Division of Head and Neck Surgery & Communication Sciences

Dr. Esclamado instructs a cadaver lab at Duke University Hospital to assist resident training on a standard parotid dissection. The approach should be adjusted depending on tumor malignancy, as Dr. Esclamado explains.

PREPRINT RELEASE: Frontal Sinus Dissection (Cadaver)

Frontal Sinus Dissection (Cadaver)
Duke University Medical Center
Ralph Abi-Hachem MD, MS
Assistant Professor of Surgery
Division of Head and Neck Surgery & Communication Sciences

Dr. Abi Hachem engages the ENT residents at Duke University Hospital, instructing them on how to dissect the nasal cavity to expose the frontal sinus, and identifying relevant anatomy along the way.

PREPRINT RELEASE: Ethmoid Artery Anatomy

Ethmoid Artery Anatomy
Duke University Medical Center
Dr. Jeevan Ramakrishnan
Department of Surgery
Division of Head and Neck Surgery & Communication Sciences

Dr. Ramakrishnan explores a cadaveric ethmoid sinus to identify clinically relevant arterial anatomy for the ENT residents at Duke University Hospital.