Hugh Greenway's 29th Annual Superficial Anatomy and Cutaneous Surgery
San Diego Marriott Del Mar
11966 El Camino Real San Diego, CA 92130 Phone: (858) 523-1700
San Diego, California , United States
Twenty-nine years ago, Superficial Anatomy and Cutaneous Surgery was conceived as a course which would be beneficial to dermatologists, dermatologic surgeons and other physicians. The course has developed over the years as we continue to remain on the leading edge of cutaneous surgery.

We have received many awards and compliments, which are a reflection of the efforts of our superb faculty and staff – many of whom have been coming year after year. They have been true leaders in dermatologic surgery.

The program is designed to provide the basic information and principles of superficial head and neck anatomy and surgery for those interested in dermatological surgery. Each participant will utilize fresh cadaver material for superficial head and neck dissection. Lectures will be used for initial instruction and review and will be followed by ample time in the laboratory.

The other major portion of the course relates to local skin flaps and grafts as they pertain to the cutaneous surgeon. In addition to didactic and cadaver laboratory training, several small group workshop sessions are scheduled to give participants an opportunity to problem solve with the outstanding faculty we have assembled. Plus, the instructor to student ratio is quite small to enable close supervision.
    Optional evening workshop sessions at the hotel with selected faculty
    Increased hands-on cadaver laboratory time
    Laboratory manuals with diagrams & daily goals for each lab
    Botulinum toxin current status 2012
    Updated resurfacing techniques

Registration will be limited to ensure an optimal learning experience. Due to the ever-increasing demand for fresh cadaver material, this course may not be allocated the requested number of specimens, in which case the number of participants would decrease.

We look forward to seeing you in July!

Schedule of Presentations:

Monday, July 9, 2012
07:30:00 Registration and Continental Breakfast (Marriott)
08:30:00 Welcome and Introduction
08:35:00 Superficial Head Anatomy
09:30:00 Facial Lines: How to Use These Lines to Design Surgical Reconstruction Jenny Kim
09:50:00 Instrumentation for Cutaneous Surgery Gary Lask
10:20:00 Coffee Break
10:35:00 Wound Management and Basic Suturing Techniques
10:55:00 Antibiotics and Anticoagulants Tissa Hata
11:20:00 Superficial Neck Anatomy
12:00:00 Lunch
13:15:00 Hemostasis in Dermatologic Surgery
14:05:00 Cutaneous Melanoma: Anatomical and Surgical Considerations Daniel Zelac
14:25:00 Digital Imaging 2012
14:45:00 Break
15:00:00 Endovenous Laser Treatment of Venous Insufficiency Leland B. Housman
15:20:00 Local Anesthesia for Cutaneous Surgery
15:40:00 Practical Aspects of Dermatopathology
16:00:00 Principles of Mohs
16:25:00 Outpatient Emergency Preparedness in Cutaneous Surgery Frederick C. Beddingfield
17:00:00 Adjourn
19:00:00 Concurrent Evening Sessions
19:05:00 Facial Laser Surgery for Pigmented Lesions, Vascular Lesions and Hair E. Victor Ross
19:05:00 Surgical Drawing Deborah Watson
19:05:00 Board Review Session: Kodachromes
Tuesday, July 10, 2012
07:00:00 Registration and Continental Breakfast (Marriott)
07:30:00 Anatomy – Fascial Layers and Fat Deposits
07:50:00 Local Skin Flaps Terence M. Davidson
08:50:00 Fundamentals of Skin Grafting
09:35:00 Z-Plasty in Cutaneous Surgery
09:55:00 Break
10:10:00 Transportation to UC San Diego Lab
10:30:00 Laboratory Session | Lab Goals: Cranial Nerve Anatomy, Skin Grafts, Fusiform Excisions, Rotational Flaps, Z-Plasty Flaps
12:30:00 Lunch
13:00:00 Transportation to Marriott
13:30:00 The Nose: Basic Surgical and Reconstructive Principles
14:00:00 Perioral Reconstruction J. Ramsey Mellette
14:40:00 Break
15:10:00 Scars and Keloids E. Victor Ross
15:30:00 Lip Reconstruction
16:00:00 Workshop Problem Solving Session (Small Groups)
17:30:00 Adjourn
18:00:00 Video Learning: Myocutaneous Flap
19:00:00 Concurrent Evening Sessions
19:05:00 Our Favorite Surgical Repairs
19:05:00 Advances in the Treatment of Varicose and Telangiectatic Leg Veins
20:00:00 Board Review Session: Didactic
Wednesday, July 11, 2012
07:00:00 Continental Breakfast (Marriott)
07:30:00 Flap Selection for Nasal Defects
08:00:00 Interpolation Flaps J. Ramsey Mellette
08:40:00 Break
09:00:00 Transportation to UC San Diego Lab
09:15:00 Laboratory Session | Lab Goals: Transpositional Flaps, Bilobed Flaps, Myocutaneous Flap, V-Y Advancement Flap, Paramedian Forehead Flap
12:00:00 Lunch
12:30:00 Transportation to Marriott
13:00:00 Ear Reconstruction
13:30:00 Myocutaneous Flaps for Facial Reconstruction
13:55:00 Botulinum Toxin–The Latest Techniques Patrick K. Lee
14:55:00 Break
15:10:00 Workshop Problem Solving Sessions (Small Groups)
17:00:00 Adjourn
18:00:00 Dinner at Stephen Birch Aquarium (Buses begin departing from hotel at 5:30 pm)
Thursday, July 12, 2012
07:00:00 Continental Breakfast (Marriott)
07:00:00 Evening Session | Complications of Facial Reconstruction and Nasal Reconstruction for Medium Sized Defects
07:30:00 Eyelid Anatomy and Surgical Principles
07:50:00 Periorbital Surgery – Minor Excisions, Reconstruction and Blepharoplasty
08:00:00 Board Review Session: Dermpath
08:50:00 High Risk Tumors: Clinical & Histological Considerations
09:15:00 Break
09:25:00 Transportation to UC San Diego Lab
09:40:00 Laboratory Session | Lab Goals: Reconstruction of Defects of the Lip, Ear, Eyelid Margin
12:00:00 Lunch
12:30:00 Laboratory Session continued | Lab Goals: Composite Ear Grafts, Ear Cartilage Harvest
14:00:00 Transportation to Marriott
14:30:00 Sentinal Nodes for Melanoma Merrick I Ross
15:00:00 Adding Chemical Peels to Your Practice Andrew S. Kaufman
15:50:00 Break
16:05:00 Office Pearls
16:35:00 New Techniques for Fat Transfer: Concepts and Techniques
17:00:00 Adjourn
Friday, July 13, 2012
07:00:00 Continental Breakfast (Marriott)
08:00:00 Ankle Block: Ankle and Foot Surgery Techniques/Dressings
08:30:00 Nail Anatomy and Surgery
09:10:00 Superficial Anatomy and Cutaneous Surgery of the Hand
09:40:00 Mock Trial – Medical Legal Implications in Derm Surgery
11:25:00 Transportation to UC San Diego Lab
11:40:00 Lunch
12:00:00 Laboratory Session | Lab Goals: Nasal Cartilaginous and Bony Anatomy, Facial Nerve Dissection, Upper and Lower Blepharoplasty (optional), Complete and Previous Exercises
14:00:00 Transportation to Marriott
14:20:00 Telangiectasia Redefined David Duffy
14:55:00 Temporary, Semi-Permanent and Permanent Fillers: Choices and Challenges David Duffy
15:45:00 Break
16:00:00 29 Things I’ve Learned in 29 Years from the Course
16:25:00 Saving Face: Spiritual Implications for Doctor and Patient
16:45:00 The Dentist’s Tape
17:00:00 Final Adjournment
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