The Royal College of Surgeons of England does not accept responsibility for the action of this surgical society.
In Partnership With:
Audrey Emerton building
A unique opportunity for clinical year medical students to revisit and re-learn key anatomical features that are relevant to surgical pathology and management via cadaveric study facilitated by demonstrators.
Station 1: anterior abdominal wall anatomy (including incisions)
Station 2: hernias (including anatomy of inguinal canal)
Station 3: ENT (including epistaxis management and neck lumps)
Station 4: vascular (including AAA and pulses)
Station 5: trauma (including anatomy of airway management, pneumothorax and chest drain insertion)
£5-10 (depending on numbers)
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