Microsurgical training model for residents to approach to the orbit and the optic nerve in fresh cadaveric sheep cranium

@article{Altunrende2014MicrosurgicalTM,
  title={Microsurgical training model for residents to approach to the orbit and the optic nerve in fresh cadaveric sheep cranium},
  author={M. E. Altunrende and M. K. Hamamcıoğlu and T. Hıcdonmez and M. Akçakaya and Barış Birgili and S. Çobanoğlu},
  journal={Journal of Neurosciences in Rural Practice},
  year={2014},
  volume={5},
  pages={151 - 154}
}
Background: Neurosurgery and ophthalmology residents need many years to improve microsurgical skills. Laboratory training models are very important for developing surgical skills before clinical application of microsurgery. A simple simulation model is needed for residents to learn how to handle microsurgical instruments and to perform safe dissection of intracranial or intraorbital nerves, vessels, and other structures. Materials and Methods: The simulation material consists of a one-year-old… Expand
Microsurgical training model for residents to approach the orbit and the optic nerve in fresh cadaveric sheep cranium
  • T. Mücke
  • Medicine
  • Journal of neurosciences in rural practice
  • 2014
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