Programme Summer 2017

Date Guest
Discipline Topic
Thursday
2017 1st June
at 6pm (CEST)
Senior Consultant
Department of Gynecology Tubingen

Breast Cancer - Oncoplastic Surgery and Prophylactic Mastectomy

Breast cancer is one of the most common forms of cancer in women. It affects about one in eight women, which shows how relevant the topic is. Since Angelina Jolie’s article in the New York Times, the topic has also received a lot of media attention and, consequently, raised women’s awareness. In her article A. Jolie reports about the procedure she underwent, a prophylactic mastectomy. In this episode, we will compare the prophylactic mastectomy to the breast-conserving surgery.

Thursday
2017 22nd June
at 6pm (CEST)
Consultant
 
Medical Director
University Department of General, Visceral and Transplant Surgery, Tubingen

Thyroid Surgery

Nuclear medicine specialists, endocrinologists, general practitioners and surgeons: When it comes to the thyroid gland interdisciplinary cooperation is essential. Especially the neck’s complex anatomy makes it a sensitive area, not least because important nerve fibres, e.g. the recurrent laryngeal nerve, are in close proximity to the thyroid. Surgery in that region demands highly precise depiction and functional testing and promises to be a fascinating episode!

Thursday
2017 13th July
at 6pm (CEST)
Medical Director
University Department of Neurosurgery, Tubingen
Vestibular Schwannoma - Neurosurgical Tumor Resection
The Vestibular Schwannoma is a benign tumour of the vestibulocochlear nerve’s Schwann cells. Symptoms like sudden deafness, tinnitus, and lightheadedness often occur when the tumour has already grown into the cranial fossa. Because of its close proximity to the brain and the cranial nerves, surgeons need to use especially precise surgical techniques.
Tuesday
2017 27th July
at 6pm (CEST)
 
Managing Director
 
 
Organisation of the Body Donations
 
Deputy Head: Division of Anatomy
 
Director
 
Institute of Anatomy and Cell Biology, Giessen
 
 
Institute of Anatomy, Leipzig
 
 
Center for Anatomy and Cell Biology, Vienna
 
 
Institute of Anatomy, Neuruppin

Anatomic Prosection

Episode no. 99 is this series‘ final and goes back to the roots at the same time. This episode will be all about anatomy!

We have invited anatomists from Germany and Austria to introduce us to their preparation techniques and share some of their vast knowledge with us. How do anatomy lessons vary between universities? How does the body donor programme work? Why does somebody decide to become an anatomist? Distinguished experts will provide you with information and incidentally refresh your knowledge of the human body!

Programs of preceding seasons:

Winter Term 2016/17

Summer Term 2016

Summer Term 2015

These programs are only available in German at the moment. The following season's program will also be made available in English.

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