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Mon, Jan 30



Master in Science of Anatomical Landmarks

Know the anatomy, use the anatomy and don’t lose the anatomy is the golden rule in any surgical journey, specifically in laparoscopic surgery as the vision is augmented and anatomical landmarks are better seen. Thus the science of the landmarks is the compass for the anatomical navigations.

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Time & Location

Jan 30, 2023, 7:00 PM – Jan 31, 2023, 7:00 PM


About the event

This second edition represents the competence of the experts in the field of Anatomy, under the supervision of Pr. Arnaud Wattiez.

With its 4 seasons, you will be provided with comprehensive anatomical landmarks allowing you to prepare your navigation map within the female pelvis, overcome your fear of iatrogenic injuries, and predict the underlying structures in the area.

Using our interactive teaching, we integrate theoretical aspects and illustrative annotated videos in pre-recorded lectures which you can watch on the MIS Academy website (Access will be given to the registered candidates only), followed by a live Q&A session with our experts and live surgeries.

Besides the theoretical aspect, this course also provides face-to-face learning and clinical attachments in one of the most reputable international accredited centers:

  • The Latifa Hospital, Dubai
  • Lyon & Clermont, France
  • Avelino, Italy
  • Brazil
  • Chile
  • Valencia & Barcelona, Spain
  • Portugal

Where you will learn about patient anamnesis, imaging interpretation, preoperative counseling, surgery, and postoperative care.

Moreover, the course is accredited by ESGE, recognized by the GESEA program, and includes a certificate of completion with CME points (up to 30 CME credits).

As a surgeon, anatomy should remain the mainstay and core practice. At MIS Academy, we are always committed to providing you with the highest quality teaching methods so you can better retain your anatomy knowledge.

Join us and you will never regret it!

For more info. Visit us at or email us at or message us via WhatsApp at +971 50 224 3420.

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