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Individual theoretical and practical course on bisectomy from Alexander Kobyakov 

The main problem faced by beginners, and sometimes experienced surgeons - dentists, maxillofacial surgeons, plastic surgeons who perform bisectomy - is an incomplete understanding of the exact location of the buccal process of the fatty body of Bischa, which is sometimes variable and difficult to place relatively bony - muscular system of the facial head.  

The term "cheek" is fundamentally incorrect and inaccurate, if we consider the bisectomy from the standpoint of topographic anatomy of the buccal, ear - masticatory, as well as other deep spaces of the face, which actually houses the fatty body of Bisha.

Where to access? Section design? Layered structure of the mentioned spaces? The connection of Bisha's body with other important organs of the face? The volume of the part of Bish's body that is removed in order to obtain the desired result? and many other issues will be addressed in the individual course. 

Course program:

Theoretical part:

  1. Anatomical - functional features of the buccal, zygomatic and parotid - masticatory area. Critical anatomical landmarks and structures for performing the operation of removing fatty bodies of the cheek (Bisha's body).

  2. Evidence base of safety and expediency of the procedure of removal of Bisha's bodies (facts and conjectures) ._ cc781905-5cde-3194-bb3b-136bad5cf58d_

  3. Preparing the patient for the procedure of removing Bish's bodies under local anesthesia: a method of three-point blockade of the operation site in order to minimize the amount of anesthetic solution required for the operation. 

  4. The main stages of the operation and types of access to the buccal portion of the fatty body of Bisha: dangerous areas and how to get around them.

Practical part:

Demonstration of the operation bischectomy with detailed comments on each surgical manipulation and analysis of surgical anatomy intraoperatively. 

In the individual course you will learn: how to remove the necessary part of Bisha's body with a minimal incision, as well as master a clear surgical and anatomical understanding of this procedure, which will avoid serious complications such as damage to the buccal trigeminal and facial nerves, damage to large vessels of the buccal and subtemporal areas (facial artery and veins, pterygoid venous plexus) ._ cc781905-5cde-3194-bb3b-136bad5cf58d_

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