Open Operating Theatre (OOT)
The OOT – Open Operating Theatre - is an extensive surgical internet Video library. OOT presents streamed Video content focused on Spine Surgeries, Master Lectures, Symposium Presentations as well as Educational Support.
The OOT was introduced in 2005 and is owned by MEM MEDIA Foundation, based in Rubigen, Switzerland.
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Surgical video focus series: Surgery in lumbar degenerative disorders
This focus series concentrates on lumbar degenerative disorders which demand surgical treatment. With the ageing society, this is the most frequently performed spine surgery in daily practise with a big array of different techniques, tailored to the specific pathology: ALIF, OLIF, XLIF, TLIF as well as microsurgical decompressive techniques alone. All videos from the Surgical video focus series: Surgery in lumbar degenerative disorders
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Masterclass 6 includes:
5.3 "Klippel-Feil of the cervico-thoracic junction
5.5 "Malformation and deformity of the lumbosacral spine"
5.6 "Sacrum tumor resection"
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5.3 Klippel-Feil of the cervico-thoracic junction
Masterclass 5 includes:
5.1 "MC5.1 Cranio-Cervical Junction"
5.2 "MC5.2 Ankylosing Spondylitis of the cervical junction"
5.4 "MC5.4 Scheuermann's Kyphosis correction with CT guided navigation"
Masterclass 4 presents highlights of classical surgical procedures, which have lost no importance over the years for basic and continuous training for every spine surgeon.
The surgeries are performed by international known spine surgeons presenting highlights of classical surgical interventions...