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June 24-25, 2022 at 10:00 AM EST 
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New york, USA

Ophthalmology is an exciting surgical specialty that encompasses many different subspecialties, including strabismus ophthalmology, glaucoma, neuro-ophthalmology, retina, anterior segment/cornea, oculoplastics and ocular oncology. A final subspecialty field of ophthalmology is ophthalmic plastic and reconstructive surgery. This fellowship encompasses aesthetic, plastic and reconstructive surgery of the face, orbit, eyelids, and lacrimal system. This includes learning techniques to remove tumours in the orbit, and on the surface of the eye, such as conjunctival melanoma, as well as repairing bony fractures of the periorbital area and face. It also requires proficiency of challenging microsurgical techniques.

Bariatric Surgeon works with a variety of procedures executed on people who have obesity. The primary focus has been to advance the broad implementation of enhanced recovery (ER) pathways in bariatric surgery. By enhanced recovery, it means standardizing procedures and practices and improving the way we manage pain with a focus on opioid-sparing strategies. Enhanced recovery efforts have been emphasized for some time in other specialties, like colorectal surgery and orthopaedics, but such efforts have not been a focus in the majority of bariatric surgery centers.

The Trauma Care among alternate branches of Surgery tends to the wide region of trauma patients hospitalized and facilitates the care of surgical subspecialists alongside giving essential damage administration. This administration is principally in charge of an extensive variety of wounds, including harms to the neck, chest, abdomen, furthest points and delicate tissue, and injuries to the vascular tissue. The administration additionally looks after patients giving surgical crises other than injury. The administration oversees patients in both the emergency unit on the ward and has broad mastery in the field of surgical basic care.

The Advanced Research Training in Otolaryngology Program has provided research training in otolaryngology-related disciplines for medical students, resident physicians and post-residency fellows to develop the next generation of clinician-scientists. The associated Otolaryngology Research Center is dedicated to basic and applied research for the advancement of surgical techniques in the field of head and neck surgery. Advanced techniques for minimally-invasive and laser surgery are primarily emphasized.

Plastic Surgeon emphases in decreasing marks or imperfections that may occur due to misfortunes, birth defects, or cure for diseases, such as melanoma. Plastic Surgeons also perform cosmetic surgery that is unrelated to medical conditions. Advances in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery are a bimonthly. Plastic surgery is a surgical specialty that involves alteration and restoring of human body function and appearance.

The international orthopaedic community aims to achieve the best possible outcome for patient care by constantly modifying surgical techniques and expanding the surgeon’s knowledge. These efforts require proper reflection within a setting that necessitates a higher quality standard for global orthopaedic publication. Orthopaedic Surgeon is a doctor keen to the diagnosis, treatment, prevention and rehabilitation of wounds and disorders of the body’s musculoskeletal system. This system comprises bones, joints, ligaments, muscles, nerves and tendons. Orthopaedic biomechanics is a specific sub-field of orthopaedic research that involves the application of engineering principles to examine the mechanical behaviour of the human musculoskeletal system.

Abdominal Surgery Specialists generally works with surgical procedures that involve opening the abdomen. Surgery of each abdominal organ is dealt with distinctly in connection with the explanation of that organ. There are several laparoscopic surgery abdominal wall access techniques. The most useful and well-established is the open Hasson technique. The Verses needle closed technique is another alternative, but its use is controversial owing to possibly higher rates of rare insertion complications. Anatomical consideration an important factor with the on-going quest of providing efficient and safe post- and perioperative pain management to patients undergoing abdominal surgery.

A pediatric surgeon is a surgeon specializing in the care and treatment of children. Any child ranging from the infant stage of development to the teenage years in need of a surgical operation is usually attended to by a pediatric surgeon. Recent advances in technology and surgical techniques have dramatically improved paediatric surgery, which has become more accurate, more predictable, and often less invasive. At HSS, surgeons conduct more than 3,100 surgeries for children and adolescents each year.

Cardiothoracic surgery is particularly innovative, with new forms of surgical care being introduced at a high rate that offer the promise of reducing pain, speeding recovery, and ultimately decreasing morbidity and mortality. Technological innovation broadly defined as the development and introduction of new drugs, devices, and procedures has played a major role in advancing the field of cardiothoracic surgery. It has generated new forms of care for patients and improved treatment options. Innovation, however, comes at a price. Total national health care expenditures now exceed $2 trillion per year in the United States.

Imaging is a beneficial aid to the oculoplastic surgeon especially in orbital and lacrimal disorders when the pathology is not visible from outside. It is a powerful tool that may be benefited in not only diagnosis but also management and follow-up. The most common imaging modalities required is CT and MRI, with CT being more frequently ordered by oculoplastic surgeons. Nowadays, CT is faster than ever. Taking of one axial slice lasts less than 4 s with the spiral technique providing as thin as 0.6 mm cuts with 0.4 mm resolution capability. Thus, loss of image quality during reconstruction with the old techniques is now minimized.

The history of rectal cancer surgery has shown a continuous evolution of techniques and technologies over the years, with the aim of improving both oncological outcomes and quality of life of the patients. Progress in rectal cancer surgery obviously depended on a better comprehension of the disease and its behaviour, which led to real cultural changes in cancer management; also, it was strictly linked to advances in technologies and amazing surgical intuitions by some surgeons who pioneered in rectal surgery, and this marked a breakthrough in the surgical treatment of rectal cancer.

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