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Minimally Invasive Advances in Surgery Panel Discussion at TAS 2023

Video-Minimally Invasive Advances in Surgery Panel Discussion at TAS 2023

Join us for an exclusive panel discussion at the TAG Theater during TAS 2023: "The Evolution of Minimally Invasive Surgery: Defining, Implementing, and Innovating." Don't miss this insightful session where leading experts Edward Zimmerman, MD, Jennifer Levine, MD, Jeffrey Joseph, MD, and Sheila Barbarino, MD, will explore the dynamic landscape of minimally invasive techniques. This comprehensive discussion will cover a range of critical topics essential to understanding and advancing minimally invasive surgery.

Join us for an exclusive panel discussion at the TAG Theater during TAS 2023: "The Evolution of Minimally Invasive Surgery: Defining, Implementing, and Innovating." Don't miss this insightful session where leading experts Edward Zimmerman, MD, Jennifer Levine, MD, Jeffrey Joseph, MD, and Sheila Barbarino, MD, will explore the dynamic landscape of minimally invasive techniques. This comprehensive discussion will cover a range of critical topics essential to understanding and advancing minimally invasive surgery.

 

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"Um, good morning and welcome to our session on Minimally Invasive Advances in Surgery. I'm Ed Zimmerman, the moderator, and I'm joined today by three enormously talented and experienced surgeons. They are Jennifer Levine, ocular facial plastics. No, no. Ocular. Okay. Just facial plastics. So the whole deal, the whole face, the whole face and the neck. And Dr. Jeffrey Joseph Oculoplastics, Newport Beach, Dr. Sheila Barberino, Oulu Plastics, fellowship trained, and everything else from Texas at this point. Austin and Los Angeles? Yes. Both. She states. Okay. 'cause one is not enough, and Yeah, I'm extra. Right. The first question that I'd like to approach for our audience is how do you define minimally invasive surgery? And ladies first? So, for me, when something is invasive, it's really going to involve some sort of puncture or a knife, even if it's just for a full, a small stab. But minimally invasive would be confiding that to a very small area. So that's kind of how I would define a minimally invasive procedure...."

 

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