Course Syllabus

AAGL22 Course Syllabi

Detailed course syllabi are available for review and download prior to the meeting!  Get ready for a week of the best in MIGS education and training.  Thanks to all the faculty for working so hard to submit their important course documentation! 

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Note:  To locate the bibliography (references) for a specific presenter, please click on the appropriate course below. The bibliography (references) can be found at the end of each slide deck.

NumberTitle
ANAT-617Advanced Anatomy – Accessing the Pelvic Sidewall
FIBR-609Evolving Technologies and Their Role in Patient Care
GEN-608Gender Affirmation Surgery
HSC-602Hysteroscopy - Taking Your First Steps in Intrauterine Surgery
MAST-615Master’s Course in Exposure Retraction and Deep Dissection
OBS-601OBS-601 - Complex Obstetric Surgery for the MIG Surgeon
OBS-606ONC-606 - Oncology Controversies for the Practicing Gynecologist
PAGS-618Optimizing Surgical Management in Todays Pediatric Environment
Panel 1Panel 1 - Maximizing Surgical Coaching
Panel 2Vaginal Laser / Photobiomodulation Therapy: Examining the Evidence and Controversy
Panel 3Prolapse Surgery - Native Tissue Repair vs MESH
Panel 5Fibroids and Adenomyosis - Surgical Management
Panel 6Panel 6 - Minimally Invasive Surgery (MIS) An Occupational Hazard
Panel 7Panel 7 - Social Media in Mainstream Medicine
REPRO-613How to Think Like a Reproductive Surgeon-Preservation Restoration and Reconstruction
URO-612Urogyn for the MIGS Surgeon: Apical Support
SURG-621Surgical Coaching
Surgical Tutorial 1Asherman's Syndrome
Surgical Tutorial 2Tubal Disease
Surgical Tutorial 3Bowel Endometriosis: State-of-the-Art on Surgical Treatment
Surgical Tutorial 4Alternatives to Hysterectomy in the Treatment of Fibroids
Surgical Tutorial 5How to Provide Optimal Sexually Outcome for Your MIGS Patients, Starting Even Before Surgery
Surgical Tutorial 6Laparoscopic Hysterectomy
VAG-615Master’s Course in Exposure Retraction and Deep Dissection