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Surgery Rotations

 

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St. Mary’s Rotations

amdExposure to the diagnosis and management of core [PGY I] and advanced [PGY IV] emergent and elective surgical diseases & conditions in childhood [neonatal to adolescence], incl. congenital conditions, common childhood tumors, obesity, other.

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amdDiagnosis and management [operative/non-operative] of core [PGY I] and advanced [PGY III – V] blunt and penetrating injury in both adults and children; exposure to trauma critical care management, and the diagnosis and management of emergency/acute care surgical conditions in both children and adults.

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Delray Rotations

Diagnosis and management of broad-spectrum of core [PGY I/II] and advanced [PGY III – V] general surgery diseases and conditions with a focus on abdomen general, hernia, fore-gut and MIS/Bariatric diseases and conditions, as well as endocrine surgery and wound healing and management; while on the General Surgery Service the residents will also have some exposure to the care of trauma and critically ill patients.

 

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This apprenticeship rotation provides the residents with exposure to the diagnosis and management of a broad spectrum of core and advanced gynecologic diseases with emphasis to Gynecologic Oncology and pelvic floor conditions. c) Urology: exposure to the diagnosis and management of common [core and advanced] benign and malignant urologic conditions [kidney, ureter, bladder urethra, penis, scrotum, testicle]; urologic endoscopy & catheterization [apprenticeship rotation]

 

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amdExposure to the diagnosis and management [operative/non-operative] of common orthopedic trauma, and non-traumatic orthopedic conditions relevant to the general surgeon.

 

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amdExposure to the diagnosis and management [operative/non-operative] of common neurosurgical trauma and non-traumatic conditions relevant to the general surgeon.

 

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Boca Regional Rotations

Diagnosis and management of a broad-spectrum of core [PGY I/II] and advanced [PGY III –V] general surgery diseases and conditions, including exposure to Head and Neck Surgery, Thoracic Surgery, Plastic Surgery and wound management.

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Diagnosis and management of broad-spectrum of core [PGY I/II] and advanced [PGY III – V] general surgery diseases and conditions with particular focus on hepato-biliary, pancreatic, colorectal diseases and surgical oncology.

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The residents will gain exposure to the peri-operative evaluation, patient risk assessment and management, as well as the pharmacology of anesthesia [local, regional, general], the induction, maintenance and emergence.

 

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amdDiagnosis and management of core benign and malignant breast disease, including multi-modal diagnosis, and multi-specialty management of the disease; exposure to ablative and restorative therapy, breast malignancy risk assessment and genetic counseling; exposure to standard breast imaging techniques [mammography, ultrasound, computed tomography and MRI]; exposure to office-based and OR procedures related to breast disease.

 

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amdDiagnosis and management of cardiac and cardiovascular disease [operative/non-operative]; diagnosis and management of cardiac trauma, heart failure, acute myocardial syndromes, etc.; exposure to common cardiac/central vascular OR procedures; exposure to peri-operative cardiac critical care.

 

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Diagnosis and management of core and advanced issues in critical illness [multi-] organ failure and support, SIRS/sepsis, shock physiology and management, critical care nutrition support, Airway & ventilator management, hemodynamic monitoring, nosocomial, infections, coagulopathy, arrhythmias; critical care pharmacy [sedation, analgesia, pressor-inotropes, antibiotics]; critical care procedures.

 

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 Diagnosis and management [operative and non-operative, open and endovascular] of core [PGY II] and advanced [PGY IV], disease [peripheral, aorto-iliac and cerebrovascular]; exposure to vascular lab diagnostics [invasive, non-invasive] and management of vascular access [disease, procedures.]

 

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Diagnosis and management of broad spectrum of alimentary tract diseases and conditions; performance of esophago-gastro-duodenoscopy [diagnostic, therapeutic], exposure to ER[C]P, EUS [+/- biopsy], enteroscopy, ano-rectosigmoidoscopy [diagnostic, therapeutic, rigid, flexible], colonoscopy.

 

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Management of complex wounds, abdominal wall reconstruction, skin and composite tissue grafting; reconstruction after breast ablation therapy; considerations in cosmetic surgery [Apprenticeship.]

 

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Diagnosis and management of a broad spectrum of core and advanced gynecologic diseases with emphasis to Gynecologic Oncology and pelvic floor conditions [Apprenticeship, rotation shared between sites 1 and 3]

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Bethesda East Rotations

The service is staffed by a core of private practice surgeons that provide exposure to the diagnosis and management of a broad-spectrum of core [PGY I/II] and advanced [PGY III – V] general surgery diseases and conditions, with an added focus on thoracic surgery, breast surgery, and head & neck surgery

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The service is staffed by a busy 6-surgeon hospital employed faculty group that provides exposure to the diagnosis and management of a broad-spectrum of core [PGY I/II] and advanced [PGY III – V] general surgery diseases and conditions with an added focus on acute care surgery, endocrine surgery, and open and endo-vascular surgery management of core vascular diseases [extremity, arterial & venous disease].
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Last Modified 11/8/16