Unit

School Of Medicine

Pelvic AnatomyWestern Sydney University Unit Code: 401061.2

Discipline: OBSTETRICS AND GYNAECOLOGY

Student Contribution Band: 3

Level: 7

Credit Points: 10

Co ordinator
Harry Merkur


Assumed Knowledge
All students are expected to have a knowledge base commensurate with a level of a Trainee or Specialist in Obstetrics & Gynaecology (RANZCOG or other accredited college) with satisfactory completion of RANZCOG written examination as per enrolment restrictions.


Unit Enrolment Restrictions
Students must be enrolled in 4766 Graduate Diploma of Advanced Gynaecological Surgery or 4770 Master of Surgery (Advanced Gynaecological Surgery) or 4690 Master of Surgery in Advanced Gynaecological Surgery


Teaching Periods

PeriodOffered  Campus  Contact
2020 2H  Yes  Campbelltown Campus - EXTERNAL  See Coordinator above   Timetable.   Print Unit Outline*
2021 1H  Yes  Campbelltown Campus - EXTERNAL  See Coordinator above   Timetable not available  
2021 2H  Yes  Campbelltown Campus - EXTERNAL  See Coordinator above   Timetable not available  

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About this Unit
This is an alternate unit in the Graduate Diploma in Advanced Gynaecological Surgery and Year 1 of the Master of Surgery (Advanced Gynaecological Surgery) course. The student is expected to attain an advanced understanding and knowledge of the Anatomy of the Female Pelvis. The eventual aim is to become a competent surgeon in this field. Detailed Pelvic Anatomy is a vital component required to attain the skills necessary for the performance of Advanced Gynaecological Surgery. Knowledge of the normal versus the abnormal anatomy is required for the correct identification of pelvic structures. When abnormal features are present caused by pathological changes, the student is expected to know how to recognise the distortion caused, thus paving the way to try and normalise the anatomy as best as possible. The student should choose a topic relevant to the operations observed and learned. An analysis of the anatomy important to the topic should be presented in a detailed fashion. Evidence for any conclusions drawn or reflections made should be provided from a review of the literature. An important aspect of detailed knowledge of Pelvic Anatomy is crucial in the avoidance or detection and management of complications at surgery.


Courses
4690.1Master of Surgery in Advanced Gynaecological SurgeryCONTINUING
4766.1Graduate Diploma in Advanced Gynaecological SurgeryCURRENT
4770.1Master of Surgery (Advanced Gynaecological Surgery)CURRENT




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