36.75 AMA PRA Category1 Credits™
Maximum of 4 attendees per workshop to assure adequate hands-on opportunity for all attendees
Vaginal rejuvenation is a marketing term referring to vaginoplasty, or the surgical tightening of the vaginal canal. Birth trauma, tissue stretching, and improper surgical healing are the usual reasons for requesting vaginal rejuvenation. Surgery usually entails a modification of a standard gynecologic procedure called “posterior repair” along with rebuilding of the perineum (the space between the vagina and rectum). This procedure was traditionally performed for a fallen or prolapsed rectum, or rectocele. A rectocele is a bulge of rectum going into the vagina. A similar appearing vaginal bulge is an enterocele. It is a bulge of small bowel going into the vagina. Gynecologists and urogynecologists have the most training performing these types of surgery. Lasers, scissors, cautery units, knives are used in surgery. Excellent results have been achieved by all these methods.
The didactic portion along with the clinical hands-on exposure will allow attendees to gain a comprehensive understanding of the procedure. The format used in this activity is an effective method for knowledgeable OB/Gyn physicians to expand their surgical abilities safely.
At the conclusion of the CME activity, participants should be able to:
1. Review the history of vaginal rejuvenation.
2. Discuss the terminology and anatomy of aesthetic vaginal surgery.
3. Describe technologies available for vaginal rejuvenation surgeries.
4. Explain the clinical aspects of the procedures, including patient selection, pre-operative evaluation, anesthesia protocols, proper surgical methods and techniques, and post-operative care.
5. Review surgical techniques including: Labia minora plasty, Labia majora plasty, Clitoral hood reduction, Perineoplasty, Vaginoplasty
6. Identify different aspects of patient markings prior to surgery.
7. Discuss proper equipment and methods in preparing medical photography. Practical hands-on sessions will be taught.
8. Describe possible complications related to performing aesthetic vaginal surgery and the proper mechanisms of management and apply the procedure into the existing office setting.
9. Apply internet strategies in marketing and aesthetic vaginal surgery procedure.
10. Define issues of medical malpractice and how it relates to the OB/Gyn and other specialty physicians.
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