Ear Reconstruction

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What's in this course?

Review the anatomy of the auricle as well as preoperative evaluation and approach for reconstruction of ear defects.


Reconstructive surgery, Plastic Surgery, Wound care.

Target Audience

This course has been specifically designed to train practicing medical professionals, surgeons, clinicians, nursing and wound care professionals.

Varied activities

Videos, lectures and quizzes.


1 hour



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Dr. Arun Gosain
Course instructor

Dr Charles Thorne

Dr. Thorne received his BA from Yale, served for two years in the Peace Corps in West Africa, attended UCLA School of Medicine, and trained in Surgery at the Massachusetts General Hospital and in Plastic Surgery at NYU. After completing a fellowship in Pediatric and Craniofacial Plastic Surgery, Dr. Thorne joined the NYU faculty in 1989.
Dr. Thorne has served as Chief of Plastic Surgery at Bellevue Hospital, Director of the Plastic Surgery residency program at NYU, Section Editor for the Journal of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, President of the Northeastern Society of Plastic Surgeons, Editor-in-Chief of Grabb and Smith’s Plastic Surgery and Chair of the American Board of Plastic Surgery.
Dr. Thorne moved to Lenox Hill in 2014 where he is Chairman of the new Department of Plastic Surgery. Dr. Thorne’s clinic practice consists of pediatric and craniofacial reconstruction with a particular interest in reconstruction of the external ear.

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ReSurge International

Resurge International is a nonprofit organization based in Sunnyvale, California established in 1969. ReSurge focuses on scaling up access to reconstructive surgical care in low-income countries by training and funding the next generation of reconstructive surgeons across Africa, Asia, and Latin America. ReSurge is one of the few organizations to address the full scope of reconstructive surgical care to those most in need. They pair 50 years of experience with an innovative localization and empowerment model that is creating a ripple-effect of impact across economies, communities, and human lives.
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The College of Surgeons of East, Central and Southern Africa (COSECSA) is non-profit making professional body that fosters postgraduate education in surgery and provides surgical training throughout the East, Central and Southern Africa region.

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