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Surgical Exposure, Minimal Incision Surgical Option for ASD Repair


In this second Cardiothoracic DocTalk session of the Pathway to Independence for Junior Surgeons we plan to discuss the approach to a Minimal Incision ASD. Our panel will discuss the merits of offering this approach along with the potential pitfalls. Viewers of this webinar will gain insight into optimizing surgical exposure and understanding when it is safe to proceed with less invasive techniques.


Lawrence Greiten, MD

Assistant Professor in Division of Congenital Cardiac Surgery
Arkansas Children’s Hospital (ACH) and the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS)

Lawrence Greiten, M.D., is an Assistant Professor in the Division of Congenital Cardiac Surgery at Arkansas Children’s Hospital (ACH) and the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS). Dr. Greiten received his undergraduate degree from Kansas Wesleyan University and his medical degree from the University Of Arizona College Of Medicine. He completed both his General Surgery training and Cardiovascular and General Thoracic Surgery fellowship at the Mayo School of Graduate Medical Education, where he also earned a Masters in Biomedical Sciences, Clinical and Translational Science. He did an advanced Fellowship in Congenital Cardiac Surgery at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, Keck Medical School at the University of Southern California.

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