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Dr Piñal, professeur invité à un séminaire en ligne sur la microchirurgie de la clinique Buncke de San Francisco

5 mai, 2020

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Residents and faculty of the medical schools of Stanford and California-San Francisco universities will take part in the meeting

This coming Friday Dr. Piñal will participate as a visiting professor in a webinar organized by San Francisco’s Buncke Clinic. The Spanish surgeon will address the microsurgical toe to hand transfer before members of the Californian clinic team and residents and professors from Stanford and UCSF universities  (University of California-San Francisco).

Stanford University campus
Aerial photograph of the center of the Stanford University campus (image source: Gunther Hagleitner / CC BY (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0).

Piñal has performed more than 500 toe to hand autotransplants in cases of amputation or mutilation of the upper extremity, with a success rate of 99%.

Since 1970 the Buncke Clinic has been at the forefront of international advances in reconstruction surgery, being a leading center in microsurgery, plastic and reconstructive surgery, and hand surgery. Its founder, Harry J. Buncke, was a pioneering figure in this field of medicine thanks to his contributions to the development of new surgical procedures.

Born in Santander, northern Spain, in 1960, Dr Francisco del Piñal is considered one of the world’s best hand surgeons. His contributions in topics like reconstruction of catastrophic hands or arthroscopic surgery techniques on wrist fractures are endorsed and used internationally.

Main image: ‘Downtown San Francisco, seen from 
Twin Peaks’, Christian Mehlführer, 
User:Chmehl / 
CC BY (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.5).

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