Demonstrates surgeon-level knowledge of the anatomy and physiology of the skin, subq fat, fascia, muscle, and other layers encountered in the incision under discussion
Displays surgeon-level comprehension of the anatomical structure being operated on
Awareness of other related structures that may be involved in the procedure or may take insight and knowledge of the structure to avoid injuring it
Understands the vasculature related to the structure including the origin of the artery, any anastomoses involved, collateral blood supply
Described any nerves that become part of the procedure or effort may be needed in order to avoid injury to the structure
Defines any widely used eponyms in the anatomy under discussion
Paper written as though you were teaching this subject
Adequate pictures were used to illustrate the surgical anatomy
Adequately attributed info and quotations to original author
Research materials are surgeon-level. Would be used by surgical resident in learning about the surgical anatomy.
Did the paper receive a passing score? ☐ Yes ☐ Not yet
Any score below 3 or a ‘No’ answer to any question is an automatic fail and the student must revise their paper with the evaluator’s feedback in mind. In addition, and at the evaluator’s sole discretion, the evaluator may require the student to revise a theoretically passing paper if it appears in the evaluator’s professional judgment, the paper could use considerable improvement not covered by this evaluation form.
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