In this pandemic era, it is more essential than ever for otolaryngologists to remain up to date with the latest advances in endoscopic treatment of disorders of the sinuses, Eustachian tube and ear. This highly interactive course will focus on rhinologic topics, including surgery of the skull base, frontal sinus and orbit; treatment of Eustachian tube dysfunction, including balloon dilation techniques; and innovative technologies for endoscopic and exoscopic ear surgery.
Program highlights include:
State-of-the-art lectures led by world-renowned experts
Interactive case presentations and panel discussions
Narrated surgeries with audience participation
Live dissection laboratories of fresh cadaver specimens with audience interaction
Keynote address by David Kennedy, MD
You will leave this course with an understanding of new treatment paradigms and emerging technologies and get a glimpse into the future of this cutting-edge field with talks given by international experts.
Describe the latest surgical techniques for the treatment of patients with chronic sinusitis and otitis
Integrate current methods for the diagnosis and treatment of patients with Eustachian tube disorders
Evaluate the role of balloon dilation to enhance drainage and ventilation of the sinonasal and otologic pathways
Apply a team-based approach to treat patients with disorders of the pituitary and skull base
Demonstrate the role of endoscopes and exoscopes for ear surgery with an emphasis on anatomy, surgical technique, and case-based discussion of indications, pearls and pitfalls
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