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Copenhagen The Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, Copenhagen University, Copenhagen, Denmark, Copenhagen

Joint EUSICA + IMMUNOmodel Workshop: Fostering collaboration to advance sinonasal cancer research May 3-4, 2023. The University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark ______________________________________________ Dear Colleagues and Friends, We cordially invite you to join us for the Joint EUSICA + IMMUNOmodel workshop at the University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark, on May 3 and May 4, 2023. Registration for the meeting is now open. Follow link: Attendee: Registration (Attendee) We have worked hard to ensure that we can offer you an exciting program covering a wide range of exciting topics in the field of sinonasal cancer research. Moreover, this is a networking opportunity, and…

Rhinodays 2023

Thessaloniki, Greece Thessaloniki

Rhinoplasty course, May 3-4, 2023 There is no doubt that the functional and aesthetic surgery of the nose is a complex operation with a difficult learning curve and will always be a challenge for every Otorhinolaryngologist, Plastic Surgeon and Maxillofacial Surgeon. The programme is structured in such a way that participants will be able to learn the basic techniques but will be also updated on the latest more advanced techniques of rhinoplasty. Dissection on fresh frozen specimens will provide training in surgical skills for the first 20 registered participants. Video sessions, case presentations, injectables and fillers in and around the…

29th Endoscopic Sinus Surgery Course

Barcelona Barcelona

Identification of anatomical landmarks of the nose and sinuses. Uncinate process resection and middle meatal antrostomy Intact bulla technique to the frontal (Draf type I) Approach to the sphenopalatine artery Anterior ethmoidectomy and Draf type IIA Posterior ethmoidectomy, transethmoidal sphenoidotomy; transnasal sphenoidotomy and “rescue flap” Endoscopic Dacryocystorhinostomy Transseptal approach to the sphenoid and the pituitary Medial maxillectomy and maxillary artery Orbital and optic nerve decompression Canthotomy and Cantholysis Draf type IIB, IIC and III.

Course 33rd International FESS-course

Ghent, Belgium Ghent

This 'Problem based and oriented dissection course' features 14 hours fully equipped hands-on Cadaver Head Workshop, with powered instrumentation and navigation (2 delegates per cadaver head), Lectures by keynote speakers and Interactive round tables. Extended international faculty: • Richard Harvey, University of NSW and Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia • Shahzada Ahmed, Consultant ENT and Skull Base Surgeon at Birmingham’s Queen Elizabeth Hospital NHS Trust, UK • Manuel Bernal Sprekelsen, Hospital Clinic Barcelona, Spain • Claus Bachert, Karolinska University Hospital, Sweden • Christos Goergalas, Hygeia Hospital Athens, Greece • Agnieszka Strzembosz, Warsaw, Poland • Thibaut Van Zele, Ghent University Hospital, Belgium…

Endoscopic Paranasal Sinus & Skull Base Hands on Course PSSB

Bern, Switzerland Bern

ERS members get 10% discount 10 hours of wet lab and training sessions Lectures by renowned Swiss faculty Live demonstration and cadaver dissection High-quality specimens (Thiel embalmed) Small groups of 2 participants per table Best available instruments and navigation technology Traditional Swiss style social event Full catering throughout the day CME credits: 16

12th Interdisciplinary Endoscopic Skull Base Surgery Course

Essen, Germany Essen

Skull Base Surgery underwent significant changes during the last decades. The increasing advancements in the fields of neurosurgery and otorhinolaryngology have challenged surgeons from both specialties to keep up with the rapid technological progress such as operations based on 4K or 3D endoscopy and robotic-assisted skull base surgery. The skull base represents the interface of an intense interdisciplinary collaboration between otorhinolaryngology and neurosurgery. Therefore, this course focuses on the complex anatomy of the skull base and adjacent anatomical structures, i.e. sinuses and orbit, as well as surgical treatment strategies for lesions in this challenging area. Being the highlight of this…

6th international hands-on fess course

Clinical Anatomy, University Tübingen Clinical Anatomy, University Tübingen

The „International Hands-on FESS Course“ teaches current techniques of endoscopic sinus surgery with the main focus on personal dissection of the participants. Special highlights of our Hands-on FESS Course are: Structured anatomic preparation, each step referring to clearly defined anatomical landmarks, after concise lectures and master dissection. Training places for dissection are very well-equipped with HD-videoendoscopy, a large variety of microsurgical instruments, shaver and navigation. Intensive supervision with at least one experienced supervisor for two dissection places. Specific adjunctive course material like access to essential videoclips of all important surgical steps, Dissection guide with all relevant surgical steps and clinical…