This 2-day course endoscopic approaches to the paranasal sinus for treatment of chronic rhinosinusitis.
Participants will be exposed to lectures on advancement in technologies; paranasal sinus anatomy; pre-operative CT scan reading; surgical techniques with demonstrations; practical hands-on with cadaveric dissections and case discussions.
Participants include ENT specialist and senior residents in Otolaryngology interested in further developing their skills in Functional Endoscopic Sinus Surgery to treat simple to complex cases.
At the end of this course, participants will:
- Know the general anatomy, pathophysiology, and surgical anatomy of the paranasal sinus
- Practice through cadaver dissection, the following surgical techniques: Balloon Sinuplasty; Endoscopic approaches to maxillary sinus with image guidance for partial and full resection of uncinate, accessory ostia, inferior turbinate reductions, ethmoid and sphenoid surgery; Frontal Sinus Surgery; Sphenopalatine artery ligation; Lateral canthotomy and cantholysis
- Acquire experience using endoscopic instruments, powered instrumentation and image guidance (navigation) to perform functional endoscopic sinus surgery
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