Endoscopic Ear Surgery Cadaver Course

Endoscopic Ear Surgery Cadaver Course

07 October - 08 October 2019

Clinical Anatomy Skills Centre

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  • Please Note

    Closing date: Monday 9th September 2019

    This is an advanced hands-on endoscopic ear surgery dissection course using fresh frozen cadaveric specimens.

    The course is suitable for consultants and senior otolaryngology trainees and will be delivered by international and national experts.

    Live dissection demonstrations will be undertaken by the faculty in all aspects of endoscopic ear surgery. There will be a variety of lectures on specific aspects of the technique, however, the main emphasis of the course will be to provide hands on practical experience.

    Dissections will include:

    • Raising the tympanomeatal flaps and inspecting the middle ear (second look procedure)
    • Interlay graft myringoplasty Tympanoplasty
    • Atticotomy
    • Approaches to the sinus tympani and facial recess
    • Ossiculoplasty

    Course Director:

    Mr Arunachalam Iyer
    Monklands Hospital

    International guest faculty:

    Prof Daniele Marchioni
    University of Verona, Italy

    Teleconference lecture:

    Mr Adrian James
    University of Toronto

    National faculty:

    Mr Chris Lobo
    Bolton
    Mr Chris Coulson
    Birmingham

    Note: Only ten delegate places available. Five observer places available. (note: observer places can only be booked by telephone)

    Suitable for:

    • Surgeons Outside the UK
    • Surgical Specialty Trainees
    • SAS Grade Surgeons
    • Surgical Consultants
  • Category Product Amount
    Member Registrations £800
    Non-Member Registrations £875
  • Clinical Anatomy Skills Centre

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Closing date: 09 September 2019



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