Endoscopic Ear Surgery Cadaver Course
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Endoscopic Ear Surgery Cadaver Course

05 October - 06 October 2020

Clinical Anatomy Skills Centre (CASC), University of Glasgow

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  • Please Note

    The closing date for this course is the 7th September 2020

    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
    Consultant ENT Surgeon, University Monklands Hospital
    Associate Professor, Univeristy of Glasgow

    International Course Faculty:

    Professor Nirmal Patel
    Associate Professor of Otolaryngolgy, Macquarie University, Sydney

    Professor Daniele Marchioni
    University of Verona, Italy

    National Course Faculty:

    Mr Chris Lobo
    Consultant ENT Surgeon, Bolton

    Mr Chris Coulson
    Consultant ENT Surgeon, Birmingham

     

    Suitable for:

    • Surgeons Outside the UK
    • Surgical Specialty Trainees
    • SAS Grade Surgeons
    • Surgical Consultants
  • 05 October
    08:30-09:00

    Registration and coffee - day 1

    05 October
    09:00-09:30

    Welcome and principles of TEES

    05 October
    09:30-10:15

    Endoscopic anatomy and physiology of TEES: middle ear aeration

    05 October
    10:15-11:30

    Move to Clinical Anatomy Skill Laboratory: Demonstration of Dissection

    The transcanal endoscopic approach and middle ear dissection Hands-on dissection part 1

    05 October
    11:30-11:45

    Morning break - day 1

    05 October
    11:45-13:00

    Continuation of dissection

    05 October
    13:00-13:45

    Lunch - day 1

    05 October
    13:45-14:00

    Introducing EES in clinical practice

    05 October
    14:00-16:45

    Hands-on dissection part 1 continued

    Dissections as per live demo

    05 October
    16:45-17:00

    Discussion and close

    05 October
    18:30-20:00

    Course dinner

    06 October
    08:30-09:00

    Introduction to advance EES and future concepts

    EES of the inner ear and skull base

    06 October
    09:00-09:15

    EES and tympanoplasty

    06 October
    09:15-10:00

    Move to the Clinical Anatomy Skill Laboratory: Demonstration of dissection

    Beyond the tympanic cavity: Inner ear, labyrinth and IAC

    06 October
    10:00-11:00

    Hands-on dissection part 2

    06 October
    11:00-11:15

    Morning break - day 2

    06 October
    11:15-12:00

    Hands-on dissection part 1 (continued)

    06 October
    12:00-12:30

    Endoscopic ear surgery in children

    06 October
    12:30-13:00

    ESS and the NHS: Business plan/ management

    06 October
    13:00-13:45

    Lunch - day 2

    06 October
    13:45-16:00

    Continuation of dissection with focused demonstrations

    06 October
    16:00-16:30

    Q&A and interactive session

    06 October
    16:30-17:00

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  • Category Product Amount
    Member Registrations £800
    Non-Member Registrations £875
  • Clinical Anatomy Skills Centre (CASC)
    University of Glasgow


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