Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, UK
18 Apr 2016 - 19 Apr 2016
Endoscopic Sinonasal Surgery is an expanding surgical discipline which embraces techniques used in both benign disease management and in oncological surgery. The rate of development of techniques is rapid and there is a need for realistic, safe, guided training via supervised cadaveric surgical simulation. This course offers one to one direct training and guidance from an expert faculty. The complexity of this type of surgery is such that out faculty accounts for a considerable proportion of the entire UK experience base for these advanced techniques. The aim is to educate participants in the anatomical basis of new endoscopic procedures, provide supervised surgical rehearsal, develop instrument handling skills thus fostering safe adoption of new technically exacting techniques for use in hazard rich area of anterior skull base surgery.