University of Leeds, Leeds, United Kingdom
29 Jun 2020 - 30 Jun 2020
This course is designed for neurosurgeons and otolaryngologists at senior trainee and consultant levels who are interested in the most recent developments in endoscopic surgery of the cranial base and pituitary gland.
This comprehensive two day course, limited to 11 delegates for 6 hands-on stations, is a presentation of minimally invasive endoscopic techniques for the anterior skull base and pituitary fossa.
Experts on the subject will present the anatomical, pathophysiological and technical aspects of surgery along with risks, benefits, complications such as CSF leak and outcomes. Also endocrinology, neuro-radiology and anaesthetic aspects of endoscopic anterior skull base surgery will be covered.
Teaching is through hands-on cadaveric dissection with a 1:2 faculty to delegate ratio and lecture / video presentations including 3D anatomy of the paranasal sinus and skull base.
Simulation stations will also be available throughout the course, which provides more opportunity for hands–on practice.
All catering is provided throughout the day including a course dinner.