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THE ORBITO-ZYGOMATIC APPROACH

THE ORBITO-ZYGOMATIC APPROACH 

18 May 2022 , 17:00 CET

EANS Skull Base Section  is glad to invite you to yet another interesting discussion addressing: THE ORBITO-ZYGOMATIC APPROACH 

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Anatomical Basics of Skull Base Surgeries

Anatomical Basics of Skull Base Surgeries

22 April 2022 (Virtual)

11 PM Yemen Time

Under the auspices of Abdulrauf University of Neurosurgery , Dandy Yemen in collaboration with Dandy Clubs of Iraq, Qatar, Algeria, Syria, Bahrain, Tunisia, Lebanon and UAE is organizing a session entitled “Anatomical basics of skull base surgeries”.

presented by Prof. Ibrahim Sbeih who is the former Vice-president of World Federation of Neurosurgical Societies (WFNS) and the former president of Pan Arab Neurosurgical Society in association with Dr. Aseel Sbeih who is a Board-eligible neurosurgeon at Farah Medical Campus (FMC)

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Transorbital Skull Base Course

Transorbital Skull Base Course

3 – 4 June 2022

New York – USA

Dr. Theodore Schwartz directs an annual course in minimally invasive surgery that introduces the very latest in advanced techniques.

For 2022, the hands-on transorbital skull base course focuses exclusively on transorbital approaches. Arising from a collaboration between oculoplastic, ENT surgeons, and neurosurgeons, the endoscopic transorbital approach provides access to areas in the lateral skull base such as the cavernous sinus, Meckel’s cave and sphenoid wing that are inaccessible to the endonasal approach.

The goals of the course are to teach surgeons how to perform these new approaches as well as their indications, contraindications, and limitations. 

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8th Endoscopic Skull Base Dissection course

 

 

8th Endoscopic Skull Base Dissection course

7-9 September 2022

ATHENS – Greece

We are delighted to welcome you to the 8th Masterclass – Endoscopic Skull Base Dissection Course. Once more we have the pleasure of having with us an outstanding international faculty to teach, guide and amaze us.

Lectures will cover both the basic principles, anatomy  as well as the latest developments of endoscopic skull base surgery.

More than 10 hours of fresh-frozen cadaveric dissections provide an excellent opportunity for participants to get hands-on experience and update their knowledge of endoscopic skull base anatomy and approaches.

Each participant station will have high quality endoscopes, tools, neuronavigation, high speeds drills and suction systems to simulate operation room settings.

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3rd Balkan Rhino Forum

3rd Balkan Rhino Forum

“Sinus, Skull Base & Rhinoplasty Symposium”

7-9 April 2022

Athens – Greece 

We are delighted to announce the upcoming 3rd Balkan Rhino Forum, which will be held on 7-9 April 2022. After a long year of pandemic – related restrictions, we are looking forward to meeting in person again and welcoming you in the historic city of Athens, Greece.

Our subspecialty is changing fast and as a scientific committee, we are doing our best to reflect this in the scientific program as much as possible. Keynote Lectures on vital and controversial topics, open discussions where experience meets evidence – based guidelines with a focus on residents and younger colleagues to whom the future belongs. We count on them not only for “participating” but also for designing the program and shaping the content, under the guidance of senior, experienced colleagues.

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2nd Microscopic And Endoscopic Skull Base Course

ATHENS 2nd Microscopic And Endoscopic Skull Base Course

30 – 31 May 2022

Athens – Greece

The Hellenic Neurosurgical Society has the pleasure to announce the second microscopic and endoscopic skull base course and welcome you in Greece.

This course is designed for senior residents in Neurosurgery or early-career neurosurgeons with interest in skull base surgery.

This two-day intensive course will include a combination of lectures and cadaver dissections designed to cover the basic surgical approaches and anatomy required for every skull base neurosurgeon. 

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Transtemporal Approaches And Bypass Course

Transtemporal Approaches And Bypass Course
24-25 June 2022
Prague – Czech Republic

We invite you cordially to the traditional 9th Prague Microanatomic Hands-on Dissection Course. The workshop is a two-day event with intensive teaching of brain bypasses and transtemporal approaches.

The first day is devoted to lectures on indications, surgical techniques and possible complications presented by the world’s leading experts in vascular neurosurgery and skull base surgery.

The next day you will train microsurgical bypasses and
transtemporal approaches on special realistic specimens that are very beneficial for your further training.

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EANS Webinar: THE RETROSIGMOID APPROACH

THE RETROSIGMOID APPROACH

15 December 2021, 17:00 CET

The EANS Skull Base Section is glad to invite you to yet another interesting discussion addressing: The retrosigmoid approach.

The webinar will feature an outstanding panel of speakers and will be moderated by Michaël Bruneau, the Chair of the EANS Skull Base Section.

Register free of charge. Don’t wait – the number of registrations is limited!

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Complex Surgical Approach To The Skull Base

Complex Surgical Approach To The Skull Base

16–18 December 2021

New York City – USA

This intimate 3-day dissection-centered course forces on complex skull base approaches.

All material is presented in an immersive 3D format . Participating surgeons work at 3-D interactive cadaver workstations, where they watch cadaveric dissections and review surgical anatomy in 3D before and during their own dissection.

The combination of the 3-D virtual reality environment and the cadaveric hands-on dissection affords surgeons excellent preoperative training and rehearsal of current, complex approaches in cranial base surgery.

 

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