16th World Congress of Rhinology

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Main topics

  •  Tridimensional anatomy of the paranasal sinuses and skull base
  •  Sinus Surgery
  •  Transnasal endoscopic skull base and brain surgery
  •  New guidelines in allergic rhinitis an rhinosinusistis
  •  Clinical and surgical approaches in nasal poliposis – an up to date
  •  The role of superantigens in chronic infections of the URTI
  •  Surgical management of the sinonasal malformations
  •  Tips of septoplasty in children and adults
  •  The current “status” of biofilms in URTI
  •  All about nasal drops
  •  Everything you need to know about nasal reconstruction
  •  Facial plastic surgery “State of the Art”
  •  Realistic simulators: a new way for endoscopic teaching

Book: Principles and Practice of Keyhole Brain Surgery

Principles and Practice of Keyhole Brain SurgeryPrinciples and Practice of Keyhole Brain Surgery
By Charles Teo, Michael E. Sughrue

List Price: $219.99

Developed 20 years ago by leading innovators in the field, the keyhole concept of brain surgery has become an integral part of the practice of neurosurgery. This timely and comprehensive book covers the thinking, philosophy, and techniques of modern keyhole brain surgery, including a realistic assessment of its benefits and limitations. Written by expert practitioners and highlighted by vivid surgical illustrations and procedural videos, Principles and Practice of Keyhole Brain Surgery functions as an experienced mentor working side by side with neurosurgeons as they master the techniques.
Special Features:

  • Introduces the basic principles of the keyhole approach, including the practical, technical, and logistical aspects of planning procedures and operating through small openings
  • Beautifully illustrated with nearly 900 endoscopic images, diagrams, surgical drawings, and operative photographs, many showing step-by-step procedures
  • Details the pivotal role of the endoscope in keyhole brain surgery and its ability to provide multiple angles of visualization, including a useful catalog of clinical situations where the endoscope has proven most effective
  • Demonstrates contemporary keyhole approaches (e.g. the eyebrow/sub-frontal approach) in procedures for supratentorial intra-axial brain tumors, tumors of the cribriform plate and orbit, parasellar masses, craniopharyngiomas, tumors of the middle fossa and cavernous sinus and many other conditions in the cranial base
  • Offers more than 100 procedural videos on the Thieme’s MediaCenter, narrated by the authors and aligned to chapters in the book for an unparalleled learning resource

Providing all the information necessary to achieve surgical goals through well placed, smaller openings with the added benefits of shorter procedures, fewer wound complications and better patient outcomes Principles and Practice of Keyhole Brain Surgery is essential for every neurosurgeon in practice today.

Product Details

Original language: English
Number of items: 1
Binding: Hardcover
272 pages
More about: Charles Teo,  Charles E. Sughrue

Innovative Education with 3-D Neurosurgery Sessions

Innovative Education with 3-D Neurosurgery Sessions
Watch experts in action and refine your microsurgical technique with 3-D Neurosurgery Sessions at the 2015 CNS Annual Meeting, September 26–30, in New Orleans, Louisiana.High-definition 3-D surgical videos enhance the step-by-step microsurgical instruction and technical review led by experts in the field. Don’t miss the tribute 3-D Neurosurgery Session for M. Gazi Yaşargil, hailed as one of the greatest neurosurgeons of the twentieth century, on Tuesday, September 28. Both of these 3-D Neurosurgery Sessions are included in your general admission to the CNS Annual Meeting.
3-D Neurosurgery Session: Techniques to Advance Safety and Efficacy of Microneurosurgery
Monday, September 28, 4:30 pm – 5:45 pm
Review the important technical and anatomic nuances for the successful management of complex cranial cases. Topics to be reviewed include surgical techniques and anatomy for both cranial and spinal vascular and neoplastic lesions.
3-D Neurosurgery Session: A Tribute to Yasargil: Global Microsurgery in 3-D
Tuesday, September 29, 4:30 pm – 5:45 pm
M. Gazi Yaşargil, MD, is hailed as one of the greatest neurosurgeons of the twentieth century. He has defined what is possible in neurosurgery, and then demonstrated how to achieve it, often with instruments of his own design. In this tribute course, experts will demonstrate microneurosurgical principles and techniques set by Yaşargil, reviewing the important technical and anatomic nuances for the successful management of complex cranial cases.
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