XIV National Congress of the Spanish Skull Base Society SEBAC

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We are pleased to address you to present the XIV National Congress of the Spanish Skull Base Society SEBAC, which will be held in Alicante on October 24 and 25, 2019, under the slogan “Multidisciplinary work in Skull Base Surgery”. The pre-congress “Surgical Anatomy of the 3D Skull Base” will be held on Wednesday, October 23, 2019.

It is a great satisfaction for us to invite you to participate in this meeting, oriented to the participation and interaction between professionals, in which we will be able to share new perspectives for the study and debate of the topics of greatest interest and topicality in the field of skull base surgery.

We have accepted the responsibility and commitment to organize this congress, taking care of every detail and motivated to design a scientific program of maximum interest, with national and international guests of maximum recognition, being open to the participation of all interested parties by presenting communications

We have set the goal of holding a congress in which the goal is the learning of skull-based surgeons, with content aimed primarily at the unification of knowledge among different specialists in this field, with the support of numerous contributions and renowned experts and supported by an important audiovisual support that makes the sessions especially educational and intuitive.

From Alicante, the city chosen as the venue for the meeting, we encourage all professionals related to skull base surgery to participate in this experience and to share some pleasant days with us.

Finally, we want to thank the board of our society (SEBAC), the societies of each specialty, SENEC, SEORL, SECOM and also the Formedika Technical Secretariat for their invaluable help and support for the realization of this congress.

A warm greeting.

9th International Conference on Children’s Bone Health (ICCBH) 22-25 June 2019

A pre-meeting workshop on foramen magnum stenosis in children with achondroplasia was held in Salzburg, Austria at the 9th International Conference on Children’s Bone Health (ICCBH) 22-25 June 2019. The screening, monitoring and surgical approach to foramen magnum stenosis still remains controversial with conflicting guidance in the literature. The structure of the workshop consisted of lectures, a debate, expert and delegate discussion and concluded with a research proposal and further next steps. In total, representation by 40 institutions from 22 different countries that care for approximately 1375 children with achondroplasia, were in attendance.

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