January 16-18, 2015Synthes Medical Education Center Palm Beach Gardens, Florida
This endoscopic sinus surgery course is specifically designed for otolaryngologists, neurosurgeons, ophthalmologists, otolaryngology residents, and/or rhinology fellows, wishing to improve their sinonasal endoscopic surgical skills, through a better understanding of the complex three dimensional endoscopic anatomy of the sinonasal and skull base area. This course focuses primarily on sinonasal, orbital, and skull base anatomy. Therefore, medical therapy of CRS, and other inflammatory or neoplastic diseases, will not be the focus of this course, but will be covered during the panel session. Clinical applications for all of the surgical tech-niques and approaches discussed will be reviewed, utilizing illustrative videos within all presentations. Experienced rhinology and endoscopic skull base faculty from throughout the country will share simple to use, consistent, and reliable endoscopic anatomical landmarks, which are time-tested and used in their own day to day practice, for even the most complex cases, without the need or dependence on intraoperative computer navigation.
Although all of the lectures are provided in English, there will be simultaneous translation in Spanish for our inter-national participants.
Registration Form 2015_ESS_bro.pdf
En Español En_Espanol.pdf
Otolaryngology Update at Sea
June 13 to 20, 2015
This Course is designed for general otolaryngologists wishing to update their fund of knowledge on the latest evidence-based treatments for common otolaryngologic disorders, while enjoying a superb vacation with family and /or friends in one of the most magnificent cruise ships in the world. The equivalent of two days (16 CME hours ) of hard-hitting twenty minute lectures by world experts, are delivered in the most state of the art facilities onboard the Oasis Cruise Ship, embarking from Port Everglades, Ft Lauderdale, Florida. Emphasis will be on the current diagnosis of common disorders, as well as novel treatment modalities, and new techniques. All of the lectures are delivered while cruising at sea, so there will be no conflict with port of call visits in Nassau (Bahamas), St Thomas, and St Marten or other social activities while on board ship. All sessions are arranged by subspecialty topics covering all aspects of otolaryngology: Laryngology, rhinology, facial plastics, head & neck, pediatrics, and otology. Special group events and social activities are scheduled throughout this 1 week cruise for course participants.
For more information contact:
Ivis Perez 305-243-1870