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The anatomy and actual number of branches of the sphenopalatine artery: surgical implications

Endoscopic sphenopalatine artery ligation or cauterisation is nowadays the main treatment for epistaxis unresponsive to medical therapy. However, on review of the literature, there appears to be confusion relating to the anatomical nomenclature of the sphenopalatine artery branches and more...

Endoscopic Transnasal Anatomy of the Skull Base and Adjacent Areas

This book is a well-designed colour atlas of sinus surgery which is up to date with all the modern techniques used in endoscopic sinus surgery. The multiple authors include well-established and renowned surgeons. It is divided into distinct chapters, with...

The Tarabichi – Stammberger Ear & Sinus Institute Course Scholarship

The Tarabichi – Stammberger Ear & Sinus Institute announces the 19th Annual Endoscopic Ear & Sinus and 1st Lateral Skull Base Hands-on Cadaveric Dissection Course, 29 March – 3 April 2020 at American Hospital & Mohammed Bin Rashid Academic Medical...

MATTU: Guildford Sinus and Skull-Base Surgery Course

A 3 day hands on suns and skull base dissection course for senior trainees and consultants using fresh frozen cadaveric specimens. The course will comprise a series of lectures with much of the time devoted to lab dissection. There will...

10th SARC (Singapore Allergy & Rhinology Conference) 2019— 1st SARC Sleep Workshop— 6th SARC FESS Workshop

10th Singapore Allergy & Rhinology Conference: 25-27 April 2019 1st SARC Sleep Workshop: 25-26 April 2019 6th SARC FESS Workshop: 27-28 April 2019

A 3D-printed endoscopic sinus surgery simulator – validity testing

The challenge of gaining sufficient experiential learning to successfully navigate the learning curve toward competence has long been a challenge in surgical education. The COVID-19 pandemic, and its impact on elective capacity, has presented a further challenge to the acquisition...

3D-printed temporal bone models - how good can they be?

In the era of increasingly difficult and expensive-to-come-by cadaveric temporal bones with which to practise drilling and learn the complex 3D anatomy of the temporal bone, decent alternatives would be welcome. McMillan et al report a prospective comparison study in...

1st Core Trainees Virtual Temporal Bone Competition

Report by: Neil Killick, ST7 Otolaryngology; Rajesh Anmolsingh, ST5 Otolaryngology; Michael Chu, CT1 Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust. Candidate’s perspective As a first year core trainee, watching the otology consultant painstakingly instruct the registrar where to drill and where not...

Otology & Neurotology in the COVID-19 Era: International Virtual Bootcamp Course on Endoscopic and Exoscopic Ear and Lateral Skull Base Surgery

By Arun Iyer, University Hospital Monklands, UK COVID-19 has brought challenges in otology. This is partly because many otological procedures are aerosol-generating. There have also been difficulties in organising conferences and teaching due to travel restrictions and social distancing. Therefore,...

PHACON artificial bone models for ENT training

Simulation, both in training and clinical practice, has become an increasingly important facet of a surgeon’s life. The escalating costs of cadaveric material makes synthetic alternatives an attractive proposition but, up until recently, these artificial versions have lacked the material...

9th Dubai Otology, Neurotology & Skull Base Surgery Conference

The 9th edition of the Dubai Otology, Neurotology and Skull Base Surgery Conference & Exhibition will take place 10-12 October 2021 in Dubai, UAE, as a physical in-person event. A flagship event of the UAE Ministry of Health, Dubai Otology...