18th Annual Temporal Bone Surgical Course With Microsurgical And Endoscopic Approaches to Otologic Disease

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October 16th & 17th 2020
University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center
11100 Euclid Ave | Cleveland, OH 44106

Learning Objectives

  • Identify middle ear landmarks using the endoscope.
  • List of appropriate indication sfor middle ear endoscopic approaches.
  • Appropriately identify chronic suppurative otitis media (SCOM) vs. Cholesteatoma.
  • Identify patients who whould benefit from ototopical therapy vs. surgical intervention.
  • Demonstrate intact canal mastoidectomy dissection, cananal wall down mastoidectomy, canaplasty, facial nerve decompression dissection, endolymphatic sac decompression, and shunt, posterior semicurcular canal surgery and labyrinthectomy disseection drilling equipment.

Who Should Attend

This program is intended for graduating senior residents interested in an otologic surgery update through a series of lectures and lab dissection sessions using temporal bone specimens. Faculty lectures will be complemented by closely mentored, hands-on lab session offering opportunities for dynamic interaction with faculty. Each participant will have access to a state-of-the-art 10-station lab equipped with a microscope with a flat panel monitor and the latest endoscopic and microdissection tools.

AGENDA

Friday, October 16th

7:00—7:45 am | Registration and Continental Breakfast

7:45—8:00 am  | Introduction
Sarah Mowry, MD & Alejandro Rivas, MD

8:00—9:00 am 

State of the Art Endoscopic Cholesteatoma Surgery
Guest Speaker | Brandon Isaacson, MD
UT Southwestern Medical Center

9:00 - Noon 
Lecture Topics:

  • Endoscopic Surgical Anatomy of the Middle Ear
  • Principles and Pearls of Endoscopic Ear Surgery
  • Endoscopic Tympanoplasty
  • Advanced Endoscopic Management of Middle Ear Masses and CSF leaks
  • Endoscopic Ossiculoplasty
  • Endoscopic Stapes Surgery

12:15—1:00 pm | Lunch

1:00—4:00 pm | Laboratory

4:00—4:15 pm | End of Day Wrap-up

Saturday, October 17th

8:00—8:30 am | Registration and Continental Breakfast

8:30—9:30 am
Current Updates in Meniere’s Disease
Guest Speaker | Matthew Bush, MD, PhD, MBA, FACS
University of Kentucky

9:30—10:30 am
Managing a Difficult Cavity

10:30—Noon 
Laboratory Dissection:

  • Cortical Mastoidectomy
  • Facial Recess
  • Cochleostomy

Noon—1:00 pm | Lunch

1:00—4:00 pm 
Laboratory: 

  • Endolymphatic Sac Decompression
  • Canaloplasty
  • Can wall down mastoidectomy

Conference Adjorns

UH/CWRUSOM Faculty

Sarah Mowry, MD
Co-Course Director
Associate Professor
Department Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery
Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine
UH Ear, Nose & Throat Institute

Alejandro Rivas, MD
Co-Course Director
Professor
Department of Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery
 and Neurological Surgery
Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine
Director, Cochlear Imprant Program
UH Ear, Nose & Throat Institute

Nauman Manzoor, MD
Assistant Professor
Department of Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery
Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine
UH Ear, Nose & Throat Institute

Maroun Semann, MD
Assistant Professor
Department of Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery
Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine

Guest Faculty

Brandon Isaacson, MD, MPH
Professor of Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery
Co-Director, UT Southwestern Comprehensive Skull Base Program
UT Southwestern Medical Center

Matthew L. Bush, MD, PhD, MBA, FACS
UK College of Medicine Endowed Chair in Rural Health Policy
Vice Chair for Research and Associate Professor
Department of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery
University of Kentucky Medical Center

Registration Information - This is a non-CME Course

Register online at: UH Temporal Bone Symposium Registration

Registration for laboratory and lecture is $500.00 Lectures only registration, available to all residents, is $100.00

Conference tuituion includes all education sessions, materials, refreshments, continential breadkfast and box lunch on both days. Register online at UH Temporal Bone Symposium Registration. Laboratory registration is limited to 10 registrants only (PGY 4-5).

Courtyard by Marriott
2021 Cornell Road
Cleveland, OH 44106
1-800-MARRIOTT
www.marriott.com/clece

Late registration and cancellation policy

After Friday, September 25, please register on a space availability basis by calling Jasmine Boggan at 216-844-7435. Full refunds will be made for cancellation on or prior to September 27 only. Cancellation received after that date will require a $50.00 administrative fee.  Contact Jasmine Boaggan at 216-844-7435 or Jasmine.Baggan@UHhospitals.org with any questions.

Location

Laboratory: The Joseph Carter Surgical Laboratory, is located at Lakeside Building, Room 4079 - 4th Floor
Lectures: Bolwell Conference Center, Conference Room A - 1st Floor Bolwell Building

Parking

There are several visitor parking garages on the University Hospitals campus:
UH Drive Parking Garage accesssible from UH Drive, south of Euclid Avenue

No parking validation will be be available.

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