Minimally invasive approaches to the skull base have revolutionized skull base surgery over the last two decades and have become one of the most important emerging trends in neurosurgery. This one-day online course will demonstrate key surgical steps and provide step-by-step instruction in three different approaches: endonasal, transorbital, and supraorbital. Through lectures and case presentations, then real-time cadaver dissection, the instructors will take participants through each approach and answer questions from the online audience.
Virtual Lectures, Q&A, and Live-Streamed Cadaver Dissection
More information and online registration: http://bit.ly/3EXCAWw
*This Continuing Medical Education (CME) was designed for practicing neurosurgeons, otolaryngologists, oculoplastics surgeons, fellows, and residents. Nurses, NPs, and PAs are also welcome.
CME Course Director:
Theodore H. Schwartz, MD
Vice Chair for Clinical Research
David and Ursel Barnes Professor in Minimally Invasive Surgery
Professor of Neurosurgery, Neurology, and Otolaryngology
Director, Center for Epilepsy and Pituitary Surgery
Co-Director, Surgical Neuro-oncology
Weill Cornell Medical College
CME Course Coordinator
Please contact Jessica Bloom: firstname.lastname@example.org for registration questions.
Friday, June 9 at 8:00am to 4:00pmVirtual Event
Anesthesiology, Neurological Surgery, Neurology, Continuing Medical Education, Ophthalmology, Otolaryngology (ENT)
$10 - $250
CME course lecture flyer
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