22nd Advanced Functional Endoscopic Sinus Surgery Course Frontal Sinus Masterclass

2019-11-28 - 2019-11-30 All day

The rest of the Faculty is made up of very experienced and highly trained surgeons, most of whom have done Rhinology Fellowships.  This blend of youth and experience ensure a high level of experienced supervision for all dissectors.


  • 3D Anatomy of the sinus and skull base
  • Optimising the surgical field
  • International frontal sinus classification
  • Decision making in the frontal sinus
  • Surgical approaches to the frontal
  • Dealing with the difficult frontal sinus
    • neo osteogenesis
    • isolate frontal sinusitis
    • frontal mucoceles
    • osteomas
  • Nasal polyps and the frontal
  • Technique and improving outcomes of frontal drillout
  • Complication in frontal sinus surgery
    • Dealing with AEA
  • Orbital hematoma
    • CSF leaks
  • Evidence of outcomes with pedicled flaps

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