Wien, Hands-on, Advanced Course English 27-29 September 2016



Attingo dissection course

Multiportal Approaches to the Skull Base
1st International Hands-On Course

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In the past years endoscopic endonasal techniques have undergone significant advances. Indeed, it is now possible to say that the nose and paranasal sinuses have changed from just a potential site of various diseases to a natural surgical corridor toward hidden and deeper anatomical structures. Furthermore, the ability to resect and reconstruct skull base defects has dramatically improved, thus making endoscopic techniques a valuable tool for skull base surgeons. Given the ever expanding surgical possibilities, a continuous improvement of anatomical knowledge is mandatory. Notwithstanding, some there are still limitations to transnasal approach. Limiting our vision to transnasal route reduce significantly our ability to deal with the virtually endless scenario of skull base diseases. Transoral and transorbital approaches are extremely versatile routes that can be integrated with transnasal one giving rise to what can be called “multiportal skull base surgery”. Surgical anatomy for transoral and transorbital procedures are less familiar to skull base surgeons.
For this reason, we have designed a course specifically dedicated to advanced anatomy around the skull base, including not only the endonasal perspective but also the transorbital and transoral ones. The “traditional” endoscopic approach to the ventral skull base (transcribriform, transsphenoidal and transclival windows) will be integrated with recent advancements in transorbital and transoral anatomy and approaches. Our goal is to produce an holistic vision of the different surgical windows made possible using the nasal, orbital and oral corridors. Anatomical and radiological lectures, intensive anatomical dissection under strict supervision and clinical cases discussion represent the key points of this advanced yet practical course. A movie-guided dissection perfectly represents our didactic philosophy based on a “step-by-step” approach. The face-to-face relationship between the faculty and participants makes this course an important starting point for all specialists who want to explore the fascinating field of endoscopic skull base surgery. The new anatomic training centre offers an ideal site for this experience. While the task may be challenging, it is extremely exciting. We hope that participants will help us to reach our goal.


P. Castelnuovo , I. Dallan, M. Tschabitscher


Registration

The course is limited to 20 participants. registrations must be set to Organizing Secretariat following the steps:

New Attingo website user: 
- Click on the subscribe top-right link and create your personal account
- An activation e-mail will confirm your registration
- Log in and choose the course

Registered Attingo website user: 
- Log in and click on the subscribe top-right link

 

Payment Modalities


Course Fee: € 2.420 (VAT included)

Bank Transfer to:

Attingo Associazione Scientifica
Banca Prossima
Filial Milano - 05000
Bank Code: 100000012357 
IBAN: IT60Y0335901600100000012357 
BIC: BCITITMX 
Reference: Family Name & First Name of the participant - Wien Multiportal 2016


Registration fee includes:

  • tuition
  • gala dinner
  • certificate of attendance
  • coffee-breaks
  • lunches

Organizing Secretariat

ATTINGO
Varese – Italy
www.attingo-edu.it
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Phone: + 39 377.321.715.0
Fax: + 39 0332-16.41.148

Faculty

Paolo Battaglia, Varese, Italy

Maurizio Bignami, Varese, Italy

Andrea Bolzoni Villaret, Brescia, Italy

Frank Rikki Canevari, Alessandria, Italy

Riccardo Carrau, Columbus, OH, USA

Paolo Castelnuovo, Varese, Italy

Luigi Maria Cavallo, Napoli, Italy

Iacopo Dallan, Pisa, Italy

Matteo De Notaris, Benevento, Italy

Francesco Doglietto, Brescia, Italy

Sebastien Froelich, Paris, France

Christos Georgalas, Athens, Greece

Philippe Hermann, Paris, France

Davide Locatelli, Legnano, Italy

Davide Lombardi, Brescia, Italy

Roberto Maroldi, Brescia, Italy

Diego Mazzantena, Bologna, Italy

Anna Mercuri, Varese, Italy

Michael Mokry, Graz, Austria

Piero Nicolai, Brescia, Italy

Ernesto Pasquini, Bologna, Italy

Andrea Pistochini, Varese, Italy

Daniel Prevedello, Columbus, OH, USA

Stefano Sellari Franceschini, Pisa, Italy

Domenico Solari, Napoli, Italy

Manfred Tschabitscher, Wien, Austria

Mario Turri Zanoni, Varese, Italy

Wouter Van Furth, Leiden, The Netherlands

Course program

 27 September 2016

09:00 - 09:15

Target philosophy

09:15 - 10:30

Nasal fossae, paranasal sinuses and transcribriform window

(20') - Systematic anatomy and endoscopic perspectives
(20') - Radiological considerations
(20') - How to get oriented?
(15') - Clinical cases and surgical considerations (video presentation)

 

 

11:00 - 13:00

Dissection

14:00 - 15:15

Trans-sphenoidal and transclival windows

(20') - Systematic anatomy and endoscopic perspectives
(20') - Radiological considerations
(20') - How to get oriented?
(15') - Clinical cases and surgical considerations (video presentation)

15:15 - 18:30

Dissection

28 September 2016

08:00 - 09:15

Transnasal (transmaxillary) and transoral approach to parapharyngeal spaces

(20') - Systematic anatomy and endoscopic perspectives
(20') - Radiological consideration
(20') - How to get oriented?
(15') - Clinical cases and surgical considerations (video presentation)

09:15 - 13:00

Dissection

13:30 - 14:30

Transnasal transorbital window

(20') - Systematic anatomy and endoscopic perspectives
(20') - Radiological consideration
(20') - How to get oriented?
(15') - Clinical cases and surgical considerations (video presentation)

14:30 - 18:00

Dissection

29 September 2016

8:00 - 9:15

Transorbital-transpalpebral window

(20') - Systematic anatomy and endoscopic perspectives
(20') - Radiological consideration
(20') - How to get oriented?
(15') - Clinical cases and surgical considerations (video presentation)

09:15 - 13:00

Dissection

14:00 - 15:15:

Combined procedures / multiportal approaches

(20') - Systematic anatomy and endoscopic perspectives
(20') - Radiological consideration
(20') - How to get oriented?
(20) - Clinical cases and surgical considerations (video presentation)

15:15 - 18:15

Dissection

Hotel Accommodation

A short list of hotel close to the University is given below:

Hotel Regina
Hotel Harmonie
Hotel Atlanta

A more complete list of hotels placed near the course venue can be easily found on the Internet.

Change in the Program may take place

2016-09-27 07:00:00
2016-09-29 19:00:00