A multidisciplinary approach to skull base trauma
24th November 2020 at 19:00 GMT
For Neurosurgeons and ENT Surgeons: To understand the multidisciplinary approach to skull base trauma, allowing patients with injuries in this interface area to be optimally managed. In addition, an understanding of the other specialty’s considerations in managing specialty-specific aspects of skull base trauma.
- To understand the aetiology, presenting signs, symptoms and management of skull base trauma
- Anatomy, physiology and pathology
- The effects of skull base trauma
- The effects and assessment of poly-trauma and neurological injury
- Surgical and non-surgical management
Mr Mike Wareing
Consultant ENT Surgeon, The Royal London Hospital, The London Clinic
Mr Dimitris Paraskevopoulos
Mr Paraskevopoulos is a Consultant Neurosurgeon at Barts Health NHS Trust (St. Bartholomew’s & The Royal London Hospital) and Honorary Senior Lecturer at the Blizard Institute, QMUL. He is Lead for Skull base surgery and Neuro-oncology at Barts. His subspecialty interests include brain tumours, skull base surgery (anterior and lateral), stereotactic radiosurgery. He has a particular interest in endoscopy and minimally invasive surgery.
Mr Raj Bhalla
Consultant Rhinologist & Skull Base Surgeon, ENT Manchester Foundation Trust & Salford Royal Hospital.
Raj is a tertiary hospital Consultant with a busy practice managing malignant and benign diseases of the skull base and sinuses. He hosts his own endoscopic cadaveric skull base dissection courses, and also teaches and presents on UK and international courses and meetings. He is President-Elect of the British Rhinological Society. He is also a member of the largest skull base MDT in Europe where, for optimal outcomes, he has a well-established mechanism for the multidisciplinary management of complex skull base trauma.
This webinar will be eligible for 1 CPD point.
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