New Generation Neuroendoscopy

Clinical Observer Course on Transnasal Endoscopic Skull Base Surgery

Date: 16.11.2016
Venue: Budapest

Program: download

This free of charge event is a one-day observer course on transnasal endoscopic skull base surgery, organized as satellite symposium to the Annual Congress of the Hungarian Neurosurgical Society. After practical oriented lectures you can experience live surgeries, demonstrating rhinoneurosurgical cooperation in endoscopic transnasal surgery.

For registration please contact Dr. Loránd Eröss
Email: l.g.eross@gmail.com

 

The ENDOMIN College is pleased to announce the “NEW GENERATION NEUROSURGICAL EDUCATION” in ENDOSCOPIC & MINIMAL INVASIVE NEUROSURGERY.

The curriculum consists of dissection courses in Berlin/Germany, advanced dissection courses in Budapest/Hungary, clinical observer (master) courses in Zurich/Switzerland and an international fellowship up to six months. NEW GENERATION means the new generation of trainees, having the opportunity to grow up with these techniques, as well as the new education concept, providing a stepwise, comprehensive and practically oriented training in cranial Neurosurgery. All events are approved by the Neuroendoscopy Committee of the World Federation of Neurosurgical Societies (WFNS).

This one-day clinical observer course in Budapest is designed for neurosurgeons and ENT surgeons with basic experience in endoscopic and minimal invasive transnasal Neurosurgery. After practical oriented lectures you will experience two live surgeries, demonstrating rhinoneurosurgical cooperation in endoscopic transnasal surgery.

You will see every little detail of setting up and performing such surgeries and handling unforeseen situations. This will certainly shorten your personal learning curve and help you to avoid unnecessary complications.

 

Loránd Eröss, MD, PhD
Budapest/Hungary

Robert Reisch, MD, PhD
Zurich/Switzerland

Hans Rudolf Briner, MD
Zurich/Switzerland

 

 

Országos Klinikai Idegtudományi Intézet
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1145 Budapest

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