Form and Function 2

Ablation and free flap insetting, perspectives from head and neck surgeons

Form and Function 2


Ablation and free flap insetting, perspectives from head and neck surgeons

Course Programme

Maxilla and midface

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Paul Norris

Pearls and pitfalls for resection and free flap insetting for Maxilla and midface

Mandible

eg head shots.008

Brian Bisase

Pearls and pitfalls for resection and free flap insetting for Mandible

Tongue and FOM

eg head shots.001

Jag Dhanda

Pearls and pitfalls for resection and free flap insetting for Tongue and FOM

Oropharynx and soft palate

eg head shots.010

Ash Gulati

Pearls and pitfalls for resection and free flap insetting for Oropharynx and soft palate

Larynx

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Cameron Davies-Husband

Pearls and pitfalls for resection and free flap insetting for the Larynx

Functional consequences of ablation on speech and swallowing

EGHN Speakers Ablation.001

Claire Rodd and Jane Dawson

Functional consequences of ablation on speech and swallowing

QoL measures and what matters ?

EGHN Speakers Ablation.001

Anastasios Kanatas

QoL measures and what matters?

Minimal access and robotics, transoral techniques

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Vin Paleri

QoL measures and what matters?

Unknown primary, recurrence and salvage surgery

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Jean-Pierre Jeanon

Unknown primary, recurrence and salvage surgery

Form & Function Series Courses

Registration

Registration Fee - £100.00

The cost of registration has been heavily subsidised to reduce the financial burden on trainees.

Date

Limited Availability

There are limited exposures for trainees to perform the ablative procedures, and both the management and decision making can be challenging in their own right. To address this the East Grinstead H&N Research Group have developed a multidisciplinary course at a low registration fee per candidate,  places are available on a first come basis.

  • ENT, OMFS, and SALT perspective in ablation
  • Pearls and pitfalls for reconstruction to ensure optimal results in function, speech and swallowing
  • Resection of maxilla, mandible, oropharynx/soft palate
  • Transoral techniques
  • Management of unknown primary
  • Management of Recurrence
  • Salvage surgery
  • Larynx ablation
  • Insetting for pharyngeal reconstruction
  • Robot and minimal access work
  • Review of functional consequences of ablation, assessment and management

To register your interest for the course please fill out the form below

 

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Form and Function 2

Ablation and free flap insetting, perspectives from head and neck surgeons

Registration Fee - £100.00

The cost of registration has been heavily subsidised to reduce the financial burden on trainees.

Date

Course Content
  • ENT, OMFS, and SALT perspective in ablation
  • Pearls and pitfalls for reconstruction to ensure optimal results in function, speech and swallowing
  • Resection of maxilla, mandible, oropharynx/soft palate
  • Transoral techniques
  • Management of unknown primary
  • Management of Recurrence
  • Salvage surgery
  • Larynx ablation
  • Insetting for pharyngeal reconstruction
  • Robot and minimal access work
  • Review of functional consequences of ablation, assessment and management
Panel Based Discussion
Course Registration

To register your interest for the course please fill out the form below

 

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Form and Function 2

Ablation and free flap insetting, perspectives from head and neck surgeons

Registration Fee - £100.00

The cost of registration has been heavily subsidised to reduce the financial burden on trainees.

Date

Venue Location

Venue Location

Course Registration

To register your interest for the course please fill out the form below

 

Submit

Form and Function 2

Ablation and free flap insetting, perspectives from head and neck surgeons

Registration fee - £100.00

The cost of registration has been heavily subsidised to reduce the financial burden on trainees.

Date