University of Michigan Temporal Bone Dissection Course November 9-13, 2020, Temporal Bone Lab - Room 4643, Monday, 09. November 2020

This extensive five-day course is designed as a complete temporal bone dissection course for the resident or fellow in training or as an update for the practicing otolaryngologist. The course seeks to improve the surgical skill of participants through a series of dissection exercises and review of topics in otology, neurotology and skull base surgery. Upon completion of the course, participants will understand clinical decision making and will have improved basic temporal bone dissection skills so as to avoid technical errors in performing ear surgery, thus leading to fewer patient complications. Dissection exercises include:


Canal Wall Down Mastoidectomy


Facial Nerve Decompression


Facial Recess Dissection


Intact Canal Wall Mastoidectomy


Meatoplasty


Middle Cranial Fossa and Lateral Approaches to the Temporal Bone


Ossicular Reconstruction


Stapedectomy


Translabyrinthine Approach to Internal Auditory Canal


Transmastoid Labyrinthectomy


Tympanoplasty


Emphasis will be placed on providing the physician with a conceptual understanding of the three-dimensional temporal bone anatomy. The course emphasizes intensive hands-on dissection under faculty supervision for six hours daily, rather than observation of videotapes or live surgery.

Monday, 09. November 2020, Temporal Bone Lab - Room 4643, University of Michigan Temporal Bone Dissection Course November 9-13, 2020

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