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Preserving Frontal Sinus Patency: Landmark evidence in management of Frontal Sinus Disease

Aired on 8.30.2016
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Preserving Frontal Sinus Patency: Landmark evidence in management of Frontal Sinus Disease
Join us for a live interactive webcast with experts in the field of Rhinology, Dr. Ameet Singh and Dr. Roheen Raithatha, as they discuss the latest evidence in optimizing outcomes of frontal sinus surgery in chronic sinusitis patients. Discussions will include strategies and techniques of endoscopic frontal sinus surgery as well as latest evidence and case studies on the managing post-operative inflammation with localized drug delivery

Description

Join us for a live interactive webcast with experts in the field of Rhinology, Dr. Ameet Singh and Dr. Roheen Raithatha, as they discuss the latest evidence in optimizing outcomes of frontal sinus surgery in chronic sinusitis patients. Discussions will include strategies and techniques of endoscopic frontal sinus surgery as well as latest evidence and case studies on the managing post-operative inflammation with localized drug delivery

Directors & Faculty

Directors

Ameet Singh, MD

Associate Professor of Surgery and Neurological Surgery | Director, Rhinology & Skull-Base Surgery

Roheen Raithatha, MD

​Clinical Instructor, The Mount Sinai Hospital New York Eye and Ear Infirmary of Mount Sinai 


Additional Faculty

Agenda

7:00 pm - 7:05 pm
Introduction

7:05 pm - 7:55 pm
Presentations and Discussion

7:55 pm - 8:00 pm
Concluding Remarks

Topics Covered

  • Anatomy of frontal sinus
  • Pre-operative planning
  • Intra-operative techniques of frontal sinus surgery
  • Evidence in optimizing post-operative outcomes with localized drug delivery

Objectives

This webcast aims to target the following objectives:

  • Understand the anatomy of frontal sinus
  • Discuss pre-operative planning and intra-operative techniques of frontal sinus surgery
  • Highlight latest evidence in optimizing post-operative outcomes with localized drug delivery through case studies