HOT TOPICS

HOT TOPICS

TENTATIVE PROGRAM UPDATE 1st April 2022

In this section, topics of significant scientific value will be discussed in the surgical, diagnostic or case management fields. Furthermore, results of prospective studies may be presented.

  • 1. Ricardo Carrau, United States of America
    ENDOSCOPIC TRANSPTERYGOID APPROACHES

  • 2. Paolo Castelnuovo, Italy
    SKULL BASE RECONSTRUCTION

  • 3. Sebastien Froelich, France
    TREATMENT STRATEGIES FOR LARGE OR GIANT PETROCLIVAL MENINGIOMAS

  • 4. Paul Gardner, United States of America
    COMPLICATIONS FOLLOWING ENDOSCOPIC ENDONASAL SURGERY

  • 5. Lars Poulsgaard, Denmark
    GIANT ACOUSTIC NEUROMA TREATMENT

  • 6. Daniel Haenggi, Germany
    TBC

  • 7. Dirk Kunst, The Netherlands
    DUTCH NATIONAL GUIDELINE FOR HEAD AND NECK PARAGANGLIOMAS

  • 8. Michael Link, United States of America
    PROSPECTIVE QUALITY OF LIFE ANALYSIS IN VESTIBULAR SCHWANNOMA PATIENTS UNDERGOING OBSERVATION, RADIATION OR SURGERY

  • 9. Daniele Borsetto, United Kingdom
    UK NATIONAL VESTIBULAR SCHWANNOMA AUDIT: LESSONS LEARNED

  • 10. Piero Nicolai, Italy; Marco Ferrari, Italy
    THE EVOLVING ROLE OF A HISTOLOGY-DRIVEN APPROACH TO SINONASAL CANCERS INVOLVING THE ANTERIOR SKULL BASE

  • 11. Ben Panizza, Australia
    MALIGNANT PERINEURIAL SPREAD FROM CLINIC TO THE LAB AND BACK

  • 12. Ernesto Pasquini, Italy
    TRANSNASAL TRANSCLIVAL APPROACH FOR CLIVUS CHORDOMA

  • 13. Mario Sanna, Italy
    MANAGEMENT OF PETROUS APEX LESIONS

  • 14. Andrew King , United Kingdom
    VS MICROENVIROMENT – WHAT IS IT AND WHAT CAN IT DO FOR YOU?

  • 15. Carl H. Snyderman, United States of America
    TEAM-BASED APPROACH FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF VASCULAR INJURY DURING ENDOSCOPIC ENDONASAL SURGERY

  • 16. Marcos Tatagiba, Germany
    SURGICAL MANAGEMENT OF 1,500 VESTIBULAR SCHWANNOMAS IN THE ERA OF RADIOSURGERY WITH FOCUS ON TUMOR CONTROL AND CRANIAL NERVES FUNCTION

  • 17. Nick Thomas, United Kingdom
    PETROUS APEX MENINGIOMA MANAGEMENT

  • 18. Barbara Vischioni, Italy
    MANAGEMENT OF LOCALLY ADVANCED SINONASAL TUMORS: THE RT POINT OF VIEW

  • 19. Anil Nanda, United States of America
    PETROCLIVAL MENINGIOMAS MANAGEMENT

  • 20. Michael Gleeson, United Kingdom
    JUST A FEW MORE MOMENTS OF YOUR TIME PLEASE. A REFLECTION ON 40 YEARS OF CLINICAL PRACTICE

  • 21. Giovanni Danesi, Italy
    THE VALUE OF THE ”WAIT AND SCAN POLICY” IN ACOUSTIC NEUROMA MANAGEMENT

  • 22. Gareth Evans, United Kingdom
    CLINICAL GENDER AND MOLECULAR FEATURES OF NF2: RESULTS FROM OVER 1600 PATIENTS

  • 23. Mario Turri Zanoni, Italy
    CRANIAL BASE MALIGNANT TUMORS

  • 24. Davide Locatelli, Italy
    ENDOSCOPY IN SELLAR PATHOLOGIES: JUST LOOKING AROUND THE CORNER?

  • 25. Ivan Radovanovic, Canada
    THE EVOLUTION AND CURRENT RESULTS OF MINIMALLY INVASIVE SURGERY FOR ANTERIOR CIRCULATION ANEURYSMS.

  • 26. Kyle Van Koevering, United States of America
    INDUCTION CHEMOTHERAPY IN SINONASAL MALIGNANCIES

  • 27. Peter Tomazic, Austria
    ANATOMIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL NUANCES IN ADVANCED APPROACHES TO THE SINUSES AND SKULL BASE

  • 28. Joachim Oertel, Germany
    DURAL CLOSURE WITHOUT FLAP: OUR TECHNIQUE

  • 29. Pablo Recinos, United States of America
    FROM CORNEA TO CHIASM: A SKULL BASE SURGEON’S PERSPECTIVE ON THE ORBIT

  • 30. Daniel Prevedello, United States of America
    TREATMENTSTRATEGIES FOR LARGE OR GIANT ANTERIOR SKULL BASE MENINGIOMAS

  • 31. Simonetta Gerevini, Italy
    SKULL BASE IMAGING OF CRANIAL NERVES: TECHNIQUE AND PITFALLS

  • 32. Marco Cenzato, Italy
    BRAINSTEM SURGERY: SURGICAL CONSIDERATIONS

  • 33. Torstein R. Meling, Germany
    MENINGIOMAS-CONTROVERSIES AND NEW DEVELOPMENTS

  • 34. Richard Mannion, United Kingdom
    SURGICAL DECISION MAKING – IS TUMOUR REMOVAL THE ULTIMATE GOAL

  • 35. Fabio Calbucci, Italy
    PETROUS BONE MENINGIOMA

  • 36. Brandon Isaacson, USA
    TBC
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