Friday 14th June 2019

Hodgkin Building

Guy’s Campus (near London Bridge Station)

London

Course lead:  Dr Steve Connor

(Surgical course: Prof Dan Jiang and Ms Irumee Pai)

Course fee Consultants £200 Trainees/fellows: £120

(including lunch and refreshments)

-This course provides 7 CPD points in accordance with the CPD scheme of the Royal College of Radiologists

-Recognised by the ESHNR

-Eligible for the European Board in Head and Neck Radiology Diploma.

This course is aimed at senior trainees and consultants with an interest in head and neck or neuro-radiology. There are comprehensive lectures on temporal bone radiology (see attached timetable), an opportunity to observe fresh temporal bone dissections which illustrate the common surgical approaches and to discuss with surgeons what they really want to hear from the radiologist.  There are also opportunities for discussing temporal bone topics with faculty and with other radiologists. Finishing off with a quiz if you are up for the challenge!

Highly experience faculty

Excellent feedback from previous years.

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London Petrous Temporal bone Imaging Course:

Friday 14th June 2019

08:45 – 09:45

Welcome

Radiological anatomy

systematic  approach to temporal bone imaging

Steve Connor

Gordon Museum

09:45 – 10.40

Imaging of the CP angles/Petrous apex  and IAMs Imaging of pulsatile tinnitus  

Steve Connor

Gordon Museum

10:40 – 11:00  

COFFEE BREAK  

11:00 – 11:45  

Middle Ear Imaging

Steve Connor  

Gordon Museum

11:45 – 12:20    

What the surgeon needs to know from the radiologist?

Surgical terminology

Irumee Pai  

Gordon Museum

12:20 – 13:00    

Dissection demonstration stations  

Surgical Faculty

Upper Dissecting Room

13:00 – 13:45    

LUNCH  

Gordon Museum

13:45 – 14:30    

Inner ear and facial nerve imaging

Ata Siddiqui  

Gordon Museum

14:30 – 15:15    

External ear imaging

Summary:  clinical scenarios

Steve Connor  

Gordon Museum

15:15 – 15:35  

COFFEE BREAK

15:35 – 16:15

Quiz & Quiz Review

Gordon Museum