LARYNGOLOGY – OFFICE BASED AND COMPLEX DIAGNOSES
The Royal Society of Medicine *London, UK Visit the Venue to read more
At this morning meeting, Professor Carl Snyderman will discuss the extended role of endoscopic surgery, explaining the increasing role in both benign and malignant anterior and central skull base tumours.
Understand the expanding role of endoscopic skull base surgery and how this fits with the head and neck MDT for malignant disease
Understand the potential to increase out patient laryngology practice and how to manage the unusual pathologies in the larynx and how these fit with systemic diagnoses
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Accompanying persons not allowed
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