This 4 day course is designed to bring the practicing physician interested in imaging the head and neck a range of useful and state-of-the-art information regarding the performance of imaging exams, the important anatomy and typical and unusual imaging findings, and pathology of a broad spectrum of diseases. This practical information from some of the very best speakers and experts in their field will present to you vital information on the most common pathologies that you can use immediately in your own practice. The course has been structured to provide a wide range of lectures regarding common problems seen in an active practice. The faculty will lecture on diseases of the head and neck, and will also present interesting case sessions for active audience participation. The faculty is completely accessible for informal discussions, to answer questions, and to help participants with problem areas in imaging.
The course is located in the Sheraton Towers Singapore. It is centrally located along Scotts Road, just a 10-minute walk from the Orchard Road, shopping and entertainment district. With the Mass Rapid Transit just next door, the hotel is easily accessible to the Central Business District, exhibition centers and major places of interests including the Esplanade Arts Centre.
At the Conclusion of this course, the participant should be able to:
- Review the normal anatomy of the head and neck as depicted on imaging studies, and understand the compartment approach to lesion location.
- Understand the imaging approach to patients with common head and neck presentations.
- Increase your knowledge of the imaging of head and neck neoplasia, and the proper staging of tumors.
- Understand the limitations of imaging in disease of the head and neck.
Radiologists, Head and Neck Surgeons, Neurosurgeons, Otologists, Orthopedic surgeons, Radiation Oncologists, Radiology, and Otolaryngology residents or fellows, and other allied health care providers with an interest in the imaging and treatment of Head and Neck anatomy and pathology.