BSO Symposium: Otoendoscopy

Session 28
BSO Symposium: Otoendoscopy
Wednesday 4 July 2018, 15.15-16.15

This 60 minute session is going to give a snapshot of the growing UK / Dutch endoscopic ear surgery field.

The session will also accommodate a basic science talk as a free paper.

Key learning points:

1.  Is endoscopy the new norm of ear surgery ?
2.  Cholesteatoma management, endoscopic, microscopic or combined ?
3.  Recent advances in stem cell treatment for deafness
4.  Endoscopic use of  alternative ‘off the shelf’ grafting material
5.  Practical tips for the novice endoscopist
6. Experience with setting up  endoscopic service, the first in the Netherlands

Chair: Mr Attila Dezso, Consultant Otologist Surgeon, Walsall Manor Hospital and University Hospital Birmingham, UK

Endoscopic ear surgery – the new normal of otology?
Mr Chris Coulson, Consultant ENT surgeon at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham

Cholesteatoma management, TEES, combined or microscopic
Mr Arun Iyer, Consultant ENT Surgeon & Otologist, University Hospital Monklands, Scotland 

FC28.1 Stem Cell Therapies For Sensorineural Hearing Loss – Examining The Role Of Glial Cells
Sameer Mallick, University of Sheffield, UK

Endoscopic use of porcine collagen matrix graft in middle ear surgery
Mr Attila Dezso, Consultant Otologist Surgeon, Walsall Manor Hospital and University Hospital Birmingham, UK

Endoscopic Ear Surgery – Starting out
Mr Peter Valentine, Consultant Otologist, Royal Surrey County Hospital, Guildford, UK

How to set up an otoendoscopy service
Maarten De Wolf, Consultant Otorhinolaryngologist, Academic Medical Centre, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Discussion