Dept of ENT— HNS, Base Hospital Delhi Cantt Army College of Medical Sciences
Announce "Post Graduate Teaching & Cadaveric Dissection Workshop in Head Neck Surgery - 2011"
• Unique format workshop including theoretical and practical aspects of Head Neck Surgery.
• Comprehensive coverage of clinical protocols in management of Head Neck Malignancies.
• Improve surgical skills by supervised hands on training on cadavers • Reputed National Faculty
Registration - Hands on : Rs 4000/-; Observer : Rs 1000/-• Hurry — Limited Seats only. Please confirm availability of vacancy before making payment. Contact Organising Secretary for details.
We invite colleagues and students to avail this opportunity to sharpen skills in Head Neck Surgery.
Col Ajith Nilakantan Prof & HOD (ENT) Base Hospital & ACMS, Delhi Cantt
For Details Please Contact Organising Secretary — Lt Col AK Mishra
(+91-9560111766) Tel : Office - 011-23337118;
Email : ent.bhdcPgmail.com
Department of ENT— Head Neck Surgery, BHDC & ACMS— 110 010
Differential diagnosis of pediatric tumors of the nasal cavity and paranasal sinuses: a 45-year multi-institutional review.
Differential diagnosis of pediatric tumors of the nasal cavity and paranasal sinuses: a 45-year multi-institutional review.
Holsinger FC, Hafemeister AC, Hicks MJ, Sulek M, Huh WW, Friedman EM.
Department of Head and Neck Surgery, University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX 77030, USA. email@example.com
We conducted a retrospective case-series review to identify the various diagnoses of neoplasms of the nasal cavity and paranasal sinuses in a pediatric population. Our study group was made up of 54 children-23 boys and 31 girls, aged 8 months to 16 years (mean: 9 yr). All patients had been diagnosed with a tumor of the nasal cavity or paranasal sinuses between Jan. 1, 1955, and Dec. 31, 1999, at one of four university-based, tertiary care referral centers. We compiled data on tumoral characteristics (location, size, and histopathology), morbidity and mortality, and rates of recurrence. Lesions included adnexal neoplasm, ameloblastic fibro-odontoma, basal cell carcinoma, benign fibrous histiocytoma, blue nevus, chondrosarcoma, compound nevus, epithelioma adenoides cysticum, esthesioneuroblastoma, Ewing sarcoma, fibrosarcoma, giant cell granuloma, granulocytic sarcoma, hemangioma, hemangiopericytoma, Langerhans cell histiocytosis, lymphangioma, lymphoma, melanoma, neuroblastoma, neurofibroma, ossifying osteofibroma, osteochondroma, osteosarcoma, port wine stain, rhabdomyosarcoma, Spitz nevus, and xanthogranuloma. To the best of our knowledge, this is the largest such study of its kind to date. We believe that the large size of this study and the data on disease incidence will allow clinicians to be better informed of the differential diagnosis of neoplasms of the nasal cavity and paranasal sinuses in the pediatric population.
PMID: 21086277 [PubMed - in process]
Date:May 12, 2011 - May 14, 2011
Dr. Prahlada N.B
ENT, Head & Neck Surgery and Skull Base Surgery,
BGS Global Hospital, Kengeri, Bangalore-560080
This Otoscope was aquired by Dr Atul Jain (Delhi)from an scrape market in China recently.The performance of otoscope is fairly good with magnifyning lens incorporated in it.The side funnel is used for light (May be sunlight).The Otoscope has no markings and the year of manufacturing can not be ascertained.
Simultaneous involvement of larynx and middle ear in pulmonary tuberculosis.
Parab SR, Khan MM, Ghaisas VS.
Department of OtoRhinoLaryngology, M.I.M.E.R. Medical College, Pune, India. firstname.lastname@example.org
We present a rare case of simultaneous involvement of larynx and ear in a patient with pulmonary tuberculosis. The aim of this article is to create an awareness of Ear Nose Throat tuberculosis, and to consider tuberculosis in the differential diagnosis of ear and laryngeal diseases.
We are publishing an indexed ENT Journal ,which comes out twice in a year.
We want it to be displayed in Otolaryngology update.
Name of the journal--"ORISSA JOURNAL OF OTOLARYNGOLOGY AND HEAD & NECK SURGERY"The recent issue will come out in next week.
Dr. D. Panigrahi.
Assoc. Editor, OJOL & HNS
Bhubaneswar , Orissa
Tel. (0) 9937406635
With this e-mail I am pleased to invite you to the "9th ASAN RHINOPLASTY SYMPOSIUM"
The 2011 Course will take place in Seoul, South Korea, in the next May, from 7 to 8.
Please find attached the pdf version for your consideration.
Please visit the website www.ars2011.comfor registration, to view the details about the
program, and hotel accommodation.
You are welcome to join us for advanced learning opportunities on basic and
cutting-edge techniques of Asian rhinoplasty. This two-day international gathering in
rhinoplasty features three live surgeries and a number of lectures by experts in
Asian rhinoplasty from Korea, Taiwan, and Hong Kong. This symposium could
serve as a unique opportunity for you to deepen your understanding of rhinoplasty for
Please share this mail with your colleagues interested in this field.
I am very much looking forward to welcome you in Seoul on May, 7-8, 2011.
Prof. Yong Ju Jang, MD.PhD.
Department of Otolaryngology
Asan Medical Center
University of Ulsan Colllege of Medicine
René Le Fort (1869-1951) was a French army surgeon who conducted a series of thorough, if somewhat macabre, experiments on the heads of cadavers. The results of his work gave rise to a system of classifying facial fractures, now known as Le Fort types I, II and III. Le Fort had a distinguished career in surgery and teaching and served in both world wars.
Le Fort II fractures: Findings include marked facial edema with telecanthus, bilateral subconjunctival hemorrhages, and mobility of the maxilla. Epistaxis or CSF rhinorrhea may be noted.
Le Fort III fractures: Findings include the appearance of facial elongation and flattening (ie, dishface deformity). Maxilla often is displaced posteriorly, causing an anterior open bite. Grasping the teeth and hard palate and gently moving them results in movement of all facial bones in relation to the cranium. CSF rhinorrhea is almost always present but may be obscured by epistaxis.
In some instances, maxillary fractures are a combination of two or three Le Fort types. Although this system of classification is considered somewhat simplistic
Seven bones make up the bony orbit:
Frontal bone (Pars orbitalis)
Ethmoid bone (Lamina papyracea)
Zygomatic bone (Orbital process of the zygomatic bone)
Maxillary bone (Orbital surface of the body of the maxilla)
Palatine bone (Orbital process of palatine bone)
Sphenoid bone (Greater and lesser wings)
Foramina and openings
Head of ENT department, Al-Nahdha Hospital, Ministry of Health, Sultanate of Oman - General ENT / Otology
Consultant Otolaryngologist, Fellow in Otolaryngology in
Dalhousie University at Halifax - General ENT / Rhinology
Professor and Acting Head at Division of Otolaryngology, Dept of Surgery, Faculty of Medicine, Dalhousie University at Halifax - Otology / Basic Research
Associate Professor of Clinical Otolaryngology Head & Neck Surgery, University of Illinois, Chicago, USA - Rhinology / ESS
Consultant Otolaryngologist, Whipps Cross Hospital, London,
UK - General ENT / Phonosurgery
Peter J Catalano
Chairman of the Lahey Clinic’s Department of Otolaryngology and concurrently serves as an Associate Professor of Otolaryngology at Boston University Rhinologist & Otologist, USA.
Associate Professor Otolaryngology, Mount Sinai Medical Centre,
New York, USA
Claussen C F
Former Professor Neurotology, Wurzburg University, President, Intl. Neurotological
Equilibrium Society, Germany
Professor of Otolaryngology, Nottingham University, UK - Otology & Neurobiology
Consultant Otolaryngologist, Weill College of Medicine of Cornell University, New York
Deepak Rajender Kumar:
Consultant AudioVestibular Medicine, University Hospital, Cardiff, United Kingdom - Otology/ Audio-Vestibular Medicine.
Consultant Otolaryngologist-Head & Neck Surgeon Wrightington, Wigan & Leigh NHS Foundation Trust- Rhinology/
Professor (APL) at the Dept. of Otorhinolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery, Ludwig-Maximilians University of Munich - Rhinology/Endoscopic Sinus Surgery
Director, European Sialendoscopy Training Centre,Geneva, Switzerland
Professor and Program Director in the Department of Otolaryngology at Dalhousie University - Rhinology / Medical Reseach
Consultant ENT Surgeon in Royal Wolverhampton Hospitals NHS Trust & Russells Hall Hospital, Dudley and Hon. Sr. Lecturer in ENT in University of Birmingham - General ENT / Otology Basis Research
Professor of Otolaryngology, University of Wurzberg, Germany - Otologist/ Neurotologist
Assistant Professor of Surgery – Otolaryngology, Dartmouth Medical School, Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center, Lebanon, NH - Head and Neck Surgery
Consultant ENT Surgeon, North Cheshire Hospitals, Member of AAC Royal College of Surgeons England - Rhinology/ Rhinoplasty/ Facial Plastic
Lokmann Saim :
Dean, Faculty of Medicine and Director, University Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM) Medical Centre, Professor of Otorhinolaryngology, Kula Lumpur - General ENT / Otology / Tissue Engineering in ENT.
Dr. Magne Tvinnereim:
Consultant Otolaryngologist, EuroSleep Clinic, Bergen, Norway
Prof. Giorgio Guidetti:
Professor of Therapy and Vestibular Rehabilitation
The School of Specialization in Audiology and Phoniatry, University of Ferrara,Italy.
With new advances being made in the field of otolaryngology on an almost daily basis keeping abreast of the latest research findings and state of the art treatments can be challenging. The specialism contains many facets, and the need to focus on specific areas, while encompassing all relevant issues to enhance the knowledge of health professionals is essential.
Meet and do business with the key decision-makers in this important industry by being part of the Middle East Update in Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery.
Bookings are currently well underway for OTO 2011 with prime spaces already being reserved by many of our exhibitors. To ensure you receive a space of your choice, please call +971 4 3365161 or email email@example.com to discuss exhibiting opportunities.
Primary cartilage tympanoplasty: our technique and results.
Khan MM, Parab SR.
Cartilage has shown to be a promising graft material to close tympanic membrane perforations. However, due to its rigid quality, doubts are raised regarding its sound conduction properties. It has been suggested that acoustic benefit may be obtained by thinning the cartilage. We describe our innovative method for harvesting tragal cartilage from the same endaural incision and also describe preparation of the graft by slicing it. We present our 3-year experience of shield cartilage type 1 tympanoplasty using sliced tragal cartilage-perichondrium composite graft.
AIM: The aim of this study was to prove the success rate of our technique of shield cartilage tympanoplasty using sliced tragal cartilage graft in terms of functional and anatomic results.
STUDY DESIGN: Retrospective analysis of type 1 cartilage tympanoplasties using sliced tragal cartilage was carried out in MIMER Medical College and Sushrut ENT Hospital during May 2005 to January 2008 with a minimum follow-up of 2 years.
METHOD AND MATERIALS: A total of 223 ears were operated by our technique.
RESULTS: The overall success rate of our technique was 98.20% in terms of perforation closure and air bone gap closure within 7.06 ± 3.39 dB. The success rates in the various age group are as follows: 11 to 20 years, 97.67%; 21 to 40 years, 99.12%; and 41 to 60 years, 96.96%.
CONCLUSION: Our technique of type 1 cartilage tympanoplasty achieves good anatomic and functional results.
The Cadaver Fest, 57th workshop at HERF, Hyderabad was conducted from 2nd – 5th of December 2010. Dr.G.V.S Rau, director and senior consultant, HERF conducted the workshop. Dr.Krishna Kishore, professor (ENT) Andhra medical college, Vishakapatnam was invited as guest faculty, It included hands on cadaver FESS, hands on cadaver temporal bone dissection and live surgeries. It had 32 delegates in attending from all over the world. Dr.Hadi sharouny, Dr. Amir Vashegani residents, Dept. of ENT, university of Malaysia, Dr. Ghafoor, private practitioner from Afghanistan and Dr.Saji Paul, private practitioner from Saudi Arabia participated in the programme as delegates
During this four-day cadaver Fest, the first two days were allotted for cadaver FESS. Following demonstration of anatomy of lateral wall of nose and FESS on a cadaver, Delegates did hands on FESS on fresh cadavers in two batches. The next two days were allotted for temporal bone dissection during which following cadaver temporal bone dissection demonstration and live surgeries, a whole day was allotted for hands on cadaver temporal bone dissection.
For further details on upcoming workshops please visit www.raosentcare.com, also visit www.youtube.com/raosentcare for the workshop demonstration videos. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you interested to take part in future workshops.
Pediatr Infect Dis J. 2008 Oct;27(10):920-2.
Management of nontuberculous mycobacteria-induced cervical lymphadenitis with observation alone.
Day Hospitalization Unit, Schneider Children's Medical Center of Israel, Petah Tiqwa, Israel.
BACKGROUND: Nontuberculous mycobacteria can cause a chronic localized cervicofacial lymphadenitis in immunocompetent children. The recommended treatment is total excision of the affected lymph node. The aim of this study was to describe our experience with an observational approach.
METHODS: Children with chronic nontuberculous mycobacterial (NTM) cervical lymphadenitis, whose parents opted for conservative treatment, were followed at our center from 1990 to 2004. The diagnosis of NTM was based on mycobacterial culture of lymph node specimens obtained by fine needle aspiration. The clinical laboratory and follow-up data were documented.
RESULTS: Ninety-two children with lymph node positive cultures of nontuberculous mycobacterium were included in the study. Mycobacterium avium complex and Mycobacterium hemophilum were isolated in 90% of the cultures. In most cases, the affected lymph nodes underwent violaceous changes with discharge of purulent material for 3-8 weeks. Total resolution was achieved within 6 months in 71% of patients and within 9-12 months in the remainder. At the 2-year follow-up, a skin-colored, flat scar in the region of the drainage was noted. There were no complications.
CONCLUSIONS: We suggest that the observational approach can be effective for managing NTM lymphadenitis in immunocompetent children.
.Can detect unilateral conductive hearing loss
.Can detect unilateral sensorineural hearing loss
.Can confirm Normal Hearing
.Diagnostic utility only in asymmetric hearing losses.
VOTE AT www.entindia.net
Dr. C. Satyanarayana is the first honorary editor of Indian Journal Of Otolaryngology started in June 1949. He was the Organising Secretary of the first Annual conference of AOI held at Madras in 1948. He designed the logo of our association and the president's medallion. He was the President of AOI in 1972 and the President of Indian Speech and Hearing Association in 1969. He has been the examiner and the inspector for the postgraduate exams in several universities. He has read many papers in the national and international conferences and published many articles.
Besides ENT. Dr. Satyanarayana has been interested in Indian art and has published book on Introduction to Indian Art and has written several poems and plays in Telugu.
His contribution to AOI is immense.
Dr. C. Satyanarayana was the organising secretary of the first conference.
The logo of the Association and the Presidient's medallion which is made up of silver with gold plated crest was designed by Dr. C. Satyanarayana
His excellency the maharaja of Bhavanagar, the then Governor of MadrCJs opened the conference with a spirited speech and the Hon'ble Minister of Health Dr. A V. Shetty inaugurated the conference which was attended by 63 delegates.
MR imaging does not delineate bony anatomy as well as CT scanning. MR imaging is most useful in delineating soft tissue relationships.
Heinrich Adolf Rinne (January 24, 1819 - July 26, 1868) was a German otologist born in Vlotho an der Weser. He received his doctorate from the University of Göttingen and practiced medicine in the city of Göttingen. Later he was a physician in Sandstadt near Stade (1857) and Hildesheim (1860).
In 1855 Rinne described the combined conductive process of the tympanic membrane and the ossicles of the middle ear. He is known for the eponymous Rinne test. The Rinne test is a hearing test conducted with a tuning fork, and is used to test and compare a patients' hearing via air conduction (normal process) or by way of bone conduction (sound to the inner ear through the mastoid). He reasoned that if a person hears a sound for a longer period of time through bone conduction than through air conduction, a disease is present somewhere in the conduction apparatus.
Despite his research, Rinne's test wasn't generally recognized until after his death, when otologists Friedrich Bezold and August Lucae (1835-1911) publicized Rinne's work in the early 1880s.
The case presentation will soon be available for download at the LION Web site.
The 3rd “LION in Winter” Broadcast will focus on "Ossiculoplasty: How we do it". Ten surgical techniques for ossicular chain repair will be demonstrated using different approach, technique and material.
The case presentation will soon be available for download at the LION Web site http://www.lion-web.org/
The Broadcast will commence at 08:45 and finish at 17:30.
The timing: is GMT +1. Please check your local corresponding time zone at http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock
The surgeons who will demonstrate their personal myringoplasty technique via the LION Network will be : Benoit Gratacap (Causse Ear Clinic Béziers, France), Oswaldo Laercio Cruz (Sirio-Libanese Hospital, Sao Paulo, Brazil), Arnaud Devèze (University Hospital Nord, Marseille, France) Wilko Grolman (University Medical Center Utrecht, Netherlands), Thomas Lenarz (Medizinische Hochschule Hannover, Germany), Franco Trabalzini (Azienda Ospedaliera di Siena) and Robert Vincent (Causse Ear Clinic Béziers, France).
Their demonstrations will detail the various surgical approaches (transcanal, endaural, retro-auricular) and repair techniques using several materials.
The live surgery session will be followed at 16:30 by a one-hour panel discussion.
It gives us immense pleasure to invite you to this beautiful country to attend the 7th SAARC ENT Congress going to be organized by the Society of Otolaryngologists of Nepal (SOL Nepal) from 25th to 27th May 2011 in Kathmandu,Nepal. A galaxy of international and national faculty members are expected to confirm their participation offering their expertise on a wide variety of scientific and practical management of topics. More than a thousand specialists are expected in the conference.
The 2nd SAARC ENT conference was held in the year 2000 here which was a grand success. Our aim is to make it even better and your frank suggestions are most welcome to achieve this goal.
A tremendous gap persists between the patient care in developed and the under developed countries. On one hand we talk of the recent advances whereas on the other hand people in this part of the world have not been able to avail even basic medical care. Lack of training centres for the youngsters is another major factor of concern and serious brainstorming is needed to overcome these factors. Hence the theme of the conference "FUTURE ENT, HEAD & NECK SURGERY IN THE DEVELOPING COUNTRIES" sounds very appropriate looking into the current perspectives.
The tentative highlight of the conference has been proposed which is subjected to change as per your suggestions.
Nepal, the birth place of Lord Buddha, is one of the most sought after tourist destinations in the world. Bestowed with spectacular scenic natural beauty, rich cultural heritage, rich biodiversity and hospitable people, Nepal offers wide ranging attractions to the visitors from all over the world.
Kathmandu, the capital city of Nepal is well connected by direct air flights from the various cities of India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Dubai, Doha, Sarjah, Bangkok, Singapore, Hongkong etc. Please feel free to contact our travel desk for detail information and early booking of your tickets and accommodations.
We extend you a very hearty welcome to be our honored guest and be a part of this magnificent event being held at Kathmandu, Nepal.
For futher details of the conference please go
to the web: www. solnepal. org. np
Your prompt reply will be highly appreciated.
Professor Bimal Kumar Sinha Professor Rajendra Guragain
President Secretary General
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Dr. Bhaben Choudhury
A. T. Road, Maligaon,
Guwahati - 781011, Assam
This image, taken from Gray's Anatomy, is a view of the right-sided middle ear space with the external ear canal, eardrum (tympanic membrane) and hearing bones (ossicles) removed. The observer is looking at the medial wall of the middle ear, as seen from a lateral viewpoint. The facial nerve is seen to pass horizontally in a path superior to the middle ear, and then turn in an inferior direction and then pass vertically posterior to the middle ear. The Eustachian tube extends anteriorly and is directed inferiorly as its path towards the throat (nasopharynx) extends further from the middle ear. The jugular fossa is inferior to the middle ear space.
The election is for :
1.AOI Head Office (3 years from 2012)
2.Journal Office (3 years from 2012)
4.Governing Body Members(9)
5.Editorial Board Members(4)
NAME AND ADDRESS OF RETURNING OFFICER
Dr. Bhaben Choudhury
A. T. Road, Maligaon,
Guwahati - 781011, Assam
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Tympanoplasty in Chronic Otitis Media Patients With an Intact, but Severely Retracted Malleus: A Treatment Challenge
Otology and Neurotology, 11/24/2010
Hol MKS et al. – Patients presenting with Chronic Otitis Media, a (central) perforation, a medially rotated malleus and intact ossicular chain are a treatment challenge. Lateralizing the malleus handle may require disconnection of the ossicular chain and an autologous incus interposition to bring back the reconstructed tympanic membrane in its original position and improve the hearing.
Dear Colleagues with immense pleasure, it is to inform you that the 28th AOI (UP Chapter) Annual Conference, UPAOICON2010 is being organised on 11th & 12th of December at Kanpur by the AOI Kanpur Chapter in association with Deptt. Of ENT, GSVM Medical College Kanpur. All are requested for early registration.
Interested delegates are requested to send their abstracts for free paper/ poster presentation by 15th of November to Dr Sandeep Kaushik (Organising Co-Chairman) at the Conference Secretariat. Post graduate students are also requested to register themselves for the PG Quiz by 15th of November.
Hope to see you all at Kanpur for the academic feast consisting of live surgical workshop, panel discussions & lectures by esteemed guest faculty i.e. Dr A.G.Pusalkar (Mumbai), Dr H Vijayendra (Bangalore), Dr A.K. Lahiri (New Delhi), Dr Satish Jain (Jaipur) & Dr Madhuri Mehta (Hissar).
Date:-23-10-2010 Dr. Devendra Lalchandani
Organizing Secretary Organising Co- Chairman Treasurer
Dr. N.K. Narula Dr. Sandeep Kaushik Dr. AK Srivastava .
ENT & Laser Centre,113/58 B, Swaroop Nagar, Kanpur-208002
Website: - upaoicon2010.com