Main Topic 9: Orbital Preservation in Sinonasal Malignancies - When is it Appropriate?
18th February, 2023, 07:30 - 08:30
Tampa Bay 7
Advanced sinonasal malignancies frequently involve the orbit requiring exenteration. Multidisciplinary experts from the fields of radiation oncology, head and neck surgery, neuroradiology rhinology and neurosurgery will discuss key aspects of decision making on when to consider orbital preservation using an evidence-based approach.
At the conclusion of this session, attendees will be able to:
- Interpret imaging and assess orbital invasion radiographically.
- Recognize the role of adjuvant treatment in orbital preservation.
- Appreciate key aspects of staging systems for extent of orbital involvement and their clinical implications.
As a faculty member of this session, you can click on names to email the speaker. Phone numbers are below names
|Staging Systems for Orbital Involvement and Clinical Implications||Speaker||7:30 am - 7:40 am|
|How Good are We at Identifying Orbital Invasion Locally?||Speaker||7:40 am - 7:50 am|
|Which Sinonasal Malignancies are More Amenable to Orbital Preservation When They Have Invaded the Eye and Which are Not?||Speaker||7:50 am - 8:00 am|
|Can Adjuvant Treatment Improve Our Ability to Save the Eye?||Speaker||8:00 am - 8:10 am|
|Exenteration and Options for Reconstruction||Speaker||8:10 am - 8:20 am|
||Q&A||8:20 am - 8:30 am|