In place of an in-person course, the NASBS is excited to announce a virtual skull base surgery course, taking place November 14-21, 2020. The course will feature Rhoton 3D anatomy sessions, video presentations, multi-disciplinary breakout rooms, and expert panel discussions with distinguished faculty. This course is not to be missed!
Please note the access code has been emailed to registered participants.
Please note: The NASBS is unable to ship glasses internationally. International registrants are responsible for securing their own 3D glasses. Please contact [email protected] for more information. Any registrations received after November 10, 2020 are not guaranteed receipt of glasses by the course start date. Registrants should obtain their own red-blue anaglyph 3D glasses.
Skull Base Surgery Virtual Workshop- Advance Program
All times listed in EDT
Saturday, November 14, 2020
10:30-10:45 AM Opening Comments
10:45-11:05 AM 3D Anatomy of Anterior Skull Base and Sellar Region
11:05-11:25 AM Transnasal Sellar and Suprasellar Approaches-STEPS
11:25- 11:35 AM Q & A
11:35-11:55 AM 3D Anatomy Bone and Middle Cranial Fossa
11:55-12:15 PM Translabyrinthine approach- STEPS
12:15-12:25 PM Q & A
12:25-12:30 PM Closing Comments
Tuesday, November 17, 2020
Break Out Session- Endonasal and Expanded Endonasal
7:30-7:45 PM 3D Anatomy Skull Base Review and Key Landmark Emphasis
7:45-8:00 PM Endonasal Endoscopic Approach-Anterior Skull Base
8:00-8:15 PM Mini Pterional Approach and Eyebrow/ Supraorbital Approach- STEPS
8:15-8:30 PM Endoscopic Transpterygoid Approach
8:30-8:45 PM Endoscopic Transorbital Surgery
8:45-9:00 PM Q&A
Wednesday, November 18, 2020
Break Out Session- Temporal Bone and Middle Fossa
7:30-7:40 PM 3D Anatomy Review- Key Landmark Emphasis
7:40-7:55 PM Temporal Bone Ressection and Lateral Approach to Middle Fossa Lesions
7:55-8:10 PM Orbitozygomatic Approaches to Middle Fossa and Cavernous Sinus
8:10-8:25 PM Case Presentations: Temporal Bone Approaches and Lesions
8:25-8:45 PM Q & A
Thursday, November 19, 2020
Break Out Session- Parasellar, Meckel’s Cave, and Clivus
7:30-7:50 PM 3D Anatomy of Parasellar, Meckel’s Cave and Clivus
7:50-8:10 PM Transclival Approaches
8:10-8:30 PM Infratemporal/Parapharyngeal Space/Transmandibular/Neck
8:30-8:50 PM Extreme Lateral approaches
8:50-9:00 PM Q & A
Saturday, November 21, 2020
10:30-10-45 AM Opening Comments
10:45-11:05 3D and other Anatomy of Internal Carotid Artery and Cavernous Sinus from Different approaches, Endoscopic Anatomy of Internal Carotid
11:05-11:25 AM Management of Carotid Artery Bleeding
11:25-11:40 AM- Reconstruction: Endoscopic
11:40-11:55 AM Reconstruction: Open
11:55-12:15 PM Interesting Cases
12:15-12:25 PM- Q & A
12:25-12:30 PM Closing Remarks
Thank you to those that participated at the NASBS 2019 Summer Course!
The North American Skull Base Society (NASBS) held its annual Skull Base Surgery Summer Course for Senior Neurosurgery Residents and Head & Neck Fellows on July 18-21, 2019 at LSU Health Sciences Center in New Orleans, Louisiana.
Course agenda included the following approaches:
- Far Lateral
- Endonasal Ethmoidectomy
- Maxillary Antrostomy
- Endoscopic Transnasal/Transsphenoidal
- Endoscopic Nasal Flap
New at the NASBS 2019 Summer Course– demonstration and practice with the ICA Injury Model.
The labs are conducted in pairs of head & neck fellows and neurosurgery residents, building teams of surgeons that represent the essence of the NASBS. This unique educational experience is organized by the North American Skull Base Society and supported through unrestricted educational grants and in-kind industry support.
Past Course Agendas:Click here to view the NASBS 2019 Summer Course Agenda!