April 26, 2017 - 6:30am to 7:30am
Mission Bay Hospital - (A1602 B) - 1855 4th Street - San Francisco 94158
Professor of Surgery - Macquarie University
Clinical Professor of Surgery - University of Sydney
"Empty Nose Syndrome- Iatrogenic or Premorbid"
- Understand the varying reasons for nasal obstruction
- Understand the concepts and evidence for Empty nose syndrome
- Establish criteria to reduce the incidence of ENS. I will also complete the disclosure from as requested, I am a consultant for both Olympus and Medtronic and I am on a Speaker’s bureau for Meda Pharmaceuticals. None of these affiliations will have any relationship to my proposed talk.
Richard Harvey, MD PhD
Program Head, Rhinology and Skull Base Surgery
UNSW and Macquarie University
“Phenotypes and Decision Making in CRS Management”
- Differentiate the clinical presentations of CRS and the underlying inflammatory processes
- Develop a set of clinical features to establish the likely major inflammatory mechanisms relevant within a single CRS patient
- Integrate the knowledge of the disease process into a treatment strategy
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