Friday, 5th December 2014
  • 08:15 - 08:30
    OPENING CEREMONY
  • 08:30 - 09:00
    KEYNOTE LECTURE more
    – Face transplantation - a new hope in reconstructive surgery
    – prof. Adam Maciejewski (Poland)

GIANTS of rhinology
  • 09:00 - 11:00
    Session I more
    – Evolution of medical treatment in CRS
    – prof. Valerie J. Lund (United Kingdom)

    – Evolution of endoscopic sinus surgery
    – prof. David W. Kennedy (USA)

    – Imaging the anatomy of the nasal cavity and sinuses
    – prof. Simion J. Zinreich (USA)

    – Endoscopic anatomy as related to complications and their avoidance
    – prof. Heinz Stammberger (Austria)

  • 11:30 - 13:30
    Session II more
    – Imaging of nasal cavity and paranasal sinus pathology
    – prof. Simion J. Zinreich (USA)

    – Endoscopic approaches to the frontal sinus: “Uncapping the egg”
    – prof. Heinz Stammberger (Austria)

    – Frontal sinus surgery: choosing the best option
    – prof. David W. Kennedy (USA)

    – Results and outcomes of ESS in CRS
    – prof. Valerie J. Lund (United Kingdom)

  • 14:30 - 16:30
    Session III more
    – Avoiding complications in FESS
    – prof. David W. Kennedy (USA)

    – Imaging revision FESS
    – prof. Simion J. Zinreich (USA)

    – Endoscopic detection and repair of CSF leaks and meningoencephaloceles
    – prof. Heinz Stammberger (Austria)

    – Management of epistaxis in hereditary hemorrhagic telangiectasia
    – prof. Valerie J. Lund (United Kingdom)

  • 17:00 - 19:00
    Session IV more
    – Endoscopic management of inverted papilloma
    – prof. David W. Kennedy (USA)

    – Imaging skull base pathology
    – prof. Simion J. Zinreich (USA)

    – Tumors of the sinuses and skull base: endoscopic possibilities and limitations
    – prof. Heinz Stammberger (Austria)

    – Results of endoscopic sinus surgery for malignant sinonasal tumours
    – prof. Valerie J. Lund (United Kingdom)

  • 11:30 - 13:30
    Session V: WHEN DO ENTs NEED HELP FROM ALLERGOLOGISTS? more
    – Is this an allergy sufferer's nose?
    – dr Anna Zawadzka-Krajewska (Poland)

    – Can a patient with allergy have a cat?
    – dr Agnieszka Krauze (Poland)

    – A child with elevated IgE level
    – dr Katarzyna Grzela (Poland)

    – Everything a physician should know about anaphylaxis
    – dr Wioletta Zagórska (Poland)

    – Abracadabra in paediatrics
    – prof. Marek Kulus (Poland)

    – Medications at the interface between laryngology and allergology
    – dr Marta Krawiec (Poland)

Pediatric rhinology
  • 14:30 - 16:30
    Part I more
    – The role of FESS in children with cystic fibrosis
    – prof. Ron Mitchell (USA)

    – Nasal obstruction in the newborn
    – prof. Kevin Pereira (USA)

    – Imaging the pediatric and developing nose
    – prof. Simion J. Zinreich (USA)

    – Choanal atresia – diagnostic and therapy procedures
    – dr Józef Mierzwiński (Poland)

  • 17:00 - 19:00
    Part II more
    – Orbital complications of sinusitis in children
    – prof. Kevin Pereira (USA)

    – Pediatric turbinate reduction
    – prof. Ron Mitchell (USA)

    – Ciliary dyskinesis in children
    – prof. Jarosław Szydłowski (Poland)

    – Intranasal lacrimal tract cysts in infants
    – prof. Bożena Skotnicka (Poland)

11.30 - 17.00 Rhinoplasty Masterclass
– speakers: Prof. Gerhard Rettinger (Germany)
  • 16:30 - 17:00
    Microvascular reconstructions of complex defects of the nose
    – speakers: Prof. Adam Maciejewski (Poland)
17.00 - 19.00 Skin defects around the nose - Preparation demonstration
– speakers: Prof. Gerhard Rettinger (Germany), Dr. Gerlind Schneider (Germany)
Saturday, 6th December 2014
7.30 - 8.30 Breakfast with Giants
– prof. Valerie J. Lund (United Kingdom)
– prof. David W. Kennedy (USA)
– prof. Simion J. Zinreich (USA)
– prof. Heinz Stammberger (Austria)
8.30 - 9.00 Revision Rhinoplasty – an analysis of failures
– speakers: Prof. Gerhard Rettinger (Germany)
Rhinological miscellany
  • 09:00 - 10:30
    Session VI: PRIMARY IMMUNODEFICIENCIES more
    – Primary immunodeficiency or common infection?
    – prof. Ewa Bernatowska (Poland)

    – Sinusitis as a symptom of primary immunodeficiency
    – dr Małgorzata Pac (Poland)

    – PFAPA syndrome - a common challenge for the pediatrician, ENT surgeon and immunologist
    – dr Beata Wolska-Kuśnierz (Poland)

  • 11:00 - 13:00
    Session VII: PATHOLOGY OF THE LACRIMAL TRACT IN ENT PRACTICE more
    – Imaging of the lacrimal tract pathology
    – prof. Agnieszka Trojanowska (Poland)

    – Lacrimal gland tumours
    – dr Michał Wieloch, prof. Wojciech Golusiński (Poland)

    – Occlusion of the lacrimal tract
    – dr Jakub Pazdrowski, dr Hanna Pawlik, dr Danuta Nikratowicz (Poland)

    – Modern surgery of the lacrimal sac
    – dr Paweł Golusiński (Poland)

  • 14:00 - 16:00
    Session VII: CONSIDERATIONS BEFORE SINUS SURGERY more
    – Anaesthesia for endoscopic sinus surgery
    – dr Jarosław Miłoński, prof. Jurek Olszewski (Poland)

    – Anticoagulative treatment before the sinus/head and neck surgery
    – prof. Piotr Pruszczyk (Poland)

    – Glucocorticoid therapy before ESS
    – dr Andrzej Sieśkiewicz (Poland)

    – How to prepare the patient for ESS?
    – prof. Maciej Misiołek (Poland)

SLEEP APNEA & SNORING 2014 for ENT Surgeons
  • 08:00 - 10:00
    Session I more
    – OSA update
    – prof. Ron Mitchell (USA)

    – Role of OSA in diabetes and obesity
    – prof. Patrizio Tatti (Italy)

    – OSA and chronic obstructive pulmonary diseases
    – prof. Paweł Górski (Poland)

    – Is OSA a hidden killer in diabetes?
    – prof. Patrizio Tatti (Italy)

    – A new approach to studying the nasal and oral breathing routes
    – dr Wojciech Kukwa (Poland)

  • 10:30 - 12:30
    Session II more
    – Rhinologic aspects of sleep disordered breathing
    – prof. Robson Capasso (USA)

    – Evaluation of upper airway obstruction in patients with sleep related breathing disorders
    – dr Bhik Kotecha (United Kingdom)

    – How to evaluate the surgical OSA patient?
    – prof. Robson Capasso (USA)

    – Drug induced sedation endoscopy (DISE): technique & controversies
    – dr Bhik Kotecha (United Kingdom)

    – Drug induced sedation endoscopy (DISE): personal experience
    – dr Wojciech Kukwa (Poland)

  • 13:30 - 15:30
    Session III more
    – Bruxism and sleep related breathing disorders
    – prof. Jolanta Kostrzewa-Janicka (Poland)

    – An overview of surgical intervention in patients with sleep related breathing disorders
    – dr Bhik Kotecha (United Kingdom)

    – Results of the childhood adenotonsillectomy (CHAT study)
    – prof. Ron Mitchell (USA)

    – Surgical therapy beyond T&A
    – prof. Ron Mitchell (USA)

  • 16:00 - 18:00
    Session IV more
    – Imaging in sleep apnea patients
    – prof. Ewa Olszewska (Poland)

    – Radiofrequency surgery in patients with sleep related breathing disorders
    – dr Bhik Kotecha (United Kingdom)

    – OSA surgery – personal remarks/experience
    – prof. Robson Capasso (USA)

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