At the conclusion of this activity, participants
should be able to:
Have a clear knowledge of the surgical anatomy relevant to
orbitozygomatic, cavernous sinus, middle cranial fossa, transmastoid, jugular
foramen and transpetrosal skull base approaches.
Perform various skull
base approaches and microsurgical dissections with refined skull base
Apply these advanced skull base techniques to clinical
cases with various cranial base lesions.
Temporal Bone Course
One day condensed teaching of microanatomy of the mastoid
and middle fossa, including retrolabyrinthine and translabyrinthine approach.
Nine dissection tables with temporal bone specimens and micro
Whole Head Skull Base Dissection
Three-day intensive dissection practice with specially
prepared whole head specimens
Professionally injected arteries and veins in
Twenty dissection tables with high
resolution inclinable microscopes
High performance drills
Skull base instruments
Dissection Course Sample Outline
For more information about
this course please e-mail: email@example.com
Fax: (919) 239-0266
Dr. Fukushima's New Atlas for contemporary
Skull Base Surgery
here for more information.