Rhino-Role of CFTR in CRS-Eugene Chang

November 13, 2014 Updates & Controversies in Rhinology & Skull Base Surgery, alexander chiu, andrew goldberg, balloon technology, brent senior, cftr, cleveland clinic foundation, crs, daniel simmen, david conley, david kennedy, endoscopic craniofacial resection, ent, eugene chang, frontal sinus case potpourri, frontal sinus mucoceles, frontal sinus surgery, frontal sinus tumor resections, genomics in crs, global sinus skull base surgery, head and neck surgery at the hirslanden clinic and centre for rhinology, heinz stammberger, hôtel-dieu de montréal hospital, james palmer, james stankiewicz, jivianne lee, karl storz, loyola department of otolaryngology, martin desrosiers, medical university at graz/austria, medical university south carolina, nithin adappa, noam cohen, nose and throat clinic, otolaryngology, pterygopalatine fossa, raj sindwani, ray sacks, richard harvey, richard orlandi, rick chandra, rodney schlosser, sinus surgery, skull base pathology, sphenoid sinus, sydney ear, sydney medical school, the sinus and allergy center of northwestern university feinberg school of medic, tumors of the maxillary sinus, university college london, university of arizona, university of arizona medical center, university of california los angeles, university of california san francisco medical center, university of north carolina school of medecine, university of pennsylvania, university of utah, valerie lund, vanderbilt university department of otolaryngology, veteran's administration medical center
This event is the first of its kind in Rhinology: An interactive, web-based symposium featuring many of the world's leading endoscopic sinus and skull base surgeons representing Asia, Australia, North America, Europe and South America. This will be an on-line, interactive format of short lectures, case presentations, surgical videos and expert opinions on the current state and controversies in rhinology and skull base surgery.