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7th Annual Summer Sinus Symposium

As a courtesy, the ARS will collect your registration for all ancillary events, cadaveric labs and workshops. The sponsoring company will confirm availability and will reach out to you directly with a confirmation and/or a wait list email. All inquiries should be forwarded to supporting company or Susan Arias (susan@amrhso.com) Thank you

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  • 07/12/18
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    9:00 AM  -  11:00 AM
    International Sinus Lab- **OPEN TO INTERNATIONAL GUESTS ONLY**
    Cascade Ballroom
    OPEN TO INTERNATIONAL GUESTS ONLY FIRST COME, FIRST SERVE. FINAL SELECTION WILL BE MADE BY MEDTRONIC During this program, International attendees will have an opportunity to work with Medtronic's product portfolio during a cadaver lab/session. Each station will have Medtronic Navigation, Power products and disposable supplies like blades and balloons. The program will begin with a basic introduction to the products at each station and then attendees will be able to spend the majority of the session learning how to properly use these devices as well as different surgical techniques. This is a non-cme event.
     Optional 
    1:00 PM  -  1:15 PM
    Welcome
    Grand Ballroom I & II
    Moderators: Greg Davis, MD, FARS Marc Dubin, MD, FARS Douglas Reh, MD, FARS
    1:10 PM  -  1:10 PM
    Crowd Compass Introduction
    Grand Ballroom I & II
    Speakers:
    1:15 PM  -  2:15 PM
    Getting it right the first time! Primary endoscopic sinus surgery
    Grand Ballroom I & II

    Getting it right the first time! Primary endoscopic sinus surgery

    Moderator: Timothy Smith, MD, FARS

    Panelists: Benjo Campomanes, MD, Martin Citardi, MD, FARS, Andrew Goldberg, MD, FARS, Stacey Gray, MD, FARS, Peter Hwang, MD, FARS, Rodney Schlosser, MD, FARS

    • Evaluate various clinical scenarios for their appropriateness for primary surgery
    • Identify pitfalls in primary surgery that might lead to adverse outcomes
    • Understand the impact of various comorbidities on outcomes of primary surgery 

     



    2:15 PM  -  3:00 PM
    Keynote Address - The big questions facing otolaryngology over the next 10 years
    Grand Ballroom I & II

    Keynote Address - The big questions facing otolaryngology over the next 10 years

    Keynote Speaker:   Albert Merati, MD, President-Elect AAO

    • Understand the opportunities the AAO can offer the individual otolaryngologists 

    • Learn the benefits of Reg-ENT database for MIPS

    • Appreciate the interactions between the AAO and subspecialty societies

    Speakers:
    3:00 PM  -  3:30 PM
    Break with Exhibitors
    Grand Ballroom III
    3:30 PM  -  4:15 PM
    "Primary frontal sinus surgery: To do, or not to do?"
    Grand Ballroom I & II

     Moderator:  Alex Chiu, MD, FARS

    Panelists:  Pete Batra, MD, FARS, Roy Casiano, MD, FARS, Amin Javer, MD, FARS, Robert Kern, MD, FARS, Jivianne Lee, MD, FARS

     

    • Audience will understand the indications for frontal sinus surgery and the impact of technology on those indications

    • Audience will explore the potential benefits and pitfalls of extended frontal sinus surgery

    • Audience will be able to manage complications from frontal sinus surgery

    4:15 PM  -  5:00 PM
    Second chances: Finding success in revision sinus surgery
    Grand Ballroom I & II

    Moderator:  Brent Senior, MD, FARS

    Panelists: Rakesh Chandra, MD, FARS, Zara Patel, MD, FARS, Michael Setzen, MD, FARS, Jin Keat Siow, MD, Michael Stewart, MD, FARS, Brad Woodworth, MD, FARS 

     

    • To describe common causes of suboptimal outcomes from surgery

    • To understand critical anatomy needed to optimize technical performance of revision surgery

    • To discuss the role of medical therapies and devices in the management of surgical failures

    5:15 PM  -  6:15 PM
    Acclarent Evening Symposium (7/12/2018)
    Fifth Avenue Room
    Title: Leveraging New Advancements in 3D ENT Navigation Description: Panel discussion around the application of new 3D Navigation technologies and software, along with the review of patient case studies. This is a non-CME event sponsored by Acclarent. It is neither sponsored by nor endorsed by, the ARS.
     Optional  Closed 
    6:30 PM  -  8:30 PM
    Cocktail Reception - Chihuly Glass Museum (7/12/2018)
    Chihuly Glass Museum
    Chihuly Glass Museum 305 Harrison Street, Seattle, WA 98109 A short monorail ride from the Westin Seattle Hotel, the Chihuly Garden and Glass museum is dedicated to the work and career of locally born, world-renowned glassblower Dale Chihuly, who was introduced to the craft while studying at the University of Washington. Today, his work is included in more than 200 museum collections worldwide, with Chihuly Garden and Glass the most comprehensive collection of his art to date, with interior galleries featuring a variety of his work in the medium. Chihuly Garden and Glass, a long-term exhibition, opened at Seattle Center in 2012. Cost of lost reception/monorail tickets will be the responsibility of the attendee.
    Fee  Optional  Closed 
  • 07/13/18
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    7:30 AM  -  8:30 AM
    Intersect ENT Breakfast Symposium (7/13/2018)
    Grand Ballroom I & II

    Title: Advancing Care for Recalcitrant Polypoid Patients with Evidence-based Innovation Description: Learn from thought leaders in rhinology about the latest in-office localized drug delivery technology and clinical evidence to optimize outcomes for polyp patients.

    Agenda: Discussion led by thought leaders in rhinology, highlighting optimal evidence-based, non-surgical alternative for treating polypoid patients

    Speakers: Greg Davis, MD, FARS; Robert Kern, MD, FARS; Jivianne Lee, MD, FARS; Amber Luong, MD, PhD, FARS

    Breakfast will be served.

    This is a non-CME event sponsored by Intersect ENT. It is neither sponsored by nor endorsed by, the ARS.

     Optional  Closed 
    8:30 AM  -  9:15 AM
    Would you do this in your office?
    Grand Ballroom I & II

    Moderator: Sarah Wise, MD, FARS

    Panelists: John DelGaudio, MD, FARS, Arif Janjua, MD, Boris Karanfilov, MD, FARS, Howard Levine, MD, FARS, Spencer Payne, MD, FARS, Winston Vaughan, MD, FARS

    • Discuss patient selection for rhinologic office procedures

    • Review equipment needs and anesthesia options for office procedures

    • Recognize the appropriate indications for office rhinologic procedures

    Moderator:
    9:15 AM  -  10:15 AM
    "Nasal polyps, our nemesis"
    Grand Ballroom I & II

    Moderator:  Pete Batra, MD, FARS

    Panelists:  Yvonne Chan, MD, FARS, David Conley, MD, FARS, Eric Holbrook, MD, FARS, Peter Hwang, MD, FARS, Devyani Lal, MD, FARS, Donald Leopold, MD, FARS

    •  Understand the rates and reasons for polyp recurrence
    •  Review surgical strategies for effective management of sinonasal polyposis
    •  Discuss the role of innovative treatment modalities, including biologics, for nasal polyps

     

    Moderator:
    10:00 AM  -  10:30 AM
    Break with Exhibitors
    Grand Ballroom III
    10:30 AM  -  11:15 AM
    Cadaver Dissection #1: Pearls in primary sinus surgery: Improving technique from office to OR
    Grand Ballroom I & II

    Moderator: John DelGaudio, MD, FARS

    Panelist/Dissecting: James Palmer, MD, FARS

    • To develop a systematic preoperative evaluation of a sinus CT scan

    • To understand the basic principles of endoscopic sinus surgery

    • To be able to choose the correct instrumentation to achieve your surgical goals in ESS

     

    11:15 AM  -  12:00 PM
    Complications of endoscopic sinus surgery: Managing the worst-case scenario
    Grand Ballroom I & II

    Moderator: Richard Orlandi, MD, FARS

    Panelists: James Hadley, MD, FARS, Joseph Jacobs, MD, FARS, Amber Luong, MD, FARS, Nobuyoshi Otori, MD, FARS, Jeffrey Suh, MD

    • To review the most common complications of endoscopic sinus surgery

    • To understand how to manage surgical complications of the nose and sinuses

    • To discuss how to avoid surgical complications in sinus surgery

    12:00 PM  -  1:00 PM
    "Arrinex, Inc. Lunch Symposium (7/13/2018)"
    Grand Crescent

    Title: Chronic Rhinitis: Neurophysiology and New Treatment Paradigms Description: Discussion on the neurological mechanisms of rhinitis, anatomy, current pharmacological treatments and the role of ClariFix cryotherapy device as a new option.

    Agenda: 1) Neurological basis of chronic rhinitis; 2) The prevalence, comorbidities and current treatment options for allergic and non-allergic rhinitis; 3) ClariFix Device overview, case examples; 4) Q&A

    Speakers: Benjamin Bleier, MD, FARS; Brent Senior, MD, FARS; Amber Luong, MD, Ph.D., FARS; Greg Davis, MD, MPH, FARS


    Space is limited.

    This is a non-CME event sponsored by Arrinex, Inc. It is neither sponsored by nor endorsed by, the ARS.

     Optional  Closed 
    12:00 PM  -  1:00 PM
    Cook Medical Lunch Symposium (7/13/2018)
    Fifth Avenue Room

    Title: Skull base and Nasoseptal Donor Site Repair with Porcine SIS

    Description: Participants will learn about the use of biologic grafts for upper airway tissue regeneration, including remucosalization of nasoseptal flap donor sites.

    Agenda: Discussion on the use of biologic grafts for donor site repair for nasoseptal flaps, as well as a review of results from a study comparing repair of donor sites vs. no repair.

    Speakers: Jayakar V. Nayak, MD, Ph.D.; Bradford A. Woodworth, MD, FARS

    Space is limited. This is a non-CME event sponsored by Cook Medical. It is neither sponsored by nor endorsed by, the ARS

     Optional  Closed 
    12:00 PM  -  1:00 PM
    Entellus Medical Lunch Symposium (7/13/2018)
    Pike

    Title: Office Based Sinus Surgery for Chronic Sinusitis, Eustachian Tube Dysfunction, and Nasal Airway Obstruction

    Description: Applying your surgical skills to expand and enhance your patient’s treatment options.

    Speakers: Dr. Nora Perkins, Dr. Nick Debnath, Dr. Lee Mandel, Dr. Jivianne Lee


    Space is limited.

    This is a non-CME event sponsored by Entellus Medical. It is neither sponsored by nor endorsed by, the ARS.

     Optional  Closed 
    12:00 PM  -  1:00 PM
    Lunch with Exhibitors
    1:00 PM  -  2:30 PM
    Entellus Medical Cadaveric Lab (7/13/2018)
    St. Helens

    Title: Minimally Invasive Approaches to Treating Chronic Sinusitis, Nasal Airway Obstruction, and Eustachian Tube Dysfunction: A Hands-On Anatomical Labb

    Space is limited.

    This interactive learning session is intended for physicians interested in exploring how intuitive technologies can deliver enhanced treatment experiences for patients suffering from sinusitis, Eustachian tube dysfunction, and nasal airway obstruction while enabling site of service flexibility. Explore patient selection, technique best practices, and implementation tips and tricks while receiving hands-on experience with XprESS ENT Dilation System and LATERA Absorbable Nasal Implant.

    Interested physician attendees can complete the certification process to use XprESS to treat ETD, and LATERA for the treatment of nasal valve collapse.

    This is a non-CME event sponsored by Entellus Medical. It is neither sponsored by nor endorsed by, the ARS.

    Note: As a courtesy, the ARS will collect your registration for all ancillary events, cadaveric labs and workshops. The sponsoring company will confirm availability and will reach out to you directly with a confirmation and/or a wait list email. All inquiries should be forwarded to supporting company or Susan Arias (susan@amrhso.com) Thank you
     Optional  Closed 
    1:00 PM  -  3:00 PM
    Medtronic Cadaver Lab (7/13/2018)
    Cascade Ballroom
    Title: Navigated In-Office Sinus SurgeryDescription: The program will educate attendees on different in-office procedures being performed using Medtronic Navigation. Following a short discussion, the group will convene to a cadaver lab to work with Medtronic’s suite of office-based products, including the Fusion Compact Navigation system, Nexus microdebrider with blades and family of NuVent sinus dilation balloons. Agenda: Faculty will discuss their patient selection and anesthesia protocol for in-office FESS and balloon procedures, followed by a live prosection walk-thru showing how they are utilizing navigation for in-office FESS and balloon procedures. Attendees will then work at a cadaver station, walking thru the techniques that were discussed.Space is limited.This is a non-cme event sponsored by Medtronic. It is neither sponsored by nor endorsed by the ARS. Note: As a courtesy, the ARS will collect your registration for all ancillary events, cadaveric labs and workshops. The sponsoring company will confirm availability and will reach out to you directly with a confirmation and/or a wait list email. All inquiries should be forwarded to supporting company or Susan Arias (susan@amrhso.com) Thank you
     Optional  Closed 
    1:00 PM  -  2:30 PM
    Olympus Cadaveric Lab (7/13/2018)
    Pine
    REGISTRATION FOR THE OLYMPUS LABS HAS CLOSED
    Title: Enhanced Visualization in Advanced Surgery Techniques for Practicing Rhinologists Description: An opportunity for practicing surgeons to gain additional experience in complex techniques in a cadaver workshop.Agenda: Surgeons will observe a brief prosection and will then have an opportunity to use advanced Olympus technology in a non-CME cadaveric work-shop to enhance techniques in complex procedures. Space is limited. This is a non-CME event sponsored by Olympus America, Inc. It is neither sponsored by nor endorsed by, the ARS. Note: As a courtesy, the ARS will collect your registration for all ancillary events, cadaveric labs and workshops. The sponsoring company will confirm availability and will reach out to you directly with a confirmation and/or a wait list email. All inquiries should be forwarded to supporting company or Susan Arias (susan@amrhso.com) Thank you
     Optional  Closed 
    1:00 PM  -  4:30 PM
    Stryker Lecture & Mobile Lab (7/13/2018)
    Grand Ballroom I & II
    Title: Frontal Sinus Masterclass Using Building Blocks® Anatomy Planning and Target Guided Surgery Dissection Description: Stryker’s Frontal Sinus Masterclass aims to help participants review 3D CT sinus anatomy utilizing Building Blocks® software. (Advanced 3D Sinus Surgery Planning)Participants will review the building blocks methodology, International Frontal Sinus Anatomy Classification (IFAC) (IFAR 2016: XX:1-19) and develop a surgical plan for frontal recess dissection. Limited spots are also available in Stryker’s Mobile Lab to experience target guided surgery navigation and augmented reality during dissection.Agenda: 1:00 pm Lecture: IFAC classification, Building Blocks® methodology and interactive case planning2:30 pm Group 1; Target Guided Surgery lab dissection utilizing Augmented Reality in Stryker Mobile Lab (Limited to 16 spots)3:30pmGroup 2: Target Guided Surgery lab dissection utilizing Augmented Reality in Stryker Mobile Lab (Limited to 16 spots)Invited This is a non-CME event sponsored by Stryker. It is neither sponsored by nor endorsed by, the ARS. Note: As a courtesy, the ARS will collect your registration for all ancillary events, cadaveric labs and workshops. The sponsoring company will confirm availability and will reach out to you directly with a confirmation and/or a wait list email. All inquiries should be forwarded to supporting company or Susan Arias (susan@amrhso.com) Thank you
     Optional  Closed 
    3:00 PM  -  4:30 PM
    Entellus Medical Cadaveric Lab (7/13/2018)
    St. Helens

    Title: Minimally Invasive Approaches to Treating Chronic Sinusitis, Nasal Airway Obstruction, and Eustachian Tube Dysfunction: A Hands-On Anatomical Labb

    Space is limited.

    This interactive learning session is intended for physicians interested in exploring how intuitive technologies can deliver enhanced treatment experiences for patients suffering from sinusitis, Eustachian tube dysfunction, and nasal airway obstruction while enabling site of service flexibility. Explore patient selection, technique best practices, and implementation tips and tricks while receiving hands-on experience with XprESS ENT Dilation System and LATERA Absorbable Nasal Implant.

    Interested physician attendees can complete the certification process to use XprESS to treat ETD, and LATERA for the treatment of nasal valve collapse.

    This is a non-CME event sponsored by Entellus Medical. It is neither sponsored by nor endorsed by, the ARS. .

    Note: As a courtesy, the ARS will collect your registration for all ancillary events, cadaveric labs and workshops. The sponsoring company will confirm availability and will reach out to you directly with a confirmation and/or a wait list email. All inquiries should be forwarded to supporting company or Susan Arias (susan@amrhso.com) 

     Optional  Closed 
    3:30 PM  -  5:00 PM
    Olympus Cadaveric Lab (7/13/2018)
    Pine
    REGISTRATION FOR THE OLYMPUS LABS HAS CLOSED
    Title: Enhanced Visualization in Advanced Surgery Techniques for Practicing Rhinologists Description: An opportunity for practicing surgeons to gain additional experience in complex techniques in a cadaver workshop.Agenda: Surgeons will observe a brief prosection and will then have an opportunity to use advanced Olympus technology in a non-CME cadaveric work-shop to enhance techniques in complex procedures. Space is limited. This is a non-CME event sponsored by Olympus America, Inc. It is neither sponsored by nor endorsed by, the ARS. Note: As a courtesy, the ARS will collect your registration for all ancillary events, cadaveric labs and workshops. The sponsoring company will confirm availability and will reach out to you directly with a confirmation and/or a wait list email. All inquiries should be forwarded to supporting company or Susan Arias (susan@amrhso.com) Thank you
     Optional  Closed 
    4:00 PM  -  6:00 PM
    Medtronic Cadaver Lab (7/13/2018)
    Cascade Ballroom
    Description: The program will educate attendees on different in-office procedures being performed using Medtronic Navigation. Following a short discussion, the group will convene to a cadaver lab to work with Medtronic’s suite of office-based products, including the Fusion Compact Navigation system, Nexus microdebrider with blades and family of NuVent sinus dilation balloons. Agenda: Faculty will discuss their patient selection and anesthesia protocol for in-office FESS and balloon procedures, followed by a live prosection walk-thru showing how they are utilizing navigation for in-office FESS and balloon procedures. Attendees will then work at a cadaver station, walking thru the techniques that were discussed.Space is limited.This is a non-cme event sponsored by Medtronic. It is neither sponsored by nor endorsed by the ARS. Note: As a courtesy, the ARS will collect your registration for all ancillary events, cadaveric labs and workshops. The sponsoring company will confirm availability and will reach out to you directly with a confirmation and/or a wait list email. All inquiries should be forwarded to supporting company or Susan Arias (susan@amrhso.com) Thank you
     Optional  Closed 
    6:30 PM  -  8:00 PM
    Women in Rhinology Networking Event (7/13/2018)
    Loulay Kitchen & Bar
    Space is limited. Supported by Cook Medical.
     Optional  Closed 
  • 07/14/18
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    7:30 AM  -  8:30 AM
    OptiNose Breakfast Symposium (7/14/2018)
    Grand Ballroom I & II
    Breakfast will be served. This is a non-CME event sponsored by OptiNose. It is neither sponsored by nor endorsed by, the ARS.
     Optional  Closed 
    8:30 AM  -  9:15 AM
    Surgical failures after a textbook surgery: The chronically infected sinus
    Grand Ballroom I & II

    Moderator: Stacey Gray, MD, FARS

    Panelists: Charles Ebert, MD, FARS, David Poetker, MD, FARS, John Schneider, MD, Raj Sindwani, MD, FARS, Timothy Smith, MD, FARS, Eugenia Vining, MD, FARS

    •Understand how to diagnosis persistent infection as a cause of failure of endoscopic sinus surgery

    • Identify and diagnose patient-related factors that contribute to persistent infection after endoscopic sinus surgery

    • Discuss several strategies to treat persistent infection after endoscopic sinus surgery

    9:15 AM  -  10:00 AM
    Coding controversies. How would I code this? A case based panel
    Grand Ballroom I & II

    Moderator: Peter Manes, MD, FARS

    Panelists: Seth Brown, MD, FARS, Subinoy Das, MD, FARS, Brent Senior, MD, FARS, Michael Setzen, MD, FARS, Kevin Welch, MD, FARS, Trisha Crishock

    • Explain the appropriate application of the new endoscopic sinus surgery codes

    • Discuss the coding of new technology such as nasal valve implants and eustachian tube dilation

    • Discuss different options for the coding of endoscopic skull base surgery

    • Delineate the information needed for the introduction of new CPT codes

     

    10:00 AM  -  10:30 AM
    Break with Exhibitors
    Grand Ballroom III
    10:30 AM  -  11:15 AM
    Cadaver Dissection #2: Advanced surgery techniques for the practicing rhinologist DCR, Draf III, SPA
    Grand Ballroom I & II

    Moderator: Doug Reh, MD, FARS

    Panelist/Dissection: Rakesh Chandra, MD, FARS

    •Understand safe and effective techniques for DCR and dissection around the orbit

    • Describe the anatomy and angled instruments utilized for complex frontal Draf III dissections

    • Know the role and advantages of having Otolaryngology as part of a pituitary surgical team.

    Speakers:
    Moderator:
    11:15 AM  -  12:00 PM
    "Cough, throat clearing, and postnasal drip; tips for treatment of these challenging symptoms"
    Grand Ballroom I & II
    Moderator: Michael Stewart, MD, FARS Panelists: Jeremiah Alt, MD, FARS, Karen Bednarski, MD, FARS, Do-Yeon Cho, MD, Thomas Higgins, MD, FARS, Albert Merati, MD, Abtin Tabaee, MD, FARS • Understand the differential diagnosis of chronic cough • Explain the likely pathophysiology of “postnasal drip” • Discuss the controversies around reflux as a cause of chronic cough
    Moderator:
    12:00 PM  -  1:00 PM
    "ALK, Inc. Lunch Symposium (7/14/2018)"
    Fifth Avenue Room

    Title: New Advances in House Dust Mite Allergy Treatment: Expanding Use of Immunotherapy.

    Description: Slide presentation reviewing the new SLIT:Tablet Odactra®

    Agenda: House dust mite prevalence and characteristics: Odactra® Clinical Review:Shared decision making technique.

     

    This is a non CME event sponsored by ALK, Inc.  It is not sponsored by nor endorsed by the ARS.

     

     

     Optional 
    1:00 PM  -  1:45 PM
    "I don't have migraines, Doc, I have sinus headaches"
    Cascade: Breakout Room A - Bradford Woodworth, MD, FARS

    Moderators: Jamie Litvack, MD, FARS & Natalia Murinova, MD

    Panelists: David Beahm, MD, Joseph Brunworth, MD, Lauren Luk, MD, Natalia Murinova, MD, Allen Seiden, MD, FARS

    • To differentiate migraine headaches from sinus headaches and other types of headaches, highlighting known diagnostic pitfalls

    • To discuss medical and surgical treatment options for patients with sinusitis and comorbid migraine headaches

    • To determine the indications, contraindications, and outcomes of sinus surgery in patients with sinusitis and comorbid migraine headaches

    1:00 PM  -  1:45 PM
    Epiphora: I'm really not crying
    Grand Ballroom I & II: Breakout Session B - Peter Manes, MD, FARS

    Moderator: Greg Davis, MD, FARS

    Panelists: A.J. Amadi, MD,, Adam DeConde, MD, Shinichi Haruna, MD, Kenneth Rodriguez, MD, Janalee Stokken, MD, FARS

    • Understand the workup needed to properly assess patients with epiphora

    • Learn the newest surgical techniques to perform an endoscopic DCR

    • Know what medical therapies are available to increase the success rate of endoscopic DCR

    1:00 PM  -  1:45 PM
    Management of CSF rhinorrhea
    Grand Crescent
    Moderator: Kevin Welch, MD, FARS Panelists: Waleed Abuzeid, MD, Rodney Schlosser, MD, FARS, Ameet Singh, MD, FARS, Brian Thorpe, MD, FARS, Jennifer Willwock, MD • Understand the diagnostic workup of iatrogenic and spontaneous CSF rhinorrhea • Recognize the various surgical approaches involved in the repair of iatrogenic and spontaneous CSF rhinorrhea/fistulae • Discuss the adjuvant and long-term management of patients who have undergone successful repair of iatrogenic and • Spontaneous CSF rhinorrhea/fistulae
    1:00 PM  -  1:45 PM
    The functional nose: When to do more than septoplasty and turbinate reduction
    Vashon: Breakout Session C - Zara Patel, MD, FARS

    Moderator: Michael Setzen, MD, FARS

    Panelists: David Jang, MD, Patricia Loftus, MD, Madeleine Schaberg, MD, John Schneider, MD

    • Describe the evaluation of airway obstruction-what about nasal endoscopy and CT

    • Understand how to evaluate nasal valve collapse

    • Describe the evaluation of the twisted nose

    • Describe quality measures in septorhinoplasty

    • Discuss the pros and cons of endoscopic sinus surgery and concurrent rhinoplasty

    1:45 PM  -  2:30 PM
    "Contemporary approaches to the turbinates, nasal septum, and nasal obstruction"
    Vashon: Breakout Session C - Zara Patel, MD, FARS
    Moderator: Benjamin Bleier, MD, FARS Panelists: Naveen Bhandarkar, MD, FARS, Ian Humphreys, MD, FARS, William D. Leight, MD, Jayakar Nayak, MD, Erin O'Brien, MD, FARS • To understand diagnosis and treatment of nasal septal pathology • To understand diagnosis and treatment of inferior turbinate pathology • To understand diagnosis and treatment of empty nose syndrome
    1:45 PM  -  2:30 PM
    "Frontal drill out: When, why and how"
    Grand Crescent

    Moderator: Roy Casiano, MD, FARS

    Panelist: Amy Anstead, MD, FARS, Philip Chen, MD, FARS, Edward McCoul, MD, FARS, Kristen Sieberling, MD

    • Differentiate between the various endoscopic frontal sinusotomies

    • Demonstrate useful surgical anatomical landmarks in performing a frontal sinus drillout procedure

    • Identify the best clinical scenarios for a frontal sinus drillout procedure

    • Discuss technical tips for successful frontal drillout procedures

    1:45 PM  -  2:30 PM
    Balloon dilation: From sinuses to eustachian tubes
    Cascade: Breakout Room A - Bradford Woodworth, MD, FARS

    Moderator: Spencer Payne, MD

    Panelists: Ralph Abi Hachem, MD, Douglas Backous, MD, Marc Dean, MD, Joshua Levy, MD, Troy Woodward, MD, FARS

    • Cite evidence related to balloon dilation of the sinuses and eustachian tube

    • Discuss the recent consensus statement regarding balloon dilation of the sinuses

    • Describe algorithms for use of balloon dilation in patient management of symptoms

    Moderator:
    1:45 PM  -  2:30 PM
    Technical tips for successful orbital decompression
    Grand Ballroom I & II: Breakout Session B - Peter Manes, MD, FARS

    Moderator: Jivianne Lee, MD, FARS

    Panelists: A.J. Amadi, MD, Rohit Garg, MD, FARS, Jonathan Liang, MD, FARS, Roheen Raithatha, MD, Justin Turner, MD

    • Review the proper evaluation and indications for orbital decompression

    • Discuss surgical instrumentation and techniques involved in endoscopic medial orbital decompression

    • Demonstrate specific tips and technical pearls to optimize surgical outcomes

    2:30 PM  -  3:00 PM
    Break with Exhibitors - Breakout D
    Grand Crescent
    3:00 PM  -  3:45 PM
    Complex inflammatory sinusitis cases: Case presentations
    Grand Crescent
    Moderator: Adam DeConde, MD Panelists: Stacey Gray, MD, FARS, Joseph Jacobs, MD, Robert Kern, MD, FARS, Jivianne Lee, MD, FARS, Richard Orlandi, MD, FARS Presenters: Joshua Levy, MD; Patricia Loftus, MD; Gretchen Oakley, MD; Jonathan Overdevest, MD; Elisabeth Ference, MD • Describe surgical techniques for salvaging recalcitrant sinusitis • Understand medical therapies applied in recalcitrant sinusitis • Describe the workup indicated in medically and surgically recalcitrant sinusitis
    3:00 PM  -  3:45 PM
    Defining appropriate medical therapy for CRS
    Grand Ballroom I & II: Breakout Session B - Peter Manes, MD, FARS

    Moderator: Martin Citardi, MD, FARS

    Panelists: David Keschner, MD, FARS, Jean Kim, MD, FARS; Christopher Melroy, MD, FARS, Madeleine Schaberg, MD

    • Review CRS diagnosis and classification

    • Present options for initial medical therapy with an emphasis on defining clinical endotypes at the point of care • Discuss medical optimization before ESS

    • Define failures of medical therapy for CRS

    Moderator:
    3:00 PM  -  3:45 PM
    Endotypes matter in CRS management
    Vashon: Breakout Session C - Zara Patel, MD, FARS
    Moderator: Amber Luong, MD, FARS Panelists: Scott Graham, MD, FARS, Devyani Lal, MD, FARS, Andrew Lane, MD, FARS, Murray Ramanathan, MD, FARS • Review the concept of endotypes versus phenotypes • Analyze the proposed CRS endotypes • Illustrate clinical applications of endotypes
    3:00 PM  -  3:45 PM
    Topical therapies for chronic rhinosinusitis
    Cascade: Breakout Room A - Bradford Woodworth, MD, FARS
    Moderator: Rodney Schlosser, MD, FARS Panelists: Yvonne Chan, MD, FARS, Greg Davis, MD, FARS, Ayesha Khalid, MD, FARS, Brandon Knott, Justin Turner, MD, Brad Woodworth, MD, FARS • To determine which patients will benefit from topical therapies • To determine which medications are ideal for topical delivery • To identify optimal delivery method for topical delivery
    3:45 PM  -  4:15 PM
    Asthma update: What every ENT should know about state of the art asthma treatment
    Vashon: Breakout Session C - Zara Patel, MD, FARS
    Moderator: Catherine Hooper Miele, MD • Discuss the symptoms and signs of asthma • Describe current asthma treatment guidelines • Evaluate novel therapies including immunotherapy
    3:45 PM  -  4:15 PM
    Pituitary surgery: Pearls and pitfalls
    Grand Crescent

    Moderator:Anthony Del Signore, MD

    Panelists: Nithin Adappa, MD, FARS, Ashleigh Halderman, MD (FiT), Corinna Levine, MD, Jonathan Ting, MD

    • Understand strategies to build a pituitary practice with your neurosurgical colleagues

    • Describe surgical techniques for expanded endoscopic resection of pituitary tumors

    • Discuss various endoscopic repairs after resection of pituitary tumors

    Moderator:
    3:45 PM  -  4:15 PM
    Prednisone: Friend and Foe
    Cascade: Breakout Room A - Bradford Woodworth, MD, FARS
    Moderator: David Poetker, MD, FARS
    Speakers:
    3:45 PM  -  4:15 PM
    Understanding the International Consensus on Allergy and Rhinology Statements… and the most recent A
    Grand Ballroom I & II: Breakout Session B - Peter Manes, MD, FARS

    Moderator: Sarah Wise, MD, FARS

    • To understand the difference between guidelines and consensus statements

    • To review the evidence-based review with recommendations and international consensus on allergy and rhinology methods and processes

    • To examine the ICAR: Allergic Rhinitis document and some of its most notable recommendations

    Speakers:
    4:15 PM  -  5:00 PM
    "Epistaxis, hemostasis and HHT"
    Cascade: Breakout Room A - Bradford Woodworth, MD, FARS

    Moderator: Joseph Han, MD, FARS

    Panelists: Li-Xing, MD, Erin O'Brien, MD, FARS, Jayant Pinto, MD, Arthur Wu, MD, FARS

    • Understand the various causes of epistaxis

    • Outline the current established techniques and evidence for controlling epistaxis

    • Discuss the innovative and advanced therapies for epistaxis

    4:15 PM  -  5:00 PM
    Controversies in allergy testing and immunotherapy: Challenging traditional practice
    Grand Ballroom I & II: Breakout Session B - Peter Manes, MD, FARS
    Cases/Panel Moderator: Christopher McMains, MD, FARS Panelists: Mohamad Chaaban, MD, FARS, Stella Lee, MD, Mitsuhiro Okana, MD, Monica Patadia, MD, Lahari Rampur, MD; Maria Veling, MD • Communicate the basis for traditional allergy testing/treatment • Describe areas of growing controversy in allergy care • Apply new techniques in allergy testing
    4:15 PM  -  5:00 PM
    Runny noses: A comprehensive approach to the medical and surgical treatment of pediatric sinusitis
    Vashon: Breakout Session C - Zara Patel, MD, FARS

    Moderator: Sanjay Parikh, MD

    Panelists: Do-Yeon Cho, MD, David Gudis, MD, Ashutosh Kacker, MD, FARS, Eugenia Vining, MD, FARS

    • To understand when antibiotic treatment is appropriate in children with acute RS

    • To be able to discuss timing of allergy assessment in children with CRS

    • To recognize when diagnostic imaging is appropriate in children with CRS

    4:15 PM  -  5:00 PM
    Skull base cases: Case presentations
    Grand Crescent

    Moderator: Eric Wang, MD, FARS

    Panelists: Mikiya Asako, MD, Pete Batra, MD, FARS, Roy Casiano, MD, FARS, Martin Citardi, MD, FARS, Sarah Wise, MD, FARS,

    Presenters: Mamie Higgins, MD; Brian Thorp, MD, FARS; Philippe Lavigne, MD; Edward Kuan, MD

    • To discuss the complexities of surgical approaches to skull base pathologies

    • To recall potential complications associated with endoscopic skull base surgery

    • To understand the potential advantages and disadvantages to endoscopic endonasal skull base surgery for challenging skull base tumors

    5:00 PM  -  5:01 PM
    Meeting Adjourns (Breakout Session A)
    Cascade: Breakout Room A - Bradford Woodworth, MD, FARS
    5:00 PM  -  5:01 PM
    Meeting Adjourns (Breakout Session B)
    Grand Ballroom I & II: Breakout Session B - Peter Manes, MD, FARS
    5:00 PM  -  5:01 PM
    Meeting Adjourns (Breakout Session C)
    Vashon: Breakout Session C - Zara Patel, MD, FARS
    5:00 PM  -  5:01 PM
    Meeting Adjourns (Breakout Session D)
    Grand Crescent
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