The term Neuroendoscopy refers to the use of a neuro-endoscope to examine the central nervous system as well as perform minimally invasive neurosurgical procedures. The navigation and usage of an endoscope through the highly intricate anatomy of the human central nervous system is a complex technique. Thus, this training module would encapsulate the intricacies of skull base and ventricular endoscopy techniques.
This module would help the neurosurgeons in achieving a better eye-hand co-ordination, and polishing their neuro-endoscopy techniques as well learn about new approaches to the ventricles, sella and skull base.
The fellowship will last six days and include daily live surgery demonstrations. Daily lectures, demonstrations, and case discussions will also be part of the curriculum.
Each fellow will get the opportunity to work with human cadavers in a hands-on setting. There will be room for 10 fellows on a first-come, first-served basis.
Through lectures and case-based discussions, attendants will acquire basics anatomical knowledge, indications, techniques and complications of ventricular-cerebral and skull base endoscopic procedures.
Hands-on will be boot camps where trainees will progressively acquire skills in the management of neuro-endoscopic instruments in non-anatomic and anatomic simulators.
Practicing neurosurgeons, otolaryngologists, fellows and residents in training
Participants can obtain a certificate of attendance after completing the Course evaluation at the end of the Course by The Medicity and Clinical Training certification by the Respective Hospital.