13th Congress of the European Skull Base Society
Founded in 1993, the ESBS is a multidisciplinary scientific association aimed at promoting the exchange of knowledge and experience of professionals in the skull base sciences. The theme of this year’s Congress is “Mutual learning – overcoming limitations”. The main topics include surgery of the infratemporal fossa, frontal sinus surgery, endoscopic orbital surgery, surgery of the pterygoid fossa, surgery of the cavernous sinus and the sellar region, infrasellar and transcival approach as well as CSF leakage.
Overcoming Limitations with Advanced Technology
Experience Brainlab Elements planning software including Elements Adaptive Hybrid Surgery – a software that helps balance surgical and radiosurgical risks in skull base tumor cases.
Be sure to join us for our symposium “Advancements in Neuronavigation and Intraoperative Imaging” (details below).
See you in Warsaw!
ADVANCEMENTS IN NEURONAVIGATION AND INTRAOPERATIVE IMAGING
Brainlab invites you to join our symposium at the 13th Congress of the European Skull Base Society to gain insights into the current and future trends of skull base surgery technology.
|12:20 – 12:50||Software-assisted Individualized Precision Skull Base Surgery |
University Hospital Mannheim, Germany
|12:50 – 13:20||Advancements in Neuronavigation and Intraoperative Imaging, Using iMRI for Navigation Update |
Central Military Hospital Prague, Czech Republic
Thursday, April 19, 2018
12:20 – 13:20
Warsaw Hall WH V
Hilton Warsaw Hotel and Convention Centre
For more information, please email Lisa Maier at [email protected].
Visit us at Brainlab booth at the ESBS Congress in Warsaw.