The assembly will provide otolaryngologists and residents in training with practical, case-based knowledge and skills regarding:
- Minimal access thyroid surgery;
- Image modalities and management of more extensive thyroid cancer;
- Transoral robotic surgery (TORS);
- Implantable auditory assistive devices;
- Practice management and Meaningful Use.
David Terris, MD, an Edward S. Porubsky Distinguished Professor, and chairman of the department of otolaryngology – head and neck surgery and surgical director of the Thyroid Center at Georgia Health Sciences University in Augusta, GA, will speak at the event. Dr. Terris will discuss new and emerging techniques in endoscopic and robotic thyroidectomy as well as provide information about parathyroidectomy.
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