Day 1 Thursday, october 22
09:30 Welcome and introduction, equipment and instruments Weber
09:50 Principles of dissection Kühnel
10:10 Principles of sinus anatomy Hosemann
10:30 Transit from lecture hall to dissection hall  
10:40 Exercise: Delineate individual anatomy using navigation Faculty 
Laptop-based analysis of CT and defining of anti-targets (Collision warning) Faculty 
11:30 Hands-on dissection*: Systematic nasal endoscopy, septoplasty, turbinoplasty of the middle turbinate Kühnel
12:15 Course foto, Lunch  
13:15 Lecture, master dissection and hands-on dissection*: Anatomy of uncinate process and maxillary sinus ostium;uncinectomy / infundibulotomy and middle meatal antrostomy 1-3; Hosemann
15:00 Coffee break  
15:30 Lecture, master dissection and hands-on dissection*: Anatomy of anterior ethmoid and frontal recess, anterior ethmoidectomy, anterior ethmoidal artery, frontal sinus drainage I, IIa Weber
Technical Feature:  frontal sinus pathway finding; shaver navigation  
17:30 End of day 1  
18:00 Course dinner  
Day 2 Friday, October 23
08:30 Lecture, master dissection and hands-on dissection*: Posterior ethmoidectomy, sphenoethmoidal recess, sphenoidotomy (transnasal / transethmoidal / transethmoidal-transnasal) Hosemann
10:30 Coffee break  
11:00 Lecture, master dissection and hands-on dissection*: Dissection of vessels: sphenopalatine artery Weber
12:00 Master dissection and hands-on dissection*: Dissection of vessels:  anterior / middle / posterior ethmoidal artery Hosemann
12:45 Special Feature: Propel, Propel mini Weber
13:00 Lunch  
14:00 Master dissection and hands-on dissection*: Management of complications : orbital decompression (endonasal decompression, lateral canthotomy and inferior cantholysis), duraplasty Kühnel
15:15 Master dissection and hands-on dissection*: Endonasal Dacryocystorhinostomy, "Testing the Limits" Kühnel
16:00 Cases of interest:  how to manage clinical challenges Faculty
16:30 Evaluation of FESS Course , Closing ceremony and certificates Faculty
17:00 End of course  
* One whole specimen is available for two participants (one side at disposal for each participant). Dissection is done on a rotating basis.

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