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Head and Neck: The Essential Anatomy
This course focuses on radiological anatomy of the head and neck, an area known to be complex and not completely understood by many. Guiding you step by step to grasp anatomical concepts and relationships, and how to apply these practically in your everyday CT & MRI reporting. Topics covered include anatomy of the skull base, neck spaces, temporal bone, orbits, nose and sinuses, larynx and pharynx. There will be an interactive session on Osirix with lots of complete normal and abnormal cases to go through to test knowledge and practice all the principles learnt.
This is the second H&N course after a very successful first course at St George’s (Head&Neck Imaging in A&E) and in response to an increasing demand for dedicated teaching of radiological anatomy which is key for understanding and detecting head and neck pathology on imaging.
This course is recommended for all trainees wishing to build a strong foundation in head and neck imaging, as well as for consultants wishing to refresh and reinforce their image-interpretation skills
SRT members are entitled to a discount off this course!
SRT members £60
Radiology trainees £90
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