Malignant tumors of the nose, sinuses and anterior skull base
Expansive lesions of the orbit
Four-hands approach to the anterior skull base
HEAD AND NECK
NBI for diagnosis of H&N lesions
Transoral surgery: Laser vs Robotics
Robotics: Da Vinci vs flexible handling
Thyroid surgery: external, endoscopic, “hidden”
Emergency tracheotomy: endoscopic vs external approach
HPV in head and neck cancer
Transoral ultrasound-guided surgery
Multidisciplinary protocols in head and neck cancer
3D printing technology
Pollution and ENT diseases
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