Webinar: Expect More From Pituitary Surgery

 

Expect More from Pituitary Surgery: Difference-makers for Post-Operative Outcomes

Presented by:

Norberto Andaluz MD, MBA, FACS, and Ahmad Sedaghat, MD, PhD

September 23, 2020.  3:00pm (PDT)

 

The learning objectives of this presentation are:
1.  To understand the surgical steps of endoscopic pituitary surgery
2.  To understand how the surgical steps of endoscopic pituitary surgery translate to post-operative outcomes 
3.  To understand surgical factors that can modify post-operative outcomes after endoscopic pituitary surgery
4.  To understand post-operative care that can modify post-operative outcomes after endoscopic pituitary surgery.
 
 
 

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 Ahmad Sedaghat:  Associate Professor and Director of the Division of Rhinology, Allergy and Anterior Skull Base Surgery in the Department of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine and UC Health.

 Dr Sedaghat is a fellowship-trained rhinologist and anterior skull base surgeon at the University of Cincinnati and UC Health System where he is an Associate Professor and Director of the Division of Rhinology, Allergy and Anterior Skull Base Surgery in the Department of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery.  He completed his undergraduate training at Columbia University, followed by his medical degree and a PhD at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.  He then completed his otolaryngology residency and a fellowship in rhinology and anterior skull base surgery at Harvard Medical School.  Upon completion of his training, he joined the otolaryngology faculty at Harvard Medical School where he was a rhinologist, until 2019 when he joined the faculty at the University of Cincinnati.  Dr. Sedaghat is a nationally and internationally recognized expert in the field, with numerous national and international invited presentations given.  He has over 130 published studies, and leads an active research program that focuses on quality of life in sinonasal disease and after sinus surgery. 

 

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