UCSF CME: Techniques in Sialendoscopy and Salivary Duct Surgery is a conference dedicated to sialendoscopy-assisted surgical procedures. sialendoscopic, combined endoscopic, and ultrasound-guided techniques.
UCSF CME: Techniques in Sialendoscopy and Salivary Duct Surgery covers topics such as:
Expectations of potential outcomes, advantages and drawbacks of the various minimallyinvasive salivary duct and salivary gland procedures
The indications for sialendoscopy and salivary duct surgery versus submandibular or parotid gland resection for obstructive salivary gland disorders
Duct surgery procedures including duct dilation, sialendoscope insertion and maneuvering, sialendoscopic-guided instrument use (graspers, baskets, lasers, and dilators), sialolithotomy, sialodochotomy, sialodochoplasty, and transfacial approaches
The role of imaging and specifically surgeon-performed salivary gland ultrasound and ultrasound-guided procedures in the management of salivary obstruction
Difficult cases and recurrent or persistent disease
Sialendoscopy and sialendoscopic-assisted salivary duct surgery into ones practice
UCSF CME: Techniques in Sialendoscopy and Salivary Duct Surgery brings together physicians, residents/fellows and allied health professionals.