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5th Global Summit and Expo on Head, Neck and Plastic Surgery, will be organized around the theme “Leading-edge research and In-sights of Head, Neck and Plastic Surgery”
Head & Neck Surgery 2017 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Head & Neck Surgery 2017
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The most prominent reasons of Hearing disability are inner ear damage, buildup of earwax, abnormal bone growth in ear, tumors, ear infection and ruptured ear drum. The choice of treatment depends upon the kind of loss a person have. It could be Conductive, Sensorineural or Mixed hearing loss. The options for treating Hearing loss includes: Removing wax blockage, surgical procedures, Hearing aids and Cochlear implants.
- Track 1-1Auditory Neuropathy Spectrum Disorder (ANSD)
- Track 1-2Causes of conductive deafness
- Track 1-3Ototoxicity
- Track 1-4Age Related Hearing Loss
- Track 1-5Hyperacusis
- Track 1-6Non syndromic hearing loss and deafness
Pediatric otolaryngology provides a comprehensive surgical and non-surgical care for newborns, and other children suffering from congenital disorders, tumor and infectious diseases related to the ENT and other related structures of the head and neck. The specific conditions under this topic are Hearing loss, Pediatric voice and resonance, Sinusitis, Tumors of the head and neck (specifically throat cancer), Tonsillitis (pharyngitis), Cleft palate and other craniofacial malformations, Lumps and bumps of the head and neck, Apnea and snoring, Cochlear implants for profound hearing loss, Allergy problems and Vascular malformations.
- Track 2-1Adenoidectomy
- Track 2-2Caustic ingestion
- Track 2-3Cricotracheal resection
- Track 2-4Decannulation
- Track 2-5Laryngomalacia
- Track 2-6Laryngotracheal reconstruction
- Track 2-7Myringotomy and tubes
- Track 2-8Obstructive sleep apnea
- Track 2-9Pediatric Otology
ENT infection is considered to be the most prevalent ENT disorder and the main root cause behind this is the germs that get trapped inside the ear. These infections are more common in children. ENT Infectious diseases mainly include Implications for gonococci detection, fungal laryngitis and various others.
- Track 3-1Fungal laryngitis in immuno-competent patients
- Track 3-2Tonsils in adults and children
- Track 3-3Implications for gonococci detection
- Track 3-4Antimicrobial resistance profiles of ocular and nasal flora
- Track 3-5Mucormycosis in immuno-competent patients
- Track 3-6Bacteriological and immunological studies related to ear
The Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery comprises of mainly Melanoma Surgery, Breast Reconstruction Surgery, Skin Care, General Reconstructive Surgery, Pediatric Plastic Surgery and Cosmetic Surgery, Fillers, and Injectable. The broad scope of the topic is to Repair deformities to rebuild a Normal Function & Appearance. Cosmetic surgery is related to Plastic Surgery, but they are not same.
Cosmetic surgery includes Ear Surgery (Otoplasty), Eyelid Surgery (Blepharoplasty), Facial Implants, Forehead Lift (Browlift), Lip Augmentation, BOTOX® Injections, Laser Hair Removal and many others. The foremost objective of the topic is to enhance appearance and to reconstruct the abnormalities.
Related Conference to Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery:
- Track 4-1Rhinology Surgery
- Track 4-2Trauma to the face
- Track 4-3Complex lacerations and soft tissue damage
- Track 4-4Injectable cosmetic treatments
- Track 4-5Genioplasty
- Track 4-6Otoplasty
- Track 4-7Browlift and Blepharoplasty
- Track 4-8Facelift (rhytidectomy)
- Track 4-9Rhinoplasty and septoplasty
- Track 4-10Basal Cell Carcinoma
Head, Neck and Oral Oncology
The Head and Neck cancer specifically comprises of Oral cancer (Cancer of the oral cavity), Pharyngeal cancer or throat cancer (cancer in this region include nasopharynx, oropharynx, hypopharynx), Laryngeal cancer (cancer arises in the larynx), Nasal cavity and the paranasal sinuses (more than half of this type occur in the maxillary sinuses), Thyroid cancer (mostly occurs in adults and it is one of the most curable types) and Parathyroid tumors (mostly are benign).
Related Conference to Head, Neck and Oral Oncology:
- Track 5-1Oral Epidemiology and Risk Factors
- Track 5-2Oral and craniofacial diseases
- Track 5-3Tobacco and oral diseases
- Track 5-4Prevention of oral cancer
- Track 5-5Chemotheraphy of oral cancer and its side effects
- Track 5-6Diagnosis and Management
- Track 5-7Molecular Pathogenesis of Oral cancer
- Track 5-8Carotid body tumor
- Track 5-9Head and Neck Cancer viruses- Epstein Barr virus and Human papillomavirus
- Track 5-10Hematopoietic Stem cell treatment
- Track 5-11Life tools and recent advancements in Head and Neck Oncology
- Track 5-12Squamous cell carcinoma, melanoma and tumor pathology
- Track 5-13Chemotherapy for Head and Neck Oncology
- Track 5-14Radiation therapy for Head and Neck Oncology
- Track 5-15Oral Surgery
ENT surgery necessitates exquisite cooperation between the surgery and anaesthetic teams. Besides assisting surgery through providing an immobile operative field, anaesthesiologist must also provide oxygenation, adequate anaesthesia, carbon dioxide elimination, and a quick return of consciousness and airway reflexes after surgery. This track depicts the anaesthetic management of the commonly performed paediatric ENT procedures, which includes oesophagoscopy, adenotonsillectomy, and middle ear surgery.
- Track 6-1Anesthetic system for micro laryngeal surgery
- Track 6-2Anesthesia for ENT surgery
- Track 6-3Anaesthetic techniques for middle ear surgery
- Track 6-4Anaesthesia in pediatric otolaryngology
- Track 6-5Anesthesia in thoracic surgery
Implants are medical devices used to replace non-functional biological structure, support a biological structure or to enhace the efficiency of the structure.
Sensory and neurological implants are used to overcome disorders affecting brain and other major senses. This category of implants includes tymnopanostomy tube, intraocular lens, cochlear implant, intrastromal corneal ring segment and neurotransmitter. Dental implant interface with the bone of the skull to assist dental prosthesis.
Related Conference to implants and recent approach in implants
International Conference on Neuromuscular and Electrodiagnostic Medicine
- Track 7-1Cochlear Implants or Auditory Brainstem Implant (ABI)
- Track 7-2Implantable Bone Conduction Devices
- Track 7-3Dental implant
Surgery is considered to be the oldest and most refined method to treat abnormalities related to ear, nose and throat. Ear surgery is conducted to correct specific causes of hearing loss. Nose surgery basically includes different types of procedures to treat sinus problems (sinus surgery). Wherereas, Pharyngeal (throat) surgery can include complicated procedures such as (laryngectomy) in case of larynx cancer or more simple procedures such as (adenoidectomy) or (tonsillectomy). Head and neck surgery is necessary to remove a tumor or reconstruct an area after deformation from trauma or injury.
Endoscopic sinus surgery has allowed a visibility inside the nose and sinuses, and a much better understanding of their diseases.
There are many other non-surgical treatments available to treat problems related to ear, nose and throat at acute level. Antimicrobial agents are mostly prescribed for both acute and chronic sinusitis. Antifungal medications are also very effective against fighting with ENT infectious diseases.
- Track 8-1Radiologic Imaging of the paranasal sinuses and skull base
- Track 8-2CS 9300 for ENT and dental imaging
- Track 8-3Impedance matching function of middle ear
- Track 8-4Role of maskers in tinnitus management
- Track 8-5Rinne’s test
- Track 8-6Otologic and neurotologic diagnostics and tests
- Track 8-7Genetic diagnosis of hereditary hearing loss
- Track 8-8Endoscopic skull base reconstruction- Complications
- Track 8-9Endoscopic anatomy of the skull base and parasellar region
- Track 8-10Temporal bone imaging
Oral and maxillofacial surgery is a part of dentistry that comprises the diagnosis and surgical treatment of diseases, injuries, and defects that involves the functional aspects of the hard and soft tissues of the head, neck, teeth, mouth, gums, and jaws. Oral and maxillofacial surgeons are expertise in treating multiple defects, injuries, related to the mouth, jaws, teeth, and face.
This speciality also includes treatment of accident victims suffering fractures and facial injuries and it also offers dental implant surgery, and care for patients with benign and malignant tumors and cysts of the jaws.
- Track 9-1Reconstructive and Dental implant surgery
- Track 9-2Anesthesiology
- Track 9-3Corrective Jaw (Orthognathic) Surgery
- Track 9-4Bone Grafting
- Track 9-5Obstructive sleep apnea
Anatomical and Physiological Disorders leads to certain disorders like Chronic nasal obstruction, epistaxis and myasis, Rhinorrhoea & Rhinolith, Nasal polyposis, Septal hematoma, Nasal reflexes, Post-Nasal drip & Young’s syndrome, cleft palate, Kartagener’s syndrome, Deviated nasal septum, etc. The most common diagnostic procedures that can be used in case of ear, nose and throat disorders are Rinne test, Weber test, Pneumotympanometry, Posterior rhinoscopy, Strep screen, Throat culture, Palpation and Biopsy.
- Track 10-1Sinonasal anatomy, physiology and development
- Track 10-2Cleft palate
- Track 10-3Nasal reflexes, Post-Nasal drip & Young’s syndrome
- Track 10-4Deviated nasal septum
- Track 10-5Septal hematoma
- Track 10-6Rhinorrhoea & Rhinolith
- Track 10-7Rhinologic aspects of sleep disordered breathing
- Track 10-8ENT Injuries
- Track 10-9Nasal polyposis, Nasal epistaxis and Nasal myasis
- Track 10-10Chronic nasal obstruction
- Track 10-11Central auditory and vestibular pathways
- Track 10-12Pathophysiology of Nose and ear bone
- Track 10-13Objective measures of nasal function
- Track 10-14Kartagener’s syndrome
The track of Laryngology includes disorders and injuries of the vocal apparatus, especially the larynx. Common conditions addressed by laryngologists include vocal fold nodules and cysts, spasmodic dysphonia, laryngeal cancer, papillomas, laryngopharyngeal reflux, and voice misuse/abuse/overuse syndromes. The other division of this track deals with the latest surgical approaches involved in the ENT. The main highlights of the track are Head and Neck Surgery, Total laryngectomy, Dysphagia, Surgery for swallowing disorders, & Tonsillectomy in children.
- Track 11-1Dysphonia/hoarseness
- Track 11-2Hoarseness Evaluation and Treatment
- Track 11-3Laryngopharyngeal Reflux
- Track 11-4Salivary gland tumors
- Track 11-5Speech therapy and audio processing
- Track 11-6Tracheostomy
- Track 11-7Spasmodic dysphonia
- Track 11-8Vocal cord nodules and polyps
- Track 11-9Laryngitis
- Track 11-10Spasmodic dysphonia
Sinusitis is the most common condition related to nasal disorder. Overall infectious or inflammatory sinus disease can divided into acute i.e., quick onset or chronic i.e., over a long period of time. Acute sinusitis is very common is typically treated with a combination of different antibiotics and agents to decrease inflammation in the nose.
Sinusitis can be treated surgically or non-surgically, depending upon the condition.
- Track 12-1Surgical navigation and Intraoperative Imaging
- Track 12-2Endoscopic applications in orbital Surgery
- Track 12-3Somnoplasty
- Track 12-4Septal disorders and septoplasty
- Track 12-5Ossicular chain reconstruction
- Track 12-6Surgical approaches to nasopharynx
- Track 12-7Management of superior canal dehiscence
- Track 12-8Surgical treatment of obstructive sleep apnea
The most frequently occuring ear diseases are Otitis Media, External Ear Infections, Tinnitus, Ear Wax (Cerumen), Cholesteatoma and Autoimmune Inner Ear Disease (AIED). In comparison to adults children are more likely to get affected with an ear infection. There are various diagnostic procedures that can be used in case of ear infection such as Hearing tests, Gadolinium-enhanced magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), etc. Ear disorders can be treated either by non-surgical or surgical methods. In non-surgical method, prescribed drugs like meclizine or lorazepam, prochlorperazine, are very effective.
- Track 13-1Acute external otits (swimmer’s ear)
- Track 13-2Keratosis obturans
- Track 13-3Adenoma and ceruminoma
- Track 13-4Exostosis
- Track 13-5Ramsay hunt syndrome
- Track 13-6Otomycosis
- Track 13-7Prechondritis pinna- Cauliflower ear
- Track 13-8Erysipelas
- Track 13-9Trigonocephaly and its treatment
- Track 13-10Collaural fistula
- Track 13-11Congenital swellings of Pinna- Dermoid, Hemangioma, Lymphangiomas
- Track 13-12Preauricular sinus- BOR syndrome
- Track 13-13Congenital malformations- Microtia, Atresia
- Track 13-14Pierced ear lobe infections
Neurotology is a sub-specialty of Head and Neck Surgery and is closely related to otology. The most common Neurological diseases of the ear are Acoustic Neuroma, Paragaglioma, Bell’s Palsy, Traumatic Facial Paralysis, Petrous Apex Epidermoid, Facial Paralysis from Facial Nerve Tumors, Chondrosarcoma and Clival Chordoma. The neurotologists or other researchers can present their work under this track.
- Track 14-1Neuro Otolaryngology
- Track 14-2Vestibular neuronitis
- Track 14-3Facial nerve paralysis
- Track 14-4Hearing loss and deafness
- Track 14-5Labyrinthectomy
- Track 14-6Vertigo
- Track 14-7Perforated eardrum
- Track 14-8Sensorineural hearing loss
Bioethics in Head and Neck Surgery is associated with exploring ethical issues in this arena and in managing clinical ethics consultations. This track will also cover the best known approach to solve bioethical problems that have developed over past few years and to examine the sources of litigation related to the Head and Neck Surgery Practice. Ethical aspects involved in head and neck surgery mainly focuses on theoretically oriented issues and quality-of-life issues.
- Track 15-1Humanism in medicine
- Track 15-2Best approach to solve bioethical issues
- Track 15-3Ethical decision making model in the treatment of Head and Neck cancer
- Track 15-4Malpractice litigation related to Head and Neck Surgery