Pituitary Gland Cadaveric Course

Date: July 20, 2017
Delivered by: Mr Sean Carrie, Mr John Hill, Mr Alistair Jenkins & Miss Claire Nicholson
Contact: Melissa John
Email: melissa.john@medtronic.com

This course is designed for Neurosurgeons, Otolaryngologists, Head and Neck Surgeons and Skull Base Surgeons who are interested in the most recent developments in Endoscopic surgery of the Cranial Base and Pituitary Gland


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