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The Portland Rhinoplasty Course

The Portland Rhinoplasty Course 2014

A unique opportunity to expand your knowledge in rhinoplasty surgery will be held August 1-3, 2014.

The Portland Rhinoplasty Course will emphasize intensive and personal contact with expert faculty. This will be accomplished by strictly limiting enrollment in the course, which will encourage and maximize exchange between participants and faculty.

This course will cover the art of rhinoplasty in depth. All aspects of the complex procedure will be discussed, from the fundamentals to the latest advancements in the field. The course will emphasize several key areas of rhinoplasty surgery, including:

  • Current evolution of the open structure approach
  • Secure strategies in revision rhinoplasty
  • New understandings relating form to function
  • Innovative applications of alloplastic materials

Each day of the course will feature structured panel discussions, faculty-student workshops, didactic presentations, and case analysis with the expert faculty. Participants are encouraged to bring their own difficult cases for discussion and analysis.

This course is appropriate for the resident surgeon, surgeons who wish to brush up on the fundamentals of rhinoplasty and the experienced practitioner interested in the latest technical refinements.

Seize this excellent opportunity to enhance your rhinoplasty knowledge and learn from this group of renowned rhinoplastic experts in a personal and approachable format. We invite you to join us in the continuing quest for mastery of this challenging field.

Laboratory

Participants in the laboratory portion of the course will have the opportunity to dissect fresh cadaver specimens. Relevant anatomy and surgical maneuvers will be demonstrated. Laboratory enrollment will be strictly limited to ensure ample opportunities for personal interaction with faculty instructors. While some instruments will be available, participants should provide their own rhinoplasty instruments and headlight to facilitate the dissection. Course participants are urged to register early for this outstanding educational opportunity.

Course Content

The course will focus on in-depth explorations of the following topics:

  • Facial aesthetic considerations in rhinoplasty
  • Surgical modifications of the nasal tip
  • Grafting in the nasal tip
  • Contemporary open structure rhinoplasty
  • Sequential management of the twisted nose
  • Augmentation rhinoplasty
  • Reduction rhinoplasty
  • Revision rhinoplasty
  • Nasal frontal angle considerations
  • Nasolabial complex surgery
  • Form and function in rhinoplasty
  • Nasal reconstruction
  • Mentoplasty surgery
  • Complications: prevention and management
  • Coding for rhinoplasty

Registration

The Portland Rhinoplasty Course will be held August 1-3, 2014, in Portland, Oregon and you may register by completing the registration form and sending it to   or mailing with payment to:

Course Registrar
The Portland Rhinoplasty Course
3181 SW Sam Jackson Park Rd, PV01
Portland, OR 97239-3098

If you are interested in receiving information about this course, The Portland Aging Face Course, or have questions about registration, please call 503 494-5678 or email .
Enrollment for the Portland Rhinoplasty Course and the Portland Aging Face Course is limited to facial plastic surgeons, otolaryngologists, plastic surgeons, and residents/fellows in these specialties.

Hotel Information

We have a block of rooms reserved from Thursday, July 31st through Saturday, August 2nd at the River's Edge Hotel for participants convenience.  They are the Hillside Rooms and the rate is $159.00/night plus tax.  Contact the River's Edge Hotel at 503 802-5800 or 888 556-4402 to make reservations and mention the course name to get the discounted rate.

Accreditation and Credit

Accreditation

Oregon Health & Science University School of Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

Credit

OHSU School of Medicine, Division of CME, designates this live activity for a maximum of 19.5 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM.  Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.


Course Directors

Tom D. Wang, MD

Michael M. Kim, MD

Course Faculty

Richard Davis, MD - Faculty Guest of Honor

Edward Farrior, MD - Faculty Guest of Honor

Ted Cook, MD

Brian Downs, MD

Oren Friedman, MD

John Hoffmann, MD

Myriam del Mar Loyo, MD

Ben Marcus, MD

Henry Milczuk, MD

Sam Most, MD

Craig Murakami, MD

James Ridgeway, MD

Russell Ries, MD

Scott Roofe, MD

Nathan Sautter, MD

Christian Stallworth, MD

Andrew Winkler, MD

Brian Wong, MD

Registration

Registration Form
PRC 2014 Registration Form

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