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ACADEMIC VIDEOS FROM BSBI-BEIRC
Webinar | Neck dissection - terminologies, decision making, and complications | Dr. Rakshita | BEIRC
Watch the online Webinar on Neck dissection - terminologies, decision making, and complications from Dr. Rakshita Kamath, Consultant ENT Surgeon, Bangalore ENT Institute & Research Center, Bangalore. #BEIRC #bangaloreentinstitutenandresearchinstitute #webinar #onlinewebinar #neckdissection #neckdissectioncomplications #neckdissectionsurgeryprocedure #neckdissectionawareness #neckdissectionrecovery
Webinar | Potentially Malignant Disorders of Head & Neck | Bangalore ENT Institute & Research Center
Watch the online Webinar on Potentially Malignant Disorders of the Head & Neck from Dr. Rakshita Kamath, Consultant ENT Surgeon, Bangalore ENT Institute & Research Center, Bangalore. #headandneck #headandneckdisorder #webinar #bangaloreentinstituteandresearchcenter #beirc #malignantdisorders
AOICON 2022 | Association Of Otolaryngologists Of India | 73rd Annual Conference
Dr. Sampath Chandra Prasad Rao delivered a academic lecture on Skull Base Paraganglioma: State of the Art at the 73rd AOICON on 08-01-22. Thanks to the organisers Dr. Prakash Moonka and Dr. Samit Lal for the arrangements and hospitality. Thanks also to Dr. Samir Bhargava, Dr. Kaushal Sheth, Dr. Bharathi Basavaraj and Dr. Hetal.
Case of the Month | Episode 8
CASE OF THE MONTH: Subtotal temporal bone resection with subtotal parotidectomy with facial nerve preservation with temporalis muscle resection for Adenoid cystic carcinoma of EAC This is a monthly case discussion for the benefit of post graduates and junior consultants interested in Skull Base Surgery. In this webinar we will discuss the most interesting case managed at our center and the various aspects regarding management of such a case.
Patient Testimonial | Acute Suppurative Lymphadenopathy in the Neck | BEIRC
Mrs. Uma Maheshwari from Bangalore was diagnosed with acute suppurative lymphadenopathy in the neck. She got in touch with Team BEIRC led by Dr. Sampath Chandra Prasad Rao, founder of Bangalore ENT Institute and Research Center. She underwent selective neck dissection and her disease was completely eradicated at the end of the surgery. Post operatively her biopsy report revealed Tubercular Lymphadenitis which was managed medically with ATT. She is extremely happy with the outcome of the surgery, has resumed her duties and leads a perfectly normal life.
CASE OF THE MONTH | BANGALORE SKULL BASE INSTITUTE | EPISODE 6
Dr. Sampath Chandra Prasad Rao and Team Bangalore Skull Base and Cochlear Institute successfully performed Asia Pacific’s First Osia Implant in a Skull Base Surgery for massive Petrous bone Epidermoid. The patient from Iraq presented with history of previous surgery with a 10 year old history of HB grade VI facial nerve paralysis and hearing loss. The tumor was completely excised via a Transcochlear Subtotal Petrosectomy. This was combined with facial plastic work by Dr. Vishwas KV that included upper lid loading, lateral canthal canthopexy and facial microfat grafting. After the combined procedures, an Osia Implant was placed on the ipsilateral side to restore hearing. At 𝐁𝐚𝐧𝐠𝐚𝐥𝐨𝐫𝐞 𝐒𝐤𝐮𝐥𝐥 𝐁𝐚𝐬𝐞 𝐈𝐧𝐬𝐭𝐢𝐭𝐮𝐭𝐞 and 𝐁𝐚𝐧𝐠𝐚𝐥𝐨𝐫𝐞 𝐂𝐨𝐜𝐡𝐥𝐞𝐚𝐫 𝐈𝐦𝐩𝐥𝐚𝐧𝐭 𝐈𝐧𝐬𝐭𝐢𝐭𝐮𝐭𝐞 we offer a multidisciplinary and multicentric approach to complex skull base pathologies. We are one of the largest Skull Base programmes in India performing more than 150 skull base cases in a year and catering to over 15 countries apart from drawing patients from all over India. www.bsbi.info www.bciinstitue.net
Suffering from Vertigo ? Listen to Dr Sampath Chandra Prasad Rao's talk on Vertigo
Vertigo is the sense of the world spinning, rotating, or rocking that is experienced even when a person is holding perfectly still. Some patients use the term vertigo interchangeably with dizziness to describe a variety of symptoms, ranging from balance disorders and difficulty with walking to motion sickness or lightheadedness. However, most health care professionals consider vertigo to be a specific complaint that involves the balance centers of the inner ear and the brain. To understand vertigo, it's helpful to understand the anatomy of the ear. Sound waves travel through the outer ear canal until they reach the eardrum. From there, sound turns into vibrations, which transmits in the middle ear via three small bones -- the incus, the malleus, and the stapes -- to the cochlea and finally to the vestibular nerve, which carries the signal to our brain that interprets those nerve impulses as sound. Source : https://www.medicinenet.com/
Webinar | Egyptian Otological Society | Lateral skullbase surgery | Dr. Sampath Chandra Prasad Rao
Watch Dr. Sampath Chandra Prasad Rao's presentation on the topic LATERAL SKULL BASE SURGERY, PRESENT AND FUTURE at the 20th Annual Virtual Meeting of Otology on the Nile which was jointly organized by Egyptian Otological Society and American Academy of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery.
CASE OF THE MONTH (EP-2)
BSBI-BEIRC-BCII CASE OF THE MONTH EP-2 Topic: Tympanojugular Paraganglioma type C4 Speakers: Dr. Sampath Chandra Prasad Rao, Consultant Skull base surgeon, Manipal Hospital, HAL road, Bangalore Dr. Mohan Kumar H N Consultant Interventional Cardiologist, Columbia Asia Hospital, Sarjapur, Bangalore Dr. CV Chavadi, Consultant Radiologist, Columbia Asia Hospital, Sarjapur, Bangalore Dr.Kavitha Prakash Palled, Consultant, ENT and Head and Neck surgeon, Columbia Asia Hospital, Sarjapur, Bangalore The idea behind this webinar series is to bring up together thoughts and in-theatre experiences of most interesting case of the month. The case of the month is discussed in such a way that It will benefit junior consultants and postgraduates interested in Skull Base Surgery.
CASE OF THE MONTH (EP-1)
Topic: Multiple Intracranial Schwannoma as a part of Neurofibromatosis-2 Speakers: Dr. Sampath Chandra Prasad Rao, Consultant Skull base surgeon, Manipal Hospital, HAL road, Bangalore Dr. Vadiraj BM, Consultant Radiation oncologist, Manipal Hospital, HAL road, Bangalore Dr. CV Chavadi, Consultant Radiologist, Columbia Asia Hospital, Sarjapur, Bangalore Dr. Kavitha Prakash Palled, Consultant ENT and Head and Neck surgeon, Columbia Asia Hospital, Sarjapur, Bangalore The idea behind this webinar series is to bring up together thoughts and in-theatre experiences of most interesting case of the month. The case of the month is discussed in such a way that It will benefit junior consultants and postgraduates interested in Skull Base Surgery.
COVID 19 is here to stay. What is the future of ENT surgical practice?
Watch the recorded Webinar on “COVID 19 is here to stay. What is the future of ENT surgical practice?” with 6 following panelists: · Dr. Subhaschandra Shetty, MS FRACS, New Zealand · Dr. Arunachalam Iyer, MS, UK · Dr. Chang Wai Tsz, MD, Hong Kong · Dr. Puya Dehgani-Mobaraki, MD, Italy · Dr. Chethan M K, MD, (Anaesthesiology), Abu Dhabi · Dr. Sampath Chandra Prasad Rao, MS, DNB, FACS, FEBORLHNS, FEAONO, India (as Moderator)
Hearing Restoration through Cochlear & Other Implants (For Public)
Hearing is one of the most essential senses, and losing it can turn a person's life upside down. To help you understand how it can be restored, join Dr Sampath Chandra Prasad Rao's Facebook Live video session on 18th April, 10:00 AM to 10:30 AM. #ApolloSpectra
Huge Lower Cranial Nerve Schwannoma from upper neck to brain in a Nepalese patient
Mr. Ram Prasad Wagle from Nepal, speaks about his experience after undergoing a successful surgery for a massive Lower Cranial Schwannoma extending from upper neck to the brain operated successfully “I consider this to be a landmark case in skull base surgery”- Dr. Sampath Chandra Prasad Rao Mr. Ramprasad consulted with Dr. Sampath Chandra Prasad Rao, Consultant, Skull Base Surgery and Otorhinolaryngology (ENT), Manipal Hospitals, due to a large tumor in the base of his skull. The patient agreed for a two-part operation and underwent intense and complicated surgery to remove the tumor. Watch more here.