Wednesday, September 16, 2020

ORL-HNS DEPARTMENT'S CONTINOUS PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT







Events 2012:

(1) 1st UMMC Otology Workshop and Live Surgery:

To be announced

(2) 5th UMMC Vertigo Class and Workshop:
(3) 1st ENT-UM Alumni Meeting 2012:
6th April 2012, 2pm (Details)


Events in 2009:

(1) 1st UMMC Ear Reconstruction and BAHA Workshop: done
16 & 17 March 2009

(2) 2nd UMMC Endoscopic Sinus Surgery Course & Live Surgery:
30& 31 July 2009(Details)

(3) 3rd UMMC Powered Instrument Workshop:
21 August 2009(Details)

(4) 2nd UMMC Laser Course & Workshop:
15 & 16 December 2009 (Details)

*All brochures and details about above courses and workshops will be released soon. Kindly give your e-mail address (under comment link below), if you are interested to know further. Thank you!

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Events in 2008:

(1) 1st UMMC Endoscopic Sinus Surgery Course & Live Surgery

Date: 9 & 10th October 2008 ( Details )


(2) 1st UMMC Laser Surgery Course & Live Surgery
Date: 16 & 17th December 2008 ( Details )




Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Post Congress: 5th UMMC Endoscopic Sinus Surgery Course

In conjunction with 4th Malaysian International ORL-HNS Congress, we are delighted to invite you to join our 5th FESS Course (post congress). Kindly click the poster below:



CLICK HERE FOR FINAL BROCHURE


See you there!

ORL-HNS
UMMC

Thursday, February 16, 2012

1st ENT-UM Alumni Meeting 2012


Dear Alumni,

You are cordially invited to '1st ENT-UM Alumni' Meeting:

Date: 6th April 2012
Time: 2.00pm
Venue: Dewan Sekapur Sireh, UMMC, Kuala Lumpur


Kindly click the important documents below:

(1)Invitation Letter

(2)RSVP (BEFORE 25th March 2012)

Or you may leave your e-mail address under 'the comment' link below.

Thanks

Alumni Coordinator
UMMC

Wednesday, January 26, 2011

UMMC is a Malaysian Chapter of Scandinavian Ear Reconstruction Centre (SERC)!


Between 21st to 26th January 2011, we were very delighted to welcome our visiting professor from Sweden, Prof S.O Wikstrom! He was very happy to teach us techniques in otoplasty...He did some operations and gave lectures on Scandinavian Otoplasty Technique..

To know further about the technique, reader may click on the photo below:

Thursday, January 13, 2011

CLINICAL FELLOWSHIP IN ADVANCED ORL-HNS, AT UMMC


We were delighted to receive two clinical fellows, Dr. Nada, from Saudi Arabia and Dr. Nik Adilah, from USM, Malaysia.

Whoever interested in doing clinical fellowship at UMMC, kindly fill up your pre-registration by clicking the icon below:


Friday, December 10, 2010

CONGRATS TO A/PROF RAHMAT FOR HIS INVENTIONS!


Department of ORL-HNS, UMMC would like to congratulate A/Prof Rahmat for his wonderful achievements in Seoul International Invention Fair (SIIF) 2010, South Korea. Below are the inventions and award received:

1. Research Title : THE OTOLOGY TUBE: A CONTEMPORARY MULTI-UTILITY TRAINER AND SIMULATOR WORKSTATION DESIGNED AS TEACHING INNOVATION IN MEDICINE AND OTORHINOLARYNGOLOGY SPECIALITY TRAINING
Team Member: Prof. Madya Dr. Rahmat bin Omar
Award: 1 gold medal

2. Research Title: UNIVERSAL ENDOSCOPE HOLDER CUM ELBOW & WRIST SUPPORT SYSTEM: AN ERGONOMIC ASSISTIVE INNOVATION IN OTOLARYNGOLOGIC SURGERY
Team Member: Prof. Madya Dr. Rahmat bin Omar
Award: 1 gold medal

3. Research Title : UNIVERSAL GROMMENT INTRODUCER: AN ELEGANT AND PRACTICAL SOLUTION FOR POTENTIALLY DIFFICULT VENTILATION TUBE INSERTION WITH VALUE-ADDED FEATURES
Team Member: Prof. Madya Dr. Rahmat bin Omar
Award: 1 silver medal




Congratulations!

Saturday, November 27, 2010

Congrats to New ENT Surgeons!



Congratulations to all new ENT surgeons from UM...Wishing you all the best in your new stage of life!

Wednesday, November 24, 2010

STUDENT EXCHANGE: A TWIN PROGRAMME UMMC-KYUNG HEE UH, SEOUL 2010

We were cordially invited by Kyung Hee University Hospital (KHUH), Seoul to initiate twin collaboration in ENT Symposium. This year, the host was on KHUH. Readers may refer previous posting by Dr. Tan KL, one of the selected participants in this programme.

"Dr. Tan KL (L), Professor Cho, the organizing chairman & Dr. Chew YK"


Fantastic response from organizer and participants. Both parties enjoyed the event! Meeting them in Kuala Lumpur next year...

Department of ORL-HNS,
UMMC.

Saturday, November 20, 2010

Travelogue: A Conference trip to Seoul

by Dr. Tan Keng Lu (3rd year MS)

Kyung Hee International Rhinology Symposium
Kyung Hee University Hospital
4-7 November, 2010



Chew and I, had the opportunity to visit Kyung Hee University in Seoul in concordance with the Kyung Hee International Rhinologic Symposium in early November 2010.

"Beautiful trees in hues of fall in the campus"

Weather forecast was 16 degrees Celsius. Checklist of stuff to bring included sweater, jackets and an empty bag…to bring back goodies from Seoul! The trip was eagerly awaited but schedule was tight before the trip, we had no idea what to expect, where to go and what to do on arrival. We just boarded the flight and the rest was in dreamland.

We arrived at 1am in Seoul to the accommodation. There was no map to be found in the airport, English signboards with unfamiliar names of places did not help. When we arrived, we were cold, hungry and quite lost. The moment we chuck our luggage into our individual rooms, we were out looking for food. The first impression was, don’t the Seoulites sleep? Shops were opened, patrons eating and chatting away in restaurants, people shopping on the streets lined with neon lights, it did not appear to me that it was close to 2am when we retired into our rooms.

The next day we were brought to the Universiity Hospital. Professor Cho and Professor Kim were already eagerly waiting for us in the operation theatre. The theatre complex was of substantial size, with a pantry cum discussion room where most of our discussion, meals and drinks took place. On our right are about 10 Japanese residents and the rest were Koreans. What was obvious was their tender age, the residents were younger, and there were rhinologists who were about our age. And if a Korean tells you that he is 29, by Gregorian Calendar, he should be only 27 as they quote their Korean age that added 1 earth year and 1 heaven year.



The most interesting part of the endoscopic sinus surgery was that the patient was seated up during the surgery although the patient was completely under general anaesthesia. We were confused as whether he was still alive as bleeding was almost none. Professor Benjamin even quipped that we may have been operating on a fresh frozen cadaver.



Two days of live surgeries had us covered 2 sleep surgeries, 2 cases of rhinoplasties, and 2 cases of endoscopic sinus surgeries, all performed in the expert hands of the professors. We had discussions of the indication and techniques of surgeries. There were other learned teachers from US and Philippines to give pointers during the surgeries to ensure the residents were not lost at any one time. It was, indeed, enriching!


2nd day...

The second and third day were lined with lots of lectures, given by learned researchers and Professors from Korea, Japan, Philippines and US. Prof Prepagaran’s lecture was timely to wake us up from some of the more academic lectures on molecular and genetic biology of rhinology diseases. I would blame the chairs in the lecture hall actually; they were way too comfortable for lectures! The discussion went on from biofilm, to use of clarithromycin in prevention of recurrent sinusitis and new techniques in surgery. In between, we had sumptuous meals prepared by the organizing committee. Most interesting part of the meals were actually the side dishes, with different kinds of raw meat to seaweed and vegetable cooked and uncooked, some marinated. As the side dishes increase in variety with the number of diners, there were many to try and stimulate our taste buds. The only things was, they were all cold.

The main meal is usually hot, hot in temperature and hot in spicy scale! If you are not used to spicy food, then you better get trained before you board your flight to Seoul or else you will be missing lots! The highlight of the meals included Sam Gye Tang (Ginseng Spring Chicken) and Galbi (Barbecued marinated beef ).

The Korean young doctors...

The residents took us residents out on the last night after the conference ended. Too bad Chew was a goody two shoes, he did not need a bowl for his drool over the pretty Korean lasses! Many said Korean girls are pretty because they had plastic surgery done, which I don’t think was entirely true. The ordinary girls who were the residents and house officers there had pretty complexions and facial features. They are proportionate in body size and shape and were well dressed. There was a moment I wished there was winter in Malaysia so we could dress up too! But the cold and wind I had to endure put off the idea almost immediately.



Korean guys….hmm..if I am not writing much about them here, means I have not met anyone who looked like the TV stars (or I am keeping them all for myself!!!!). Did you know that only 2 years ago in Kyung Hee University that they start accepting female residents for training in ENT? Aren’t we lucky gals?!

The last night was a blast. Those who drank enjoyed their beer and soju. I had a great time with my sparkling lemonade and yakult (yes, for dinner). We invited the Japanese and the Koreans to Malaysia, a warm and pretty country with lots of spicy food to offer. We hope they will be here for the ASEAN meeting in May next year.

Conference ending...

I am glad I am back in Malaysia. I cherish the sunshine every day, the warmth that it brings. I am glad I don’t have to eat rice every day and get to choose from noodles to chapatti. Most of it, I can’t wait to share this joy with my newly made friends, wishing they would come visit us soon.
Oh, off the record, we went visiting the university grounds one of those long lunch breaks for the famed ginko trees during fall in Seoul. The best time to visit Seoul was actually either spring or fall.The scenery in the university was breathtaking. I would rather let the pictures do the talking.

"Can you spot my yakult?"

Monday, October 18, 2010

ALFATIHAH TO DR TENGKU FEISAL


We have lost our creditable and charismatic friend, teacher, husband and father of two lovely kids.

Dr. Tengku Feisal bin Tengku Kamalden just passed away on 18th October 2010 around 5.30 pm, after long battle with malignancy.

May Allah bless him and rest his soul with soleheen and syuhada' in the Jannatul-Firdaus. Insya-Allah.

Department of ORL-HNS, UMMC would like to express condolences to his beloved family and he will always stay in our heart. Al-Fateehah.

*You may share similar feelings under comments below.

Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Report: FESS Workshop 2010


"It was a splendid one!" The participants were very enthusiastic during 2-day cadaveric dissection in UiTM, followed by lectures and live surgery in UM. There were total 70 participants attended the event! Excellent demonstration, lectures and live surgery performances by at least 6 distinguished local and international faculties, made this year event a successful and wonderful one.

Thanks so much to Prof Simon Carney (AUS), Dr. Jason Hwang (SIN), Dr. Sandeep Bansal (IND), A/Prof Pongsakorn (THA), Dr. Wardani (INA) & Dr. Rusdian (INA) for their great contributions and not forgetting our surgeons Prof Gendeh, Prof Prepa, A/Prof Rahmat, Dr. Sushil and Dr. Tg Shahrizal. Thank you so much to a few sponsors as well!

*photo courtesy: A/Prof Rahmat

Saturday, September 25, 2010

Part II Masters Exam: Nov 2010



Venue: Hospital USM, Kubang Kerian, Kelantan


31/10/2010
0900-1130 – MCQ

1/11/2010

0900-1200 – Essay

2/11/2010
0900-1200 - Long Case

3/11/2010
0900-1200 – Short Case

4/11/2010
0900-1200 – Viva Voce

GOOD LUCK!

Thursday, September 9, 2010

FINAL BROCHURE FOR FESS WORKSHOP 2010



Kindly download from HERE

For the venue, you may find from GOOGLE MAP, or contact our secretariat via phone or email: ORLHNS_UMMC@yahoo.com

To find Clinical Auditorium???? easy...just click on HOW TO GET

LOOKING FORWARD TO WELCOMING YOU!!

ORLHNS-UMMC

Sunday, August 22, 2010

Part I ORL-HNS Masters Nov 2010: Exam date! (UM Only)

8 Nov 2010 (Monday)
9.00am – 11.30am
Paper I - Essay
Dewan Peperiksaan Utama, Fakulti Perubatan


9 Nov 2010 (Tues)

9.00am – 11.30am
Paper II - MCQ
Dewan Peperiksaan Utama, Fakulti Perubatan

2.00pm – 4.30pm
Paper III - MCQ
Dewan Peperiksaan Utama, Fakulti Perubatan

22 Nov 2010 (Monday)
8.45am – 4.45pm
Viva*
Pusat Sumber Anatomi dan Bilik Diseksi

23 Nov 2010 (Tues)

8.45am – 4.45pm
Viva*
Pusat Sumber Anatomi dan Bilik Diseksi

*ONLY for candidates who get more than 40% in theory papers

Tuesday, June 15, 2010

FESS WORKSHOP 2010!

You are invited to participate the workshop. The brochure with registration form is ready to be downloaded...




PLEASE DOWNLOAD THE FORM HERE

REGISTER NOW!

Thursday, June 10, 2010

Tuesday, June 1, 2010

Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Masters of ORL-HNS Exams in 2010

Part 1
Venue: UMMC, KL (UM Candidates Only)

3 May 2010 - Paper I and II
4 May 2010 - Paper III

17 & 18 May 2010 - Viva

Part 2
Venue: UMMC, KL

20 May 2010 - Paper I
21 May 2010 - Paper II

24 May 2010 - Clinical: Long & Short Cases
25 May 2010 - Viva Voce
26 May 2010 - Board Meeting & Result

GOOD LUCK!

Tuesday, December 8, 2009

ANNOUNCEMENT! UMMC LASER & SWALLOWING COURSE 2009

Below is the booklet of the course.

Kindly click..

Saturday, October 31, 2009

2nd LASER course and Wokshop

You are cordially invited for this course...



Below is the venue for the event (confirmed)

click to enlarge


CLICK HERE FOR REGISTRATION FORM

Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Congrats! Professor Prepageran..

On behalf of all academic and supporting staff, we would like to congratulate our outstanding figure in the department, Dr. N Prepageran for his current promotion to be one of the youngest Professor in University Malaya Medical Centre...and he deserves it!

Congrats, Prof Prepa!



*You may say your congrats under 'comment' below.

Wednesday, October 21, 2009

UMMC CI round table discussion 2009

On 20th & 21st October 2009, we accepted delegates from Vietnam for "UMMC cochlear implant round table discussion & live surgery". This was a closed event and limited only to invited participants from Vietnam. There were two cases of cochler implants demonstrated live on 21st October.

There were fantastic responses from delegates and hoping to have similar event in future. The event was so informative and fruitful!





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Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Our Publications in 2008!


Institute for Scientific Information (ISI) Indexed Journals

2008 (11 Journals)

1. Zulkilee AB, N.Prepageran, P.Rajan, Melioidosis : an uncommon cause of neck abscess, American J Otolaryngol 2008,Jan-Feb;29(1):72-4

2. Muthusamy KA, Azmi K, Narayanan P, Rajagopalan R, Rahman NA, Waran V., Bilateral Temporal Bone Xanthoma, J Neurosurg 2008, Feb;108(2):361-364

3. R Raman, Maznan B Dahalil, N.Prepageran, Modified Mitchelsons Endoscope Holder, J Laryngol Otol. 2008, April; 122(4):414-5

4. Feisal TK, Prepageran N, Shahrizal T, Zulkiflee AB, Unusual parapharyngeal lesion: aberrant thyroid gland, Singapore Med J 2008, May;49(5):e 137-8

5. Wong KK, Prepageran N, Peh SC, Prognostic subgroup distribution in diffuse large B-cell lymphoma of the upper aerodigestive tract, Pathology 2008, Oct 29:1-7

6. O.Rahmat, N.Prepageran, Floppy Vocal Cord Polyps, Ear Nose Throat Journal, Dec 2008

7. Ing Ping Tang, Shashinder Singh, Nair Shoba, Omar Rahmat, Shailendra Sivalingam, Krishnan G.Gopala, Baharudin Khairuzzana, Migrating foreign body into the common carotid artery and internal jugular vein-A rare case, Auris Nasus Larynx, ANL – 1168, In press,accepted 5 August 2008

8. Shashinder S, Choo PK, Gopala KG., Outcome of patients with head and neck cancers: 10-year experience of a otorhinolaryngology--head and neck unit in a tertiary hospital of a developing country, Eur J Cancer Care (Engl), 2008 Jan; 17(1):93-7

9. Lum CL, Jeyanthi S, Prepageran N, Vadivelu J, Raman R, Antibacterial and antifungal properties of human cerumen, J Laryngol Otol, 2008 Aug

10. Raman R. Rahmat O, Branula used as T-tube introducer for middle ear effusion, J Laryngol Otol, 2008 Jun: 122 (6):635

11. Raman R. Rahmat O, Grommet insertion using a branula, J Laryngol Otol, 2008 Jul: 122(7):735-6

Scorpus/Non-ISI indexed Journals

2008 (10 Journals)

1. S Shailendra, N Prepageran, Oropharyngeal Rhinosporidiosis in a Migrant Worker, Med J Malaysia,Vol 63 No 1 March 2008 page 65 - 66

2. IP Tang, N Prepageran, S Shashinder, Endoscopic Orbital Decompression for Graves Opthalmopathy, Med J Malaysia, Vol 63 No 1 March 2008 page 67

3. M.I.Rasan, S.Shailendra ,N Prepageran, K Gopala, Sathananthar, Endoscopic Dacrocystorhinostomy, Medical Journal of Malaysia, Vol 63, No 2,June 2008 page 143-145

4. R.Anitha, N Prepageran, Maxillary Mucocele, Clinical Rhinology, Vol 1 Sept 2008

5. S Shailendra, A Elmunster, R Philip, N.Prepageran, High Grade Mucoepidermoid Carcinoma of the Middle Ear Treated with Extended Temporal Bone Resection, Med J Malaysia,Vol 63 No 3 August 2008 page 247-248

6. IP Tang, N.Prepageran, V Subrayan, I Tajunisah, Endoscopic Orbital Decompression for Optic Neuropathy in Thyroid Opthalmopathy, Medical Journal of Malaysia, Vol 62 No 4 Oct 2008 page 337-338

7. Ali Admuster, P.Rajan, N.Prepageran, SC Peh, CSF Rhinorrhea Secondary to Amyloidosis of the Sphenoid Sinus, Medical Journal of Malaysia, Vol 62 No 4 Oct 2008 page 341-342

8. YK Chew, Y Noorizan, A Khir, S Brito-Mutunayagam, N.Prepageran, The Use of Paramedian Forehead Flap Reconstruction after Wide excision of Basal Cell Carcinoma of the nose, Medical Journal of Malaysia, Vol 62 No 4 Oct 2008 page 339-341

9. S. Shashinder, I P Tang, S Kuljit, K Muthu, K G Gopala, M A Jalaludin, Fracture Synthetic Tracheostomy Tube: An ENT Emergency, Medical Journal Malaysia ( MJM)

10. YK Chew, Y Noorizan, A Khir, S Brito Mutunayagan, N Prepageran, The use of Paramedian forehead Flap reconstruction after wide excision of basal cell carcinoma of the nose, Medical Journal Malaysia (MJM), 4 Oct 2008 Vol 62 Page 339-341

Publications for 2009 are coming....

Friday, September 18, 2009

Thank you Prof Beltrame!

Recently, it was a great opportunity to local surgeons and trainees to have Prof M. Beltrame from Italy on board, who demonstrated to us how to insert 'Vibrant Soundbridge' in the middle ear. On behalf of ORL-HNS Department, we wish to express our utmost gratitude to Prof M. Beltrame!




Monday, August 31, 2009

RESEARCH CLUSTER!


We are proud to announce that our department soon will be recognised as one of research centres in University of Malaya.

Centre for Research in Otorhinolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery (or known as C-ROHN) soon will be launched.

Our research field is mainly basic sciences, oncology, head and neck surgery as well as skull base study. We do collaborate with other departments in order to make this research centre more dynamic and sustainable.

JUST WAIT FOR IT'S ARRIVAL!

Monday, August 24, 2009

Good Luck Part I!

We would like to wish "Good Luck' to all our part I candidates;

Theory- 9 & 10th November 2009
Viva Voce- 16 & 17th November 2009

Friday, August 21, 2009

REPORT: 3rd Powered Instrument Workshop

Splendid workshop! Majority of participants were final year residents/trainees from various hospitals. They gave impressive feedback on hands-on. Hope to see others next year!



photo: "participants are so attentive!"


More photo at HERE, May see the video on this channel.

Thursday, August 20, 2009

OUR FIRST BABY!


Introducing our first fellow, Dr. Abdulla Ibrahim, from Dubai. He is doing skullbase and rhinology fellowship with us.

Welcome to MALAYSIA!

Wednesday, August 19, 2009

WELCOME BACK PROF AMIN!


We feel delighted to have our distinguished Head and Neck professor back, Prof. Dato' Dr. Mohd Amin Jalaludin. He has just started his daily routine in ENT Department since last week. His usual consultation days are tentatively Mondays and Thursdays. He is also the consultant in-charge for Head & Neck Meeting, every Wednesday 3.30pm. He's after all with us and 'Welcome back Prof Amin'!

His last award acceptance was Kazue McLAREN Leadership Achievement Award. Readers may click HERE for further info.

Saturday, August 15, 2009

HOW TO GET TO SEKAPUR SIREH HALL???

Easy, just park your vehicle in Trauma Building. And the hall just at the 1st floor.

Hope to see you during Powered Instrument Workshop!

Friday, August 14, 2009

BASIC SURGICAL SUTURING WORKSHOP

This workshop was organised by ENT department as primary aim to give basic exposure to juniour ENT trainees in UMMC. The workshop was officiated by A/Prof Rahmat Omar and proudly sponsored by Ethicon. Some of the photos may follow:



"Participants are practising knot tying"

Wednesday, August 5, 2009

Report: 2nd FESS Course

Bravo! The course was well-attended by 98 participants!


Prof. R. Raman was having a chat with Prof Benjamin (L)

More photos: HERE

Thursday, July 23, 2009

ANNOUNCEMENT! ALL FESS COURSE PARTICIPANTS

To all FESS course participants on 30th & 31st July 2009,

Kindly please come early for registration in order to kick-off the opening speech on time. The dean will stay for the first lecture, as we've already decided to give a tribute 'Memorial Oration' to Late Assoc. Prof. KN Subramanian.

The earlier part of the programme (1st day) as below:

0730-0815: REGISTRATION
0815-0820: OPENING SPEECH by Prof. Dato' Dr. Ikram Shah Ismail, Dean of Faculty.

A/PROF DR. KN SUBRA'S MEMORIAL ORATION
0820-0823: A/Prof. Subra's biodata -read by Prof. R. Raman, former Head of Department
0823-0840: Lecture: "Lateral Nasal wall Dissection" by Prof. Benjamin, Philippine.
0840-0845: Certificate & Commemorative medal giving

*rest of the programme will be distributed later. A/Prof KN Subra was our senior ENT consultant who passed-away during the service.

Monday, July 20, 2009

3rd UMMC POWERED INSTRUMENT WORKSHOP

Please register NOW! Limited place for hands-on.



Download the brochure HERE

Monday, July 13, 2009

HOW TO GET TO 'JEMERLANG HALL'

Jemerlang Hall, or Dewan Jemerlang in Malay, is located near to the faculty site. If you get a taxi or park your vehicle at Trauma Centre, UMMC, you have to walk towards faculty buildings (about 5-7 minutes by walking).

Ok, take 3rd floor on Main building (Menara Utama), then turn right towards Medical Library. Take one floor up and go straight until you see a small path to the left. This path will lead you to the hall.

Hope to see you!

Friday, July 3, 2009

A Visit From US Company


It is an honour and high recognition from US powered instrument company to visit our set-up for Powered Instrument Workshop.

The company which is based in Texas, United States, was impressed with the department and really hope to organise similar workshop in US as well as the other region of the world.

This year is third year of the workshop.

Tuesday, May 26, 2009

2nd UMMC Endoscopic Sinus Surgery Course

Here we come! Please jot down on your diary NOW!



Download Brochure HERE

Monday, May 25, 2009

Congratulations to newly born ENT Surgeons!!!


"It's just beginning...."

photo: with Dr. Sheldon

FAREWELL PARTY


Farewell party for Dr. Sheldon Chong was done on 22nd May 2009. He will pursue his senior registrarship in ENT at Adelaide University, Australia. Good Luck to him!

photo: Accepting token of appreciation from Prof Rahmat, Head of Department.

Monday, May 4, 2009

GOOD LUCK TO ALL FINAL YEAR & FIRST YEAR STUDENTS

We, as ORL-HNS website committe, would like to wish all the best to all of you! Good Luck!


Part I
15.05.2009 : Essay
18.05.2009 : MCQ I/MCQ II
20.05.2009 : Viva
21.05.2009 : Board Meeting

Part II
18.05.2009: Essay
19.05.2009: MCQ
20.05.2009: Clinical
21.05.2009: Viva/Board Meeting

Friday, March 20, 2009

REPORT: 1st Malaysian Ear Recon Seminar & 2nd BAHA Workshop

It was well attended by ENT surgeons and Plastic Colleagues. Part of the photos are below:

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The floating rib is well-sculptured by Prof Wikstrom


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Post implant with the vacuum is on.

Monday, January 5, 2009

ANNOUNCEMENT!

Dear all,

You are cordially invited to this workshop:



LECTURES:

Management of Microtia and Canal Atresia : Canal Construction or BAHA?

Pinna Reconstruction using Metpor


View of correction of ear deformities; analysis of the defects and techniques for correcting prominent ears, cup ears etc

Ear reconstruction in children with microtia - history, basic principles and planning

Harvesting of the rib cartilage and sculpting the new ear

Second and third stages - comparing different techniques

Total and partial ear reconstruction after trauma and tumor surgery

The difficult cases - prelaminated free-flaps

Research findings on Otoplasty

DOWNLOAD BROCHURE & REGISTRATION FORM HERE