The Institut Portmann in collaboration with Université de Bordeaux organizes from 27th June to 1st July 2022 a new course of dissection of the temporal bone and middle ear. This course is now in its 65th edition. It is a course where theoretical lessons, recordings of interventions and activities under the operating microscope alternate. Dissection of the temporal bone is one of the most difficult activities in ENT surgery. The temporal bone is the most complicated bone in the human body.
Surgical procedures are presented to address many diseases such as cholesteatoma, chronic otitis media, otosclerosis and implantable hearing devices.
The direction of the course is entrusted to Didier Portmann M.D.
The Pey Berlan tower is the bell tower of the St. André cathedral.
Bordeaux is a town rich in art and history.
Locations of the lessons: Institut Georges Portmann: 114, avenue d'Ares, Bourdeax and 146 rue Léo Salgnat, Université de Bourdeax, laboratorie d'Anatomie.
Anatomy of the middle ear and inner ear.