Facial Aesthetic Cadaveric Training

Course details

Date: 09 Mar 2020 - 11 Mar 2020 Sold out!
Time: 08:00am
Price: £1,300

This exclusive course offers an intense three-day programme using Lab-based dissection on fresh frozen cadavers. Various techniques in rhinoplasty and ageing face surgery will be discussed and demonstrated by world leaders in the field, and the delegates will practice these techniques on cadavers.

The Manchester University Cadaveric Dissection Lab has state of the art facilities and is perhaps one of the best equipped cadaveric teaching venues in the world.

Our goal is to provide you with an excellent educational experience and familiarise our participants with common facial plastic surgical and non-surgical procedures.

Course highlights

Faculty: ENT-Facial Plastic Surgery, General Plastic Surgery, Oculoplastic Surgery. Step by step fresh frozen cadaveric dissection with no formal lectures. Each delegate will receive video demonstrations of injectable techniques and a course manual with clear practical surgical content. One to one teaching by experienced faculty who are passionate teachers

Early Bird Offer

£1,300.00 (book before 31st January 2020).
Price after offer – £1,600.00

Cancellation Policy

If cancelled before end January 2020: Fee – 10% admin charge
After January 2020: full fee

Programme

Day 1

8:15Registration
8:30General Introduction to the course and brainstorming
9:00Open Septorhinoplasty: Basic must techniques
Preoperative considerations and choice of technique: planning, morphing and sequencing surgical manoeuvres
Nasal preparation: local infiltration, decongestion and other essentials
Incisions: Commonly used incisions and variations: pros and cons
Elevating the skin soft tissue envelope: variations – how and why
Adequate exposure of the nasal skeleton and assessment: Endonasal Vs open approach
Septoplasty and septal harvesting: dos and don’ts
Septoplasty techniques: mucosal tunnels and septal exposure
Septal Harvest, scoring the septum and swinging door technique
Protection of “K” area: how and why – Avoiding disaster
10:40Coffee Break
11:00Open Rhinoplasty – Aesthetic management of the dorsum
Hump reduction techniques: recommendations and variations: discussion on various methods including powered instrumentation.
Open roof deformity and its reconstruction
Osteotomies: open and closed technique, including powered instrumentation
Reconstruction of middle-third (nasal valve surgery): spreader grafts, auto-spreader grafts, extended spreaders, layered spreaders
Reconstruction of saddle nose deformity: Solid grafts, crushed cartilage, creation of septal support, use of soft tissue for augmentation and refinement
Radix management: Radix assessment: augmentation or reduction
Grafts in rhinoplasty: indications, types, sources, sculpting, techniques: pros and cons
13:00Lunch
14:00Open Rhinoplasty – Aesthetic tip sculpting
Nasal tip anatomy, assessment and sculpting techniques
Non-delivery techniques – cartilage splitting / Retrograde methods
Delivery technique: in closed approach
Open technique
Tip modification: management of tip bulk, asymmetry and other deformities: cephalic trimming, turn-in flap, tip sutures, grafting techniques
Repositioning of lateral curs and management of medial curs
Tip projection/deprojection
Tip rotation/de-rotation
15:20Tea
15:40Open Rhinoplasty advanced techniques
Lengthening and shortening the nose: techniques what works well
Wide nose: middle third and lower third management, alar base management
Suture materials and other allied procedures in rhinoplasty
Tip Suture techniques: trans-domal and inter-domal sutures, flare control sutures, lateral crural flattening suture, septo-columellar suture
Tip grafts: Sheild and cap grafts
Dorsal onlay grafts
Caudal septal extension grafts
Alar batten grafts
Lateral crural strut graft
Columella strut grafts
Alar rim graft
Alar base: Wedge Excision, Sill Excision
Spare parts rhinoplasty practical discussion
Rib graft harvesting
Discussion: post-operative care and revision procedures
17:00Brainstorming and close

Day 2

8:30Arrival and general networking
9:00Facelift Surgery (Rhytidectomy)
Preoperative considerations, skin management, infiltration,
incisions
Facelift terminology and their appropriate use
Skin elevation: technique, extent and cautions dentification of SMAS, and SMAS anatomy
MACS lift: basic technique and indications
SMAS elevation techniques and danger zones
Sub-SMAS dissection and facial nerve
SMAS management: plication, imbrication and suspension, suspension vectors and their appropriate use
Deep plane technique: How to keep it safe and simple for optimal results.
Composite / subperiosteal facelift
Skin re-draping, earlobe management, skin closure and immediate post-operative care

Management of the neck:
Submental: pre and retro-platysmal lipectomy, Plastysmaplasty, and other allied procedures.
Direct anterior approach: in very heavy necks
11.00Coffee Break
11:30Mid Face
Patient selection
Approaches: Transtemporal, Transconjunctival,
Transblepharoplasty 
Frontal branch management: anatomy and safety
Transoral approaches 
Facial implants: Why and How.
12:30Lunch
13:30Forehead Lift
Patient concerns and assessment: neuromodulation Vs Surgery
Direct browlift
Mid forehead browlift
Temporal lift
Hairline incisions (Coronal, Bitemporal, Pretrichial, Trichophytic)
Endoscopic technique
Management of glabellar muscles and neurovascular bundle

Upper Lid Blepharoplasty
Assessment and pre-operative considerations
Marking and safe skin excision planning and infiltration
Orbicularis muscle and fat – orbital and ROOF management
Eyelid ptosis and blepharoplasty: safe management
Trans-blepharoplasty brow lift technique
Management of ptotic lacrimal gland
Skin closure and post-operative care
15:00Coffee
15:20Lower Lid Blepharoplasty
Anatomy, assessment and pre-operative evaluation and considerations

Marking and infiltration
Transconjunctival approach: when and how
Sub ciliary /transcutaneous approach: skin muscle flap
Fat compartment identification, inferior oblique identification and preservation, fat excision and re-draping techniques
Canthopexy and canthoplasty techniques including tarsal strip: when and how
Soof fat and festoon anatomy and management
Orbitomalar suspension suture technique
Skin management closure and post-operative care

Day 3

9:00Otoplasty - Pinnaplasty
Surgical anatomy, assessment and appropriate technique selection
Infiltration and skin incisions
Ear fold Otoplasty: a simple, quick, outpatient procedure
Creation of antihelical fold: rasping, scoring and suture (Mustarde suture) techniques
Conchal setback: sutures (Furnas suture), cartilage excision and cartilage preservation flaps
Superior curs release and hidden sutures for superior pole
Management of the prominent lobule, release of cauda helicis
Skin excision, closure and head bandage
11:00Coffee Break
11:20Common facial flaps
Forehead, rhomboid, Bilobed, O-T flaps, Z-Plasty, U-Plasty etc

or

Personalised advanced teaching on procedures of participants choice

12:30Lunch
13:30Non-surgical Facial Rejuvenation

Anatomic basis for neuromodulation and fillers

Introduction to Neuromodulators (Botulinum toxins) : Pharmacology, Storage, Reconstitution, Indications and Contraindications

Introduction to Dermal Fillers - Hyaluronic Acid

Interactive Practical Session: Video demonstrations of techniques

Business and Facial plastic surgery:

Setting up a cosmetic practice/challenges/benefits/drawbacks/nursing/aftercare etc
16:00Concluding remarks and certificates

Learning objectives

 

This exclusive course offers an intense three-day programme using Lab-based dissection on fresh frozen cadavers. Various techniques in rhinoplasty and ageing face surgery will be discussed and demonstrated by world leaders in the field, and the delegates will practice these techniques on cadavers.  

The Manchester University Cadaveric Dissection Lab has state of the art facilities and is perhaps one of the best equipped cadaveric teaching venues in the world.

Our goal is to provide you with an excellent educational experience and familiarise our participitants with common facial plastic surgical and non-surgical procedures.

 

Course Highlights

Faculty:  ENT-Facial Plastic Surgery, General Plastic Surgery, Oculoplastic Surgery

Step by step fresh frozen cadaveric dissection with no formal lectures

Each delegate will receive video demonstrations of injectable techniques and a course manual with clear practical surgical content

One to one teaching by experienced faculty who are passionate teachers

Faculty

Dr. Grant Hamilton

Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgeon - International Speaker

Grant S. Hamilton III, MD, FACS, earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Industrial Design from the University of Illinois, recognized as the Outstanding Senior in the program at graduation. He then worked at Hirano Design International as the Head of Three-Dimensional Design in their Chicago office. After a few years as a practicing Industrial Designer, he applied to medical school–ultimately earning his Doctor of Medicine degree from the University of Illinois College of Medicine. He completed a one-year internship in general surgery at Rush-Presbyterian-St. Luke’s Medical Center in Chicago, followed by a residency in Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics. This was followed by a fellowship in Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at the University of Illinois College of Medicine during which he was able to begin combining his interest in art, design and craft with medicine and surgery. From 2005 to July 2011, Dr. Hamilton was on staff in the Department of Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics. While at the University of Iowa, he served as Residency Program Director, overseeing the largest Otolaryngology residency program in the country and was recognized for excellence in teaching at both the departmental and institutional levels.

Dr. Hamilton joined the staff of Mayo Clinic in the Department of Otorhinolaryngology in July 2011 as Chair, Division of Facial Plastic Surgery. Dr. Hamilton is actively involved in educating medical students, residents, and fellows in both Otolaryngology and Plastic Surgery. He was appointed interim residency program director from July 2013 to October 2013 and received Educator of the Year Award in 2015. Clinically, he practices a breadth of Facial Plastic Surgery with an emphasis on rhinoplasty–especially challenging secondary surgeries. Dr. Hamilton is frequently invited to teach outside of Mayo Clinic and has given over 240 national and international lectures.

Outside medicine, he is interested in photography and has exhibited his photographs in group and solo exhibitions in the US and Europe. His documentary about instant photography, TIME ZERO: the last year of Polaroid film, premiered in 2012 and won multiple awards on the festival circuit. It is now available on several video-on-demand platforms.

Mr Alwyn D’Souza

MBBS, FRCS(ORL-HNS), FRCS(Eng), PGCertMedEd, EBFPRS

Mr. Alwyn D’Souza is a renowned international expert in Facial Reconstructive and Aesthetic Facial Plastic Surgery (face, head & neck). He is a fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England. Having completed specialist training in Otolaryngology (Ear, Nose, Throat / Head and Neck Surgery) he was admitted on the GMC’s specialist register.

On the professional front, Mr. D’Souza is the immediate past President of Facial Plastic Surgery UK (FPSUK.org), and is currently the President Elect of European Academy of Facial Plastic Surgery (EAFPS.org).  He holds the fellowship of The Royal College of Surgeons of England and Edinburgh and also dual certification by the European as well as the International Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. Mr D’Souza publishes research and review papers in peer-reviewed medical journals and has authored several textbook chapters.  He is an invited speaker to both national and international conferences and is an examiner for postgraduate examinations both in ENT (otolaryngology) and Facial Plastic Surgery.  His fellowship programme provides super-specialist training in Facial Plastic Surgery to suitably qualified surgeons from around the world.

Mr Raj Bhalla

BSc(Hons), MBChB, FRCS(ORL-HNS), MD, PGCertMedEd

Rhinologist & Facial Plastic Surgeon

Dr. Bhalla received his MBChB from the University of Leicester, England in 1995 and was awarded his MRCS(Eng) in June, 2001.

Currently, Dr. Bhalla is a SpR in Otorhinolaryngology at the North Manchester General and Booth Hall Children’s Hospitals in Manchester, England. Since commencing his post, Mr Bhalla has established a comprehensive sinus service at both hospitals, utilizing the most current instruments, technology and surgical techniques.

His practice at Tameside General Hospital offers a general adult and childrens ENT service, including surgery, to the local population of approximately 260,000. At Manchester Royal Infirmary, Dr. Bhalla treats complex sinus and nasal disease and, abnormalities of the anterior skull base, such as CSF leaks. He also performs nasal surgery to correct breathing difficulties and deformities. The large part of his surgery is performed as a day-case. He consults privately at The Alexandra Hospital in Cheadle. He hosts a sinus dissection and rhinoplasty course annually at the University of Manchester. He is invited faculty on several national training courses.

Dr. Bhalla has research interests in the association between sinus disease and asthma, tumours of the sinuses, and new technologies and their application in sinus surgery.

Professor Tim Woolford

MB ChB, MD, FRCS

Facial Plastic Surgeon

Professor Tim Woolford is a Consultant ENT Surgeon at the Manchester Royal Infirmary, UK, and holds an Honorary Clinical Chair at Edge Hill University.  His surgical practice is almost entirely dedicated to nasal plastic & reconstructive surgery, and he teaches and lectures widely on this subject in the UK and Internationally.  He leads an MCh in Otolaryngology & Rhinology at Edge Hill University.

Tim is past President of The British Society of Facial Plastic Surgery, President of The Royal Society of Medicine Section of Laryngology and Rhinology, and a Trustee of the British Rhinological Society. He has written numerous papers and book chapters and was Editor of the Plastic Surgery volume of Scott Brown. Tim is also an Assistant Editor of the Journal of Laryngology & Otology.

Mr Hesham Saleh

MBBCh, FRCSFRCS (ORL-HNS)

Facial Plastic Surgeon

Mr Hesham Saleh is a consultant rhinologist/
facial plastic surgeon at Charing Cross Hospital and the Royal Brompton Hospital in London from 2001. From early on in his career, he chose to specialise in treating the nose, including both its functional and cosmetic aspects.

He became a Fellow of the European Academy of Facial Plastic Surgery at Amsterdam Medical Centre, Holland in 2000. He was also a visiting fellow to centres of expertise in rhinoplasty and rhinology in the USA.

Mr Saleh is a leading figure in rhinoplasty, both cosmetic and functional, and in sinus surgery. He was selected by The Times as one of Britain’s top 140 doctors and top 50 surgeons. He was also listed by the Tatler Magazine as one of the top 30 British cosmetic surgeons as “best for noses”.

Mr Saj Ataullah

MB BS FRCOphth

Oculoplastic Surgeon

Mr Saj Ataullah graduated from Charing Cross & Westminster Medical School, London, in 1991. He trained in general ophthalmology in London and Manchester and then specialised in oculoplastic surgery training both internationally and in the UK.

Saj was appointed as a Consultant Oculoplastic, Lacrimal & Orbital Surgeon in 2002 and has a major role in teaching and training of ophthalmic surgeons. He co-runs an internationally renowned fellowship in oculoplastic surgery. He was appointed as the Royal College of Ophthalmologists’ Tutor for Manchester Royal Eye Hospital in 2005 and was in post till 2012.

Mr Ataullah is the clinical lead for oculoplastic surgery and theatres and has been published in international peer-reviewed journals and has made presentations both in the UK and abroad. Saj Ataullah is a fellow of the Royal College of Ophthalmologists, a founder member of the British Oculoplastic Surgery Society (BOPSS) and a member of the American Academy of Ophthalmology. He has been a RCOphth Regional Adviser since 2012 and is a RCOphth representative on Cosmetic Surgery Interspecialty Committee at Royal College of Surgeons (Eng).

Professor Ash Mosahebi

MBBS, FRCS, FRCS(Plast) PhD, MBA

Plastic Surgeon

Professor Ash Mosahebi qualified at Guy’s & St Thomas Medical School in London in 1995. He later underwent plastic surgical training at some of the largest and busiest hospitals in UK.

On account of his extensive clinical experience, Professor Mosahebi is able to carry out body sculpturing and breast re-shaping, alongside procedures such as full body lifting, thigh lifts and facelifts. His patient-centred approach to clinical practice means that he discusses all options available and tailor makes the surgery for the patient.

It should come as no surprise that he was one of the first consultants to perform Vaser liposuction in UK. Additionally, he has extensive experience on facial rejuvenation both surgically and using non-surgical techniques. As one of the country’s leading plastic surgeons, he is currently involved in training other doctors in cosmetic surgery to other plastic surgeons at the Royal College of Surgeons.

Professor Ash Mosahebi is a proponent of research and pedagogy and maintains his position as the deputy editor of the Journal of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgery and also the author of a number of publications. He has furthermore lectured at national conferences such as The Body Conference, to other surgeons. He regularly appears on TV, providing expert commentary and is often called upon by BAAPS as a spokesperson. He has appeared on the BBC One Show carrying out breast reconstruction procedures.

A supporter of innovation in medicine, Professor Mosahebi retains his curiosity in how new technology can improve customer care. To this extent, he is involved in pioneering research work on regenerating new tissues through new biomaterials and tissue engineering.

Mr Stephen Hamilton

MB, ChB, FRCS (Glas), FRCS (Edin), MD, FRCS (Plast)

Plastic Surgeon

Mr Hamilton qualified from the University of Glasgow Medical School in 1991. He is a fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of Glasgow and of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh and trained extensively in plastic surgery in Glasgow, London and Paris. In 1995 he passed the surgical examinations which allowed him to become a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow and later the same year he similarly became a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh.

He obtained an MD degree (Doctorate in Medicine) from the University of London in 2002 for research into new methods of diagnosing and treating the skin cancer melanoma at the RAFT Institute of Plastic Surgery where he held the position of research fellow. Towards the end of his training, he was able to win the prestigious Inamed Fellowship of Aesthetic Surgery, which he undertook with Mr Barry Jones in London.

In addition, he undertook specialist fellowships at the famous Institut Curie, Paris, specialising in reconstructive and cosmetic surgery of the breast and at the Royal Marsden Hospital in London, specialising in cancer reconstruction. In the final FRCS(Plast) plastic surgical examination, for surgeons qualifying in Plastic Surgery, Mr Hamilton was awarded the McGregor Medal for an outstanding performance and achieved the best results of any candidate.

His research has led to numerous national and international presentations at conferences and publications in the UK and international plastic surgical literature. With his extensive training and experience in both reconstructive and cosmetic surgery.

Mr Peter Andrews

BSc. (Hons), MD, FRCS (ORL-NHS)

Rhinologist and Facial Plastic Surgeon

Mr Andrews is the Senior Consultant Surgeon in Rhinology and Facial Plastic Reconstruction at the Royal National Throat, Nose and Ear Hospital and Consultant Anterior Skull Base Surgeon at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery. He is the Associate Professor of Rhinology at University College London and Academic Lead for Rhinology at the EAR Institute.

He specialises in Aesthetic and Functional Rhinoplasty Surgery as well as Facial Reanimation Surgery. He’s an expert in Sinonasal Disease Management and Complex Endoscopic Sinus Surgery.

Miss Garyfalia (Philio) Lekakis

MD MSc FEBE (ORL-HNS) FRCS (ORL-HNS) IBFPRS

Facial Plastic Surgeon

Miss Lekakis is currently working as a dedicated facial plastic surgeon at Moliere Hospital and Brugmann Hospital in Brussels, Belgium. She is also appointed as an academic surgeon at the Catholic University of Leuven and the Department of Otorhinolaryngology. She is involved in a number of research projects and in the process of completing her PhD thesis on “Multifaceted approach in Rhinoplasty Surgery – How to improve satisfaction” in the doctoral school of Biomedical Sciences at the Catholic University of Leuven.

Born in Melbourne Australia, graduated from University of Patras Medical School in Greece, she completed her basic surgical training in London UK. Her higher surgical training in Otorhinolaryngology was completed in the South East Thames rotation. Subsequently she obtained a Postgraduate Diploma in Aesthetic and Plastic Surgery with distinction from Queen Mary University of London. After two years of post-training fellowships, including formal fellowships in the Netherlands, Sacramento California and London UK, and the successful examination of the American Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Philio practices in Brussels, Belgium, as one of only a few Double Board certified facial plastic surgeons in the country. Philio contributes to the board of reviewers for JAMA Facial Plastic Surgery, Facial Plastic Surgery and Rhinology Journal, and is actively involved in research programs in Leuven. She is a member of the EAFPS Focus Group Outcomes Research in Rhinoplasty, and a member of the Research Committee of the European Rhinoplasty Society.

Mr Baskaran Ranganathan

DOHNS, FRCS (ORL-HNS), MCh

Facial Plastic Surgeon

I am a Consultant Ear, Nose and Throat Surgeon based at Manchester Royal Infirmary. I treat a wide range of ENT conditions in both adults and children. I have a specialist interest in managing nasal and sinus conditions including rhinoplasty.

After completing my higher surgical training in otolaryngology (ear, nose and throat) I undertook further subspecialist training in rhinology (nose and sinuses) and facial plastic surgery at Manchester Royal Infirmary and Guys and St Thomas Hospital, London. I had the opportunity to gain experience from internationally reputed senior surgeons in the field of rhinology and facial plastic surgery.

I believe in providing individualised care and I tailor the treatment plan according to the needs and preferences of the patients.
In addition to clinical practice, I am passionate about teaching and training my junior colleagues and medical students.

Mr Anil Joshi

MBBS, MS, DOHNS. FRCS (PRL-NHS) IBCFPRS

Facial Plastic Surgeon

Mr Joshi is a consultant ENT and Facial Plastic Surgeon working in London, UK. His NHS practice is based at Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Trust. He practices in many private hospitals in Central London area including HCA owned London Bridge Hospitals at Shard and Old Broad Street.

Mr Joshi is a specialist in performing Rhinoplasty, endoscopic sinus surgery, reconstruction of facial defects, otoplasty, facelift, blepharoplasty and remodelling of scars and keloids. He underwent higher surgical training in Guy’s and St Thomas Hospitals. He has qualified in Ear, Nose and Throat specialty with MS, DOHNS and FRCS (ORL-HNS) degrees.

He is on the Specialist Register with the General Medical Council. He undertook Facial Plastic Surgery fellowship training in Utrecht and Netherlands Cancer Institute, Amsterdam, Netherlands; Rhinoplasty fellowship in Seoul, South Korea and London, UK. He is Board certified in his field acquiring both the International and European Board certification for Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (IBCFPRS).

Mr Joshi has authored a number of publications in peer-reviewed journals in the fields of head and neck and facial plastic surgery. He is a regular faculty on various instructional courses and international conferences in his specialised field throughout the world. He is the National Delegate representing the UK at the European Academy of Facial Plastic Surgery and is part of their media committee. He is also part of the committee of FPS-UK.

Ms Sadie Karwaja

Rhinology Facial Plastic Surgeon

Ms Sadie Khwaja, Is a Consultant in Rhinology and facial plastic based in Manchester.
Her practise involves the management of Sinonasal disease, Facial plastics and Rhinoplasty.
She is a committee member of the BSFPSUK and the societies’s Newsletter Editor since 2015. Her interest includes teaching, training and research in the field of Rhinology.

Mr Ullas Raghavan

Consultant in Ear, Nose & Throat surgery

Mr Ullas Raghavan received his medical and postgraduate degree in ENT surgery from India. He became a fellow of The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh and Glasgow in 1999 and passed the exit examination in 2004.

Mr Raghavan received higher surgical training at University Hospitals of Nottingham, Derby and Leicester. In 2005 he received full accreditation from the Specialist Advisory Committee in Otorhinolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery and was awarded his Certificate of Completion of Specialist Training by the Specialist Training Authority of the Medical Royal Colleges. He was awarded a Clinical Fellowship by the European Academy of Facial Plastic Surgery in 2005 and received advanced specialist training in Facial cosmetic and reconstructive surgery from renowned centres in France, Germany, Switzerland, Netherlands and the US.

He passed the examination conducted by the American Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery as a European candidate and is a certified by the European Board of Facial Plastic Surgery and International Board of Facial Plastic Surgery.

Mr Ullas Raghavan is an invited faculty and has given numerous presentations at national and international meetings on the topic of facial plastic surgery. He has published over 40 scientific papers and written book chapters on facial plastic surgery in reference books such as Scott Brown’s Text book of Otorhinolaryngology, Operative Head and Neck Surgery, Practical Otorhinolaryngology, Atlas of Otorhinolaryngology etc and lectured on various topics related to facial aesthetic and reconstructive surgery in various meeting nationally and internationally.

He is passionate about teaching these skills and runs Advanced Facial Plastic Surgery and Basic Facial Plastic Surgery courses in the UK and National Facial Plastic Course in India, and is a faculty of various national and international workshops and courses
In 2005, Mr. Raghavan was appointed as a Consultant in Ear, Nose & Throat surgery with special interest in Rhinology and Facial Plastic Surgery in Doncaster and Bassettlaw Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust.

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