C. Scott Brown, MD Neurotology & Lateral Skull Base Surgery Fellow University of Miami Miller School of Medicine
Cadaveric dissections of the temporal bone are a critical part of learning otologic surgery in residency. Dr. Scott Brown, neurotology fellow at the University of Miami, performs a step-by-step dissection of the temporal bone. He outlines key anatomical structures and describes safe and efficient techniques for these procedures.
Surgical videos are a valuable resource in medical education – they help residents and students prepare for the operating room.
Dr. Scott Brown, the medical editor responsible for the creation of the Otolaryngology Section at JOMI, has published in OTO-Open an article “Development of a Surgical Video Atlas for Resident Education: 3-Year Experience“. In this article, Dr. Brown discusses his journey, selection of cases, filming processes and challenges, and adoption of the content by residents and students. Dr. Brown also discusses how surgical video atlases impact surgical training and the role they will play for ENT and other surgical residencies in the coming years.