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Friday, November 30, 2012

Testimony by Dr. Sapna Ramkrishna Parab from M.I.M.E.R Medical College, Talegaon-D, Pune, India about ASAN MEDICAL CENTRE, SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA

Testimony by Dr. Sapna Ramkrishna Parab from M.I.M.E.R Medical College, Talegaon-D, Pune, India  about ASAN MEDICAL CENTRE, SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA

ASAN MEDICAL CENTRE, SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA

        
Date11-27-2012
Testimony by Dr. Sapna Ramkrishna Parab from M.I.M.E.R Medical College,
Talegaon-D, Pune, India


MY MEMORIES OF ASAN MEDICAL CENTER
Asan Medical Center, Seoul, South Korea, is one of the leading and sophisticated health care centers in Asia
with ultramodern facilities and dedicated health care professionals. It is wonderful not only in its pleasant
ambience but also the great hospitality offered to all the International Visiting Scholars.

It was my privilege to be a part of Asan Medical Center for the International Fellowship Training in Rhinoplasty
for one month in October 2012 under the proficient guidance of Prof. Yong Ju Jang. Prof. Jang is an internationally
acclaimed World Renowned Rhinoplasty Surgeon and Research Scholar. He has hundreds of Research
publications in Rhinoplasty, Rhinology and Rhinoviruses. During this one month of my tenure in Asan Medical
Center I have witnessed the innovative work of art of Prof Jang and I am truly impressed by his precision, passion
and patience which make him perfect and master in the field of Rhinoplasty. . Prof Jang is an excellent teacher
and I enjoyed all academic discussions and interactions with him. I was amazed to see that a person of such
a high international caliber could be so humble, kind and down to earth.

During my free time I had interactions with Prof Lee (Otology Professor) in the outpatient clinic and in operation
theatre. In spite of his busy working schedule, Prof Lee was kind enough to explain about all the details of the
patients to me. I enjoyed and learnt his operative details and techniques (cochlear implant and mastoidectomy).

MY PRESENTATION AT ASAN MEDICAL CENTER
With the kind permission of Chairman of ENT, Professor Soon Yuhl Nam, I had the privilege to present our
(Dr. Mubarak Khan, Dr Parab) work and innovative techniques of Sliced Tragal Cartilage Tympanoplasty published
in American Journal of Otolaryngology and Head and Neck Surgery which was well appreciated by one and all.
It was a great time for sound academic interactions.

SOCIAL ACTIVITIES:
Apart from academics, I also enjoyed the extra academic events organized by the department especially parties
and get -to -gathers. I was really moved by the whole hearted enjoyment of these hard working and sincere
residents. I also had the opportunity to attend the National Korean ENT Congress held in Gwangju. This was
a feast of academic activities and also yet another time to mingle with the residents at a personal level.
Amongst all the residents, I was particularly very fond of Dr. Yie (final year resident). Her kind hearted nature
and her willingness to help were worth appreciating. I also had friendly help from Dr. Cho Gye Song (fellow
Rhinology), Dr. Jung and Dr. Lee (Rhinology residents).

I also have memories about my stay in the Guest House with my friend and roommate Dr. Yang Lina , Gynaecologist
from China and the Korean food and my experience with CHOP STICKS..My stay at Asan Medical center is filled
with the fond memories of these kind hearted Koreans which shall always refresh my mind and heart. Apart from
fond memories, the statement by Asan, Chung Ju-Yung, founder of ASAN MEDICAL CENTER which truly made
an impact on my mind is
THERE ARE NO FAILURES, ONLY TRIALS ……….

Monday, November 19, 2012

Invitation as International Guest Faculty to HNO klinik Wuerzberg Germany

I have been invited as International Guest Faculty to HNO klinik Wuerzberg, Germany for 25 th Course on Microsurgery of the Middle Ear to deliver a talk on "Tragal Cartilage in Tympanic Membrane Reconstruction"  on february 25 - 27, 2013

Following is brochure:













Monday, October 8, 2012

My Invited talk at AOI 8th SOUTHCON

I have been invited to be a faculty member for the AOI 8th SOUTHCON on 12-14 oct 2012 to participate in the   INVITED TALKS — CROSS FIRE on topic Cartilage Tympanoplasty Vs Fascia Tympanoplasty  on first day (12 oct, time 10am to 10.30 am). I am very much thankful and obliged to Prof Murthy Psn chairman, Scientific Committee and organisers for this opportunity.


For Scientific Programme at Southcon Click:

http://drmubarakkhan.com/LatestNews_Detail.aspx?id=8 

Friday, October 5, 2012

900 + likes for our book in 15 days worldwide

Our Page on Endoscopic Color Atlas of Ear Diseases recieves 937 likes


https://www.facebook.com/pages/Endoscopic-Color-atlas-of-ear-diseases/158490870892693?ref=hl

Review of our Book by Prof. Dr.B.P.Belaldavar, KLE University’s, JN Medical College, Belgaum,Karnataka.


Dear,

 Dr.Mubarak Muhamed Khan and Dr.Sapna Ramakrishna Parab ,at the outset let me thank you for offering me the pleasant and responsible  task of  evaluation and comments on your unique academic and enterprising compilation on Endoscopic Color Atlas Of EAR Diseases .

Well ,this colour atlas has well organized endoscopic documentation.I believe it is really a great patience and acumen of the authors in putting it into reality of such a commandable collection over the years of different types of affections of EAR starting from simple and common to complex and rare ailments .The way it has been put in different sections involving entire various diseases effecting EAR is marvellous and suggests the professionalism.I feel personally as a professor involved in teaching the UGS and PGs since last 18 years,systematic chronological photographic analysis and precise and apt written commentary on every particular endoscopic picture in this particular atlas should be of immense help to all the undergraduates, PG’s , and budding ENT clinicians,in knowing and analyzing various clinical conditions and confusions in clinical practice .This is a book, which deserves to have a permanent place over the table of every practicing otologist and in the referring rack of library of every medical institution.

Once again I congratulate you for your this novice endeour and wish you all the best for your future such academic commitments.

Thanking you again,

Dr.B.P.Belaldavar

Professor,

KLE University’s,  JN Medical College,

Belgaum,Karnataka.

Saturday, September 8, 2012

Our article : Day Care Ear Surgery in IJOHNS

Our article Day Care Ear Surgery: Our Experience of 4 Years has now been published in the September 2012 paginated issue of Indian Journal of Otolaryngology and Head & Neck Surgery: Volume 64, Issue 3 (2012), Page 280-284


Indian Journal of Otolaryngology and Head & Neck Surgery, Volume 64, Issue 3, pp 280-284

Day Care Ear Surgery: Our Experience of 4 Years

 

Abstract

Day care surgery is gaining wide popularity not only in the West, but also in our country. We present our experience of 4 years of day care surgery in otological practice. To identify the scope of day care ear surgery in our rural setup and to determine the rate of complications, if any, of day care ear surgery. A prospective study of major ear cases operated in M.I.M.E.R. Medical College and Sushrut ENT Hospital was carried out from January 2005 to December 2008 with a minimum follow up of 2 years. In the period from 2005 to 2008, a total of 527 major ear cases were operated. There was re-admission of 5 operated patients (0.94%). The acceptance of day care ear surgery is enormous in our rural setup due to its obvious advantages.
 
 

My publications in Journals

JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS :http://drmubarakkhan.com/journal_publication.aspx
  1. Primary cartilage tympanoplasty: our technique and results
  2. How to cite:
    Mubarak M. Khan, Sapna R. Parab. Primary Cartilage Tympanoplasty:
    Our technique and results. American Journal of Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Medicine and Surgery; 2010
    doi:10.1016/j.amjoto.2010.07.010
  3. Simultaneous involvement of larynx and middle ear in pulmonary tuberculosis
  4. How to cite
    Parab, S. R., Khan, M. M. and Ghaisas, V. S. (2010), Simultaneous involvement of larynx and middle ear in pulmonary tuberculosis. The Laryngoscope, 120: 1892–1894.
    http:doi/10.1002/lary.21029/abstract
  5. External Laryngocoele presenting as chronic neck swelling in a young adult
  6. How to cite
    Dr. Mubarak Khan, Dr. Virendra Ghaisas, Dr. Sapna Parab. External Laryngocoele presenting as chronic neck swelling in a young adult. Orissa Journal of Otolaryngology and Head and Neck Surgery.
  7. Day Care Ear Surgery: Our Experience of 4 Years
  8. How to cite
    Mubarak M. Khan, Sapna R. Parab. Day Care Ear Surgery: Our Experience. Indian Journal of Otolaryngology and Head & Neck Surgery; 2011 (in press)
    http://10.1007/s12070-011-0303-x
  9. Office Based Direct Videolaryngoscopy Using a Zero Degree 4 mm Sinuscope
  10. How to cite
    Dr. Mubarak M Khan, Dr. Sapna R. Parab. Office Based Direct Videolaryngoscopy Using a Zero Degree 4 mm Sinuscope.
    World articles in ENT.
    http://www.waent.org/archives/2011/Vol4-1/20110201-direct
    laryngoscopy/fiberoptic-direct-largngoscopy.htm

Sunday, August 19, 2012

My first visiting scholar from Lebanon

Our first Visiting Scholar from Lebanon, Dr Raed Rtail who is otolaringologist. He will be learning my techniques of Cartilage Tympanoplasty for 2 months in MIMER Medical College, Pune.

www.drmubarakkhan.com/

Saturday, August 11, 2012

Review of our book by Dr. Sachin S Gandhi of Deenanath Mangeshkar Hospital, Pune, INDIA

 
All of us who are into ENT practice for long time now know the vast variations with which a patient with ear disease can present and this book fulfills a much needed demand of an atlas in this subject.
Authors Mubarak Khan and Sapna Parab have taken painstaking effort to collect photographs of most of Ear problems. The clarity of the pictures and lucid description along with will definitely be immense help to young ENT surgeons.
This atlas will help the undergraduates to understand and create an interest in this subject. Some pictures really suggest the extreme minute details that the authors have went into in depiction majority of diseases. The presentation of the book is also in an excellent format.
An additional commendable point for the author is that lengthy theoretical discussion has been avoided to keep the interest of the reader for the atlas.
I again congratulate both the authors for the efforts taken for the book and wish them a great success.

Dr. Sachin S Gandhi
Director,Dept. Of laryngology,
Consultant Otolaryngologist,
Deenanath Mangeshkar Hospital,
Pune, India
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Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Review of our book by prof John S. Oghalai of Stanford University

I really enjoyed meeting you and your colleagues at the recent meeting.  I was so impressed with the quality of the presented work.  As well, I found your book to be excellent.  It is quite comprehensive of otologic pathology and the text describing each image was helpful.  Obviously, some images are better than others and I am sure that as you continue to accrue images, you can replace some of the more blurry images with better ones.  One additional suggestion, which may be impossible to achieve, would be to have CT/MRI images and audiometry results from the same patient next to the picture.  The student could then learn what radiographic imaging findings and hearing loss findings correlate with the micro-otoscopic evaluation.

I certainly enjoyed reviewing this textbook.  Thank you for sharing it with me.

Regards,

John S. Oghalai, MD
Associate Professor, Otology, Neurotology, and Skull Base Surgery
Department of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery
Stanford University
801 Welch Road                                                                                     
Stanford, CA  94305-5739

Monday, July 16, 2012

Registration Form for First International Live Surgical workshop on Rhinoplasty & Otoplasty

Registration Form for First International Live Surgical workshop on Rhinoplasty & Otoplasty at MIMER medical College, pune on 1 &2 September 2012:



contact:
dr mubarak khan
ent.khan@gmail.com

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First International Live Surgical workshop on Rhinoplasty & Otoplasty

First International Live Surgical workshop on Rhinoplasty & Otoplasty with hands on cadaveric dissection course:

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Thursday, July 5, 2012

Critical Review of our book by Dr M P Manoj from Calicut


Endoscopic Colour Atlas of Ear Diseases                
Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers (P) Ltd
Authors: Khan Mubarak, Parab Sapna                                                                                                                                                    
ISBN:
978-93-5025-166-9
PRICE:
$ 75
EDITION:
1/e / 2011
PAGES:
190
SIZE:
8.5"×11"

In one word- commendable! Easy to read, lucid presentation, nice formatting ( not often seen in Indian books), no clutter and quite comprehensive in coverage. 

The first chapter starts very well, a concise description of the tympanic membrane anatomy and many pictures, eleven in all. However one must remark that many of these pictures are similar and wonder whether a large single page high resolution color photograph with a line diagram on the next page, clearly labeled would have been a better idea. Figures 6,8,9 and 11 look like replicas. 

A comment about the quality of the endoscopic photographs- great deal of improvement is possible. The only photograph in the whole book that is of really good quality came from the Causse clinic. I think we have the technology to do as good, if not better photographic documentation. The authors are luminaries in their own right and have the passion to produce a book that is a work of love, no doubt, but why cringe on quality? A Xenon/ LED light source, high res camera like the Storz HD, good image capturing software like provision or DIVA which aren’t too expensive would have produced pictures that are stunning, given the amazing clinical material in the book.  

The varieties of external ear conditions shown are quite good, and are of special relevance and these are the cases that are more specific for our conditions. Quality of photographs apart, a great collection and learning material. Kudos. 

The chapter on AOM has a small glitch to begin with. The stage of resolution should have mentioned, “Most cases of AOM tend to resolve without antibiotics”. This is a documented, scientifically proven fact and needs to be highlighted.

The lighthouse sign is a video sign and can never be actually demonstrated in serial photographs.  For us who have seen this, the image is realistic, but for a GP, for whom I believe this book is a great diagnostic tool, it maybe perplexing. 

The term Chronic Suppurative otitis media is too, I fear, rather archaic. The current terminology is Chronic Otitis media, mucosal or squamous type, active or inactive and should have been used throughout this book. So is the term adhesive otitis media- and is actually chronic ear disease, squamous type inactive. Is the use of decongestants recommended in Otitis media? I fear that there is a lot of evidence it does no good and in fact harm. 

The various presentations of chronic ear diseases are very well documented and apart from a minor criticism of some apparently similar photographs that run the risk of repetition, are truly informative. Some technical terms like infected gel foam could have been avoided, and the lowered facial ridge do not appear lowered at all! It is probably a photographic illusion, but deserves mention.
The chapter on otitis media with effusion , ventilation tubes , granular myringitis and hemotympanum should technically have preceded the chronic ear chapters. 

Though cartilage tympanoplasty is a fantastic technique and many surgeons including me use it from time to time, it is not the only option for creation of a neotympanum. A book on cartilage tympanoplasty can elaborate its advantages, not a endoscopic atlas, which could have included other grafts like temporalis fascia, perichondrium and fascia lata. Obviously a canal wall down procedure would require far more than a cartilage graft and this is not mentioned in the atlas. An audiometric follow up also would have added value to the pre and postoperative chapter. 

Why has the exostosis been repeated in the tumors chapter when it already is mentioned in the external canal pages? A post treatment picture could have been included.
Just for completion, the Sade and Tos classification of retractions could have been acknowledged in a footnote as a tribute for those giants. 

Notwithstanding these comments that should be taken as encouragement for improvisation rather than negative criticism, the authors deserve all praise for bringing out such a first-of-a-kind book of Otoendoscopy. You deserve a standing ovation. May god bless your passion to bring out another edition to shut big mouths like mine! Congratulations!

Dr. M.P. Manoj
A3 Golden Enclave
Chevayur PO
Calicut 673017
Phone +914952359696
http://www.drmanojsent.com/

Thursday, June 14, 2012

Review of our book by Dr Rajesh Vishwakarma, professor and head, BJMC, Ahmedabad


       Endoscopic Colour Atlas of Ear Diseases                
     Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers (P) Ltd
     Authors: Khan Mubarak, Parab Sapna                                                                                                                                                           
ISBN:
978-93-5025-166-9
PRICE:
$ 65
EDITION:
1/e / 2011
PAGES:
190
SIZE:
8.5"×11"

      




At the very outset accept my Heartiest Congratulations for writing the Endoscopic Color Atlas of Ear Diseases.
This book is well written and Conceptualised. The Pictures are Clear and Self Explanatory. It will be very helpfull for the undergraduates and the Postgraduates in ENT.
I wish you all sucess and hope you come out with similar concept for Nose AND Larynx.
with regards and best wishes
Dr Rajesh Vishwakarma
professor and head
department of ent
b.j.medical college
civil hospital
ahmedabad, gujarat
Email :
drvrajesh@hotmail.com

My Website

My website is just launched and active online now

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Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Live Rhinoplasty and Otoplasty Workshop With Hands on Cadaveric Dissection At MIMER Medical College, Pune, India

3 rd Live Rhinoplasty and Otoplasty Workshop With Hands on Cadaveric Dissection

Dates : 1 and 2 september 2013

Venue : MIMER Medical College, Talegaon Dabhade, Pune, India

Faculty :
Rhinoplasty:

Prof Yong Ju Jang , Asan Medical Centre, Seoul, South Korea

Prof. Virendra S Ghaisas, MIMER Medical College, Pune, India

Otoplasty:

Dr. Ashish Bhumkar, , Mumbai, India


Organising Secretory:

Dr Mubarak Khan, 

 Brochure is under Preparation. Soon you will get it.
For Early Booking contact:
Dr Mubarak khan 
ent.khan@gmail.com

Aoicon Pune 2013 Registration Information


Aoicon Pune 2013 Registration Information

Registration Fees
Early Bird
 AOI Member
 Rs. 5000/-
 Non-AOI Member
 Rs. 6000/-
 Acc. Person
 Rs. 4000/-
 PG Student *
 (should attach letter from HOD)
 Rs. 3500/-

 

General Guidelines
Please fill the enclosed Registration Form and send it to the Conference Secretariat with appropriate payment by Cheque / DD favouring AOICON 2013, payable at Pune.

All requests for the cancellation of Registration must reach the Secretariat on or before July 31, 2012 in writing. Refunds shall be processed after the Conference. Strictly no refunds for cancellations after last date.

* PG Students should attach letter from HOD.


http://aoiconpune2013.com/aoicon_registration.html

Review of Endoscopic Color Atlas of Ear Diseases by Prof Haritosh Velankar of Pad Dr D Y Patil Medical College, Navi Mumbai

Review of Endoscopic Color Atlas of Ear Diseases
                                                -Dr. Haritosh Velankar
                                                      Prof & HOD ENT
                                                    Pad Dr D Y Patil Medical College, Navi Mumbai.
                                                    Email : drharitosh@yahoo.co.in
            Traditionally the field of Otology has suffered due to poor visualisation and understanding of the common ear conditions by the undergraduate student. As a result the diagnosis & referrals of the ear diseases by the  family physicians, leaves much to be desired.
With the advent of Otoendoscopy lot of teaching hospitals are using this as a tool to educate the undergraduate students. In this respect the "Endoscopic Color Atlas of Ear Diseases" is a milestone in educating not only the undergraduate student and the family physician but also post graduate students & budding otologists.
The high quality photographs not only illustrate common ear diseases like acute & chronic suppurative otitis media, serous otitis media but also uncommon & dangerous  condittions like glomus tumor.
This atlas by Dr Mubarak Khan & Dr. Sapna Parab has raised the bar in the diagnosis of ear diseases & will benefit not only students and practitioners but the society as a whole.

Saturday, April 14, 2012

Book Review by Prof Dr.G.S.Renukananda of J.J.M.Medical college, Davangere, Karnataka






                                                                      Endoscopic Colour Atlas of Ear Diseases                
                                                          Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers (P) Ltd

 ISBN:
978-93-5025-166-9
PRICE:
$ 65
EDITION:
1/e / 2011
PAGES:
190
SIZE:
8.5"×
          Authors: Khan Mubarak, Parab Sapna                                                                                                                                                   








It gives me a great pleasure to appreciate the commandable work done by young and enthusiastic otolaryngologists Dr.Sapna Parab and Dr.Mubarak Muhamed Khan.

The book contains beautiful photographs of various ear conditions along with a descriptive foot note.

The book Endoscopic Colour Atlas of Ear diseases enhances the diagnostic ability of post graduate students and also young otolaryngologists.The book is worth possesion by otolaryngologists and even by general practitioners.

I hope Dr.Sapna and Dr.Mubarak will bring more knowledgeble work in future also

                                                                                              
 Dr.G.S.Renukananda
M.B.B.S.,M.S.,D.L.O
Professor of Otorhinolaryngology
J.J.M.Medical college,
Davangere Karnataka

Sunday, April 1, 2012

Review of our book by internet journal 'World article in ENT'


       Endoscopic Colour Atlas of Ear Diseases                
     Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers (P) Ltd
     Authors: Khan Mubarak, Parab Sapna                                                                                                                                                           
ISBN:
978-93-5025-166-9
PRICE:
$ 65
EDITION:
1/e / 2011
PAGES:
190
SIZE:
8.5"×11"

      


Review of our book by internet journal 'World article in ENT'

Endoscopic Color Atlas of Ear Diseases 
by Dr Mubarak M. Khan and Dr Sapna R. Parab
'Endoscopic Color Atlas of Ear Diseases 'written by Dr Mubarak M. Khan and Dr Sapna R. Parab(published by Jaypee Brothers) represents a state-of-the-art update in the field of otology.

A 163 paged volume presents both basic and complex otological diseases in an easy-to-follow, sequential format. It includes outstanding color illustrations of ear diseases. Developed by an author with more than fifteen years of experience, the book features high quality 271 clinical pictures of normal and abnormal findings of ear obtained using endoscopic otological techniques .Authors have included almost all ear problems with nicely labeled photographs and descriptions . It is an excellent guide for ENT surgeons and Residents and a gem to every medical library.