Stereotactic Guidance System

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Dr. Pasha has a special interest in revision and complex cases. Having performed over 2,500 nasal procedures, he is experienced in the higher skill set required for advanced procedures. For these cases, Dr. Pasha may request that a special imaging study (CT scan) be performed in order that it may be used in the operating room for stereotactic guidance.

Stereotactic guidance is a technique in which the imaging may used to confirm positioning in the sinuses while operating. This technique allows access to challenging sinuses that may be missed with endoscopic visualization alone.

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