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2019 | Functional neurosurgery

An in-depth diagnosis is the top priority in functional neurosurgery and it forms the basis for all further therapies and measures. Thanks to modern technology, surgical operations on the brain can be precisely calculated with imaging techniques and then transferred to stereotactic apparatus. Minimally invasive surgical procedures make it possible to perform very complex treatments and operations on the human brain. They’re usually the last option for alleviating pain that patients may be suffering from (e.g. for people in the end stages of Parkinson’s disease). All information about the course you can download here.

Topic

  • Functional neurosurgery

Target group

  • Neurosurgeons, who have previous knowledge about stereotactic applications and want to update and optimize it
  • Neurosurgeons, who are beginners in the field of stereotactic applications

In this course you will learn

  • Stereotactic applications in neurosurgery
  • MER and test stimulations for target point navigation
  • Stereotactic brachytherapy for people suffering from brain tumours
  • Lesion methods: Indications, applications, advantages and disadvantages
  • Practical knowledge of how to perform these procedures (hands-on)

Organizational

Date

13th–15th October 2019

Location

ARKANA Forum,
Emmendingen, Germany

Format

Face-to-face course
  

Language

English

Medical director

Requested

Certification

Baden-Württemberg Medical Association
(has been applied for)
  

Price

475 € (incl. VAT)