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Did you miss the latest webinar on CPA surgery? See the link below to view the recording.

Explore the WFNS Young Neurosurgeons videos! Click here to visit the official Youtube Channel 

 

Dr Giannantonio Spena, director of Neurosurgery Department at the Manzoni Hospital in Lecco (Italy) and UpSurgeOn co-founder, will be holding a webinar on cerebello-pontine angle surgery on Saturday 24th November at 4 PM GMT.

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Zoom ID: 590-063-172
Monday, 12 November 2018 08:12

AppSurgeOn - 3D Skull Atlas

UpSurgeOn is developing innovative technologies to bring neurosurgical education everywhere! Welcome to the new era of surgical training!

Visit the website: http://www.upsurgeon.com or get the App on Apple Store and Google Play

Saturday, 03 November 2018 09:55

AppSurgeOn - Neurosimulator Vol.I

An abstract from AppSurgeOn - Neurosimulator Vol.I, the first 3D neurosurgical simulator for mobile. This App offers an impactful 3D educational experience of cognitive neurosurgical training characterized by full interactivity, high realism and impressive accuracy. This first volume is focused on basic frontal and temporal approaches.

 

Get the App on Apple Store and Google Play, or visit the website: www.upsurgeon.com.

Aneurysms are thought to arise from weak spots on a blood vessel wall, that leads to an outward bulging, likened to a bubble or balloon. They may be a result of a hereditary condition or an acquired disease. The securing of the aneurysm (which can be endovascular or open) may be undertaken prior to or after its rupture. Nowadays, it is still not entirely clear which is the best option of treatment for unruptured aneurysms. In this review, doctors Kelly D. Flemming and Giuseppe Lanzino elegantly discuss the best therapeutic approach to this kind of aneurysms.

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Neil Martin, MD, is famous for his contribution to the development of the arteriovenous malformation (AVM) grading system (Spetzler-Martin classification). He spent several decades as chair of the UCLA Department of Neurosurgery and co-director of the UCLA Stroke Center. Since 2016 he has been nominated responsible of the Geisinger Neuroscience Institute.
This lecture addresses the management of AVM, a cluster of abnormal blood vessels within the brain which is congenital but not necessary hereditary.
Dr. Martin exposes the clinical manifestations, the diagnostic processes and the grading systems of the AVM. In particular he focuses on the treatment choices which are represented by: microsurgical technique, embolization and radiotherapy.

 

Wednesday, 28 March 2018 17:27

Online survey on neurosurgical education

Dr. Angelos Kolias and Dr. Amro Al-Habib will hold the first online survey to explore the current education status and needs for young neurosurgeons around the world.

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A series of web courses focused on Vascular Emergencies in countries with limited facilities. Dr. Hosam Al-Jehani and Dr. Ihsan Dogan will hold these events to focus on Global Neurosurgery issues.

Wednesday, 28 March 2018 16:23

Webinar: On line education - 12 May 2018

There is a growing interest on digital support to surgical education. Dr. Angelos Kolias, Cambridge University, will give an overview of online education sources available for neurosurgical trainees worldwide. 

Follow the webinar: 12 May 2018, h 18 (London time)