The 4th Spine Complication forum taking place in Khobar on September 17, 2022. This event is held in person after the COVID19 pandemic.
This forum is aimed to transfer the knowledge, exchange experiences, elaborate in preventive measures among the spine caregivers. It is a continuation of our successful prior similar events aiming to provide the best spine care for our patients.
The forum discussing various topics including Spine revisions, implants failure, unusual presentations, settings and pathways for preventing intra operative complications. Moreover, challenges between spine caregivers and insurance providers.
Welcome to our hand on work shop on Neuroendoscopy. As usual, enthusiastic faculty participation will allow the excellent Tutor/Trainees ratio of 1×2 confirming the presence of a world expert at each hands-on workstation for two trainees.
This year, the Scientific Program will bring a rich assortment of lectures, video presentations, live demonstration on anatomical models and dissection videos. You will find educational sessions exploring ventricular endoscopy, cerebral endoscopy and skull base endoscopy delivered by world-renowned international faculty.
Our workshop welcomes senior, students and recent graduate neurosurgeons who practice or want to practice neuroendoscopic surgery. Between each session, participants will have the opportunity to network and connect with other scientists from all over the world.
With a worldwide panel of experts and increasing participation, LINNC Seminar is the American meeting of the LINNC family of neuroradiology and neurosurgery seminars.
Using an extensive library of prerecorded cases specially taped during the year, the LINNC Seminar and its international faculty offers a finely tuned reactivity, touching on the latest topics that matter to you, with interactive discussions that ensure you can “take home” the knowledge you need to improve your clinical practice today. Meet us on 28-29 March 2022.
For this 2022 event, the LINNC Americas sessions will also be streamed on LINNC online for FREE.
To attend the Seminar from your hospital or home, you need to register for access!
The 1st medical students-based Neurosurgical meeting in the region, hosting and offering golden opportunities to medical students interested in Neurology & Neurosurgery. With professors both national & international providing keynote lectures & panel discussions, we will also be offering hands-on training workshops given by well-known International groups, all of that for a wonderful 2- days experience that will broaden the perspectives of medical students on Neurosurgery.
Dr. Theodore Schwartz directs an annual course in minimally invasive surgery that introduces the very latest in advanced techniques.
For 2022, the hands-on transorbital skull base course focuses exclusively on transorbital approaches. Arising from a collaboration between oculoplastic, ENT surgeons, and neurosurgeons, the endoscopic transorbital approach provides access to areas in the lateral skull base such as the cavernous sinus, Meckel’s cave and sphenoid wing that are inaccessible to the endonasal approach.
The goals of the course are to teach surgeons how to perform these new approaches as well as their indications, contraindications, and limitations.
Saudi Association of Neurological Surgery, SANS cordially invite you to the upcoming 16th annual meeting of the SANS 2022 . The department of neurosurgery at King Abdulaziz Medical City, National Guard Health Affairs, Riyadh will be honored to host this important annual national event. The meeting slogan for this year is “Back to Life” as we all hope that the bad era of covid-19 pandemic is over. We are going to meet in-person in Riyadh, March 25th -27th 2022.
Well!!, it is not only social! The scientific committee is preparing a world-class scientific program representing the cutting-edge in research and technology in the field with a good share of the academic activities devoted for education to our trainees and junior staff.
Many prominent international speakers accepted the invitation to present in-person or virtually their outstanding experiences and research. In addition, this year SANS meeting will be in conjunction with the 3rd Middle-eastern Society for Stereotactic and Functional Neurosurgery meeting. This shall enrich our scientific program with outstanding presentations in this ever-evolving subspeciality.
We are delighted to welcome you to the 8th Masterclass – EndoscopicSkull BaseDissection Course. Once more we have the pleasure of having with us an outstanding international faculty to teach, guide and amaze us.
Lectures will cover both the basic principles, anatomy as well as the latest developments of endoscopic skull base surgery.
More than 10 hours of fresh-frozen cadaveric dissections provide an excellent opportunity for participants to get hands-on experience and update their knowledge of endoscopic skull base anatomy and approaches.
Each participant station will have high quality endoscopes, tools, neuronavigation, high speeds drills and suction systems to simulate operation room settings.
We are delighted to announce the upcoming 3rd Balkan Rhino Forum, which will be held on 7-9 April 2022. After a long year of pandemic – related restrictions, we are looking forward to meeting in person again and welcoming you in the historic city of Athens, Greece.
Our subspecialty is changing fast and as a scientific committee, we are doing our best to reflect this in the scientific program as much as possible. Keynote Lectures on vital and controversial topics, open discussions where experience meets evidence – based guidelines with a focus on residents and younger colleagues to whom the future belongs. We count on them not only for “participating” but also for designing the program and shaping the content, under the guidance of senior, experienced colleagues.