Report from Dr Ayman Ahmed Ashmawi, from Cairo, Egypt visiting the Department of Clinical Epileptology, Sleep Disorders and Functional Neurology in Children University Hospitals of Lyon, France, under the supervision of Prof. Alexis Arzimanoglou.
By Claudia Sommer Hands-on courses include the active participation of the attendees. This course format is used whenever the learning objectives contain specific skills, as in neurophysiology, neurosonology, neuro-opthalmology, and movement disorders. A hands-on course may… Continue Reading
EAN Congress news
Copenhagen 2016: 1st Case-based facilitated workshop on EEG in patients with acute consciousness impairment…..from one of the attendees:
Case-based Course 1: EEG in patients with acute consciousness impairment
Saturday, 28 May 2016 08.30 – 10.00
Chairperson: Andrea Rossetti, Lausanne, Switzerland Use of the new ACNS nomenclature
Erik Westhall, Lund, Sweden\ Advanced EEG monitoring… Continue Reading
It was a great honor for me to be awarded with the EAN Research experience fellowship. I spend the six months at the Epilepsy Center of University Hospital Freiburg, Germany. My project’s title was "EEG-fMRI localization of epileptic activity using advanced analysis techniques (Grouiller-Method)".
As in the previous year, Neuropenews asked EAN committee members, panel chairs, speakers etc. which session one should not miss at the upcoming congress in Copenhagen 2016. Please find their answers below!
Annual Meeting of the German-Austrian-Swiss Epilepsy Task-Force (DACH-AK) 2015
Prien am Chiemsee, Germany
October 15-16, 2015 Aim of the meeting is advanced eduction for epiletologists, neurologists interested in epilepsy, paediatricians and clinicians. Controversies will be discussed, as well as interesting… Continue Reading
Following last month’s chapter 1 about “founding fathers of the 19th century” we here continue this historical retrospect with a short review of German neurology in the early 20th century.
Case Report: Reversible unresponsiveness and complex movement disorder in an 84-year-old lady with cerebral amyloid and hypertensive angiopathypresented by Ricardo Ginestal et al. An 84-year-old woman, with chronic renal insufficiency due to hypertension and a restrictive and obstructive chronic respiratory condition was admitted to our internal medicine ward with pneumonia and hypoxia. Before admission, her general practitioner… Continue Reading
presented by Burcu Gökçe and Kemal Erdemoğlu A 39-year-old, right-handed male presented to our outpatient clinic reporting daily occipital headache associated with recurrent syncope over a period of 2 years. His medical history was unremarkable and he took no medication… Continue Reading
A 69-year old previously healthy man presented in January 2011 with a two-week history of behavioural disturbances including anxiety, hypochondriac complaints and motor hyperactivity. Since the patient never had had any psychiatric symptoms his general practitioner chose to refer him… Continue Reading