Programme: Sunday, 22 November 2020

Keynote Lectures:
  • Prof Maximillian Mehdorn (8:30 am, London Time) - Surgery for Parkinson's disease (Germany)
  • Prof Miguel Arraez (10:45 am, London Time) - Surgery for Adult Brainstem Gliomas 9Spain)
  • Prof Mariano Socolovsky (1 pm, London Time) - Why should Neurosurgeon do Peripheral Nerve Surgery (Argentina)
  • Prof Fred Gentili (2:45 pm London Time) - Skull Base Surgery - Lessons learnt from a career of 35 years (Canada)
  • Prof Gus Alusi (3:45 pm London Time) - Advances in Extended Endoscopic Surgery (UK)
  • Prof Robert Harbaugh (4:30 pm London Time) - Unruptured Intracranial Aneurysms (USA)
  • Prof Frederick Boop (5:15 pm London Time) - Molecular Biology of Paediatric Brain Tumours (USA)
(The Listings are on LONDON Time)

08:30 Keynote Lecture: Surgery for Parkinson’s Disease. Professor Maximillian Mehdorn (Germany)

09:15 Radiological Evaluation of lumbar and thoracic spine injuries in elderly male patients due to falls, Nikolaos Ch Syrmos, Greece, (Flash,#73)

09:23 Depressive disorders after whiplash cervical spine injuries in young people,Nikolaos Ch Syrmos, Greece,(Flash #74)

09:30 Microvascular Decompression for Hemifacial spasm. Our Experience and Literature Review, Serhat Pusat, Turkey (Oral,#44)

10:00 The Incidence of spina bifida in Pakistan: The need to consider food fortification strategy, Noor ul Huda Maria, Pakistan (Oral #20)

10:15 Tea Break

10:45 Surgery for Adult Brainstem Tumours. Professor Miguel Arraez (Spain)

11:30 Chronic Subdural Hematoma, a cause of persistent post-dural headache in the postpartum period, Daniel Kanyata, Kenya (Flash #61)

11:38 Pleomorphic xanthoastrocytoma: a case report of a 9-year-old boy
",Peter Njeru, Kenya,(Flash #71)

11:45 Hallermann-Streiff Syndrome, Congenital Myth.",Oyeleye Egunjobi, Nigeria (Flash #22)

11:53 Vasopressin performance in chronic pain: study through systematic review, Laura Beatriz Martins,Brazil,Oral,57

12:00 The effects of COVID-19 on Hypothalamus: is it another Face of SARS-CoV-2 that may potentially control the level of COVID-19 severity? Noor ul Huda Maria, Pakistan,(Oral #14)

12:15 Neurophysiology for brain surgery. Dimitrios Kefelas (UK)

12:30 Lunch

13:00 Why Neurosurgeons Should be doing Peripheral Nerve Surgery. Mariano Socolovsky (Agentina)

13:45 Epidermoid cyst of the anterolateral cisterns of the brain stem treated with a minimally invasive subasterional approach, Muñoz-García Araceli, Mexico,(Oral #66)

14:00 Selective vestibular neurotomy for intractable Ménière's disease in the era of endoscopy and intraoperative advanced neuromonitoring: recent experience and technical notes, Fabrizio Salvinelli, Italy (Oral #56)

14:15 Minimally invasive surgical options for the treatment of medium to large vestibular schwannomas: technical nuances, Fabio Greco, Italy,(Oral #54)

14:30 Minimal invasive microsurgical decompression of the trigeminal nerve with +180/-180° exploration, Mauro Segura, Mexico(Oral#81)

14:45 Skull Base Surgery: lessons learnt from a 35-year career. Fred Gentili

15:30 Coffee Break

15:45 Advances in Extended Endoscopic Surgery. Prof Gus Alusi (UK)
16:30 Unruptured Intracranial Aneurysm, Dr Robert E Harbaugh (USA)
17:15 Molecular Biology of Brain Tumours. Dr Frderick Boop (USA)