On a daily basis we all are facing a lot of academically interesting as well as challenging and sometimes controversial clinical cases. If you have a relentless desire to share your “professional adventures”, but can rarely find a chance to write a medical article OR maybe you are just eagerly searching for a collaboration – search no more, you have found a chance to do that! 🙂
The EPNS Scientific and Research Committee together with the Young EPNS (YEPNS) are hosting the EPNS Case Discussions interactive webinars on the 4th Wednesday of every other month at 17:00 CET.
Each Case Discussion webinar will be broadcasted live via the ZOOM Webinar platform for approximately 40-60 minutes.
Available for FREE to both EPNS members and non-members, all are welcome.
It is very easy: Fill in our online Application Form CLICK HERE and we will contact you!
See you in our webinars!
Date: Wednesday 26 October 2022
Time: 17:00h Central European Time: Time Zone Converter: CLICK HERE
In the October EPNS Case Discussion, two cases of childhood-onset movement disorders will be discussed through a video-based presentation.
First, the case a 17-years old boy will be illustrated. The only child of consanguineous parents, he presented with an apparently slowly progressing, generalized movement disorder with onset in infancy, mild intellectual disability, and peculiar neuroimaging features.
Case 2 is a 10-years old boy with a longstanding history of abnormal movements in absence of any other neurological or non-neurological complaints.
Both cases will be discussed interactively with the attending audience with regards to phenomenology, neuroimaging features and genetic findings to dissect the diagnostic pathway
Senior Mentor: Professor Michel Willemsen, Radboud University Nijmegen Medical Centre, Netherlands
YEPNS Presenter: Dr Giacomo Garone, Ospedale Pediatrico Bambino Gesù Dipartimento, Rome, Italy
YEPNS Moderator: Dr Lelde Liepina, Erasmus Medical Center, Department of Neurology, Rotterdam, the Netherlands.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the EPNS Case Discussion webinar.
More Case Discussion webinars will be coming your way and details will be shared here in due course.