Scientific Program

Conference Series Ltd invites all the participants across the globe to attend 5th International Conference on Brain Disorders and Therapeutics Madrid, Spain.

Day 1 :

Keynote Forum

Eyad Faizo

BG Unfallklinik Murnau, Germany

Keynote: Neuro radio surgery: Where are we now?

Time : 09:30-10:10

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Biography:

Eyad Faizo is a certified licensed Medical Doctor specialized in Neurosurgery and spine surgery practicing in Murnau Hospital south Germany. He presented in international seminars, media interviews and conferences in Health Care and education. Member of the Advisory boards in many German medical companies. Member of the German
and European Neurosurgical Societies.

Abstract:

Cyberknife offers an innovative and evidence based treatment alternative for a variety of Neurosurgical tumors both Brain and Spine . Patient movement is automatically detected and corrected up to sub-millimeter accuracy. Using this ultra fast correction technology it is possible to provide high precision radio-surgical treatment of tumors without invasive Operations. Safe, accurate and painfree

Break: Networking and Refreshments Break 10:10-10:30 @ Foyer

Keynote Forum

Drini Dobi

University Hospital Center “ Mother Teresa”, Albania

Keynote: Cerebellar stroke and vertigo syndromes: Similarities and changes

Time : 10:30-11:10

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Biography:

Drini Dobi graduated as PhD in University of Tirana, Albania in 1992, and has done the specialization course in Neurology from 1994-1998 in University Hospital Centre "Mother Teresa", Tirana Albania. After his specialization, he has done some other minispecialization course for neurorehabilitation in Instituto Carlo Besta, Milano, Italy; San Carlo, Milan, Italy and Don Carlo Gnocchi Milano, Italy and minispecialization course for neurosonology in UHC "Sestre Milosrdnice" Zagreb, Croatia. He has a lot of publications in some medical periodicals and has participated in some of AAN Annual Meetings with his works, EFNS and EAN conferences, with his works too, and some other Neurological Conferences abroad. His Master’s is in Rehabilitation in Parkinson Disease, in 2005 and PhD in Physical Rehabilitation after stroke in 2015. He is also the Member of EAN Scientific Panel of Neurorehabilitation, Scientific Panel of Neurotoxicology, and General Neurology. His field of expertise is in Neurorehabilitation and Stroke.

 

Abstract:

In generally, the symptoms of vertigo syndromes overlap with cerebellar stroke, and approximately 0.7-3% of isolated vertigo have cerebellar stroke. The clinical diagnosis is an important modality, because the computed tomography is 26% sensitive for acute stroke. Vertigo is defined as a pathologic illusion of movement. Most commonly experienced as a spinning sensation, it arises from a pathologic imbalance in the peripheral or central vestibular system. Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo is a distinct condition not typically confused with cerebellar infarction. The paroxysms of intense symptoms lasting less than a minute are defining, as is positional provocation. Meniere’s disease is suspected in the patient who presents with simultaneous vertigo and cochlear complaints. Episodes commonly last a few hours, although they can range from 20 minutes to a few days. Formal diagnosis requires hearing loss documented on audiologic examination on at least one occasion and patients may have normal audiologic examination between episodes. The migrainous vertigo appears to be like an aura that lasts for a few minutes (18%), but for others the vertigo lasts for longer than 24 hours (27%). Physical examination should reveal a normal neurologic examination. Formal diagnostic criteria for migrainous vertigo have been proposed: 1) recurrent episodes of vertigo; 2) a formal migraine diagnosis by I.H.S. criteria; 3) a migraine symptom during the attack (headache, photophobia, or aura) and 4) the exclusion of other causes. Vestibular neuritis is characterized by the acute vestibular syndrome, caused by decreased vestibular tone on one side and reveals a gradual onset. The cerebellar stroke tends to present with the sudden onset of symptoms, usually reaching maximal intensity at once. Vascular risk factors raise the prior probability of disease and the severe ataxia is considered a sign of central vertigo. The direction-changing nystagmus is an important sign of cerebellar stroke.

 

Keynote Forum

Walter Bini

Healthpoint Hospital Abu Dhabi, UAE

Keynote: TBA
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Biography:

Walter Bini has completed his diploma from Westminster School, Simsbury Conn. U.S.A. and got postgraduate degree from Universidad de Zaragoza , Facultad de Medicina, Zaragoza-Spain. Presently since 2014, Middle East Chairman of ISLASS. Active Member and Board Member of numerous international societies , among these : SAS, German Neurosurgical Society, AANS and the Skull Base Study Group. He was Head of Neurosurgery, Sheikh Khalifa General Hospital , UAQ-UAE from 2014-2016. Currently he is Consultant Neurosurgeon, Orthopedic Department, spine section of Lanzo Hospital COF, Lanzo d’Intelvi in Italy and also Visiting Consultant Neurosurgeon, Orthopedic Department of Healthpoint Hospital in Abu Dhabi – UAE

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