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3D Neuroanatomy Today

CEREBRAL INTRINSIC TUMORS. NEUROANATOMIC BASIS AND SURGICAL MANAGEMENT

Juan Ramón Gras MD, Jaime Lloret MD, PhD
Pedro Moreno MD

Craniometric points of the skull and the cerebral cortical surface.Microanatomic correlation
Víctor Fernández MD, PhD

Microsurgical anatomy of the sulci and giry of the brain. Cerebral tumors
Pablo González-López MD, PhD

The cerebral substance. Lateral aspect of the brain
Pablo González-López MD, PhD

The cerebral substance. Medial and basal aspects of the brain
Pablo González-López MD, PhD

Ventricular system anatomy and surgical implications
Samer K. Elbabaa MD, FACS

Radiological anatomy of the cerebral substance. The surgeon

4TH ANNUAL EANS YOUNG NEUROSURGEONS’ MEETING 2014

This year’s Young Neurosurgeons’ Meeting will once again take place at the Royal College of Surgeons of England, at Lincoln’s Inn Fields in London, UK. Registration and more information are available here.

This year’s topic is ‘Challenges for the Vascular Neurosurgeon’.

The meeting will include round tables, presentations and current updates encouraging debate and discussion. We support the opportunity to bring your own cases to what we hope will be a truly interactive meeting.

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Confirmed Faculty

Bernhard Meyer (Munich)

Matthias Raddatz (Sheffield)

Karl Schaller (Geneva)

Raphael Blanc (Paris)

Claudius Thomé (Innsbruck)

Ioannis Fouyas (Edinburgh)

Francois Proust (Rouen)

Ulrich Sure (Essen)

Helmut Bertalanffy (Hannover)

Peter Vajkoczy (Berlin)

Ramez Kirollos (Cambridge)

Richard Kerr (Oxford)

John Downer (Edinburgh)

Alexander Andreou (Athens)

Johannes Woitzik (Berlin)

Andreas Gruber (Vienna)

Jurgen Beck (Bern)

Andre Grotenhuis (Nijmegen)

Neurosurgery Abril 2014

La xantocromía es muy poco fiable para el diagnóstico de hemorragia subaracnoidea y la validación mediante tomografía computarizada. La regla Walton requiere una urgente revalidación clínica1

  1. Marshman LA, Duell R, Rudd D, Johnston R, Faris C. Intraobserver and interobserver agreement in visual inspection for xanthochromia: implications for subarachnoid hemorrhage diagnosis, computed tomography validation studies, and the walton rule. Neurosurgery. 2014 Apr;74(4):395-400. doi: 10.1227/NEU.0000000000000291. PubMed PMID: 24448178. []