*Surgical Approaches to the Lateral Skull Base*
Tuesday, April 17 at 7:30A
John G. Golfinos, MD, associate professor, Departments of Neurosurgery and Otolaryngology and chair, Department of Neurosurgery This seminar will provide approaches to lesions across the lateral skull base with emphasis on preservation of normal function and avoidance of common pitfalls.
*Preoperative Embolization for Complex Meningiomas*
Tuesday, April 17 at 2:03P
Howard A. Riina, MD, faculty member and vice chair of clinical affairs, Department of Neurosurgery
This presentation will highlight the benefits of embolization as an approach to managing challenging meningiomas, such as those larger-sized lesions or those of the skull base.
*Neuromodulation for Cluster Headaches*
Tuesday, April 17 at 2:20P
Alon Y. Mogilner, MD, PhD, faculty member, Department of Neurosurgery
This presentation will look at the effectiveness of implanting tiny neurostimulators as a way to regulate occipital nerves and circumvent pain in those suffering chronic headaches.
*Cerebral Venous System: Surgical Considerations*
Wednesday, April 18 at 7:30A
Chandranath Sen, MD, faculty member and director of the benign brain tumor and cranial nerve disease program, Department of Neurosurgery
This seminar will review the anatomy and surgery of the major venous sinuses and veins of the brain, the venous hazards of intracranial surgery and the approaches to the cavernous sinus and jugular foramen.
|Contact: Craig Andrews|
NYU Langone Medical Center / New York University School of Medicine