Clinical Neurophysiology

Autonomic disorders may result from other disorders that damage autonomic nerves or they may occur on their own. Progressive autonomic failure usually becomes apparent in the sixth decade of life. The Working of the central nervous system has proved to be more and more extensive and more and more fundamental as experiment has advanced in examining it. CNS disorder can be either myelopathy or encephalopathy.

Specified disorders to be discussed under this category are: Bipolar disorder, Migraine and Neuropathic pain syndromes, Accessory nerve disorder, Autonomic dysreflexia and neuropathy, CNS disorder and structural defects, Facial nerve paralysis and Meningitis.

  • Brain imaging
  • Electroencephalography, epilepsy
  • Electromyography, neuromuscular disorder
  • Intraoperative Neurophysiological Monitoring
  • Functional and Structural MRI
  • Evoked potentials
  • Advances in Clinical Neurophysiology
  • Clinical Neurophysiology Tests

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Aug 02-04, 2017

International Meeting on CNS

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15th European Neurology Congress

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6th World Congress on Addiction Disorder & Addiction Therapy

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3rd International Conference on Epilepsy and Treatment

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Global Experts Meeting on Brain Disorders

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Internatinal Meeting on Addiction Congress

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17th Global Neuroscience Conference

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Gobal Experts Meeting on Neuroscience and Neurochemistry

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