alexa european skull base society

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european skull base society


The European Skull Base Society is a professional body that represents the major and United Kingdom and Irish centre’s involved in the patient care with skull problems around the base of the skull research. The Society is a professional, multi-disciplinary scientific research organization that brings together exponents in diverse fields particularly in Neurons research, neurosurgery, neuroradiology and ophthalmology, as well as related topics which are the boundary region between the brains and to the skull. Owing to the complex anatomy of the skull part and the major effect of that diseases and disorders affecting it can affect the patients’ quality of life, in responsible to diagnostics and therapy in a process of interdisciplinary consultation. The members consist of clinicians from a number of disciplines including Otolaryngology, Neurology and Oncology. Our aims are to raise the standards of clinical neurons care and pathology in the field of skull base medicine through support of research practice and the provision of a forum for the dissemination of knowledge. We also act as a professional to other groups including government agencies in the research findings. Our hope is that society is helping to provide a resource for clinicians and the patient care. Owing to the complex anatomy of this skull research and the major impact that diseases and disorders affecting it can have on patients’ quality of life of patient health care is placed on responsible diagnostics and therapy in a process of interdisciplinary consultation Through close cooperation with the medical-engineering industry, numerous new treatment procedures have been established, among the most notable of which are, targeted radiotherapy, functional surgery and neuron monitoring.

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