Neurosurgical Conditions on Adult MRI of the Brain
Neurological Surgeon, Alexa Bodman, MD, presents an overview of various neurological conditions using MRI case examples; these include mass lesions, tumors, infections, vascular conditions, sequelae of trauma, among others.
Spontaneous Intracerebral Hemorrhage
Dr. James Waldron explains the prevalence and impact of spontaneous intracerebral hemorrhage and reviews current guidelines and decision making for medical management.
Principles of Stroke Rehabilitation
Dr. Robert Lee reviews the goals of rehabilitation of stroke survivors, describe patterns of natural recovery and the role of serotonin in neurorecovery.
Deep Brain Stimulation for Movement Disorders: Clinical Treatment and Current Research
Parkinson’s disease is not merely a “movement disorder” – it also involves cognitive (mental) and affective (emotional) symptoms. Deep Brain Stimulation therapy itself is complex and multifaceted.
Improving Recovery in Young Stroke Survivors
Robert Lee, MD, reviews impairments and goals of young stroke survivors.
Innovations in the Treatment of Ischemic Stroke and Brain Aneurysms
Dr. James Waldron discusses the current role of endovascular therapy in acute ischemic stroke and the natural history, treatment options and clinical decision making for brain aneurysms and subarachnoid hemorrhage.
Ethics: The Disease of Chemical Dependency in Co-Occurring Disorders
Dr. William Loving discusses the problems and solutions of the disease of chemical dependency in co-occurring disorders.
The Acute Ischemic Stroke Patient
Dr. Elizabeth Carroll explains why every patient with focal neurologic symptoms should be considered for tissue plasminogen activator and why every person involved in their care plays an important role in the time it takes to give it.
All courses are available to everyone.
Only physicians can receive C.M.E.