Case Based Sessions: Lively Discussions, Practical Advice and new Points of View

Jennifer Sweet, MD
Jennifer A Sweet, MD

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As the Annual Meeting Committee strives to make meeting content even more relevant to clinical practice, case-based discussions have proven to be a popular and effective way to help attendees assess and improve their current practice. The 2018 CNS Annual Meeting will feature interactive case-based panel discussions on Monday and Tuesday afternoon, based on attendee case submissions across 14 different topics. The two-hour sessions will be completely interactive and participants will return to their practices with valuable, relevant knowledge that will immediately impact their patients.

Attendees can submit their own cases through July 31 via the CNS website. A panel of topic experts will discuss relevant management and surgical approaches for each case, and audience members will have opportunities to weigh in via electronic polling or participate in the discussion. It’s the perfect opportunity to hear and see alternative or even opposing treatment strategies relevant to your practice, and offer insights of your own. 

Visit cns.org before July 31 and submit your case for any of these submission categories:

  • Outpatient Neurosurgery: From Office to ASC—Optional or Necessary?
  • Cervical and Thoracolumbar Trauma
  • Management of Pediatric Spine Trauma
  • STN vs. GPI: Key Clinical Trials
  • Brain Metastases
  • Treatment of Cerebral Aneurysms
  • Spinal Deformity and MIS Surgery
  • Ethical Controversies in Neurotrauma
  • Surgical Techniques in Trigeminal Neuralgia
  • Myelomeningocele and Associated Pathologies: Variable Practice Management
  • The Changing Face of Epilepsy Surgery
  • Challenging Tumors
  • Multi-Modality Treatment of Cerebral AVMs
  • Challenging Cases: TBI

Then join us in Houston and be a part of the discussion.