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The Congress of Neurological Surgeons (CNS) serves to promote health by advancing neurosurgery through innovation and excellence in education. The CNS provides global leadership in neurosurgery by inspiring and facilitating scientific discovery and its translation into clinical practice. The CNS maintains the vitality of our profession through volunteer efforts of its members and the development o
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The Answer is D!
Oligodendrogliomas typically arise in the cerebral hemisphere and most commonly occur in the frontal lobe. The imaging (T2 hyperintense, non-enhancing) is characteristic for a WHO grade II oligodendroglioma. Were you correct?
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Here's this week's Question - comment your answer below!
A) Glioblastoma multiforme
Check out this great article about one of our Executive Committee members, Martina Stippler, at an event honoring the first female , Dorothy Nash, and her lecture calling for greater for women in neurosurgery: https://bit.ly/3xo0abV
Honoring Dr. Dorothy Klenke Nash, first female neurosurgeon, with a call for more representation When Dr. Martina Stippler received emails during her residency, they were often addressed to three groups — ladies, gentlemen and Martina. “It...
Have you registered yet for the ASSFN Biennial Meeting? Held June 4-7 in Atlanta, GA, come for the exciting sessions, and stay for the sun, soul food, shopping, and night life! cns.org/assfn
If you're a skull base fellow or early-career neurosurgeon with an interest in skull base surgery you won't want to miss our Skull Base Fellows Course in September! The two-day intensive course will include a combination of lectures, case-based discussions, and cadaver dissections designed to cover the basic surgical approaches and anatomy required of every skull base neurosurgeon. More info: cns.org/skullbase
Watch as Seth Oliveria presents April's Case of the Month: A 75-year-old male with Gait Difficulty and check out cns.org/cotm for more details! How would you go about treating this particular patient?
Submit an application to become a CNS Guidelines ! Fellows will be selected and assigned to and are responsible for working collaboratively with staff and adhering to the applicable CNS Guideline Development Methodology. Apply today: cns.org/cns-guidelines-fellows
Just a few months left to submit your abstract for this year's Annual Meeting! Don't miss an opportunity to be an esteemed part of the program! Due June 8: cns.org/2022
The Answer is D!
Neurogenic claudication is the symptom complex most commonly associated with lumbar spinal stenosis. Patients with neurogenic claudication may be asymptomatic at rest, without neurological deficit. Symptoms typically begin when the patient stands or walks.
Here's this week's Question:
A) Pain radiating to groin
B) Absent/diminished pulses
C) Ease of walking downstairs
D) Imp of sx w/flexion
This , the theme is Our Planet, Our Health. CNS is proud to support the CNS Foundation in their efforts to improve global healthcare through scholarships, donations, and more. What are some things you do to take care of your health and that of the planet?
April's episode of Controversies in is here! Tune in as hosts Rushna Ali and Seth Oliveria discuss Resection V. Ablation for Tumors with guest speaker Danish Shabbar. Listen wherever you get your podcasts: cns.org/podcasts
Register today for the virtual Data Science for Prognostication in Neurosurgery Course held June 11! Building upon the 2021 course, participants will be guided through the different steps of a machine learning project with a focus on creating interpretable models to predict clinical outcomes. Learn more: cns.org/ai-course
This was founded to support the development of female early in their career so they may attend enriching opportunities of their choice. Apply today: foundation.cns.org/awards
Check out one of the from the Winter 2022 edition of the Congress Quarterly: Quality Registries in Neurosurgical Neuro-Oncology by Mohamad Bydon, Giorgos D. Michalopoulos, and Jason P. Sheehan. Have you read it yet? https://bit.ly/3IUjCz9
The CNS Foundation works to improve global healthcare as guided by our four pillars: International Philanthropy, Clinical Scientist, Career Development, CNS Guidelines, and Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion. Your donations assist in our mission and provide resources to those who need it. foundation.cns.org/donate
The Answer is C!
The patient’s clinical picture is most consistent with neurogenic shock due to traumatic spinal cord injury (tSCI). Patients in the acute phase of tSCI frequently experience autonomic disruption causing hemodynamic instability secondary to spinal shock.
This episode of the Guidelines features an update on an existing . Tune in to learn more about the Progressive Glioblastoma Guideline Update: Targeted and Immunotherapy wherever you listen to podcasts! cns.org/podcasts
Here's this week's Question:
A) VA dissection with CVA
B) Fat embolism
C) Spinal shock
D) Delayed hemothorax
The Guidelines Quality Scholarship is aa opportunity for a or in their research year to conduct a one-year project where you select one of the published CNS Guidelines and assess the impact on practice. Tomorrow is the last day to apply: https://www.cns.org/membership/rpcc-detail/cns-scholarship-in-guidelines-quality
Happy National Doctor's Day to all healthcare heroes on the frontlines providing unparalleled care to their patients! We appreciate you and are grateful to your contributions to medicine.
The CNS is pleased to announce a 5 year, $1.2M commitment to the CNS Foundation in support of the annual K-12 awards in partnership with NIH and FNIH. Read the full release here: https://bit.ly/36TooPZ
The 2022 Annual Meeting's Honored Guest is Robert F. Spetzler—a neurosurgeon with many contributions including the development of NPPBT, among others. Register for the Annual Meeting and to join us for his presentation on Oct. 10: cns.org/2022
Registration includes daily breakfasts, daily beverage breaks, Plenary and Parallel Sessions, entrance to the Exhibit Hall, Sunday Opening Reception, Poster and Wine & Cheese Reception. See you there: cns.org/assfn
Each month, CNS highlights one key Neurosurgery article for a deeper dive. View April's highlighted article and curated educational content here: cns.org/spotlight
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The Answer is D! Were you correct?
The fusiform gyrus is lateral to the hippocampal complex. The fusiform gyrus has a functional role in color processing, face and body recognition, word and number recognition, and within-category linguistic processing.
Here's this week's Question:
A) Posterior cerebral artery.
B) Ambient cistern.
C) Brain stem
D) Fusiform gyrus.
The Virtual Neurosurgical Emergencies Course starts tomorrow! Last chance to register for this faced-paced focusing on emerging that are changing the field or donate a registration fee for an international : foundation.cns.org/donate
NEW @CNS_Update Nexus case featuring Omar Akbik & Andrew Carlson of New Mexico! Pearls for treatment of trigeminal neuralgia with MVD!
Read more: https://www.cns.org/nexus/functional/case/microvascular-decompression-trigeminal-neuralgia
Are you a or in your research year? Apply today for our Guidelines Quality for the 2022-2023 year for the opportunity to conduct a one-year project where you select a guideline recommendation from a published CNS Guideline and assess the impact of guidelines on practice. Apply now through March 31: https://bit.ly/3Hikc8Q
CNS members benefit from access to premier educational programs and resources aimed at helping them develop critical practice management skills and stay abreast of the latest advancements in neurosurgery.
Members also benefit from valuable networking opportunities, career development resources, and representation on critical advocacy issues through its Washington Committee. Through service on its volunteer committees, CNS members guide the future of neurosurgery while developing their own leadership skills.
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