The Emirates Neurology Virtual Conference provides a vital dialogue related to the comprehensive updatemanagement, and treatment of neurological diseases in the age of COVID-19.

This dynamic three-day webinar will offer a wide variety of highlighted topics that will enrich our knowledge and understanding as to why it’s important to acquaint ourselves in the so-called rapid evolution of Neurological Disorders.

On Day-One, you will learn new updates about DMTs and NMO, listen to experts discussing Neuro Radiology in Demyelinated Disorders. You will also hear experts providing in-depth analysis on the following issues: Immunization in MS: COVID19, New in MS Diagnosis and Monitoring disease activities, Pregnancy in MS, and Update on the Immunology of MS.

On Day-Two, you will learn the value of CGRPS pathway, indulge in the discussion of Current Treatment Options for Trigemino-Autonomic Cephalalgias, and view scientific visualizations of the following subjects: Challenges in Management of Chronic headaches, Clinical Assessment and Diagnostic challenges in headache disorders, Choosing the efficient acute treatment for migraine, Choosing the right preventive treatment for migraine, Cervical Region Pain, and Practical approach to headache during pregnancy.

On Day-Three, you will learn how to manage Early and Late Parkinson, discover new medical techniques for Non Motor Parkinson Manifestation and Treatment, and during the live symposium, you will also be treated with the following demonstrations: Tremor approach, Epilepsy: 3 sessions, MEU need for better diagnosis, Epilepsy and Neuro Imaging, Stroke: 3 sessions – New Thrombolytic modality of treatment, Expand the acute stroke management window, and Update in ICH.

A live Q and A follow suits to provide a rich interactive agenda for both the speakers and the delegates.

These bespoke events managed by MCO and in collaboration with EMINS, cover the most significant medical forums where internationally renowned speakers have joined together virtually in spirit to discuss new insights and share clinical developments in their field of expertise.

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