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Don't miss the latest episode of Brainbook! In this video, Dr. Alamri shows us a night shift during the coronavirus pandemic in the neurosurgery department at the Royal London Hospital. He describes what type of emergencies they have to deal with as a neurosurgical department throughout the outbreak. Moreover, he also offers simple but essential advice for surviving a night shift.

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Watch the video lecture "Approaches to the Brainstem" created by Dr. Albert Rhoton Jr.! The collection represents essential support for anyone interested to consolidate their neuroanatomical knowledge. In this video, Dr. Rhoton describes the brainstem's anatomy understandably, focusing on the application of different surgical approaches to this area. The video is also available in 3d format.

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Continue to improve your neurosurgical learning even at home!
Given the emergency, the Barrow Neurological Institute has created "COVIDeos-19: Survival Kit for Neurosurgical Quarantine", a collection of surgical lectures narrated by Dr. Michael T. Lawton.
The videos, presented as clinical cases, describe the clinical presentation, the radiological studies, and the essential surgical steps.

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UCLA MDChat Facebook Live Webinars are live-streaming seminars that offer an exhaustive overview, but in an accessible manner, about diseases and the last treatment strategies from physicians at UCLA. Moreover, it is possible to intervene during the presentation and to ask any questions.

Dr. Anthony Wang, a cerebrovascular neurosurgeon at UCLA department of neurosurgery, offers a brief view of the characteristics of moyamoya disease and moyamoya syndrome in his presentation, focusing on the different treatment options.

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Monday, 13 January 2020 05:39

Cranioplasty Procedure - BrainBook

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Cranioplasty implant is a fascinating surgical procedure that is used to repair skull defects and protect the brain following a decompressive craniectomy. The plates, composed of different materials, are created to fit perfectly to the patient's anatomy and positioned to replace the bone removed after craniectomy.

In this episode, Mr. Alex Alamri, supported by astonishing illustrations from Artibiotics, describes step by step a real cranioplasty procedure performed by Mr. Tom Doke and Mr. Chris Uff at the Royal London Hospital. The cranioplasty implant is created by OssDsign.
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Monday, 23 December 2019 05:08

Intracranial Aneurysm Causes - Brainbook

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Don't miss the gorgeous video from Brainbook about intracranial aneurysms!
In this episode Dr. Alex Alamri offers a quick overview of this cerebralvascular disease explaining the pathogenesis, main causes, risk factors and disorders associated (e.g. PKD, osteogenesis imperfecta, Ehler Danlos and Marfan's syndromes).
The amazing illustrations are supported by Artibiotics.

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UpSurgeOn Academy project received an important award by Atena Foundation and the Italian Minister for Technological Innovation. Watch this short video of the event highlights in the Italian Senate in Rome. The Atena Foundation rewards scientific applications that improve healthcare and promote social innovation.

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Monday, 18 November 2019 04:16

The Rhoton Collection: Navigating the Ventricles

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Watch the video lecture "Navigating the Ventricles" created by the late pioneer of neuroanatomy, Dr. Albert Rhoton Jr. In this lecture, Dr. Rhoton starts to describe the cerebrum and its relationship with the vascular system; then provides a detailed description of lateral and third ventricles and surgical approaches related to this area. The video is also available in 3D format.

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Amazing Minds and Amazing Project! Follow the inspiring collaboration between Brainbook and Artibiotics!

The cerebellopontine angle is a complex region of the posterior cranial fossa often involved by masses of different nature, with typical symptoms and signs including unilateral hearing loss, tinnitus, vertigo, nystagmus and facial weakness. In order to understand the complex anatomy of this area, rich in vascular and neural structures, Dr. Albert Rhoton Jr describes the anatomy of the fourth ventricle and cerebellopontine angle in a detailed but accessible manner. The video is also available in 3d format.

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