11th EANN Quadrennial Congress & SBNS Spring Meeting

The Congress is appropriate for any Nursing, Medical or AHP colleagues who come into contact with neuroscience patients and will cover a wide range of subjects. There are Keynote Lectures by international experts in the field, followed by joint and parallel academic sessions with SBNS, EANN and BANN. It is a fantastic opportunity for colleagues from around the world to network and share neuroscience knowledge and clinical excellence. This event is hosted by the Manchester Centre for Clinical Neurosciences.

Infantile acute subdural hematoma

Infantile acute subdural hematoma



Diagnosis can be made by computed tomography or magnetic resonance imaging 1).


Large subdural hematoma of the right convexity up to 3 cm thick, which causes severe cerebral compression, with cingulate herniation and transtentorial herniation.

The hematoma shows liquid-liquid levels, with a higher density lower in relation to sedimented hematoma.

Signs of diffuse brain edema.


The ideal treatment for subdural hematomas (SDHs) in infants remains debated.


Early recognition and suitable treatment may improve the outcome of this injury. If treatment is delayed or the condition is undiagnosed, acute subdural hematoma may cause severe morbidity or even fatality 2).

Infantile acute subdural hematoma case series

Case reports

Skull Base Surgery Strategies

Skull Base Surgery Strategies

by Walter Jean

Price: $249.99


Unique skull base surgical resource features strategic, technical, and philosophical pearls from master surgeons.

Unlike other textbooks that only emphasize the technical building blocks surgeons need, this resource focuses on state-of-the-art skull-base procedures, important thought processes, and vital strategies required to perform them.

Size and shape variations, diverse biological characteristics, different anatomic locations and extensions, and specific relationships and entanglements with nerves and vessels make all skull base tumors unique and highly challenging. In addition to anatomy, two other important factors need to be considered every time a surgeon enters the OR – the particular circumstances of the patient and surgeon. Throughout this remarkable book, master neurosurgeons take readers on an insightful journey exploring the decision-making process of choosing and executing a surgical approach, with firsthand pearls from the battlefield.

Key Highlights

Nine sections organized by anatomy cover tumors in the anterior, anterolateral, lateral, central, postero-superior, and postero-inferior skull base regions, and clivus, petrous bone, and ventricles Thirty-two systematically organized chapters flow from clinical presentation and radiographic/anatomical findings of specific patients and tumors – to decision-making and execution of the surgical approach Real-life cases enhance understanding of all the elements that go into each operation Perspectives sections at the end of each chapter embrace the concept of diverse surgeon viewpoints on similar ideas, techniques, and approaches This exemplary book is essential reading for neurosurgery and otolaryngology residents, fellows, veteran practitioners, and allied health personnel who care for patients with skull base tumors.

This book includes complimentary access to a digital copy on https://medone.thieme.com.

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