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Want a sneak peek at some of the speakers and the topics they will present during the ASAP Chiari & Syringomyelia Conference July 19-23?
This is what you will find on Thursday’s agenda:This is a preliminary agenda and schedule to change.
Syringomyelia Not Associated with Chiari I Malformation Or Arachnoiditis presented by John Heiss, NIH
Indications for Fusion in Pediatric Chiari I Malformation presented by Richard Anderson, Columbia
Non-Dural Opening, Current State of The State presented by Neil Feldstein, Columbia
“Representing and Intervening. How Meets Why, Meets Who ,Meets When”. The Objective Of The Lecture Is To Explore The Relation Between Anatomical Explanations, Clinical Symptoms And Proposed Treatment presented by Jorge Lazareff, UCLA
Craniocervical Fusion in Adult Complex Chiari and Condylar Screws – Adults presented by Paolo Bolognese, CNSC
Pathogenesis and Clarification of Chiari Am Formations: Morphometric Analyses Of The Posterior Cranial Fossa And Craniovertebral Junction – Combined With Surgical Management Of Chiari Malformations Based On The Pathogenesis And Mechanisms Of Tonsillar Decent presented by Misao Nishikawa,Osaka, Japan
SM And CMI: Classification and Clinical Diagnosis presented by Palma Ciaramitaro, Consorzio Chiari Torino
Incidental CMI presented by Robert Keating, Washington Children
Fluid Dynamics Ear& Brain, Cochlear Vestibular System And Tinnitus. A Clinical Protocol for Diagnosis and Treatment In Chiari Patients presented by Abe Shulman, SUNY Brooklyn
Principles of Surgical Management of Chiari I Malformation presented by Ian Heger, Medical College of Georgia
Physical Therapy Evaluation And Treatment Of The Neck And Upper Extremities For The Person With Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome) presented by Kevin Muldowney, Rhode Island
Syringomyelia: Basics About Pathophysiology, Diagnosis, And Principles Of Surgical Management presented by Tina Loven, St Louis, MO
Engineering-Based Methods For Static And Dynamic Assessment Of Chiari Malformation presented by Bryn Martin, Akron, Ohio
EDS (Running Title) presented by Rodney Grahame, UK
Clinical Outcome Scales And Prediction Tools For Surgical Outcomes In Chiari Malformation presented by Nicholas Wetjen, Mayo Clinic
The Sy-ringo-my-What?? Steps Across the States walk-a-thon will be held April 26. Will your state be represented? This is an opportunity for all those affected by syringomyelia to raise awareness, funding and education about the devastating effects of this disorder. Anyone interested in hosting a Sy-ringo-my-What?? Steps Across the States walk in your area should contact Patrice Schaublin at 585-747-9651 or Patrice_Schaublin@asap.org. Monies raised through the event will qualify for the L.E.A.R.N. Points Program there giving you the opportunity to attend our next annual conference. Join our walk Facebook page for up-to-date information about the Sy-ringo-my-What?? awareness walks. https://www.facebook.com/syringomyeliaawarenesswalk