Cedars Sinai 4th Annual Cedars-Sinai Intracranial Hypotension Symposium 2021

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+ Include: 21 videos + 17 pdfs, size: 5.8 GB

+ Target Audience: Anesthesiology, Emergency Medicine, Family / General Medicine, Internal Medicine, Medical Genetics, Neurology, Neurosurgery, Ophthalmology physician

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+ Include: 21 videos + 17 pdfs, size: 5.8 GB

+ Target Audience: Anesthesiology, Emergency Medicine, Family / General Medicine, Internal Medicine, Medical Genetics, Neurology, Neurosurgery, Ophthalmology physician

+ Sample video: contact me for sample video

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Date & Location

Saturday, October 2, 2021, 8:00 AM Р4:00 PM PST, Online

Target Audience
Specialties РAnesthesiology, Emergency Medicine, Family / General Medicine, Internal Medicine, Medical Genetics, Neurology, Neurosurgery, Ophthalmology, Other, Pain Management, Radiology
Overview

This full-day multidisciplinary activity on the topic of Spontaneous Intracranial Hypotension (SIH), secondary to spinal cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) leak, brings together clinicians and researchers to share the latest advances in the diagnostic evaluation and treatment of this under-diagnosed, disabling but treatable secondary headache disorder. While the course is designed for clinicians and researchers, patients and caregivers are welcome to attend either in-person or via live-streaming. Invited speakers include representatives from a range of subspecialties, including anesthesiology, neurology, neurosurgery, and neuroradiology.. The topics will cover the variety of clinical presentations, differential diagnoses, complications, cranial and spinal imaging, percutaneous interventions and surgical approaches. The anatomy and pathophysiology of the various leak types will be discussed, along with tailored imaging and treatment approaches. There will be an interactive discussion about gaps in evidence, research priorities, and potential opportunities for collaborative research. Join your colleagues in learning about important developments in the field and share your insights about priorities for the future.

Objectives
  1. Recognize the range of clinical presentations of spontaneous intracranial hypotension (SIH).
  2. Describe the diagnostic criteria for spontaneous intracranial hypotension (SIH).
  3. Discuss cranial imaging findings in spontaneous intracranial hypotension.
  4. Describe the different types of spinal CSF leaks.
  5. List current spinal imaging techniques used to localize spinal CSF leaks, recognizing that repeated imaging may be necessary and that optimal imaging technique varies with type of leak.
  6. Outline an approach to patients with suspected SIH.
  7. Describe medical management of SIH headache during and after treatment.
  8. Describe current percutaneous treatments in SIH, including non-directed and directed epidural patching techniques.
  9. List surgical approaches for different types of spinal CSF leaks.
  10. Discuss the possible causes of persistent or relapsing post-treatment symptoms when imaging is negative.
  11. Participate in discussion about SIH research priorities.

 

+ Topics:

Anatomy and pathogenesis of CSF-venous fistulas.mp4
Anatomy and pathogenesis of CSF-venous fistulas.pdf
Anatomy and pathogenesis of spinal CSF leaks.mp4
Anatomy and pathogenesis of spinal CSF leaks.pdf
Approach to suspected SIH in centers wo a dedicated SIH program.mp4
Approach to suspected SIH in centers wo a dedicated SIH program.pdf
CME_2021 Intracranial Hypotension Conference_Final Brochure-Virtual ONLY.pdf
Current and investigational treatment approaches – part 1 Q&A.mp4
Current and investigational treatment approaches – part 2 Q&A.mp4
Current percutaneous treatment approaches.mp4
Current percutaneous treatment approaches.pdf
Current SIH diagnostic imaging (with leak classification).mp4
Current SIH diagnostic imaging (with leak classification).pdf
Current surgical treatment of spinal CSF leaks.mp4
Current surgical treatment of spinal CSF leaks.pdf
Diagnosis & Pathophysiology Q&A.mp4
Diagnosis of SIH- The challenging but critical first step.mp4
Diagnosis of SIH- The challenging but critical first step.pdf
Headache management during & after spinal CSF leak treatment.mp4
Headache management during & after spinal CSF leak treatment.pdf
Investigational- CT-guided fibrin glue for CSF-venous fistulas.mp4
Investigational- CT-guided fibrin glue for CSF-venous fistulas.pdf
Investigational- Transvenous embolization of CSF-venous fistulas.mp4
Investigational- Transvenous embolization of CSF-venous fistulas.pdf
Neurologist’s approach to SIH Q&A.mp4
Outcomes of EBP in patients who fail to meet ICHD3 diagnostic criteria.mp4
Outcomes of EBP in patients who fail to meet ICHD3 diagnostic criteria.pdf
Panel- research gaps & priorities.mp4
Persistent or relapsing symptoms post-treatment.mp4
Persistent or relapsing symptoms post-treatment.pdf
Practical post-treatment considerations.mp4
Practical post-treatment considerations.pdf
SIH and IIH- is there a connection.mp4
SIH and IIH- is there a connection.pdf
The varied clinical presentations of SIH.mp4
The varied clinical presentations of SIH.pdf
Welcome.mp4
Welcome.pdf

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