Presentations 2017

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Friday 4 August

  1. Extended endonasal endoscopic surgery for skull base lesionsSampath Somanna
  2. Complications in skull base surgeryAllan Taylor
  3. Neurotrauma in the 21st century Tony Figaji
  4. Examining cerebral metabolism using microdialysis in children with severe traumatic brain injuryUrsula Rohlwink
  5. Proteomics and inflammatory mediators in cerebral extracellular fluid from brain microdialysis in severe pediatric traumatic brain injuryUrsula Rohlwink
  6. Posterior Fossa Extradural Haematoma management and outcomes at a Durban Neurosurgery Unit – Ndyebo Mabovula
  7. Predictors of recovery in moderate to severe TBI Kadhaya David Muballe
  8. The epidemiology and outcome of patients with skull fractures secondary to assault at DGMAH, Pretoria – review of 248 consecutive cases admitted over a two year periodAdrian Kelly
  9. Prediction of cerebral morphine concentration in pediatric traumatic brain injury (TBI) with the rat physiologically based pharmacokinetic (PBPK) modelUrsula Rohlwink
  10. Complications in managing TBIBasil Enicker
  11. Tales from the veld: Churchill, Gandhi and SmutsAnil Nanda presentation exceeds maximum size kindly email nicol@eoafrica.co.za for a copy
  12. Complications of surgery for CV junction traumaShashank Kale
  13. Craniovertebral junction stabilization – what is new?Atul Goel presentation exceeds maximum size kindly email nicol@eoafrica.co.za for a copy
  14. Chiari conundrumGraham Fieggen presentation exceeds maximum size kindly email nicol@eoafrica.co.za for a copy
  15. Chiari malformation – evolving concepts Atul Goel presentation exceeds maximum size kindly email nicol@eoafrica.co.za for a copy
  16. Complications in managing Chiari malformationsDavid Welsh
  17. Degenerative spinal surgery – can we, and should we be doing it simply? James van Dellen
  18. Complications of anterior surgery for cervical spondylitis myelopathy  – Vedantam Rajshekhar
  19. Management of pain after failed spinal surgeryShaquir Salduker
  20. Microsurgical Internal Decompression of Lumbar Spinal Stenosis (MIDSS) Keki Turel presentation exceeds maximum size kindly email nicol@eoafrica.co.za for a copy
  21. A surgeons perspectiveShekar Kurpad
  22. Neurosurgery residency at McMaster University: present and the futureOlufemi Ajani
  23. Complications in spinal surgery Ian Vlok presentation exceeds maximum size kindly email nicol@eoafrica.co.za for a copy

Saturday 5 August

  1. Trans-discal aspiration of anterior cervical cystsAmeya Kamat
  2. Malignant pheochromocytoma with spinal metastasis: a case reportSteven Hlahla
  3. Sacral spinal arachnoid cysts, without neural contents, presenting with Cauda Equina SyndromeWilheminah Makhambeni
  4. The role of 3D printed anatomical models in separation of pygopagus twins: a case reportNasir Omar – presentation exceeds maximum size kindly email nicol@eoafrica.co.za for a copy
  5. Learning from long-term follow up studies in neurosurgeryVedantam Rajshekhar
  6. Supra-orbital keyhole approach for ruptured anterior circulation aneurysmsLokendra Singh
  7. Surgical management of giant aneurysms of the anterior communicating arterySampath Somanna
  8. Stroke burden in Rwanda; a multicenter study on stroke management and outcome Steven Nshuti
  9. Complications in cerebrovascular neurosurgeryDavid Le Feuvre
  10. Role of endoscopy in post tubercular hydrocephalus: lessons learntDaljit Singh presentation exceeds maximum size kindly email nicol@eoafrica.co.za for a copy
  11. Investigating the immune response in paediatric brain infections: transcriptomic analysis in tuberculous meningitisUrsula Rohlwink
  12. Cerebrospinal fluid protein analysis in tuberculous meningitisAmeya Kamat
  13. Should we be shunting HIV positive patients with hydrocephalus due to tuberculous meningitis?Sameer Nadvi
  14. Immunocompromised patients with subdural empyema: the mortality rates and the associated causative micro-organism of patients in a single centre auditWilheminah Makhambeni
  15. Evaluating the incidence and rick factors for ventriculo-peritoneal shunt sepsis at DGMAH – a review of 172 consecutive cases performed over a three year periodAdrian Kelly
  16. Complications and failure of V.P. shunt surgery – failure rate at the end of one and two years in Indian ScenarioSanjay Sharma presentation exceeds maximum size kindly email nicol@eoafrica.co.za for a copy
  17. Apartheid, alias and neurosurgery – Shafik Parker
  18. A Century Since Banning – Some Critical Comparative Reflections on the Indentured DiasporaBrij Maharaj
  19. Biology of gliomaRuss Lonser presentation exceeds maximum size kindly email nicol@eoafrica.co.za for a copy
  20. Insular gliomasKeki Turel presentation exceeds maximum size kindly email nicol@eoafrica.co.za for a copy
  21. Surgical management of thalamic tumoursLokendra Singh  presentation exceeds maximum size kindly email nicol@eoafrica.co.za for a copy
  22. Spinal intramedullary tumoursKeki Turel presentation exceeds maximum size kindly email nicol@eoafrica.co.za for a copy
  23. Profiling medulloblastoma and pilocytic astrocytoma in a South African paediatric cohortOmesan Nair
  24. ETV and CPC between 1 to 12 months: about 122 casesOumar Diallo presentation exceeds maximum size kindly email nicol@eoafrica.co.za for a copy
  25. Management of sagittal craniosynostosis: contemporary results from open sagittal craniectomy and bi-parietal morcellationOlufemi Ajani
  26. Assessing the visual pathway as a structural and functional biomarker of brain function and pathology Liewellyn Padayachy  presentation exceeds maximum size kindly email nicol@eoafrica.co.za for a copy

Sunday 6 August

  1. Medico-legal case studiesDavid McQuoid-Mason (Mike du Trevou)
  2. Evaluating data in the modern eraJames van Dellen
  3. The impaired physician and the HPCSAShaquir Salduker
  4. Alternate dispute resolution through mediationAlan Nelson
  5. Protecting neurosurgeons from the medico-legal crisis: view of the insurer/indemnifierConstantia
  6. Protecting neurosurgeons from the medico-legal crisis: view of the insurer/indemnifierMPS – presentation exceeds maximum size kindly email nicol@eoafrica.co.za for a copy

 

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