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The report of our doctors was presented at the 44th Annual Meeting of The Japanese Society of Neuroradiology in Nagoya.

The report of our doctors was presented at the 44th Annual Meeting of The Japanese Society of Neuroradiology in Nagoya. 04/21/2015

The report of our doctors was presented at the 44th Annual Meeting of The Japanese Society of Neuroradiology in Nagoya.

The report "Anatomical predictors of poor outcome in surgical treatment for trigeminal neuralgia" (Galina Moisak, Mikhail Amelin, Jamil Rzaev, Elena Kulikova) was presented at the 44th Annual Meeting of The Japanese Society of Neuroradiology in Nagoya.

Neuroradiologists and neurosurgeons from around the world visited this event. There were only 4 participants from Russia. Part of the activities carried out in Japanese, some papers and lectures - in English.

The lectures course was dedicated to vascular neurosurgery and neuroimaging and included guest lecturers. Michael Lawton – professor, neurosurgeon, head of the Department of vascular neurosurgery, University of California (UCSF) delivered three lectures:

· «Surgery for complex aneurysms»;

· «Bypass Surgery»;

· «Surgical Approaches to Brainstem Cavernous Malformations».

Mojgan Hodaie, professor, neurosurgeon (Toronto Western Hospital) presented a lecture titled «Imaging of Neuropathic pain: insights gained from the treatment of trigeminal neuralgia».

Alexandr A. Potapov (MD, professor, member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, director of Academician N.N.Burdenko Research Institute of Neurosurgery) delivered a theme «Prognostic value of new MRI-based classification of traumatic brain injury»

Natalya E. Zakharova (neuroradiologist, MD, professor, leading researcher of Academician N.N.Burdenko Research Institute of Neurosurgery) presented a lection «Dynamic Diffusion-Tensor MRI study of fiber tracts in traumatic diffuse axonal injury».

Galina I. Moisak reported the paper at the section «Young neurosurgeons». 6 Japanese doctors and 8 doctors from around the world (Indonesia, Korea, Taiwan and other) took a part in this section.

After the report Galina was asked about the surgical technique of microvascular decompression, the tactics used in the treatment of patients with trigeminal neuralgia in the FNC. Also, experts interested in methods of diagnosis of trigeminal neuralgia before and after surgery, used in FNC.

The event was organized by Professor Yoko Kato - one of the most famous women in the world of neurosurgery. For the female half of the participants, she is not just an organizer, she as a good mentor who shares invaluable experience, life advice and support in any situation. The event program included a visit to the hospital, which employs Yoko Kato (Fujita Health University Banbuntane Hotokukai Hospital).

Japanese dinner for all participants was organized on the last day - guests enjoyed traditional food sitting in seidza pose.

After the event, Galina Moysak visited Tokyo Women's Medical University, where she met Japanese colleagues and Michael F. Chernov, leading researcher at the Department of Neurosurgery of the University who has been studying the problems of modern neuro-oncology for many years. They discussed the coming events and issues related to the implementation of joint research projects.

Such activities allow doctors to acquire new knowledge, share experiences with leading experts of the world and to introduce new technologies in the work of the Federal Neurosurgical Center.

View the thesis of the report "Anatomical predictors of poor outcome in surgical treatment for trigeminal neuralgia" by the link.



Participants of the meeting.



Section of young neurosurgeons.




Poster session of the symposium.




Speech by Professor  Yoko Kato.




Colleagues from Tokyo Women's Medical University.




The oldest building of the Tokyo Women's Medical University.



Modern building of Tokyo Women's Medical University.




View on Fuji from Shinkansen.



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