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Teaching Course 3302

Applying Neuroimaging in the Movement Disorders Clinic

Saturday, September 17, 2022
15:00 – 17:00


In this session, experts in Neuroimaging in Movement Disorders will discuss the state of the art of available imaging techniques and provide essential tools for understanding imaging findings in Movement Disorders. 


Chairs:
Pablo Mir, Spain
A. Jon Stoessl, Canada

MRI in Parkinsonism
Stephane Lehericy, France

MRI in Hyperkinetic Disorders
Shekeeb Mohammad, Australia

Molecular Imaging in Movement Disorders
Michele Matarazzo, Spain

CSPC Liaison:
Carolyn Sue, Australia

At the conclusion of this session, participants should be better able to:

  1. Identify and select the appropriate neuroimaging techniques for assessing patients with Parkinson’s disease and atypical parkinsonian syndromes
  2. Interpret diagnostic neuroimaging findings in patients with hyperkinetic movement disorders
  3. Describe essential findings on Movement Disorders neuroimaging

Recommended Audience:
Clinician/General Neurology, Health Professional (non-physician), Fellow/Resident/Student

Education Level:
Beginner/Foundational, Intermediate/Experienced

 

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