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Video Submissions are now closed


MDS welcomes the submission of clinical video cases to be presented during the Applied Skills and Video Sessions of the 2022 International Congress Scientific Program.

You can submit a video highlighting clinical examples for specific International Congress sessions. Video examples should not exceed 90 seconds, and must be submitted as an MP4 file.

Confirmed presenters will participate in their assigned session in Madrid by presenting their video and 2-3 supporting slides. Please note that Scientific Program Video Submissions are NOT intended to challenge or puzzle the faculty; video cases are intended to highlight specific clinical techniques or cases that enhance the learnings of the noted session. Rare or unique case presentations are reserved for the MDS Video Challenge presentation.
 

Not all submissions will be selected. Notifications will be sent to submitters at the end of June 2022.

Submission information

If a selected presenter is unable to attend after confirming, then the session faculty will present on their behalf. All International Congress sessions are CME accredited; therefore, MDS will only allow an alternate presenter if there is adequate time to review their financial disclosure.

Please note that the online application (including presenter disclosure) must be completed in full at the time of submission. The application may take up to 20 minutes or more to complete.

Application sections include:

  1. Session selection applicable to the video submission
  2. Contact information
  3. Disclosure for the presenter
        - Only video submissions with a fully completed presenter disclosure will be considered.
  4. Upload of video submission via Dropbox; link included at the end of the application
        - Multiple submissions should be uploaded individually; one upload per video file.

2022 Sessions Featuring Video Case Submissions:

Applied Skills Session 2501:

Assessment of Functional Movement Disorders in Clinical Practice

Submissions to be considered in this session provide a clinical example of a patient with a functional movement disorder with very unusual phenotype (restricted to one body part); a clinical example of a patient with an organic movement disorder that was misdiagnosed as functional; a clinical example of a patient with an organic movement disorders and a coincident functional movement disorder that presented diagnostic uncertainty.
 

Applied Skills Session 2502:

How Do I Examine and Interpret Eye Movements in the Clinic?

Submissions to be considered in this session provide a clinical example of a patient with an unusual eye movement disorder (for example ocular flutter) and the implications; a clinical example of a patient with an unusual eye movement finding that led to a rare diagnosis (for example NPC); a clinical example of a reversible eye movement disorder (structural parkinsonism and Parinaud syndrome from overshunting).
 

Applied Skills Session 2503:

How to Recognize Rare Treatable Movement Disorders in the Clinic

Submissions to be considered in this session provide a clinical example of a variety of rare disorders (CTX, manganism, unusual presentations of Wilson's disease, thiamine biotin depletion syndrome).

 

Video Session 3601:

What Would You Do: Formulating Familiar and Fresh Chemodernvation Strategies

Submissions to be considered in this session provide a clinical example of a challenging dystonic patient (generalized dystonia with prominent truncal dystonia); a clinical example of a very exquisite task-specific dystonia in a musician; a clinical example of a post-surgery "dancing scar" syndrome.
 

Video Session 3602:

What Would You Do: How to Recognize and Treat Rare Movement Disorders

Submissions to be considered in this session provide a clinical example of a variety of rare disorders (CTX, manganism, unusual presentations of Wilson's disease, thiamine biotin depletion syndrome).
 

Video Session 3603:

What Would You Do: How to Trouble-Shoot and Solve Challenging Problems in DBS Programming

Submissions to be considered in this session provide a various clinical examples of challenging DBS program related to simulation induced side effects, loss of efficacy, mechanical issues of DBS.

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