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Applied Skills Session 4511

Neurophysiology in the Diagnosis of Movement Disorders

Monday, September 30, 2024
17:30 - 19:00 | Meeting Room 107 AB, Ground Level

In this session, faculty will demonstrate various neurophysiological methods for diagnosis and assessment of myoclonus, tremor and functional movement disorders. The faculty will explain principles of the relevant methods and show examples of results in case-based studies.

Mark Hallett, USA


Felipe Vial Undurraga, Chile

Maja Kojovic, Slovenia

CSPC Liaisons:
Irena Rektorova, Czech Republic

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

  1. Define how specific neurophysiological techniques are useful in diagnosing tremor, myoclonus and functional movement disorders
  2. Describe various other methods such as multi-channel, surface electromyography, accelerometry, EEG including back-averaging, Bereitschafts potential or long latency reflexes

Recommended Audience
Fellow / Resident / Student
Health Professional (non-physician)
Researcher / Basic Science

Education Level
Beginner / Foundational
Experienced / Intermediate

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