Columbia neurosurgeon Dr. Guy McKhann spoke recently at the Annual Scientific Meeting of the American Association of Neurological Surgeons (AANS) in San Francisco.
He was co-director of a half-day practical clinic on Brain Mapping and Awake Mapping Techniques. The course provided an in-depth review of techniques and technologies that can be applied to identifying and working within eloquent areas of the brain.
Dr. McKhann was also moderator at a breakfast seminar on Contemporary Management for Adult Hydrocephalus. The seminar covered current management and controversies in the evaluation and treatment of this disease including: a review of the pathophysiology, preoperative evaluation strategies, and the pros and cons of shunt surgery.
Dr. McKhann is the Florence Irving Associate Professor of Neurological Surgery and part of the Brain Tumor Center, Epilepsy Center, and Movement Disorders Center at Columbia University Medical Center/New York Presbyterian Hospital. He treats patients with a variety of brain conditions including Brain Tumors, Epilepsy, Movement Disorders, Adult Hydrocephalus, Chiari Malformations, Cavernous Malformations, Trigeminal Neuralgia, and Neurotrauma.
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