Dr. Guy McKhann was another Columbia neurosurgeon to participate in the annual meeting of the Congress of Neurological Surgeons (CNS) held last week in San Francisco.
Dr. McKhann co-directed a Practical Course on Surgical Management of Tumors in the Eloquent Regions of the brain.
At the end of the course, Dr. McKhann helped moderate a lively case discussion about a 29 year-old salesman with a brain tumor in an area of the brain that controls speech. He and an international crowd of neurosurgeons weighed in on a wide variety of treatment strategies including the benefits of brain mapping and awake-surgery.
Dr. McKhann, who specializes in awake brain surgery in such areas of the brain, stayed after the case study for a lengthy Q & A Session.
To learn more about Dr. McKhann visit his bio page here.
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