Grand Rounds are educational presentations for both practicing doctors and medical students. Often, they are designed to keep doctors up-to-date with advances in medicine.
Dr. Otten’s lecture was titled “The Central Nervous System: A Neurosurgical Overview of its Anatomy, Emergencies and Malignancies.”
His audience was made up of Stamford Hospital doctors, mostly from specialties other than neurosurgery. Dr. Otten designed his presentation to give the attendees a useful overview of the most important concepts in neurosurgery. The topics he covered included, techniques, research, and recent advances.
Dr. Otten specializes in the treatment of brain tumors, spinal tumors, acoustic neuromas, Chiari malformation, trigeminal neuralgia, and hemifacial spasm. He also treats degenerative spine disease, intervertebral disc disease, hydrocephalus, and neuro-trauma.
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