Please note that the dates are written in german language.

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This course is suitable for surgeons working with microsurgical techniques, microsutures and microanastomoses. Participants will be able to practice basic microsurgical techniques such as dissection of arteries and veins using a placenta model.Please see below the dates of the course:Winter:Course 1: January 20-21, 2024Course 2: January 22-23, 2024Summer:Course 3: June 8-9, 2024Course 4: June 10-11, 2024Please click HERE to view the website and to register. 

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This course aims to allow young neurosurgeons to achieve basic technical and theoretical skills in endovascular treatment, to improve their understanding of endovascular procedures possible advantages and pitfalls.The international faculty consists of dual-trained neurosurgeons as well as neurointerventional specialists.Click HERE to pre-register!Full course's information will be available as of January 2024. 

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27. – 29. Juni 2024

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Dear Colleagues,We would like to invite you to the 2024 (26th) edition of the Cambridge Lectures in Neurosurgical Anatomy. As usual, the Lectures are scheduled for Saturday and Sunday (6th and 7th July) morning to minimise disruption to your weekly work schedules and for you not to feel guilty about having good time. There will be plenty of 3D surgical anatomy and sharing of neurosurgical experience by two well-known Brazilian neurosurgeons who will cover both the Brain and Skull Base. For the preliminary programme and other details, please click HERE. 

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29. – 30. August 2024


We are glad to announce that the 11th Annual EANS Vascular Section Meeting will take place from 5-6 September 2024 in Marseille, France.Submissions on all aspects of vascular neurosurgery are now open! Please click HERE to submit your abstract.More info will be available soon.  

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The aim of the course is to improve the participants' knowledge of skull base approaches, anatomy and clinical pictures with the help of hands-on cadaver dissections, dissections on anatomical models, 3D-anatomy lectures and case discussions.Click HERE for more information.There is a discount on registration for EANS Individual Members!
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