WEBINAR Anatomy of muscles involved in cervical dystonia 7
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WEBINAR Anatomy of muscles involved in cervical dystonia

Tuesday, 23rd March 2021 at 7 p.m. (UTC/GMC+1)
Speaker:
Agnieszka Przystańska, PhD, DDS
Artur Drużdż MD, PhD
Michał Schinwelski MD, PhD

 

Opening

Cervical Dystonia: from diagnosis to optimal treatment (with case studies) - M. Schinwelski

Ultrasound and dissection of the cervical muscles and related structures - A. Przystańska, A. Drużdż

•antero-lateral region of the neck (sternocleidomastoid m., scalene muscles, levator scapulae m.); demonstration of the related vessels and nerves •postero-superior region of the neck (splenius capitis m., semispinalis capitis m., OCI) •postero-inferior region of the neck (trapezius m., semispinalis cervicis m., splenius cervicis m., longissimus capitis m., longissimus cervicis m.)

Discussion

 

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Agnieszka Przystańska, Ph.D., DDS

Poznań University of Medical Sciences, Department of Oral Rehabilitation, Div...
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Artur Drużdż, M.D., Ph.D.

Neurology and Stroke Department, J. Struś Municipal Hospital in Poznań

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Michał Schinwelski MD, PhD

Neurology, Specialist Hospital of St. Wojciech in Gdańsk

 

* All fields mandatory

Language: English

Duration: 1 hour 45 min. (1 hour - lecture & 15 minutes - discussion)

Fee: 100 EUR

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