KIMS holds workshop on interventional techniques
Krishna Institute of Medical Sciences in association with Brain and Spine Society (BASS) organised a first-of-its-kind three-day conference pertaining...
Secunderabad: Krishna Institute of Medical Sciences in association with Brain and Spine Society (BASS) organised a first-of-its-kind three-day conference pertaining mainly to the diagnostic imaging and interventions in the management of neurovascular disorders.
The conference served as an update that would cover the entire spectrum of neuroimaging and interventional techniques in the management of neurovascular disorders. Eminent national and international faculty were looped in to discuss the current and latest techniques in a practical approach.
Dr G Ananta Ram, Chief Radiologist, KIMS Hospitals and organising chairman of this conference, said, "The primary objective of this conference was to bring together all the physicians with a passion on neuroimaging and intervention under one roof to share their knowledge with one another.
The first day of conference was the pre-conference workshop, aimed at the residents which focused on hardware and imaging in the Cath lab pertaining to neurovascular intervention and best way to acquire images on MRI in less time at the console.
This was a one-on-one interactive session for the residents with the technicians. And the other two days covered a wide range of topics in neurovascular imaging by various eminent national and international speakers. Live webinars by international speakers were conducted. The sessions were interactive in which the topics were discussed from basics to the highest level."
The neurology and radiology consultants and the residents who have attended the conference learned the best possible ways to acquire the images and in the diagnosis of neurovascular disorders with their management.