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- Date and time Tue 13 Dec 2022 from 5:00pm to 7:10pm
- Location Online
- Organised by Clinical Neurosciences
A spinal fluid leak can be difficult to diagnose, which means it can often be overlooked. During this webinar, clinicians will receive essential guidance on diagnosing spinal fluid leak and what treatment options are available.
We will be joined by two leaders in the fields of interventional neuroradiology and spinal fluid leak surgery who will share their expertise on utilising radiology as a diagnostic tool, as well as what microsurgical techniques can be helpful for treatment.
Participants will be able to:
- Understand which radiological procedures can be used to test for a spinal fluid leak
- Correctly recognise radiological features which suggest a spinal ﬂuid leak
- Be aware of the surgical treatment options available and when to use them
This webinar is available for on-demand viewing. The webinar recording will be available for registered event participants up to 60 days after the live webinar broadcast via Zoom. The link will be sent 24 hours after the webinar takes place.
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