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High Lights of Brain Disorders 2018

Brain Disorders 2018 which is scheduled on October 15-16, 2018 at Paris,France has exciting highlight presentation this year

Highlights of Brain disorders 2018:
Rare case of inflammatory pseudotumour of central nervous system – a case report  A study on the use of subgaleal drain in the treatment of chronic subdural haematoma   A review of the different pathways that lead to neurodegneration in the pathophysiology of dementia. The psychology and neuropsychology of alcoholism, addictive behavior and recovery The Effect of Psychosocial Factors in the Success of Conservative Management for Low Backache and More....
Keynote Speakers:

Dr.Michel Dib, Medical Director Aventis-France Dr. Mariya Hristova, Lead Perinatal Brain Repair Group, UKDr. Laxman G. Jonwal, Chair Dr. Jonwals Niramay Ayush Panchkarm Health Institute & Research Pvt. Ltd, India 

Workshop:

            Dr.Shyam Shukla Dean CIBMRD, India “Managing emotions, mental illness and remedial measures”


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Keynote speakers-Brain disorders 2018

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Brain disorders 2018 invites all the delegates, students and Speakers from the worldwide to attend the Conference with our World expert Keynote Speaker.

By our world expert keynote speaker all the attends from the various part of the world will be benefited especially the student.

To know more details of the conference:https://braindisorders.pulsusconference.com/


Dr.Michel Dib  is Neurologist, at the Hospital de la Pitié-Salpêtrière he was also CNS Medical Director in Aventis France.

Author of around ninety scientific publications (ALS, dementia, migraine, etc)

Dr.Mariya were the Lead of Perinatal Brain Repair Group,  Dept of Maternal and Fetal Medicine,  Institute for Women’s Health,  UCL, UK.

 Dr.Laxman Jonwal has 29 years Clinical Experience since 1988, his 28 years Research in management of Multiple Chronic Degenerative Disorders, NCDs, MODS, Lifestyle Diseases;he worked as Senior Registrar in Medicine Department, Podar Government Medical College ( Ayurvedic), Mumbai, India more t…

Evolving treatment strategies for TBI management

Over the past 30 years there has been a significant reduction in mortality following severe TBI together with improved outcome. This has been largely due to the use of evidence-based protocols emphasizing the correction of parameters implicated in secondary brain injury. The main parameters are cerebral blood flow, cerebral oxygenation and management of co-morbidities. Neuroinflammation is a well-established secondary injury mechanism following TBI.



Inspired by success in Parkinson’s and other neurodegenerative diseases, stem cell based therapy is believed to provide biobridges, can stabilize blood-brain barrier, reduce the oxidative stress and provide immunomodulation and neuroprotection. Hyperbaric oxygen may alleviate secondary insult in TBI through the modulation of the inflammatory response. Animal studies showed that hyperbaric oxygen improves neuroplasticity, reduce the inflammatory markers and neuronal apoptosis following TBI.

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Workshop on Managing emotions, mental illness and remedial measures

Research found the once in four people in this world where affected by by mental or neurological disorders at some point in their lives.   Mental  illness  can be  described as inability to manage the disturbances in thought and behavior pattern. It  may lead to depression,  dementia,  anxiety disorders  and  many other  complex  disorders.   •Social Withdrawal •Sadness •Confused  thinking •Irritability •Anxiety     •Strong feelings  •Strange thoughts •Drug use •Excessive Aggression etc...
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To participate in it register in the website:https://braindisorders.pulsusconference.com/registration
We appreciate your time to drop mail@braindisorders@cmesocietyconferences.com,braindisorderscme2018@gmail.com,braindisorderspulsus@outlook.com

Brain and music

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Recent recent found that music using music to better understand brain function . music must be viewed as one way to stimulate the brain.music can improve one's mood and can have a positive effect on the brain.

Music where also be used as Painkiller.listening of favorite songs will reduces the pain. It makes you smarter, happier and more productive at any age. Listening to and playing music reduces chronic stress by lowering the stress hormone cortisol.

Researches can submit their paper related to this topic@https://braindisorders.pulsusconference.com/abstract-submission

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Chance to Visit Paris,France

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Paris is the capital of France. Which is also known as the “City of Light” or the “City of Love, “Paris were most popular cities among travellers due to its streets culture, art, beauty, and history. Paris is a city that captures the hearts of millions ever year with 7.4 million visitors. With an incomparable heritage of historic sites, iconic monuments and attractions. The capital also offers the delighted cultural journey 2,185 monuments, 206 museums and many other exceptional places and it has attractive cultural Louvre Museum, Picasso Museum, Palais Garnier, Luxembourg Palace. The economy of Paris is comprised of high finance, banking, and luxury tourist goods. Paris is located in northern France on both banks of the Seine River. Paris occupies a central position in the rich agricultural region known as the Paris Basin, the city ringed with the forests of beech and oak known as “lungs of Paris”. Capital city is not only the political and cultural capital of France despite which maj…

RARE CASE OF INFLAMMATORY PSEUDOTUMOUR OF CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM

Inflammatory Pseudotumours(IPT) are mostly benign lesions , mimicking malignant lesions and affecting almost all organ systems and are characterised by fibrotic ground tissue and polyclonal mononuclear infiltrate on histopathology. It is a disease of unknown pathogenesis and the brain is a rare site of occurrence. Here we present one such case we operated recently in our department.
Inflammatory Pseudotumour(IPT) is a rare nonneoplastic condition that usually involves the lung and orbit, but is known to affect almost all the organ systems. The term ´Inflammatory Pseudotumour´ was coined by Umiker and Iverson in 1954, after finding out that the clinical and image findings mimicked that of a malignant lesion. The cause of IPT is unknown. It is characterised histologically by the presence of acute and chronic inflammatory cells with a variable fibrotic response.It is also called spindle cell Pseudotumor, plasma cell granuloma, inflammatory myofibroblastic tumor. The condition is rare in t…