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The field of medicine dealing with the examination and study of nervous system disorders is neurology. The nervous system is a complex; practical that controls and directs body activities and it has two major divisions, including their covers with the blood vessels, and all effector tissue, such as muscle of the central nervous system and peripheral nervous system. The neurologist is a doctor who specializes in neurology. The neurologist qualified to examine, or diagnose and treat a neurological condition that affects the brain, spinal cord, and nerves. If any patient needs surgery to refer to neurosurgeons, neurologists may not conduct surgery, neurologists begin with a medical history and then with a neurological evaluation that involves the assessment of cranial nerves, sensation, cognitive control, motor power, reflexes, coordination, and movement.
Neurodegenerative Diseases and Stress Congress | Neurosurgery Conferences | Neuro Oncology Conference
- Track 1-1Central nervous system
- Track 1-2General neurology
- Track 1-3 Cerebrovascular disease
- Track 1-4Peripheral nervous system
- Track 1-5Behavioral neurology
- Track 1-6Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS)
- Track 1-7Cerebral Palsy
- Track 1-8 Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Neurodegenerative disorders are a heterogeneous group of conditions recognized by the gradual degeneration of the central nervous system or peripheral nervous system structure and function. Common neurodegenerative disorders includes Alzheimer's disease and Parkinson's disease. When nerve cells in the brain or peripheral nervous system lose control over time and eventually die, neurodegenerative diseases occur. While some of the physical or mental symptoms associated with neurodegenerative diseases can be improved by medication, there is currently no way to delay the progression of the disease and no proven cures. With age, the risk of being affected by a neurodegenerative disorder rises significantly. More Americans are living longer means that more people will be affected by neurodegenerative disorders in coming decades. This condition gives rise to a crucial need to enhance our understanding of the causes of neurodegenerative diseases and to establish new treatment and prevention approaches.
Stress is a mental or physical tension experience. Any occurrence or thinking that makes us feel upset, angry, or anxious may come from it. Stress is the response of our body to a threat or demand. Stress can be beneficial in quick bursts, such as when it allows us to escape danger or reach a deadline. But it can affect our health when stress lasts for a long time.
- Track 2-1Alzheimers disease
- Track 2-2Acute stress
- Track 2-3Spinal muscular atrophy (SMA)
- Track 2-4Spinocerebellar ataxia (SCA)
- Track 2-5Huntington’s disease (HD)
- Track 2-6Motor neurone diseases (MND)
- Track 2-7Prion disease
- Track 2-8Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS)
- Track 2-9Parkinsons disease
- Track 2-10Chronic stress
Neurosurgery is a medical specialty that deals with the prevention, diagnosis and care of patients with brain, spinal cord and peripheral nerve injuries or diseases/disorders in all parts of the body. A doctor who specializes in neurosurgery is classified not only as a brain surgeon, but also as a professionally qualified neurosurgeon who can also assist patients with back and neck pain. As well as other disorders ranging from trigeminal neuralgia to Parkinson's disease and head injury. In the diagnosis and surgical treatment of central and peripheral nervous system conditions, the neurosurgeon detects congenital disorders, cancers, fractures, vascular disorders, brain or spinal cord infections, stroke, or degenerative diseases of the spinal cord.
Neuro Oncology Meetings | CNS and Neurological Disorders Conferences | Neuroscience Conferences
- Track 3-1Vascular neurosurgery
- Track 3-2Stereotactic neurosurgery/ functional neurosurgery
- Track 3-3Oncological neurosurgery
- Track 3-4Spinal neurosurgery
- Track 3-5Pediatric neurosurgery
- Track 3-6Skull base surgery
The nervous system is getting affected by cancer is one of the severe conditions. The study of cancers of the nervous system is known as Neuro Oncology. It is a branch of medicine which deals with brain and spinal cord neoplasms. In the end, in most situations, it becomes deadly. For malignant and benign spinal cord and brain tumours, it performs research, investigation, identification, and care.
Neuro-Oncology deals with multiple tumours, such as Central Nervous System (CNS) primary tumours and CNS metastatic tumours, and their numerous first-place causative factors. Pons' gliomas, brain stem gliomas, glioblastoma multiforme, and astrocytoma are some of the worst types of cancer.
CNS and Neurological Disorders Congress | Neuroscience Meetings | Alzheimers and Parkinsons Diseases Conferences
- Track 4-1Neuro-Oncological disorders
- Track 4-2Intracranial metastasis
- Track 4-3Spinal metastasis
- Track 4-4Skull metastasis
- Track 4-5Psychosocial Advances in Neuro-Oncology
The Central Nervous System, or CNS, shapes the brain and spinal cord. It is part of our nervous system and it is called as central because it is a centre that receives data, coordinates it, and affects the entire body's behaviour. It regulates our breathing, emotions, heart rate, feelings, movement, temperature of the body, the release of some hormones and other parts as well. The CNS consists of white and grey matter. This can be found in the skull-encased brain. The brain's outer cortex comprises grey matter in the tract and white matter. White matter acts as a connector that links the different positions of the bodies of nerve cells and carries nerve impulses between neurons. Myelinated axons consist of white matter. The neuropile, neuronal cell bodies, glial cells, synapses, and capillaries are made of grey matter. The difference between grey matter and white matter is that few myelinated axons and multiple cell bodies are included in the latter, whereas few cell bodies and more long-range myelinated axon tracts are included in white matter.
Neurological disorders affect the nervous or peripheral nervous systems of the central system and can impair the function of the brain, spinal cord, peripheral nerve or neuromuscular function. Specific causes of medical specialty problems vary, but can include genetic defects, inborn anomalies or disorders, disease-related diseases, style or environmental health issues, and brain damage, injury to the medulla spinalis, nerve injury, and sensitivity to protein. It impose an undue burden on the health of the world. The most recent statistics specifies that the neurological diseases are included in the worldwide Burden of Disease Study-and Alzheimer's other dementias, Parkinson's disease, multiple sclerosis, epilepsy, and headache disorders (migraine, tension-type headache [TTH], and drug-overuse headache account for 3% of the disease's global burden.
Neuroscience Conferences | Alzheimers and Parkinsons Diseases Congress | Pediatric Neurology Conferences
- Track 5-1White and gray matter
- Track 5-2Spinal cord
- Track 5-3Brain
- Track 5-4Cranial nerves
- Track 5-5Difference from the peripheral nervous system
- Track 5-6Clinical significance
- Track 5-7Acute Spinal Cord Injury
- Track 5-8Alzheimers Disease
Neuroscience is intended to address and investigate the function and structure of the nerve cells and fibres that shape the nervous system. It is a multifaceted and rapidly growing field of biology which explores the role and structure of the brain and nervous system. Neuroscience is a sphere where we research the mixture of psychology and biology to the degree to understand the physical relation, psychological changes and study of neurological disorders with the brain perceives these changes and interactions as the brain. Cellular and molecular biology, growth, evolution, biochemistry, physiology, nervous system anatomy and medical specialties, computational neuroscience, behavioural neuroscience, and cognitive neuroscience are part of the field of neuroscience. The fields of engineering, linguistics, mathematics, medicine, psychology, physiology, computer science, and chemistry work closely with neuroscience. Neuroscientists are researchers who specialize in molecular, biochemistry, physiology, and nervous system anatomy in this field of biology, Neuroscience. By conducting and framing the experiments, they do their research to comprehend the role of the nervous system and its structure, especially related to behaviour and learning.
Alzheimers and Parkinsons Diseases Conferences | Pediatric Neurology Congress | Epilepsy Conferences
- Track 7-1Behavioral neuroscience
- Track 7-2Clinical neuroscience
- Track 7-3Computational neuroscience
- Track 7-4Cognitive neuroscience
- Track 7-5Developmental neuroscience
- Track 7-6Neuroimaging
The disorder of Alzheimer's is a gradual condition that causes brain cells to waste away (degenerate).The most common cause of dementia is Alzheimer's disease. A Continuous deterioration in thought, behavioural and social skills that disrupts the ability of an individual to work independently. There is no therapy that prevents Alzheimer's disease in the brain or improves the mechanism of the disease. Complications from serious loss of brain activity such as dehydration, malnutrition or infection result in death in advanced phases of the disease.
Parkinson's disease is a chronic neurological disorder, a movement disorder, and the illness progresses over time. In Parkinson's disease, the cells responsible for dopamine secretion begin to die. Dopamine is responsible for the proper functioning of the body's muscles. The cells of the substantia nigra, a part of the brain, secrete dopamine. Symptoms of Parkinson's disease, including voice change, slurry voice, tremor, sluggish movements, anosmia, difficulty balancing, Stiffness of arms, legs and trunks, alteration of facial expression and loss of sense of smell.These symptoms are caused by a reduction in dopamine levels that leads to irregular brain activity.The mechanism that contributes to low dopamine levels is not apparent. But there are several variables, perhaps genetic variables and environmental causes, that lead to Parkinson's disease. A dopamine transporter test scan can be used since there is no clear test to diagnose Parkinson's disease.
Pediatric Neurology Conferences | Epilepsy Meetings | Dementia and Mental Health Conferences
- Track 8-1Early-onset Alzheimers
- Track 8-2Late-onset Alzheimers
- Track 8-3Secondary Parkinsonism
- Track 8-4Parkinsonian gait
- Track 8-5Parkinsonism
- Track 8-6Brain cell death
- Track 8-7Bradykinesia
- Track 8-8Parkinsons care, rehabilitation, and treatments
Child Neurology or Pediatric Neurology includes children's CNS, PNS, brain and spinal cord disorders. In this field of neurology, the above-related conditions in infants and adolescents are considered under this area of Neurology. A doctor who treats children who have problems with their nervous system is a child neurologist, or pediatric medical specialist. In the brain, spine, nerves, or muscles, problems in the nervous system will start. The spinal cord and brain are each separated by different membranes that may be sensitive to pressure and force. It may also be vulnerable to damage to the peripheral nerves situated deep under the skin. Neurological diseases will affect an entire pathway of neurology or a single neuron. Even a little disruption to the structural pathway of a neuron may result in dysfunction. Normally, depression and neurological disorders are interrelated. Due to the disabling nature of depression, without clinical treatment, people suffering from it as well as neurological problems can find recovery difficult. There are several different treatment services available that can help with depression treatment, including therapy in combination with medication.
Epilepsy Congress | Dementia and Mental Health Conferences | Psychiatry and Psychology Conferences
- Track 9-1Sleep disorders
- Track 9-2Brain malformations
- Track 9-3Lysosomal storage disease
- Track 9-4Muscle diseases
- Track 9-5Movement disorders (Cerebral paresis)
- Track 9-6Degenerative disorders
- Track 9-7Neonatal neurology
- Track 9-8Concussion and Migraine
- Track 9-9Childhood epilepsy
- Track 9-10Cerebral palsy
- Track 9-11Behavioral disorders
- Track 9-12Development disorders
Epilepsy a chronic condition is a disorder of the central nervous system in which regular seizures occur. Brain activity is irregular in epilepsy, leading to repeated seizures, erratic behaviour, loss of consciousness and sensations. Regardless of gender, race, and age, epilepsy can happen to anyone.
Seizures are a significant symptom of epilepsy. Two types of seizures are primarily present: focal seizures and generalised seizures. The other signs include a person's sudden fall without any reason. Epilepsy is caused by genetic or environmental causes. The causes of acquired epilepsy include stroke, cancers, brain damage and brain infection. The genetic cause of epilepsy is more common in young people, and brain tumours and strokes are more prevalent in older people. The precise cause of most cases of epilepsy is unclear. An electroencephalogram, computed tomography (CT) scan, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), and neuroimaging can be used to observe epilepsy. To recognise the disorders in the brain during a seizure and to look at the minute changes in the structure of the brain, these techniques may provide a clearer view.
Dementia and Mental Health Congress | Psychiatry and Psychology Conferences | Depression and Anxiety Conferences
- Track 10-1Seizure
- Track 10-2Epilepsy surgery
- Track 10-3Epileptogenesis
- Track 10-4Photosensitive epilepsy
- Track 10-5Generalized seizures
- Track 10-6Focal seizures
- Track 10-7Epilepsy treatment
Dementia is a degeneration of the cerebral cortex, the portion of the brain responsible for emotions, memories, behaviour, and personality is typically triggered. In this area, brain cell death contributes to the cognitive impairments that characterize dementia. Head injuries, brain tumours, cancers, hormone abnormalities, metabolic disorders, hypoxia, dietary deficiency, substance misuse, or chronic alcoholism are all causes of dementia. Unfortunately, most dementia related conditions are progressive, Alzheimer's disease and vascular dementia are the two main degenerative causes of dementia. Various neuropathological processes, including both neurodegenerative and vascular diseases, can underlie dementia. In elderly people, dementia is most prominent, with the main risk factor being advancing age.
Our enthusiastic, emotional, and social progress is joined by Mental Wellbeing. This influences how we think, feel, and behave. It also defines how we cope with pain, communicate with others, and decide on decisions. At any point of life, mental wellbeing is fundamental, from youth and youthfulness to adulthood. Mental clutters are dead, extreme disorders that can affect your thought, tendency, and lead. Psychological sickness has many theories. A section can predict your characteristics and family history.
Psychiatry and Psychology Conferences | Depression and Anxiety Congress | Schizophrenia Conference
- Track 11-1Mixed dementia
- Track 11-2Stroke & Dementia
- Track 11-3Causes of Dementia
- Track 11-4Treatments for Dementia
- Track 11-5Womens Mental Health
- Track 11-6Mental Health Rehabilitation
- Track 11-7Child Mental Health
- Track 11-8Mental Health Counselling
- Track 11-9Mental Health and Human Resilience