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    IndiaArtemis Hospital, Varanasi Neurological Society organize Neurosciences CME

    Artemis Hospital, Varanasi Neurological Society organize Neurosciences CME


    Varanasi: Artemis Hospital, Gurugram, in association with the Varanasi Neurological Society, recently spearheaded an educational seminar in Varanasi focusing on the latest advancements in neurosurgeries and non-invasive radiosurgery technologies. The seminar aimed to shed light on cutting-edge treatments for various types of neuro related disorders, making them more accessible, reliable, and safer than ever before.

    Led by eminent figures in the field, the seminar witnessed the presence of distinguished neurosurgeons including Dr. Aditya Gupta, Chief Neurosurgery & CNS Radiosurgery & Co-Chief – Cyberknifecentre from Artemis Hospital, among other luminaries.

    Dr. Gupta emphasized the critical role of multidisciplinary collaboration in achieving successful outcomes for patients with complex neurological disorders, titled “Complex Cases in Neurosciences: A Collaborative Approach,” explored the complexities involved in diagnosing and treating intricate neurological conditions.
    The seminar witnessed attendance of numerous medical professionals and neurology experts from across the country.

    Dr. Aditya Gupta, Chief Neurosurgery & CNS Radiosurgery & Co-Chief – Cyberknifecentre from Artemis Hospital said “In the realm of neurosciences, dealing with complex cases requires more than just advanced and individual expertise. It necessitates a collaborative effort where neurosurgeons, radiologists, neurologists, and other specialists work together seamlessly to ensure the best possible patient care. M6 Cyberknife Radiosurgery is precise, painless, and non-invasive radiation treatment. It is extremely efficient for the treatment of inoperable cancerous and non-cancerous tumors, requires no anesthesia & incision and has no reported risks or side effects. This therapy has a proven clinical success rate of over 95% of the brain tumor patients and works best for tumors up to 2.5-3 cm in size.”

    This event signifies a significant milestone in the ongoing collaboration between Artemis Hospital and the Varanasi Neurological Society, underscoring their shared commitment to enhancing the understanding and treatment of complex neurological conditions through continuous and the exchange of expertise. The success of this CME event reaffirms the dedication of both institutions to improving patient outcomes and advancing the field of neurosciences.


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