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Neurodegeneration is the progressive loss of structure or function of neurons, that mainly includes death of neurons. Many diseases – including amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, Parkinson's, Alzheimer's, and Huntington's – occur as a result of neurodegenerative processes. Such diseases are incurable and results in progressive degeneration and/or death of neuron cells. Many neurodegenerative diseases are caused by genetic mutations, most of which are located in completely unrelated genes. Neurodegeneration can be found in many different levels of neuronal circuitry ranging from molecular to systemic.
- Track 1-1Cohort Studies
- Track 1-2Ischemic Stroke
- Track 1-3Haemorrhagic Stroke
- Track 1-4Transient Ischemic Stroke
- Track 1-5Diagnosis and awareness on Stroke
- Track 1-6Microbe Involvements in Neurodegeneration Treatment
- Track 1-7Atrophy and MSA
- Track 1-8Tau Pathology
- Track 1-9Causes and Symptoms
Study of nervous system that deals with physiology, anatomy, molecular biology of neuron and neural networks is called neuroscience. Neuroscience is also widely known neurobiology. The homo sapiens brain contains around one hundred billion neurons and one hundred trillion synapses, it consists of thousands of distinguishable sub-structures, connected to each other in synaptic networks. The majority of the approximately 20,000–25,000 genes belonging to the human genome are expressed specifically in axons; axons is used to transmit electric signals from one to one another which is connected with the help of synapses. The other set are called dendrites is to receive the information which is transmitted by the axons.
- Track 2-1Clinical neuroscience
- Track 2-2Cognitive neuroscience
- Track 2-3Developmental neuroscience
- Track 2-4Evolutionary neuroscience
- Track 2-5Affective neuroscience
- Track 2-6Behavioural neuroscience
- Track 2-7Cellular neuroscience
Neuropathy is related to disease or malfunctions of the nerves. It is classified based on the types or location of nerves that are affected by damage due to injury or disease. Neuropathy caused by diabetes is called Diabetic Neuropathy as it is most commonly associated with Diabetes. The symptoms of Neuropathy include, loss of feeling in feet, Tingling, Extreme sensitivity to touch, paresthesia, loss of reflexes and cramping. Diagnosis and testing procedures include Electromyography, nerve conduction velocity test (NCV) and nerve biopsy to examine. Antidepressants, Anticonvulsants, Opioids and Opioid-like drugs are the oral medications for neuropathy that have been successfully used to help the pain of neuropathy.
- Track 3-1Diabetic Neuropathy
- Track 3-2Cranial Neuropathy
- Track 3-3Cranial Neuropathy
- Track 3-4Autonomic Neuropathy
- Track 3-5Focal Neuropathy
- Track 3-6Autoimmune Neuropathy
- Track 3-7Peripheral Neuropathy
- Track 3-8Neuropathic pain and its therapeutics
Neurotherapy is the of treatment for neurodegenerative disorders. The philosophy behind neurotherapy involves activating or deactivating to the organ(s), through regulated pressure or massage on the nerve channels to stimulate or depress the blood, & other body fluids and the nerve currents. This kind of therapy focuses at the cause and not at the symptoms of the disease. This method has no side effects and no instruments get involved in this treatment.
Mental retardation, Paralysis, Joint Pain, Chronic constipation, tail bone pain, Depression, Vertigo, Piles, Obesity, Hypothyroid, Insomnia, Anal fistula, Cramps, Diabetes, Cervical spondylitis, Arthritis, Angina pectoris, Menses related problem, Tennis elbow, Swelling, hair falling, Tilt, Allergy, Gastric problem, Motor neuron disease. These are the diseases which is successfully treated by neurotherapy.
- Track 4-1Ayurvedic treatment
- Track 4-2Inhibition of Cholinesterase Activity
- Track 4-3Computational Approaches
- Track 4-4Unani Treatment
- Track 4-5Homeopathy treatment
A stroke is developed when the blood supply to part of your brain is interrupted or blocked, depriving brain tissue of oxygen and nutrients. Within minutes, brain cells begin to die. A stroke may be caused by a blocked artery (ischemic stroke) or the leaking or bursting of a blood vessel. Many factors can increase your stroke risk. Potentially treatable stroke risk factors include: Being overweight or obese, Physical inactivity, Heavy or binge drinking and cigarette smoking or exposure to second hand smoke, High cholesterol, and Diabetes.
- Track 5-1Brain Neurosurgery
- Track 5-2Spine Neurosurgery
- Track 5-3Cerebrovascular Surgery
- Track 5-4Advanced Operative Techniques in Neurosurgery
- Track 5-5Neurosurgical Care
Many stroke prevention strategies are the same as strategies to prevent heart disease. In general, healthy lifestyle recommendations include: Controlling high blood pressure (hypertension), Lowering the amount of cholesterol and saturated fat in your diet, Quitting tobacco use, Controlling diabetes, Maintaining a healthy weight, Eating a diet rich in fruits and vegetables, Exercising regularly, Drinking alcohol in moderation, if at all, Treating obstructive sleep apnea, Avoiding illegal drugs.
- Track 6-1Acute Management
- Track 6-2Medication Treatment with Alteplase IV r-tPA
- Track 6-3Biomechanical Treatments to Physically Remove the Clot
- Track 6-4Fibrinolytic Therapy
- Track 6-5Cerebral Edema Control
- Track 6-6Anticoagulation & Prophylaxis
- Track 6-7Neuroprotective Agents
Neuro-Oncology is study of treatment for patients with cancers of the brain and nervous system. There are some of the conditions and symptoms which includes: Acoustic neuroma, Brain metastases, Astrocytoma, Chordoma, Ependymoma, Craniopharyngioma, Glioblastoma multiforme, Glioma, Lymphoma, Meningioma, Medulloblastoma, Oligodendroglioma, Brain tumours, Pineal Tumor and Schwannoma.
- Track 7-1ALS
- Track 7-2Brain Aneurysm
- Track 7-3Arteriovenous malformation
- Track 7-4Dural arteriovenous fistulae
- Track 7-5Peripheral neuropathy
- Track 7-6Post-Herpetic neuralgia
A stroke is also known as Cerebrovascular accident (CVA) in medical terms when blood flow to a part of your brain is stopped either by a blockage or the rupture of a blood vessel. A stroke is an emergency medical aspect that requires early treatment which indicates early action that are related to brain damage and potential complications. Person affected by stroke addresses cognition and/or behavioural problems that includes problems using languages, vision and perception problems and sudden bursts of emotions.
- Track 8-1Stroke Types
- Track 8-2Mental Health Care
- Track 8-3Mental Illness & Treatment
- Track 8-4Mental Health & Rehabilitation
- Track 8-5Stress Management Programs
- Track 8-6Assessment of Mental & Behavioural Disorders
- Track 8-7Mental Health Nursing Practice
Dementia is a syndrome characterized by cognitive or memory impairments that describes the symptoms of many conditions that affects the brain. The commonly seen conditions are Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease. Symptoms seen at early stages are memory loss, personality changes, withdrawal and confusion.
- Track 9-1Neurocognitive Disorders
- Track 9-2Dementia with Lewy bodies
- Track 9-3Mixed Dementia
- Track 9-4Vascular Dementia
- Track 9-5Frontotemporal Dementia
- Track 9-6Need for awareness on dementia
Stroke is one of the main leading causes of long-term adult disability which is affecting approximately 795,000 people each year in the USA. Someone who suffered a stroke can improve functions and sometimes remarkable recoveries by early recovery and rehabilitation. The goal of a stroke rehabilitation program is to help you relearn skills which are lost when stroke affected part of your brain. Stroke rehabilitation can help to regain independence and improve the quality of life.
- Track 10-1Stroke Risk Assessment Tool (SRAT)
- Track 10-2The Cincinnati Prehospital Stroke Scale
- Track 10-3The Los Angeles Prehospital Stroke Screen
- Track 10-4The National Institutes of Health Stroke Scale (NIHSS)
- Track 10-5Anticoagulant and Antiplatelet Agents
- Track 10-6Blood Pressure Control
- Track 10-7Manage exercise and diet
- Track 10-8Neurophysiology
Stroke is more common in males than females even after controlling for differences in frequency of causes and this appears to be with a predominance of stroke in black children. This difference remains true even after accounting for sickle cell disease patients with stroke and moreover seizures are common in both ischemic and haemorrhagic strokes. They occur in up to 50% of children with strokes are not restricted to any age group and are not limited to any specific seizure type. A stroke or cerebral vascular accident (CVA) in children is typically considered to be a rare event. The reported incidence of combined and haemorrhagic ischemic pediatric stroke ranges from 1.2 to 13 cases per 100,000 children under 18 years of age.
- Track 11-1Mental Health
- Track 11-2Neurogenetic and Neurometabolic disorders
- Track 11-3Addictive Disorders
- Track 11-4Neurotoxicity
- Track 11-5Myasthenia Gravis & Related Disorders
- Track 11-6Neurocognitive changes in AIDS
The Neurovascular surgery specializes in the management of complex central nervous system vascular disorders including arteriovenous malformations, aneurysms, cavernous angiomas, and carotid and intracerebral stenosis. Surgery and vascular procedures can be used to prevent stroke to treat or to repair damaged blood vessels or malformations in and around the brain. Carotid endarterectomy is a surgical procedure in which a surgeon removes fatty deposits or plaque from the inside of one of the carotid arteries and this procedure is performed to prevent stroke.
- Track 12-1Traumatic Neurosurgery
- Track 12-2Therapeutic targets & mechanism for treatment
- Track 12-3Alzheimerâ€™s disease symptoms
- Track 12-4Rehabilitation Facilities
- Track 12-5Skills & Techniques in Clinical training
- Track 12-6Clinical Evaluation
- Track 12-7Practices in Clinical training
- Track 12-8Promoting Clinical Outcomes
- Track 12-9Advanced therapeutic techniques
- Track 12-10Medical Devices and device customization for stroke treatment for Stroke treatment.
There are new Clinical research studies that shows dramatic improvement in restoring blood back to the brain in arteries. This study involved minimally invasive clot procedure known as stent thrombectomy and this standard clot procedure called as tissue plasminogen activator. In patients with more severe strokes, each trail shows the striking benefit of catheter-based clot removal to restore blood flow in brain arteries. This can be used to improve the treatment for heart attacks known as acute stroke therapy. There is another new treatment for the stroke shown to be very effective that and it will be used as a part of standard stroke care.
- Track 13-1Stroke rehabilitation: Care and guidance
- Track 13-2Migraine & Chronic Pain
- Track 13-3Neuropsychiatric Conditions
- Track 13-4Neuropathic infections
- Track 13-5Neuropathic pain in women
- Track 13-6Functional electrical stimulation
- Track 13-7Spinocerebellar ataxia
- Track 13-8Neuropathy and therapies
- Track 13-9Spinal muscular atrophy
- Track 13-10Advanced neuropathic therapies
- Track 13-11Neuropathic pain and its therapeutics
Clinical trials and case reports include the involvement of larger groups of people confirming the effectiveness of a drug or treatment with respect to the common base factors involved, monitor side effects, compare it to commonly used treatments, and collect information that will allow the drug or treatment to be used safely. This track gives researchers knowledge about new technologies, clinical trials and new aspects.
- Track 14-1Prevention trials
- Track 14-2Case Reports on Stroke
- Track 14-3Advances in genetic research
- Track 14-4Case Reports on Neurodegenerative Disorders
- Track 14-5History of present illness in affected patients
- Track 14-6Case Reports on Neuro Oncology
- Track 14-7Coping with caring
- Track 14-8Vaccination by self-antigens
- Track 14-9History of present illness in affected patients
The global trends, growth and market areas for neurology in different regions of the world, demand and availability, market research and analysis are discussed here, Neurology in its vibrance has attracted wider importance in other fields like never, new fields such as neuro marketing are blooming in their heights to attain maximum possible consumer insights is also covered as a part of this track.
- Track 15-1Global Market Research in Neurodegenerative disorders
- Track 15-2International policies and smart trade logistics of equipment and services
- Track 15-3Neuro Marketing
- Track 15-4Medical equipment markets, Ethics and International Logistics and Civil Policies
Neuro diagnostics and imaging covers all aspects od diagnosis with different specific modalities and sources of imaging to identify the deficiency, disorder, active real time physical status of the subject and viewing internal organ structures. It involves all study of and study based on all type of devices starting from EEG units to MR Systems to identify the condition of neurological stature and psychophysiological relevancies.
- Track 16-1Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning in Neurodegenerative disorders
- Track 16-2Computational Image Analysis and Processing advancements
- Track 16-3Data in Neurology
- Track 16-4Diagnostic Data Management and services
Computational Neurology deals with a wide variety of interesting topics with a high value, especially the ability to change the way we interact it helps us to evoke a deeper understanding of neurological behaviour and make use of it create applicable situations, It covers a wide variety of topics starting from brain computer interfaces to neural computing and so on.
- Track 17-1Computational Neurology
- Track 17-2Neuro Engineering
- Track 17-3Neuro Orthoses
- Track 17-4Neuro Prosthesis
- Track 17-5Brain Functional Assessments
- Track 17-6Brain Computer Interface
Neuro-drugs mainly deal with Neuropsychopharmacologists and mainly deals with drugs that implicate changes in subject behaviour and help them to improve in the functioning of everyday activities and improve their social behaviour and reduce stress in the neural system.
- Track 18-1Neurotoxicity
- Track 18-2Neurochemical Interactions
- Track 18-3Molecular Neuropharmacology
- Track 18-4Behavioural Neuropharmacology
- Track 18-5Drugs and Side Effects
- Track 18-6Alternative Medicine
- Track 18-7Vaccinations
Nerve regeneration deals with growing back of nerves, automated and stimulated repair mechanisms to ensure proper functioning and regain logical reasoning abilities and motor control in the human body. This is now a days getting recognised as a quintessential factor of research considering its implications and astounding possibilities identified. It refers to the regrowth and repair of all nervous tissues, not only limited to the cell organelles glia, axon, myelin but also to entire cell regeneration. It is also referred to as Nerve Regeneration.