Masterclass

The Masterclass by IFCN presentations were created in response to a call from IFCN members societies for more high quality, complimentary, online educational content. The series will provide a new presentation every month from top clinical neurophysiologists around the world, and each will include time for discussion with the lecturer following the presentation.

Providing the best in contemporary clinical neurophysiology education delivered in the most optimal format is the primary educational goal of the IFCN. As such, Masterclass by IFCN will be available complimentary to all registrants.

Masterclass by IFCN: Evaluation of Tremor

Join us for the next Masterclass by IFCN presentation on Saturday, March 6, 2021 at 9:00 am EST (3:00 pm CET).

Professor Mark Hallett will present Evaluation of Tremor.

Tremor is a common disorder, and it is not always possible to make a diagnosis on clinical grounds. With relatively simple clinical neurophysiological techniques it is possible to make or confirm the diagnosis. Most studies can be accomplished with surface EMG and accelerometry, but, as usual, the technique must be correct and the data analysis performed appropriately. The session will focus on how these methods are properly done.

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Neuromuscular Ultrasound in Neuropathies: A New, Large and Amazing Field

A. Grimm, Department of Neurology and Epileptology, Tübingen University Hospital
 

Critical Illness Myopathy and Polyneuropathy

H. Tankisi, Department of Clinical Neurophysiology, Aarhus University Hospital
 

Action Potential Generation and Intermittent Conduction Block in Myelinated Axons

D. Burke, Faculty of Medicine and Health, The University of Sydney
 

Intraoperative Neurophysiologic Monitoring

M. Nuwer, Department of Neurology, UCLA
 

Clinical Visual Evoked Potentials

A. Husain, Department of Neurolology, Duke University Medical Center
 

Basic Motor Control: How the Brain Makes Movement

M. Hallett, Human Motor Control Section, NINDS, NIH
 

Clapham’s Sign; Stretch Sensitive Facial Muscle Contraction after Complete Denervation

L. Clapham, D. Allen, R. Arunachalam, and J. Cole
Wessex Neurological Centre, Southampton and Poole Hospital, Universities of Southampton and Bournemouth