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Clinical Perspectives is a series of brief videos intended to share new techniques, important research, intriguing case studies and advanced treatments from UW Health experts.

 

We hope this opens up a valuable dialogue with other physicians about each topic through calls, consultations and collaborations.

 

Neurosurgery: Importance of Anatomy in the Treatment of So-called Inoperable Brain Tumors

 

In this program, you will see multiple recent case studies about neurosurgery patients who came to UW Health with long odds for success, including patients with deep-located tumors and eloquent-area tumors.

 

Dr. Mustafa Baskaya discusses technique and shows how an extensive understanding of neuroanatomy formed the basis of his approach.

 

 

 

Neurosurgery: Stereotactic Radiosurgery

 

UW Health neurosurgeon John Kuo discusses a Multidisciplinary Approach to Stereotactic Radiosurgery.

 

 

Neurosurgery: Pituitary Tumors and the Value of a Multidisciplinary Approach

 

UW Health neurosurgeon John Kuo discusses pituitary tumors and the value of a multidisciplinary approach.

 

 

Neurology: Childhood Migraine

 

Learning goals for this webinar include:

  • Recognize ways migraine can present at different ages
  • Differential diagnosis of headaches in children
  • Treatment controversies

 

Neurology: Common Epilepsies in Childhood

 

Learning goals for this webinar include:

  • Describe typical ages of presentation for common childhood epilepsies
  • Identify different seizure types that are associated with common childhood epilepsies
  • Initiate appropriate workup and referral for common childhood epilepsies
  • Describe first-line treatment options for common childhood epilepsies and associated side effects
  • Identify comorbidities of common childhood epilepsies