ESOC

ESOC Session Report: Stroke in the Young

The Thursday morning session ‘Stroke in the Young’ was a very educative and interesting session chaired by Julia Ferrari and by Mirjam R. Heldner. Anne-Mette Hvas was speaking about inherited and acquired thrombophilia, about lack of evidence for association between...

Poster E-walk at ESOC 2019

By: Dr. G. Reale, ESO YSPR Committee In the futuristic and visionary 1982 movie “Tron”, a young Jeff Bridges was thrown in a virtual cyberspace where he was able to walk and talk with the avatars of the programs of his computer. In the ultra-modern frame of the...

Interview with Caroline M.J. Loos

Interviewed by Nicolas Martinez-Majander, Helsinki University Hospital. In 2018, I started working as a neurologist with neurovascular focus at NeuroVascular Center Antwerp (NVCA), at Antwerp University Hospital (UZA, Belgium), where I combine clinical work and...

ESOC 2019: Trainsient Ischemic Attack

The session trainsient ischemic attack took place at 14.45-16.15. The chairs were Prof Marcel Arnold and Prof Ursula Schulz. The first talk was transient neurological attacks are they actually TIAS? Prof Ewoud van Dijk mentioned nonfocal transient neurological attacks...

Let`s Toast to That Post(er)!

By Dr. Luca Mengozzi LMENGOZZI01@GMAIL.COM Stroke treatment is pure team work and a journey but, unlike many journeys, physicians wish for this one to be the quickest and less challenging as possible. However, what if such journey did not start in a hospital at all?...