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March 18-21, 2018 on the basis of the Department of Neurology with a course of neurosurgery IHPO FGBU SSC FIBTS AI. Burnazyan for the first time will pass the cycle "APPLICATION OF BOTULIN THERAPY AT CRANIOCERVICAL DYSTONIES".

March 18-21, 2018 on the basis of the Department of Neurology with a course of neurosurgery IHPO FGBU SSC FIBTS AI. Burnazyan for the first time will pass the cycle "APPLICATION OF BOTULIN THERAPY AT CRANIOCERVICAL DYSTONIES".

In March 2018, on the basis of the Department of Neurology with a course of neurosurgery IHPO FGBU SSC FIBTS AI. Burnazyan for the first time will pass the cycle "APPLICATION OF BOTULIN THERAPY AT CRANIOCERVICAL DYSTONIES." 18 points in the system of HMOs.
 The base level is calculated for 18 hours. The cycle is three days - from 21.03.2018 to 23.03.2018. The
 Curator of the course is the chief freelance neurologist of FMBA of Russia, head of the department. Department of Neurology with a course of neurosurgery, Ph.D. Ekaterina Vitalevna Bril. & Nbsp; The
 The course is conducted by a certified trainer-botulinumtraevt, assistant of the department of neurology with a course of neurosurgery, head. Department of Neurology and Neurorehabilitation, FMBS, Ph.D. Marina Alexandrovna Anikina. & Nbsp;
 The training program provides a detailed analysis of anatomy, clinical patterns of craniocervical dystonia, approaches to the selection of target mice, features of navigation and control during injection, modern concepts of diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of patients with muscular dystonia in a multidisciplinary approach.
 The cycle is issued a certificate.
 Contingent of listeners: neurologists. The
 Limited number of seats. The cost of training - 15 000 rubles.
 Classes are held at: ul. Marshal Novikova, 23. (Metro Shchukinskaya).
 From 10.00 to 16.00 with a break for lunch. The
 Regarding the preparation of applications for the cycle, please contact the head of the academic department of the department, cms. Zimnyakova Olga Sergeevna, tel: +7 (499) 190-96-87, +7 (985) 41-41-41-1.

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