The Association of Sri Lankan Neurologists conducts a series of monthly Grand Rounds at the ClinMARC Auditorium of the National Hospital of Sri Lanka. The objective of the Neurology Grand Round is to discuss patients with neurological disorders, which teaches the practising clinician important aspects in the diagnostic approach, management and prognosis. These could include rare as well as common neurological disorders, but all of which will have an educational value from basic neurosciences to applied clinical neurology. Two cases will be presented each month from 11.30 am to 12.30 pm. Each case will be presented by a Consultant Neurologist led Unit in Sri Lanka.
This event provides the opportunity to gain an exposure to and learn some interesting insights on common and rare presentations of neurological diseases presenting from different parts of the country.
No prior registration is required. All doctors and medical students are welcome. Take away lunch would be provided.
Click here for details on the upcoming Neurology Grand Rounds.
22 February 2019
What to learn from a jerky patient
Dr Saamir Mohideen
Hysterical to true acute blindness and a threat to life in-between
Dr Ishani Rajapakse
Subacute sclerosing panencephalitis (SSPE)
22 March 2019
A 27year old female with a gait disorder
Dr Senaka Bandusena
Limb girdle muscular dystrophy
The man who came last in the race
Dr Arjuna Fernando / Dr Gamini Pathirana
17 May 2019
A lady who cannot twist and turn
Dr Nadie Rathnayake
Stiff person syndrome
An 18 year old boy with headache and vomiting is drowsy
Dr Srini Godevithanage
Central venous sinus thrombosis in a patient with homocysteinuria
21 June 2019
Approach to the patient with excessive day time sleepiness