Cerveteri – IV World Congress of Reconstructive Neurosurgery of the ISRN

Cerveteri – 4th World Congress of Reconstructive Neurosurgery of the ISRN’ISRN

"Cerveteri had the pleasure of hosting a leading scientific conference – Alessio Pascucci, mayor of the city, said at the 7th Scientific Meeting of the Neurorehabilitation Committee of the World Federation of Neurosurgical Societies, which took place in Rome, about one hundred researchers and practitioners of the neuromedical sciences participated in the 4th World Congress of the’ISNR – International Society of Reconstructive Neurosurgery. I would like, once again, to thank Prof. Massimiliano Visocchi, Our Fellow Citizen and Distinguished scientist and president of the Isnr, for the ’ Excellent subsequent of an event that Gave International Visionity to our City. Not Surprisingly, The Professor Was Very Keen to includes in The Program of the Congress a Visit to the Necropolis of Banditaccia and the Ceite Archaeological Museum, As Well As a Tasting of Our Eno-Grastronomic Excellence.

A Certainly Important Occasion for Cerveteri That as a Municipal Administration We Will Not Hesitati to Support in The Future As Well".
The Event was Held Sept. 12-14 and was sponsored by, Among Others, The Italian Society of Neurosurgery and the Catholic University Policlinico Gemelli in Rome. AMONG the Speakers, The Conference Included Surinent Experts as Alessandro Olivi (Baltimore USA), Fred Gentili (Canada), Antonio Bernardo (New York), Concezio di Rocco (Hannover Germany), K. Von Wild (Germany), Takamitsu Yamamoto (Japan), n. Saeki (Japan), Wai s. Poon (Hong Kong), Armando Basso (Argentina). Opening Remarks Were Given by the Dean of the Faculty of Medicine and Surgery at Catholic University, prof. Rocco Bellantone, and the General Director of Policlinico Gemelli, Ing.

Enrico Gampedri.

The works of the Congress Covered Extremely Topical Issues, Such As Brain Temors, Aneurysms and Angiomas, Head Trauma, Spine and Spinal Cord Surgery, and Many Other Topics. "In neurosurgery – Explained prof. Massimiliano Visocchi, neurosurgeon at l ’ Catholic University and Polyclinic Gemelli in Rome – ‘ Reconstruction ’ Means Reassembling Anatomical Structures that are altered to Restore Their Morphology As Close to Normal As Possible. ‘ to rehability ’ Means to put in place all surgical procedures capable of reactivating a lost function, event without actual morphological reconstruction. This Particular Branch of Neurosurgery Proposes quidi interventions that are much more conservative and less invasive to the normal physiognomy of the nervous system".

The Conference Previewed The Exoskeleton, A Robotic Machine Consisting of a Lightweight, Easy-to-Wear Support Structure Equipped With Motion Sensors and Motors at the joints. A futuristic alternative solution to the wheelchair.