Read & React
Laurent SPELLE – May 25, 2013
“You are un 2005!... No flow diverter!...”
Eduardo Wajnberg – May 24, 2013
“My opinion is that it would be worth putting a flow diverter through the neck of the aneurysm. A...”
mohd shafie abdullah – April 26, 2013
“I'm thinking of deploying telescoping approach of 2 Leos and jailing technique with loose packing...”
Pakrit Jittapiromsak – April 16, 2013
“Thank you for your comment. Honestly, in my experience, if the stent(s) is(are) placed and oppose...”
Steve Dechan – April 13, 2013
“Just a question please, there are reports of instent restenosis at the distal and proximal ends o...”
Continuing education through LINNC
Dear friends and colleagues,
If this is the first time you’re joining us at LINNC online you will see right away that you are not alone. We pride ourselves on being part of a collective effort, sharing experience and knowledge in our rapidly changing speciality.
Seeing through the eyes of young practitioners
It has been said that in working together we can do so much more, and one example of this philosophy can be seen on our website. We have invited our younger colleagues to identify and comment on articles of interest to the whole community… a challenge that has born its fruit. With their fresh outlook, clearly based in their expanding clinical experience and wide ranging interests, these young practitioners have done an incredible job, selecting articles from peer review journals across the globe, creating a pertinent series of specialized Literature Reviews that are challenging and rewarding to read. We thank them for bringing these articles to our attention.
Networking and online presence
Emphasizing our community approach, we are placing the accent this month on the development of a whole range of communication tools using - to their best advantage - the different social networks. It is now possible to follow “live” the latest developments of LINNC online through our Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter pages and contacts.
However, it is not just through social media that we do our work; these social networks act as a conduit, bringing you - the community of neuroradiologists and neurosurgeons - to the LINNC online website, where you will find a continually changing array of subjects, special reports and news.
Our website is dynamic, committed to education as well as to the free and creative exchange of information; “By and For You", our members.
As a member of the LINNC online community you are part of a privileged forum where you and fellow members can share experiences, pose questions, compare clinical practice and ensure your knowledge is up-to-date. All of this occurs in a lively and open fashion where, alone, you can explore a specific subject or, together, enter into a debate… perhaps about the latest professional news or the introduction of some cutting-edge technique.
LINNC online provides us with a compendium of information and knowledge that is essential to the practice of our speciality, with high-quality content including clinical cases, lectures and videos of past courses and meetings on neuroradiology - chosen by our experienced Editorial Board as well as the Literature Reviews by our young practitioners that we mentioned above.
We take this opportunity to remind you that one of the most exciting moments for us in the field of Interventional Neuroradiology will be taking place in Paris at the Carrousel du Louvre from June 11th to June 13th.
LINNC Paris 2013, led by Professors Jacques Moret and Michel E. Mawad, will feature a range of lectures, live case transmissions and interactive discussions between world-renowned faculty.
The focus of LINNC Paris 2013 will be on such cutting-edge topics as:
So over the next few months you have the choice, of joining us in person in Paris or participating online at our website… or both!
LINNC online is a vibrant community and a kaleidoscope of quality material where access for our members is always free.
We are very pleased that you have joined us here today, and we look forward to your further participation in the future.