Read & React
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...”
wael elshawaf – April 13, 2013
“Weal EL-shawaf ,MD. Thank you for all Pr Dr how start this decision and to learn more and more ,s...”
Willem Jan van Rooij – April 5, 2013
“I am surprised by the comment of Laurent Spelle. The only thing we can learn from a case like thi...”
"Welcome to your dedicated website"
Dear Friends and Colleagues,
It’s our pleasure to introduce our new website for Interventional Neuroradiology and Neurosurgery community – LINNC online.
The best of our practice will be available year round including the latest literature reviewed by peer practitioners and lively discussions of cases prepared by the LINNC online Editorial Board, “Read & React”, encouraging you to participate in discussions of the best cases submitted by the Course audience and selected by the Board.
The aim of this new portal is also to give you the opportunity to share your experiences and questions with the community. You can create your own account and become member giving you access to all the content from past editions of LINNC and the opportunity to communicate with other members via your personal dashboard.
Of course, you’ll also find all the information you need to attend the course. For its 15th anniversary, the Live Interventional Neuroradiology and Neurosurgery Course (LINNC) will be taking place in the Carrousel du Louvre in Paris.
The course continues to evolve, aiming to provide you the best in medical education - this year six experienced teams, worldwide, will participate in live transmissions.
LINNC 2012 cases will be focussing on the very singular alchemy that brings operators, materials and medical strategies together. Indeed no therapeutic procedure can rely solely on technology, even the most sophisticated.
I wish you a rewarding visit to LINNC online and we hope that this new interactive resource will help you continue furthering your knowledge in your personal practice.
Laurent Spelle, MD, PhD
Editorial Director of LINNC online
Professor of Interventional Neuroradiology
NEURI, the Brain Vascular Center - www.neuri.fr
Beaujon University Hospital