Track Categories

The track category is the heading under which your abstract will be reviewed and later published in the conference printed matters if accepted. During the submission process, you will be asked to select one track category for your abstract.

stroke is a medical emergency that occurs when blood flow to a part of the brain is interrupted or reduced, causing brain cells to die. Research on stroke is ongoing and constantly evolving, with new studies and findings emerging regularly. Here are some recent developments and areas of active research in stroke as of 2023. Some potential topics that may be discussed at a stroke conference in 2023 could include the latest advancements in stroke research, new stroke prevention strategies, innovative stroke treatments, updates on stroke rehabilitation techniques, and insights into the latest technologies used to diagnose and treat stroke.

  • Track 1-1  Ischemic Stroke
  • Track 1-2  Transient Ischemic Attack or Mini-Stroke
  • Track 1-3  Hemorrhagic Stroke
  • Track 1-4  Major Depressive Disorder (MDD)
  • Track 1-5  Stroke Treatment

Neurological disorders refer to a wide range of conditions that affect the nervous system, including the brain, spinal cord, and nerves. These disorders can cause a variety of symptoms, depending on which part of the nervous system is affected. These recent developments demonstrate the ongoing progress in understanding and treating neurological disorders, and offer hope for improved outcomes for patients in the future. conferences on neurological disorders provide a forum for experts in the field to share their knowledge and insights, and to collaborate on advancing research and improving patient care.

  • Track 2-1  Common neurological disorders
  • Track 2-2  Emerging research
  • Track 2-3  Diagnosis and treatment
  • Track 2-4  Prevention and management
  • Track 2-5  Co-occurring conditions

Alzheimers disease and other dementias are a group of neurological disorders that affect cognitive function, including memory, thinking, and behavior. It is a complex and multifaceted condition that has been extensively studied by researchers around the world. Here are some of the most notable recent findings and areas of research. Current treatments for Alzheimers disease and other dementias, including pharmacological and non-pharmacological interventions

  • Track 3-1  Causes and risk factors for Alzheimers disease and other dementias
  • Track 3-2  Early warning signs and symptoms of dementias like Alzheimers illness
  • Track 3-3  Alzheimers disease and other dementias diagnosis and testing
  • Track 3-4  Therapy options for dementias including Alzheimers and others
  • Track 3-5  Preventive methods for dementias like Alzheimers and others

It is caused by the degeneration of dopamine-producing neurons in the brain, which leads to a shortage of dopamine, a neurotransmitter that helps to regulate movement. Parkinson's disease is a complex neurodegenerative disorder that affects the central nervous system.It typically develops gradually and can cause symptoms such as tremors, rigidity, slowness of movement, and difficulty with balance and coordination.

  • Track 4-1  Symptoms of Parkinsons disease
  • Track 4-2  Causes of Parkinsons disease
  • Track 4-3  Diagnosis of Parkinsons disease
  • Track 4-4  Treatment options for Parkinsons disease
  • Track 4-5  Management of non-motor symptoms of Parkinsons disease

The systematic process of assessing the potential risk of stroke that could be associated with a planned activity is known as risk assessment of stroke.. A stroke is a serious and potentially life-threatening medical condition that occurs when the blood supply to the brain is disrupted, leading to brain damage or even death. the sessions will aim to provide a comprehensive overview of stroke, its risk factors, prevention strategies, and treatment options.

  • Track 5-1  Primary and Secondary Prevention Strategies
  • Track 5-2  Lifestyle Modifications
  • Track 5-3  Medications for Stroke Prevention
  • Track 5-4  Novel Approaches to Stroke Prevention
  • Track 5-5  Identifying and Managing Risk Factors

Stroke is a medical condition that occurs when blood flow to the brain is disrupted, either by a blockage or bleeding in the brain Mental health refers to a person's.General psychological health, including their ability to operate socially, emotionally, and cognitively Research published in JAMA Neurology found that more than half of stroke survivors experience cognitive impairment, including problems with memory, attention, and executive function. the goal of your presentation should be to raise awareness of the importance of addressing mental health issues in stroke rehabilitation and to provide practical strategies for improving mental health outcomes in this population.

  • Track 6-1  The impact of stroke on mental health
  • Track 6-2  Screening and assessment of mental health issues in stroke survivors
  • Track 6-3  Evidence-based interventions for improving mental health in stroke survivors
  • Track 6-4  Social factors and mental health in stroke survivors
  • Track 6-5  Technology-based interventions for improving mental health in stroke survivors

Cerebrovascular disease is the cause of various disorders in the blood vessels of the brain that disrupt cerebral blood circulation. The impairment of blood supply to the brain often results in a stroke. Recent research in the field of cerebrovascular disease has focused on various topics such as identifying risk factors for stroke, improving diagnosis and treatment options, and developing new therapies to prevent and treat these conditions. The specific focus of the session would depend on the goals of the conference and the interests of the attendees.

  • Track 7-1  Ischemic stroke
  • Track 7-2  Hemorrhagic stroke
  • Track 7-3  Transient ischemic attack
  • Track 7-4  Risk factors for cerebrovascular disease
  • Track 7-5  Diagnosis and evaluation of cerebrovascular disease

Neurodegenerative diseases are a group of disorders characterized by the progressive degeneration or death of nerve cells (neurons) in the central nervous system (brain and spinal cord) or the peripheral nervous system. Stress is a physiological and psychological response to challenging or threatening situations. The trends in neurodegenerative diseases and stress research involve a deeper understanding of the underlying mechanisms, genetic factors, and lifestyle influences, as well as the development of novel therapeutic approaches and stress management strategies to improve the overall well-being of individuals at risk for or affected by these conditions. These sessions aim to facilitate collaboration, knowledge sharing, and the development of effective strategies for both preventing and managing neurodegenerative diseases and stress-related conditions.

  • Track 8-1  Neurotransmitter Dysregulation
  • Track 8-2  Neuroinflammation
  • Track 8-3  Psychological Factors
  • Track 8-4  Biological Mechanisms
  • Track 8-5  Stress as a Risk Factor

Neurological disorders and stroke are medical conditions that affect the nervous system, which includes the brain, spinal cord, and peripheral nerves. These conditions can have a wide range of symptoms and can impact a person's ability to move, think, communicate, and perform daily activities. Understanding these trends and their drivers is crucial for healthcare professionals, policymakers, and researchers to develop effective strategies for prevention, early diagnosis, and treatment of neurological disorders and stroke. To find the most up-to-date information on sessions related to neurological disorders and stroke, you should consult the official websites of relevant medical conferences and organizations, or use specialized medical databases and search tools.

  • Track 9-1  Stroke and Cerebrovascular Disorders
  • Track 9-2  Neurodegenerative Diseases
  • Track 9-3  Neuropsychiatry and Mental Health
  • Track 9-4  Neurological Disorders in Pediatrics
  • Track 9-5  Rehabilitation and Neurorehabilitation

Alzheimer's Disease and Parkinson's Disease are two distinct neurodegenerative disorders that primarily affect the nervous system, leading to cognitive and motor impairments, respectively. Trends in Alzheimer's and Parkinson's diseases are shaped by a complex interplay of demographic shifts, scientific advances, lifestyle choices, and healthcare access. Understanding these factors is essential for developing effective strategies for prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of these neurodegenerative diseases. The sessions aim to provide a comprehensive overview of Alzheimer's and Parkinson's diseases, from understanding their underlying mechanisms to discussing current treatments and future directions in research and care.

  • Track 10-1  Early-Onset Alzheimers Disease
  • Track 10-2  Familial Alzheimers Disease
  • Track 10-3  Idiopathic Parkinsons Disease
  • Track 10-4  Atypical Parkinsonism
  • Track 10-5  Secondary Parkinsonism

The Gut-Brain Axis refers to the bidirectional communication system between the gastrointestinal tract (the gut) and the brain. It involves complex interactions between the central nervous system (CNS), which includes the brain and spinal cord, and the enteric nervous system (ENS), which is a specialized network of neurons located in the gut. These two systems are connected through various pathways, including neural, hormonal, and immune signaling. Neurodegeneration, on the other hand, is a term used to describe the progressive loss of structure and function of neurons in the brain.



  • Track 11-1  Potential Therapeutic Strategies
  • Track 11-2  Gut-Brain Axis and the Immune System
  • Track 11-3  The Influence of Gut Microbiota on Neurotransmitters
  • Track 11-4  Gut Permeability and Neuroinflammation
  • Track 11-5  Microbiota Composition and Neurodegenerative Diseases

Neurosurgery is a branch of medicine that focuses on the surgical treatment of conditions affecting the nervous system, including the brain, spinal cord, and nerves. One recent development in neurosurgery is the increasing use of minimally invasive techniques. These techniques involve the use of small incisions and specialized tools to access and treat the brain or nervous system.

  • Track 12-1  Brain surgery
  • Track 12-2  Spine surgery
  • Track 12-3  Peripheral nerve surgery
  • Track 12-4  Pediatric Neurosurgery
  • Track 12-5  Functional Neurosurgery

Diagnostic tests and imaging techniques are important tools for a neurology physician to confirm and treat the presence of neurological disorders and associated medical conditions. Neuro diagnosis and imaging techniques have focused on improving the speed, accuracy, and specificity of these methods, as well as developing new techniques for analyzing and interpreting the data they provide. Neuro Diagnosis and Imaging Techniques would provide a platform for experts in the field to share their knowledge, exchange ideas, and discuss the latest advances in this rapidly evolving field.

  • Track 13-1  Neuroimaging Techniques
  • Track 13-2  Diagnostic challenges and solutions
  • Track 13-3  Functional Neuroimaging
  • Track 13-4  Neurological Disorders and Imaging
  • Track 13-5  Future of Neuroimaging

Depression and anxiety are two common mental health conditions that can significantly impact a person's life. While they are distinct disorders, they often co-occur, with individuals experiencing symptoms of both depression and anxiety. Depression and anxiety can have on stroke survivors. By improving our understanding of these conditions and developing effective treatments, we can help to improve outcomes for stroke survivors and enhance their quality of life. A conference session on stroke, depression, and anxiety could provide valuable insights into the complex interplay between these conditions and the ways in which they can be effectively managed and treated in the context of stroke rehabilitation.

  • Track 14-1  Major Depressive Disorder (MDD)
  • Track 14-2  Psychotic Depression
  • Track 14-3  Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD)
  • Track 14-4  Panic Disorder
  • Track 14-5  Social Anxiety Disorder (SAD)

Behavioral neurology is a branch of neurology that focuses on the relationship between the brain and behavior. It involves the study of how damage or dysfunction in specific areas of the brain can affect cognitive, emotional, and behavioral functioning in individuals. The recent research developments in behavioral neurology highlight the complex interactions between the brain, behavior, and disease, and point to potential new approaches for treating neurological conditions. A behavioral Neurology session at a conference is an opportunity to learn about the latest research and clinical practices related to the relationship between the brain and behavior.

  • Track 15-1  Social Anxiety Disorder (SAD)
  • Track 15-2  Neuropsychological assessment and diagnosis
  • Track 15-3  Neural mechanisms of behavior
  • Track 15-4  Neuroplasticity and rehabilitation
  • Track 15-5  Neuropsychiatric disorders

stroke is a medical emergency that occurs when blood flow to the brain is interrupted, either by a blockage (ischemic stroke) or bleeding (hemorrhagic stroke). Stroke management involves a variety of interventions aimed at reducing brain damage, preventing complications, and promoting recovery. Developments in stroke management research have led to significant improvements in stroke outcomes, highlighting the importance of ongoing research and innovation in this field. In this session, we will discuss stroke and its management. A stroke is a medical emergency that occurs when blood flow to a part of the brain is disrupted. This can lead to brain damage and long-term disabilities.

  • Track 16-1  Thrombolytic therapy
  • Track 16-2  Endovascular therapy
  • Track 16-3  Blood pressure management
  • Track 16-4  Antiplatelet or anticoagulant therapy
  • Track 16-5  Rehabilitation

Stroke rehabilitation and recovery refer to the process of helping individuals who have suffered a stroke to regain their physical, mental, and emotional abilities. Stroke rehabilitation and recovery are areas of ongoing research, and there have been numerous studies exploring various approaches to improve outcomes for stroke patients. Here are a few key areas of research Stroke rehabilitation is a process of helping a person recover and regain their independence after a stroke. Stroke rehabilitation involves a range of treatments and therapies to help patients regain their ability to perform daily activities such as walking, speaking, and using their arms and legs.

  • Track 17-1  Caregiver Support
  • Track 17-2  Stroke Prevention
  • Track 17-3  Emotional Support
  • Track 17-4  Assistive Technology
  • Track 17-5  Cognitive Rehabilitation

Stroke prevention strategies refer to measures that individuals can take to reduce their risk of having a stroke, which is a serious medical condition that occurs when blood flow to the brain is interrupted. Stroke prevention strategies have the potential to significantly reduce the incidence and impact of stroke. However, ongoing research is needed to stroke prevention is a multifaceted approach that involves controlling risk factors, using medications and procedures when appropriate, and making lifestyle changes to reduce the risk of stroke. further refine these strategies and ensure that they are accessible and effective for all patients.

  • Track 18-1  Anticoagulants
  • Track 18-2  Antiplatelet agents
  • Track 18-3  Carotid endarterectomy
  • Track 18-4  Lifestyle changes
  • Track 18-5  Novel technologies

Ischemic stroke occurs when a blood vessel supplying blood to the brain is blocked, leading to a lack of oxygen and nutrients to the brain tissue Ischemic stroke is a medical emergency that occurs when there is a disruption of blood flow to the brain, resulting in damage to brain tissue. It is a leading cause of disability and death worldwide, making it a critical area of research. diagnosis and management of ischemic stroke requires a multidisciplinary approach involving neurologists, radiologists, and other healthcare professionals to ensure optimal outcomes for patients.

  • Track 19-1  Signs and Symptoms of Ischemic Stroke
  • Track 19-2  Diagnostic Tests for Ischemic Stroke
  • Track 19-3  Acute Treatment of Ischemic Stroke
  • Track 19-4  Secondary Prevention of Ischemic Stroke
  • Track 19-5  Rehabilitation after Ischemic Stroke

Stroke rehabilitation refers to the process of helping a person who has suffered a stroke recover and regain as much independence and functionality as possible. Field of stroke rehabilitation is constantly evolving and new research is being conducted to find new and effective ways to help stroke survivors recover their function and quality of life. a session on stroke rehabilitation aims to provide education, support, and practical strategies to help stroke patients recover their functions, regain their independence, and improve their quality of life.

  • Track 20-1  Physical Therapy for Stroke Rehabilitation
  • Track 20-2  Speech Therapy for Stroke Rehabilitation
  • Track 20-3  Occupational Therapy for Stroke Rehabilitation
  • Track 20-4  Cognitive Rehabilitation for Stroke Patients
  • Track 20-5  Assistive Technologies for Stroke Rehabilitation

Neurological disorders coexisting with stroke refer to the presence of additional neurological conditions or disorders that a person may have alongside a stroke. Research into the coexistence of stroke and other neurological disorders is important for improving our understanding of these conditions and developing effective treatment strategies. It is important to note that stroke can also cause neurological complications, such as paralysis, sensory disturbances, and speech difficulties. Rehabilitation and ongoing medical care are important for people with stroke and coexisting neurological disorders.

  • Track 21-1  Dementia and Stroke
  • Track 21-2  Parkinsons Disease and Stroke
  • Track 21-3  Multiple Sclerosis and Stroke
  • Track 21-4  Migraine and Stroke
  • Track 21-5  Sleep Disorders and Stroke

Ischemic stroke is a type of stroke that occurs when the blood supply to a part of the brain is interrupted or reduced, usually due to a blood clot that develops in a cerebral artery that carries blood. Risk factors. ongoing research is shedding light on the causes and potential treatments for ischemic stroke, which could help improve outcomes for patients in the future. Ischemic stroke occurs when there is a blockage in the blood vessels that supply blood to the brain, resulting in a lack of oxygen and nutrients to the affected area.

  • Track 22-1  Risk factors for ischemic stroke
  • Track 22-2  Diagnosis and treatment of ischemic stroke
  • Track 22-3  Rehabilitation after ischemic stroke
  • Track 22-4  Prevention of ischemic stroke
  • Track 22-5  Neuroplasticity and ischemic stroke

A hemorrhagic stroke is a type of stroke that occurs when a blood vessel in the brain ruptures and bleeds into the surrounding brain tissue, causing damage and potentially life-threatening complications. Recent research has focused on improving the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of this condition. A session on hemorrhagic stroke would aim to provide a comprehensive understanding of this type of stroke, from its causes and symptoms to its diagnosis, treatment, and prevention.

  • Track 23-1  Causes of subarachnoid haemorrhage
  • Track 23-2  Symptoms of subarachnoid haemorrhage
  • Track 23-3  Treatment of subarachnoid haemorrhage
  • Track 23-4  Prognosis and recovery after subarachnoid haemorrhage
  • Track 23-5  Prevention of subarachnoid haemorrhage

In stroke rehabilitation, TMS is used to help patients regain function in affected areas of the brain. Recent research suggests that TMS can be effective in improving motor function and promoting recovery after stroke. Recent research suggests that TMS can be effective in improving motor function and promoting recovery after stroke. For example, a 2021 study published in the journal Brain Stimulation found that combining TMS with intensive physical therapy improved motor function in stroke patients more than physical therapy alone.

  • Track 24-1  Future Directions in TMS for Stroke Rehabilitation
  • Track 24-2  Safety and Side Effects of TMS in Stroke Rehabilitation
  • Track 24-3  Applications of TMS in Stroke Rehabilitation
  • Track 24-4  Mechanisms of Action of TMS in Stroke Rehabilitation
  • Track 24-5  Cognitive and language recovery

The use of stem cells in stroke therapy involves transplanting these cells into the affected area of the brain in the hopes of promoting repair and regeneration of damaged tissue. suggests that stem cell therapy has the potential to be an effective treatment option for stroke. Further studies are needed to determine the optimal conditions for stem cell therapy and to ensure its safety and efficacy in stroke patients. The Use of Stem Cells in Stroke Therapy is likely to bring together experts from various disciplines who are working towards improving stroke outcomes through stem cell-based therapies.

  • Track 25-1  Mechanisms of Stem Cell Action in Stroke Treatment
  • Track 25-2  Preclinical Studies of Stem Cell Therapy in Stroke
  • Track 25-3  The Promise of Stem Cells in Stroke Therapy
  • Track 25-4  Understanding Stroke and its Effects
  • Track 25-5  Stroke Clinical Studies of Stem Cell Treatment

Stroke refers to a sudden interruption of blood flow to the brain, which can result in various symptoms such as paralysis, difficulty speaking or understanding language, vision problems, and cognitive impairment. Vascular dementia, on the other hand, is a type of dementia that is caused by damage to the blood vessels in the brain. It also underscores the need for continued research into the underlying mechanisms of these conditions, in order to develop more effective treatments and preventive strategies. A range of symptoms, including weakness or numbness in the face, arms or legs, difficulty speaking or understanding speech, loss of vision or blurred vision, and severe headache

  • Track 26-1  Risk factors and prevention strategies for stroke and vascular dementia
  • Track 26-2  Symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment options for stroke and vascular dementia
  • Track 26-3  Cognitive and functional changes in stroke and vascular dementia
  • Track 26-4  Caregiving and support for stroke and vascular dementia patients and their families
  • Track 26-5  Research and latest advancements in stroke and vascular dementia management

New insights into the pathophysiology of stroke refer to the emerging understanding of the complex mechanisms that lead to the occurrence of stroke. new insights into the pathophysiology of stroke are helping researchers to develop new treatments and strategies to prevent and treat this debilitating condition. Attendees of the session will gain new insights into the pathophysiology of stroke, which may have implications for the development of new treatment strategies and therapies for stroke patients.

  • Track 27-1  Uncovering the Molecular Mechanisms of Stroke
  • Track 27-2  Beyond the Blood-Brain Barrier
  • Track 27-3  Neuroplasticity in Stroke Recovery
  • Track 27-4  The Gut-Brain Axis in Stroke
  • Track 27-5  Ischemic vs Hemorrhagic Stroke

Stroke research and clinical trials are crucial aspects of medical science aimed at advancing our understanding of stroke, improving treatment options, and ultimately enhancing patient outcomes. These endeavors involve scientific investigations and studies conducted to explore various aspects of stroke, including its causes, prevention, diagnosis, treatment strategies, and rehabilitation. Stroke research encompasses a broad range of disciplines, including neurology, cardiology, radiology, genetics, epidemiology, and rehabilitation medicine. Researchers explore different facets of stroke, such as the underlying mechanisms, risk factors, genetic predispositions, and the impact of lifestyle choices on stroke occurrence. They investigate new diagnostic techniques, imaging modalities, and biomarkers that can aid in the early detection and accurate diagnosis of stroke.

  • Track 28-1  Stroke Recovery and Secondary Prevention
  • Track 28-2  Stroke Imaging and Diagnostics
  • Track 28-3  Stroke Rehabilitation
  • Track 28-4  Acute Stroke Treatment
  • Track 28-5  Prevention and Risk Factor Modification

Stroke is typically associated with older adults, but it can also affect young adults, which is defined as individuals under the age of 45. Recent research has shed light on the incidence, risk factors, and outcomes of stroke in young adults. the goal of the session should be to increase awareness of stroke in young adults and provide information and resources to help prevent, diagnose, and manage the condition.

  • Track 29-1  Risk factors for stroke in young adults
  • Track 29-2  Diagnostic tools for identifying stroke in young adults
  • Track 29-3  Prevention strategies for stroke in young adults
  • Track 29-4  Treatment options for stroke in young adults
  • Track 29-5  Psychosocial impact of stroke in young adults

Telemedicine in stroke care refers to the use of remote communication technology to provide medical care and consultation to stroke patients who are not physically present in the same location as their healthcare providers. studies demonstrate the potential benefits of telemedicine in stroke care, including faster diagnosis and treatment, improved patient outcomes, and increased access to care in rural or remote areas. it is important to note that telemedicine should not replace in-person care when necessary and that the use of telemedicine in stroke care should be guided by clinical practice guidelines and standards of care.

  • Track 30-1  Overview of Telemedicine in Stroke Care
  • Track 30-2  Telestroke Networks
  • Track 30-3  Telemedicine and Acute Stroke Treatment
  • Track 30-4  Telemedicine for Stroke Rehabilitation
  • Track 30-5  Remote Monitoring for Stroke Prevention

Post-stroke cognitive impairment (PSCI) refers to a decline in cognitive abilities that occurs after a person has had a stroke. studies highlight the importance of identifying and managing PSCI in stroke survivors and suggest that interventions such as cognitive rehabilitation and prevention strategies may be effective in improving cognitive outcomes. we can discuss post-stroke cognitive impairment in this session. Post-stroke cognitive impairment is a common complication following a stroke, which can significantly affect a person's quality of life and daily functioning.

  • Track 31-1  Risk factors for post-stroke cognitive impairment
  • Track 31-2  Diagnosis of post-stroke cognitive impairment
  • Track 31-3  Treatment of post-stroke cognitive impairment
  • Track 31-4  Prevention of post-stroke cognitive impairment
  • Track 31-5  Prognosis of post-stroke cognitive impairment

stroke, also known as a cerebrovascular accident (CVA), is a medical emergency that occurs when the blood supply to a part of the brain is disrupted, leading to brain damage or cell death. Cardiovascular conditions refer to a range of diseases that affect the heart and blood vessels. research in stroke and cardiovascular conditions is helping to improve our understanding of these complex health issues and develop new treatments and interventions to improve patient outcomes. The specific focus and content of the conference will depend on the goals and objectives of the organizers and the needs and interests of the attendees.

  • Track 32-1  Stroke in older adults
  • Track 32-2  Stroke treatment and rehabilitation
  • Track 32-3  Transient ischemic attack
  • Track 32-4  Coronary artery disease
  • Track 32-5  Heart attack

Brain and neuromuscular conditions are medical conditions that affect the brain, spinal cord, nerves, and muscles. These conditions can be caused by genetic factors, infections, injuries, and other factors. research in the field of brain and neuromuscular conditions is rapidly advancing, and new treatments and therapies are being developed that may help to improve the lives of millions of people worldwide. A session on brain and neuromuscular conditions could cover a wide range of topics related to the diagnosis, treatment, and management of these complex and challenging conditions.

  • Track 33-1  Brain tumors
  • Track 33-2  Cerebral palsy
  • Track 33-3  Autism spectrum disorders
  • Track 33-4  Radiculopathy
  • Track 33-5  Carpal tunnel syndrome

The term "Neurological Consequences of COVID-19" refers to the range of possible effects that COVID-19, the disease caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus, may have on the nervous system. The neurological consequences of COVID-19 are still being studied, it is clear that the virus can have significant impacts on the brain and nervous system. If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, it is important to seek medical attention from a healthcare professional. They may recommend various treatments or therapies to manage your symptoms and help you recover.

  • Track 34-1  Neurological symptoms associated with COVID-19
  • Track 34-2  Possible mechanisms of neurological damage in COVID-19
  • Track 34-3  COVID-19 and stroke
  • Track 34-4  COVID-19 and encephalitis
  • Track 34-5  COVID-19 and Guillain-Barre syndrome