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2012 Annual Scientific Meeting®

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Event : AHS108


Session : AHS1201
The Fred Sheftell, MD, Post-traumatic Headache Series: Military Traumatic Brain Injury and Post-traumatic Headache
Conference : 2012 Annual Scientific Meeting
Speaker(s) :
  • Course Directors: Alan G. Finkel, MD, FAHS; Ann I. Scher, PhD, FAHS
  • Introduction: Military Traumatic Brain Injuries: Mild, Common, and Unique
  • At the conclusion of this session, attendees will be better able to: - Describe the unique head injuries sustained in the Global War on Terrorism and the prevalence of headache in the military - Consider the mechanism of injury in post-traumatic and other secondary headaches - Describe the similarities and differences between civilian and military mild Traumatic Brain Injury
  • Physician core competency(s) related to this presentation: Patient Care, Medical Knowledge, System-based Practice


Session : AHS1202
Americas and Asian Pacific Joint Symposium
Conference : 2012 Annual Scientific Meeting
Speaker(s) :
  • Co-chairs: Fumihiko Sakai, MD; Shuu-Jiun Wang, MD;
  • Part 1 – Asian Pacific Updates; Presenter: Taiwan: Wei Ta Chen, MD; At the conclusion of this presentation, attendees should be better able to: - Acquire the basic knowledge about how to measure and interpret visual cortex excitability using magnetoencephalography - Understand the characterization and pathophysiological implications of visual cortex excitability in chronic migraine - Acquire the therapeutic implications for chronic migraine from visual cortex excitability studies using magnetoencephalography - Physician core competency(s) related to this presentation: Medical Knowledge, Patient Care
  • Presenter: Japan: Toshihiko Shimizu, MD, PhD; At the conclusion of this presentation, attendees should be better able to: - Acquire the knowledge concerning the function and distribution of the transient receptor potential vanilloid subfamily member 1 (TRPV1) - Recall the function of Botulinum neurotoxin type-A - Comprehend the findings, which occurred in the trigeminal ganglion of rat after Botulinum neurotoxin type-A administration Physician core competency(s) related to this presentation: Medical Knowledge
  • Presenter: China: Shenyuan Yu, MD; At the conclusion of this presentation, attendees should be better able to: - Discuss the cross-sectional association between body-mass index (BMI) and prevalence, severity, frequency and disability of migraine in a nationwide sample of China mainland adults Physician core competency(s) related to this presentation: Medical Knowledge
  • Part 2 – Americas Update; Co-chairs: Werner J. Becker, MD; Michel Volcy, MD; Presenter: Mexico: Alejandro Marfil, MD; At the conclusion of this presentation, attendees should be better able to: - Discuss research in the field of headache in Mexico - Physician core competency(s) related to this presentation: Medical Knowledge
  • Presenter: Brazil: Marcelo Valença, MD, PhD; At the conclusion of this presentation, attendees should be better able to: - Discuss the “no man’s land” between migraine and tension-type headache - Recognize that there exists a continuum of different forms of attacks ranging from TTH to migraine whose differentiation might be accomplished through the application of a diagnostic score yet to be validated for this purpose - Recognize that osmophobia may be a specific marker to differentiate migraine from TTH, which suggests it should be included in the diagnostic criteria of migraine - Physician core competency(s) related to this presentation: Medical Knowledge
  • Presenter: Colombia: Yuri Takeuchi, MD; At the conclusion of this presentation, attendees should be better able to: - Discuss epidemiological overview of migraine prevalence in Colombia and other Latin America countries - Discuss the clinical characteristics and patterns of medication use of migraineurs in Colombia and other Latin America countries - Physician core competency(s) related to this presentation: Systems-based Practice


Session : AHS1203
Neuroimaging Update - Headache for Clinicians
Conference : 2012 Annual Scientific Meeting
Speaker(s) :
  • Chair: Andrew C. Charles, MD
  • Clinical Basics and Update - Joseph M. Hoxworth, MD
  • At the conclusion of this presentation, attendees should be better able to: - Identify imaging findings in headache patients for whom there is clinical concern for acute intracranial abnormality - Describe technologic aspects of imaging that may be useful for specific types of headache - Summarize different myelographic techniques utilized for the localization of spinal CSF leaks - Physician core competency(s) related to this presentation: Medical Knowledge
  • Research Basics and Update - Andrew C. Charles, MD
  • At the conclusion of this presentation, attendees should be better able to: - Describe recent brain imaging research related to headache - Identify brain imaging techniques that are being applied to headache - Apply recent imaging research in headache to clinical practice - Physician core competency(s) related to this presentation: Patient Care, Medical Knowledge


Session : AHS1204
Keynote Speaker: Migraine With and Without Aura– Is There a Difference?
Conference : 2012 Annual Scientific Meeting
Speaker(s) :
  • Jes Olesen, MD
  • At the conclusion of this presentation, attendees should be better able to: - Understand the difference in epidemiology between these two forms of migraine - Understand the differences between MA and MO mechanisms - Appreciate the paucity of studies in pure materials of MA and our relative ignorance about differences in treatments between MA and MO - Physician core competency(s) related to this presentation: Patient Care, Medical Knowledge


Session : AHS1205
Plenary Session I - Role of the Cortex in Migraine
Conference : 2012 Annual Scientific Meeting
Speaker(s) :
  • Chair: R. Allan Purdy, MD, FAHS
  • Introduction - R. Allan Purdy, MD, FAHS
  • Cortical Wiring in Migraine - Rami Burstein, PhD; At the conclusion of this presentation, attendees should be better able to: - Understand thalamocortical connections that make the final limb of the trigeminovascular pathway - Understand the novel framework in which we now conceptualize and test new hypothesis about migraine headache and its associated symptoms - Recognize the difficulties in assigning particular role in migraine to specific cortical areas - Physician core competency(s) related to this presentation: Medical Knowledge
  • Imaging the Cortex in Migraine - Till Sprenger, MD; At the conclusion of this presentation, attendees should be better able to: - Describe how functional and structural imaging can be used to study the cortex in migraine - Identify the brain areas implicated in migraine pathogenesis - Recognize how different brain areas may be implicated in different phases of a migraine attack - Physician core competency(s) related to this presentation: Medical Knowledge
  • Clinical Implications of Cortical Studies - Todd J. Schwedt, MD; At the conclusion of this presentation, attendees should be better able to: - Indicate that cortical regions participate in several different domains of pain perception - Recognize that migraineurs have atypical cortical processing of sensory stimuli - Discuss how atypical cortical processing of sensory stimuli could relate to migraine symptoms - Physician core competency(s) related to this presentation: Medical Knowledge


Session : AHS1206
Seymour Solomon Award Lecture
Conference : 2012 Annual Scientific Meeting
Speaker(s) :
  • Presenter: Seymour Solomon, MD; Awardee: Fabrizio Benedetti, MD
  • Placebo Responses: How Therapeutic Rituals Change the Patient’s Brain - Introduction and Presentation of Award
  • At the conclusion of this presentation, attendees should be better able to: - Illustrate the neurobiological basis of the placebo responses across a variety of medical conditions and therapeutic interventions - Apply knowledge of the neurobiology of the placebo response to both research and clinical practice - Utilize new experimental designs in the clinical trials setting - Physician core competency(s) related to this presentation: Medical Knowledge


Session : AHS1207
Special Clinical Lecture
Conference : 2012 Annual Scientific Meeting
Speaker(s) :
  • Chair: Robert B. Daroff, MD, FAHS
  • Vestibular and Cochlear Systems in Migraine - Yoon-Hee Cha, MD
  • At the conclusion of this presentation, attendees should be better able to: - Comprehend the potential and limitations of vestibular and auditory diagnostic testing in the evaluation of patients with migraine - Improve evaluation of vestibular and cochlear abnormalities in patients with migraine by understanding the spectrum of abnormalities that can be seen in migraine - Communicate with patients about how their vestibular and cochlear symptoms may be related to their history of migraine - Physician core competency(s) related to this presentation: Medical Knowledge, Practice-based Learning and Improvement, Interpersonal and Communication Skills


Session : AHS1208
Harold G. Wolff Lecture Award
Conference : 2012 Annual Scientific Meeting
Speaker(s) :
  • Chair: David W. Dodick, MD, FAHS
  • Case in Kinase Iä Mutations in Familial Migraine with Aura - Robert E. Shapiro, MD, PhD, University of Vermont


Session : AHS1209
Evaluation and Management of Concussion and Headache in Children and Adolescents
Conference : 2012 Annual Scientific Meeting
Speaker(s) :
  • Presented by the Pediatric-Adolescent Headache Special Interest Section
  • Overview of Pediatric Concussion and Headache - Heidi Blume, MD, MPH; At the conclusion of this presentation, attendees should be better able to: - Identify and utilize appropriate guidelines and tools for management of concussion in children and adolescents, including return-to-play guidelines - Discuss and perform an appropriate evaluation of acute and chronic postconcussion headache and post-concussion symptoms in children and adolescents - Identify and develop appropriate pharmacological and non-pharmacological treatment strategies for post-concussive headaches in children and adolescents - Physician core competency(s) related to this presentation: Patient Care, Medical Knowledge, Practice-based Learning and Improvement, Interpersonal and Communication Skills, Professionalism
  • Acute Concussion and Post-concussion Headaches - Jason Lerner, MD; At the conclusion of this presentation, attendees should be better able to: - Identify an acute concussion in children and use appropriate on site evaluations for the diagnosis - Apply the guidelines for management of acute concussion in children including the graded return-to-play protocol - Recognize the relationship between acute concussion and headaches - Physician core competency(s) related to this presentation: Patient Care, Medical Knowledge, Practice-based Learning and Improvement, System-based Practice
  • Neuropsychology and School Issues with Concussion and Post-concussion Headaches - Scott Powers, PhD, FAHS; At the conclusion of this presentation, attendees should be better able to: - Utilize current evidence to describe the cognitive, emotional, and behavioral symptoms that can occur in children and adolescents following concussion - Identify limitations of current knowledge about the cognitive, emotional, and behavioral symptoms that can occur in children and adolescents following concussion - Assist children with post-concussion headaches and their families as they work with teachers and school - Physician core competency(s) related to this presentation: Patient Care, Medical Knowledge, Practice-based Learning and Improvement
  • Chronic Post-traumatic Headaches in Pediatrics - A. David Rothner, MD, FAHS


Session : AHS1210
New Science in Headache Medicine
Conference : 2012 Annual Scientific Meeting
Speaker(s) :
  • Co-chairs: R. Allan Purdy, MD, FAHS; Joel R. Saper, MD
  • Opioid Receptors in Migraine - Amynah Pradhan, PhD; At the conclusion of this presentation, attendees should be better able to: - Differentiate the opioid receptors and how they relate to migraine - Outline different preclinical models of migraine - Comprehend the preclinical evidence that indicates that the delta opioid receptor may be a promising therapeutic target for the treatment of migraine - Physician core competency(s) related to this presentation: Medical Knowledge
  • Chloride Channels in Migraine - Michael S. Gold, PhD; At the conclusion of this presentation, attendees should be better able to: - Discuss relative contribution of ion channels that control the excitability of dural afferents and how changes in the balance of these ion channels contributes to migraine pain and the possibility of novel therapeutic interventions - Discuss how the regulation of intracellular Cl- can profoundly influence the impact of inflammatory mediators on the excitability of dural afferents - Discuss why it is possible if not necessary to use therapeutic interventions specific for migraine pain - Physician core competency(s) related to this presentation: Medical Knowledge
  • Brainstem and Diencephalic Modulation of the Trigeminovascular System - Simon Akerman, PhD; At the conclusion of this presentation, attendees should be better able to: - Summarize how nuclei in the brainstem and diencephalic structures are able to modulate trigeminovascular nociceptive traffic, related to the head and face - Identify the preclinical evidence from many assays that supports these data - Identify the connections the trigeminovascular system makes with the brainstem and diencephalic areas of the brain that contribute to the symptomology experienced during migraine and other primary headaches - Recognize that many headache disorders are disorders of the brain and symptoms of these disorders are ultimately a consequence of neurological changes in the brain - Physician core competency(s) related to this presentation: Medical Knowledge, Practice-based Learning and Improvement



     


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