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Dear IFNE members, friends and colleagues,Although many of us had hoped that the COVID-19 pandemic would be over in the second half of the year, it is still going on and even worse in many regions. Read More
Karl Storz has reevaluate the decision to withdraw from the field of neuroendoscopy and spine surgery.
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29-30 October 2022 | Hyderbad, IndiaHANDS ON WORKSHOP ON - ENDOSCOPY AND ROBOT - HANDS ON WITH EXOSCOPE (DIGITAL SURGICAL MICROSCOPE) - HANDS ON ULTRASOUND AND ENDOSCOPY - HANDS ON FLEXIBLE ENDOSCOPY
The Executive Board of the International Federation of Neuroendoscopy is shocked by the Russian aggression against the Ukraine. In the 21st century, war is not an option to solve conflicts of interest.
Another strange year comes to an end. Although we all had hoped that in 2021 the pandemic would be overcome, the disaster went on. With the appearance of the Omicron variant, it may get worse if the epidemiologists are right.
Dear members of the International Federation of Neuroendoscopy,It is with great pleasure to report that the IFNE neuroendoscopy course in Moscow took place as a face-to-face event. That was really a highlight in another year which was dominated by the corona pandemic.
Although many of us had hoped that the COVID-19 pandemic would be over in the second half of the year, it is still going on and even worse in many regions. Thus, it is pretty clear that no major meetings will take place this year all over the world.
We are experiencing a strange time. Worldwide the coronavirus has affected our life. What initially started in China, has spread very rapidly all over the world. Many cities and regions are lockdown to delay the spread of the virus. The capacity of our health systems cannot compete with that rapid spread.
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