3rd Yemeni conference for neurosurgery starts in Sanaa

Publish October 15, 2020

SANAA, Oct. 14 (Saba) - The Third Yemeni Scientific Conference for Neurosurgery and Spine, organized by the Yemeni Society of Neurosurgery and Spine in cooperation with the Supreme Medical Council, began in the capital Sanaa on Tuesday.

Over three days, the conference will discuss, on the international Neurosurgery TV channel, more than 100 researches, lectures, scientific papers, and includes two workshops on modern scientific methods in treating neurological diseases, the spine, neurosurgery, drugs and techniques used in this field.

More than 500 doctors, surgeons, and neurosurgeons and spine consultants from various provinces participate in the conference, in addition to local, regional and international experts via the TV channel.

At the opening, Minister of Public Health and Population Dr. Taha Al-Mutawakel considered the holding of the conference a qualitative addition to the development of medical services in the field of the brain, nerves and spine.

Dr. Al-Mutawakel indicated that Yemen is witnessing a record increase in the cases of brain and nerve deformities, with the increase in Saudi-led aggression coalition's bombing on civilian objects and populated areas with poisonous weapons.

He affirmed that the aggression coalition insists on banning the entry of the endoscopes necessary for neurosurgery for the sixth year in a row, noting that most magnetic resonance devices are almost stopped.


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