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14th International Conference on Neurology and Neuromuscular Disorders, will be organized around the theme “”

Neurology Conference 2021 is comprised of 23 tracks and 103 sessions designed to offer comprehensive sessions that address current issues in Neurology Conference 2021.

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 Myasthenia gravis is a neuromuscular disorder that produce sickness in the skeletal muscles, the tissues your body uses for movement. Occurs when connections between nerve cells and muscles fail. This disability prevents significant muscle loss from occurring, leading to muscle weakness. It is fairly situation which affects approx. 20 out of 1 lakh people in US.

Symptoms are:


  • Track 1-1Weakness in voluntary skeletal muscles
  • Track 1-2Facial paralysis
  • Track 1-3Breathing problem
  • Track 1-4Chewing problem
  • Track 1-5Problem in lifting objects
  • Track 1-6Eyelids drooping

COVID-19  affects the respiratory system but may also have an impact on other organ , including the brain. A number of ill patients also has shown neurological symptoms that may be the result of COVID-19 association with brain damage. 

The aim of this research is:

  • The identification of COVID-19 related brain abnormalities, cognitive impairments, and emotional deficits after the stages of infection.

  • A comparison between COVID-19 ICU survivors and COVID-19 non-ICU diseased patient.

  •  To check symptoms are limited or long lasting.




The wide range of neuromuscular conditions vary in  severity and patient experience, but generally affect  the peripheral nervous system, resulting in  muscle weakness affecting both skeletal muscles and the muscles of internal organs . Older patients and those with cardiorespiratory problems are at especial high risk and should be given the highest priority. Most individuals with neuromuscular diseases experience a multisystem effect from their conditions These factors do not go well for their potential COVID-related outcomes.

Patient can experience:

  • Weak pulmonary muscels

  • Weak diaphragm

  • Severe pulmonary infection

  • Cardiovascular disease


  • Track 3-1weak pulmonary muscels
  • Track 3-2weak diaphragm
  • Track 3-3cardiovascular diseases

In the early stage of the COVID-19 pandemic, doctors faught to keep patients breathing, and focused mainly on treating damaged lungs and circulatory system. But  then, evidence for neurological effects was assembling. Some people hospitalized with COVID-19 were experiencing confusioin disorientation and confusion. Viruses can invade and infect the brain, but it is not clear whether SARS-CoV-2 does so to a much extent

Effects  :

  • Stroke

  • Brain haemorrhage

  • Memory loss


  • Track 4-1stroke
  • Track 4-2memory loss
  • Track 4-3brain heamorrhage

It is seen that SARS-CoV-2 infection could be associated with the increased occurrence of neurological indication.  Such as encephalopathy and encephalomyelitis, ischemic stroke and intracerebral hemorrhage, anosmia and neuromuscular diseases. The SARS-CoV-2 pandemic has affected  all areas of medicine. It directly or indirectly causes neurological dysfunction in the body after or during the infection.Many reports shown  a decline in the care of covid 19 patients with neurological disorders due to the special demands on health care systems during the pandemic.

Disorders :

  • Encephalopathy

  • Meningoencephalitis

  • Guillain –barre syndrome (acute inflammatory demyelinating polyneuritis –AIDP)

  • Acute disseminated encephalomyelitis

  • Epilepsy

  • Chemosensory disuturbances.


  • Track 5-1Encephalopathy
  • Track 5-2meningoencephalitis
  • Track 5-3Epilapsy
  • Track 5-4Acute disseminated encephalomyelitis

 The main purpose of this sector is the development of community interested in the practical and academic aspects of neurology education and to ensure its practitioners can provide care for neurological disease patient. 

  • Track 6-1Immunology
  • Track 6-2Cognitive psychology
  • Track 6-3Cell structure and functions
  • Track 6-4Statistics and calculus
  • Track 6-5Sensation and perception
  • Track 6-6Experiments.

Neuro cardiology refers to mimicry of the nervous and cardiovascular systems. Heart rate variability are relevant barriers to understanding the impact of nervous system on cardiovascular function.

Neuro-oncology is the study of brain which is very dangerous for human health. Neuroimaging, especially magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and related technique which becomes a relevant neuro-oncologist's tool in the management of brain tissue.


WHO classification of brain tumours:


  • Track 8-1Tumours of neuro-epithelial tissue
  • Track 8-2Tumours of meninges
  • Track 8-3Lymphomas and haematopoietic neoplasms
  • Track 8-4Germ cell tumours
  • Track 8-5Tumours of peripheral nerves

 Patients with spinal problems may have pain in the back or neck or without symptomatic radiation at the edges. Spinal disorders in which pathoanatomical diagnoses and possible treatments may include radiculopathy, spinal stenosis, spondylolisthesis, injuries and bone factured.


Patients with neuromuscular disease may develop respiratory failure due to weakness of the respiratory muscles, hypotonia of the bulbar muscles, existing anatomical tendencies, and decreased central respiratory drive. Respiratory neuromuscular failure can occur as a serious condition or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.



  • Track 10-1Distal myopathy
  • Track 10-2Bulbar weakness
  • Track 10-3Pompe disease
  • Track 10-4Limb girdle muscular

Neuroradiology focuses on the nervous system and uses neuroimaging techniques to gain understanding and information about the condition of the patients. It helps doctors to find the irregularities of the brain, head as well as neck. Computed Tomography (CT) and Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) these are the test by which machine takes high resolution picture of inner body. People will also be advancements in brain computer interface and deep brain studies.


  • Track 11-1Neural technology
  • Track 11-2Neuroimaging techniques

 Neurology is a medical department that specializes in neurological disorders, contains the brain, blood vessels, muscles, and nerves. The major sector of neurology involves the independent, central and emotional systems.


This session involves the neurological disorder of nervous system of the body. The core objective of the session to inform and share the new plans and researches to the individuals.



  • Track 12-1The brain
  • Track 12-2Cranial nerves
  • Track 12-3Nerve roots
  • Track 12-4Muscles
  • Track 12-5Spinal cord
  • Track 12-6Nervous system
  • Track 12-7Neurosurgery
  • Track 12-8Neurotrauma

Neuromuscular junction can be affected by autoimmune processes that affect presynaptic and postsynaptic function. It commonly diagnosed with myasthenia gravis, while Lambert-Eaton myasthenic syndrome remains rare.

  • Track 13-1Acquired myasthenia gravis
  • Track 13-2Ocular myasthenia
  • Track 13-3Myasthenia crisis
  • Track 13-4Lambert eaton myasthenic syndrom

Specific neuromuscular diseases affecting borderline nerves, neuromuscular joints or muscles have a wide clinical spectrum with a variety of pathogenetic system. The peripheral nervous system can be directed at the context of post-infectious immune reaction or paraneoplastic syndromes. Pathogenetic system interact between two antigen cells, B cells and T cells.

Some subtopics are:


  • Track 14-1Chronic Inflammatory Demyelinating Polyradiculoneuropathy
  • Track 14-2Paraproteinemic Neuropathy
  • Track 14-3Paraneoplastic Neuropathy
  • Track 14-4Vasculitic Neuropathy
  • Track 14-5Autoimmune Myopathies

Muscular dystrophy is a category of inherited diseases which specify the weakness and muscle damage tissue, with or without nerve damage. The famous muscular dystrophies is Duchenne muscular dystrophy.


It includes:


  • Track 15-1Becker
  • Track 15-2Congenital
  • Track 15-3Duchenne
  • Track 15-4Distal
  • Track 15-5Limb-gridle

 The neuromuscular system involves all the muscles of the body and with the help of nerves connect with each other. There are a variety of neuromuscular disorders that can happens in children and affect the peripheral nervous system, which includes muscles, nerve-muscle, border nerves in organs and spinal cord cells. Neurology occurs in 6 in 1 lakh children. Neuromuscular disorders require clinical care by the physician or other health care professional.


  • Track 16-1Muscular dystrophy
  • Track 16-2Myasthenia gravis
  • Track 16-3Spinal muscular atrophy
  • Track 16-4Development disorder

Neuromuscular physiotherapists treat musculoskeletal disorders, leading to weakness, functional problems and joint stiffness, due to a problem with the muscles.


Common conditions by Neuromuscular:


  • Track 17-1limb girdle muscular dystrophies
  • Track 17-2congenital myopathies
  • Track 17-3myotonic dystrophies
  • Track 17-4spinal muscular atrophy
  • Track 17-5inflammatory disorder

 Neuromuscular medicine is relevant aspects of neurology and physiatry which mainly focus on the detection and prescription of neuromuscular diseases which covers the matter related to the conditions of diagnosis, as well as appropriate recovery interventions to improve the quality of life of people.

 Neuroscience nurses caring the patients with a number of neurological and anxiety disorders all over life span and in all health care situations. A neuroscience nurse is a specialist nurse who helps patients with neurological problems which include injuries, head and spinal trauma, diseases, meningitis, and multiple weakness.

  • Track 19-1Nursing management
  • Track 19-2Healthcare nursing
  • Track 19-3Treating patients
  • Track 19-4Clinical nursing

 Sometimes microorganisms invade the body, infect several organs and produce minor disturbances to serious problems. Common symptoms of disease are Pain, swelling, redness, dysfunction. There may be heat in the infected area.


Common neurological infections:



  • Track 20-1Brain inflammation
  • Track 20-2Spinal cord inflammation
  • Track 20-3HIV
  • Track 20-4•Infection which causes AIDS and damage immune system of body

 Neurologists focus on diagnosing and treating diseases or conditions that occur in the brain and nervous system and other associated systems and tissues.


Neurosurgeons mostly use the scope of treatment, from radiation and traditional open surgery endoscopic microsurgery, to treat neurological conditions ranging from brain and spinal cord pain, tissue, strokes and aneurysms to many other conditions of the spine, brain and subcutaneous region. Neurosurgery is most relevant modern criteria in today’s scenario.

Some related aspects:


  • Track 21-1Spine surgery
  • Track 21-2Neurogenesis
  • Track 21-3Neurosurgery
  • Track 21-4Clinical aspect of neurosurgery
  • Track 21-5Radio surgery
  • Track 21-6Endoscopic neurosurgery

The study of Neurology and Neurosurgery brings some most talented and curious minds across the world, cooperating on the treatment of destructive diseases like brain cancer, ALS and dementia, while increasing our understanding of the body's most complex body system.


Subtopics includes in the session:



  • Track 22-1Brain development
  • Track 22-2Brain tumour
  • Track 22-3Headache
  • Track 22-4Infectious disease
  • Track 22-5Muscular dystrophy
  • Track 22-6Pain
  • Track 22-7Seizure disorder
  • Track 22-8Sleep
  • Track 22-9Neuroregeneration

The COVID -19 pandemic caused by acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus is of a scale that has not seen since influenza pandemic 1918. Although visible symptoms are associated with respiratory disease but neurological indication  are being recognized increasingly . Growing number of cases has shown some neurological indication ,where patients needs to be hospitalised or needed ICU

  • Track 23-1headache
  • Track 23-2myalgia
  • Track 23-3malaise