Make sure to check out the Photo Gallery.
Book of Abstracts is available.
Online Registration & Booking is closed!
Guidelines for presenting authors are available.
List of confirmed Exhibitors available.
Poster Guided Tours allocation available.
Detailed Programme Grid is published!
We would like to thank you for coming to the 23rd Meeting of the European Society of Neurosonology and Cerebral Hemodynamics (ESNCH 2018).
We hope that you have enjoyed your stay in Prague and have considered the scientific programme exciting and useful.
We hope to see you next year in Linz, Austria!
Dear participants, Dear colleagues, Dear friends,
on behalf of the European Society of Neurosonology and Cerebral Hemodynamics (ESNCH), the executive committee and the local organizing committee we are cordially inviting you to join us at the 23rd Meeting of the ESNCH which will be held in Prague on April 13 - 16, 2018.
Next year’s conference comes with the well-known combination of education and science. However, we have extended the topics considerably, following recent years’ development within the fields of brain parenchyma sonography, peripheral nerve and muscle ultrasound as well as in the field of ultrasound guided interventions and therapeutical ultrasound. In addition, we will focus on topics overlapping with cardiology, psychiatry and neurosurgery. Theory and research will be combined with educative live presentations.
For our industrial exhibition, we have invited a wide spectrum of established as well as new companies on the market which will enable you to get a good impression of today’s diagnostic options.
Our venue is located close to Prague city centre – at walking distance to the metro line A (Dejvická station).
Join us for the exchange of experiences, present and discuss your projects and research work, participate in our courses and refine your knowledge and skills!
We are looking forward to welcoming you in Prague!
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