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    XXV Anniversary scientific and practical conference held at Asfendiyarov Kazakh National Medical University

    The vibrant city of Almaty buzzed with excitement as it hosted the XXV International Scientific and Practical Conference titled “Actual Problems of Clinical, Experimental Neurology, Neurosurgery, and Neurophysiology,” celebrating the 90th anniversary of the Department of Nervous Diseases at Asfendiyarov Kazakh National Medial University.

    The conference was a dynamic gathering where leading experts in neurology and neurosurgery shared groundbreaking presentations on various nervous system disorders and cutting-edge techniques in investigation, diagnosis, management, and prevention. This event saw a convergence of specialists from across Kazakhstan, including Almaty, Karaganda, Aktobe, Taldykorgan, Shymkent, Semey, and Astana, all coming together to tackle the pressing issues in neurology.

    Adding an international flair, the conference welcomed distinguished participants from Australia, Austria, the United States, Ukraine, Belarus, Russia, Uzbekistan, New Zealand, and Germany. This global collaboration highlighted crucial health issues and fostered discussions on future strategies for growth, showcased through insightful presentations and compelling case studies from our foreign colleagues.

    Attendees were engaged in several breakout sessions, delving into topics like “Rare Diseases: Improving Lives,” “Neurology in the 21st Century: Old Challenges, New Questions,” and “Neurorehabilitation and Pain Management Issues.” Additionally, a symposium focused on “Multiple Sclerosis and Current Aspects of Orphan Diseases” and “Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA): From Assessing Opportunities to Obtaining Results” captivated the audience.

    The conference culminated with the Young Scientists’ section, where emerging professionals, neurologists, and neurosurgeons showcased their innovative perspectives on the diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation of nervous system disorders.

    All participants, from speakers to guests, left with a renewed commitment to ongoing collaboration, eager to elevate professionalism and competence in the healthcare field.