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International Parkinson and Movement Disorder Society
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MDS-AOS 3rd Video Case Discussion Series

CME Credits:0Date:Jun 25, 2023 - Feb 18, 2024

Experienced / Intermediate

Program Description

The MDS-AOS Video Case Discussion Series is a 4-part event running from June 2023 to February 2024. Each session will focus on a mixture of long and short video cases from different territories within the Asian and Oceanian Section. These video-based case discussions in the field of movement disorders are organized in collaboration with various local/regional societies within the AOS. The expert faculty from 2 different countries will provide cases that emphasize interesting and / or unique movement disorder cases found in their part of the AOS. The video cases will focus on highlighting the typical and atypical clinical features, phenomenology, and diagnostic approaches of unique movement disorders cases from the area.


  • Genetics
  • Hyperkinetic Movement Disorders
  • Non-motor Symptoms/Disorders
  • Other Movement Disorders
  • Parkinson Disease/Hypokinetic Movement Disorders


Course Directors

Hrishikesh Kumar, MD, DM - Institute of Neurosciences, Kolkata, Kolkata, India

Sanjay Pandey, MD, DM - Amrita Hospital, Delhi, India

Onanong Phokaewvarangkul, MD, PhD - Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand

Prashanth L. Kukkle, DM - Center for Parkinson's Disease and Movement Disorders Clinic, Bangalore, India

Faculty [Session 2]

Jee-Young Lee, MD, PhD – Seoul National University/SMG-SNU Boramae Medical Center, Seoul, Korea

Ahsan Habib, MD - Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University, Bangladesh 

Course Purpose

The primary purpose of this program is to provide video case examples of movement disorders prevalent across the Asian and Oceanian Section.

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this activity learners will be able to: 

  1. Recognize various phenomenology and acquire basic knowledge on how to approach to movement disorders.
  2. Define differential typical and atypical clinical features of movement disorders.
  3. Define how to interpret important investigations (including radiologic findings) in movement disorders and apply for clinical practice.
  4. Acquire knowledge about unique movement disorders in the regions.
  5. Demonstrate clinical skills in approaching phenomenology, typical and atypical presentations of movement disorders.

Intended Audience

This activity is intended for: Movement Disorder Specialists, General Neurologists, Researchers, Neurologists, Medical Students and Nurse Practitioners.

Hardware and Software Requirements

  1. Active Internet connection (DSL or Cable). Dial-up connection will have constant buffering problem.
  2. Compatible with Windows PC and MAC (256 MB of RAM or higher)
  3. Activity is best viewed on Internet Explorer 9.0 or higher, Safari 5.0 or higher and Firefox 29.0 or higher
  4. Adobe Flash Player 12.0 (or higher).
  5. Adobe Reader to print certificate. 

Contact Us

MDS Education

MDS Secretariat Liaison

Emily Santeler

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