Programme

Sunday January 14th 2018

ABC PROGRAMME

Topic of the Year: FALCO TENTORIAL AREA

Morning Session

08:30 - 12:00

1- Embryology and Fiber Systematization of the tectal plate
Luis PUELLES, Murcia (SPAIN)

2- 3D vascular anatomy of the falco tentorial area
Philippe MERCIER, Angers (FRANCE)

Break (30 minutes)

3- Embryology of the falco tentorial dura mater
Michihiro TANAKA, Tokyo (JAPAN)

4- Anatomy of the choroid fissure – Subarachnoid spaces – Arteries and veins
Louis-Marie TERRIER, Tours (FRANCE)

Afternoon Session

16:00 - 19:30

5- Falco tentorial and vein of Galen dural fistulas
Michael SÖDERMAN, Stockholm (SWEDEN)

6- Vein of Galen arteriovenous malformations
Darren ORBACH, Boston (USA)

Break (30 minutes)

7- AVM’s of the quadrigeminal plate
Georges RODESCH, Suresnes (FRANCE)

8- Distal posterior cerebral artery aneurysms
Adnan SIDDIQUI, Buffalo (USA)

 

ABC WIN 2018 Scientific Sessions

We are happy to announce that the topics of the WIN 2018 will be presented in the following order during the week :

  • 1- Miscellaneous
  • 2- Stroke
  • 3- Aneurysm
  • 4- AVM / Dural Fistulas
  • 5- Spine & spinal cord

 

Sunday 2018. 01.14
ABC Morning session 08:30 am - 12:00 am
Afternoon session 04:00 pm - 07.30 pm
Welcome cocktail 07:30 pm

Monday 2018. 01.15
WIN Morning session 08:00 am - 12:00 am
Afternoon session 04:00 pm - 08:00 pm

Tuesday 2018. 01.16
WIN Morning session 08:00 am - 12:00 am
Afternoon session 04:00 pm - 07:00 pm
Friendly Dinner 08:30 pm

Wednesday 2018. 01.17
WIN Morning session 09:00 am - 12:00 am
Afternoon session 04:00 pm - 08:00 pm

Thursday 2018. 01.18
WIN Morning session 08:00 am - 12:00 am
WFITN General Assembly 03:00 pm - 04:00 pm
Afternoon session 04:00 pm - 08:00 pm

Friday 2018. 01. 19
WIN Morning session 08:00 am - 11:00 am
Afternoon session 04:00 pm - 07:00 pm

MONDAY JANUARY 15TH 2018

Morning session
Moderators: M. Cronqvist, SWEDEN - M. Muto, ITALY

Miscellaneous

The cost of neurointervention in low and middle income countries
Taylor A., Le Feuvre D., University of Cape Town, Cape town, SOUTH AFRICA

Avoiding malpractice litigation through adequate consent
Taylor A., Le Feuvre D., University of Cape Town, Cape town, SOUTH AFRICA

Utility and problem of metal artifact reduction technique in CBCT imaging
Nishihori M., Izumi T., Tsukada T., Nagoya University, Nagoya, JAPAN ; Dahmani C., Siemens Healthcare Pte Ltd., SINGAPORE ; Kojima I., Siemens Healthcare K.K., Tokyo, JAPAN ; Wakabayashi T., University, Nagoya, JAPAN

Exploiting the synergy of interventional MRI and digital subtraction angiography for precise and predictable targeting of therapeutics to the brain across a disrupted blood brain barrier: preclinical perspective
Walczak P., Chu C., Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, UNITED STATES ; Malysz-cymborska I., Golubczyk D., Maksymowicz W., University of Warmia and Mazury, Olsztyn, POLAND ; Zawadzki M., Central Clinical Hospital of the Ministry of the Interior and Administration, Warsaw, POLAND ; Pearl M., Janowski M., Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, UNITED STATES

Neuroradiological procedures under real time MRI guidance? - the first clinical procedure of intraarterial delivery of  evacizumab to glioblastoma after real-time MRI assessment of perfusion territory supplied by the microcatheter
Zawadzki M., Walecki J., Kostkiewicz B., Kostyra K., Nowak B., Central Clinical Hospital of Ministry of the Interior and Administration, Warsaw, POLAND ; Pearl M., Solaiyappan P., Walczak P., Janowski M., Division of MR Research, Russell H. Morgan Department of Radiology and Radiological Science, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, UNITED STATES

Development of support robot for neuroendovascular intervention
Miyachi S., Kawaguchi R., Ohshima T., Matsuo N., Nagano Y., Aichi University of Technology, Gamagori, JAPAN

Four hands method for neuroendovascular interventions
Miyachi S., Ohshima T., Matsuo N., Kawaguchi R., Aichi Medical University, Nagakute, JAPAN

Preoperative trans-nasal devascularization of a juvenile angiofibroma utilizing direct injection of liquid polymer agent
Ciceri E., Plebani M., Ricciardi G.K., Augelli R., Squassina G., Soloperto D., Marchioni D., University Hospital, Verona, ITALY

Intraarterial chemotherapy for treatment of intraocular retinoblastoma
Marques M., Ferraz F., Frudit M., Caldas J.G., Teixeira L.F., Epelman S., Hospital Santa Marcelina, São paulo, BRAZIL

Minor(ity) report
Turjman F., Ltaief-boudrigua A., Ionescu E., Hopital neurologique, Lyon, FRANCE

Cerebral venous hypertension
Caldas J.G., Frudit M., Nalli D., Federal University Sao Paulo - UNIFESP, Sao Paulo, BRAZIL

Case report: stent and shunt-refractory (idiopathic) intracranial hypertension
Engel D., University Hospital, Tuebingen, GERMANY

Afternoon session
Moderators : S. Pongpech, Thailand - G. Benndorf, Danemark

“Porcelain vein": a novel concept to avoid AVM bleeding during transvenous embolizations
Mendes G., Mounayer C., Rouchaud A., Saleme S., Dupuytren university hospital, Limoges, France

Transvenous pacing for flow control of transvenous embolization of AVMs
Siddiqui A., Buffalo, USA

Extra-small dual-lumen micro-balloon catheters can improve endovascular embolization: an experimental in vivo and in vitro study
Möhlenbruch M., Vollherbst D., Bendszus M., University Hospital, Heidelberg, GERMANY

Multicenter experience with a novel short length SOFIA as an intermediate catheter for non-stroke neuroendovascular treatments
Möhlenbruch M., Ulfert C., Bendszus M., University Hospital, Heidelberg, GERMANY

Use of the Comanecci to allow access to arteries arising with an acute angle
Chapot R., Stracke P., Alfried Krupp Krankenhaus, Essen, GERMANY

Radial access: what can be accomplished in neurointervention?
Raz E., Shapiro M., Peter Kim N., NYU medical center, New York, United States

Stroke

Patient with bilateral ICA dissections
Alahmad M., Cronqvist M., Umeå university hospital, Umea, SWEDEN

The use of flow diverter stents in the management of dissecting pseudoaneurysms of cervical part of the internal carotid artery
Miś M., Medical University Hospital, Wrocław, POLAND

Imaging Selection for Endovascular Stroke Treatment: Meta-analysis of the HERMES collaboration
Goyal M., University, Calgary, CANADA

The influence of CT perfusion on the selection of stroke patients for endovascular therapy
Ospel J., Karwacki G., Blackham K., University Hospital, Basel, SWITZERLAND

Phase Map: New MR Collateral Imaging derived from Time-Resolved Contrast-Enhanced MR Angiography in Acute Ischemic Stroke
Kim H.J., The Catholic University of Korea, Daejeon, SOUTH KOREA ; Roh H.G., Park M., Eung yeop K., Konkuk University Medical Center, Seoul, SOUTH KOREA ; Sang uk K., The Catholic University of Korea, Daejeon, SOUTH KOREA

Stroke Triage Education, Procedure Standardization, and Technology (STEPS-T) improving stroke treatment times and outcomes: a 6 Year Experience
Hassan A., UT-RGV Valley Baptist Medical Center, Harlingen, UNITED STATES ; Gavit L., GE Healthcare, Buc, FRANCE

 

Year: 

TUESDAY JANUARY 16TH 2018

Morning session
Moderators: M. Killer, Austria - C. Cognard, France

Stroke

Drip ‘N Ship vs. Mothership: Modelling Stroke Patient Transport for All Suspected Large Vessel Occlusion Patients
Goyal M., University, Calgary, CANADA

Prediction of Functional Independence After Acute Stroke Thrombectomy using Thrombolysis in Cerebral Infarction Grade 2c
Jindal G., Naragum V., Miller T., Shivashankar R., Gandhi D., University of Maryland, Baltimore, UNITED STATES

Can Real-World Experience from a High Volume Center confirm existing Strong Evidence from Thrombectomy Devices?
Rothaupt J., Tan K., Krause L., Stögbauer F., Tombach B., Lowens S., Klinikum, Osnabrück, GERMANY

General anesthesia vs conscious sedation in endovascular stroke treatment – AnStroke trial:Implications for daily clinical practice
Rentzos A., Löwhagen Henden P., Sundeman H., Dunker D., Ceder E., Gunnarsson T., Dehlfors N., Sahlgrenska University Hospital, Goteborg, SWEDEN

SEdAtion with COllAteral Support in endovascular Therapy for acute ischemic stroke (SEACOAST), a randomized multicenter controlled trial: rationale and design
Raychev R., UCLA, Los Angeles, UNITED STATES ; Arnaudov D., USC Keck School of Medicine, Los Angeles, UNITED STATES ; Jahan R., Liebeskind D., Saver J., UCLA, Los Angeles, UNITED STATES

M2 Aspiration Thrombectomy with Distal Access Catheters (Sofia and Catalyst 6)
Meila D., Medical School Hannover, Hannover, GERMANY ; Grieb D., Melber K., Greling B., Schlunz-hendann M., Brassel F., Sana Kliniken, Duisburg, GERMANY

Advanced experience using ADAPT with 3 and 4 MAX Reperfusion cathéters as frontline therapy to treat distal occlusions in patients not eligible to endovenous fibrinolysis
Vallone I., Azienda Ospedaliera Senese, Siena, Italy

Thrombectomy in the anterior cerebral artery
Chapot R., Stracke P., Alfried Krupp Krankenhaus, Essen, GERMANY

Intracranial stenting after failure of thrombectomy with stentretrivers
Cornelissen S., University hospitals, Leuven, BELGIUM ; Andersson T., AZ Groeninge, Kortrijk, BELGIUM ; Holmberg A., Brouwer P., Karolinska hospital, Stockholm, SWEDEN ; Bhogal P., Klinikum, Stuttgart, GERMANY ; Yeo L., Karolinska hospital, Stockholm, SWEDEN

Unusual patients, unusual strokes, unexpected results
Bergui M., University, Turin, ITALY

Treatment of patients affected by acute ischemic stroke beyond 6 hours from symptoms onset: a single centre experience
Caragliano A.A., Pitrone A., Papa R., Vinci S., Velo M.,Tessitore A., Centorrino G., Buonomo O., Longo M., University, Messina, ITALY

Thrombectomy by direct distal cervical access in a case of Common Carotid occlusion with collateral supply to the Internal Carotid Artery
Di Maria F., Consoli A., Benichi S., Coskun O., Boulin A., Wang A., Rodesch G., Hôpital Foch, Suresnes, FRANCE

An unusual cause of severe stroke
Van den Berg R., Schembri M., Berkhemer O., Academic Medical Center, Amsterdam, NETHERLANDS

A simple embolic stroke or?
Cronqvist M., Lund, SWEDEN

New concept for the linkage between chemotherapy and stroke: The Edgar Allan Poe Effect
Houdart E., Lariboisière, Paris, France

Afternoon session
Moderators: R. Anxionnat, France - A. Siddiqui, USA

Unusual cause of recurrent ischaemic strokes
Pero G., Lista A., Ospedale Niguarda Ca' Granda, Milano, ITALY

Direct enterprise stenting in the acute and subacute ischemic stroke patients associated with ICAS
Kim J., Suh D.C., Asan Medical Center, Seoul, SOUTH KOREA

Thrombectomy with or without stenting of concurrent extraxcranial carotid disease: It's time for a randomized study
Nico L., Poppe A., Lemus M., Jacquin G, Odier C., Stapf C., Roy D., Deschaintre Y., Raymond J., Gioia L., Daneault N., Weill A., CHUM, Montreal, CANADA

Thrombectomy in tandem occlusion of extracranial ICA and MCA: Single center results
Stracke P., Chapot R., Alfried Krupp Krankenhaus, Essen, GERMANY

Another Endovascular Therapy Strategy for Acute Tandem Occlusion: Protect-Expand-Aspiration-Revascularization-Stent (PEARS) Technique
Yi T-Y., Chen W-H., Zhangzhou Affiliated Hospital of Fujian Medical University, Zhangzhou, CHINA

Significance of cellular composition and Neutrophil Extracellular Traps in retrievability and etiology of cerebral blood clots
Szikora I., Nagy A., Gubucz I., National Institute of Clinical Neurosciences, Budapest, HUNGARY ; Reiniger L., Hajnalka R., Hajnalka R., Kolev K., Semmelweis Universtiy, Budapest, HUNGARY

Oxygen nanotherapy for adjunctive treatment and neuroprotection in stroke
Bhattacharya J., King Faisal Specialist Hospital & Research Center, Al Faisal University, Riyadh, SAUDI ARABIA ; Macrae M., Deucher G., University, Glasgow, UNITED KINGDOM ; Santosh C., Queen Elizabeth University Hospital & Aurum Bioscences, Glasgow, UNITED KINGDOM

In Extremis project - how to explore thrombectomy indications out of current guidelines in a single initiative
Costalat V., Arquizan C., CHU, Montpellier, FRANCE ; Jovin T., UPMC, Pittsburg, UNITED STATES ; Lapergues B., Hôpital Foch, Suresnes, FRANCE

Future endovascular RCTs in AIS
Goyal M., University, Calgary, CANADA

Acute basilar artery occlusion: endovascular treatment, outcome
Henkes H., Ravindren J., Neuroradiological Clinic, Almatter M, Bhogal P., Bäzner H., Aguilar Pérez M., Neuroradiological Clinic, Klinikum, Stuttgart, GERMANY

Posterior circulation stroke associated with vertebral artery variation - a case report
Frudit M., Pagiola I., Marques M., UNIFESP - Federal University, Sao Paulo, BRAZIL ; Thomaz R., Hospitall Albert Einstein, Sao Paulo, BRAZIL

Intra-arterial therapy for symptomatic intraluminal thrombus in extra-cranial carotico-vertebral circulation
Limaye U., Lilavati hospital and Research Centre, Mumbai, INDIA ; Anand S., Holy Family Heart Institute Mumbai, INDIA ; Chandrashekhar G., Hinduja Healthcare Surgical hospital, Mumbai, INDIA

 

 

Year: 

WEDNESDAY JANUARY 17TH 2018

Morning session
Moderators: P. Gobin, USA - D. Roy, Canada

Mechanical Thrombectomy with Tiger stent retriever: initial experience in Spain
Hidalgo C., Diaz-lucas E., Hospital Torrecardenas, Almeria, SPAIN ; Olier J., Hospital de Navarra, Pamplona, SPAIN
 
TRON1-Japan; Japanese approving study of new stent retriever, TRON-FX for acute ischemic stroke
Sakai N., Imamura H., City Medical Center General Hospital, Kobe, JAPAN ; Yamagami H., National Cerebral and Cardiovascular Center, Suita, JAPAN ; Matsumoto Y., Konan Hospital, Sendai, JAPAN ; Imai K., First Red Cross Hospital, Kyoto, JAPAN ; Ota S., Ota Memorial Hospital, Fukuyama, JAPAN ; Horie N., University, Nagasaki, JAPAN ; Kondo R., City Hospital Saiseikan, Yamagata, JAPAN ; Enomoto Y., Gifu University, Gifu, JAPAN ; Yoshimura S., Hyogo College of Medicine, Nishinomiya, JAPAN ; Masuo O., Wakayama Prefectural Medical University, Wakayama, JAPAN ; Hirohata M., University, Kurume, JAPAN ; Kobayashi K., Ise Red Cross Hospital, Ise, JAPAN ; Matsumaru Y., University, Tsukuba, JAPAN ; Ito Y., University, Niigata, JAPAN ; Kuwayama N., University, Toyama, JAPAN

Preclinical study of VERSI system for acute ischemic stroke
Tateshima S., Kaneko N., Hinman J., Duckwiler G., UCLA, Los Angeles, UNITED STATES

First-in-man study of VERSI system for acute ischemic stroke
Sakai N., Imamura H., City Medical Center General Hospital, Kobe, JAPAN ; Tateshima S., UCLA Medical Center, Los Angeles, UNITED STATES ; Tokunaga S., Funatsu T., Ohara N., Kono T., City Medical Center General Hospital, Kobe, JAPAN

Angioplasty and stenting of adult onset Moya-moya disease
Yeo L., Söderman M., Karolinska hospital, Stockholm, SWEDEN ; Cornelissen S., University hospitals Leuven, BELGIUM ; Bhogal P., Klinikum, Stuttgart, GERMANY ; Andersson T., AZ Groeninge, Kortrijk, BELGIUM

Update: longterm clinical experience of intracranial stenosis and stenting in over 150 cases
Rothaupt J., Tombach B., Lowens S., Klinikum, Osnabrück, GERMANY

Direct access to results in Swedish National Quality Registry, EVAS-registry
Holmberg Å., Karolinska University Hospital, Stockholm, SWEDEN

Expanding the thrombolysis in cerebral infarction score - TICI2b or not 2b?
Behme D., Maier I., Liman J., Colla R., Schregel K., Hesse A., University Medical Center, Göttingen, GERMANY ; Liebeskind D., UCLA California, LA, UNITED STATES ; Tsogkas I., Psychogios M.N., University Medical Center, Göttingen, GERMANY

Intracranial Hemorrhage and Outcome Following Acute Stroke Intervention:Stent Retriever vs Contact Aspiration – Single Center Analysis
Leesch W., Riverside Regional Medical Center, Newport news, UNITED STATES ; Bazemore C., Christopher University, Newport news, UNITED STATES ; Ramakrishnan P., Riverside Regional Medical Center, Newport news, UNITED STATES ; Sanderson F., Riverside Regional Medical Center, Newport news, UNITED STATES

Experimental evaluation of stent retriever’smechanical properties and effectivness
Machi P., University Hospitals, Geneva, SWITZERLAND

Conscious Sedation versus Local Anesthesia in Intra-Arterial Treatment for Acute Ischemic Stroke: a single
Van de Graaf R., Samuels N., Mulder M., Erlap I., Van Es A., Dippel D., Van der Lugt A., Erasmus Medical Center, Rotterdam, NETHERLANDS ; Emmer B., Amsterdam Medical Center, Amsterdam, NETHERLANDS

One stop management of acute stroke patients: minimizing door to reperfusion times and improving functional outcome
Behme D., Schregel K., Tsogkas I., Johanna L., Zapf A., Maier I., Bähr M., Knauth M., Liman J., Psychogios M.N., University Medical Center, Göttingen, GERMANY

Aneurysm

Hydrophilic surface coating reduces the thrombogenicity of stents for aneurysm treatment
Henkes H., Aguilar Pérez M., Almatter M., Neuroradiological Clinic, Klinikum, Stuttgart, GERMANY ; Bleise C., Chudyk J., Lylyk P., Clinica Sagrada Familia, ENERI, Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA

Early experience with Comaneci device
Puthuran M., Pullicino R., Chandran A., The Walton Centre NHS Foundation Trust, Liverpool, UNITED KINGDOM

Coiling of intracranial aneurysms with assist of Comaneci device - experience from five endovascular centers
Miś M., Medical University Hospital, Wrocław, POLAND

Afternoon session
Moderators: B. Baxter, USA - P. Brouwer, SWEDEN

Single center experience with temporary bridging device - Comaneci in endovascular treatment of ruptured complex brain aneurysms
Sirakov S., Sirakov A., UH St. Ivan Rilski, Sofia, BULGARIA

Learning how to clip aneurysms in the endovascular era is different from the old days
Van Doormaal T., Han K.S., UMC, Utrecht, NETHERLANDS

Large or giant unruptured paraclinoid aneurysm clipping assisted with balloon in hybrid operation theater
Xiang S., Zhang H., He C., Hu P., Xuanwu hospital, Beijing, CHINA

Spooky action-at-a-distance
Boccardi E., Piano M., Quilici L., Pero G., Niguarda hospital, Milano, ITALY

Catheter shaping using vascular model made by 3D printer for coil embolization of the cerebral aneurysms
Nemoto S., Medical and Dental University, Tokyo, JAPAN

Extravascular Mycotic Aneurysms and Vasculitis Secondary to Pseudomonas Meningitis as a Rare Complication of Subarachnoid Hemorrhage: an Anatomical Pathological Radiological Case  
Emmer B., Van Montfoort M., Buijink A., Nederkoorn P., Aronica E., Van den berg R., Medical Center, Amsterdam, NETHERLANDS

How to size intracranial aneurysms? A phantom study of invasive and noninvasive methods
Behme D., Amelung N., Khakzad T., Psychogios M.N., University Medical Center, Göttingen, GERMANY

Angiographically occult basilar perforator aneurysms identified using flat panel detector CT
Ceder E., Rentzos A., Dunker D., Roos A., Johansson-Högfeldt M., Fridriksson S., Gunnarsson T., Dehlfors N., Sahlgrenska University Hospital, Gothenburg, SWEDEN

Modelling cerebral vasospasm and its mechanical treatment strategies
Pederzani G., University, Sheffield, UNITED KINGDOM ; Bhogal P., Neuroradiological Clinic, Klinikum, Stuttgart, GERMANY ; Grytsan A., University, Sheffield, UNITED KINGDOM ; Loh Y., Swedish Neuroscience Institute, Seattle, UNITED STATES ; Brouwer P.A., Karolinska University Hospital, Stockholm, SWEDEN ; Andersson T., AZ Groeninge, Kortrijk, BELGIUM ; Söderman M., Karolinska University Hospital, Stockholm, SWEDEN ; Gundiah N., Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, INDIA ; Robertson A.M., University Pittsburgh, UNITED STATES ; Watton P.N., University, Sheffield, UNITED KINGDOM

Lumenate Observational Vasospasm Interventional Trial (LOVIT)
Soderman M., Karolinska University hospital, Stockholm, SWEDEN ; Bhogal P., Klinikum, Stuttgart, GERMANY

Predictors for Occurrence and Anatomical Distribution of Multiple Aneurysms in Patients with Aneurysmal Subarachnoid Hemorrhage
Zumofen D., University Hospital, Basel, SWITZERLAND

Impact of Aneurysm Multiplicity on Treatment and Outcome following Aneurysmal Subarachnoid Hemorrhage
Zumofen D., University Hospital, Basel, SWITZERLAND

Transarterial chemotherapy in large head and neck tumor with unusual result
Andeejani A., Prince Sultan Military medical city, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

Wall enhancement in unruptured aneurysms is associated with symptomatic presentation and size
Cord B., Sommaruga S., Hebert R., Malhotra A., Johnson M., Gunel M., Sheth K., Falcone G., Matouk C., Yale Univerity, New Haven, UNITED STATES

Clinical Application of Vessel Wall Imaging in Ruptured Macrovascular Structures, Case Example
Cord B., Sommaruga S., Hebert R., Malhotra A., Johnson M., Gunel M., Sheth K., Falcone G., Matouk C., Yale university, New Haven, United states

A tricky case of SAH
Houdart E., Lariboisière, Paris, France

Year: 

THURSDAY JANUARY 18TH 2018

Morning session
Moderators: M. Mawad, LEBANON - D. Orbach, USA

Aneurysm

Some few remarks about small unruptured incidental aneurysms (UIA) illustrated by one observation
Houdart E., Lariboisière, Paris, France

Long-term outcomes of coiled unruptured intracranial aneurysms
Koyanagi M., Hyogo Prefectural Amagasaki General Medical Center, Amagasaki, JAPAN ; Ishii A., University Graduate School of Medicine, Kyoto, JAPAN ; Imamura H., City Medical Center General Hospital, Kobe, JAPAN ; Satow T., National Cerebral and Cardiovascular Cente, Suita, JAPAN ; Yoshida K., Hasegawa H., Kikuchi T., Takenobu Y., University Graduate School of Medicine, Kyoto, JAPAN ; Ando M., Memorial Hospital, Kokura, JAPAN ; Takahashi J., National Cerebral and Cardiovascular Cente, Suita, JAPAN ; Nakahara I., Memorial Hospital, Kokura, JAPAN ; Sakai N., City Medical Center General Hospital, Kobe, JAPAN ; Miyamoto S., University Graduate School of Medicine, Kyoto, JAPAN

Balloon-assisted coil embolization and large stent delivery for cerebral aneurysms with a new generation of dual lumen balloons (Copernic 2L)
Guenego A., University Hospital, Toulouse, FRANCE ; Zerlauth J-B., Institute of Diagnostic and Interventional Neuroradiology, Cecil - Hirslanden Clinic, Lausanne, SWITZERLAND ; Puccinelli F., University Hospital, CHUV, Lausanne, SWITZERLAND ; Mosimann P., Inselspital - University Hospital, Bern, SWITZERLAND

Initial experiences with a novel neckbridging device, the Neqstent
Gál G., Diaz A., University Hospital, Odense, DENMARK

Preliminary clinical and radiological results of novel Contour Neurovascular System
Akhunbay-Fudge C., Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, Leeds, UNITED KINGDOM ; Lamin S., Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, Birmingham, UNITED KINGDOM ; Patankar T., Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, Leeds, UNITED KINGDOM

Initial experiences with the Kaneka coils
Gál G., Diaz A., University Hospital, Odense, DENMARK

What does the ED coil (KANEKA) bring in comparison with other bare platinum coils that are currently available on the market?
Moreno A., POVISA Hospital, Vigo, SPAIN

MEDINA for intracranial aneurysms - R.I.P. & resurrexit
Henkes H., Klinikum, Stuttgart, GERMANY ; Hellstern V., Almatter M., Bhogal P., Ganslandt O., Aguilar Pérez M., Neuroradiological Clinic, Klinikum, Stuttgart, GERMANY

The pCONus2 neck bridging device – early clinical experience andimmediate angiographic results
Lylyk P., Chudyk J., Bleise C., ENERI, Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA ; Sahl H., Klinikum, Braunschweig, GERMANY ; Perez M.A., Henkes H., Bhogal P., Klinikum, Stuttgart, GERMANY

The pCANvas neck bridging device for the treatment of wide-necked bifurcation aneurysms – initial results
Lylyk P., Chudyk J., Bleise C., ENERI, Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA ; Lundquist X., Henkes H., Bhogal P., Klinikum, Stuttgart, GERMANY

Initial experience with pCONUS2 and pCANVAS            
Behme D., Psychogios M., University Medical Center, Göttingen, GERMANY

Hook technique for coiling of M1 bifucation aneurysm
Suh D.C., Asan Medical Center, Seoul, SOUTH KOREA

Wide-neck Bifurcation aneuRysms of the middle cerebral Artery and basilar apex treated by eNdovascular teCHniques: A multicenter, core lab adjudicated study evaluating safety and durability of occlusion (BRANCH)
De Leacy R., Mount Sinai Hospital, New York, UNITED STATES ; Fargen K., Wake Forest University Hospital, Winstom-Salem, UNITED STATES ; Patel A., Massachussets General Hospital, Boston, UNITED STATES ; Pandey A., University of Michigan, Ann arbor, UNITED STATES ; James R., University, Louisville, UNITED STATES ; Boulos A., Albany Medical Center, Albany, UNITED STATES ; Sauvageau E., Lyerly Baptist, Jacksonville, UNITED STATES ; Novakovic R., UT Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, UNITED STATES ; Shownkeen H., Northwestern Medicine, Chicago, UNITED STATES ; Jindal G., University of Maryland, Baltimore, UNITED STATES ; Siddiqui A., University, Buffalo, UNITED STATES ; Mocco J., Mount Sinai Hospital, New York, UNITED STATES

Leo+Baby in 58 Aneurysms: initial and 6 months angiographic Follow-Up results in a single center series
Struffert T., Lang S., Engelhorn T., Luecking H., Goelitz P., Doerfler A., University Nuremberg, Erlangen, GERMANY

Simulation of pre-assessment for LVIS stent sizing – Preliminary assessment and validation
Chaitania K., Rush University Medical Center, Chicago, UNITED STATES ; Larrabide I., UNICEN, Tandil, ARGENTINA ; Fernandez H., Galgo Medical, Barcelona, SPAIN ; Lopes D., Rush University Medical Center, Chicago, UNITED STATES

Can adjustable bridging mesh eliminate the need for double stent-assisted techniques for the coiling of wide neck bifurcation aneurysms?
Kara B., Selcuk H.H., Cakir C., Kilinc F., Bakirkoy Dr. Sadi Konuk Training Hospital, Istanbul, TURKEY

Update on STAT: Stenting in the Treatment of Aneurysm Trial
Nico L., CHUM, Montreal, CANADA ; Iancu D., University, Ottawa, CANADA ; Kotowski M., Weill A., Roy D., Raymond J., CHUM, Montreal, CANADA

Off-label use of Atlas stent - single center experiance
Borota L., Mahmoud E., Nyberg C., University Hospital, Uppsala, SWEDEN

10 years history of flow diversion: achievements and further needs
Szikora I., National Institute of Clinical Neurosciences, Budapest, HUNGARY

Clinical Validation of Computationally Modeled Braided Flow Diverting Stent Deployments
Chong B., Mayo Clinic, Phoenix, UNITED STATES ; Mortenson M., Endovantage, Phoenix, UNITED STATES ; Nair P., Arizona State University, Phoenix, UNITED STATES ; Babiker H., Endovantage, Phoenix, UNITED STATES ; Kalani Y., Levitt M., Mcdougall C., Barrow Neurological Institute, Phoenix, UNITED STATES ; Baccin C., Hospital Israelita, Sao Paolo, BRAZIL ; Lanzino G., Mayo Clinic, Rochester, UNITED STATES ; Frakes D., Arizona State University, Phoenix, UNITED STATES ; Albuquerque F., Barrow Neurological Institute, Phoenix, UNITED STATES

Local porosity calculation on deployed flow diverters
Fernández H., Kale R., Obradó L., GalgoMedical, Barcelona, SPAIN ; Macho J., Blasco J., San roman L., Lopez A., Hospital Clinic, Barcelona, SPAIN ; Ding A., Acandis GmBh, Pforzheim, GERMANY ; Larrabide I., Pladema - CONICET, Tandil, ARGENTINA

Different evolution of intra-stent stenosis following FDS
Frudit M., Marques M., Pagiola I., UNIFESP - University Sao Paulo, BRAZIL ; Puglia P., Caldas J.G., USP - UNIVERSITY, Sao Paulo, BRAZIL

Length modification of a Flow Diverter after the use of a deployment simulation program for the treatment of intracranial aneurysms
Mantilla D., Foscal & CHU Montpellier, Bucaramanga, COLOMBIA ; Ferrara R., Sim&Cure, Montpellier, FRANCE ; Dargazanli C., Costalat V., CHU Gui de Chauliac., Montpellier, FRANCE

Cavernous carotid aneurysm and intracranial hemorrhage after flow diversion treatment: case report and review of the literature
Nico L., Weill A., Roy D., Raymond J., CHUM, Montreal, CANADA

Mortal rupture of giant paraclinoid ICA aneurysm after treatment with flow divertor and dense coil packing: discussion over this serious problem and solutions
Cekirge S., KORU and BAYINDIR Hospitals, Ankara, TURKEY ; Baltacioglu F., Marmara University Hospital, Interventional Neuroradiology, Istanbul, TURKEY ; Saatci I., KORU and BAYINDIR Hospitals, Ankara, TURKEY

Y stent flow diversion for the treatment of giant partially clotted basilar tip aneurysms with long term fus: for continuation of last year's debate
Cekirge S., Saatci I., KORU and BAYINDIR Hospitals, Ankara, TURKEY

Endovascular treatment of post-traumatic carotid-cavernous fistula using flow diverter stent
Barbosa M., Abrão G., Lyra A., Interimagem, Rio de Janeiro, BRAZIL

Treatment of wide-neck flow-related vertebral confluence aneurysms associated with subclavian steal hampered by strong retrograde flow: report of 2 cases
Cornelissen S., Bayat A., Bamps S., Heye S., Maleux G., Van loon J., De Vleeschouwer S., UZ, Leuven, BELGIUM

Endovascular treatment in a giant serpentine cavernous ICA aneurysm with compromised intracranial circulation and complex aortic arch
Limaye U., Lilavati hospital and Research Centre, Mumbai, INDIA ; Anand S., HOLY FAMILY HEART INSTITUTE, Mumbai, INDIA ; Chandrashekhar G., Hinduja Healthcare Surgical hospital, Mumbai, INDIA

Periprocedural MCA ruptured
Lopez-Ibor L., Rosati S., Moreu M., Hospital Clinico San Carlos, Majadahonda, SPAIN

Ischemic complication of unclear origin after treatment of a complex very large P1 aneurysm
Kulcsar Z., University Hospital, Zurich, SWITZERLAND

Periprocedural antiplatelet alone protocol for FRED treatment of intracranial aneurysms: a review of 20 cases
Wong G., Yu S., Ho J., Prince of Wales Hospital, HONG KONG

A ruptured pericallosal mirror aneurysm: a challenge to treat!  Follow up
Vanlangenhove P., Dhondt E., Hermie L., Defreyne L., University hospital, Ghent, BELGIUM

A flow complication after treatment of multiple aneurysms with flowdiverters
Vanlangenhove P., Dhondt E., Hermie L., Defreyne L., University hospital, Ghent, BELGIUM

Carotid cavernous fistula with 2 associated posttraumatic aneurysms. Follow up
Vanlangenhove P., Dhondt E., Hermie L., Defreyne L., Ghent University hospital, BELGIUM

Flow diversion treatment of complex bifurcation aneurysms beyond the circle of Willis - mid- term DSA and MRI follow-up
Michelozzi C., Darcour J., Guenego A., Januel A-C., Tall P., Gawlitza M., Bonneville F., Cognard C., CHU, FRANCE

FD with LVIS Jr.
Varjavand B., Sutter Medical Center, Davis, UNITED STATES
 

AVM's

4D angiography revolution in endovascular AVM management
Cekirge S., Saatci I., KORU and BAYINDIR Hospitals, Ankara, TURKEY

Initial experience with 4D-DSA for shunt diseases
Izumi T., Nishihori M., Tukada T., University, Nagoya, JAPAN ; Dahmani C., Siemens Healthcare, SINGAPORE ; Iwao K., Siemens Healthcare, Tokyo, JAPAN ; Wakabayashi T., University, Nagoya, JAPAN

Anatomy of the deep venous system in Vein of Galen Malformation and its changes after endovascular treatment depicted by Magnetic Resonance Venography
Meila D., Winkler O., Medical School, Hannover, GERMANY ; Brinjikji W., Mayo Clinic, Rochester, UNITED STATES ; Lanfermann H., Medical School, Hannover, GERMANY ; Brassel F., Sana Kliniken, Duisburg, GERMANY

Is Dual-Lumen Balloons Compatible With NBCA Injection? Initial Experience in Brain AVMs Embolization
Sourour N., Shotar E., Al Raaisi A., Rolla Bigliani C., Clarencon F., Hospital Pitie Salpetriere, Paris, FRANCE

“Kazakh modification” of the pressure cooker technique
Berdikhojayev M., Mussabekov M., Suleimankulov N., Sarshaev M., JSC Central Clinical Hospital, Almaty, KAZAKHSTAN ; Sivasankar R., INHS Asvini Hospital, Mumbai, INDIA

Simultaneous arterial and venous approach in complex posterior fossa AVMs
Lopez-Ibor L., Rosati S., Moreu M., Hospital Clinico San Carlos, Majadahonda, SPAIN

Staged venous embolization : Experience in 12 patients
Chapot R., Stracke P., Alfried Krupp Krankenhaus, Essen, GERMANY

Transnidal access to retrograde feeders
Chapot R., Stracke P., Alfried Krupp Krankenhaus, Essen, GERMANY

Treatment of a complex posterior fossa AVM with a related aneurysm
Caragliano A.A., Papa R., Pitrone A.,  Tessitore A., Vinci S., Velo M., Centorrino G., Buonomo O., Longo M., University of Messina, Messina, ITALY

Difficult embolization of a giant cerebral pial arteriovenous fistula
Gobin P., Knopman J., Weill Cornell Medicine, New York, UNITED STATES

Whos' first: the chicken or the egg. single hole parenchymal AV fistula of the mesencephalon
Kulcsar Z., University hospital, Zurich, Switzerland

An original case of pediatric vascular malformation?
Machi P., Schaller K., University hospitals, Geneva, Switzerland

Nursery of brain vascular malformations
Quilici L., Cossu M., Ospedale Ca' Granda Niguarda, Milano, ITALY ; Saraceni A., Beach Hospital, Tenerife, SPAIN ; Cervo A., Pero G., Piano M., Cardinale F., Valvassori L., Lo russo G., Boccardi D., Ospedale Ca' Granda Niguarda, Milano, ITALY

A rare complication of Onyx during AVM embolization
Vanlangenhove P., Dhondt E., Hermie L., Defreyne L., University hospital, Ghent, BELGIUM

Delayed and incomplete treatment may result in dural fistula development in children with Vein of Galen malformation
Meila D., Schmidt C., Medical School, Hannover, GERMANY ; Melber K., Grieb D., Sana Kliniken, Duisburg, GERMANY ; Jacobs C., University, Bonn, GERMANY ; Jacobs C., University, Mainz, GERMANY ; Lanfermann H., Medical School, Hannover, GERMANY ; Brassel F., Sana Kliniken, Duisburg, GERMANY

Clinical and genetic findings in children with CNS arteriovenous fistulas
Saliou G., Vaudois University Hospital, Lausanne, SWITZERLAND ; Eyries M., Iacobucci M., Bicêtre Hospital, Le Kremlin Bicêtre, FRANCE ; Knebel J.F., CHUV, Lausanne, SWITZERLAND ; Waill M.C., Coulet F., Ozanne A., Soubrier F., Bicêtre Hospital, Le Kremlin Bicêtre, FRANCE

Sigmoid Dural Fistula Angioarchitecture and Superselective Transvenous Embolization
Shapiro M., Raz E., Nelson P.K., NYU, New York, UNITED STATES

Diagnosis and treatment of a very rare entity: Vertebro-carotid fistula
Algin O., Atatürk Training and Research Hospital, Ankara, TURKEY

Transvenous coil occlusion of intracranial dAVF: the combination of Marathon and Kaneka ES10 coils
Henkes H., Hellstern V., Almatter M., Bäzner H., Ganslandt O., Aguilar Pérez M., Neuroradiological Clinic, Stuttgart, GERMANY

Case of Dural arteriovenous fistula
Huded V., NH Institute of Neuroscience, Bangalore, INDIA

New endovascular classification of dural AVF
Lopez-Ibor L., Moreu M., Rosati S., Hospital Clinico San Carlos, Majadahonda, SPAIN

Spinal AVF
Alahmad M., Cronqvist M., University hospital, Umea, SWEDEN

An adult case of "nonvertebral paraspinal arteriovenous fistulas along the segmental nerve" treated in combination with transarterial NBCA injection and “pre-detached” detachable coil
Asano T., Chiba Medical Center, Chiba, JAPAN

Medullary venous hypertension: dural or pial AVM?
Caldas J.G., Frudit M., Silva J.M., Ferraz F., University, Sao Paulo, BRAZIL

Angiographic and Clinical Characteristics of Thoracolumbar Spinal Epidural and Dural Arteriovenous Fistulas
Matsumaru Y., University, Tsukuba, JAPAN ; Kiyosue H., Oita University Hospital, Yufu, JAPAN ; Niimi Y., St. Luke's International Hospital, Tokyo, JAPAN ; Takai K., Metropolitan Neurological Hospital, Tokyo, JAPAN ; Ishiguro T., City General Hospital, Osaka, JAPAN ; Hiramatsu M., University Graduate School of Medicine, Dentistry, and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Okayama, JAPAN ; Tatebayashi K., Takagi T., Yoshimura S., Hyogo College of Medicine, Nishinomiya, JAPAN

Pial artero-venous fistula of anterior spinal medullary artery
Paolucci A., Fondazione Cà Granda Ospedale Maggiore Policlinico, Milan, ITALY

Adamkiewicz occlusion, embryology takes care of it. Follow-up with an additional case
Raz E., Shapiro M., Nelson K., NYU medical center, New York, United States

"Armed kyphoplasty" as an indirect central canal decompression technique in burst spinal fractures
Cianfoni A., Venier A., Isalberti M., Roccatagliata L., Neurocenter Southern Switzerland, Lugano, SWITZERLAND

 

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