Programme 2016

ABC WIN 2016

January 17-22 2016

ABC topic of the Year: VASCULAR MALFORMATION BIOLOGY: AN UPDATE

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Sunday January 17th

Morning Session

08:30 - 12:00

1- HHT in Central Nervous System Vascular Malformations : from genetics to phenotypes and natural history
Marie FAUGHNAN - Toronto, Canada
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2- RASA1 related vascular malformations of the Central Nervous System : from genetics to phenotypes and natural history
Mikka VIKKULA - Brussels, Belgium

3- PTEN genetic mutations and vascular malformations : from genetics to phenotypes and natural history
Patricia BURROWS - Milwaukee, USA

4- Current updates in medical management of venous and lymphatic malformations: bleomycin, rapamycin, doxycycline…
Laurence BOO - Brussels, Belgium

Afternoon Session

16:00 - 19:30

5- Inflammatory aspects in creation and rupture of intracranial aneurysms
Juhana FRÖSEN - Helsinki, Finland
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6- Inflammatory aspects in creation and rupture of brain AVMs
Helen KIM - San Francisco, USA
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7- Medical therapy in the prevention of cerebral aneurysm rupture
Nohra CHALOUHI & David HASAN - Philadelphia, USA
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8- Oral anticoagulation and new antiplatelet therapy in acute and chronic cerebral ischemia
Didier LEYS - Lille, France
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ABC WIN 2016 Scientific Sessions

We are happy to announce that the topics of the WIN 2016 will be presented in the following order during the week :

  • 1- Miscellaneous
  • 2- Spine & spinal cord
  • 3- Aneurysm
  • 4- Stroke
  • 5- AVMs
  • 6- Dural fistulas

 

Sunday 2016.01.17 - ABC
Morning session 08:30 am - 12:00 am
Afternoon session 04:00 pm - 07.30 pm
Welcome cocktail 07:30 pm

Monday 2016.01.18 - WIN
Morning session 08:00 am - 12:00 am
Afternoon session 04:00 pm - 08:00 pm

Tuesday 2016.01.19 - WIN
Morning session 08:00 am - 12:00 am
Afternoon session 04:00 pm - 07:00 pm
Friendly Dinner 08:30 pm

Wednesday 2016.01.20 - WIN
Morning session 09:00 am - 12:00 am
Afternoon session 04:00 pm - 08:00 pm

Thursday 2016.01.21 - 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 2016.01.22 - WIN
Morning session 08:00 am - 11:00 am
Afternoon session 04:00 pm - 07:00 pm

 

 

MONDAY JANUARY 18TH 2016

Morning session
Moderators: M.Mawad & M. Tanaka

MISCELLANEOUS

An unusual complication to angiography
Söderman M., Bhogal P., Karolinska hospital, Stockholm, SWEDEN

Measurement of delay between acquisition and display during DSA
Kominami S., Suzuki M., Chiba-Hokuso Hospital, Nippon Medical School, Inzai, JAPAN

Measurement of effective patient dose of current angiographic DSA and FD-CT applications
Struffert T., University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Erlangen, Scholz R., Siemens Healtcare GmbH, Forchheim, Dörfler A., University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Erlangen, GERMANY

Reduction in radiation exposure during interventional neuroradiology procedures in a modern angiographic unit
Hassan A., Valley Baptist Medical Center, Harlingen, UNITED STATES ; Amelot S., GE Healthcare, Buc, FRANCE

Usefulness of Fusion Technology and 3D Angiography In Daily Neurointervention
Srivatanakul K., Tokai University, Kanagawa, JAPAN

Transradial approach for interventional neuroradiology
Kadziolka K., Western Hospital/ Szpital Zachodni, Grodzisk mazowiecki, POLAND ; Wretowski D., Department of Internal Medicine and Cardiology, Medical University of Warsaw, Poland, Warsaw, POLAND

Aspirin allergy management by desensitization
Bergui M., University of Turin, Torino, ITALY ; Gallesio I., Ospedale SS Antonio e Biagio, Alessandria, ITALY

Hyperresponse to platelet antiaggregants: tailored dosage reduction, monitored with the multiplate analyzer
Aguilar pérez M., Martinez moreno R., Henkes E., Klinikum Stuttgart, Stuttgart, GERMANY ; Zotz R., CTB, Düsseldorf, GERMANY ; Ganslandt O., Neurochirurgische Klinik, Klinikum , Stuttgart, GERMANY ; Bäzner H., Neurologische Klinik, Klinikum, Stuttgart, GERMANY ; Henkes H., Klinikum Stuttgart, Stuttgart, GERMANY

Ticagrelor : positive, negative and misunderstood properties as a new antiplatelet agent
Thibault L, Mv, Montreal, Canada

Interrupted aortic arch associated with persistent trigeminal artery aneurysm
Caldas J.G., Frudit M., Nalli D., University of Sao Paulo, Sao paulo, BRAZIL

Unusual cases of hypertrophied subarachnoid granulations
Houdart E., LARIBOISIERE, Paris, FRANCE

Afternoon session
Moderators: D. Roy & C. Cognard

CSF opening pressure changes related to venous sinus stenting for iih
Patsalides A., Dinkin M., New York Presbyterian/ Weill Cornell, New York, UNITED STATES

Brain slump caused by jugular venous stenoses treated by stenting: a hypothesis to link spontaneous intracranial hypotension with idiopathic intracranial hypertension
Higgins J.N., Trivedi R., Greenwood R., Pickard J., Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge, UNITED KINGDOM

Stent-mediated redistribution of cerebral venous outflow for severe unremitting headache:case report
Higgins J.N., Hall F., Pickard J., Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge, UNITED KINGDOM

SPINE & SPINAL CORD

Herniated discs unchanged over the time: size reduced after oxygen-ozone therapy herniated discs unchanged over
Bonetti M., Dept of Neuroradiology, Istituto Clinico Città di Brescia, Brescia, ITALY ; Zambello A., Dept of Anesthesiology, Casa di Cura “Fondazione Borghi”, Brebbia, varese, ITALY ; Leonardi M., BOLOGNA UNIVERSITY ITALY, Bologna, ITALY ; Princiotta C., Dept of Neuroradiology, IRCCS Neurological Sciences, Bologna, ITALY

Transoral route for percutaneous vertebroplasty of the lateral mass of C1
Clarençon F., Cormier E., Pascal-Mousselard H., Gabrieli J., Le Jean L., Chiras J., Pitié-Salpêtrière Hospital, Paris, FRANCE

Vertebral Body Stenting, Cement Augmentation, and Percutaneous Pedicular Screw Fixation in Extreme Spinal Osteolysis: a Valid Alternative to Corpectomy?
Cianfoni A., Neurocenter southern Switzerland, Lugano, SWITZERLAND

Case of Adamkiewicz Artery Aneurysm – Embryology Will Take Care of It
Raz E., Desousa K., NYU School of Medicine, New York, UNITED STATES ; Shapiro M., NYU, Bronx, UNITED STATES ; Nelson P.K., NYU School of Medicine, New York, UNITED STATES

What the hell is this? An interesting finding at the edge of our fov
Raz E., Shapiro M., NYU, Brooklyn, United States

New scoring system for clinical evaluation of patients with spinal vascular lesions
Suh D.C., Asan medical Center, Seoul, SOUTH KOREA

Embolization of renal cell carcinoma in spine using Onyx
Andeejani A., Prince sultan medical city, Riyadh, SAUDI ARABIA

Transarterial chemo thearapy for large head and neck tumour with unexpected result
Andeejani A., Prince sultan medical city, Riyadh, SAUDI ARABIA

Endovascular approach of ruptured cervical AVM
Lopez-ibor L., Rosati S., Moreu M., Echeverri A., Hospital Clinico San Carlos, Majadahonda, SPAIN

ANEURYSMS

Two very interesting angiographic tale of dissection cases
Cekirge S., Koru Hospitals and Bayindir Hospitals, Ankara, TURKEY ; Saatci I., KORU Hospitals, Ankara, TURKEY

Vertebral artery dissection causing subarachnoid haemorrhage
Le Feuvre D., Taylor A., University of Cape Town Groote Schuur Hospital, Cape Town, SOUTH AFRICA

Are all PICA aneurysm’s dissecting in nature: review of 16 cases?
Taylor A., Lefeuvre D., University of Cape Town, Cape Town, SOUTH AFRICA

Year: 

TUESDAY JANUARY 19TH 2016

Morning session
Moderators: M. Söderman & R. Van Den Berg

Anterior spinal and bulbar artery supply to the posterior inferior cerebellar artery revealed by a ruptured aneurysm
Gabrieli J., Clarençon F., Di Maria F., Pistocchi S., Bartolini B., Chauvet D., Chiras J., Sourour N-A., Hôpital Pitié-Salpêtrière, Paris, FRANCE

Asymptomatic spontaneous thrombosis of giant dissecting basilar artery aneurysm in a child having two dissecting aneurysms
Hassan F., Faculty of Medicine, Cairo university, Cairo, EGYPT

Complex supra-ophtalmic aneurysm: therapeutic dilemma!
Vanlangenhove P., Dhondt E., Van Den Bergh F., Defreyne L., Ghent university hospital, Ghent, BELGIUM

Unexplained (?) Drop of delayed hemorrhagic and oedematous complications after abc-win 2014
Bergui M., University of Turin, Torino, ITALY

Acute unruptured aneurysms thrombosis: Risk of rupture
Cognard C., Januel A.C., Tall P., Bonneville F., Michelozzi C., Hopital Pierre Paul Riquet, Toulouse, FRANCE

Simulation software for therapeutic planning now available in clinical practice : our first clinical experience with pipeline and web devices
Costalat V., CHU GUI DE CHAULIAC, Montpellier, FRANCE

3D structure of vasa vasorum in thrombosed rat cerebral aneurysms
Maekawa H., Miyamoto T., T kitazato K., Nagahiro S., Tokushima University, Tokushima, JAPAN

Results of the CFD challenge 2015: human vs. Computer for rupture status prediction
Kono K., Showa University Fujigaoka Hospital, Yokohama, JAPAN

Proposal of next aneurysm CFD challenge
Kono K., Showa university fujigaoka hospital, Yokohama, Japan

Flow diversion effect on isolated jailed intracranial arteries: quantification of immediate flow changes, topographic and angiographic correlation
Iosif C., Prudent K., Ponsonnard S., Saleme S., Waihrich E., Pedrolo-silveira E., Mounayer C., Dupuytren University Hospital, Limoges, FRANCE

Computation Of The Change in Length of a Flow Diverter When Deployed In Realistic Vessel Models
Blasco J., Hospital Clinic – Barcelona, Barcelona, SPAIN ; Fernández H., Galgo Medical, Barcelona, SPAIN ; Larrabide I., Galgo Medical / Pladema-CONICET, Barcelona / tandil, ARGENTINA ; San roman L., Hospital Clinic – Barcelona, Barcelona, SPAIN ; Mailaender W., Acandis GmbH, Pforzheim, GERMANY ; Kale R., Galgo Medical, Barcelona, SPAIN ; Serra L., Galgo Medical, Barcelona, SPAIN ; Chirife O., Hospital Clinic – Barcelona, Barcelona, SPAIN ; Macías N., Hospital Clinic – Barcelona, Barcelona, SPAIN ; Zarco F., Hospital Clinic – Barcelona, Barcelona, SPAIN ; Macho J., Hospital Clinic – Barcelona, Barcelona, SPAIN

A clinically applicable method for CFD flow simulation
Szikora I., NAtional Institute of Clinical Neurosciences, Budapest, HUNGARY ; Zavodszky G., Kondor M., Czencz M., Vadasz A., Berentei Z., Paal G., Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Budapest, HUNGARY

Simulation of flow diverter effect using the porous material technique
Szikora I., National Institute of Clinical Neurosciences, Budapest, HUNGARY ; Zavodszky G., Fulop G., Vadasz A., Czencz M., Kondor M., Gubucz I., Paal G., Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Budapest, HUNGARY

Correlation of computational fluid dynamics modeling of aneurysmal haemodynamics (with and without a flow diverter) with particle image velocimetry measurements
Chong W., Monash Medical Centre, Clayton, ; Qian Y., Macquarie University, Sydney,; Verrelli D., Macquarie University, Sydney,; Karunanithi K., Macquarie University, Sydney,; Yang W., Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation, Melbourne, AUSTRALIA

Blood flow analysis based on 2D digital subtraction angiography (DSA) for assessment of flow diverter stents effect. Which parameters are worth?
Bresson D., Claude I., Legallais C., Tighidet A., UMR CNRS 7338 Biomechanics and Bioingineering, University of Technology, Compiegne, FRANCE ; Clarençon F., Interventionnal neuroradiology department, Hôpital de la Pitié-Salpêtrière, Paris, FRANCE ; Jahnen A., Moll C., Luxembourg Institue of Science and Technology, Esch-sur alzette, LUXEMBOURG ; Mounayer C., Interventionnal neuroradiology department, Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Limoges, FRANCE

Afternoon session
Moderators: I. Szikora/P. Brouwer & P. White

Stenoses within flow diverters (PED and p64): frequent but mostly temporary and benign
Aguilar Pèrez M., Martinez moreno R., Henkes E., Kurre W., Ganslandt O., Bäzner H., Henkes H., Klinikum Stuttgar, GERMANY

Learning from setbacks: persistence of aneurysms following flow diverter embolization
Shapiro M., Raz E., Nelson P.K., NYU, New York, UNITED STATES

Parent artery curvature and angle of attack of blood flow affect flow diversion effect of Pipeline
Tateshima S., UCLA Medical Center, Los Angeles, UNITED STATES ; Obi S., Keio University School of Engineering, Yokohama, JAPAN ; Kullarmi C., Keio University School of Engineering, Yokohama, JAPAN ; Segas R., Keio University School of Engineering, Yokohama, JAPAN ; Duong D., Keio University School of Engineering, Yokohama, JAPAN

Early experience with the Pipeline Flex Embolisation Device with Shield Technology
Lamin S., Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham, UNITED KINGDOM ; Martinez-Galdamez M., Fundacion Jimenez-Diaz, Madrid, SPAIN

Treatment of distal fusiform aneurysms with Silk : experience in 21 patients
Chapot R., Stracke P., Nordmeyer H., Heddier M., Krupp Krankenhaus, Essen, Germany

The Derivo flow diverter stent in the treatment of intracranial aneurysms: short term results
Akgul E., Onan H.B., Cukurova Uni. Faculty of Medicine, Adana, TURKEY ; Akpinar S., Radiology Section of State Hospital, Nicosia, CYPRUS ; Balli H.T., Cukurova Uni. Faculty of Medicine, Adana, TURKEY ; Karluka I., Cukurova Uni. Faculty of Medicine, Adana, TURKEY ; Aksungur E.H., Cukurova Uni. Faculty of Medicine, Adana, TURKEY

A new aneurysm occlusion classification after the impact of flow modification on endovascular cerebral aneurysm treatment
Cekirge S., Saatci I., KORU Hospitals, Ankara, TURKEY

Flow Diverter Treatment : how to evalute results? A new proposed classification
Chapot R., Krupp Krankenhaus, Essen, GERMANY

The « Sphere »: a dedicated bifurcation aneurysm flow-diverter device
Peach T., Ventikos Y., University College London, London, UNITED KINGDOM ; Cornhill J.F., Weil-Cornell Medical College, New York, UNITED STATES ; Nguyen A., Weil-Cornell Medical College, New York, UNITED STATES ; Riina H., NYU Langone Medical Center, New York, UNITED STATES

Adjunctive neurovascular support for wide-neck aneurysm embolization and reconstruction (answer study): results from united states centers
Spiotta A., Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, UNITED STATES

Medina® devices in the treatment of wide neck intracranial aneurysms: single-center preliminary experiencen
Sourour N., Federico Di Maria Md ; Saskia Vande Perre, Md ; Joseph Gabrieli, Md; Jacques Chiras, Md ; Frédéric Clarençon, Md, Phd, Pitie Salpetriere HOSPITAL, Paris, FRANCE

Year: 

WEDNESDAY JANUARY 20TH 2016

Morning session
Moderators: T. Krings & J. Dion

It´s all about the neck: initial experience with Medina
Aguilar pèrez M., Martinez moreno R., Ganslandt O., Bäzner H., Henkes H., Klinikum Stuttgart, Stuttgart, GERMANY

Cases using pulserider® as an adjunctive device for endovascular treatment of bifurcation aneurysms
Sakai N., Kobe City Medical Center General Hospital, Kobe, JAPAN ; Tateshima S., UCLA Medical Center, Los Angeles, UNITED STATES ; Imamura H., Kobe City Medical Center General Hospital, Kobe, JAPAN ; Arimura K., Kobe City Medical Center General Hospital, Kobe, JAPAN ; Sakai C., Neuroendovascular Therapy, Institute of Biomedical Research and Innovation, Kobe, JAPAN

Midterm experiences with the Pulserider in Northern Europe. Report of 30 cases
Gál G., Odense University Hospital, Odense, DENMARK

Contour neurovascular system™: a novel aneurysm embolization technology
Lobotesis K., Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, London, UNITED KINGDOM

Stent-assisted treatment of complex aneurysms: initial and mid-term results
Struffert T., Lang S., Engelhorn T., Kloska S., Gölitz P., Dörfler A., University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Erlangen, GERMANY

First clinical experience with the low profile atlas stent on 11 patients
Costalat V., Moreno R., Eker O., Riquelme C., Gascou G., Bonafé A., CHU GUI DE CHAULIAC, Montpellier, FRANCE

Y stenting with the Atlas stent: a case series
Arat A., Hacettepe univeristy, Ankara, Turkey, Akmangit I., Daglioglu E., Anea hospital, Ankara, Turkey

Acclino stent use in acute and rescue cases
Rennie I., Royal Victoria Hospital Belfast, Belfast, UNITED KINGDOM ;

The development of nes covered stent in intracranial aneurysms therapy
Chen X., SHENZHEN PEOPLE’S HOSPITAL, Shenzhen, CHINA

Endovascular treatment of wide-neck and bifurcation intracranial aneurysms using WEB embolization device – a single center 1.5 half year experience
Mis M., Specjalistyczny Szpital im. A. Sokołowskiego, Wałbrzych, Polska, Wałbrzych, POLAND ; Mis M., Specjalistyczny Szpital im. A. Sokołowskiego, Wałbrzych, Polska (Wałbrzych, POLAND

Results of turkish WEB study targeted to obtain multiple consecutive angiographic fus to evaluate the long term outcome of flow remodelling remnants after endovascular treatment
Cekirge S., Koru Hospitals and Bayindir Hospitals, Ankara, TURKEY ; Saatci I., KORU Hospitals, Ankara, TURKEY

Safety results from treatment of 109 cerebral aneurysms using the woven endobridge technique in the United Kingdom: preliminary results
Lawson A.,; Patankar T., Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, Leeds, UNITED KINGDOM ; Lamin S., Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham, UNITED KINGDOM ; Sellar R., Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, UNITED KINGDOM ; Molyneux A., Nuffield Department of Surgical Sciences, University of Oxford, Oxford, UNITED KINGDOM ; Thomas A., Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham, UNITED KINGDOM ; Gholkar A., Royal Victoria Infirmary, Newcastle upon Tyne, UNITED KINGDOM

Safety and efficacy of the WEB single layer (webcast 2)
Pierot L., CHU Reims, Reims, FRANCE ; Barreau X., CHU Bordeaux, Bordeaux, FRANCE ; Szikora I., National Institute for Neurosciences, Budapest, HUNGARY ; Fiehler J., University of Hamburg, Hamburg, GERMANY ; Holtmannspötter M., Rigshospitalet, Copenhagen, DENMARK ; Herbreteau D., CHU Tours, Tours, FRANCE ; Stockx L., Limburgs Vaatcentrum, Genk, BELGIUM ; Spelle L., CHU Kremlin-Bicêtre, Kremlin-bicêtre, FRANCE ; Cognard C., CHU Toulouse, Toulouse, FRANCE ; Berkefeld J., Universitätsklinikum Frankfurt, Francfort, GERMANY

WEB aneurysm treatment:should we enlarge the indications?
Pierot L., Narata A-P., Januel A-C., Metaxas G., Bibi R., Cognard C., CHU Reims, Reims, FRANCE

Afternoon session
Moderators: C. Mounayer & S. Pongpech

WEB treatment for small aneurysms: 1 year follow-up
Bhattacharya J., Glasgow, United Kingdom

WEB treatment of ruptured intracranial aneurysms
Peluso J., Van rooij W.J., Sluzewski M., Sint Elisabeth Ziekenhuis, Tilburg, NETHERLANDS

WEB oversizing: A new way of using WEB
Cognard C., Januel A.C., Tall P., Bonneville F., Michelozzi C., Hopital Pierre Paul Riquet, Toulouse, FRANCE

The Single Layer Woven Endobridge Device (WEBTM SL) in the treatment of ruptured intracranial aneurysms in 20 cases with at least 6 month FU. A single center experience
Holtmannspotter M., Cronqvist M., Wagner A., Cortsen M., Stavngaard T. Rigshospitalet, university of Copenhagen, Denmark

Coiling of wide-necked intracranial aneurysms assisted by a temporary bridging device (comaneci). Preliminary experience
Fischer S., Weber A., Mpotsaris A., Weber W., Universitätsklinikum Bochum, Institut für Diagnostische und Interventionelle Radiologie, Neuroradiologie und Nuklearmedizin, Bochum, GERMANY

New applications of the Comaneci decive (remodeling mesh) önal b
Önal B., Gazi University, School of Medicine, Ankara, TURKEY ; Ilgit E.T., Gazi University, School of Medicine, Ankara, TURKEY ; Akkan K., Gazi University, School of Medicine, Ankara, TURKEY ; özaydin B., Gazi University, School of Medicine, Ankara, TURKEY

Treatment of intracranial aneurysms with volume coils PC400
Politi M., Hospital, Papanagiotou P., Hospital Bremen-Mitte, Bremen, GERMANY

Stentectomy : Retrieval of stents after stent assisted coiling
Chapot R., Stracke P., Nordmeyer H., Heddier M., Krupp Krankenhaus, Essen, GERMANY

Early experience with the Penumbra smart microcoil in the endovascular treatment of intracranial aneurysms: safety and efficacy
Stapleton C., Torok C., Patel A., Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, UNITED STATES

Early single center experience with the novel Penumbra SMART coil: Clinical results from the first 30 patients.
Frei D., Swedish medical center, Denver, UNITED STATES

STROKE

Back to the future, Submaximal angioplasty for symptomatic high grade intracranial stenosis
Siddiqui A., Levy E., Snyder K., Hopkins L., Universitat, Buffalo, United States

High content of cd3+ cells in intracranial thrombi may represent a biomarker of atherothrombotic stroke
Dargazhanli C., Costalat V., montpellier/team T., CHU GUI DE CHAULIAC, Montpellier, FRANCE

Characteristics of Stent Retriever on Removing the Clot-Bench Test Using Artificial Clot and Endovascular Simulation System
Nemoto S., Tokyo Medical and Dental University, Tokyo, JAPAN

Which aneurysm to treat: an indication for vessel wall imaging?
Makalanda L., Bhogal P., The Royal London Hospital, UNITED KINGDOM

Time is brain: standardized neuro-interventional thrombectomy protocols lead to faster recanalization times
Frei D., Swedish Medical Center, Denver, UNITED STATES

Process improvements in acute stroke care
Turner R., Turk A., Chaudry I., Spiotta A., Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, UNITED STATES

Experience with stentriever in 50 cases of acute ischemic stroke
Karapurkar A., BREACH CANDY HOSPITAL, MUMBAI, Mumbai, INDIA

Year: 

THURSDAY JANUARY 21TH 2016

Morning session
Moderators: P. Brouwer & D. Orbach

Endovascular therapy versus systemic thrombolysis in every day clinical practice
Politi M., Roth C., Papanagiotou P., Hospital Bremen-Mitte, Bremen, GERMANY

Arterial perforations during thrombectomy : incidence, management and outcome
Roy D., Khoury N., Kotowsky M., Raymond J., Weill A., CHUM, Montréal, CANADA

A complicated stenting during thrombectomy
Vanlangenhove P., Dhondt E., Van den bergh F., Defreyne L., Ghent university hospital, Ghent, BELGIUM

River-Japan (reperfuse ischemic vessels with endovascular recanalization device-japan): revive tm se approving study in Japan
Sakai N., Kobe City Medical Center General Hospital, Kobe, JAPAN ; Ota S., Ota Memorial Hospital, Fukuyama, JAPAN ; Matsumoto Y., Konan Hospital, Sendai, JAPAN ; Kondo R., Yamagata City Hospital, Yamagata, JAPAN

Advanced imaging in acute ischemic stroke; the MRCLEAN experience
Van Zwam W., Maastricht University Medical Centre, NETHERLANDS ; Berkhemer O., Academical Medical Centre, Amsterdam, NETHERLANDS ; Van Oostenbrugge R., Maastricht University Medical Centre, NETHERLANDS ; Van der Lugt A., Erasmus Medical Centre, Rotterdam, NETHERLANDS ; Majoie C., Roos Y., Academical Medical Centre, Amsterdam, NETHERLANDS ; Dippel D., Erasmus Medical Centre, Rotterdam, NETHERLANDS

Impact of General Anesthesia on clinical outcome and safety in MRCLEAN
Van Zwam W., Maastricht University Medical Centre, NETHERLANDS ; Berkhemer O., Academical Medical Centre, Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Maastricht, NETHERLANDS ; Van Oostenbrugge R., Maastricht University Medical Centre, Maastricht, NETHERLANDS ; Van Der Lugt A., Erasmus Medical Centre, Rotterdam, NETHERLANDS ; Majoie C., Roos Y., Academical Medical Centre, Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Maastricht, NETHERLANDS ; Dippel D., Erasmus Medical Centre, Rotterdam, NETHERLANDS

Endovascular management of tandem occlusion stroke related to internal carotid artery dissection using a distal to proximal approach. Insight from the recost study
Costalat V., CHU GUI DE CHAULIAC, Montpellier, FRANCE ; Marnat G., CHU Bordeaux, Bordeaux, FRANCE

Single Center Experience With The Trevo Xp 6×25 Mm. As A Primary Device In Acute Ischemic Stroke Patients With Large Vessel Occlusion
Blasco J., San roman L., Macías N., Zarco F., Chirife O., Saenz L., Llull L., Amaro S., Urra X., Macho J., Hospital Clinic – Barcelona, Barcelona, SPAIN

Safety and utility of microcatheter injection in stentriever neurothrombectomy: insights from swift prime trial
Raychev R., 1.Sadleback Memorial Hospital; 2. UCLA, Los Angeles, Jahan R., UCLA, Los Angeles, Saver J., UCLA, Los Angeles, Nogueira R., Marcus Stroke and Neuroscience Ctr, Grady Memorial Hosp, Dept of Neurology, Emory University School of Medicine, Atlanta, UNITED STATES ; Goyal M., Depts of Radiology and Clinical Neurosciences, Univ of Calgary, Calgary, CANADA ; Pereira V., Toronto Western Hosp/Univ of Toronto, Toronto, CANADA ; Levy E., Dept of Neurosurgery, SUNY at Buffalo,, Buffalo, UNITED STATES ; Yavagal D., Univ of Miami/Jackson Memorial Hosp, Miami, UNITED STATES ; Cognard C., Dept of Diagnostic and Therapeutic Neuroradiology, Univ Hosp of Toulouse, Toulouse, FRANCE ; Liebeskind D., UCLA, Los Angeles, UNITED STATES

Primary aspiration technique in acute stroke treatment with ACE 64
Papanagiotou P., Politi M., Hospital Bremen-Mitte, Bremen, GERMANY

A multicenter experience of the ACE64 reperfusion catheter as frontline in acute ischemic stroke management – initial results from the racer study
Lo T., University Medical Center Utrecht, Utrecht, NETHERLANDS ; Kowoll A., University Hospital Knappschaftskrankenhaus Bochum, Bochum, GERMANY ; Moreno A., Hospital Clinico Universitario Virgen de la Arrixaca, Murcia, SPAIN ; Weber J., Kantonspital St. Gallen, St. gallen, SWITZERLAND ; Loehr C., Klinikum Vest Knappschaftskrankenhaus Recklinghausen, Recklinghausen, GERMANY ; Gal G., Odense University Hospital, Odense, DENMARK ; Körner H., Universitätsklinikum des Saarlandes, Homburg, GERMANY ; Berlis A., Klinikum Augsburg, Ausburg, GERMANY ; Weber W., University Hospital Knappschaftskrankenhaus Bochum, Bochum, GERMANY ; Massó J., Hospital Universitario Donostia, San sebastián, SPAIN ; Peschillo S., Hospital Policlinico Umberto I, Roma, ITALY

Long term experience using the adapt technique for the treatment of acute ischemic stroke
Chaudry I., Vargas J., Spiotta A., Turner R., Turk A., Medical University of South Carolina, Mt. pleasant, UNITED STATES

Mechanical thrombectomy with « adapt » technique by transcervical access in acute ischemic stroke
Castaño C., Remollo S., Garcia-sort R., Hidalgo C., Hospital Universitario Germans Trias i Pujol, Barcelona, SPAIN

Progressive brainstem compression from basilar AVF: a radical treatment in a young child
Orbach D., Pokmeng see A., Boston Children’s Hospital, Boston, UNITED STATES

Afternoon session
Moderators: A. Biondi & A. Taylor

Multicenter experience with the new sofia plus as a primary local aspiration catheter for acute ischemic stroke thrombectomy
Möhlenbruch M., Department of Neuroradiology, University Hospital Heidelberg, Heidelberg, GERMANY ; Kabbasch C., Department of Radiology and Neuroradiology, University Hospital Cologne, Cologne, GERMANY ; Kowoll A., Department of Radiology and Neuroradiology, University Hospital Knappschaftskrankenhaus Bochum-Langendreer, Bochum, GERMANY ; Müller M., Department of Neuroradiology, University Hospital Aachen, Aachen, GERMANY ; Trenkler J., Department of Radiology, Landes-Nervenklinik Wagner-Jauregg, Linz, AUSTRIA ; Killer-oberpfalzer M., Research Institute of Neurointervention/Department of Neurology, Paracelsus Medical University, Christian Doppler Clinic, Salzburg, AUSTRIA

Impact of SofiaTM plus catether in 
ischemic stroke’s world:
a single centre experience (Messina) 

Caragliano A., Pitrone A., Papa R., Vinci S., Bernava G., University of Messina, Messina, ITALY

Clinical outcomes in acute ischemic stroke patients treated with mechanical thrombectomy: comparison of the solumbra and adapt techniques
Delgado almandoz J., Kayan Y., Young M., Fease J., Scholz J., Milner A., Hehr T., Roohani P., Mulder M., Tarrel R., Abbott Northwestern Hospital, Minneapolis, UNITED STATES

Comparison of outcome and interventional complication rate in acute stroke patients treated with mechanical thrombectomy with and without bridging thrombolysis
Chapot R., Weber R., Nordmeyer H., Stracke P., Heddier M., Krupp krankenhaus, Essen, Germany

Current status of acute stroke intervention in japan – initial analysis of the prospective multicenter registry
Yoshimura S., Hyogo College of Medicine, Nishinomiya, JAPAN ; Uchida K., Hyogo College of Medicine, Nishinomiya, JAPAN ; Sakai N., Kobe City Medical Center, Kobe, JAPAN ; Yamagami H., National Cerebral Cardiovascular Center, Osaka, JAPAN

Cost-utility analysis of mechanical thrombectomy using stent retrievers in acute ischemic stroke
Lobotesis K., Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, London, UNITED KINGDOM

New data about diaphragms of the ICA
Houdart E., LARIBOISIERE, Paris, FRANCE

After crest study and advent of thrombectomy: new opportunities for carotid angioplasty?
Berge J., CHU BORDEAUX, Bordeaux cedex, FRANCE

Carotid stenting using « sfr » (symplified flow reversal) approach with penumbra pump and a balloon guiding catheter. First 16 patients, peri-procedural issues and 6 months follow-up
Costalat V., CHU GUI DE CHAULIAC, Montpellier, FRANCE

Staged angioplasty to avoid hyperperfusion syndrome for carotid artery stenosis
Uchida K., Hyogo Collage of Medicine, Nishinomiya, JAPAN ; Shirakawa M., Hyogo Collage of Medicine, Nishinomiya, JAPAN ; Yoshimura S., Hyogo Collage of Medicine, Nishinomiya, JAPAN

Symptomatic plaque protrusion following carotid artery stenting: diagnosis, management, and review of the literature
Cord B., Yeung J., Hardik A., Fisayo A., Dearborn J., Sansing L., Matouk C., Yale University, New haven, UNITED STATES

Carotid Artery Angioplasty Versus Stenting In Acute Ischemic Stroke Due to Extracranial Occlusion of the Internal Carotid Artery
Choudhri O., Gupta M., Mctaggart R., Dodd R., Marks M., Stanford University, Stanford, california, UNITED STATES

Vertebral artery stenting in chronic vertebrobasilar insufficiency, clinical outcomes based on use of distal protection device
Malek R., Kelly-tolley U., Padidar A., Parthasarathy S., Minimall Invasive Surgical Solutions, San jose, UNITED STATES

Mechanical thrombectomy of venous sinuses. Initial experience, development and improvement of the technique
Castaño C., Remollo S., Garcia-sort R., Hidalgo C., Hospital Universitario Germans Trias i Pujol, Barcelona, SPAIN

AVM-AVF

Outcome of AVM treatment in children
Van Doormaal T., Lo R., De Kort G., Van der Zwan B., Han S., UMC Utrecht, Utrecht, NETHERLANDS

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FRIDAY JANUARY 22TH 2016

Morning session
Moderators: G. Benndorf & R. Chapot

Single center experience with the Pele i-m catheter
Gál G., Odense University Hospital, Odense, DENMARK

Angiogenesis and AVMs some observations
Berenstein A., Mont Sinai, New York, UNITED STATES/em>

Endovascular approach of lenticulostriates and thalamic AVM´sterritory
Lopez-Ibor L., Rosati S. Moreu M., Echeverri A., Hospital Clinico San Carlos, Majadahonda, SPAIN/em>

Endovascular approach of pial AV fistulas and AVM fistulas: the beaver technique
Lopez-ibor L., Rosati S., Moreu M., Echeverri A., Hospital Clinico San Carlos, Majadahonda, SPAIN/em>

Superficial middle cerebral vein connection to the cavernous sinus is not infrequent in brain arteriovenous malformations: an argument against their congenital origin?
Shotar E., Guédon A., Sourour N., Di Maria F., Gabrieli J., Nouet A., Chiras J., Clarençon F., Pitié Salpêtrière Hospital, Paris, FRANCE/em>

Unruptured brain AVM : what to do now?
Houdart E., LARIBOISIERE, Paris, FRANCE/em>

Endovascular treatment of vein of galen malformation using rapid ventricular pacing – a case report
Ramgren B., Undrén P., Gelberg J., Liuba P., Rask O., Wassélius J., Skåne University Hospital Lund, Lund, SWEDEN/em>

Long-term outcome of patients with vein of Galen aneurysmal malformation
Saliou G., Taffin H., Maurey H., Bicetre Hospital, Le Kremlin Bicetre, FRANCE

Afternoon session
Moderators: G. Rodesch & S. Bracard

Dural AVF presenting with brain stem involement: 3 cases
Karapurkar A., BREACH CANDY HOSPITAL, MUMBAI, Mumbai, INDIA

Dural AVF with aneurysm on feeding branch of PICA
Karapurkar A., BREACH CANDY HOSPITAL, MUMBAI, Mumbai, INDIA ;

Transvenous embolization of a dural AVF of the anterior cranaial fossa
Vanlangenhove P., Dhondt E., Van den bergh F., Defreyne L., Ghent university hospital, Ghent, BELGIUM

A history of scalp AVM
Houdart E., LARIBOISIERE, Paris, FRANCE

Long term follow up of a patient with cerebral proliferative angiopathy
Söderman M., Karolinska hospital, Stockholm, SWEDEN

Use of braided stents as a “movable” remodeling devices during embolization of difficult bifurcation aneurysms
Zawadzki M., Kostkiewicz B., Walecki J., Csk mswia, Warsaw, Poland

How wide is the therapeutic window in hemodynamic strokes?
Pero G., Valvassori L., Quilici L., Piano M., Boccardi E., Niguarda ca’ granda hospital, Milano, Italy

Characteristics and Multimodality Management of Vermian Arteriovenous Malformations – Single Center Series of Seven Cases
Leesch W., Sanderson F., Kostov D., Amadeo J., Mcallister W., Salvant J., Kersh R., Layser J., Ramakrishnan P. Riverside regional medical center, Newport News, UNITED STATES

Management Of Acute Stent Thrombosis in Intracranial Stenting
Andeejani A., Prince sultan medical city, Riyadh, SAUDI ARABIA

Partially thrombosed basilar tip aneurysm: any therapeutic option?
Söderman M., Karolinska hospital, Stockholm, SWEDEN

Small size AVM with giant venous ectasia creating rapidly progressive hemiparesis
Houdart E., LARIBOISIERE, Paris, FRANCE

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