Programme 2017

ABC WIN 2017

January 15-20 2017

ABC topic of the Year: CRANIOCERVICAL JUNCTION

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Sunday January 15th

Morning Session

08:30 - 12:00

1- Embryology and Anomalies of the Craniocervical Junction
Charles RAYBAUD - Toronto - Canada
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2- 3D vascular anatomy of the Craniocervical Junction
Philippe MERCIER - Angers - France
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Break (30 minutes)

3- The veins of the Craniocervical Junction
Diego San MILLAN - Sion – Switzerland
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4- Arterial radioanatomy of the Craniocervical junction
Kittipong SRIVATANAKUL – Kanagawa – Japan
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Afternoon Session

16:00 - 19:30

5- CSF hydrodynamics in Craniocervical Junction anomalies
J.D. HEISS – Bethesda – USA
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6- Vascular tumor of the Craniocervical Junction
Laligam SEKHAR – Washington – USA<
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7- Arteriovenous Fistulas of the Craniocervical Junction
Yuji MATSUMARU – Japan

8- Aneurysms and arterial dissections of the Craniocervical Junction
Michihiro TANAKA – Kamogawa – Japan
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ABC WIN 2017 Scientific Sessions

We are happy to announce that the topics of the WIN 2017 will be presented in the following order during the week :

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

 

Sunday 2017. 01.15
ABC Morning session 08:30 am - 12:00 am
Afternoon session 04:00 pm - 07.30 pm
Welcome cocktail 07:30 pm

Monday 2017. 01.16
WIN Morning session 08:00 am - 12:00 am
Afternoon session 04:00 pm - 08:00 pm

Tuesday 2017. 01.17
WIN Morning session 08:00 am - 12:00 am
Afternoon session 04:00 pm - 07:00 pm
Friendly Dinner 08:30 pm

Wednesday 2017. 01.18
WIN Morning session 09:00 am - 12:00 am
Afternoon session 04:00 pm - 08:00 pm

Thursday 2017. 01.19
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 2017. 01. 20
WIN Morning session 08:00 am - 11:00 am
Afternoon session 04:00 pm - 07:00 pm

 

 

PROGRAMME 2017

MONDAY JANUARY 16TH 2017

Morning session
Moderators: Jacques Dion, (Atlanta - USA) & Michiro Tanaka (Tokyo - JAPAN)

MISCELLANEOUS

Endovascular treatment of post traumatic scalp avf
Taylor A., Le Feuvre D., University of Cape Town, Cape town, SOUTH AFRICA

A new steerable microcatheter; in Vivo experience in a rabbit model
Berenstein A., Killer M., Cabiri O., Mont Sinai, New York, USA

A new grading system to evaluate the result of treatment in lymphatic malformations
Berenstein A., Delacy R., Soma P., Shigomatsu T., Mont Sinai, New Yorl, USA

A vein of foramen caecum
Aoki R., Srivatanakul K., Tokai University, Kanagawa, JAPAN

Misdiagnosis for Intractable Pulsatile Tinnitus Following Angioplasty and Stenting of Dural Venous Sinus Stenosis
Kupcs K., University Hospital, Riga, LATVIA

A rigorous approach to dural venous sinus stenting (DVSS) in Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension (IIH): 90 day clinical, radiological and manometric outcomes
Robertson F., Rennie A., Toma A., National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, UCLH, London, UNITED KINGDOM

Styloidectomy as an Adjunct or Alternative to Jugular Stenting in Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension and Disturbances of Cranial Venous Outflow
Higgins N., Garnett M., Pickard J., Axon P., Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge, UNITED KINGDOM

Do « non adhesive » liquid agents used in vascular malformations act similarly?
Saleme S., Pedrolo silveira E., Mounayer C., CHU, Limoges, FRANCE

A double-lumen ballon as a pressure cook technique for pre-operative embolization of a giant hypervascularized meningioma
Raphaeli G., Gilboa B., Rabin medical center, Petach-tikva, ISRAEL

Spontaneous Inflation during DSA Runs of a Dual Lumen Balloon used for a Balloon Assisted Coiling
Clarençon F., Gabrieli J., Shotar E., Bartolini B., Pistocchi S., Sourour N-A., Pitié-Salpêtrière Hospital, Paris, FRANCE

A new preoperative embolization technique for infratentorial tumors?
Vanlangenhove P., Dhondt E., Vandenberg F., Defreyne L., Ghent University Hospital, Ghent, BELGIUM

Stentoplasty of SAH-induced vasospasm - evaluation of a new concept and initial cases
Liebig T., Charité, Berlin, GERMANY ; Aguilar Pérez M., Katharinenhospital, Stuttgart, GERMANY ; Bauknecht H.C., Charité, Berlin, GERMANY ; Henkes H., Katharinenhospital, Stuttgart, GERMANY

The Use of Stent-Retrievers in the Treatment of Cerebral Vasospasm Secondary to Aneurysmal SAH
Bhogal P., Klinikum, Stuttgart, GERMANY ; Loh Y., Swedish Neuroscience Institute, Seattle, UNITED STATES ; Makalanda L., St. Bartholomews and The Royal London Hospital, London, UNITED KINGDOM ; Brouwer P., Andersson T., Söderman M., The Karolinska University Hospital, Stockholm, SWEDEN

Afternoon session
Moderators: R. Piske (Sao Paolo - BRAZIL), P. Mosimann (Bern - SWITZERLAND)

Continuous Intra-Arterial Verapamil Infusion for Refractory RCVS
Shapiro M., Raz E., Nelson P.K., Torres J., NYU School of Medicine, New York, UNITED STATES

Flexible iso-center of the lateral C-arm: not only a solution for optimal visualization of aneurysms with challenging anatomy, but also an indirect dose-saving function
Borota L., University Hospital, Uppsala, SWEDEN ; Patz A., Toshiba Medical Systems Europe - X-Ray Business Unit, Zoetermeer, NETHERLANDS

Influence of the intra-arterial contrast injection on image quality of time resolved rotational 3D-DSA (4D-DSA)
Lang S., Hölter P., Lücking H., Rösch J., Gölitz P., Struffert T., Dörfler A., University Hospital, Erlangen, GERMANY

Dose to the lens is crucial: are we safe?
Struffert T., Kertes G., Scholz R., Dörfler A., University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Erlangen, GERMANY

Radiation doses in pediatric Interventional Neuroradiology procedures
Meila D., Schmidt C., Melber K., Grieb D., Greling B., Schlunz-hendann M., Sana Kliniken, Duisburg, GERMANY ; Jacobs C., University, Mainz, GERMANY ; Lanfermann H., Medical School, Hannover, GERMANY ; Brassel F., Sana Kliniken, Duisburg, GERMANY

Alternative use of the Comanecci / Tiger device for distal catheterization
Chapot R., Stracke P., Hannes N., Heddier M., Alfried Krupp Krankenhaus, Essen, GERMANY

Clinical Efficacy of Dual-Energy CT-Angiography and Metal Subtraction Method for Coil Embolization
Wada H., Asahikawa Medical University, Asahikawa, Hokkaido, JAPAN

What you should know about Cangrelor: a new IV antiplatelet agent
Thibault L., MVI, Montreal, CANADA

Aneuryms

Why do we accept bad and unstructured training for future neurointerventionists? Time, ego or both?
Andersson T., Karolinska Hospital/AZ Groeninge, Stockholm, SWEDEN

Do we need antiplatelet drug modification according to platelet function test before stent-assisted coiling of unruptured intracranial aneurysm?
Song J., Konyang University Hospital, Daejeon, SOUTH KOREA ; Shin Y.S., Seoul St. Mary's Hospital, Seoul, SOUTH KOREA

The use of stents in the acute phase after subarachnoid hemorrhage
Borota L., Nyberg C., Mahmoud E., Centre for Medical Imaging, University Hospital, Uppsala, SWEDEN ; Lewén A., Enblad P., Ronne-engström E., Department of Neurosurgery, University Hospital, Uppsala, SWEDEN

Impact of Patient and Aneurysm related Characteristics on the Severity of Acute Aneurysmal Subarachnoid Hemorrhage: A Nationwide Survey
Zumofen D., Basel University Hospital, Basel, SWITZERLAND

Interdisciplinary management of aneurysmal SAH – a 10 years series
Almatter M., Aguilar peréz M., Hellstern V., Bhogal P., Serna C., Gansladt O., Bäzner H., Henkes H., Klinikum, Stuttgart, GERMANY

Retrospective investigation of pediatric intracranial aneurysms in a single center
Jiang L., Zeng G., Zhang H., XuanWu Hospital, Beijing, CHINA

Basilar Perforator Aneurysm: Don't touch
Eckert B., AK Altona, Hamburg, GERMANY

Year: 

TUESDAY JANUARY 17TH 2017

Morning session
Moderators: M. Söderman (Stockholm - SWEDEN), S. Saleme (Limoges - FRANCE)

Aneurysm (suite)

Ophthalmic vein occlusion after P.COM aneurysm treatment
Kohansal R., Sayad Shirazi Hospital, Gorgan, IRAN

A ruptured pericallosa mirror aneurysm: a challenge to treat!
Vanlangenhove P., Dhondt E., Vandenberg F., Defreyne L., Ghent University Hospital, Ghent, BELGIUM

Delayed treatment of an unexpected complication during coiling of a ruptured ACM aneurysm
Vanlangenhove P., Dhondt E., Vandenberg F., Defreyne L., University hospital, Ghent, BELGIUM

Mal-opening and acute thrombosis of a flow diverter and a multi-modal approach to overcome this major complication
Raphaeli G., Gilboa B., Rabin Medical Center, Petach-tikva, ISRAEL

Rupture of a Pipeline stent used to treat a dissecting aneurysm of the left vertebral artery
Castaño C., Remollo S., Terceño M., Garcia-sort R., Hospital Universitario Germans Trias i Pujol, Barcelona, SPAIN

Unusual complications of Pipeline
Miyachi S., Osaka Medical College, Takatsuki, JAPAN

How frequent are ischemic complications more than one year after placement of a flow diverter?
Chapot R., Stracke P., Nordmeyer H., Heddier M., Mosimann P., Alfried Krupp Krankenhaus, Essen, GERMANY

Direct puncture of common carotid artery for the treatment of Pipeline Embolization Device
Ezura M., Kimura N., Morita T., Uenohara H., NHO Medical Center, Sendai, JAPAN

Endovascular treatment of distal anterior cerebral artery aneurysms with a Low-profile Visualized Intraluminal Support (LVIS Jr) device
Liu S., Ye M., Ling F., Xuanwu Hospital Capital Medical University, Beijing, CHINA

Afternoon session
Moderators: M. Cronqvist (Lund - SWEDEN), H. Q. Zhang (Beijing - CHINA)

Mid-term results of T-stent (non-overlapping Y) assited coiling of wide-necked and complex intracranial aneurysms using low profile stents
Aydin K., Sencer S., Barburoglu M., Berdikhojayev M., University, Faculty of Medicine, Istanbul, TURKEY ; Chapot R., Alfried Krupp Krankenhaus Hospital, Essen, GERMANY

Endovascular treatment of complex intracranial aneurysms using Acandis Acclino stents
Brassel F., Grieb D., Meila D., Schlunz-Hendann M., Greling B., Melber K., Sana Kliniken, Duisburg, GERMANY

Clinical and angiographical outcomes of 102 patients who were treated with Atlas intracranial stent for intracranial aneurysms
Daglioglu E., Akmangit I., Belen D., Numune Hospital, Ankara, TURKEY ; Arat A., Hacettepe University, Ankara, TURKEY

Temporary stent-assisted coil embolization as a treatment option for wide neck aneurysms
Wiesmann M., Nikoubashman O., Brockmann C., Schubert G., Reich A., Müller M., University Hospital RWTH, Aachen, GERMANY

Stent-assisted coil embolization of aneurysms by using flow diverting effect of stents with medium metal wall coverage ratio
Suh D.C., Asan Medical Center, Seoul, SOUTH KOREA

Flow diverter or braided stent?
Kurabe S., Chapot R., Alfried Krupp Krankenhaus, Essen, GERMANY

Porosity distribution on deployed Flow Diverters: simulation and assessment
Larrabide I., Universidad Nacional del Centro, Tandil, ARGENTINA ; Fernandez H., Curto A., Galgo Medical, Barcelona, SPAIN ; Ding A., Acandis GmbH, Pforzheim, GERMANY

Analysis of neointima development in flow diverters using Optical Coherence Tomography imaging
Lopes D., Rush University, Chicago, UNITED STATES ; Matsuda Y., Wakayama Medical University, Wakayama, JAPAN ; Chung J., Gangnam Severance Hospital, Seoul, SOUTH KOREA

Treatment of small ruptured cerebral aneurysms with flowdiverters (FD)
Zawadzki M., ; Kostkiewicz B., ; Walecki J., Central Clinical Hospital of the Ministry of the Interior and Administration, Warsaw, POLAND ; Koszewski W., Department of Neurosurgery, Medical University, Bielanski Hospital, Warsaw, POLAND

Endovascular treatment of intracranial aneurysms with Leo Baby stents – Mini Flow Diversion
Puthuran M., Pullicino R., Chandran A., The Walton Centre, Liverpool, UNITED KINGDOM

Clinical and angiographical outcomes of 53 patients who were treated with Derivo embolization device for intracranial aneurysms
Daglioglu E., Akmangit I., Belen D., Numune Hospital, Ankara, TURKEY ; Arat A., Hacettepe University, Ankara, TURKEY

Year: 

WEDNESDAY JANUARY 18TH 2017

Morning session
Moderators : M. Frudit (Sao Paulo - BRAZIL), P. Brouwer (Stockholm - SWEDEN)

Aneurysm (Suite)

The FRED flow diverter – A study on safety and efficacy in a consecutive group of 50 patients
Engelhorn T., Lücking H., Lang S., Gölitz P., Doerfler A., University Hospital, Erlangen, GERMANY

Multicenter Experience with the new FRED Jr. Flow-Diverter Stent for Intracranial Aneurysms
Möhlenbruch M., Department of Neuroradiology University Hospital, Heidelberg, GERMANY ; Naci K., Department of Radiology, Cerrahpasa Medical Faculty, University, Istanbul, TURKEY

Middle cerebral artery bifurcation aneurysms treated by extra-saccular flow diverters: mid-term angiographic evolution and clinical outcome
Iosif C., Mounayer C., Dupuytren University Hospital, Limoges, FRANCE ; Yavuz K., Ankara University School of Medicine, Ankara, TURKEY ; Saleme S., Dupuytren University Hospital, Limoges, FRANCE ; Serdar G., Memorial HealthCare Group, Istanbul, TURKEY ; Cekirge S., Koru Hospital and Bayındır Hospital, Ankara, TURKEY ; Saatci I., Yuksek Ihtisas University, Koru Hospital, Ankara, TURKEY

The Treatment of Unruptured Anterior Choroidal Artery Aneurysms with Flow Diversion – Dual Centre Experience
Bhogal P., Aguilar Peréz M., Almatter M., Hellstern V., Klinikum, Stuttgart, GERMANY ; Chudyk J., Clínica La Sagrada Familia, Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA ; Gansladt O., Bäzner H., Klinikum, Stuttgart, GERMANY ; Lylyk P., Clínica La Sagrada Familia, Buenos aires, ARGENTINA ; Henkes H., Klinikum, Stuttgart, GERMANY

Effect of concurrent coil embolization on delayed spontaneous aneurysm rupture following flow diverersion
Kicielinski K., Deveikis J., Harrigan M., University of Alabama, Birmingham, UNITED STATES

Vascular angular remodeling by kissing-Y stenting in wide-necked intracranial bifurcation aneurysms
Melber K., Meila D., Draheim P., Grieb D., Bjoern G., Schlunz-Hendann M., Brassel F., Sana Kliniken, Duisburg, GERMANY

Follow-up after Half-T stenting in 155 patients
Chapot R., Stracke P., Nordmeyer H., Heddier M., Alfried Krupp Krankenhaus, Essen, GERMANY

Difficult case of "untreatable" MCA aneurysm with all branches arising from the dome - the "Teddy Bear" technique
Miś M., Medical University Hospital, Wrocław, POLAND ; Mi. M., Specialized Hospital im. A. Sokołowskiego, Wałbrzych, POLAND

Multicenter US Analysis of Treatment with Pipeline Flex in 205 Patients with Intracranial Aneurysms
Hanel R., Baptist Neurological Institute, Jacksonville, UNITED STATES ; Lopes D., Rush University, Chicago, UNITED STATES ; Siddiqui A. ; Levy E., Suny, Buffalo, UNITED STATES ; Nelson P.K., NYU, New York, UNITED STATES ; Taussky P., University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UNITED STATES ; Moran C., Washington University, Saint Louis, UNITED STATES ; Arthur A., Semmes-Murphey Neurosurgery, Memphis, UNITED STATES ; Turk A., MUSC, Charleston, UNITED STATES ; Dabus G., BCVI, Miami, UNITED STATES ; Sauvageau E., Baptist Neurological Institute, Jacksonville, UNITED STATES

Flow diverter foreshortening simulation sensitivity to segmentation threshold
Larrabide I., Universidad Nacional del Centro, Tandil, ARGENTINA

Simulation in cinical pratice: First experience with Sim&Size before implantation of Flowdiverter (Pipeline) or WEB-device for the treatment of intracranial aneurysms
Holtmannspötter M., Rigshospitalet, University of Copenhagen, Hellerup - Copenhagen, DENMARK ; Martinez-Galdamez, M., Hospital Universitario Fundación Jiménez Díaz, Madrid, SPAIN ; Ferrara, R., Sanchez M., Sim&Cure, Grabels, FRANCE

Afternoon session
Moderators: A. Siddiqui (Buffalo - UNITED STATES), A. Biondi (Besançon - FRANCE)

Medina@ intrasaccular flow diverter - Karolinska experience
Söderman M., Brouwer P., Karolinska Hospital, Stockholm, SWEDEN

Up to 18 months DSA Follow up results using Medina® Embolization Device (MED) in the treatment of wide neck intracranial aneurysms
Sourour N., Di maria F., Shoteir E., Bartolini B., Pistocchi S., Clarencon F., Hopital Pitie Salpetriere, Paris, FRANCE

Wide-neck MCA aneurysms with a branch coming from the neck:WEB + FD or WEB + stent?
Pierot L., Soize S., Metaxas G., Gawlitza M., CHU, Reims, FRANCE

Web Treatment for Small Ruptured Intracranial Aneurysms
Van rooij W.J., Peluso J., Sluzewski M., St Elisabeth Ziekenhuis, Tilburg, NETHERLANDS

Mechanical characteristics of the WEB intraaneurysmal flow disruptor: impact of oversizing
Asztalos L., Peter N., Bognar E., University of Technology and Economics, Budapest, HUNGARY ; Szikora I., National Institute of Clinical Neurosciences, Budapest, HUNGARY

Endovascular treatment of wide-neck and bifurcation intracranial aneurysms using WEB device - a single center 3 years experience
Miś M., Medical University Hospital in Wrocław, Wrocław, POLAND ; Mis M., Specialized Hospital im. A. Sokołowskiego, Wałbrzych, POLAND

Retreatment Option Using PulseRider®Following WEB Compaction in Wide Neck Bifurcation AneurysmsPresenting AuthorTufail Patankar
Patankar T., General Infirmary, Leeds, UNITED KINGDOM ; Rennie I., Infirmary, Belfast, UNITED KINGDOM ; Bhattacharya J., King Faisal Specialist Hospital, Riyadh, SAUDI ARABIA ; Gal G., Denmark Hospital, DENMARK

Midterm experiences with the PulseRider in Northern Europe
Gál G., University Hospital, Odense, DENMARK

Results of oversizing WEB strategy
Cognard C., Januel A.C., Bonneville F., Tall P., Michelozzi C., Darcourt J., Guenego A., Hopital Pierre Paul Riquet, Toulouse, FRANCE

Unusual compication with Flow Diverters
Cognard C., Januel A.C., Bonneville F., Tall P., Michelozzi C., Darcourt J., Guenego A., Hopital Pierre Paul Riquet, Toulouse, FRANCE

Why stenting, build your own web
Cornelissen S.A., University Hospitals, Leuven, BELGIUM ; Vandenberg R., Sprengers M., Bot J., Majoie C., Academic Medical Center, Amsterdam, NETHERLANDS

Carotid Revascularization for Intracranial Aneurysm Access with Proximal Cerebral Protection
Leesch W., Sanderson F., Ramakrishnan P., Riverside Regional Medical Center, Newport news, Virginia, UNITED STATES

Multi-centre UK experience with the P64 device: safety and short term resultsPresenting authorTufail Patankar
Saeed F., General Infirmary, Leeds, UNITED KINGDOM ; Dobbs N., Downer J., Keston P., Western General Hospital, Edinburgh, UNITED KINGDOM ; Clifton A., St George's Hospital, London, UNITED KINGDOM ; Sonwalkar H., Royal Preston Hospital, Preston, UNITED KINGDOM ; Puthuran M., The Walton Centre, Liverpool, UNITED KINGDOM ; Lamin S., University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust, Birmingham, UNITED KINGDOM ; Goddard T., Patankar T., General Infirmary, Leeds, UNITED KINGDOM

Year: 

THURSDAY JANUARY 19TH 2017

Morning session
Moderators: D. Orbach (Boston - UNITED STATES), R. Agid (Toronto - CANADA)

Aneurysm (suite)

Multi-centre UK experience with the pCONus device: safety and short term resultsPresenting AuthorFozia saeed
Saeed F., Leeds General Infirmary, Leeds, UNITED KINGDOM ; Dobbs N., ; Downer J., ; Keston P., Western General Hospital, Edinburgh, UNITED KINGDOM ; Clifton A., St George's Hospital, London, UNITED KINGDOM ; Padmanabhan R., James Cook University Hospital, Middlesbrough, UNITED KINGDOM ; Saleem N., ; Crossley R., Queens Medical Centre, Nottingham, UNITED KINGDOM ; Sonwalkar H., Royal Preston Hospital, Preston, UNITED KINGDOM ; Lamin S., University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust, Birmingham, UNITED KINGDOM ; Goddard T., ; Patankar T., Leeds General Infirmary, Leeds, UNITED KINGDOM

Endovascular treatment of wide-neck and bifurcation aneurysms using pCONus device - a single center initial experience
Miś M., Medical University Hospital in Wrocław, Wrocław, POLAND ; Mis M., Specialized Hospital im. A. Sokołowskiego, Wałbrzych, POLAND

Recoiling of aneurysms-a single centre experience
Le Feuvre D., Groote Schuur Hospital, Cape town, SOUTH AFRICA

Recent Experience with the Penumbra SMART Coil: Does variability of softness matter?
Hassan A., Valley Baptist Medical Center, Harlingen, UNITED STATES

Intracranial Aneurysm Treatment With Barricade Coil System - North&East Europe Registry Results
Kupcs K., University Hospital, Riga, LATVIA

The PC400 System Safely Coils Large Cerebral Aneurysms with High Packing Densities and Low Retreatment Rates
Delgado J.,  Fease J., Scholz J., Milner A.,Wallace A., Mulder M., Abbott Northwestern Hospital, Minneapolis, UNITED STATES

Early clinical experience with the Contour Neurovascular System™
Lobotesis K., Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, London, UNITED KINGDOM

New Shape for Finishing Aneurysms: Experience with Smart WAVE Coil
Frei D., Swedish Medical Center, Denver, UNITED STATES

Preliminary experienceswith the Kaneka ED coils
Gál G., Odense University Hospital, Odense, DENMARK

The efficacy of parent artery occlusion for internal carotid artery with a combination of coil and NBCA
Takahashi I., Nishihori M., University, Nagoya, JAPAN ; Miayachi S., Osaka Medical College, Takatsuki, JAPAN

Treatment of giant cavernous carotid artery aneurysms with two balloon-expandable stent grafts
Grieb D., Meila D., Melber K., Greling B., Brassel F., Sana Kliniken, Duisburg, GERMANY

Calcific Dysplastic Intracranial Vascular Anomaly
Raz E., Shapiro M., Nelson P.K., Langone Medical Center, New York, UNITED STATES

Continuous Intra-Arterial Verapamil Infusion for Refractory RCVS
Shapiro M., Raz E., Nelson P.K.,Torres J., NYU School of Medicine, New York, UNITED STATES

AVMs & Dural Fistulas

Pial ArterioVenous Fistulas in Neonates: a clinical and radiological report of 5 cases
Vandenberg R., Academic Medical Center, Amsterdam, NETHERLANDS

From diagnosis to rehabilitation: a case of bilateral thalamic hemorrhage induced by tentorial dural arteriovenous fistula
Lu X., Xuanwu Hospital, Capital Medical University, Beijing, CHINA

Chronic difuse AVM after Cobalt rdiotherapy: Two cases, analysis and embolization
Lopez-ibor L., Moreu M., Rosati S., Hospital Clinico San Carlos, Madrid, SPAIN

PIal AVM fistula: Technique of embolization
Lopez-ibor L., Rosati S., Moreu M., Hospital Clinico San Carlos, Madrid, SPAIN

Afternoon session
Moderators : J. Mahadevan (Kuala Lumpur - MALAYSIA), C. Cognard (Toulouse - FRANCE)

Venous approach in AVMs of the cerebello-pontine angle
Pero G., Boccardi E., Piano M., Niguarda Ca' Granda Hospital, Milano, ITALY

Multimodal Treatment of Brain AVMs: An 11 Year Experience
James D. Rabinov, M.D., Pulli B., Stapleton C.,  Ogilvy C., Chapman P., Patel A., Leslie-mazwi T., Hirsch J., Rabinov J., Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, UNITED STATES

Non-enhanced MRI and MRA for endovascular treatment planning in Vein of Galen Malformation
Meila D., Duerr N., Sana Kliniken, Duisburg, GERMANY ; Lanfermann H., Medical School, Hannover, GERMANY ; Brassel F., Sana Kliniken, Duisburg, GERMANY

‘The Balloon Plugging Technique’; Double lumen Scepter XC balloons for the treatment of brain vascular malformations
Aggour M., University Hospitals, Saint Etienne, FRANCE

Protection of draining vein stenosis with Solitaire stent during embolization of brain dural arteriovenous fistula (DAVF)
Zawadzki M., Kostkiewicz B., Mruk B., Walecki J., Central Clinical Hospital of the Ministry of the Interior and Administration, Warsaw, POLAND

A rare cause of a carotid cavernous fistula
Vanlangenhove P., Dhondt E., Vandenberg F., Defreyne L., University Hospital, Ghent, BELGIUM

Treatment of Barrow type B carotid-cavernous fistulas with Flow Diverter (Pipeline)
Castaño C., Remollo S.,Terceño M., Garcia-sort R., Hospital Universitario Germans Trias i Pujol, Barcelona, SPAIN

Massive intracranial venous sinus thrombosis: failure and success of endovascular treatment
Hellstern V., Aguilar Peréz M., Almatter M., Bhogal P., Serna C., Gansladt O., Bäzner H., Henkes H., Klinikum, Stuttgart, GERMANY

The association of cortical venous reflux and pial arterial supply to DAVF's
Bhogal P., Klinikum, Stuttgart, GERMANY ; Söderman M., The Karolinska University Hospital, Stockholm, SWEDEN

Rare presentation of hoarseness in an anterior condylar confluence dural arteriovenous fistula
Chia G.S., Lim E.H.W., General Hospital, Singapore, SINGAPORE

Transcranial approach and direct embolization of dural arteriovenous fistulas
Gerber J., Zolal A., Sobottka S., Krex D., Pinzer T., Linn J., University Hospital, Dresden, GERMANY

 

Stroke

Asymptomatic delayed stent occlusion after dual layer micromesh stent treatment for high grade carotid artery stenosis
Struffert T., Engelhorn T., Gölitz P., Lücking H., Dörfler A., University of Nuremberg, Erlangen, GERMANY

Improving Acute Stroke “Door to angio-suite” times with Stroke Triage Education, Procedure Standardization, and Technology (STEPS-T)
Hassan A., Sanchez C., UTSCHSA - Valley Baptist Medical Center, Harlingen, UNITED STATES

Patient selection for thrombectomy in acute ischemic stroke. A single center experience
Caragliano A.A., Pitrone A., Papa R., Bernava G., Tessitore A., Vinci S., University, Messina, ITALY

Value of Cone Beam CT in post-thrombectomy evaluation of acute stroke patients
Vadasz A., Machovits A., Varallyay P., Berentei Z., Gubucz I., Nardai S., Vajda Z., Szikora I., National Institute of Clinical Neurosciences, Budapest, HUNGARY

Animal trial results of A Novel Mechanical Thrombectomy Device
Agid R., Western Hospital, Toronto, CANADA ; Siddiqi A., Toshiba Stroke Research Center, Buffalo, UNITED STATES ; Andersson T., Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, SWEDEN

Year: 

FRIDAY JANUARY 20TH 2017

Morning session
Moderators: M. Mars (Stanford - UNITED STATES), R. Van den berg (Amsterdam - NETHERLANDS)

Stroke

Mechanical Thrombectomy: Retriever Design Impacts Distal Embolization
Gounis M., Chueh J., Marosfoi M., Puri A., University of Massachusetts, Worcester, UNITED STATES

The impact of general anesthesia, baseline ASPECTS, time to treatment, and IV TPA on intracranial hemorrhage after thrombectomy: pooled analysis from SWIFT PRIME, SWIFT and STAR trials
Raychev R., Saver J., Jahan R., UCLA, Los Angeles, UNITED STATES ; Nogueira R., EMORY, Atlanta, UNITED STATES ; Goyal M., University, Calgary, CANADA ; Pereira V., University, Toronto, CANADA ; Gralla J., Inselspital, University Hospital, Berna, SWITZERLAND ; Levy E., University, Buffalo, UNITED STATES ; Yavagal D., Unviversity, Miami, UNITED STATES ; Liebeskind D., UCLA, Los Angeles, UNITED STATES

Anestheticmanagement in endovascularstroketreatment. Where are we now?
Van Zwam W., University Medical Center, Maastricht, Netherlands

Feasibility of combined surgical and endovascular carotid access for interventional treatment of ischemic stroke
Wiesmann M., Kalder J., Reich A., Brockmann M.A., Othman A., Greiner A., Nikoubashman O., University Hospital RWTH, Aachen, GERMANY

Combined antegrade and retrograde direct access to the carotid artery in a case of acute stroke
Wiesmann M., Grommes J., Reich A., Nikoubashman O., University Hospital RWTH, Aachen, GERMANY

More Rapid Reperfusion Can be Achieved Following a Standardized Neurointerventional Thrombectomy Protocol at a Comprehensive Stroke Center
Frei D., Radiology Imaging Associates, Englewood, UNITED STATES ; Mcgraw C., Mccarthy K., Whaley M., Swedish Medical Center, Englewood, UNITED STATES ; Bellon R.J., Loy D., Radiology Imaging Associates, Englewood, UNITED STATES ; Wagner J., Orlando A., Bar-Or D., Swedish Medical Center, Englewood, UNITED STATES

Latest generation of flat detector CT as a periinterventional diagnostic tool: a comparative study with multidetector CTLatest generation of flat detector CT as a periinterventional diagnostic tool: a comparative study with multidetector CT
Leyhe J., Behme D., Hesse A., Tsogkas I., Schregel K.,  Papageorgiou I., Liman J., Knauth M., Psychogios M.N., Georg August University, Göttingen, GERMANY

One stop management in acute ischemic stroke – results of a feasibility study with 30 patients
Behme D., Maier I., Schregel K., Ioannis T., Knauth M., Liman J., Psychogios M.N., Georg August University, Göttingen, GERMANY

Dural venous sinus stenting as a stand-alone treatment for spontaneous skull base CSF leak secondary to venous pseudotumor cerebri syndrome
San Millan D., Hallak B., Wanke I., Hôpital, Sion, SWITZERLAND; Wetzel S., Hirslanden Klinik, Zurich, SWITZERLAND; Van Dommelen; K., Cic, Riddes, SWITZERLAND; Rüfenacht D., Hirslanden Klinik, Zurich, SWITZERLAND; Gailloud P., The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, UNITED STATES

Endovascular Therapy Following Imaging Evaluation for Ischemic Stroke 3 (DEFUSE 3)
Marks M., University School of Medicine, Stanford, UNITED STATES

Collateral and Perfusion Imaging Derived from Time-Resolved Dynamic Contrast-Enhanced MR angiography
Kim H.J., Medical School, The Catholic University of Korea, Daejeon, SOUTH KOREA ; Roh H.G., Konkuk University Medical Center, Seoul, SOUTH KOREA

Real life experience with the Embotrap thrombectomy device in 166 patients
Brouwer P., Söderman M., Andersson T., Kuntze söderqvist Å., Holmin S., Holmberg Å., Karolinska University Hospital, Stockholm, SWEDEN

Afternoon session
Moderators: Serge Bracard (Nancy - FRANCE), Georges Rodesch (Suresnes - FRANCE)

ACE Aspiration is an Effective First-line Treatment for Acute Ischemic Strokes in the Anterior Circulation
Delgado J., Yasha K., Young M., Fease J., Scholz J., Milner A., Roohani P., Hehr T., Mulder M., Wallace A., Tarrel R., Abbott Northwestern Hospital, Minneapolis, UNITED STATES

Efficacy and safety of direct aspiration first pass technique versus stent-retriever thrombectomy in acute basilar artery occlusion
Gerber J., Daubner D., Kaiser D., Engellandt K., Haedrich K., Mueller A., Puetz V., Linn J., Abramyuk A., University Hospital, Dresden, GERMANY

Initial Experience of the 3MAX Reperfusion Catheter as Frontline ADAPT Therapy to Treat M2 and M3 Occlusions in Acute Ischemic Stroke
Altenbernd J-C., Kuhnt J-O., Hennigs S., Hilker-roggendorf R., Loehr C., Knappschaftskrankenhaus, Recklinghausen, GERMANY

Retriever-wire supported carotid artery revascularization (ReWiSed CaRe) in stroke with underlying tandem occlusion – technical note
Behme D., Psychogios M.N., Georg August University, Göttingen, GERMANY

Penumbra 68 in acute ischemic stroke. Single center experience
Reis J., CHLC H. SAO JOSE, Lisbon, PORTUGAL

World biggest embolus
Bergui M., University, Torino, ITALY; Agnoletti G., Margherita, Torino, ITALY

Thrombectomy in the real world: a snapshot from an italian registry
Bergui M., University, Torino, ITALY ; Saia V., Ospedale, Pietra Ligure, ITALY; Ita Procucci E., Inzitari D., Toni D., Mangiafico S., Ospedale Careggi, Firenze, ITALY

Mechanical Thrombectomy using the Tigertriever Revascularization Device - Early experience
Meila D., Sana Kliniken, Duisburg, GERMANY

Experiences with the ADAPT in the treatment of stroke with large thrombmasses
Gál G., University hospital, Odense, DENMARK

Research and future of the thrombectomy
Van zwam W., University Medical Center, Maastricht, NETHERLANDS

 

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