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08:00 – 08:30
Registration
   
08:30 – 09:00

Frontiers in embolization of AVMS
Prof. Luis López-Ibor. Hospital Clinico San Carlos. Madrid. Spain
 09:00-10:00  Session I: ANEURYSMS
Effects of shunt on unruptured giant aneurysms inducing hydrocephalus
Prof. Behnam Rezai Jahromi. Helsinki. Finland
Intrasaccular flow-disrupters for treatment of intracranial aneurysm: update and new insights
Prof. Alessandra Biondi. Besançon University Hospital. France
Henan Provincial People’s Hospital Experience, and Endovascular Experience in treating more than 10,000 cerebral Aneurysms
Prof. Tian-Xiao Li. Henan Provincial People’s Hospital. Zhengzhou. China
The eCLIPs System for treatment of bifurcation aneurysm: multicenter experience and new developments
Prof. Joost de Vries. Rabdoud University. Nijmegen. Netherlands
The importancy of wall apposition in flow diverters. An animal study in rats
Prof. Joost de Vries. Rabdoud University. Nijmegen. Netherlands
 
10:00 – 10:30 Opening Ceremony
Excmo. Sr. D. Ángel Garrido
Presidente de la Comunidad de Madrid
10:30 – 11:00 Coffee Break
11:00 – 13:30



Session II: ANEURYSMS
Further Details of Endovascular Aneurysm Treatment/ how to achieve the best results
Prof. Bulang Gao. Henan Provincial People’s Hospital. Zhengzhou. China
HART study= Henan Aneurysm Randomized Trial on endo and exo vascular treatment if Cerebral Aneurysms / Goal 3,000 – -5,000 patients enrolled in 3-4 years
Prof. Juha Hernesniemi Helsinki. Finland
Slow Closing Clip/ JuhaH clips in monster Cerebral Aneurysms
Prof. Juha Hernesniemi. Helsinki. Finland
Giant basilar aneurysm treated 20 years ago: progressive occlusion of vertebral arteries to adapt collateral circulation
Prof. Luis López-Ibor. Hospital Clinico San Carlos. Madrid. Spain
Lessons learned with pipeline device
Prof. Pascal Jabbour. Thomas Jefferson University. Philadelphia. United States
13:30-14:00 Magistral Lecture
Frontiers in surgery of complex avms
Prof. Juha Hernesniemi. Helsinki. Finland
 
14:00-15:00 Lunch
15:00 – 16:00




 

 

 

SESION III: ANEURYSM
Saccular Aneurysms- To treat or Not treat- Current epidemiology
Prof. Behnam Rezai Jahromi. Helsinki. Finland
Flow diverters for treatment of Giant Intracranial aneurysms
Prof. Ricardo Hanel. Jacksonville. United States
Journey of endovascular treatment in giant aneurysms: Where do we stand?
Prof. Saruhan Cekirge. Koru Hospital, Yuksek Ihtisas University- Ankara
Lessons learned in the WEB-IT study.
Prof. Adam Arthur. Baptist Memorial Hospital-Memphis in Memphis. United States
16:00 – 18:00





SESSION IV: BRAIN AVMS
The next stage of trans-arterial embolization of AVMs
Prof. Yasushi Matsumoto. Sendai. Japan
Delayed rupture of AVM (30minutes) secondary to early changes in venous drainage
Prof. Luis López-Ibor. Hospital Clinico San Carlos. Madrid. Spain
AVM with complex anatomy or territories: which is the best approach and device
Prof. Luis López-Ibor. Hospital Clinico San Carlos. Madrid. Spain
Brain AVM treatment using the CAVA approach. Causes of complications and possibility of their prevention
Prof. Istvan Hudak. University of Pécs. Hungary
Endovascular treatment in S&M grade I and II AVMs
Prof. Saruhan Cekirge. Koru Hospital, Yuksek Ihtisas University- Ankara
New classification of falcotentorial junction dural AVF’s
Prof. Civan Islak. Istambul. Turkey
 08:30-09:00 Magistral Lecture
Advances in stroke treatment studies: what is the importance of neurovascular intervention. Who should direct it, neurologist or neurointerventional fisiciens?
Prof. Majaz Moonis. Umass Memorial Medical. Worcester. United States
 
09:00-11:00





SESSION V: STROKE
Technical issues with acute stenting in ischemic stroke
Prof. Jens Fiehler. University of Hamburg. Germany
Acute stroke: how to deal with large infarcts?
Prof. Jens Fiehler. University of Hamburg. Germany
Safety, feasibility, & changes in blood pressure after revascularization of symptomatic & chronically occluded cervical ICA [COICA] Using newly suggested radiographic classification of COICA: Pilot study
Prof. David Hassan. University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics, Iowa City. United States
Endovascular management of cervical carotid stenosis in acute and elective settings
Prof. Stavropoula Tjoumakaris. Thomas Jefferson University Hospital. Philadelphia. United States. 
Cryptogenic stroke and PFO. Is there a connection?
Prof. Majaz Moonis. Umass Memorial Medical. Worcester. United States
Mechanical thrombectomie in Hospital Khonan Sendai
Prof. Yuya Kobayashi. Kohnan Hospital, Sendai
 
11:00-11:30 COFFEE BREAK
   
 11:30-13:30




SESSION VI: MISCELLANEOUS
Intra-arterial chemotherapy for retinoblastoma: pearls and pitfalls
Prof. Pascal Jabbour. Thomas Jefferson University. Philadelphia. United States
Treatment of Moya Disease: a personal experience of more than 4.700 cases
Prof. Bin Xu. Shanghai Huashan Hospital. Shanghai. China
Mid-term experiences with a new neckbridging device, the Neqstent
Prof. Gyula Gal. University Hospital Odense, Denmark
Initial experiences with a new, coated coil, the Trellix
Prof. Gyula Gal. University Hospital Odense, Denmark 
Neuro intravascular imaging will change our world
Prof. Demetrius Lopes. Rush University Medical Center. Chicago. United States
Flow diverter assited closure of Direct CFFs and iatrogenic cerebral aneurysms
Prof. Aditya S. Pandey. Univeristy of Michigan. United States
Debunking the myth of chronic cerebrospinal venous insufficiency for the treatment of multiple sclerosis
Prof. Sharon Stoll. Yale Scholl of Medicine. New Haven, Connecticut. United States
 
13:30 – 15:00 Lunch Break
15:00 – 16:15 Alternative routes and different aproach in intraarterial chemotherapy for retinoblastoma
Prof. Sergio Vargas. Medellin, Colombia
  Data from the trial and an innovative study on perimesencephalic sine materia  hemorrhage linked with extra cranial veins
Prof. Paolo Zamboni. Italy
  Special cases of basilar stenoses and endovascular treatment
Prof. Reynaldo Ramírez Chacón. Villahermosa. México
  Transvenous AVM embo – total flow control
Prof. Adnan Siddiqui. Buffalo. United States
  Flow diversion- perforators delayed results
Prof. Adnan Siddiqui. Buffalo. United States
  Uncovering thrombus structure and behaviour in thrombectomy
Prof. Ray McCarthy. Scientifc Affairs Manager. Cerenovus. Galway. Ireland
   
16:15 – 17:00 Discussion of clinical cases
17:00 – 18:00 Industry session
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