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9th European - Japanese Cerebrovascular Congress

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Congress Program

Here are listed the subjects that are going to be discussed during the congress.

Chairman: Servadei F.
09:30 Cenzato M. Welcome and Introduction
09:35 Tsukahara T. History of the EJCVC Meeting
09:45 Esposito G. Trends in the cerebrovascular interventions: conference proceedings
Arteriovenous Malformations
Chairmen: Raabe A., Kulcsar Z., Kurita H., Cenzato M.
09:55 Szikora I. Origin of AVMs: what we know about etiopatogenesis
10:10 Stefini R. Anatomical and clinical classifications. What's in use, what's to improve
10:25 Ryu B. Eloquence: assessment and significance
10:40 Walsh D Neuromonitoring in AVM surgery
10:55 Boccardi E. AVMs associated aneurysms
11:10 Discussion
10:30/11:30 Coffee break
Chairmen: Andreu A., Ducati A., Boccardi E, Nozaki K.
11:25 Kurita H. Lessons learned from 200 battles against AVMs
11:40 Eliava S. AVMs: what we would do and we would not do again
11:55 Nozaki K. Current indication for unruptured AVMs in Japan
12:10 Szikora I. Quality of life: before and after bleeding / treatment
12:25 Scienza R. Surgery: new strategies and tools
13:00/14:00 Lunch
Chairmen: Raabe A., Boccardi E.
14:00 Oxford Debate: Should we treat AVM preventively?
Cenzato M. YES
Rinkel GJE. NO
Chairmen: Gruber A., Pasqualin A., Van der Zwan A, Hara T.
14:40 Maruyama D. AVMs: Post-ARUBA treatment approach based upon utcomes of ruptured cases
15:00 Cenzato M. Complications in AVMs surgery
15:15 Pero G. Endovascular: new tools (Squid, Fill, etc) true obliteration values
15:30 Valvassori L. Endovascular:new strategies (venous approach) true obliteration values
15:45 Motti E. Gamma knife new strategies and results
16:00 Discussion
16:15/16:45 Coffee break
Chairmen: Motti E., Szikora I.
16:45 Oxford Debate: Grade 4 to 5 AVMs: should we offer any treatment?
Walsh D. YES
Raabe A. NO
Chairmen: D'Aliberti G., Scienza R., Bortolotti C., Kikuta K.
17:30 Boeris D. Spinal AVMs: Anatomical and clinical classifications
17:45 Kulcsar Z. Spinal AVMs Endovascular Treatment Strategies
18:00 Hara T. High resolution 3D fusion imaging in AVM surgery
18:15 Miyachi S. Angiographical signs of effective cure in AVMs
18:30 Kikuta K. How to secure the safety of surgery for unruptured brain AVMs in pos-ARUBA era
AVMs/Aneurysms
Chairmen: Miyachi S., Boeris D., Garbossa D., Esposito G.
14:45 Bongetta D. Pharmacological Treatment Of Intracerebral Vascular Anomalies: Review Of The Literature And Future
14:55 Marcati E. A Multidisciplinary Approach To Avms : Niguarda 7-Year Experience
15:05 Luzzi S. Combined Treatment Of Grade-III Spetzler-Martin Brain Arteriovenous Malformations
15:15 Boeris D. Laser Treatment Of Discharging Veins In Avm Surgery
15:25 Bortolotti C. A Systematic Review Of Recurrent Of Brain Arteriovenous Malformations
15:35 Vincitorio F. Case Report: Preventive Microsurgical Treatment Of Unruptured Avm With Associated Stress Aneurysm
15:45 Birkeland P. Transition Towards A Minimal Invasive Approach For Unruptured Anterior Circulation Aneurysms In A Single Institution
15:55 Sebök M. Validating A Therapy-Oriented Complication Grading System In Microsurgical Treatment Of Unruptured Intracranial Aneurysms: A Prospective Population-Based Study
16:05 Masafumi O. Indication For Treatment Of Small Unruptured Intracranial Aneurysms In Japan
Aneurysms
Chairmen: Hirayama T., Rinkel G., Regli L., Scienza R.
08:30 Matsushige T. Anatomy of the aneurysmal wall and clinicopathological insights from vessel wall imaging
08:45 Ishida F. CFD for cerebral aneurysms in clinical setting
09:00 Sasaki T. Role of intraoperative neuromonitoring in clipping of giant and large aneurysm
09:15 Raabe A. Morbidity and mortality of modern treatment of unruptured aneurysms
09:30 Hanggi D. Newton I and Newton II study on SAH
09:45 Kato Y. Cerebral Aneurysms Treatment
10:00 Takeda R. Trans-Sylvian key-hole approach for unruptured aneurysms of the anterior circulation
10:15 Discussion
10:30/11:00 Coffee break
Chairmen: Ducati A., Ohtaki M., Gruber A.
11:00 Othaki M. Small UIA indication for treatment in Japan
11:15 Boccardi E. Flow diverters, current indications and limits
11:30 Ota N. Bypass Surgery for Giant Aneurysms
11:45 Esposito G. Survey: when is a diagnostic DSA necessary before clipping of UIAs?
12:00 Discussion
13:00/14:00 Lunch
Chairmen: Raabe A., Esposito G., Piano M., Kato Y.
14:00 Gruber A. Giant: Therapeutic options: Endovascular vs combined
14:15 Esposito G. Flow-preservation bypass surgery: options, indications, training
14:30 Cenzato M. Giant: Therapeutic options: surgical vs combined
15:00 Hirayama T. Treatment of thrombosed large and giant aneurysms: pitfall and strategy
15:15 Eliava S Microsurgery for cerebral aneurysms: The experience of Burdenko Neurosurgical
Chairmen: Benes V., Ferroli P., Gruber A.
15:30 Oxford Debate: A small MCA aneurysm in a young patient: today, would you treat it?
Regli L. YES
Rinkel G.J.E. NO
16:15/16:45 Coffe Break
Chairmen: Cenzato M., Pasqualin A., Kaku Y.
16:45 Pasqualin A. Survey: Where are we going with ruptured aneurysms?
17:00 Andreou A. Hybrid surgeons? Better hybrid or better a team work?
17:15 Kaku Y. Hybrid surgeon, Japan experience
17:30 Galzio R. Paraclinoidal aneurysms / surgery vs endovascular
17:45 Benes V. Carotid-Endarterectomy: current indication
18:00 Discussion
19:30 Guided tour Exposition Triennale: Italian Design (faculty only)
20:30 Networking dinner @ Museo della Triennale (faculty only)
Aneurysms
Chairmen: Esposito G., Satoh A., Quilici L., Pasqualin A.
08:30 Imaizumi Y. Epidemiology Of Cerebral Aneurysms: Role Of Preventive Screening
08:40 Satoh A. Multi-Institute Cooperative Study On Spasm Treatment In Japan Using Modified Wfns Grading And Newly Proposed Spasm Grading
08:50 Ishibashi T. Simulation Of The Pipeline Stent Deployment Using Newly Developed Software
09:00 Toyota S. Clipping After Coil Embolization
09:10 Kuroda H. Feasibility Of Smart Metal Artifact Reduction Algorithm In Ct Angiography For The Patients With Histories Of Both Coiling And Clipping
09:20 Sato T. Usefulness Of A Novel Intraoperative Laser Light Imaging To Simultaneously Visualize Visible Light And Nearinfrared Fluorescence For Indocyanine Green Angiography
09:30 Ogawa S. Preoperative Simulation Of Aneurysmal Clipping Using Three Dimentional Fusion Images
09:40 Oda J. Consideration On Application Of Bypass Surgery For Complex Large/Giant MiddleCerebral Artery Aneurysms
09:50 Sebök M. Management Of Prehemorrhage Antiplatelet Use In Aneurysmal Subarachnoid Hemorrhage: An International Survey Of Current Practice And Literature Overview
10:00 Sepide K. A New Perspective Of Seasonal Variation Of Aneurysmal Subarachnoid Hemorrhage
10:10 Del Maestro M. Surgery Of Pica Aneurysms
10:20 Dufour Jp. Follow-Up Imaging After Spontaneous, Non-Perimesencephalic Subarachnoid Hemorrhage With Initially Negative Angiogram: Which Type Of Neuroimaging Is Needed, And When?
10:30/11:00 Coffee break
Chairmen: Tsukahara T., Pasqualin A., Boeris D.
11:00 Germans M. Tranexamic Acid And Outcome After Aneurysmal Subarachnoid Hemorrhage: A Prospective Two-Center Study
11:10 Fierstra J. Keyhole Approach For Non-Complex Aneurysms Of The Middle Cerebral Artery: LateroSupraorbital Vs Minipterional
11:20 Jankovic D. 3D Printed Angio Model For Planning Aneurysm Surgery – 2 Case Experience
11:30 Dones F. Side To Side By Pass For Giant Aneurysms Treatment
Cavernomas
Chairmen: Boeris D., Fontanella M.
14:00 Yamamoto J. Cavernoma surgery in eloquent areas, update
14:10 Kikuta Y. Diffusion Tensor Imaging Of A Pediatric Intramedullary Cavernous Malformation
14:20 Yamamoto J. Radiation-Induced And Tumor-Associated Cavernomas: Clinical Features And Surgical Management
14:30 Zoia C. Transnasal Endoscopic Removal Of A Retrochiasmatic Cavernoma: Review Of The Literature And Technical Note
14:40 Vincitorio F. Microsurgical Treatment Of Cerebral Cavernous Malformations: A Case Series Of 76 Patients
MoyaMoya
Chairmen: Fijimura M., Debernardi A., Walsh D.
14:50 Hanggi D. Hemorrhagic Moyamoya Disease
15:00 Fujimura M. Moyamoya: Efficacy Of Prevention
15:10 Miyawaki S. Genetics Of Moyamoya And Related Diseases
15:20 Nakagawara J. Rapid O-15 Gas Pet Without Arterial Blood Sample For Studying Cerebral Haemodinamycs In Child Moyamoya Disease
MoyaMoya/Stroke
Chairmen: Esposito G., Garbossa D., Egashira Y.
16:45 Kronenburg A. Cerebrovascular Reactivity Measured With Asl Perfusion Mri, Ivy Sign And Regional Tissue Vascularization In Moyamoya
16:55 Fierstra A. Clinical And Multimodal Hemodynamic Assessment Of Bold Cerebrovascular Reactivity Steal Physiology
17:05 Sebök M. Better Characterization Of Crossed Cerebellar Diaschisis With Advanced Neuroimaging; A Bold-Cvr, Dsc-Mri And H2O-Pet Comparison Study
17:15 Sebök M. Novel Quantitative Blood Oxygenation-Level-Dependent Mri For Diagnosing Crossed Cerebellar Diaschisis: A Comparison To Perfusion Weighted Mri
17:25 Muscas G. Feasibility And Safety Of Intraoperative Bold Mri Cerebrovascular Reactivity To Evaluate The Efficacy Of Extracranial-To-Intracranial Bypass Efficacy
17:35 Fierstra J. Advanced Multimodal Neuroimaging For Ipsilateral Thalamic Diaschisis In Patients With Cerebrovascular Steno-Occlusive Disease
17:45 Sebök M. A Prospective Population-Based Study For Validating A Therapy-Oriented Complication Grading System For Carotid Endarterectomy Surgery
17:55 Sebök M. The Value Of Mri/Mra In One-Year Follow-Up After Carotid Endarterectomy
Stroke
Chairmen: Nakagawara J. Rinkel G., Piano M., Agostoni E.
08:30 Morimoto M. Ischemic stroke: Time dependent treatment
08:45 Pero G. Current guidelines for thrombectomy
09:00 Egashira Y. SCarotid Artery Stenosis: medical and vascular treatment
09:15 Tsukahara T. Carotid artery endarterectomy: How I do it
09:30 Servadei . Strokectomy vs decompression
09:45 Ueda T. Intracranial arterial stenosis: PTA/Stenting
10:00/11:00 Coffee break
Cavernomas
Chairmen: Boeris D., Galzio R., Yamamoto J.
10:00 Fontanella M. Cavernoma: Natural history and risk of bleeding
10:15 Tassi L. Cavernoma and epilepsy. Is this an indication to treat?
10:30 Motti E. When surgery is not an option, does gamma knife work?
10:45 Eliava S. Which brainstem cavernomas are amenable of surgical treatment
Dural Arterovenous Fistulas
Chairmen: Kuwayama N., Cardia A., Stefini R.
11:00 Regli L. Classification (Cognard/Borden DES)
11:15 Kuwayama N. Endovascular treatment: risks and complications
11:30 Nakahara I. Treatment of intracranial DAVFs with aggressive feature
11:45 D'Aliberti G. Posterior fossa DAVF classification and surgical treatment
12:00 Tanaka M. Spinal DAVF classification and advanced diagnostic
12:15 Kidooka M. Dural arteriovenous fistula in the anterior cranial fossa
12:30 Coffee break
13:00 Cenzato M., Regli L., Tsukahara T. Closure and remarks

Visit to the Triennale Museum

On June 8th, there will be a guided tour to the Triennale Museum, to visit the Italian Design exhibition.
The tour is for faculty members only.

19:30 Guided tour Exposition Triennale: Italian Design
20:30 Networking dinner @ Museo della Triennale

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