• PROGRAMME 2020

    Monday January 13th 2020

    Moderators: A. Taylor, South Africa & A. Biondi, France
    Miscellaneous
    Enlargement of the Epidural venous plexus: An Unusual Ca(u)se of Cervical Cord Compression
    Van Den Berg R. (1)
    (1) Amsterdam University Medical Centers (AMC), Amsterdam, NETHERLANDS
    Distal tip detachment of ASAHI CHIKAI 008 guide wire
    Van Den Berg R. (1)
    (1) Amsterdam University Medical Centers (AMC), Amsterdam, NETHERLANDS
    Columbus 0.014 Steerable Guidewire: Initial experiences in 10 cases
    Meila D. (1,2)
    (1) Hannover Medical School, Hannover, GERMANY; (2) Johanna-Etienne-Hospital, Neuss, GERMANY
    Contrast-Induced Encephalopathy Following Intracranial Endovascular Treatment
    Agid R. (1), Klostranec J. (1)
    (1) Western Hospital, Toronto, CANADA
    Work-up of DD reversible cerebral vasoconstriction syndrome
    Engel D. (1), Faulder K. (1), Harrington T. (1), Steinfort B. (1)
    (1) Royal North Shore Hospital, Sydney, AUSTRALIA
    Transradial approach as the first line in anterior circulation neurointervention
    Koyama J. (1)
    (1) Shinshu University Hospital, Matsumoto, JAPAN
    Radial approach for cerebral angiography: consideration of the risks behind the hype
    Sauvageau E. (1), Aghaebrahim N. (1), Hanel R. (1)
    (1) Baptist Health Jacksonville , Jacksonville, UNITED STATES
    First Evidence of Clinical Efficacy using Numerical Simulation for Aneurysm Treatment
    Costalat V. (1), Piergallini L. (1)
    (1) University Hospital, Montpellier, FRANCE
    BIOMODEX 3-D patient-specific brain aneurysm models: the value of simulation in first human experiences of new devices and procedures
    Cancelliere N. (1), Mendes Pereira V. (1), Nicholson P. (1), Cuijpers A. (2), Devasto C. (2), Drouag Z. (2)
    (1) Western Hospital, Toronto, CANADA; (2) BIOMODEX, Paris, FRANCE
    World first robotic intervention experience in treatment of brain aneurysms
    Mendes Pereira V. (1), Krings T. (1), Nicholson P. (1), Cancelliere N. (1), Sungur J. (1), Drake K. (1), Turk Q. (1)
    (1) Western Hospital/University, Toronto, CANADA
    Moderators: R. Agid, Canada & M. Tanaka, Japan
    Miscellaneous
    Direct percutaneous embolization of previously treated AVM presenting with hard to control bleeding
    Berenstein MD A. (1), De Lacey R. (1), De Lacey R. (1,2)
    (1) Mount Sinai, New York, New York10029-6574, UNITED STATES; (2) Mount sinai, NYC, UNITED STATES
    Skull Base Tumor Embolization through ICA Branches
    Raz E. (1), Shapiro M. (1), Cavalcanti D. (1), Nossek E. (1), Nelson P. (1)
    (1) NYU, New York, UNITED STATES
    Rare cause of epistaxis
    Poitelea M. (1), John N. (1)
    (1) Royal Sussex, Brighton, UNITED KINGDOM
    Tumor embolization in our hospital
    Shirasaka N. (1)
    (1) Dokkyo medical univercity saitama medical center , Koshigaya, JAPAN
    Trans arterial chemothearpy for advanced head and neck cancer with unusaul result
    Andeejani A. (1)
    (1) Prince Sultan Melitary Medical City, Riyadh, SAUDI ARABIA
    NYU pulsatile tinnitus experience
    Shapiro M. (1), Raz E. (1), Chancellor B. (1), Becske T. (1), Nelson P. (1)
    (1) NYU School of Medicine, New York City, UNITED STATES
    Venous sinus stenting for the treatment of venous lesions causing pulsatile tinnitus
    Mendes Pereira V. (1), Nicholson P. (1)
    (1) Western Hospital/University, Toronto, CANADA
    Newest Antiplatelet -Cangrelor: How/When to use it and how to bridge to oral P2Y12 agents post stenting.
    Thibault L. (1)
    (1) Pharm.D., Montreal, CANADA; (2) NA, Na, UNITED STATES
    Update on the use of pragmatic care trials to guide medical practice under uncertainty
    Darsaut T. (2), Raymond J. (1)
    (1) Centre hospitalier de l'Université de Montréal (CHUM), Montreal, CANADA; (2) University of Alberta Hospital, Mackenzie Health Sciences Centre, Department of Surgery, Division of Neurosurgery, Edmonton, CANADA
    Ventral Aorta: Does it exist in mammals?
    Lee S. (1)
    (1) Montefiore Medical Center, Bronx, UNITED STATES
    Is there a connection between chronic fatigue syndrome and idiopathic intracranial hypertensionI?
    Higgins N. (1), Lever A. (1), Pickard J. (1)
    (1) Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge, Cambridge, UNITED KINGDOM

    Tuesday January 14th 2020

    Moderators: J. Mahadevan, Malaysia & J. Raymond, Canada
    AVMs
    A novel method determining the annual risk for hemorrhage in unruptured AVMs
    Karlsson B. (1), Pan D. (3), Chung W. (3), Söderman M. (8), Aiyama H. (5), Yeo T. (1), Johansson A. (2), Yang H. (3), Jokura H. (4), Yamamoto M. (5), Marinez/alvarez R. (6), Kawagishi J. (4), Guo W. (3), Beute G. (7)
    (1) National University Hospital, Singapore, SINGAPORE; (2) Department of Mechanics KTH, Stockholm, SWEDEN; (3) Veterans General Hospital, Taipei, TAIWAN; (4) Jiro Suzuki Gamma House, Furukawa, JAPAN; (5) Katsuta Hospital, Ibaraki, JAPAN; (6) Ruber International Hospital, Madrid, SPAIN; (7) ETZ Elizabeth Hospital, Tilburg, NETHERLANDS; (8) Karolinska Hospital, Stockholm, SWEDEN
    Clinical outcome following AVM hemorrhage
    Karlsson B. (1), Söderman M. (7), Yeo T. (1), Jokura H. (2), Yang H. (3), Yamamoto M. (4), Martinez-Alvarez R. (5), Kawagishi J. (4), Guo W. (3), Beute G. (6), Chung W. (3)
    (1) National University Hospital, Singapore, SINGAPORE; (2) Jiro Suzuko Memorial Hospital, Furukawa, JAPAN; (3) Veterans General Hospital, Taipei, TAIWAN; (4) Katsuta Hospital, Ibaraki, JAPAN; (5) Ruber International Hospital, Madrid, SPAIN; (6) ETZ Elizabeth Hospital, Tilburg, NETHERLANDS; (7) Karolinska Hospital, Stockholm, SWEDEN
    Cinematic Rendering for brain AVMs using DSA
    Mosimann P. (1)
    (1) Inselspital, Bern, SWITZERLAND; (2) Inselspital, Bern, SWITZERLAND
    Curative AVM management with intranidal multiplug flow control technique with impact of minidouble lümen balloon: A new turnout in transarterrial approach
    Saatci I. (1)
    (1) Koru Hospitals, Ankara, TURKEY
    First clinical experience with the Scepter Mini balloon in AVM/DAVF embolization
    Möhlenbruch M. (1)
    (1) Heidelberg University Hospital, Heidelberg, GERMANY
    Evolution in the transvenous embolization of AVMs
    Chapot R. (1)
    (1) Alfried Krupp Krankenhaus, Essen, GERMANY
    Importance of helper devices in transvenous embolization
    Chapot R. (1)
    (1) Alfried Krupp Krankenhaus, Essen, GERMANY
    Use of balloons in venous approach
    Gil A. (1), Gonzalez-Manly A. (1)
    (1) Hospital Marques de Valdecilla, Santander, SPAIN
    Transvenous approach for the treatment of cerebral arteriovenous malformations (TATAM): Study protocol of a randomised controlled trial
    Rouchaud A. (1), Iancu D. (7), Weill A. (7), Roy D. (7), Nico L. (7), Nolet S. (7), Gevry G. (7), Raymond J. (7), Darsaut T. (3), Mounayer C. (1), Chapot R. (4), Piotin M. (2), Fahed R. (2), Blanc R. (2), Mendes Pereira V. (5), Abud D. (6)
    (1) CHU, Limoges, FRANCE; (2) Rothschild Foundation, Paris, FRANCE; (3) University of Alberta Hospital, Edmonton, CANADA; (4) Alfried-Krupp Krankenhaus Hospital, Essen, GERMANY; (5) Western Hospital, Toronto, CANADA; (6) Medical School of Ribeirão Preto, Sao Paolo, BRAZIL; (7) Centre Hospitalier de l'Université de Montréal (CHUM), Montreal, CANADA; (8) Centre Hospitalier de l'Université de Montréal (CHUM), Montreal, CANADA
    The peculiar life of an AVM
    Cognard C. (1), Januel A. (1), Darcourt J. (1), Genego A. (1), Tall P. (1), Bonneville F. (1)
    (1) Hopital Purpan, Toulouse, FRANCE
    Venous ischemia after endovascular treatment of cerebral AVMs.
    Gil A. (1), Gonzalez-Mandly A. (1)
    (1) Hospital Marques de Valdecilla, Santander, SPAIN
    Moderators: I. Saatci, Turkey & V. Mendes Pereira, Canada
    Dural fistulas
    Treatment of a Dural Cavernous Sinus Fistula using a different Approach
    Dahl R. (1), Eskesen V. (1), Benndorf G. (1)
    (1) Rigshospital, Copenhagen, DENMARK
    Angioarchitecture of carotid cavernous dural fistula visualized with the high-resolution cone beam CT
    Tanaka M. (1), Keisuke K. (1)
    (1) Kameda Medical Center, Kamogawa, JAPAN
    d-AVF of the hypoglossal channel (HCDAVFs): to treat or not to treat?
    Vanlangenhove P. (1), Dhondt E. (1), Hermie L. (1), Defreyne L. (1)
    (1) Ghent University Hospital , Ghent , BELGIUM
    Hemorrhagic complication after venous coil-embolization of petrous dural arteriovenous fistula
    Iancu D. (1), Volders D. (1), Cartier M. (1), Chaalala C. (1), Raymond J. (1)
    (1) Centre hospitalier de l'Université de Montréal (CHUM), Montreal, CANADA
    How I monitor the shrinkage of giant venous lakes in pediatric dural sinus malformation
    Saliou G. (1)
    (1) CHUV Centre Hospitalier Universitaire Vaudois, Lausanne, SWITZERLAND
    2 Different Pressure Cooker Technique To Treat Spinal AVF, one using Scepter Mini balloon
    Sourour N. (1), Shotar E. (1), Lenck S. (1), Clarençon F. (1)
    (1) Pitie Salpetriere, paris, FRANCE
    Stroke
    Transradial stroke thrombectomy
    Barranco Pons R. (1), Rodriguez Caamaño I. (1), Chirife Chaparro O. (1), Aja Rodriguez L. (1), Aixut Lorenzo S. (1), De Dios Lascuevas M. (1), De Miquel Miquel M. (1)
    (1) Hospital Universitari de Bellvitge, Hospitalet de Llobregat, SPAIN
    New Stroke Treatment Device for Tough Clots
    Tateshima S. (1), Kaneko N. (1)
    (1) UCLA, Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
    Quality vs quantity: the impact of eloquent motor cortex reperfusion beyond the traditional TICI scoring after thrombectomy
    Raychev R. (1,2), Rao N. (1), Bahr M. (1), Restrepo L. (1), Saber H. (1), Nour M. (1), Starkman S. (1), Saver J. (1), Duckwiler G. (1), Tateshima S. (1), Liebeskind D. (1), Jahan R. (1), Golby G. (1), Brown S. (1), Szeder V. (1), Himman J. (1), Sharma L. (1)
    (1) UCLA , Los Angeles, UNITED STATES; (2) St Jude Medical Center, Fullerton, UNITED STATES
    The CIS Trial: Phase I
    Alali F. (1)
    (1) Cleveland Clinic Akron General, Akron, UNITED STATES
    NIHSS of 10 or less 24 hours after mechanical thrombectomy for large vessel occlusion stroke is the best and most practical predictor for 90-day functional outcome
    Wirtz M. (1), Zand R. (1), Griessenauer C. (1), Hendrix P. (1), Goren O. (1), Beckett L. (1), Dicristina H. (1), Schirmer C. (1), Dalal S. (1), Weiner G. (1), Foreman P. (1)
    (1) Geisinger, Danville, UNITED STATES
    Mid term outcome following thrombectomy: a real life experience
    Szikora I. (1)
    (1) National Insitute of Clinical Neurosciences, Budapest, HUNGARY

    Wednesday January 15th 2020

    Moderators: M. Söderman, Sweden & AC. Januel, France
    Stroke
    Mechanical Thrombectomy of Isolated Posterior Cerebral Artery Occlusion – Single Centre Experience
    Baptista M. (1), Cunha B. (1), Fragata I. (1), Carvalho R. (1), Pamplona J. (1), Paiva Nunes A. (1), Reis J. (1)
    (1) Hospital de São José - Centro Hospitalar e Universitário de Lisboa Central, Lisboa, PORTUGAL
    Microcatheter aspiration thrombectomy in distal vessel occlusions: feasibility, limitations and alternatives.
    Meila D. (1,2), Grieb D. (3), Psychogios M. (5), Raz E. (4), Shapiro M. (4)
    (1) Hannover Medical School, Hannover, GERMANY; (2) Johanna-Etienne-Hospital, Neuss, GERMANY; (3) Sana Kliniken Duisburg, Duisburg, GERMANY; (4) NYU Langone Health, New York City, UNITED STATES; (5) University Hospital, Basel, SWITZERLAND
    An unusual complication of thrombectomy
    Cognard C. (1), Januel A. (1), darcourt j. (1), Guenego A. (1), Tall P. (1), Bonneville F. (1)
    (1) Hopital Purpan, Toulouse, FRANCE
    Fractured Guidewire during Mechanical Thrombectomy for Acute Large Vessel Ischemic Stroke
    Filep R. (1), Marginean L. (1)
    (1) Emergency Clinical County Hospital, Targu Mures, ROMANIA
    Intracranial stenting as rescue therapy for failed mechanical thrombectomy
    Moreu M. (1), Gómez Escalonilla C. (1), Perez García C. (1), Rosati S. (1), López-Ibor L. (1), Egido J. (1)
    (1) Hospital Clínico San Carlos, Madrid, SPAIN
    Novel delivery catheter facilitates aspiration catheter delivery without crossing embolus & reduces first pass need for stent retriever: A case series
    Kim W. (2), Baxter B. (1), English J. (1)
    (1) Route 92 Medical, San Mateo, UNITED STATES; (2) California Pacific Medical Center, San Francisco, UNITED STATES
    Aspiration embolectomy with a novel reperfusion system designed to delivery without crossing the embolus: A first-in-human study
    Brew S. (2), Caldwell J. (2), Sutcliffe J. (2), Lee S. (2), Barber A. (2), Campbell D. (2), Mcguiness B. (2), Baxter B. (1)
    (1) Route 92 Medical, San Mateo, UNITED STATES; (2) Auckland City Hospital, Auckland, NEW ZEALAND; (3) California Pacific Medical Center, San Francisco, UNITED STATES
    Preliminary Results from the Swiss Tigertriever Multi-Center, Observational, Cohort Study
    Gruber P. (1), Diepers M. (1), Anon J. (1), Kahles T. (1), Von Hessling A. (2), Weber J. (3), Remonda L. (1)
    (1) Kantonsspital, Aarau, SWITZERLAND; (2) Kantonsspital, Luzern, SWITZERLAND; (3) Kantonsspital, St. Gallen, SWITZERLAND
    Early experience in distal intracranial thrombectomy with the Tigertriever 13
    Nordmeyer H. (1), Phung T. (1)
    (1) Radprax St. Lukas Hospital, Solingen, GERMANY
    FIRST EXPERIENCE WITH MIVI ASPIRATION CATHETERS
    Ballenilla F. (1), Saura P. (1), Barcena E. (1), Campollo J. (1)
    (1) Hospital 12 de Octubre, Madrid, SPAIN
    Moderators: A. Consoli, France & R. Van den Berg, Netherlands
    Stroke
    Direct thromboaspiration efficacy for mechanical thrombectomy is related to the angle of interaction between the aspiration catheter and the clot
    Machi P. (1), Bernava G. (1), Rosi A. (1)
    (1) HUG, Geneva, SWITZERLAND
    Length matters
    Pero G. (1)
    (1) H. Niguarda Ca' Granda, Milan, ITALY
    Histological analysis of a thrombectomy resistant thromboembolus
    Andersson T. (1,3), Staessens S. (2), De Meyer S. (2)
    (1) Karolinska University Hospital, Stockholm, SWEDEN; (2) Laboratory for Thrombosis Research, IRF Life Sciences, KU Leuven Campus Kulak, Kortrijk, BELGIUM; (3) Department of Medical Imaging, AZ Groeninge, Kortrijk, BELGIUM
    Code stroke alert: concept and development of a novel open-source platform to streamline acute stroke management
    Seah H. (1), Tang J. (4), Yazdabadi G. (6), Tahayori B. (3), Barras C. (7), Kok H. (8), Chandra R. (1,3), Thijs V. (4,9,10), Brooks D. (4,5,10), Asadi H. (1,4,5,10), Burney M. (2), Phan M. (1), Shell D. (3), Wu J. (3), Zhou K. (1), Brooks O. (3), Coulton B. (1), Maingard J. (4,5)
    (1) Monash Health, Clayton, AUSTRALIA; (10) Florey Institute of Neuroscience and Mental Health, Parkville, AUSTRALIA; (2) Deloitte, Sydney, AUSTRALIA; (3) Monash University, Melbourne, AUSTRALIA; (4) Austin Health, Melbourne, AUSTRALIA; (5) Deakin University, Waurn Ponds, AUSTRALIA; (6) Alcohol Beverages Australia, Sydney, AUSTRALIA; (7) South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute, Adelaide, AUSTRALIA; (8) Northern Health, Epping, AUSTRALIA; (9) University of Melbourne, Parkville, AUSTRALIA
    Geographic service delivery for endovascular clot retrieval: Using Discrete Event Simulation to Optimize Resources
    Ren Y. (1), Seah H. (2), Maingard J. (2,10), Kevin Z. (2), Lamanna A. (1), Jhamb A. (11), Thijs V. (1,9), Brooks D. (1,9), Asadi H. (1,2,9,10,11), Phan M. (2), Luong P. (3), Wu J. (4), Shell D. (4), Barras C. (5,6), Kok H. (7), Burney M. (8), Tahayori B. (9)
    (1) Austin Health, Melbourne, AUSTRALIA; (10) Deakin University, Melbourne, AUSTRALIA; (11) St Vincent’s Hospital, Melbourne, AUSTRALIA; (2) Monash Hospital, Melbourne, AUSTRALIA; (3) RMIT University, Melbourne, AUSTRALIA; (4) Monash University, Melbourne, AUSTRALIA; (5) University, Adelaide, AUSTRALIA; (6) Royal Adelaide Hospital, Adelaide, AUSTRALIA; (7) Northern Health, Melbourne, AUSTRALIA; (8) Deloitte, Sydney, AUSTRALIA; (9) University, Melbourne, AUSTRALIA
    Mission Thrombectomy 2020 update
    Hassan A. (1), Yavagal D. (2)
    (1) UTRGV - Valley Baptist, Harlingen, UNITED STATES; (2) University, Miami, UNITED STATES
    SELECT 2: A Randomized Controlled Trial to Optimize Patient Selection for Endovascular Treatment in Acute Ischemic Stroke
    Hassan A. (1), Sarraj A. (2)
    (1) UTRGV - Valley Baptist, Harlingen, UNITED STATES; (2) UT Houston, Houston, UNITED STATES
    Cangrelor in low NIHSS acute ischemic stroke
    Pero G. (1), Cervo A. (1), Piano M. (1), Quilici L. (1), Boccardi E. (1)
    (1) H. Niguarda Ca' Granda, Milan, ITALY
    An unusual radial artery complication
    Andersson T. (1), Holmin S. (1), Söderman M. (1)
    (1) Karolinska University Hospital, Stockholm, SWEDEN
    Final Results of the First Thrombectomy Trial in a Developing Country
    MONTALVERNE F. (1)
    (1) General Hospital , Fortaleza, BRAZIL
    Chronic Carotid Occlusion Revascularisation through Vasavasorum using retrograde stenting - Technical Note
    Costalat V. (1)
    (1) University Hospital, Montpellier, FRANCE
    New Insights in Carotid Artery Stenting (CAS) by Follow-up with Contast Enhanced (CE) Digital Volume Tomography (DVT)
    Mayer T. (1), Schneider L. (1)
    (1) University Hospital, Jena, GERMANY
    Initial Experience with the next generation Resolute Onyx Zotarolimus Eluting Balloon Mounted Stent in Symptomatic Intracranial Atherosclerotic Disease
    Hassan A. (1), Tekle W. (1)
    (1) Valley Baptist - University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, Harlingen, UNITED STATES
    Thrombectomy of phlegmon. Management of vasculopathy and mycotic aneurysmss
    Miller D. (1), Sabsevitz D. (1), Todnam N. (1), Tawk R. (1)
    (1) Mayo Clinic, Jacksonville, UNITED STATES

    Thursday January 16th 2020

    Moderators: M. Killer-Oberpfalzer, Austria & SK. Lee, USA
    Aneurysm
    An all inclusive care trial for unruptured intracranial aneurysms
    Desal H. (2), Cognard C. (3), Darsaut T. (4), Raymond J. (1)
    (1) Centre hospitalier de l'Université de Montréal (CHUM), Montreal, CANADA; (2) CHU, Nantes, FRANCE; (3) CHU, Toulouse, FRANCE; (4) University of Alberta Hospital, Edmonton, CANADA
    Saccular aneurysm can be formed within only 4 days?
    Miyachi S. (1), Ohshima T. (1), Matsuo N. (1), Kawaguchi R. (1), Iwami K. (1)
    (1) Aichi Medical University, Nagakute, JAPAN
    Flow diverter for unruptured intradural vertebral artery dissecting aneurysms
    Song Y. (1), Dae Chul S. (1)
    (1) Asan Medical Center, Uni of Ulsan, Coll of Med, Seoul, REPUBLIC OF KOREA
    Vertebral artery flow diversion and cord infarction with spinal artery coverage
    Dmytriw A. (1), Foreman P. (6), Phan K. (2), Hsiao T. (1), Tutino V. (3), Ogilvy C. (2), Radovanovic I. (1), Harrigan M. (6), Siddiqui A. (3), Levy E. (3), Limbucci N. (4), Kapadia A. (1), Cognard C. (5), Krings T. (1), Pereira V. (1), Ajith T. (2), Marotta T. (1), Griessenauer C. (2), Enriquez-Marulanda A. (2), Parra-Farinas C. (1), Kuhn A. (2), Nicholson P. (1), Renieri L. (4), Waqas M. (3), Michelozzi C. (5)
    (1) University, Toronto, CANADA; (2) Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston, UNITED STATES; (3) UBNS, Buffalo, UNITED STATES; (4) Careggi University, Florence, ITALY; (5) CHU, Toulouse, FRANCE; (6) University, Birmingham, Alabama, UNITED STATES
    Measuring Flow Diverter porosity in-vivo with simulation: validation and pre-clinical study
    Obrado L. (2), Lopez Rueda A. (3), Blasco J. (3), Macho J. (3), San Roman L. (3), Fernandez H. (4), Larrabide I. (1)
    (1) CONICET, UNICEN, Tandil, ARGENTINA; (2) Universidad, Barcelona, SPAIN; (3) Hospital Clinic, Barcelona, SPAIN; (4) Galgo Medical S. L., Barcelona, SPAIN
    Visualization of flow diverter stent wall apposition during intracranial aneurysm treatment using a virtually diluted cone beam CT technique
    Hassan A. (1), Wise J. (2), Tekle W. (1)
    (1) Department of Neurology & Radiology, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, Department of Neuroscience, Valley Baptist Medical Center, Harlingen, Tx, UNITED STATES; (2) GE Healthcare, Waukesha, UNITED STATES
    Flow Diversion for Treatment of Acutely Ruptured Intracranial Aneurysms
    Almatter M. (1), Aguilar M. (1), Hellstern V. (1), Mitrovic G. (1), Ganslandt O. (1), Bäzner H. (1), Henkes H. (1)
    (1) Klinikum, Stuttgart, GERMANY
    Treatment of ruptured aneurysms with a hydrophilic-coated flow diverter under single anti-platelet therapy
    Lobsien D. (1), Clajus C. (1), Behme D. (2), Riedel C. (2), Abu-Fares O. (3), Götz F. (3), Fiorella D. (4), Klisch J. (1)
    (1) Institute for Diagnostic and Interventional Neuroradiology, HELIOS Klinikum, Erfurt, GERMANY; (2) Institute for Diagnostic and Interventional Neuroradiology, University Medical Center, Göttingen, GERMANY; (3) Institute for Diagnostic and Interventional Neuroradiology, Hanover Medical School, Hanover, GERMANY; (4) Cerebrovascular Center, Stony Brook Hospital , Stony Brook, UNITED STATES
    Derivo® embolization device for the treatment of intracranial aneurysms - a multicenter study of 183 aneurysms
    Padovani Trivelato F. (1), Salles Rezende M. (1)
    (1) Felicio Rocho Hospital, Division of Interventional Neuroradiology, Belo Horizonte, BRAZIL
    Derivo Flow Diverter in the Treatment of Unruptured Intracranial Aneurysms: A Prospective Multicenter Study
    Taschner C. (1), Reith W. (9), Elsheikh S. (1), Meckel S. (1), Janssen H. (10,11), Hammer A. (10), Beuing O. (12), Jansen O. (13), Urbach H. (1), Knauth M. (14), Jenkner C. (15), Stracke C. (2), Chapot R. (2), Dorn F. (3), Kadziolka K. (4), Kreiser K. (5), Solymosi L. (6), Pham M. (6), Buhk J. (7), Turowski B. (8)
    (1) University Hospital, Freiburg, GERMANY; (10) Paracelsus Medical University, Nürnberg, GERMANY; (11) Klinikum, Ingolstadt, GERMANY; (12) Otto-von-Guericke University, Magdeburg, GERMANY; (13) University Hospital Schleswig-Holstein, Campus, Kiel, GERMANY; (14) University Medicine, Göttingen, GERMANY; (15) Clinical Trials Unit, Medical Center Freiburg, Freiburg, GERMANY; (2) Alfried-Krupp Krankenhaus, Essen, GERMANY; (3) LMU University Hospital of Munich, Munich, GERMANY; (4) The Children's Memorial Health Institute, Western Hospital, Grodzisk Mazowiecki, POLAND; (5) TU University Hospital, Munich, GERMANY; (6) University Hospital, Würzburg, GERMANY; (7) Universitatsklinikum Hamburg Eppendorf, Hamburg, GERMANY; (8) University Hospital, Düsseldorf, GERMANY; (9) Saarland University, Homburg-Saar, GERMANY
    Embolic Containing Devises for Liquid embolics in experimental Aneurysms
    Berenstein MD A. (1), Killer M. (1)
    (1) Mount Sinai, New York, New York10029-6574, UNITED STATES
    Moderators: F. Montalverne, Brazil & M. Moehlenbruch, Germany
    Aneurysm
    Utility of P2Y12 reactive unit (PRU) assessment on ticagrelor in cerebral aneurysms treated with intracranial stenting and flow diversion: do the safety margins differ?
    Bohan C. (1), Wirtz M. (1), Hendrix P. (1), Goren O. (1), Schirmer C. (1), Grassi D. (1), Dalal S. (1), Weiner G. (1), Griessenauer C. (1)
    (1) Geisinger, Danville, UNITED STATES
    Contour for WNBAs - initial results of the CERUS study
    Liebig T. (1), Killer-Oberpfalzer M. (2), Gal G. (6), Schramm P. (5), Berlis A. (4), Dorn F. (1), Wodarg F. (3)
    (1) LMU Klinikum, München, GERMANY; (2) Neuroradiology - Christian Doppler Klinik - SALK, Salzburg, AUSTRIA; (3) Neuroradiology - University Hospital, Kiel, GERMANY; (4) Neuroradiology - University Hospital, Augsburg, GERMANY; (5) Neuroradiology - University Hospital, Luebeck, GERMANY; (6) Neuroradiology - University Hospital, Odense, DENMARK
    Intrasaccular Devices for the Treatment of cerebral Aneurysms - The different modes of action
    Killer-Oberpfalzer M. (1), Müller-Thies-Broussalis E. (1), Hufnagl C. (1), Hecker C. (1), Moscote-Salazar L. (1), Mutzenbach S. (1)
    (1) Paracelsus Medical University, Salzburg, AUSTRIA
    The contour intrasaccular flow-diversion device – clinical experiences from eight cases with DSA, MRI and CTA 6 months follow up
    Wodarg F. (1), Maddjidyar J. (1), Jansen O. (1), Larsen N. (1)
    (1) University Medical Center Schleswig-Holstein, Campus, Kiel, GERMANY
    Pilot Study of the Contour Neurovascular System; progressive single arm multicenter study
    Patankar T. (1), Pilot data C. (2)
    (1) Leeds general Infirmary, Leeds, UNITED KINGDOM; (2) Pilot data Co investigators, London Birmingham and Hungary, UNITED KINGDOM
    Early Experience With Neqstent: A Novel Remodelling Device For Wide-neck Bifurcation Aneurysms
    O'kelly C. (1), Jeremy R. (1), Ashforth R. (1), Chow M. (1), Gal G. (2)
    (1) University of Alberta, Edmonton, CANADA; (2) University Hospital, Odense , DENMARK
    Concept and in vitro investigation of a new coating technology for vessel healing in flow diversion treatment
    Cattaneo G. (3), Schuessler A. (1), Krajewski S. (2), Wendel H. (2)
    (1) Acandis GmbH, Pforzheim, GERMANY; (2) University Tübingen, Clinical Research Laboratory, Department of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery , Tübingen, GERMANY; (3) University, Institut of Biomedical Engineering, Stuttgart, GERMANY
    In vivo evaluation of the new flow diverter “Derivo-Heal” with fibrin-based nano coating
    Mühl-Benninghaus R. (1), Tomori T. (1), Krajewski S. (2), Fries F. (1), Simgen A. (1), Yilmaz U. (1), Brochhausen C. (3), Reith W. (1), Cattaneo G. (4)
    (1) Saarland University Hospital, Homburg, GERMANY; (2) University Hospital, Tuebingen, GERMANY; (3) University, Regensburg, GERMANY; (4) University, Stuttgart, GERMANY
    Initial Experience with long 5mm Evolve stents in the treatment of large intracranial aneurysms.
    Nicholson P. (1), Mendes Pereira V. (1)
    (1) Western Hospital/University, Toronto, CANADA
    First-in-human cases of DERIVO mini Embolization Device for the treatment of intracranial aneurysms
    Psychogios M. (1), Brehm A. (1)
    (1) University Hospital, Basel, SWITZERLAND
    Initial experience with the p48 HPC coated low profile flow diverting stent
    Keston P. (1)
    (1) Western General Hospital, Edinburgh, UNITED KINGDOM
    p48MW Flow Diverter- Clinical expericence and mid-term follow-up
    Hellstern V. (1), Aguilar Perez M. (1), Almatter M. (1), Bäzner H. (1), Ganslandt O. (1), Henkes H. (1)
    (1) Klinikum, Stuttgart, GERMANY
    Flow diversion of anterior circulation aneurysms using p64: long term follow-up data
    Hellstern V. (1), Aguilar Perez M. (1), Henkes E. (1), Almatter M. (1), Henkes H. (1)
    (1) Klinikum, Stuttgart, GERMANY
    Flow diverter deployed length prediction by computational simulation in PreSize Neurovascular medical software: a retrospective study
    Patankar T. (1), Sonwalkar H. (2), Madigan J. (3), Cowley P. (4), Iori F. (5), Spranger K. (5)
    (1) Department of Neuroradiology, Leeds Teaching Hospital, Leeds, UNITED KINGDOM; (2) Department of Neuroradiology, Lancashire Teaching Hospitals, Preston, UNITED KINGDOM; (3) Atkinson Morley Neurosciences Centre, St George’s Hospital, London, UNITED KINGDOM; (4) Department of Neurosurgery, National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, London, UNITED KINGDOM; (5) Oxford Heartbeat Ltd, London, UNITED KINGDOM

    Friday January 17th 2020

    Moderators: P. Bogal, UK & G. Benndorff, Denmark
    Aneurysm
    Simple coiling of a large basilar artery aneurysm
    CHOI I. (1)
    (1) Mediplex Sejong Hospital, Incheon, REPUBLIC OF KOREA
    "Ghost invasion", the scary side of flow-diverters
    BOCCARDI E. (1)
    (1) Niguarda Hospital, Milano, ITALY
    Flow Diversion for Proximal Basilar Fusiform Aneurysm
    Lee S. (1), Brook A. (1), Altschul D. (1), Zampolin R. (1), Haranhalli N. (1)
    (1) Montefiore Medical Center, Bronx, New York, UNITED STATES
    What is old is new again: the return of detachable balloons for the treatment of cerebral aneurysms
    Baxter B. (1), Wilson S. (2), Moore R. (2), Shinsky V. (2), Hamel G. (2), Groth D. (3), Franano N. (2)
    (1) LVHN, Signal Mountain, UNITED STATES; (2) Metactive Medical , Kansas City, UNITED STATES; (3) Preclinical Surgery , Minneapolis , UNITED STATES
    The use of pCONUS HPC for treatment of both Ruptured and Unruptured Aneurysms under single antiplatelet therapy
    Aguilar M. (1), Hellstern V. (1), Almatter M. (1), Serna C. (1), Ganslandt O. (1), Bäzner H. (1), Henkes H. (1)
    (1) Klinikum, Stuttgart, GERMANY
    flow-T stenting with the silk vista baby and baby leo stents for bifurcation aneurysms – a novel endovascular technique
    Bhogal P. (1), Wong K. (1), Levan M. (1)
    (1) St. Bartholomew's and the Royal London Hospital, London, UNITED KINGDOM
    The Cascade Device – in vitro tests to assess coil protrusion into the parent vessel
    Bhogal P. (1), Ken W. (1), Levan M. (1)
    (1) St. Bartholomew's and the Royal London Hospital, London, UNITED KINGDOM
    Comparing the safety and efficacy of the Accero vs Leo Baby braided stents
    Puthuran M. (1), Pullicino R. (1), Masri S. (1), Babatola F. (1), Chandran A. (1)
    (1) The Walton Centre NHS Foundation Trust, Liverpool, UNITED KINGDOM
    Prospective evaluation of the Accero stent
    Keston P. (1), Downer J. (1), Nania A. (1), Duplessis J. (1)
    (1) Western General Hospital, Edinburgh, UNITED KINGDOM
    Initial evaluation of LVIS EVO stent
    Keston P. (1)
    (1) Western General Hospital, Edinburgh, UNITED KINGDOM
    Woven Endobridge (WEB) Device as a Re-treatment Strategy after Unsuccessful Surgical Clipping
    Parra-Farinas C. (2), Desouza R. (1), Kandasamy N. (1), Jonathon D. (3), Bhattacharya J. (4), Rangi P. (5), Booth T. (1)
    (1) King's College Hospital , London, UNITED KINGDOM; (2) St. Michael´s Hospital, Toronto, CANADA; (3) Western General Hospital, Edinburgh, UNITED KINGDOM; (4) King Faisal Specialist Hospital & Research Centre, Riyadh, SAUDI ARABIA; (5) National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, London, UNITED KINGDOM
    Outcome Study of the Pipeline Embolization Device with Shield Technology in Unruptured Aneurysms (PEDSU)
    Atasoy D. (1), Kandasamy N. (1), Hart J. (1), Lynch J. (1), Yang S. (1), Walsh D. (1), Tolias C. (1), Booth T. (1)
    (1) King's college hospital NHS trust, London, UNITED KINGDOM
    Moderators: G. Rodesch, Suresnes & S. Bracard, Nancy
    Aneurysm
    Double stent-assisted coiling of intracranial bifurcation aneurysms in Y and X configurations with the Neuroform ATLAS stent: immediate and midterm angiographic and clinical follow-up
    CICCIO G. (1), Smajda S. (1)
    (1) Fondation Rothschild Hospital, Paris, FRANCE
    The Flow Redirection Intraluminal Device (FRED) for cerebral aneurysms of the posterior circulation: A subgroup analysis of the EuFRED registry
    Griessenauer C. (1), Holtmannspoetter M. (8), Buhk J. (9), Reith W. (10), Simgen A. (10), Janssen H. (11), Kocer N. (5), Killer-Oberpfalzer M. (2), Moehlenbruch M. (3), Hendrix P. (4), Ulfert C. (3), Islak C. (5), Sonnberger M. (6), Engelhorn T. (7), Müller-Thies-Broussalis E. (2), Finkenzeller T. (8)
    (1) Geisinger, Danville, UNITED STATES; (10) Clinic for Diagnostic and Interventional Neuroradiology, Universitätsklinikum des Saarlandes, Homburg, GERMANY; (11) Institute for Neuroradiology, Klinikum, Ingolstadt, GERMANY; (2) Research Institute of Neurointervention, Paracelsus Medical University, Salzburg, AUSTRIA; (3) Department of Neuroradiology, Heidelberg University Hospital, Heidelberg, GERMANY; (4) Department of Neurosurgery, Saarland University Medical Center and Saarland University Faculty of Medicine, Homburg, GERMANY; (5) Department of Neuroradiology, Cerrahpasa Medical School, Istanbul University , Instanbul, TURKEY; (6) Department of Neuroradiology, Kepler Universitätsklinikum, Linz, AUSTRIA; (7) Department of Neuroradiology, University Hospital Erlangen, Erlangen, GERMANY; (8) Institute of Radiology and Neuroradiology, Klinikum Nuernberg Sued, Paracelsus Medical University, Nuernberg, GERMANY; (9) Department of Neuroradiology, University Hospital Hamburg Eppendorf, Hamburg, GERMANY
    Single Center Experience in Stent-Assisted Coiling of Complex Intracranial Aneurysms Using Low-Profile Stents: The Acclino Stent Versus the Acclino Flex Stent
    Dietrich P. (1), Gravius A. (1), Mühl-Benninghaus R. (1), Yilmaz U. (1), Kettner M. (1), Bomberg H. (1), Reith W. (1), Simgen A. (1)
    (1) Saarland University Hospital, Homburg, GERMANY
    Preliminary experience with the EVOLVE Flowdiverting stent
    Killer-Oberpfalzer M. (1), Wodarg F. (2), Hausegger K. (3)
    (1) University Hospital Salzburg, Salzburg, AUSTRIA; (2) UKSH Campus Kiel, Kiel, GERMANY; (3) Landeskrankenhaus Klagenfurt, Klagenfurt, AUSTRIA
    Treatment of a ruptured basilar tip aneurysm via transradial approach under local anaesthesia
    Bhogal P. (1), Wong K. (1), Levan M. (1)
    (1) St. Bartholomew's and the Royal London Hospital, London, UNITED KINGDOM
    Midterm experiences with a new coil, the TrelliX, covered by Shape Memory Foam
    Gál G. (1)
    (1) Odense University Hospital, Odense, DENMARK
    Serpentine aneurysm of a duplicated middle cerebral artery: report of a case
    Smajda S. (1), Ciccio G. (1), Robert T. (2), Redjem H. (1), Escalard S. (1), Desilles J. (1), Mazighi M. (1), Blanc R. (1), Piotin M. (1)
    (1) Fondation Rothschild Hospital, Paris, FRANCE; (2) Ospedale Civico, Lugano, ITALY
    An unexpected diagnosis of an intraventricular bleeding?
    Vanlangenhove P. (1), Dhondt E. (1), Hermie L. (1), Defreyne L. (1)
    (1) Ghent University Hospital , Ghent , BELGIUM
    Unusual cause of SAH
    Bartolini B. (1), Saliou G. (1)
    (1) CHUV - Lausanne University Hospital , Lausanne, SWITZERLAND
    Risk of rupture in case of acute thrombosis of unruptured aneurysms
    Cognard C. (1), Januel A. (1), Darcourt J. (1), Guenego A. (1), Tall P. (1), Bonneville F. (1)
    (1) Hopital Purpan, Toulouse, FRANCE
    Too many complications in one patient
    JANUEL A. (1), COGNARD C. (1)
    (1) HOPITAL DE TOULOUSE, TOULOUSE, FRANCE
    Subarachnoid Hemorrhage Caused by Bilateral Dural Arteriovenous Fistula of Breschet Sinus
    Cabral de Andrade G. (1,2), Leszczynski A. (1,2)
    (1) CINN, Maringa, BRAZIL; (2) Parana Hospital, Maringa, BRAZIL
    A Cavernous Sinus Fistula that was none…
    Dahl R. (1), Eskesen V. (1), Benndorf G. (1)
    (1) Rigshospital, Copenhagen, DENMARK
    Transvenous Embolization of ruptured Hypothalamic AVM : report of a case
    SMAJDA S. (1), Ciccio G. (1)
    (1) Fondation Rothschild Hospital, Paris, FRANCE
    Unusual cervical AV fistula
    Poitelea M. (1), Bucur S. (1)
    (1) Brighton, Brighton, UNITED KINGDOM
    Complicated basilar artery dissection aneurysm
    Poitelea M. (1), Koumellis P. (1), Critchley G. (1)
    (1) Brighton, Brighton, UNITED KINGDOM
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