20th Annual

Interventional Neuroradiology Symposium

& 5th Annual Karel G. Terbrugge Lectureship & Neurovascular Anatomy Workshop

September 26-28, 2019 – BMO Conference Center, Toronto, CA

Co-Organized by the Department of Medical Imaging, University of Toronto and the Department of Diagnostic Imaging, Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids)

Agenda

Day 1 – Thursday, September 26, 2019
Neurovascular Anatomy Course –  Why Anatomy is important – Case based Interactive Teaching
0800 – 0830 Cranial Nerve Supply Srivatanakul
0830 – 0900 EC-IC Anastomoses Pereira
0900 – 0930 Ophthalmic Arteries and Orbital Supply Shapiro
0930 – 1000 Dural arteriovenous shunts (dAVS)- Overview and Classification Krings
1000 – 1030 COFFEE BREAK
1030 – 1230 Interactive Case-based Workshops
Workshop 1: Neurovascular Anatomy of transvere sinus dAVS Agid/Jovin
Workshop 2: Neurovascular Anatomy of dAVS involving the skull base Srivatanakul/Pereira
Workshop 3 – Neurovascular Anatomy of dAVS of the cavernous sinus Chen/Krings
Workshop 4: Neurovascular Anatomy of falcotentorial dural AVS terBrugge/Mayich
1230 – 1330 LUNCH BREAK
1330 – 1400 Arterial development and anatomy of the Limbic system Terbrugge
1400 – 1420 AVM angioarchitecture and high flow angiopathy: What we need to know to characterize an AVM Krings
1420 – 1440 Anatomical Considerations in the endovascular management of brain AVMs Spelle
1440 – 1500 Anatomical Considerations in the surgical management of brain AVMs Radovanovic
1500 – 1530 COFFEE BREAK
1530 – 1730 Interactive Case-based Workshops
Workshop 1: Neurovascular Cases involving the Anterior Choroidal Artery Chen/Krings
Workshop 2: Neurovascular Cases involving the Ascending Pharyngeal Artery Shapiro/Srivatanakul
Workshop 3: Neurovascular Anatomy of Spinal Vascular Malformations Zhang/Terbrugge
Workshop 3: Neurovascular Anatomy in Pediatric vascular malformations Muthusami/Spelle
Day 2 – Friday, September 27, 2019
INR Symposium 
Imaging Updates Richard Aviv
0800 – 0820 Update on OCT Gounis
0820 – 0840 Clinical Applications of OCT? Yang
0840 – 0900 MRI perfusion techniques and their application to neurovascular diseases Alcaide-Leon
0900 – 0920 CT Perfusion for Patient Selection in Acute Stroke Aviv
0920 – 0940 Hybrid rooms for acute stroke: Useful or just another toy? Siddiqui
0940 – 1000 Advances in Cone beam CT imaging for Ischemic Stroke Pereira
1000 – 1030 COFFEE BREAK
Stroke – Updates Erin Dyer
1030 – 1050 Alteplase and new thrombolytic drugs: where are we and what’s next? Schaafsma
1050 – 1110 I can’t get there! Alternative accesses for AIS Pandey
1110 – 1130 The Clot: what we know (and don’t) Gounis
Stroke – Patient & Device Selection Howard Lesiuk
1130 – 1150 Low NIHSS, Low Aspects – Who should be treated? Demchuk
1150 – 1210 What imaging and time window? Jovin
1210 – 1230 How to better remove clots Spelle
1230 – 1330 LUNCH BREAK
Stroke – Debates  Waleed Brinjikji
1330 – 1400 M3 Occlusions: Is there a role for endovascular therapy? Schaafsma/Siddiqui
1400 – 1430 Chronic Vessel Occlusions – To revascularize or not? Silver/Jovin
1430 – 1500 Aspirate, Stentretrieve or both for MCA, Basilar and Carotid T Occlusions Chen/Spelle
1500 – 1530 COFFEE BREAK
Stroke Cases van Adel
1530 – 1600 We should have treated this case, we shouldn’t have treated that case … Demchuk
1600 – 1630 Adverse Events and Complications Kelly
1630 – 1700 The good, the bad and the ugly van Adel
1800 – 
INR Symposium Course Dinner – TBD
Day 3 – Saturday, September 28, 2019
INR Symposium
The Veno-glymphatic System and its Disorders Richard Farb
0800-0830 The Venous system: From Anatomy to Pathology Terbrugge
0830-0900 The Glymphatic System – What the Interventionalist needs to know Klostranec
0900-0920 Intracranial hypertension and Venous Stenting Pereira
0920-0940 New insights on intracranial hypotension Farb
0940-1000 Arteriovenous Shunts and hydrovenous disorders Brinjikji
1000-1030 COFFEE BREAK
Aneurysms – Debates I Sumit Jhas & Mehdi Shahideh
1030-1100 Unruptured aneurysms: are we treating too much or not enough? Rinkel/Lopes
1100 -1130 Broad based Bifurcation aneurysms: Endovascular vs Surgical Repair? Redekop/Spelle
Aneurysms – Update Joe Silvaggio
1130 -1145 Update on Familial Aneurysms Rinkel
1145-1200 Advanced Imaging of Aneurysms Hasan
1200-1215 Hemodynamics in Aneurysm – What do we know today Steinman
1215-1230 Delayed Cerebral Ischemia after Aneurysmal Rupture – New Developments Rinkel
1230-1330 LUNCH BREAK
1315-1400

The 5th Annual Karel G. Terbrugge Lectureship 

Spinal Vascular Malformations – The Beijing Experience

HongQi Zhang
Aneurysms – Debates II Dana Iancu & Alain Weill
1400 – 1430 Flowdiversion of giant paraophthalmic Aneurysms – Are additional Coils necessary? Shankar/Kaderali
1430 – 1500 Dissecting PCA Aneurysms – Reconstructive or Deconstructive Management O’Kelly/Bharatha

CONTACT for any questions

For questions, please contact Dr. Timo Krings (timo.krings@uhn.ca)  or
Mrs Maricelle Trid (maricelle.trid@uhn.ca)