21th Annual

Interventional Neuroradiology Symposium

& 6th Annual Karel G. Terbrugge Lectureship & Neurovascular Anatomy Workshop

September 10-12, 2020 – BMO Education & Conference Centre, 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, Sept 10

Case Based Neurovascular Anatomy – The Posterior Fossa

 

TIME

NAME OF TALK

Lecturer

 

0800 -0830

Vertebrobasilar Junction Arterial Anatomy and Development

Terbrugge

0830-0900

PICA, AICA, SCA and basilar perforators – Anastomoses, Variations and Supply

Brinjikji

0900-0930

Posterior Fossa Dural Arteries

Kiyosue

0930-1000

Posterior Fossa Venous System

Bharatha

1000 – 1030

COFFEE BREAK

1030-1100

CASE DISCUSSIONS Posterior fossa AVMs

Krings

1100-1130

CASE DISCUSSIONS Posterior fossa dAVF

Kiyosue

1130-1200

CASE DISCUSSIONS ICAD in the vertebrobasilar system

Tsang

1200 – 1300

LUNCH BREAK

1300 – 1330

PCA and its perforators

Brinjikji

1330 – 1400

EC-IC Anastomoses of the posterior fossa

Pereira

1400 – 1430

Arterial Supply of the CN VII-XII

Shapiro

1430 – 1500

Overview on Dissecting Arterial Diseases

Krings

1500 – 1530

COFFEE BREAK

1530 – 1600

CASE DISCUSSIONS Dissecting vertebral artery aneurysms

Nicholson

1600-1630

CASE DISCUSSIONS Midbasilar aneurysms – Types

Krings

1630-1700

CASE DISCUSSIONS Dissecting posterior cerebral artery aneurysms – Management

Pereira

Day 2 – Friday, Sept 11

INR Symposium

 

TIME

NAME OF TALK

 Lecturer/ Moderator

Panelists

0800 0820

Time resolved 3D DSA – Technique and Applications

Ahmed

0820-0840

Surgical & combined approaches to facial vascular malformations

Teshima/Pereira

0840-0900

CSDH – an endovascularily treatable entity?

Knopman

0900-0920

Neuroimaging Advancements for Targeting in Functional Neurosurgery.

Boutet

0920-0940

AI in Stroke

Hassan

0940-1000

Robotics in INR

Pereira

1000 – 1030

COFFEE BREAK

1030-1100

Current Status of Vessel Wall Imaging

Hasan

1100-1120

The Vessel Wall in Stroke and TIA

Schaafsma

1120-1140

The Vessel Wall in Aneurysms

Mandell

1140-1200

The Vessel Wall in AVMs

Krings

1200 – 1300

LUNCH BREAK

1300 – 1330

Debate: Wide-neck Bifurcation Aneurysms: Web vs Stent/Coil …?

Brinjikji

O’Kelly vs Dabus

1330 – 1400

Debate: Flowdiversion of Bifurcations

Brinjikji

Derakshani/Radovanovic

1400 – 1430

Debate: Spinal Augmentation: Panacea or Placebo?

Shankar

Hirsch vs Hirsch

1430 – 1500

Debate: Spinal Augmentation: Kyphoplasty or Vertebroplasty?

Shankar

Smith vs Murphy

1500 – 1525

COFFEE BREAK

1525 – 1550

CASES: Pushing the boundaries of Flowdiversion: Distal vessels, Ruptured Aneurysms…

Dabus

1550 – 1615

CASES: Our experience with Web

Brinjikji

1615 – 1650

CASES: Pediatric Aneurysms

Abruzzo

1650 – 1715

CASES: Aneurysm Recurrences – Treatment strategies

Redekop

1800 – 2100

Course Dinner (venue:  The Chase Fish and Oyster – 10 Temperance St, Fl 1, Toronto)

Day 3 – Saturday, Sept 12

INR Symposium

 

TIME

NAME OF TALK

Lecturer/ Moderator

Panelists

0800 – 0820

Educating Stroke Interventionalits – Lessons learned?

Hirsch

0820 – 0840

The current role of Perfusion Imaging for Stroke Patient Selection

Hassan

0840 – 0900

Acute Stroke and underlying ICAD

Tsang

0900 – 0920

Escape NA1 – the story so far

Tymianski

0920 – 0940

Adjunct Treatments in Acute Stroke – Hypothermia and beyond

Gounis

0940 – 1000

Stroke Management in 2030 – Where will we be

Demchuk

1000 – 1030

COFFEE BREAK

1030 – 1100

Debate Tandem Occlusions – What to open first?

vanAdel

Agid vs Marotta

1100 – 1130

Debate Radial or Femoral Approach to Acute Stroke

Pandey

Bharatha/Peterson

1130 – 1200

Debate : Pediatric Stroke – Who to treat vs Who to not treat?

Abruzzo

 

1200 – 1300

LUNCH BREAK

1300 – 1330

KTB LECTURESHIP – Cost Effectiveness in INR

Hirsch

1330 – 1400

Decision Making in Acute Stroke: Tough Cases from Calgary

Demchuk

1400 – 1430

Decision Making in Acute Stroke: Tough Cases from Montreal

Roy

1430 – 1500

Decision Making in Acute Stroke: Tough Cases from Saskatoon

Peeling

CONTACT for any questions

For questions, please contact Dr. Timo Krings (timo.krings@uhn.ca)  or
Sasikhan Geibprasert (cnrcourse@gmail.com)