(RECORDED Yesterday) Neurosurgery Conference on CerebroVascular Disease in Nagoya, Japan: Day #2

5th Winter Seminar on Cerebrovascular Diseases (CVD)
Department of Neurosurgery – Fujita Health University, Banbuntane Hotokukai Hospital
January 21 to 24, 2019

This conference, with the help of Dr. Yoko Kato, one of the first women Neurosurgeons in Japan

Programme Schedule to be Broadcast

Monday, 21 January to 24 January 2019



Moderators Prof. Yoko Kato M.D., Ph.D. 15 minutes

 

Monday, 21th January, 2019
 07:00 – 07:30 am Registration
Session 1 -(Conference room: 5th Floor of Conference Building)
Moderators Prof. Yoko Kato M.D., Ph.D., Kazumichi Yoshida 20 minutes
07.30-07.40am Introductery lecture Alberto Feletti Department of neurosurgery,NOCSAE Modena University Hospital,
Italy
07:40 – 08:00 am Surgical treatment of paraclinoid aneurysm Prof. Katsumi Takizawa Director, Department of Neurosurgery, Japanese Red Cross Asahikawa Hospital
08:00 – 08:20 am    Surgical Dissection of the Internal Carotid Artery under Flow Control by Proximal Vessel Clamping Reduces Embolic Infarcts during Carotid Endarterectomy Prof. Kazumichi Yoshida Department of Neurosurgery, Kyoto University Graduate School of Medicine
Session 2- (Conference room: 5th Floor of Conference Building)
Moderators  Tatsuya Sasaki,  Hidehito Kimura 20 minutes
08:30 – 8:50 am Visibility of thin- walled region of cerebral aneurysm using computational fluid dynamics Prof. Hidehito Kimura Assistant Professor, Department of Neurosurgery, Kobe University Graduate School of Medicine
08:50 – 09:10 am Treatment strategy for thrombosed ACA aneurysm Prof. Kojiro Wada Clinical professor of Dept. of Neurosurgery, National Defense Medical College, Tokorozawa, Saitama, Japan
09:10 – 09:30 am Morphological pattern and classification of superficial middle cerebral vein by cadaver dissection: an embryological view point Prof. Yasutaka Imada Professor, Department of Neurosurgery, Yamada Memorial Hospital
09:30 – 09:50 am Preoperative simulation of difficult surgery for cerebral aneurysm Prof. Fusao Ikawa Professor, Dept. of Neurosurgery, Graduate School of Biomedical and Health Sciences, Hiroshima University
09.50-10.10am Intraoperative monitoring of cranial nerves in neurosurgery Prof. Tatsuya Sasaki Department of Neurosurgery, Tohoku Medical and Pharmaceutical
University, Sendai, Japan
Session 3- (Conference room: 5th Floor of Conference Building)
Moderators Prof Fusao Ikawa, Prof. Kojiro Wada 20 minutes
10:10- 10:30am Aneurym clipping Prof. Yoko Kato Professor, Dept. of Neurosurgery, Fugita health universisty, Bantane
Hospital, Nagoya,Japan
10:30 – 10:50 am Acom aneurysm Prof. Hirotoshi Sano Vice President, Sogo Shinkawabashi Hospital
10:50 – 11:10 am How to avoid complication of clipping surgery Prof. Hirotoshi Sano Vice President, Sogo Shinkawabashi Hospital
11:10 – 11:30 am Carotid endarterectomy using transverse skin incision Prof. Kojiro Wada Clinical professor of Dept. of Neurosurgery, National Defense Medical College, Tokorozawa, Saitama, Japan
11.30-11.40am Welcome speech Prof Hideo Izawa Director,Bantane Hospital
11:40- 12:00 pm Real world data of unruptured cerebral aneurysm in Japan Prof. Fusao Ikawa Professor, Dept. of Neurosurgery, Graduate School of Biomedical and Health Sciences, Hiroshima University
Session 4 -(Lunch-on Seminar) (Conference room: 5th Floor of Conference Building)
Moderater Prof T ohshima
12.00- 12:15 pm Basic catheter technique  Prof. T Ohshima Associate Professor,Neuroendovascular Therapy Center,Aichi Merical University
12:15 – 12:30 pm Aneurysm coiling Prof. W Tsuruta Director, Neuroendovascular Therapy Center,Toranomon Hospital
12:30 – 12:45 pm Thrombectomy Prof. N Kimura Director of Department of Neurosurgery
Iwate Prefectural Central Hospital
12:45-01:00pm Carotid stenting  Prof. R Yoshimura Doctor, Hashimoto Municipal Hospital
Working Lunch will be provided during the Lunch-on Seminar – No separate lunch break
Session 5 – Hands-on Workshop
BATCHES ARE PUT UP SEPARATELY – Please refer to the batches at the registration desk
01:00 – 06:00 pm CEA / BYPASS / CLIPPING  (5th floor –  Conference Building)
CEA Table : Prof Kojiro Wada
BYPASS Table: Dr Hidehito Kimura & Dr Katsumi Takizawa&Prof.Yasutaka Imada
CLIPPING Table : Prof Fusao Ikawa
01:00 – 04:00 pm IVR hands on session (5th floor – Hospital Building)
Catheter Table: Prof Tomotaka Ohshima
Coiling Table: Prof. Wataro Tsuruta
Thrombectomy Table: Prof. R Yoshimura & Prof. N Kimura
03.30 – 06.00pm Endoscopiy Hands on session (5th floor – Hospital Building)
Endoscopic Table: Prof Tadashi Watanabe , Dr Tanbara , Dr Nagatani.
      Session 6- Keynote lecture (Conference room: 5th Floor of Conference Building)
Moderator- Prof Ryo Yoshimura, Prof Kawase 20 minutes
06.30pm-06-50pm Fundamental Techniques of Clipping Surgery for Anterior Communicating Artery Aneurysms Prof. Tsuyoshi Izumo Lecturer,
Department of Neurosurgery
Nagasaki University
06.50pm-07.10pm The orthodox technique of carotid endarterectomy Prof. Tsuyoshi Izumo Lecturer,
Department of Neurosurgery
Nagasaki University
07.10-07.30pm Treatment Decision-making for Skull Base Meningiomas Prof.Tetsuro Sameshima Lecturer, Department of Neurosurgery
Hamamatsu University School of Medicine
07.30-07.50 pm Acoustic neuroma surgery Prof.Tetsuro Sameshima Lecturer, Department of Neurosurgery
Hamamatsu University School of Medicine
07.50-08.10 pm 2D Perfusion Color Mapping Can Predict Hyperperfusion Syndrome after Carotid Artery
Stenting
Prof. Ryo Yoshimura Doctor, Hashimoto Municipal Hospital

Tuesday, 22nd January, 2019

08:00 – 09:00 am Preoperative discussion (5th Floor of Conference Building)
Operation starts  Live surgery video session (5th Floor of Hospital Building)
Room #1: 09:00 am Moyamoya- STA MCA bypass 09.00 am-11.25 am & 01.05 pm-04.55 pm
Room #2: 09:00 am Carotid endarterectomy
Room #2: 01:00 pm BA SCA clipping
Lunch-on Session (5th Floor of Conference Building)
Moderators-Prof Tatsuya Sasaki, Prof Kazumi Ohmori
11.30am-11.45pm Endovascular and bypass surgery for difficult to treat cerebral aneurysm Prof. Mitsuhito Mase Prof. and Chair
Department of Neurosurugery
Nagoya City University
11.45am-12.00pm Detection of the rupture-site causing subarachnoid hemorrhage with multiple cerebral
aneurysm using MRI
Prof. Mitsuhito Mase Prof. and Chair
Department of Neurosurugery
Nagoya City University
12:00 – 12:20 pm Transpetrosal approach for giant aneurysms in posterior fossa.~Microanatomy and actual
operative procedures~
Prof. Kazumi Ohmori Chairman,Department of Neurosurgery/ Stroke Center
Nishinomiya Watanabe Cardiovascular Center
12:20 – 12.40 pm Role of intraoperative monitoring of MEP and VEP in clipping of large and giant aneurysms Prof. Tatsuya Sasaki Prof. and Chair
Department of Neurosurgery
Tohoku Medical and Pharmaceutical University
12.40-01-05pm Fibre dissection Prof. Kentaro Mori Prof. and Chair, Department of Neurosugery, National Defence of Medical College
Working Lunch will be provided during the Lunch-on Seminar – No separate lunch break
Key Note Lectures (5th Floor of Conference Building)
Moderators Yasushi Takagi, Hidehito Kimura 20 minutes
05:00 – 05:20 pm Carotid Endarterectomy for Medical Therapy-resistant Symptomatic Low-grade Stenosis Prof. Kazumichi Yoshida Lecturer, Department of Neurosurgery
Kyoto University
05:20 – 05:40 pm Endoscopic Endonasal Approach Feasibility and Limitation Prof. Tadashi Watanabe Associate Chief, Department of Neurosurgery, Nagoya Daini Red Cross Hospital, Nagoya Japan
05:40 – 06:00 pm Dissecting procedure around the parotid gland in carotid endarterectomy for the
high-positioned lesion based on the layer of the cervical soft tissue
Prof. Yasutaka Imada Doctor,Department of Neurosurgery
Yamada Memorial Hospital
06:00 – 06:20 pm Surgical strategy for orbital tumors Prof.Mitsuhiro Hasegawa Professor, Department of Neurosurgery
Fujita Health University
06:20 – 06:40 pm Endovascular surgery for cerebral aneurysms Prof. W Tsuruta Director, Neuroendovascular Therapy Center,Toranomon Hospital
06:40 – 07:00 pm Posterior spinal artery infarction after embolization for vetebral artery dissection Prof. W Tsuruta Director, Neuroendovascular Therapy Center,Toranomon Hospital
07:00- 07:20 pm  A technical method of extradural anterior clinoidectomy.~Microanatomy and actual operative  procedures Prof. Kazumi Ohmori Chairman,Department of Neurosurgery/ Stroke Center
Nishinomiya Watanabe Cardiovascular Center
07:20 – 07:40 pm Surgical treatment of cerebral arteriovenous malformations-Current status Prof.Yasushi Takagi Prof. and Chair
Department of Neurosurgery
Tokushima University
07:40-08:00pm Significance of extracranial- intracranial high flow bypass with trapping for ruptured internal  carotid artery anterior wall aneurysms in the acute phase Prof. Hidehito Kimura Lecturer,
Department of Neurosurgery,Kobe University
YOUNG NEUROSURGEON’S SESSION (5th Floor of Conference Building)
Moderators Prof Kawase, Dr Boon Seng Liew
07:40-09.15 PM 4 minutes presentation + 1 minute discussion
1 Cirsoid aneurysm – My clinical experience Mohd Syahiran Mohd Sidek Malaysia
2 Carotid micro endartectomy: Our experience Abhijit G Warade India
3 A clinical case concerning an intra-orbital tumor – Cavernous hemangioma Tran Dat Vietnam
4 Surgical result of cerebral aneurysm clipping Nguyen Hoang Bac Vietnam
5 The microvascular decompression surgery in treatment of hemifacial spasm: Result of 40 cases in vietduc hospital Pham Hoang Anh Vietnam
6 Our experience in early surgery for ruptured AVMs and aneurysms. Rizq Marwan R. Haddad Qatar
7 Early presentation of post traumatic carotid-cavernous fistula Hatim Al khanjaf Egypt
8 Management of brainstem cavernoma Meshari R. Alhuthayl Soudi Arabia
9 Modality of treatment of giant paraclinoid aneurysms. Chingiz Nurimanov Kazakhstan
10 Rare case of aneurysms of aberrant branch of anterior cerebral artery Ratnika Joshi India
11 Surgical Resection of Carotid-Jugular Arteriovenous Fistula After Multiple Failed Emboli: Case report and review of the literature. Julian Han Singapore
12 A novel factor hitherto unstudied in rupture of aneurysms Harshal Agarwal India
13 Starting Comprehensive Epilepsy Surgery in Surabaya, Indonesia: 1 year experience Heri Subianto Indonesia
14 Stepping stones in neurosurgical career Hira Burhan Canada
15 Brachial plexuses injury: my initial experience Dr lavlesh rathore India
16 Endovascular neurosurgical service in Indonesia
the challenges and achievement
Gde Budi Indonesia
17 Thrombosis of sagittal venous in pregnancy case report. Ros Prasoeu Combodia
18 Cliping in ruptured aneurysm : Our institutional experience Udhaya dasan India
19 Introduction: Simulated pre-operative planning in Cerebrovascular surgery Thomas Tommy Indonesia

Wednesday, 23 rd January, 2019

08:00 – 09:00 am Preoperative discussion (5th Floor of Conference Building)
Operation starts Live surgery video session (5th Floor of Hospital Building)
Room #1: 9:00 am VA-PICA clipping 09.00 am-05.20 pm
Room #2: 11:00 am ICA paraclinoid aneurysm clipping
Room #1: 3:00 pm CEA
Endovascular Suite-
3.00pm
CAS
Endovascular Suite-
4.30 pm
CAS
              Lunch break-12.00-01.00pm (5th Floor of Hospital Building)
 YNS session (5th Floor of Hospital Building)
Moderators Prof Kawase, Dr Boon Seng Liew
01.00- 03.20 pm 4 minutes presentation + 1 minute discussion
1 Normal pressure hydrocephalus: A comparative study between VA & LP shunt  Satya bhusan senapati India
2 Interesting case- my own institutional experience Satish kannan India
3 One stage surgical treatment of DACA kissing aneurysms associated with multiple unruptered aneurysms Adi Ahmetspahic Bosnia & Herzegovina
4 The improvement of blood flow within P1 segment of the non-dominant posterior cerebral artery following clipping of the basilar tip aneurysm Boon Seng Liew Malaysia
5 Endoscopic anatomy of human ventricular system in vivo Alberto Feletti Italy
6 Stroke management: new horizons Tushit Mewada India
7 Tethered cord syndrome, its management and functional outcome analysis – Experience of 62 cases Ishu Bishnoi India
8 Our experience of EEG-based Carotid Endarterectomy Sujat Dahal Nepal
9 The combination of brain tumors and vascular pathologies: reports of 2 cases. Fumin Ilya Russia
10 Etiopathogenetic classification of the brain with severe traumatic brain injury Bahrom Baratov
11 Endoscopic third ventriculostomyfor hydrocephalus  – Etiology independent : An instituitional experience and outcome analysis Udhaya bharathi India
12 A prospective study of infectious complications in patients with severe traumatic brain injury : impact on cost and short-term outcome. Waseem Dad Khan Pakistan
13 Intramedullary Abscess Mimicking Seeding Metastasis of Glioma in A Child with History of Cerebellar Low-grade Glioma Excision: A Case Report Krisna Tsaniadi Prihastomo Indonesia
13 Completeness of Preoperative Procedure in Ward Care Neurosurgery Department of University Muhammadiyah Malang General Hospital Yoyok Subagio Indonesia
15 Comparison of two surgical techniques in management of acute SDH Badar Ujjan Pakistan
16 Characterizing the immune microenvironment in cystic glioblastoma Chen Zhihua China
17 Radiologically Occult Arteriovenous Malformation in The Thoracic Spine: A Case Report Lim Liang Hooi Malaysia
18 Correlation between cerebral ventricular dilatation in prenatal USG with incidence of congenital hydrocephalus Petra O.P. Wahjoepramono Indonesia
19 Clinical outcome and prognostic factors in patients with spinal dural AV fistula: a prospective cohort study in Xuan WU hospital He Xin China
20 Exoscopic neurosurgery:  a next generation in digital image based neurosurgery – A single center experience Xin chen China
21 Factors Predicting Need for Post-operative Ventilation after Microsurgical Clipping of Cerebral Aneurysms – A Multivariate Analysis Saad Bin Anis Pakistan
22 My first experience to resect AVM as the young neurosurgeon Muhammad Adam Pribadi Indonesia
23 The “SHI” Internal Maxillary Artery Bypass for Giant Intracranial Aneurysm Long Wang China
24 Radiological features of intracerebral  hemorhages at neurosurgery department from Pakistan Khial Jalal Pakistan
25 Presigmoid surgical approach: Case presentation and surgical tips & tricks Ahmed N. Al-Ahmari Saudi Arabia
26 Bypass surgery for complex and giant anterior circulation aneurysms: our experiences Joshan Neupane Nepal
27 Biggeners perspective of anterior circulation anerysmal clipping Batsala harshavardhan India
28 Endovascular and microsurgical treatment of cerebrovascular dIseases in condition of the «First city Hospital» Astana, Kazakhstan: report of cases Bauyrzhan Kystaubayev Kazakhstan
Key Note Lectures (5th Floor of Conference Building)
Moderater Dr Alberto Feletti, Prof Kawase 20 min
05.20pm – 05.40 pm Endovascular thrombectomy for acute ischemic stoke with combined technique using both aspirator
and stent retriver
Prof.Tomotaka Oshima Associate Professor,Neuroendovascular Therapy Center,Aichi Merical University
05.40pm -06.00 pm Microvascular anastomosis for moyamoya diseases Prof.Yasushi Takagi Prof. and Chair Department of Neurosurgery
Tokushima University
06.00pm – 06.20pm Treatment strategy for dural arteriovenous fistula Prof. Shigeru Miyachi Professor, Neuroendovascular Therapy Center,Aichi Merical University
06.20pm – 06.40pm Effectiveness of Flow Diverter for large/ giant carotid cavernous aneurysms Prof. Shigeru Miyachi Professor, Neuroendovascular Therapy Center,Aichi Merical University
07.00 pm Farewell party at Saipress Garden Hotel in Kanayama
 

 

 

Thursday, 24 th January,2019

Keynote Lecture (5th Floor of Conference Building)
Modeator Prof Kato, Dr Alberto Feletti
08:00 – 08:20 am Surgical treatment of cervical carotid artery aneurysm Prof. Dr.Katsumi Takizawa Director of Department of Neurosurgery
Asahikawa Red Cross Hospital
08:20 – 09:00 am Preoperative discussion (5th Floor of Conference Building)
Operation starts Live surgery video session (5th Floor of Hospital Building)
Room #1: 9:00 am IC paraclinoid aneurysm cipping 09.00 am- 12.45 pm & 02.20 pm-04.45 pm
Room #2: 9:00 am IC-PC aneurysm clipping
Room #2: 02:00 pm MCA aneurysm clipping
Endovascular Suite-
3.00pm
ICA paraclinoid coiling
YOUNG NEUROSURGEON’S SESSION (Lunch on session) (5th Floor of Conference Building)
Moderators Prof Kawase, Dr Satya bhusan senapati
12.45-01.40 pm 4 min+1min
1 Title: A rare case of pituitary abscess presented as pituitary tumor P Vijay Kumar India
2 The Estimated Cost of Surgically managed Traumatic Head Injury secondary to road traffic accidents” You Xinli Malaysia
3 Multiple Cerebral Facial Cavernous Hemangiomas With Bilateral Dural Arteriovenous Fistulas As A Variant of Cerebrofacial Arteriovenous Metameric Syndrome: A Case Report M. Farishal Akbar Maulana Indonesia
4  Patient-Specific Reconstruction Utilizing Computer Assisted 3D Modelling for Partial Bone Flap Low Peh Hueh Malaysia
5 Microsurgery for grade II-III spetzler-martin arteriovenous malformation with intracranial hemorrhage and encephalomalacia in a pediatric patient: A CASE REPORT Geizar A. Ramadhana Indonesia
6 Osteoplastic Decompressive Craniotomy in the Growing Skull; our limited experience Kamalanathan Palaniandy Malaysia
7  Retrospective study of solitary intracranial hydatid cyst surgical perspective Rajiv Krishna India
8 Effectiveness of vein preserving durotomy in decompressive craniectomy in severe TBI Deepak Mandwe India
9 Interest of brain mapping by direct electricalstimulation in surgery of glioma near or within elonquent area Houssem SARI Algeria
10 Common Neurosurgical cases in Myanmar Hein Htet Zaw Myanmar
11 Intracranial pressure monitoring in management of primary brain injury Htet Win Kyaw Myanmar
Keynote Lecture (5th Floor of Conference Building)
Moderator Prof Kato, Dr Alberto Feletti
01:40pm-02:00 pm Hybrid treatment for recurrence aneurysm after coil embolization Prof.Naoto Kimura Director of Department of Neurosurgery
Iwate Prefectural Central Hospital
02.00 pm-02.20 pm Prof Sano’s message for young neurosurgeons Prof. Hirotoshi Sano Vice President, Sogo Shinkawabashi Hospital
FELICITATION & CLOSING REMARKS (5th Floor of Conference Building)
04:50 – 05:30 pm Certificate Distribution
05:30 – 05:40 pm Concluding remarks: Prof. Yoko Kato
05:40 – 06:00 pm Vote of Thanks Dr. Satya bhusan senapati

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