1st ESMINT Teaching Course 2008

The 1st ESMINT Teaching Course of the European Society of Minimally Invasive Neurological Therapy took place in Lisbon, Portugal September 7-12, 2008.

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Course Organizers

Prof. Dr. med. Isabel Wanke
Prof. Dr. med. Daniel Rüfenacht


Drazenko Babic, Netherlands
Upcoming innovation in DSA imaging

Aaron Fogelson, USA
Computational modeling of Thrombosis

Alejandro Frangi, Spain
Computational methods for neurovascular diagnosis and interventional planning

Jacques G. Moret, France
Current limits of endovascular treatment modalities


Drazenko Babic, Netherlands
Hemodynamic simulations

Mauro Bergui, Italy
Treatment of ruptured intracranial aneurysms

Ansgar Berlis, Germany
Giant aneurysms

Alessandra Biondi, France
Intracranial Aneurysms: Genetics aspects, associated diseases

Edoardo Boccardi, Italy
Pathophysiology of intracranial aneurysms and risk factors

James Byrne, United Kingdom
Evidence base data in Endovascular therapy (EVT)

Saruhan Cekirge, Turkey
Elective and acute treatment: pretreatment assessment (imaging, medication, one or two stage…)

Christophe Cognard, France
Coiling strategy for wide necked a: small and large

Arnd Dörfler, Germany
New angiographic techniques for work-up and endovascular therapy of cerebral aneurysms – specific considerations for specific locations

Robert J. Dunlop, United Kingdom
@neuRisk demonstration

Jens Fiehler, Germany
Prevention and treatment of thromboembolism during endovascular aneurysm therapy

Lee Jensen, USA
Patient information and consent

Günther Erich Klein, Austria
Intracranial Stents for Aneurysm inclusive covered Stents

Alberto Marzo, United Kingdom / Pankaj K. Singh, United Kingdom
Computational haemodynamic characterization of intracranial Aneurysms with @neuFUSE

Peter Kim Nelson, USA
Treatment of intracranial saccular aneurysms using a high mesh density endoprosthesis

Laurent Pierot, France
Treatment of unruptured intracranial aneurysms

Nicolas Plowiecki, France
Basics of self-expandable stents engineering

Daniel Rüfenacht, Switzerland
From hemodynamics to vessel wall biology

Carlo Schaller, Switzerland
Where is need for a neurosurgeon?

István Szikora, Hungary
Incidence and management of vasospasm

Francis Turjman, France
Coiling strategy for small necked aneurysms: small and large

Isabel Wanke, Germany
Avoiding and management of procedural complications