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36th ESNR Annual Meeting Programme

FRIDAY 21st SEPTEMBER 2012

LOCATION

07.00-18.30

Registration & Speaker Preview Open

Strathblane Hall & Harris 1

08.00-18.30

Exhibition & Posters Open

Strathblane Hall

08.00-09.30

Refresher Course 1A: CNS Infection

Refresher Lecture 1a.1
The Changing Face of CNS Infections

Anne Osborn

Refresher Lecture 1a.2
HIV

Majda Thurnher

Refresher Lecture 1a.3
Spine Infection

Charles Romanowski

Sidlaw

08.00-09.30

Refresher Course 1B: Endovascular Therapy Aneurysm – Summation of Recent Evidence

Refresher Lecture 1b.1
Update on Evidence Base for Aneurysm Endovascular Therapy

Andrew Molyneux, Phil White & Anil Gholkar

Fintry

09.30-10.30

Opening Ceremony & Plenary Session 1

Welcome Address by the Congress President
Robin Sellar

Ceremony of the Awards of The ESNR
Overview and a Proclamation by the President of the Awards Committee

Plenary Lecture 1
Dying distally or proximally? Imaging of diabetic polyneuropathy

Dr Mirko Pham

Plenary Lecture 2
Prevalence of MRI-defined recent silent ischemia and associated bleeding risk with thrombolysis
Dr Marie Tisserand

Plenary Lecture 3
Mechanical thrombectomy in acute stroke: prospective pilot trial of the Solitaire FR™ device while under conscious sedation
Dr Sébastien Soize

Pentland Auditorium

10.30-11.00

Tea/Coffee/Exhibition/Posters

Strathblane & Cromdale Halls

11.00-13.00

Session 1A: Special Focus Session on Multiple Sclerosis
MAGNIMS MS Special Session

Lecture 1A.1
MRI Diagnostic Criteria in Multiple Sclerosis
Alex Rovira

Lecture 1A.2
Imaging of Cortical Pathology in Multiple Sclerosis

Mike Wattjes

Lecture 1A.3
MRI as a Biomarker in Multiple Sclerosis
Frederik Barkhof

Lecture 1A.4
New guidelines for the diagnosis of PML in Natalizumab treated MS patients

Tarek Yousry

Sidlaw

11.00-13.00

Session 1B: Focus on Flow Diversion

Lecture 1B.1
Flow Diverters – what evidence do we have for efficacy?
Istvan Szikora

Lecture 1B.2
Flow Diverters – what do we know about risks?
Andrew Molyneux

Lecture 1B.3
Alternatives to Intraluminal Flow Diverters
Monika Killer-Oberpfalzer

Lecture 1B.4
Surgical Alternatives Have Their Place

Richard Nelson

Lecture 1B.5
Panel Q&A with Interactive Cases

Robin Sellar

Fintry

13.00-14.00

Lunch, Exhibition and Posters Viewing

Strathblane & Cromdale Halls

13.05 - 13.55

Janssen Pharmaceutica NV Sponsored Lunchtime Symposia

Lomond Suite

14.00-15.00

Plenary Session 2: Stroke
Chair: Joanna Wardlaw

Plenary Lecture 4
Perfusion - Advances in Diagnostic Imaging Methods in Stroke
Max Wintermark

Plenary Lecture 5
Treatment of Acute Ischaemic Stroke. Systemic and Local
Rudiger von Kummer

Pentland Auditorium

15.00-16.00

Parallel Session 1A: Scientific Papers 1A.1
Stroke and Cerebrovascular Disease 1

O1A-1.1
Micro-embolic signals and plaque haemorrhage independently predict recurrence in patients with carotid artery disease
Dorothee Auer, UK

O1A-1.2

How Useful Is Routine 24 Hour CT Head Scan After Thrombolysis For Hyperacute Cerebral Infarction?
Permesh Singh Dhillon, UK

O1A-1.3
Reorganization of Sensorimotor Cortex in Ischemic Stroke during the Imitation of Walking: Functional Magnetic Resonance (fMRI) Study
Marina Krotenkova, Russia

O1A-1.4
Diffusion-weighted Imaging and MR-perfusion in Different Acute Stroke Subtypes
Alexander Suslin, Russia

O1A-1.5
Factors Associated with Negative MRI scan in Minor Stroke
Stephen Makin, UK

O1A-1.6
Influencing Factors on Increased CT Density of Intracranial Blood Vessels
Astrid Grams, Germany

Moorfoot

15.00-16.00

Parallel Session 1A: Scientific Papers 1A.2
Advanced Imaging Techniques 1

O1A-2.1
[14C]2-Deoxyglucose Autoradiography Confirms Metabolism within the Penumbra; Identified by PFC Enhanced Dynamic Lactate Metabolic MR Imaging
Celestine Santosh, UK

O1A-2.2
Timing Parameters from ASL and DSC-MRI Reveal Cerebral Perfusion Territory Boundaries
Gerard Thompson, UK

O1A-2.3
DTI-based Functional Diffusion Maps and Histogram Analysis to Evaluate Structural Changes in Cerebral Gliomas after Chemotherapy
Antonella Castellano, Italy

O1A-2.4
Cerebral Blood Volume Calculated by Dynamic Susceptibility Contrast-enhanced Perfusion MR Imaging: Preliminary Correlation Study with Genetic Profiles in Glioblastoma
Inseon Ryoo, Republic of Korea

O1A-2.5
The role of 1H-magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy (MRS) and Volumetric Analysis in the Diagnosis of Multiple System Atrophy (MSA)
Viren Kadodwala, UK

O1A-2.6
High-resolution 3D-PSIF DWI in the Diagnosis of Cholesteatomas on 3T MRI
Takao Kodama, Japan

Kilsyth

15.00-16.00

Parallel Session 1A: Scientific Papers 1A.3
Inflammatory Diseases of the Brain

O1A-3.1
Paternal Occupation in Childhood Predicts Risk of Late-life Cerebrovascular Disease
Christopher McNeil, UK

O1A-3.2
Evaluation of Metabolic, Perfusion and Microstructural Cerebral Alterations in Patients with Hepatitis C Viral Infection using MR Spectroscopy, Perfusion and Diffusion Tensor Imaging
Anna Zimny, Poland

O1A-3.3
Impaired Physical Health Mediates the Relationship between Cerebrovascular Disease in the Basal Ganglia and Posterior Fossa and Depressive Symptoms
Alison Murray, UK

O1A-3.4
Brain Magnetic Resonance In Episodic Hepatic Encephalopathy
Àlex Rovira, Spain

O1A-3.5
Multimodal Approach in Diagnosis and Monitoring of Cerebral Changes in Asymptomatic Patients with HIV Infection using MR Spectroscopy, Perfusion and Diffusion Tensor Imaging
Anna Koltowska, Poland

O1A-3.6
Metabolic Alterations and Atrophy of the Gray (GM) and White Matter (WM) in Patients with Clinically Isolated Syndrome (CIS):1H MRS and MRI Volumetric Study
Oleksyi Omelchenko, Ukraine

O1A-3.7
MRI and Clinical Follow-up in Adult-onset Autosomal Dominant Leukodystrophy (ADLD) with Autonomic Symptoms
Johannes Finnsson, Sweden

Tinto

15.00-16.00

Parallel Session 1B: Scientific Papers 1B.1
Aneurysm 1

O1B-1.1
Update on Coil Usage from HELPS RCT
Johann du Plessis, UK

O1B-1.2
Double Lumen Remodeling Balloons Ascent and Scepter. New Far Better Tools for Balloon Assisted Coiling Technique
Krzysztof Kadziolka, France

O1B-1.3
Endovascular Treatment of MCA Aneurysms: Clinical and Radiological Outcomes of a Large Series
Alex Mortimer, UK

O1B-1.4
Endovascular Treatment of Cranial Aneurysms with the Pipeline Flow Diverting Stents: Our Initial Results
Ismail Oran, Turkey

O1B-1.5
Flow Diverter Stents in the Treatment of Challenging Intracranial and Extracranial Aneurysms: Experience in an Irish Institution
Mark McCusker, Ireland

O1B-1.6
Intra-Aneurysmal Flow Disruption: Preliminary Clinical Experience of a New Approach for the Endovascular Treatment of Intracranial Aneurysms
Laurent Pierot, France

Fintry

15.00-16.00

Parallel Session 1B: Scientific Papers 1B.2
Stroke 1

O1B-2.1
Prevalence of Anterior Internal Auditory Canal "diverticulum" on CT in Patients with Otosclerosis
Christianne Hoeberigs, The Netherlands

O1B-2.2
Radiochemotherapy Induced Modification of Local Tumor Blood Supply Estimated by DCE-CT and Fractal Analysis in Head and Neck Tumors
Andrij Abramyuk, Germany

O1B-2.3
Predictive MR Imaging Features in Vestibular Schwannoma Radiosurgery
Estanislao Arana, Spain

O1B-2.4
3T in Neuroradiology, State of the Art
Raffaele Agati, Italy

O1B-2.5
Intracranial Dural Ectasias: Empty Meckel´s Cave, Empty Sella, Optic Nerve Ectasia, IAC Ectasia, Encefaloceles and Arachnoid Cysts. Are they related to dural anomalies or altered CSF dynamics?
Diana Quiñones-Tapia, Spain

Sidlaw

16.00-16.30

Tea/Coffee/Exhibition/Posters

Strathblane & Cromdale Halls

16.30-17.30

Parallel Session 2A: Scientific Papers 2A.1
Brain Tumours

O2A-1.1
Primary Central Nervous System Lymphoma: Radiologic-pathologic Correlation
A Neelakantan, UK

O2A-1.2
Bimodal Histogram Analysis of Wash-in - Emax Ratio: Dynamic contrast-enhanced Perfusion MRI Parameter in metastatic Brain Tumor after Radiosurgery
Young Jun Choi, Republic of Korea

O2A-1.3
MR Perfusion and Permeability Imagings in Differentiation of True Progression from Pseudoprogression in Patients with Malignant Gliomas
Kook-Jin Ahn, Republic of Korea

O2A-1.4
The Importance of Co-Deletions 1p36/19q13 in Tumor Imaging Diagnosis
Joana Barata Tavares, Portugal

O2A-1.5
Accuracy in Detection of Pituitary Adenoma in Cushing Disease based on Preoperative 3T MRI
Tomas Belsan, Czech Republic

O2A-1.6
Orbital Tumors: Differential Diagnosis using CT Perfusion
Irina Schcurova, Russia

Moorfoot

16.30-17.30

Parallel Session 2A: Scientific Papers 2A.2
Other Topics

O2A-2.1
Pseudotumour Cerebri (PTC): A Review of the Findings on MRI
Edel Kelliher, Ireland

O2A-2.2
Alcoholic Cerebellar Degeneration: Not all down to Alcohol?
Nigel Hoggard, UK

O2A-2.3
Perfusion CT in the Differential Diagnosis between Brain Tumors and Nonneoplastic Lesions
Davide Gadda, Italy

O2A-2.4
Differentiating Glioblastoma Multiforme and Cerebral Metastases based on Maximum 2D Axial Measurements of Tumour Core Diameter, Peri-lesional Signal Diameter and Ratio of Tumour Core Diameter to Peri-lesional Signal Diameter
Richa Sinha, UK

O2A-2.5
Role of Multi-tract Tractography in the Pre-surgical Selection and Planning of Eloquent Intra-axial Lesions
Giuseppe Kenneth Ricciardi, Italy

O2A-2.6
Usefulness of 11C-methionin-PET in Noninvasiv Grading of Brain Tumors
Bernadett Szucs, Hungary

Kilsyth

16.30-17.30

Parallel Session 2B: Scientific Papers 2B.1
Aneurysm 2

O2B-1.1 & O2B-1.2 (Shared Presentation)
Update on the Pragmatic Ischaemic Stroke Thrombectomy Evaluation: PISTE Trial
Philip White, UK

THRACE: Randomized Trial and Cost Effectiveness Evaluation on Intra-arterial Thrombectomy in Acute Ischemic Stroke
Serge Bracard, France

O2B-1.3
Mechanical Thrombectomy in Acute Stroke: Evaluation of the Solitaire FRTM Device while under Conscious Sedation
Sébastien Soize, France

O2B-1.4
Stroke Endovascular Intervention at King's
Marius Poitelea, UK

O2B-1.5
TBC

O2B-1.6
Intra-arterial Intervention for Acute Ischaemic Stroke: The Irish Experience Following Introduction of a 24/7 Thrombectomy Service
Sarah Power, Ireland

O2B-1.7
Endovascular Treatment of Carotid Stenosis : 103 Procedures
Daehyun Hwang, Republic of Korea

Sidlaw

16.30-17.30

Parallel Session 2B: Scientific Papers 2B.2
Spine & Miscellaneous

O2B-2.1
Spinal Ependymomas - Radiological/Pathological correlation of recurrence rate and clinical outcome post resection
Alison Corr, Ireland

O2B-2.2
Comparison Between Radiofrequency Targeted Vertebral Augmentation, Balloon Kyphoplasty and Vertebroplasty using high Viscosity Cement in Treatment of Vertebral Compression Fractures
Bassem Georgy, USA

O2B-2.3
Evaluation of Dual Energy Myelography CT after Lumbar Osteosynthesis
Astrid Grams, Germany

O2B-2.4
MR Imaging in Adult Spinal Cord Injury without Radiographic Abnormalities
Laura Frascheri, Spain

O2B-2.5
Computer-Assisted Diagnosis of Degenerative Lumbar Spine MR Imaging
Estanislao Arana, Spain

O2B-2.6
Vertebral Augmentation with Targeted Cement Deposition after Channels Creation using a Nitinol Wire, the "Blazer" System
Bassem Georgy, USA

Fintry

17.30-19.00

BSNR AGM Meeting

20.00-23.00

BSNR Members Dinner

Surgeons Hall

SATURDAY 22nd SEPTEMBER 2012

LOCATION

07.00-18.30

Registration & Speaker Preview Open

Strathblane Hall & Harris 1

08.00-18.30

Exhibition & Posters Open

Cromdale & Strathblane Halls

08.00-09.30

Refresher Course 2A – Paediatric Neuroradiology

Refresher Lecture 2a.1
Foetal Imaging
Paul Griffiths

Refresher Lecture 2a.2
Paediatric Stroke
Kling Chong

Refresher Lecture 2a.3
Multimodal Advanced Neuroimaging of Paediatric Brain Tumours
Andrea Rossi

Moorfoot

08.00-09.30

Refresher Course 2B: How to Tackle Unusual Aneurysms

Refresher Lecture 2b.1
Giant Aneurysms
Georges Rodesch

Refresher Lecture 2b.2
Dissecting Aneurysms
Isil Saatci

Refresher Lecture 2b.3
Mycotic Aneurysms
Rene Chapot

Kilsyth

09.30-10.00

State of the Art Session 1A

State of the Art Lecture 1a
Imaging the Cranial Nerves
Jan Casselman

Sidlaw

09.30-10.00

State of the Art Session 1B

State of the Art Lecture 1b
Can Computational Flow Dynamics Deliver Real Benefits to the Interventionist?
Daniel Rüfenacht

Fintry

10.00-10.30

Tea/Coffee/Exhibition/Posters

Strathblane & Cromdale Halls

10.30-11.00

State of the Art Session 2A

State of the Art Lecture 2A
Small Vessel Disease
Joanna Wardlaw

Sidlaw

10.30-11.00

State of the Art Session 2B

State of the Art Lecture 2B
Developing Stroke Intervention as the Primary Therapeutic Modality for Ischaemic Stroke
Jan Gralla

Fintry

11.00-12.30

Parallel Session 3A: Scientific Papers 3A.1
Paediatric Neuroimaging

O3A-1.1
Diffusion Tensor Imaging and Tractography in Joubert Syndrome: Unraveling Brain Stem Fibre Tracts
Sandeep Bhuta, Australia

O3A-1.2
Perfusion Parameters of Pilocytic Astrocytomas: Additional Oddities of these Tumors
Matia Martucci, Italy

O3A-1.3
Persisting Cerebellar Efferent Pathway Degradation Following Postoperative Cerebellar Mutism
Rob Dineen, UK

O3A-1.4
Ready to be Born: Fetal Neural Networks just before Birth
Renzo Manara, Italy

O3A-1.5
Venous Embryogenesis using 3D and Angiographic Rendering at the Early Post-embryonic Stages in Human
Marc Braun, France

O3A-1.6
Characteristic Brain MRI Findings in Children with EAST Syndrome and Confirmed Potassium Channel KCNJ10 Recessive Mutations
Roxana Gunny, UK

O3A-1.7
Clippers: 3.0t MR Investigation and Role of Susceptibility Weighted Images
Mario Sabato, Italy

O3A-1.8
Usefulness of Ictal Electroencephalography-Functional MRI in Localization of Epileptogenic Area in Patients with Refractory Neocortical Focal Epilepsy
Nuria Bargalló, Spain

O3A-1.9
The use of Diffusion Tensor Tractography to Analyse Changes in Large-Scale Brain Networks in Temporal Lobe Epilepsy
Julie Chandra, UK

Moorfoot

11.00-12.30

Parallel Session 3A: Scientific Papers 3A.2
Stroke and Cerebrovascular Disease 2

O3A-2.1
CT Angiography in Acute Ischaemic Stroke: Looking beyond the thrombus to optimise patient outcome
Jan Cunningham, Ireland

O3A-2.2
DSA-based, Dynamic 2D Whole Brain Perfusion Evaluation in Steno-occlusive Cerebrovascular Disease
Zsolt Kulcsar, Switzerland

O3A-2.3
Quantification of CT Perfusion Parameters and Penumbra based on ASPECTS
Ayelet Eran, Israel

O3A-2.4
Computed Tomographic Angiography and Venography for Patients with Spontaneous Acute Intracerebral Haemorrhage: Report of a clinical series and meta-analysis.
George Kwok Chu Wong, Hong Kong

O3A-2.5
Comparison of Common Carotid, Internal Carotid and Vertebral Arterial Compliance in Young Healthy Controls and Elderly Subjects Measured with 3D Time of Flight MRA
Robert Bert, USA

O3A-2.6
CT Brain Perfusion Patterns in Acute Stroke with Atherosclerosis of Extracranial Blood Vessels
Maija Radzina, Latvia

O3A-2.7
Haemorrhagic Transformation in Different Ischemic Stroke Pathogenetic Subtypes: MRI Investigation
Marina Krotenkova, Russia

O3A-2.8
Diffusion-Weighted Imaging in TIA Patients
Joanna Wardlaw, UK

O3A-2.9
DWI/PWI- Combined Determinant of Endovascular Reperfusion Therapy in Acute Stroke Patients within 4.5 Hours of Onset due to the Carotid Artery Occlusion
Takahisa Mori, Japan

Kilsyth

11.00-12.30

Parallel Session 3B: Scientific Papers 3B.1
Stroke 2

O3B-1.1
MRI Patterns in Natalizumab-Associated Progressive Multifocal Leukoencephalopathy (PML) in MS Patients: Updated Recommendations
Tarek A. Yousry, UK

O3B-1.2
Cognitive Deficits in Early Multiple Sclerosis Correlate with Inflammatory Hemodynamic Changes
Efrosini Papadaki, Greece

O3B-1.3
Baseline Brain Inflammation and its Relationship with Grey, White and Brain Volume Changes during the First Year of Natalizumab Therapy in Relapsing-remitting Multiple Sclerosis Patients
Alex Rovira, Spain

O3B-1.4
Brain Medullary Veins Visibility with Susceptibility-Weighted MR Imaging in Clinically Isolated Syndromes and Relapsing Remitting Multiple Sclerosis
Àlex Rovira, Spain

O3B-1.5
Grey Matter in Multiple Sclerosis Shows 'Normal Aging'
Jean Lee, UK

O3B-1.6
Cortical-juxtacortical Lesions in Clinically Isolated Syndromes: Distribution, and Diagnostic Value
Cristina Auger, Spain

O3B-1.7
Usefulness of Apparent Diffusion Coefficient Measurements within Normal Appearing White and Grey Matter in the Differential Diagnosis of Patients with Multiple Sclerosis and Cerebral Small Vessel Disease
Joanna Bladowska, Poland

O3B-1.8
Brain Involvement in Alström Syndrome
Valentina Citton, Italy

O3B-1.9
Is the Airway Collapsibility on Sleep Cine MRI related to Small Vessel Disease on Brain MRI in Obstructive Sleep Apnea?
Hyobin Seo, Republic of Korea

Sidlaw

11.00-12.30

Parallel Session 3B: Scientific Papers 3B.2
Vascular Malformations

O3B-2.1
Carotid-Cavernous Fistula- The Oxford Experience
Neil Rane, UK

O3B-2.2
Interest of Using a Spherical Convex Anamorphosis for a Better Understanding of the Angio-Architecture of Brain AVMs
Frédéric Clarençon, France

O3B-2.3
Elaboration of a Semi-Automated Algorithm for Brain Arteriovenous Malformations Segmentation: Initial Results
Frédéric Clarençon, France

O3B-2.4
Nature Course and Morphological Change of Flow-related Aneurysm in Brain Arteriovenous Malformation after Radiosurgery
Chao-Bao Luo, Taiwan

O3B-2.5
Endovascular Treatment of Cerebral Venous Sinus Thrombosis in Children: A Case Series
Alex Mortimer, UK

O3B-2.6
Combined Treatment of Brain Arteriovenous Malformations using Onyx Embolization followed by Radiosurgery
Laurent Pierot, France

O3B-2.7
MR Imaging Features of Amyloid-Related Imaging Abnormalities (ARIA) in Patients Treated with Bapineuzumab
Jerome Barakos, USA

O3B-2.8
An MRI Rating Scale for Amyloid-Related Imaging Abnormalities (ARIA)
Frederik Barkhof, The Netherlands

O3B-2.9
The Untreated Course of Cerebral Cavernous Malformations: Results from the First Prospective, Population-based Cohort Study
JM Hall, UK

Fintry

11.00

Exhibitors Meeting

12.30-13.00

ESNR General Assembly

Pentland Auditorium

13.00-14.00

Lunch, Exhibition and Posters Viewing

Strathblane & Cromdale Halls

13.05 - 13.55

Bracco Sponsored Lunchtime Symposia (Diagnostic Stream)

Lomond Suite

13.05 - 13.55

Covidien Sponsored Lunchtime Symposia (Interventional Stream)

Ochil Suite

14.00-14.30

State of the Art Session 3A

State of the Art Lecture 3a
Imaging the Temporal Bone
Jan Casselman

Sidlaw

14.00-14.30

State of the Art Session 3B

State of the Art Lecture 3b
Device Regulation in the EU: Where are we headed?
Speaker TBC

Fintry

14.30-16.00

Parallel Session 4A: Scientific Papers 4A.1
Stroke and Cerebrovascular Disease 1

O4A-1.1
Associations between White Matter Hyperintensities on Cerebral Magnetic Resonance (MR) Images, Markers of Atherosclerosis, and Cognitive Function. The Tromsø Dementia Study
Marit Herder, Norway

O4A-1.2
Peculiarities of the Brain Metabolism in patients with Parkinson's Disease (PD) and Different Level of Cognitive Impairment (CI): in vivo 1H MRS study
Zinayida Rozhkova, Ukraine

O4A-1.3
Comparison of White Matter Abnormality in Parkinson Disease with and without Dementia: Evaluation with Diffusion Tensor Imaging and Tract-based Spatial Statistics Study
Sang Joon Kim, Republic of Korea

O4A-1.4
The Role of Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Computed Tomography of the Brain in First Episode of PsychosisThe Role of Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Computed Tomography of the Brain in First Episode of Psychosis
Dan Connolly, UK

O4A-1.5
Neuropsychological Evaluation and Conventional Brain MR Imaging - Avoiding Age Related Cognitive Decline
Sofia Reimão, Portugal

O4A-1.6
MRI of Brain Hematoma : What does the "spot sign" mean ?
Stéphanie Condette-Auliac, France

O4A-1.7
Diffusion MRI and Plaque Haemorrhage Independently Predict Recurrent Events in Patients with Carotid Artery Disease
Dorothee Auer, UK

O4A-1.8
Vertebrobasilar Insufficiency Syndrome Treated with Extracranial Stenting
Ian Rennie, UK

O4A-1.9
Morphological, Distributional, Volumetric and Intensity Characterisation of Periventricular White Matter Hyperintensities
Maria Valdes Hernandez, UK

Moorfoot

14.30-16.00

Parallel Session 4A: Scientific Papers 4A.2
Advanced imaging techniques 2

O4A-2.1
GP Rapid Access to CT Brain Imaging: Does it increase patient or doctor anxiety?
Husnain Ali, UK

O4A-2.2
CTA in Suspected Acute Cerebral Ischaemia - Who are we canning?
Paul Smith, UK

O4A-2.3
Dynamic 4D MR Angiography Versus Time of Flight MR Angiography in the Evaluation of Cerebral Vascular Lesions
Hung-Chieh Chen, Taiwan

O4A-2.4
A Second Opinion by a Neuroradiologist - Does it change anything?
Elizabeth Ryan, Ireland

O4A-2.5
Diffusion Tensor MRI Measures of the Substantia Nigra as Biomarkers in Parkinson's Disease
Stefan T Schwarz, UK

O4A-2.6
Acute Alcohol Ingestion Significantly Affects Resting State Networks and Induces Cerebellar Chemical Changes on MR Spectroscopy
Stuart Currie, UK

O4A-2.7
Intracranial Arterial Tortuosity and Ectasia in Acromegaly: An MRA Quantitative Study
Joseph Gabrieli, Italy

O4A-2.8
Prospective Comparison of Late 3T Magnetic Resonance Imaging with Conventional Angiography in Evaluating the Patency of Cerebral AVMs Treated with Stereotactic Radiosurgery
Nader Khandanpour, UK

O4A-2.9
MRI-Criteria of Brain Abscess Development in Septic Patients
Aram Tonoyan, Russia

Kilsyth

14.30-16.00

Parallel Session 4B: Scientific Papers 4B.1
Aneurysm 3

O4B-1.1
Blood Blister Aneurysms - Should we leave them Alone??!
Priya Bhatnagar, UK

O4B-1.2
Follow-up Imaging of Spontaneous Subarachnoid Haemorrhage in Patients with Negative Initial CTA and Catheter Angiography: A Review of 109 Cases
Anoma Lalani Dias, UK

O4B-1.3
A Protection Technique using Looping of the Microcatheter Tip during Coil Embolization of Middle Cerebral Artery Aneurysms Located at the Entry of Acutely Angulated Branches
Young Dae Cho, Republic of Korea

O4B-1.4
Careful Coiling of Wide Neck, Ruptured and Unruptured Intracranial Aneurysms without Supporting Devices - A Single Center Experience
Svetlana Milosevic Medenica, Serbia

O4B-1.5
Long Term Follow-up Study of Aneurysm Recurrence and In-stent Stenosis Rates after Neuroform-stent Assited Treatment of Cerebral Aneurysms
Zsolt Kulcsar, Switzerland

O4B-1.6
Detection of True Aneurysm using High Resolution Time-of-flight Magnetic Resonance Angiograph (HR-MRA) at 3.0 Tesla: Correlation with Standard Digital Subtraction Angiography (DSA)
Chul-ho Sohn, Republic of Korea

O4B-1.7
Flat-detector DSA for Peri-therapeutic Quantitative Hemodynamic Measurement in Carotid Aterial Occlusive Disease
Wan-Yuo Guo, Taiwan

O4B-1.8
Endovascular Management of Patients with Head-and-Neck Cancers and Associated Carotid Blowout Syndrome from the External Carotid Artery: Factors Influencing the Outcome
Feng-Chi Chang, Taiwan

O4B-1.9
Carotid Artery Stenting: the Irish Experience
Joanna Pearly-Ti, UK

Sidlaw

14.30-16.00

Parallel Session 4B: Scientific Papers 4B.2
Paediatric & Miscellaneous

O4B-2.1
Early White Matter Changes can Predict Late Neurodevelopmental Outcome in Neonates Suffering from Hypoxic Ischemic Encephalopathy: A Tract-based Spatial Statistics study
Lajos Rudolf Kozák, Hungary

O4B-2.2
Role of Diffusion-Weighted Imaging in the Follow-up of Children Treated for Medulloblastoma
Luc van den Hauwe, Belgium

O4B-2.3
Evaluation of a Decision Support System Integrating Multiparametric MRI Data To The Radiological Phenotyping of Paediatric Posterior Fossa Tumours
Stavros Stivaros, UK

O4B-2.4
Pineal Germ Cell Tumors, Pre-operative Diagnosis by Clinical and Image Findings
Yueh-hsun Lu, Taiwan

O4B-2.5
A Novel, Clinically Distinctive Cerebrovascular Phenotype is Associated with Mutations in ACTA2
Dawn Saunders, UK

O4B-2.6
‘To Be or Not To Be?' The relationship between the Clinicopathological diagnosis and Neuroimaging in the Identification of Focal Cortical Dysplasia Type IIB
Roxana Gunny, UK

O4B-2.7
Combining MR Diffusion Measures to Discriminate Paediatric Brain Tumours
Amir Awwad, UK

O4B-2.8
Comparing DCE-T1 and DSC-T2* MR Perfusion in Differentiating High from Low Grade Paediatric Brain Tumours
Dorothee Auer, UK

O4B-2.9
Quantitative Approach for Classification of the Malignancy Grade of the Brain Tumors in Children: DWI, DTI, and in-vivo 1H MRS Study
Alex Dukhosky, Ukraine

Fintry

16.00-16.30

Tea/coffee break

Strathblane & Cromdale Halls

16.30-17.00

QUIZ - Brain

Pentland Auditorium

17.00-17.30

QUIZ - Head and Neck

Pentland Auditorium

19.30- 0.00

ESNR Gala Dinner

Assembly Rooms

SUNDAY 23rd SEPTEMBER 2012

LOCATION

07.00-12.30

Registration & Speaker Preview Open

Strathblane Hall & Harris 1

08.00-09.30

Refresher Course 3A: Degenerative Diseases of the Brain

Refresher Lecture 3a.1
Imaging in Parkinson's Disease
Dorothee Auer

Refresher Lecture 3a.2
Microbleeds and Clinical Significance

Hans Rolf Jaeger

Refresher Lecture 3a.3
Imaging in Prion Diseases

David Summers & Robert Will

Sidlaw

08.00-09.30

Refresher Course 3B - Spinal Intervention

Refresher Lecture 3b.1
Vertebroplasty – Where are We Now?
Deborah Annesley-Williams

Refresher Lecture 3b.2
What is the Role for Kyphoplasty and Other Advanced Spinal Augmentation Techniques

Mario Muto

Refresher Lecture 3b.3
Values of Imaging Prior to Spine Intervention

Pia Sundgren

Refresher Lecture 3b.4
New Opportunities for Treating Low Back Pain

Giuseppe Bonaldi

Fintry

09.30-10.00

Plenary Session 3

Plenary Lecture 6
White Dots and Black Spots in the Brain
Anne Osborn

Pentland Auditorium

10.00-10.30

Tea/Coffee/Exhibition/Posters

Strathblane & Cromdale Halls

10.30-13.00

Session 2A

Neuroimaging Biomarkers of Pre-Dementia Alzheimer's Disease: Organised by the Committee of the European Association of Nuclear Medicine (EANM)
Chair: Flavio Nobili

Presentation of the Symposium
Flavio Nobili

New Frontiers in Morphological and Functional MRI
Wiesje Van der Flier

FDG PET as a Biomarker for Diagnosos, Prognosis and Outcome in AD
Karl Herholz

Amyloid-PET: An Upcoming Revolution in Diagnosis of Dementia?
Koen Van Laere

FDG-PET Versus Amyloid-PET: Antagonists or Allies?
Alexander Drzezga

Pentland Auditorium

13.00

Closing Lecture & Ceremony

Presentation from ESNR Annual Meeting 2013

Prizes

Thank you

Robin Sellar

Pentland Auditorium

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36th ESNR Annual Meeting

Edinburgh, Scotland

September 19 - 23, 2012

XXXVI ESNR Annual Meeting, 20th Advanced Course in Diagnostic Neuroradiology,  4th Advanced Course in Interventional Neuroradiology