ISPN2016-44th Annual Meeting of the International Society for Pediatric Neurosurgery (ISPN).
October 23 — October 27
|Hours||Hall A||Hall B|
|08:00 – 08:50||Platform presentations 6: Education | Trauma and Cerebrovascular
Chair : Michiyasu Suzuki, Saffet Mutluer, Llewellyn Padayachy
PF-035 Clinical decision rule to obtain CT scan for infants with minor head injury – Comparison with PECARN and application of quantification methods type II.
Tadashi Miyagawa (JAPAN)
PF-036 Resource Utilization in the Transfer of Pediatric Patients with Head Injuries.
Albert Gregory (USA)
PF-037 Therapeutic strategy for severe traumatic brain injury in children and indication of decompressive craniectomy –a single center experience
Takashi Araki (JAPAN)
PF-038 Pediatric spinal vascular malformation, considers of classification, diagnosis and treatment.
Gao Zeng (CHINA)
PF-039 Posterior cerebral artery stenosis and posterior revascularization surgery in pediatric patients with moyamoya disease.
Tomomi Kimiwada (JAPAN)
PF-040 Pediatric brain cavernous malformations and rebleeding: infratentorial vs. supratentorial clinical presentation and surgical treatment.
Miroslav Gjurašin (CROATIA)
|08:50 – 10:15||Flash Session 4: Trauma and Cerebrovascular
Chair: Young-Soo Park, Young-Shin Ra, Jie Ma
|Flash Session 5: Spine
Chair: Kazuaki Shimoji, Dachling Pang, Samer Elbabaa
|08:50 – 09:10
FL-037 Intracranial Hemorrhage in Newborns (Excluding Intraventricular Hemorrhage in Premature Infants)
Ayumi Nakata (JAPAN) FL-038 Correlation between retinal hemorrhages and acute subdural hematomas of infants.
Ishizaki Ryuji (JAPAN) FL-039 Outcome Comparison Between Surgically Treated Chronic Subdural Hematoma And Subdural Effusion In Infants.
Liew Boon Seng (MALAYSIA)
FL-040 Burden of Paediatric Traumatic Brain Injuries: Single Centre Experience over 3 years.
FL-041 Decompressive craniectomy for severe traumatic brain injury in children.
|08:50 – 09:10
FL-057 Current trends and issues of the initial treatment for myelomeningocele in Japan −Analysis using the clinical data from Disease Procedure Combination system.
Mayu Takahashi (JAPAN) FL-058 Surgical management of Myelomeningoceles series of 102 cases.
Loubna Rifi (MOROCCO)FL-059 Myelomeningocele – contemporary postnatal treatment and related outcome perspectives.
Martina Messing Juenger (GERMANY)
FL-060 Management of myelomeningocele in the province of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
FL-061 Long-term follow up of 136 patients with myelomeningocele, predictors of good prognosis, post natal surgery.
|09:10 – 09:30
FL-042 Referral pattern and outcome in pediatric cervical spine trauma in a UK Pediatric Major Trauma Centre: a 2 year prospective case series study.
Vita Stagno (UK) FL-043 Fractures of the skull base in children.
Mikle Talabaev (BELARUS) FL-044 Neurotrauma Care Depends on An Effective Team Attributes: Evidence from a Discrete Choice Experiment.
Ash Singhal (CANADA)
FK-045 Outcome of AVM treatment in children.
FL-046 Multimodality Management of Pediatric Intracranial Arteriovenous Malformations (AVM).
|09:10 – 09:30
FL-062 Comparative Evaluation of Somatosensory Evoked Potentials in Children with Occult Spinal Dysraphism and Myelomeningocele under Follow-up for Tethered Spinal Cord.
Hüseyin Canaz (TURKEY)FL-063 Towards a pathophysiological understanding of Lipomyelomeningocele: Clues from histological and molecular analysis of an institutional case series of symptomatic Lipomyelomeningocele.
Gesa Cohrs (GERMANY) FL-064 Recognition of Limited Dorsal Myeloschisis and Proper Management Yield Excellent Surgical Outcomes: Early Experience.
Inthira Khampalikit (THAILAND)
FL-065 Limited Dorsal Myeloschisis’ Association with Dermoid Elements and its Surgical Implication.
FL-066 Limited Dorsal Myeloschisis: our experience at Hopital Femme Mere Enfant of Lyon.
FL-047 Pediatric Intracranial Aneurysms: Characteristics, Presentation, Management and Outcome.
Yasser Ismail Orz (SAUDI ARABIA)FL-048 Ruptured intracranial aneurysms in children: management and outcome.
Matthieu Vinchon (FRANCE) FL-049 Paediatric intracranial aneurysms: Transition of a unit into endovascular management.
Andile Lungani Mbatha (SOUTH AFRICA)
FL-050 Direct surgical treatment of pediatric intracranial pial arteriovenous fistula.
FL-051 Intracranial arteriovenous malformations treated with Gamma Knife radiosurgery in children.
|09:30 – 09:50
FL-067 Investigation in our cases of congenital dermal sinus with the combination of morphological and pathological features.
Yuzuru Tashiro (JAPAN)FL-068 Minimally invasive surgical approach to filum lipoma.
Toshiaki Hayashi (JAPAN)FL-069 The Spectrum of Caudal Agenesis and Associated Malformations.
José Francisco M Salomão (BRAZIL)
FL-070 The spectrum of childhood angular kyphosis: a multidisciplinary approach.
FL-071 Proatlas Segmentation Anomalies.
FL-052 Clinical manifestations of infantile moyamoya disease – A comparison with schoolage and pubertal moyamoya disease.
Seiichiro Eguchi (JAPAN)FL-054 Is temporal indirect revascularization enough for pediatric patients with moyamoya disease.
Meng-Fai Kuo (TAIWAN)FL-055 Utility of Time-Resolved Imaging of Contrast Kinetics (TRICKS) MRI in Evaluating Pediatric Direct and Indirect Bypass Surgery for Moyamoya Syndrome.
Abilash Haridas (USA)
FL-056 Evaluation of cerebral blood flow after indirect revascularization in pediatric patients of moyamoya disease using multiphase selective arterial spin labeling MRI.
|09:50 – 10:15
FL-072 Posterior fossa decompression in pediatric Chiari-1 malformation: choosing the best technique.
Anton E. Korshunov (RUSSIA)FL-073 Soboccipital Decompression with Duraplasty for Chiari Malformation – experience with 106 consecutive pediatric patients.
Jeffrey H. Wisoff (USA)FL-074 Re-evaluation about the Indication of Foramen Magnum Decompression for Achondroplasia based on the Consensus Guidelines.
Mihoko Kato (JAPAN)
FL-075 Hypertrophy of the soft tissue at the retro-odontoid space in patients with Chiari malformation type I.
|10:15 – 11:00||COFFEE BREAK | Poster session II|
|11:00 – 12:05||Plenary Session 5: Invited speakers
Chair: Akira Matsumura, Chandrashekar Deopujari, Jack Walker
Enchanting Kobe – A stylish port city,
Eiko Kawagoe (JAPAN)
“So, what do you want to learn?” An educationalist perspective on teaching and learning in the operating theatre
Debra Nestel (AUSTRALIA)
The eye as a window to the brain,
Llewellyn Padayachy (SOUTH AFRICA)
|12:05 – 12:50||Presidential Oration
Chair: Chandrashekar Deopujari, Jack Walker
|The Dawn of Neurosurgery in Pre-Conquest Mesoamerican Territories
Graciela Zuccaro (ARGENTINA)
Introduced by Sergio Velenzuela