ISPN 2016 – 25 OCTOBER, 2016

ISPN2016-44th Annual Meeting of the International Society for Pediatric Neurosurgery (ISPN).

October 23 — October 27

Kobe, Japan

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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.
Renu Saini (INDIA)

FL-041 Decompressive craniectomy for severe traumatic brain injury in children.
Kenichi Usami (FRANCE)


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.
Mthandeni Nkosinathi Mnguni (SOUTH AFRICA)

FL-061 Long-term follow up of 136 patients with myelomeningocele, predictors of good prognosis, post natal surgery.
Nelci Zanon (BRAZIL)


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.
Tristan Van Doormaal (THE NETHERLANDS)

FL-046 Multimodality Management of Pediatric Intracranial Arteriovenous Malformations (AVM).
Yasser Ismail Orz (SAUDI ARABIA)


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.
Sebastian Eibach (GERMANY/USA)

FL-066 Limited Dorsal Myeloschisis: our experience at Hopital Femme Mere Enfant of Lyon.
Federico Di Rocco (FRANCE)


09:30 -09:50
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.
Young Soo Park (JAPAN)

FL-051 Intracranial arteriovenous malformations treated with Gamma Knife radiosurgery in children.
Ismail Demir (KOREA)


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.
Erwin M.J. Cornips (THE NETHERLANDS)

FL-071 Proatlas Segmentation Anomalies.
Natarajan Muthukumar (INDIA)


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.
Ai Muroi (JAPAN)


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.
Yasuhiko Hayashi (JAPAN)


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)
Raimondi Award
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

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