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  • Morning Lecture
  • Plenary Session
  • Parallel Session
  • Industry Symposium

Morning Lecture

  • ML01 Brain Vascular Anatomy; What should we know? Insup Choi Mediplex Sejong Hospital, Incheon Korea CV
  • ML02 Case Based Review of Endovascular Coiling for Intracranial Aneurysms Moon Hee Han VHS Medical Center Korea CV
  • ML03 Case Based Review of Endovascular Therapy for Neurovascular Shunt Diseases Seung Kug Baik Pusan National University Yangsan Hospital Korea CV

Plenary Session 1: Stroke-1 Update on Enodvascular thrombectomy for ELVO part 1

  • PS01-1 Advances in Neuroimaging for Selection of Patients for Late Window Thrombectomy Gregory W. AlbersStanford UniversityUSA CV
  • PS01-2 Recanalization Science: What did We Learn from Recent Studies? Jens Fiehler University Medical Center CV
  • PS01-3 Real World Evidence: Lessons from Thrombectomy Registries Osama O. Zaidat Mercy Health USA CV
  • PS01-4 Clot Removal: Stent Retrieval or Aspiration or Combination? Blaise Baxter Lehigh Valley Medical Center USA CV

Plenary Session 2 : Stroke-2 ELVO due to intracranial atherosclerotic stenosis

  • PS02-1 Imaging and Clinical Characteristics of ELVO due to ICAS Jang-Hyun Baek Kangbuk Samsung Hospital, Sungkyunkwan University School of Medicine Korea CV
  • PS02-2 Thrombectomy in atherosclerotic vessels Seon-Kyu Lee Albert Einstein College of Medicine Montefiore Medical Center USA CV
  • PS02-3 Rescue Treatment after Failure of First-line Thrombectomy in ICAS-ELVO Byung Moon Kim Yonsei University Severance Hospital Korea CV

Plenary Session 3: Stroke-3 Update on Enodvascular thrombectomy for ELVO part 2

  • PS03-1 Endovascular Thrombectomy for Posterior Circulation Large Vessel Occclusion Tudor G. Jovin Cooper University Health Care USA CV
  • PS03-2 Tandem Extra- & Intracranial Occlusions: Endovascular Options Shinichi Yoshimura Hyogo College of Medicine Japan CV
  • PS03-3 Thrombectomy in Patients with Large Infarcts Jens Fiehler University Medical Center CV
  • PS03-4 Characteristics of Retrieved Clots by Thrombectomy Ji Hoe Heo Yonsei University College of Medicine CV

Plenary Session 4: Stroke-4 Future perspectives of thrombectomy

  • PS04-1 Evolution of Prehospital Care System in Acute Stroke: Telestroke, Mobile Stroke Unit, and Others Adam S. Arthur The University of Tennessee Health Science Center USA CV
  • PS04-2 Clinical Applications of Artificial Intelligence in Acute Stroke Imaging Gregory W. Albers Stanford University USA CV
  • PS04-3 Issues of stroke treatment and training in Asia Jeyaledchumy Mahadevan Pantai Hospital Kuala Lumpur Malaysia CV

Plenary Session 5: Aneurysm-1 Endovascular treatment of bifurcation aneurysms

  • PS05-1 Stent-assisted Coiling Akira Ishii Kyoto University Japan CV
  • PS05-2 Flow Diversion Therapy Adam S. Arthur University of Tennessee Health Science Center USA CV
  • PS05-3 Intrasaccular Flow-disruption Markus A. Möhlenbruch University Hospital Heidelberg Germany CV

Plenary Session 6: Aneurysm-2 Endovascular therapy: specific issues

  • PS06-1 Intracranial Large and Giant Aneurysms: Pathophysiology and Endovascular Treatment Hyun Seung Kang Seoul National University Hospital Korea CV
  • PS06-2 Results of Endovascular Treatment in Vertebrobasilar Dolichoectasia Hong-Qi ZHANG Xuanwu Hospital China CV
  • PS06-3 Endovascular Treatment of Ruptured Dissecting and Blister-like Aneurysms Byung Moon Kim Yonsei University Severance Hospital Korea CV

Plenary Session 7: Aneurysm-3 Update on flow diversion therapy

  • PS07-1 Current Review of Antiplatelet Therapy in Patients Undergoing Endovascular Therapy Hyun Seung Kang Seoul National University Hospital Korea CV
  • PS07-2 Off-label Uses of Flow Diverter for Treating Intracranial Aneurysm René Chapot Alfried Krupp Krankenhaus Germany CV
  • PS07-3 Complications of Flow Diversion Therapy Laurent Spelle Bicêtre Hospital, Paris Saclay University France CV

Plenary Session 8: Aneurysm-4 Update on endovascular coiling

  • PS08-1 Current Review of Outcomes of Unruptured Aneurysm Treatment George Kwok Chu Wong The Chinese University of Hong Kong Hong Kong CV
  • PS08-2 Current Review of Stent-assisted Coiling of Intracranial Aneurysms Pengfei Yang Changhai hospital, Naval Medical University, China CV
  • PS08-3 New Devices for Endovascular Treatment of Intracranial Aneurysms René Chapot Alfried Krupp Krankenhaus Germany CV
  • PS08-4 Imaging Follow-up of Previously Coiled Aneurysm: When and How? Bum-soo Kim The Catholic University of Korea, Seoul ST. Mary’s Hospital Korea CV

Plenary Session 9: Update on brain AVM management

  • PS09-1 Recent Technical Advances in Endovascular Therapy for AVM Laurent Spelle Bicêtre Hospital, Paris Saclay University France CV
  • PS09-2 Long Term Results of Focused Radiation Treatment of Brain AVM Michael Söderman Karolinska University Hospital Sweden CV
  • PS09-3 Management of Vein of Galen Malformation Alejandro Berenstein Mount Sinai Health Systeml USA CV
  • PS09-4 What is Wrong with Glue? A Review of Glue Embolization in Neurointervention Allan Taylor University of Cape Town South Africa CV

Plenary Session 10: Update on endovascular therapy for vascular malformations and fistulas

  • P10-1 Recent Update on Pathophysiology and Management of Dural AVF Shigeru Miyachi Aichi Medical University Japan CV
  • P10-2 Transvenous Embolization of Intracranial Dual Arteriovenous Fistulae Hon-Man Liu Fu Jen Catholic University Hospital Taiwan CV
  • P10-3 Balloon-assisted Onyx Embolization of Cranial Dural AVF Chao-Bao Luo Taipei Veterans General Hospital and National Defense Medical Center Taiwan CV

Parallel Session 1: AAFITN Stroke Challenge

  • PA01-1 EVT for Acute Stroke of Pakistan's Circumstance Umair Rashid Kulsum International Hospital Pakistan CV
  • PA01-2 EVT for Acute Stroke of Each Countries Circumstance TBD CV
  • PA01-3 EVT for Acute Stroke of Malaysia's Circumstance Jeyaledchumy Mahadevan Pantai Hospital Kuala Lumpur Malaysia CV
  • PA01-4 EVT for Acute Stroke of Thailand's Circumstance Anchalee Churojana Siriraj Hospital Thailand CV
  • PA01-5 EVT for Acute Stroke of Vietnam's Circumstance Cuong Tran Chi Stroke International Services Vietnam CV
  • PA01-6 EVT for Acute Stroke of Kazakhstan's ircumstance Mynzhylky Berdikhojayev Central clinical Hospital Kazakhstan CV

Parallel Session 2: Women in INR

  • PA02-1 The Present State and Problems of the Work-life in Japanese Female Neuroendovascular Therapists Shigeru Miyachi Aichi Medical University Japan CV
  • PA02-2 Women in Interventional Neuroradiology in Korea Hyun Jeong Kim Daejeon St. Mary’s Hospital, The Catholic University of Korea Korea CV
  • PA02-3 Malaysia Jeyaledchumy Mahadevan Pantai Hospital Kuala Lumpur Malaysia CV
  • PA02-4 Proposal of the Roles of National and International/Regional Academic Societies to Support Women in INR Sirintara Singhara Na Ayudhaya Ramathibodi hospital, Mahidol University Thailand CV
  • PA02-5 Is Radiation Effect a Myth in Pregnancy? Johannes Alex Rolf Pfaff Heidelberg University Hospital Germany CV

Parallel Session 3: Joint Symposium with KSS

  • PA03-1 Clinical Impact of Collateral Imaging in Patients with Acute Large Vessel Occlusion Hong Gee Roh Konkuk University Medical Center Korea CV
  • PA03-2 Current Role of Perfusion Imaging in Acute Large Vessel Occlusion Byungjun Kim Korea University Anam Hospital, Korea University College of Medicine Korea CV
  • PA03-3 Current Concepts in MRI for Reperfusion Therapy in Acute Stroke Woong Yoon Chonnam National University Hospital Korea CV
  • PA03-4 EVT for LVO in Extended Time Window Bum Joon Kim Kyung Hee University Korea CV

Parallel Session 4: Joint symposium of Korean Society of Neuroradiology

  • PA04-1 Vessel Wall Imaging of Intracranial Aneurysm: Current Status Ji Hoon Cha Severance Hospital, Yonsei University College of Medicine Korea CV
  • PA04-2 What is the Role of Neuroradiologist in Imaging Approach for Thrombectomy? Chul-Ho Son Seoul national university College of Medicine Korea CV
  • PA04-3 Vessel Wall Imaging: The Current Role in Assessing the Etiology Hyo Sung Kwak Chonbuk National University Medical School and Hospital Korea CV
  • PA04-4 Automated postprocessing software in stroke imaging Eung Yeop Kim Gachon University Gil Medical Center Korea CV
  • PA04-5 Artificial Intelligence in Neuroimaging; Focus on Stroke Jun Sunwoo Seoul National University Bundang Hospital Korea CV
  • PA04-6 Clinical Application of Fast Brain MRI in Acute Ischemic Stroke Seung Chai Jung University of Ulsan College of Medicine, Asan Medical Center Korea CV

Industry Symposium

  • IS01-1 Industry 1 Microvention - Mid-term results with WEB: Heidelberg Experience and Current Literature Overview Markus A. Möhlenbruch University Hospital Heidelberg Germany CV
  • IS02 Industry 2 Stryker Tudor G. Jovin Cooper University Health Care USA CV
  • IS03 Industry 3 Cerenovus - Embotrap Osama O. Zaidat Mercy Health USA CV
  • IS04 Industry 4 Stryker - Surpass Evolve Laurent Spelle Bicêtre Hospital, Paris Saclay University France CV
  • IS05 Industry 5 Medtronic - Case Sharing for Aneurysm Treatment Using PED and Recent Update of Pipeline Flex with Shield Technology Adam S. Arthur The University of Tennessee Health Science Center USA CV
  • IS06-1 Industry 6 BALT - BALT Hemorrhagic Portfolio, Unique Solutions from Coils to Flow diverter: From Barricade Coils to Optima Coils Laurent Pierrot CHRU de Reims France CV
  • IS06-2 Industry 6 BALT - BALT Hemorrhagic Portfolio, Unique Solutions from Coils to Flow diverter: Baby Leo Experience Vipul Gupta Artemis Hospital India CV
  • IS06-3 Industry 6 BALT - BALT Hemorrhagic Portfolio, Unique Solutions from Coils to flow diverter: Silk Vista Baby, Madrid Experience MARIO MARTÍNEZ-GALDÁMEZ Hospital Universitario Fundación Jiménez-Díaz Grupo Quironsalud Spain CV
  • IS07 Industry 7 Cerenovus Noboyuki Sakai Kobe City Medical Center General Hospital Japan CV
  • IS08 Industry 8 Medtronic - AIS Treatment & Recent Update of Mechanical Thrombectomy Device (Solitaire) in Germany René Chapot Alfried Krupp Hospital Germany CV
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