Saturday 09 – Venous Session

SATURDAY FEBRUARY 9 / VENOUS SESSION

ROOM B / LEVEL 0

Chairman
Jean-Pierre Becquemin Co-chairman Jean-Luc Gérard
08.00
Welcome address, Jean-Luc Gérard
08.15
DEEP VEIN
Moderators Peter Gloviczki, Michel Perrin
08.15
Paget Shroetter syndrome must be treated very aggressively (rib resection and vein reconstruction)
– Pro, Isaac Nyamekye
– Con, Bruno Anastasie

08.30
Deep venous reflux repair: how to avoid bad results, how to manage complications?
Oscar Maleti
08.38
Deep vein obstruction correction: how to avoid bad results, how to manage complications?
Marzia Lugli
08.46
When good stents go bad – what to do when disaster strikes? Gerry O’Sullivan
08.54
Extending the stent into the IVC during iliac venous reconstruction is frequently needed and it does not increase thrombotic complications
– Pro, Gerry O’Sullivan
– Con, Peter Gloviczki
09.10
Venous stents placed below the inguinal ligament: no worries
– Pro, Lowell Kabnick
– Con, Peter Gloviczki
09.26
Discussion
09.34
Nutcracker syndrome maybe over-diagnosed (and over-treated) in the majority of patients
– description and mechanism of “pseudo-nutcracker” syndrome,
Mark Whiteley
Nutcracker syndrome:
– It exists and we should treat it: vascular surgeon, Peter Gloviczki
– It does not exist: vascular physician, Gilbert Franco
09.58
Discussion
10.06
Open and Endovascular treatment of superior vena cava syndrome of benign aetiology,
George Geroulakos
10.14
Physiopathology of lower extremity venous pain after deep vein thrombosis, Fedor Lurie
10.22
Discussion
10.30 Break in the exhibition hall
11.00         MISCELLANOUS
Moderators Oscar Maleti, Inga Vanhandenhove
11.00
Bone perforators:
– Pathogenesis and duplex investigation, Philippe Lemasle
– Anatomical images and CTS image (3D), Jean-François Uhl
– Treatment, Albert-Adrien Ramelet
11.24
Recurrence at the popliteal fossa:
– Pathogenesis and duplex investigation, Philippe Lemasle
– Anatomical images and CTS image (3D), Jean-François Uhl
– Endovenous treatment, René Milleret
11.48 Discussion
11.56
Differential diagnosis of intramuscular venous malformations, Annouk Bisdorff
Cloves syndrome and Protee syndrome: characteristics, Pierre Vabres
Cloves syndrome: Totem and Promise study, Pierre Vabres
12.20
Hemorrhoids: chemical, thermal ablation. Which one is the best treatment?
Anne-Laure Tarreirias, Nadia Fathallah
12.30
Veins and men : surgical anatomy of erectile dysfunction due to venous leakage Eric Allaire
12.38
Discussion
12.43
Venous oddities duplex image, Philippe Lemasle, Gilbert Franco
12.53
The venous glossary: for what, for who ? Michel Perrin
13.00 Lunch in the exhibition hall
14.00         SCLEROTHERAPY
Moderators Marzia Lugli, Isaac Nyamekye, Mark Whitteley
14.00
TECHNIQUES OF INJECTION FOR SCLEROTHERAPY
– Long catheter, Attilio Cavezzi
– Short catheter, Philippe Coleridge Smith
– Butterfly, Felizitas Pannier
– Needle, Claudine Hamel-Desnos
14.30
CONTROVERSIES IN SCLEROTHERAPY
Large caliber veins and foam
Foam remains a good option for large caliber veins
– Pro, Simon Ashley
– Con, Philip Coleridge Smith
14.40
CATHETER AND TUMESCENCE
Tumescence enhances foam efficiency
– Pro, Attilo Cavezzi
– Con, Birgit Kahle
14.50
COMPRESSION AFTER SCLEROTHERAPY
Compression after sclerotherapy is mandatory
– Pro, Fedor Lurie
– Con, Jean-Luc Gérard
15.00
PELVIC EMBOLISATION AND TREATMENT OF LL VARICES FROM PELVIS
– Pelvic embolisation must be done first, Olivier Hartung
– Sclerotherapy of LL varices can be done regardless pelvic embolisation, Eberhard Rabe
15.10
NECROSIS AFTER SCLEROTHERAPY
– Extravasation of sclerosing agent do not obligatory provoke necrosis,
Albert-Adrien Ramelet
– Treatment of varices and telangiectasias by sclerotherapy can provoke necrosis,
Jean-Luc Gérard
15.20
CHOOSE WISELY AND GOOD PRACTICE FOR THE TREATMENT OF VARICOSE VEINS by the French Professional National Council of Vascular Medicine, Claudine Hamel-Desnos
15.35
PRESENTATION AND CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF EVRA STUDY
– Justification and methodology for EVRA, Isaac Nyamekye
– EVRA trial results, Manj Gohel
– Strengths and limitations of EVRA, Marianne De Maeseneer
– What questions still need answers after EVRA? Fanny Forgues
15.55
Postero-tibial deep vein ablation for healing venous ulcer, René Milleret
16.00
Discussion
16.10 THERMAL or GLUE TECHNIQUES
Moderators Manj Gohel, Lowell Kabnick, Thomas Proebstle
16.10
Are there still any indications for treating patients with traditional surgery?
Traditional surgery for VV: how to avoid bad results? How to manage complications?
Inga Vanhandenhove
16.18
Preoperative heart rate variability to predict pain during varicose vein surgery under local anesthesia, Katarzyna Powezka
16.26
Morel Lavallée syndrome:
– Original description, Jean-Luc Gérard
– Treatment, Lourdes Reina
16.42
Thrombus propagation after thermal EHIT and non-thermal EnIT ablation: how to avoid them? How to manage them? Lowell Kabnick
16.50
– Radiofrequency ablation for VV: how to avoid bad results? How to manage complications?
Mark Whiteley
– Glue ablation for VV: how to avoid bad results? How to manage complications?
Thomas Proebstle
– Laser ablation for VV: how to avoid bad results? How to manage complications? Lowell Kabnick
17.14
Reduction in number of appointments and devices used for ambulatory endove-nous surgery over the years 2006 – 2017, Mark Whiteley
17.22
Discussion and conclusion, Jean-Luc Gérard, Peter Gloviczki, Michel Perrin
17.30 Adjournment
Simultaneous translation: Headphones will be available on request (only if a valid ID is presented) when entering the room