Saturday 27 January (Venous) – 2018

SATURDAY JANUARY 27 / 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
Chairmen Peter Gloviczki, Michel Perrin
08.15
Symmetry or asymmetry of the venous valves anomalies: does it change the procedure and its order? Oscar Maleti
08.23
Link between clinical signs and symptoms, hemodynamic, imaging and se-verity of anatomical lesions in iliofemoral vein obstruction, Mariza Lugli
08.31
A functioning oral deep valve, do we really need this? Steve Elias
08.39
How can we decide if a proximal venous occlusive is significant? Manj Gohel
08.47
Nutcracker syndrome maybe over-diagnosed (and over-treated) in the majority of patients – description and mechanism of “pseudo-nutcracker“ syndrome, Mark Whiteley
08.55
Management of left renal vein compression in patients presenting left gonadal vein reflux,
Javier Leal Monedero
09.03
Nutcracker syndrome: advantage, inconvenient and outcomes in the published literature
09.03
– Stenting Surgery, Peter Gloviczki
09.11
– Laparoscopy or robotics, Fabien Thaveau
09.19
3D imodeling of venous extrinsic compression, Jean-François Uhl
09.27
What really matters to patients is QOL: Veniti Virtus Venous Stent Feasibility Trial, Lowell Kabnick
09.35
Limitations of caval and iliac vein recanalisation, Martin Malina
09.43
Pharmacomechanical thrombectomy versus surgical thrombectomy for acute iliofemoral dvt : comparison of the outcomes in a single center, Olivier Hartung
09.51
Venous thrombus removal: limits and contraindications, Niels Baekgaard
09.59
You know CHIVA? and do you know CHIVP (hemodynamic treatment of deep vein insufficiency)? Claude Franceschi
10.07
Endovascular management of deep vein thrombosis: has anything changed with results of ATTRACT trial? Ali Amin
10.15
An update on the American venous forum guidelines for deep vein, Peter Gloviczki
10.23 Discussion
10.30 Break in the exhibition hall 
11.00 HEMORRHOIDS AND VENOUS MALFORMATIONS
Chairmen Oscar Maleti, Inga Vanhandenhove
11.00
– Hemorrhoids and pelvic congestion syndrome: pathogenesis and Duplex investigation,
Philippe Lemasle
– Hemorrhoids and pelvic congestion: venous embolization is it efficient and sufficient,
Milka Greiner
– Post embolisation syndrome affects one third of women after pelvic vein embolisation,
Mark Whiteley
11.24
– Hemorrhoids: radiofrequency ablation, Anne-Laure Tarrerias
– Hemorrhoids: laser ablation, Nadia Fathallah
– Hemorrhoids: medical treatment, Philippe Godeberge
11.48 Discussion
12.00
– Venous malformations: indications and limits of chemical and laser ablation, Annouk Bisdorff
– Venous malformations: indications and limits of surgery, Nikos Paraskevas
– Indications and outcomes in sirolimus treatment in venous malformations, Emmanuel Seront
12.24
Do we need thrombophilia screening in presence of DVT?
– Pro, Ismail Elalamy
– Con, Manj Gohel
12.40
Venous Oddities duplex image, Gilbert Franco, Philippe Lemasle
12.57
Announcement of the venous glossary, Michel Perrin
13.00 Lunch in the exhibition hall
14.00 PHLEBECTOMY, SCLEROTHERAPY AND MISCELLANEOUS
Chairmen Marzia Lugli, Lourdes Reina
14.00
When is phlebectomy the appropriate measure? Steve Elias
14.08
Phlebectomy is rarely the appropriate measure, Claudine Hamel Desnos
14.16
How to manage complications after sclerotherapy? Lourdes Reina
Contraindications and limits of sclerotherapy in varicose vein, Claudine Hamel Desnos 
14.32
New and different learning experience – The EVF HOW Plus advanced hands-on European
courses,
Bo Eklof
14.40
Management of C0S (CEAP) patient, Michel Perrin
14.48
Neuromuscular electrical stimulation in venous disease, Joseph Shalhoub
14.56
An update on the American venous forum guidelines for superficial vein, Peter Gloviczk
15.04
Modern surgery for varicose vein: how to do it? (video technique demonstration), Marzia Lugli
15.12 THERMAL OR GLUE TECHNIQUES
Chairmen Manj Gohel, Patrizia Pavei, Steve Elias
15.12
Phlebology and dermatology: competitive or complementary? Inga Vanhandenhove
15.20
AOR (Artificial Optical Radiation) and safety rules with laser technique, Serge Mordon
15.28
Wavelength or Fiber, which one is more Important for Saphenous Laser Ablation? Lowell Kabnick
15.36
Differences in ablation patterns in the vein wall of the GSV treated with 810nm, 1470nm,
jacket tip, radial tip and RFiTT, Mark Whiteley
15.44
Venaseal, italian experience, data, advantages and disadvantages, Patrizia Pavei
15.52
Contraindications and limits of glue ablation for varicose vein, Thomas Proebstle
16.00
Contraindications and limits of MOCA ablation for varicose vein, Steve Elias
16.08
Contraindications and limits of RF ablation for varicose vein, Mark Whiteley
16.16
Contraindications and limits of Laser ablation for varicose vein, Lowell Kabnick
16.24
Clinical cases: what will you do? Replies from experts,
Lowell Kabnick, Mark Whiteley, Thomas Proebstle, Claudine Hamel Desnos
17.15
Discussion and conclusion, Jean-Luc Gerard, Peter Gloviczki, Michel Perrin
17.30 Adjournment
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