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8th Annual EANS
Young Neurosurgeons’ Meeting
Joint with the WFNS Young Neurosurgeons’ Forum

& EANS Research Course

22 - 24 March 2018
Oxford, UK

EANS YOUNG NEUROSURGEONS’ MEETING AND RESEARCH COURSE

EANS YOUNG NEUROSURGEONS’ MEETING AND RESEARCH COURSE

MEETING CHAIRMEN

ACCREDITATION STATEMENT

RESEARCH COURSE:
YOUNG NEUROSURGEONS’:

The 8th Annual EANS Young Neurosurgeons’ Meeting (joint
with the WFNS Young Neurosurgeons’ Forum) and EANS
Research Course has been accredited for 12 hours Continuing Professional Development points by the Royal College of
Surgeons of Edinburgh.

Radoslaw Rola (Poland)
Nicolas Sampron (Spain)

SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE
EANS:
Andreas Demetriades (UK)
Wouter Moojen (The Netherlands)
Mirjam Renovanz (Germany)
Florian Ringel (Germany)
Martin Steinen (Switzerland)

To ensure you are eligible for the appropriate CPD credits
please sign the CPD register during the meeting.

WFNS:
Angelos Kolias (UK)
Amro Al-Habid (Saudi Arabia)

FACULTY
Olaf Ansorge (UK)
Elena Becker-Barroso (UK)
Lorenzo Bello (Italy)
Jan Berkelbach (The Netherlands)
Marike Broekman (The Netherlands)
Athanasios Chatzisotiriou (Greece)
Stephanie Combs (Germany)
Gleb Danilov (Russia)
Roland Goldbrunner (Germany)
Mark Gurnell (UK)
Claire Hobbs (UK)
Angelos Kolias (UK)
Miikka Korja (Finland)
Fiona Lecky (UK)
Jens Lehmberg (Germany)
Conor Mallucci (UK)
Peter McClulloch (UK)
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Torstein Meling (Norway)
Philippe Metellus (France)
Bernhard Meyer (Germany)
Wouter Moojen (The Netherlands)
Kevin O’Neill (UK)
Allyson Parry (UK)
Puneet Plaha (UK)
Stephen Price (UK)
Zvi Ram (Israel)
Florian Ringel (Germany)
Radek Rola (Poland)
Guy Rosenthal (Israel)
Nico Sampron (Spain)
Karl-Michael Schebesch (Germany)
Colin Watts (UK)
Roland Wiest (Switzerland)
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EANS YOUNG NEUROSURGEONS’ MEETING AND RESEARCH COURSE

EANS YOUNG NEUROSURGEONS’ MEETING AND RESEARCH COURSE

MEETING CHAIRMEN

ACCREDITATION STATEMENT

RESEARCH COURSE:
YOUNG NEUROSURGEONS’:

The 8th Annual EANS Young Neurosurgeons’ Meeting (joint
with the WFNS Young Neurosurgeons’ Forum) and EANS
Research Course has been accredited for 12 hours Continuing Professional Development points by the Royal College of
Surgeons of Edinburgh.

Radoslaw Rola (Poland)
Nicolas Sampron (Spain)

SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE
EANS:
Andreas Demetriades (UK)
Wouter Moojen (The Netherlands)
Mirjam Renovanz (Germany)
Florian Ringel (Germany)
Martin Steinen (Switzerland)

To ensure you are eligible for the appropriate CPD credits
please sign the CPD register during the meeting.

WFNS:
Angelos Kolias (UK)
Amro Al-Habid (Saudi Arabia)

FACULTY
Olaf Ansorge (UK)
Elena Becker-Barroso (UK)
Lorenzo Bello (Italy)
Jan Berkelbach (The Netherlands)
Marike Broekman (The Netherlands)
Athanasios Chatzisotiriou (Greece)
Stephanie Combs (Germany)
Gleb Danilov (Russia)
Roland Goldbrunner (Germany)
Mark Gurnell (UK)
Claire Hobbs (UK)
Angelos Kolias (UK)
Miikka Korja (Finland)
Fiona Lecky (UK)
Jens Lehmberg (Germany)
Conor Mallucci (UK)
Peter McClulloch (UK)
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Torstein Meling (Norway)
Philippe Metellus (France)
Bernhard Meyer (Germany)
Wouter Moojen (The Netherlands)
Kevin O’Neill (UK)
Allyson Parry (UK)
Puneet Plaha (UK)
Stephen Price (UK)
Zvi Ram (Israel)
Florian Ringel (Germany)
Radek Rola (Poland)
Guy Rosenthal (Israel)
Nico Sampron (Spain)
Karl-Michael Schebesch (Germany)
Colin Watts (UK)
Roland Wiest (Switzerland)
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EANS YOUNG NEUROSURGEONS’ MEETING AND RESEARCH COURSE

Dear friends and colleagues,
It is a pleasure for us to welcome you to the EANS Research
Course and the 8th Annual EANS Young Neurosurgeons’
Meeting: Neuro-oncology, here in Oxford.
Oxford is an internationally renowned destination for science
and learning, and needs no introduction. We hope that you
will enjoy your time here!
We have prepared a very attractive scientific programme,
and are delighted to be hosting the EANS Research Course
and the EANS Young Neurosurgeons’ Meeting back to back.

COURSE PROGRAMMES

This year’s topic for the Young Neurosurgeons’ Meeting
is ‘Neuro-oncology’, and many distinguished European
professors have come to share their thoughts and experiences
with us. The meeting is intended to encourage discussion and
to stimulate debates and thoughts in a friendly atmosphere.
We are looking forward to the next few days!
EANS RESEARCH COMMITTEE
EANS YOUNG NEUROSURGEONS’ COMMITTEE

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EANS YOUNG NEUROSURGEONS’ MEETING AND RESEARCH COURSE

Dear friends and colleagues,
It is a pleasure for us to welcome you to the EANS Research
Course and the 8th Annual EANS Young Neurosurgeons’
Meeting: Neuro-oncology, here in Oxford.
Oxford is an internationally renowned destination for science
and learning, and needs no introduction. We hope that you
will enjoy your time here!
We have prepared a very attractive scientific programme,
and are delighted to be hosting the EANS Research Course
and the EANS Young Neurosurgeons’ Meeting back to back.

COURSE PROGRAMMES

This year’s topic for the Young Neurosurgeons’ Meeting
is ‘Neuro-oncology’, and many distinguished European
professors have come to share their thoughts and experiences
with us. The meeting is intended to encourage discussion and
to stimulate debates and thoughts in a friendly atmosphere.
We are looking forward to the next few days!
EANS RESEARCH COMMITTEE
EANS YOUNG NEUROSURGEONS’ COMMITTEE

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EANS YOUNG NEUROSURGEONS’ MEETING AND RESEARCH COURSE

RESEARCH COURSE PROGRAMME

RESEARCH COURSE PROGRAMME

THURSDAY 22nd March

THURSDAY 22nd March

HOW TO PRESENT YOUR RESULTS

09:30 – 10:00 Registration

15:15 – 15:30 Lecture: How do I write up a paper?
INTRODUCTION TO NEUROSURGICAL RESEARCH
10:00 – 10:05 Introduction to the Research Course
10:05 – 10:20 Lecture: Introduction to neurosurgical
research.

R. Rola
J. Berkelbach

HOW TO FINANCE YOUR RESEARCH
10:20 – 10:35 Lecture: How can you get funds?

L. Bello

10:55 – 11:15 Invited talk: Considerations and pitfalls
when designing registries – is their research
output useful?
11:15 – 12:15 Workshop: Critical appraisal of a study.
(Delegates will critically appraise a paper.)

P. McCulloch

F. Lecky

M. Korja

12:15 – 12:45 Lunch
12:45 – 13:15 Lecture: How to define a hypothesis?

15:50 – 16:50 Workshop: How to give an oral
presentation.
Two delegates will deliver an oral
presentation (their own or one related to a
proposed theme) and all delegates will hold
a discussion.

E. Becker-Barroso
F. Ringel

16:50 – 18:20 Presentations by the shortlisted 2018
Aesculap EANS Research Prize candidates

THE RESEARCH QUESTION
10:35 – 10:55 Invited talk: How should I design a project
in order to evaluate a new technique or
device?

15:30 – 15:50 Invited talk: What is a good paper? Tips
from the editor.

G. Rosenthal

A. Kolias, G. Danilov

Clinical Category
Jiri Bartek
Tareq Juratli
Alexander Micko
Anan Shtaya
Pantelis Stavrinou
Laboratory Category
Jiri Bartek
Joost Dejaegher
Gesa Cohrs
18:20 – 18:30 Closing remarks

R. Rola

HOW TO DESIGN A PROJECT
13:15 – 13:30 Invited talk: Designing a project on neuroimaging.
13:30 – 15:00 Workshop: Design a protocol for a study.
(Delegates will work in two small groups
and will develop a research project.)

S. Price
All faculty

15:00 – 15:15 Coffee break

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EANS YOUNG NEUROSURGEONS’ MEETING AND RESEARCH COURSE

RESEARCH COURSE PROGRAMME

RESEARCH COURSE PROGRAMME

THURSDAY 22nd March

THURSDAY 22nd March

HOW TO PRESENT YOUR RESULTS

09:30 – 10:00 Registration

15:15 – 15:30 Lecture: How do I write up a paper?
INTRODUCTION TO NEUROSURGICAL RESEARCH
10:00 – 10:05 Introduction to the Research Course
10:05 – 10:20 Lecture: Introduction to neurosurgical
research.

R. Rola
J. Berkelbach

HOW TO FINANCE YOUR RESEARCH
10:20 – 10:35 Lecture: How can you get funds?

L. Bello

10:55 – 11:15 Invited talk: Considerations and pitfalls
when designing registries – is their research
output useful?
11:15 – 12:15 Workshop: Critical appraisal of a study.
(Delegates will critically appraise a paper.)

P. McCulloch

F. Lecky

M. Korja

12:15 – 12:45 Lunch
12:45 – 13:15 Lecture: How to define a hypothesis?

15:50 – 16:50 Workshop: How to give an oral
presentation.
Two delegates will deliver an oral
presentation (their own or one related to a
proposed theme) and all delegates will hold
a discussion.

E. Becker-Barroso
F. Ringel

16:50 – 18:20 Presentations by the shortlisted 2018
Aesculap EANS Research Prize candidates

THE RESEARCH QUESTION
10:35 – 10:55 Invited talk: How should I design a project
in order to evaluate a new technique or
device?

15:30 – 15:50 Invited talk: What is a good paper? Tips
from the editor.

G. Rosenthal

A. Kolias, G. Danilov

Clinical Category
Jiri Bartek
Tareq Juratli
Alexander Micko
Anan Shtaya
Pantelis Stavrinou
Laboratory Category
Jiri Bartek
Joost Dejaegher
Gesa Cohrs
18:20 – 18:30 Closing remarks

R. Rola

HOW TO DESIGN A PROJECT
13:15 – 13:30 Invited talk: Designing a project on neuroimaging.
13:30 – 15:00 Workshop: Design a protocol for a study.
(Delegates will work in two small groups
and will develop a research project.)

S. Price
All faculty

15:00 – 15:15 Coffee break

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EANS YOUNG NEUROSURGEONS’ MEETING AND RESEARCH COURSE

YOUNG NEUROSURGEONS’ MEETING
PROGRAMME

YOUNG NEUROSURGEONS’ MEETING
PROGRAMME

THURSDAY 22nd March

11:50-12:10

Sponsored presentation

10.00-18.15

EANS Research Course

12:10-13:10

Lunch break

18:30

Registration & Welcome

13:10-14:10

Break out session on recurrent glioma
resection (Small groups, case-based
discussion on treatment options, expert
opinion)

14:10-14:40

Coffee break

N. Sampron

FRIDAY 23rd March
8:15-8:50

Registration

8:50-9:00

Welcome and introduction

NEUROONCOLOGY BASICS (MODERATOR: W. MOOJEN)
09:00-09:20 The 2016 WHO classification and its
consequences
09:20-09:40 Molecular tumor evolution
09:40-10:00 Liquid biopsies in glioma follow-up –
Present status and expected development
TUMOR IMAGING (MODERATOR: W. MOOJEN)
10:00-10:20 New trends in MR imaging of gliomas incl.
radiomics
10:20-10:40 Value of PET imaging for diagnosis,
prognosis, and decision making
10:40-11:10

N. Sampron

O. Ansorge
C. Watts
M. Broekman

3 Groups: Watts, Ram
Sampron, Ringel

C. Watts
Z. Ram
S. Combs

CASE DISCUSSIONS ON COMPLEX GLIOMAS (P. PLAHA)
15:40-16:40 Bring your own case
R. Wiest
F. Ringel

Coffee break

EXTENT OF RESECTION IN HGG – MODERATED DEBATE (MODERATOR: Z. RAM)
11:10-11:20 Subtotal resection matters
C. Watts
11:20-11:30 All or nothing
B. Meyer
11:30-11:50 Discussion
Z. Ram

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ADJUVANT GLIOMA THERAPY (MODERATOR: P. PLAHA)
14:40-15:00 Current standard and ongoing studies for
LGG and HGG radio- and chemotherapy
15:00-15:20 Tumor treating fields – concept and study
results
15:20-15:40 Radiotherapy concepts for gliomas – Proton
therapy an option?

M. Sabel

16:40-17:10

Coffee break

INTRAOPERATIVE GUIDANCE (MODERATOR: F. RINGEL)
17:10-17:30 Any news in pre- and intraoperative
mapping/monitoring?
17:30-17:50 iMRI – future standard or niche concept
17:50-18:10 Alternative techniques of resection
guidance in HGG and LGG
18:10-18:30 Intraoperative spectroscopy
18:30-18:50 My approach to eloquent gliomas

L. Bello
C. Malluci
K. Schebesch
K. O’Neill
B. Meyer

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EANS YOUNG NEUROSURGEONS’ MEETING AND RESEARCH COURSE

YOUNG NEUROSURGEONS’ MEETING
PROGRAMME

YOUNG NEUROSURGEONS’ MEETING
PROGRAMME

THURSDAY 22nd March

11:50-12:10

Sponsored presentation

10.00-18.15

EANS Research Course

12:10-13:10

Lunch break

18:30

Registration & Welcome

13:10-14:10

Break out session on recurrent glioma
resection (Small groups, case-based
discussion on treatment options, expert
opinion)

14:10-14:40

Coffee break

N. Sampron

FRIDAY 23rd March
8:15-8:50

Registration

8:50-9:00

Welcome and introduction

NEUROONCOLOGY BASICS (MODERATOR: W. MOOJEN)
09:00-09:20 The 2016 WHO classification and its
consequences
09:20-09:40 Molecular tumor evolution
09:40-10:00 Liquid biopsies in glioma follow-up –
Present status and expected development
TUMOR IMAGING (MODERATOR: W. MOOJEN)
10:00-10:20 New trends in MR imaging of gliomas incl.
radiomics
10:20-10:40 Value of PET imaging for diagnosis,
prognosis, and decision making
10:40-11:10

N. Sampron

O. Ansorge
C. Watts
M. Broekman

3 Groups: Watts, Ram
Sampron, Ringel

C. Watts
Z. Ram
S. Combs

CASE DISCUSSIONS ON COMPLEX GLIOMAS (P. PLAHA)
15:40-16:40 Bring your own case
R. Wiest
F. Ringel

Coffee break

EXTENT OF RESECTION IN HGG – MODERATED DEBATE (MODERATOR: Z. RAM)
11:10-11:20 Subtotal resection matters
C. Watts
11:20-11:30 All or nothing
B. Meyer
11:30-11:50 Discussion
Z. Ram

8

ADJUVANT GLIOMA THERAPY (MODERATOR: P. PLAHA)
14:40-15:00 Current standard and ongoing studies for
LGG and HGG radio- and chemotherapy
15:00-15:20 Tumor treating fields – concept and study
results
15:20-15:40 Radiotherapy concepts for gliomas – Proton
therapy an option?

M. Sabel

16:40-17:10

Coffee break

INTRAOPERATIVE GUIDANCE (MODERATOR: F. RINGEL)
17:10-17:30 Any news in pre- and intraoperative
mapping/monitoring?
17:30-17:50 iMRI – future standard or niche concept
17:50-18:10 Alternative techniques of resection
guidance in HGG and LGG
18:10-18:30 Intraoperative spectroscopy
18:30-18:50 My approach to eloquent gliomas

L. Bello
C. Malluci
K. Schebesch
K. O’Neill
B. Meyer

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EANS YOUNG NEUROSURGEONS’ MEETING AND RESEARCH COURSE

YOUNG NEUROSURGEONS’ MEETING
PROGRAMME

YOUNG NEUROSURGEONS’ MEETING
PROGRAMME
13:10-13:40

SATURDAY 24th March
WFNS YOUNG NEUROSURGEONS SESSION: MENINGIOMAS (MODERATOR:
A. KOLIAS)
09:00-09:20 Skull base and non-skull base meningiomas
T. Meling
in the elderly
09:20-09:40 The EANO guideline on meningioma
R. Goldbrunner
treatment
09:40-09:50 Postoperative radiation of grade II
C. Hobbs
meningiomas – pro
09:50-10:00 Postoperative radiation of grade II
R. Rola
meningiomas – con
10:00-10:20 Discussion
10:20-10:50

Coffee break

10:50-11:50

Break out session on acoustic neuroma –
treatment modalities, surgical techniques
(Small groups, case-based discussion on
treatment options, expert opinion)

11:50-12:10

Coffee break

HOW I DO IT (MODERATOR: N. SAMPRON, SPAIN)
12:10-12:20 Insular glioma resection
12:20-12:30 Mesial temporal tumor resection
12:30-12:40 Ventricular tumor resection
12:40-12:50 How I do it: Extended transnasal approach
12:50-13:10

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Treatment strategies and challenges of
intraorbital tumors

3 groups: Lehmberg,
Moojen, Metellus

L. Bello
B. Meyer
P. Metellus
J. Lehmberg

Lunch break

CASE DISCUSSIONS
13:40-14:20 Bring your own case
BRAIN METASTASES, TUMOR AND EPILEPSY (MODERATOR: J. LEHMBERG)
14:20-14:40 Surgery of brain metastases – indications
P. Metellus
and results
14:40-15:00 Update on radiotherapy, radiosurgery
S. Combs
and fractioned radiosurgery for brain
metastases
15:00-15:20 Epilepsy-associated tumors
A. Parry
15:20-16:00

Coffee break

PITUITARY ADENOMAS AND PINEAL REGION TUMORS (MODERATOR: R.
ROLA)
16:00-16:20 Pharmacological therapy of pituitary
M. Gurnell
adenomas – present standard and new
drugs
16:20-16:40 Current aspects of surgery for pituitary
N. Sampron
adenomas
16:40-17:00 Indications and surgical techniques for
N. Sampron
pineal region tumors
17:00-17:40

Case discussion on rare tumors

T. Meling

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EANS YOUNG NEUROSURGEONS’ MEETING AND RESEARCH COURSE

YOUNG NEUROSURGEONS’ MEETING
PROGRAMME

YOUNG NEUROSURGEONS’ MEETING
PROGRAMME
13:10-13:40

SATURDAY 24th March
WFNS YOUNG NEUROSURGEONS SESSION: MENINGIOMAS (MODERATOR:
A. KOLIAS)
09:00-09:20 Skull base and non-skull base meningiomas
T. Meling
in the elderly
09:20-09:40 The EANO guideline on meningioma
R. Goldbrunner
treatment
09:40-09:50 Postoperative radiation of grade II
C. Hobbs
meningiomas – pro
09:50-10:00 Postoperative radiation of grade II
R. Rola
meningiomas – con
10:00-10:20 Discussion
10:20-10:50

Coffee break

10:50-11:50

Break out session on acoustic neuroma –
treatment modalities, surgical techniques
(Small groups, case-based discussion on
treatment options, expert opinion)

11:50-12:10

Coffee break

HOW I DO IT (MODERATOR: N. SAMPRON, SPAIN)
12:10-12:20 Insular glioma resection
12:20-12:30 Mesial temporal tumor resection
12:30-12:40 Ventricular tumor resection
12:40-12:50 How I do it: Extended transnasal approach
12:50-13:10

10

Treatment strategies and challenges of
intraorbital tumors

3 groups: Lehmberg,
Moojen, Metellus

L. Bello
B. Meyer
P. Metellus
J. Lehmberg

Lunch break

CASE DISCUSSIONS
13:40-14:20 Bring your own case
BRAIN METASTASES, TUMOR AND EPILEPSY (MODERATOR: J. LEHMBERG)
14:20-14:40 Surgery of brain metastases – indications
P. Metellus
and results
14:40-15:00 Update on radiotherapy, radiosurgery
S. Combs
and fractioned radiosurgery for brain
metastases
15:00-15:20 Epilepsy-associated tumors
A. Parry
15:20-16:00

Coffee break

PITUITARY ADENOMAS AND PINEAL REGION TUMORS (MODERATOR: R.
ROLA)
16:00-16:20 Pharmacological therapy of pituitary
M. Gurnell
adenomas – present standard and new
drugs
16:20-16:40 Current aspects of surgery for pituitary
N. Sampron
adenomas
16:40-17:00 Indications and surgical techniques for
N. Sampron
pineal region tumors
17:00-17:40

Case discussion on rare tumors

T. Meling

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EANS YOUNG NEUROSURGEONS’ MEETING AND RESEARCH COURSE

NETWORKING OPPORTUNITIES
Thursday 22nd March
18.30 – Welcome Drinks (Monson Room)
19.30 – Faculty Dinner (by invitation only. Meet in the Lodge)
Friday 23rd March
20.00 – Networking Dinner (Jerwood Room)
Saturday 24th March
18.00 – Farewell Drinks (Monson Room)

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

ROOMS
Thursday: Simpkins Lee Theatre
Friday: Simpkins Lee Theatre
Saturday: Simpkins Lee Theatre (am) and Talbot Hall (pm)
Exhibition, coffee breaks and lunch are in Monson Hall

VENUE
Lady Margaret Hall
Norham Gardens
Oxford
OX2 6QA
+44 (0)1865 611079

CORPORATE SPONSORED LECTURE
FRIDAY, 23rd March
11:50-12:10

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Towards a supra marginal resection of
infiltrating tumors with new CUSA® Clarity:
technical aspects

M. Sabel

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EANS YOUNG NEUROSURGEONS’ MEETING AND RESEARCH COURSE

NETWORKING OPPORTUNITIES
Thursday 22nd March
18.30 – Welcome Drinks (Monson Room)
19.30 – Faculty Dinner (by invitation only. Meet in the Lodge)
Friday 23rd March
20.00 – Networking Dinner (Jerwood Room)
Saturday 24th March
18.00 – Farewell Drinks (Monson Room)

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

ROOMS
Thursday: Simpkins Lee Theatre
Friday: Simpkins Lee Theatre
Saturday: Simpkins Lee Theatre (am) and Talbot Hall (pm)
Exhibition, coffee breaks and lunch are in Monson Hall

VENUE
Lady Margaret Hall
Norham Gardens
Oxford
OX2 6QA
+44 (0)1865 611079

CORPORATE SPONSORED LECTURE
FRIDAY, 23rd March
11:50-12:10

12

Towards a supra marginal resection of
infiltrating tumors with new CUSA® Clarity:
technical aspects

M. Sabel

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NOTES

EANS Advanced Course in Spinal Surgery
in co-operation with the Spine Society of Europe
4 - 6 November 2018

Munich, Germany

PRE- REGISTER NOW!
www.eans.org/pages/spine-course

Lecture Topics
Surgical site infections and CSF fistula
Visceral complications
Biomechanical failures
Iatrogenic neurological injury
Revision surgery
Minimally invasive surgery
Failed back surgery syndrome

Lab Teaching
Craniocervical instrumentation
Cervical pedicle scews
Lumbosacroiliac fixation
Spinal cord stimulation

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NOTES

EANS Advanced Course in Spinal Surgery
in co-operation with the Spine Society of Europe
4 - 6 November 2018

Munich, Germany

PRE- REGISTER NOW!
www.eans.org/pages/spine-course

Lecture Topics
Surgical site infections and CSF fistula
Visceral complications
Biomechanical failures
Iatrogenic neurological injury
Revision surgery
Minimally invasive surgery
Failed back surgery syndrome

Lab Teaching
Craniocervical instrumentation
Cervical pedicle scews
Lumbosacroiliac fixation
Spinal cord stimulation

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THANKS:
The EANS acknowledges the support of Brainlab, Integra, and Stryker.

SWIFT MICROSCOPE NAVIGATION.
UNINTERRUPTED SURGICAL FOCUS.
COMPREHENSIVE ANATOMICAL INSIGHT.
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THANKS:
The EANS acknowledges the support of Brainlab, Integra, and Stryker.

SWIFT MICROSCOPE NAVIGATION.
UNINTERRUPTED SURGICAL FOCUS.
COMPREHENSIVE ANATOMICAL INSIGHT.
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