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IV International Congress of International Society of Reconstructive Neurosurgery (ISRN)
VIIth Neurorehabilitation and Reconstructive Neurosurgery Symposium (WFNS)
sabato 12 settembre 2015 - lunedì, 14 settembre 2015


12 settembre
ore 14:00
Cerimonia di apertura:
Maria Pia RUSPOLI, Princes of Cerveteri
Alessio PASCUCCI, Major of Cerveteri
Francesco TOMASELLO (Italy), Vice president WFNS
Maximilian MEHDORN (Germany), President ISRN
Concezio DI ROCCO (Germany), President Educational Committee WFNS
(Germany), Honorary Chairman: Neurorehabilitation Committee of the WFNS
Jin Woo CHANG (Korea), President Neurorehabilitation Committee of the WFNS
Domenico D’AVELLA (Italy), Vice President EANS
Alberto DELITALA (Italy), President Italian Society of Neurosurgery
Rocco Domenico Bellantone (Italy), President Catholic University of Rome
Massimiliano VISOCCHI (Italy), President of the Scientific,Editorial and Organizing Committee
A. SAVA(Italy), President of the Local Committee

ore 15:00
Concezio DI ROCCO, Italy, Spinal dysraphisms: past present and future
Pasquale CIAPPETTA, Italy, Complex cervical spine reconstruction: CVJ, upper cervical spine
Paolo CAPPABIANCA, Italy, Endoscopic endonasal surgery for skull base lesions: how was it born?
N. SAEKI, Japan, Endoscopic endonasal surgery for skull base lesions: main emphasis on reconstruction
Gaetano PALUDETTI, Rome, Italy, CVJ: Transnasal approach: how, when, why?
Massimiliano VISOCCHI, Rome, Italy, Transoral approach: how, when, why?
Raffaella DELFINI, Italy, Cranio Vertebral Junction Instrumentation and Fusion
G. BARBAGALLO, Italy, Disk reconstruction: Disk prosthesis
Giuseppe INNOCENZI, Italy, Thoracic spine surgery: what’s new?
Massimiliano NERONI, Italy, Extreme lateral transpsoas extracavitary approaches to the lumbars spine
Antonino GERMANÒ, Italy, Intraoperative neurophysiological monitoring during spine surgery and its impact on postoperative functional outcome: state of the art and perspectives
Klaus VON WILD, Germany, Special lecture: In memory of C.A. Pagni
Paolo Maria ROSSINI, Italy, Motor cortex stimulation
M. SARÁ, Italy, Corticomotor facilitation in patients with disorder of consciousness
Yoichi KATAYAMA, Japan, Deep brain Simulation for Parkinson’s Disease
Gerardo IACOPINO, Italy, Pallidotomy: is there still a role in Parkinson disease surgery?
Paolo MAZZONE, Italy, Functional surgery of the brainstem: toward a new stereotaxys
M. ARRAEZ, Spain, Surgical approaches to the brain stem: the role of anatomical and physiological guidance
Vincenzo ESPOSITO, Italy, Vagal nerve stimulation for Epilepsy
Franco GUIDA (Italy), Giuseppe INNOCENZI (Italy), Davide LOCATELLI (Italy), Piero Oppido (Italy), Spine Reconstruction – dynamic vs. rigid; Methods of Reconstruction; Endoscopic Spine surgery; Augmentation of vertebral body strength by kyphoplasty; Ablation techniques in spine metastases – what do we know?

19:30 Cerveteri Museum

13 settembre
ore 8:30
C. FUKAYA, Japan, DBS for involuntary movement
Angelo Amato FRANZINI, Italy,
Deep Brain Stimulation for behavioural disorders
Jin Woo CHANG (Korea), Developing portable deep brain stimulation systems for small animal
Takamitsu YAMAMOTO, Japan, Cerebrospinal stimulation therapy for VS and MCS
Takamitsu YAMAMOTO, Japan, Spinal cord stimulation for post-stroke pain
Massimiliano VISOCCHI, Italy, Functional neuroaugmentative revascularization of the brain: the role of SCS. State of Art
Angelo LAVANO, Italy, Bowel, bladder dysfunctions: functional neurosurgery
Domenico D’AVELLA, Italy, Auditory functions preservation and “functional” reconstruction in acustic neurinoma surgery
Alberto DELITALA, Italy, Surgical strategies for trigeminal neuralgia
Li SHI TING, China, Personal Experience with 4000 Microvascular Decompression Surgeries
C. GIORGI, Italy, Radiosurgical treatment of trigeminal neuralgia
J. ZHONG, China, A New Understanding of the Offending Artery in the Mechanism of Hemifacial Spasm
Giorgio STEVANATO, Italy, Brachial Plexus surgery
Alberto ALEXANDRE, Italy, Reconstructive neurosurgery of lumbosacral plexus traumatic lesions
Hwai-Jong CHENG, Taiwan, Treatment of chronic pain by peripheral nerve lesioning
W. ZHANG, China, Nerve Decompression in patients with neuropathy
Carlo JOVINE, Italy e Biagio Privitera, Italy, External prosthesis complex systems to rehabilitate movements

ore 15:00 - 19:00
Giovanni D’ANDREA, Italy, fMRI pre-intra operative tractography in Neurosurgery: The experince of Sant’Andrea
A. BERNARDO, USA, Surgical Anatomy: the role of cadaver lab and new 3D visual systems in mapping CNS
Vincenzo ESPOSITO, Italy, Peroperative and Intraoperative brain stimulation in eloquent area surgery
Maximilian MEHDORN, Germany, Awake craniotomy
U. GODANO, Italy, Awake craniotomy combined with minimally-invasive techniques: a fair surgery approach for brain tumors
Aldo SPALLONE, Italy, Awake craniotomy for intracranial lesions: a proposal for a simplified intraoperative protocol
Antonino GERMANÒ, Italy, The role of multimodal functional pre and intraoperative imaging,mapping and neurophysiological monitoring for surgery of brain tumors located in eloquent areas
B. SUN, China, MRI guided capsulotomy for major Psychiatric diseases
Piero Oppido, Italy, Endoscopic reconstruction of CSF pathways in ventricular tumors
Francesco TOMASELLO, Italy, History of intra - extracranial vascular bypasses
Antonino RACO, Italy, When to operate an aneurism?
Alessandro PEDICELLI, Italy, Reconstructing cerebral vessels: interventional neuroradiology
Antonio SANTORO, Italy, Reconstructing cerebral vessels: neurosurgery
C. GIORGI, Italy, Reconstruction of vascular network by radiosurgery
Alberto PASQUALIN, Italy, Cerebral aneurisms: surgical indications
Marco Maria FONTANELLA, Italy, Cerebral cavernomas and surgical indications
Enrico MARCHESE, Alberto ALBANESE, Alfredo Puca, Italy, Complex Intracranial aneurysm
A. WOLF, USA, Mith and truth in CNS radioteraphy: controversies on vascular indications

ore 17:00 Etruscan Necropolis Nocturnal Touristic Tour

14 settembre
ore 8:30 - 13:00
Wen Ta CHIU, Taiwan, The impact of time, legislation and geography on the epidemiology of traumatic brain injur
Franco SERVADEI, Italy, World Federation Trends on Brain Injury
Stefano SIGNORETTI, Italy, Post- injury hydrocephalus: the present and the future perspectives
Massimiliano VISOCCHI, Italy New Insights into the Pathophysiology and Pathobiology of Traumatic Brain Injury and their Potential Therapeutic Modulation
Carmelo ANILE, Italy, Experimental models of intracranial hypertension
Massimo CALDARELLI, Italy Cranial Reconstruction in head trauma
B. SUN, China, Neurotransplantation in brain injury models
Klaus VON WILD, Germany, Neurorehabilitation in brain injury
Wai Sang POON, Hong Kong, Robotic Arm Training for stroke patients: is it more effective
Gaetano PALUDETTI, Massimo CALDARELLI, Italy, Craniofacial trauma and reconstruction: state of art
Corrado IACCARINO, Stefano SIGNORETTI, Wai Sang POON, Hong Kong, Italy, Communications and Parallel section chaired by the Section of Neurotrauma of the Italian Society of Neurosurgery


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il punto sulle nuove terapie neurochirurgiche
Alberto Delitala
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Maximilian Mehdorn
Le bellezze di Cerveteri da sfondo a “un congresso scientifico di primo piano”
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Monitoraggio intraoperatorio della chirurgia spinale complessa
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