AAFITN 2020 3th Asian-Australasian Federation of Interventional and Therapeutic Neuroradiology See the New Horizon of Neurointervention MARCH 11-13, 2020 COEX, SEOUL, KOREA

Welcome Message

It is with great delight we invite you to the 14th Asian-Australasian Federation of Interventional and Therapeutic Neuroradiology (AAFITN 2020) from October 5 to 7, 2020. Due to the latest developments of the pandemic with increasing travel restrictions and uncertainty of worldwide participation, the Organizing Committee has decided to convert the AAFITN 2020 into a Virtual Congress for the planned period from October 5 to 7, 2020 (3 days), in consideration of our participants’ safety as well as their intellectual aspirations.

Under the theme of “See the New Horizon of Neurointervention,” we welcome all our global members to participate in the Virtual Congress. It promises to be a virtual adventure you will not want to miss! Please follow our updates about further developments regarding the program and special online events.

We are sure that AAFITN 2020 will be a rewarding and unforgettable experience for all our participants attending from around the world and we will do our best to produce an invaluable and successful Virtual Congress.

We thank you for your kind understanding and look forward to welcoming you online.

Speakers

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  • PL01-1 Advances in Neuroimaging for Selection of Patients for Late Window Thrombectomy Gregory W. Albers Stanford University USA CV
  • PL01-2 Recanalization Science: What did We Learn from Recent Studies? Jens Fiehler University Medical Center Germany CV
  • PL01-3 Real World Evidence: Lessons from Thrombectomy Registries Vitor Mendes Pereira University of Toronto Canada CV
  • PL01-4 Clot Removal: Stent Retrieval or Aspiration or Combination? Blaise Baxter Lehigh Valley Medical Center USA CV
  • PL02-1 Imaging and Clinical Characteristics of ELVO due to ICAS Jang-Hyun Baek Kangbuk Samsung Hospital, Sungkyunkwan University School of Medicine Korea CV
  • PL02-2 Thrombectomy in Atherosclerotic Vessels Seon-Kyu Lee Albert Einstein College of Medicine Montefiore Medical Center USA CV
  • PL02-3 Rescue Treatment after Failure of First-line Thrombectomy in ICAS-ELVO Byung Moon Kim Severance Stroke Center, Severance Hospital, Department of Radiology, Yonsei University College of Medicine Korea CV
  • PL03-1 How much Imaging do We need to Select Patients for Thrombectomy? Tudor G. Jovin Cooper University Health Care USA CV
  • PL03-2 Tandem Extra- & Intracranial Occlusions: Endovascular Options Shinichi Yoshimura Hyogo College of Medicine Japan CV
  • PL03-3 Thrombectomy in Patients with Large Infarcts Jens Fiehler University Medical Center Germany CV
  • PL03-4 Characteristics of Retrieved Clots by Thrombectomy Ji Hoe Heo Yonsei University College of Medicine CV
  • PL04-1 Evolution of Prehospital Care System in Acute Stroke: Telestroke, Mobile Stroke Unit, and Others René Chapot Alfried Krupp Krankenhaus Germany CV
  • PL04-2 Clinical Applications of Artificial Intelligence in Acute Stroke Imaging Gregory W. Albers Stanford University USA CV
  • PL04-3 Issues of Stroke Treatment and Training in Asia Jeyaledchumy Mahadevan Pantai Hospital Kuala Lumpur Malaysia CV
  • PL05-1 The Role of a Neck-bridging Stent in the Era of the Flow Diverter Akira Ishii Kyoto University Japan CV
  • PL05-2 Flow Diversion Therapy Adam S. Arthur University of Tennessee Health Science Center USA CV
  • PL05-3 Intrasaccular Flow-disruption Markus A. Möhlenbruch University Hospital Heidelberg Germany CV
  • PL06-1 Intracranial Large and Giant Aneurysms: Pathophysiology and Endovascular Treatment Hyun Seung Kang Seoul National University Hospital Korea CV
  • PL06-2 Results of Endovascular Treatment in Vertebrobasilar Dolichoectasia Hong-Qi ZHANG Xuanwu Hospital China CV
  • PL06-3 Endovascular Treatment of Ruptured Dissecting and Blister-like Aneurysms Byung Moon Kim Severance Stroke Center, Severance Hospital, Department of Radiology, Yonsei University College of Medicine Korea CV
  • PL07-1 Current Review of Antiplatelet Therapy in Patients Undergoing Endovascular Therapy Hyun Seung Kang Seoul National University Hospital Korea CV
  • PL07-2 Off-label Uses of Flow Diverter for Treating Intracranial Aneurysm Adam S. Arthur The University of Tennessee Health Science Center USA CV
  • PL07-3 Complications of Flow Diversion Therapy Vitor Mendes Pereira University of Toronto Canada CV
  • PL08-1 Current Review of Outcomes of Unruptured Aneurysm Treatment George Kwok Chu Wong The Chinese University of Hong Kong Hong Kong CV
  • PL08-2 Current Review of Stent-assisted Coiling of Intracranial Aneurysms Deok Hee Lee Asan Medical Center, University of Ulsan Korea CV
  • PL08-3 New Devices for Endovascular Treatment of Intracranial Aneurysms René Chapot Alfried Krupp Krankenhaus Germany CV
  • PL08-4 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
  • PL09-1 Recent Technical Advances in Endovascular Therapy for AVM Vitor Mendes Pereira University of Toronto Canada CV
  • PL09-2 Long Term Results of Focused Radiation Treatment of Brain AVM Michael Söderman Karolinska University Hospital Sweden CV
  • PL09-3 Management of Vein of Galen Malformation Alejandro Berenstein Mount Sinai Health System USA CV
  • PL09-4 What is Wrong with Glue? A Review of Glue Embolization in Neurointervention Allan Taylor University of Cape Town South Africa CV
  • PL10-1 Recent Update on Pathophysiology and Management of Dural AVF Shigeru Miyachi Aichi Medical University Japan CV
  • PL10-2 Transvenous Embolization of Intracranial Dual Arteriovenous Fistulae Hon-Man Liu Fu Jen Catholic University Hospital Taiwan CV
  • PL10-3 Balloon-assisted Onyx Embolization of Cranial Dural AVF Chao-Bao Luo Taipei Veterans General Hospital and National Defense Medical Center Taiwan CV
  • PA01-1 EVT for Acute Stroke of Each Countries Circumstance Umair Rashid Kulsum International Hospital Pakistan CV
  • PA01-2 EVT for Acute Stroke of Each Countries Circumstance Prijo Sidipratomo Cipto Mangunkusumo Hospital Indonesia CV
  • PA01-3 EVT for Acute Stroke of Each Countries Circumstance Jeyaledchumy Mahadevan Pantai Hospital Kuala Lumpur Malaysia CV
  • PA01-4 EVT for Acute Stroke of Each Countries Circumstance Anchalee Churojana Siriraj Hospital Thailand CV
  • PA01-5 EVT for Acute Stroke of Each Countries Circumstance Cuong Tran Chi Stroke International Services Vietnam CV
  • PA01-6 EVT for Acute Stroke of Each Countries Circumstance Mynzhylky Berdikhojayev Central clinical Hospital Kazakhstan CV
  • 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 Gender and Work Balance 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
  • 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 Asan Medical Center Korea CV
  • PA03-5 EVT for LVO with Large Ischemic Core in Acute Ischemic Stroke Jeong Jin Park Konkuk University Medical Center Korea CV
  • PA03-6 Morbidity Index for the Prediction of 6-month Mortality in Stroke Patients from the SECRET (Selection Criteria in Endovascular Thrombectomy and Thrombolytic Therapy) Study Hyo Suk Nam Yonsei University College of Medicine Korea CV
  • 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 Leonard Sunwoo Seoul National University Bundang Hospital Korea CV
  • PA04-6 Clinical Application of Fast Brain MRI in Acute Ischemic Stroke Seung Chai Jung Department of Radiology and Research Institute of Radiology, University of Ulsan College of Medicine, Asan Medical Center Korea CV
  • IS01 Microvention - Mid-term results with WEB: Heidelberg Experience and Current Literature Overview Markus A. Möhlenbruch University Hospital Heidelberg Germany CV
  • IS02-1 Stryker - Optimizing First Pass Effect: by focusing on patient selection Tudor G. Jovin Cooper University Health Care USA CV
  • IS02-2 Stryker - Optimizing First Pass Effect: introducing CAT7 & Synchro Support Satoshi Tateshima UCLA Health - Santa Monica Medical Center USA CV
  • IS03 Cerenovus - Perspectives on the Treatment of Stroke: First Pass Vitor Mendes Pereira University of Toronto Canada CV
  • IS04 Stryker - Surpass Evolve: From the Benchtop to the Clinic - Including Follow up Vitor Mendes Pereira University of Toronto Canada CV
  • IS05 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 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 BALT - BALT Hemorrhagic Portfolio, Unique Solutions from Coils to Flow diverter: Baby Leo Experience Vipul Gupta Artemis Hospitals India CV
  • IS06-3 BALT - BALT Hemorrhagic Portfolio, Unique Solutions from Coils to flow diverter: Silk Vista Baby, Madrid Experience Mario Martínez-Galdámez Hospital Clínico Universitario de Valladolid Spain CV
  • IS07 Cerenovus - Hop Step Jump / G3 G3XSFT G3MINI “Role of G3MINI” Tips & Tricks for Clinical Cases Kenji Sugiu Okayama University Medical School Japan CV
  • IS08 Medtronic - AIS Treatment & Recent Update of Mechanical Thrombectomy Device (Solitaire) in Germany René Chapot Alfried Krupp Hospital Germany CV
  • IS09 Microvention - Experience of FRED in Asan Medical Center Yunsun SONG Asan Medical Center Korea CV

Virtual Congress Registration is Open!
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The AAFITN 2020 Virtual Congress live streaming will take place from October 5th to 7th.
If you missed the Pre-registration period, you can still register through the Virtual Congress website NOW!
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