Free Scientific Papers2019-08-28T11:11:23+01:00

Free Scientific Papers

The free scientific papers presentations have been selected from abstract submitted to ISIN 2019.

Session 2
TimeTitle PresenterCountry
11:40-11:50Postoperative navigated transcranial magnetic stimulation to predict recovery of motor deficits after surgery of tumors located in motor eloquent areasKathleen SeidelSwitzerland
11:50-12:00Intraoperative monitoring of vision inspired by that of motor systemColette BoexSwitzerland
12:00-12:10VEPs monitoring in spine surgery. When, why?Dimitrios KefalasUnited Kingdom
12:10-12:20Give and not take: systematic cortical and CUSA-based subcortical mapping in supratentorial surgeryCancelled
12:20-12:30Web application for data management of intraoperative neuromonitoring protocol entries, archiving and data analysisChantal ZbindenSwitzerland
12:30-12:40Permanent motor deficits occur following surgery in negative motor areas (NMAs) despite preservation of MEPsDavide GiampiccoloItaly
12:40-12:50Evaluation of use of multimodal intraoperative monitoring during supratentorial aneurysm surgery. A comparative studyJúlia MiróSpain
12:50-13:00Comparison of intraoperative neurophysiological monitoring with preoperative balloon test occlusion for internal carotid artery occlusionYasushi MotoyamaJapan
Session 3
TimeTitlePresenterCountry
15:30-15:40Value of reflex H in the intraoperative neurophysiological monitoring of thoracoabdominal aneurysmsRaidili Mateo-MonteroSpain
15:40-15:50Dynamic cusa-based spinal cord mapping in intramedullary spinal cord tumor surgery: a matter of interpretationShlomi ConstantiniIsrael
15:50-16:00The predictive value of D-wave, hand-muscle MEPs and SSEPs for the distal upper limbs’ fine motor outcome after cervical intramedullary spinal cord tumor surgeryAndrea SzélenyiGermany
16:00-16:10Risk-factors for neurophysiological events due to traction in scoliosis surgeryHanneke BerendsThe Netherlands
16:10-16:20Fast charge versus slow charge in TES-MEP monitoring in scoliosis surgery. A retrospective studySebastiaan DulferThe Netherlands
16:20-16:30Evaluation of anesthetic fade phenomenon on myogenic motor evoked potential in prolonged spine surgeryHironobu HayashiJapan
Session 6
TimeTitlePresenterCountry
12:30-12:40High-density ECoG improves the detection of high frequency oscillations that predict seizure outcome.Johannes SarntheinSwitzerland
12:40-12:50Resection of an epileptogenic lesion in the Broca area with the aid of two novel neurophysiological techniques for evaluation of language function under general anesthesia in a 5 years old child.Cristiano ParisiItaly
12:50-13:00Direct evidence in humans of short-latency modulation of corticospinal output by the posterior parietal cortex: an intraoperative neurophysiological studyDavide GiampiccoloItaly
13:00-13:10Vibratory evoked potentials- intraoperative neurophysiological monitoring during the spinal surgeryMarina Zmajevic Schoenwald
Croatia
13:10-13:16ISIN travel grantDr. Herasymenko         
13:16-13:22ISIN travel grantDr. Alvarez Abut          
13:22-13:28ISIN travel grantDr. Taskiran                 
Session 7
TimeTitle PresenterCountry
16:00-16:10Continuousmonitoring with brainstem reflexes during posterior fossa surgeryAna Mirallave PescadorUnited Kingdom
16:10-16:20Application of blink synkinesis monitoring during microvascular decompression for hemifacial spasmHsu Po-ChengTaiwan
16:20-16:30Effects of dexmedetomidine on intraoperative neurophysiological monitoring during supratentorial and brainstem surgeryYiyangº Lin-MiaoSpain
16:30-16:40Facial nerve monitoring - a combination of EMG and MEP improves resultsJulian PrellGermany
16:40-16:50The preliminary results of the WIN study: WISE cortical strip (WCS) for intraoperative neurophysiological monitoringAndrea SzélenyiGermany
16:50-17:00Comparing direct nerve stimulation and corticobulbar MEPs in their diagnostic power to predict facial nerve palsy in vestibular schwannoma surgeryTobias GreveGermany
Session 9
TimeTitle PresenterCountry
12:00-12:10Utility of ultrasound imaging in the placement of intraorbital needle electrodes for external ocular motor nerves monitoringMilko MilevBulgaria
12:10-12:20New method to record intraoperative motor evoked potentials of the corticobulbar tract in extraocular musclesAlejandra Climent PerinSpain
12:20-12:30Successful intraoperative passive mapping of Broca’s area during glioma resection.Mikhail SinkinRussia
12:30-12:40Invasive exploration of olfaction in humanNadia BérardSwitzerland
12:40-12:50Intraoperative monitoring of visual evoked potential (VEP) in neurosurgeryTatsuya SasakiJapan
12:50-13:00Intraoperative neurophysiological monitoring warning criteria for intramedullary spinal cord tumor surgery: Do they reflect our clinical results?Johannes HertaAustria