• PERIPHERAL NERVE
    COURSE 2020
    León - 2 al 4 de Noviembre de 2020
    Real Colegiata de San Isidoro
  • PERIPHERAL NERVE
    COURSE 2020
    León - 2 al 4 de Noviembre de 2020
    Real Colegiata de San Isidoro

Saludos / Welcome

Estimados compañeros y amigos:

Es para mí un placer invitaros a participar en este curso que se celebrará en el la colegiata de San Isidoro entre los días 2 y 4 de Noviembre de 2020.

Con el estímulo de conseguir el éxito, tanto en participación como en contenido, logrado en los congresos anteriores realizados en León, hemos organizado el curso “Nerve Repair and Peripheral Nerve Surgery, from Basics to Complex Procedures” con un programa atrayente y ambicioso donde nos centraremos en esta ocasión en la reparación nerviosa, sin dejar de lado las distintas patologías que incluye la cirugía de los nervios periféricos y del plexo braquial, de las que haremos una actualización de su manejo.

Hemos diseñado un programa multidisciplinar que incluye conferencias y unos espacios amplios en el programa para la discusión, con la participación de expertos nacionales e internacionales en la materia. A todos ellos, les expresamos nuestro sincero agradecimiento por haber aceptado nuestra invitación.

Este curso se realiza bajo el auspicio de HM Hospitales, a quien queremos mostrar nuestro más sincero agradecimiento por su apoyo e interés en la realización de este curso. El curso cuenta de la misma manera con el auspicio de la World Federation of Neurosurgical Societies (WFNS), que reúne a todundaas las sociedades neuroquirúrgicas del mundo y es un apoyo fundamental para su difusión.

Como en pasados cursos en León, estos días juntos son días en los que el contacto y la relación directa entre profesores, expertos y alumnos es altamente enriquecedora, que hace ser uno de los puntos fuertes del curso y motivo por el cual nos estimula a continuar con el mismo y a juntarnos año a año.

Por todo ello, os invito a asistir y a participar activamente el curso “Nerve Repair and Peripheral Nerve Surgery, from Basics to Complex Procedures” y entre todos lograr que el evento sea un éxito y contribuya a mejorar el manejo de los pacientes con lesiones de los nervios periféricos.

Un cordial saludo

Javier Robla Costales

Organizador del Congreso

Esteemed friends and colleagues:

It is with great pleasure that I invite you to participate in this course that will take place in the Royal Collegiate of Saint Isidoro Hotel in León (Spain), from the 2th to the 3th of November 2020.

The “Nerve Repair and Peripheral Nerve Surgery, from Basic to Complex procedures” seminar has been organised with the objective of obtaining excellence both in content and participation. Its ambitious and engaging program focuses on nerve repair, without leaving aside those pathologies which require brachial plexus and peripheral nerve surgery, hence updated information on the management of the latter will also be provided.

We have designed a multidisciplinary program which, along with the conferences held by national and international experts in the field, also offers participants plenty of time for discussion. We would like to thank all of our lecturers for accepting our invitation.

This course is sponsored by HM Hospitals, whom we would also like to thank for their interest and support in its organisation. The seminar is supported by the World Federation of Neurological Societies (WFNS), which reunites all neurosurgical societies in the world and contributes enormously to the promotion of the event.

As in previous editions, this time together is an excellent chance for professors, experts and participants to interact and make direct contact. The sense of fulfilment and the undoubted personal enrichment that arises from taking part in this event is one of the course’s major assets and is what drives us to continue and repeat this experience year after year.

Having said all this I warmly invite you to participate in the “Nerve Repair and Peripheral Nerve Surgery, from Basic to Complex procedures” course and actively contribute to the success of the event and the future management of patients with peripheral nerve injuries.

Yours sincerely

Javier Robla Costales

Course/Seminar Director

Programa / Schedule

NERVE REPAIR AND PERIPHERAL NERVE SURGERY. FROM BASICS TO COMPLEX PROCEDURES

FECHA/DATE: 2-4 Noviembre/November


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  • INTRODUCTION
  •  15:30
  •  · Javier Robla Costales. Course Director
  •  · Mariano Socolovsky. Course Director
  •  · Ricardo Aller Lopez. Managing Director of HM Hospitales in León
  •  · Jesús Saz Ibánez. Medical Director of HM Hospitales in León.

  • TRAUMATIC PERIPHERAL NERVE INJURIES
  •  15:45 Anatomy of peripheral nerves. Peripheral nerve injuries. Regeneration of peripheral nerves. Dr. F. Martínez.
  •  16:00 Pronostic factors and Timing in peripheral nerve repair. M. Socolovsky
  • NERVE REPAIR
  •  16:20 When is Neurolysis indicated? J. Robla
  •  16:25 Direct repair. L. Rasulic.
  •  16:30 Is it possible to follow up the nerve repair site continuity with ecography? R. Barousse
  •  16:40 Glues in nerve repair. C. Rodríguez
  •  16:45 How I use the stimulator and NAPs in peripheral nerve surgeries? E. Zager.
  •  16:55 Discussion
  •  17:25 Coffee break
  •  17:55 The nerve gap. P. Tos
  •  18:05 Nerve grafting. M. Domínguez
  •  18:10 Nerve stump histology. K. Krishnan
  •  18:20 Conduits. Indications and personal experience. P. Tos
  •  18:30 Allografts. E. DeVinney
  •  18:40 Painful neuroma management. P. Tos
  •  18:55 Failures of peripheral nerve repairs. M. Merle
  •  19:15 Discussion
  • NERVE COMPRESSIONS

  • UPPER LIMB

  •  09:00 Face to face: Carpal tunnel syndrome. Open surgery vs Endoscopic surgery. How I do it? D. Robla and A. Gilbert
  •  09:10 Cubital nerve entrapment at the elbow. Important factors in deciding to do simple decompression vs transposition. P. Raimondi
  •  09:20 Face to face: Cubital nerve entrapment at the elbow. Open surgery vs Endoscopic surgery. How I do it? J. Robla and K. Krishnan
  •  09:30 Rapid increase in muscle strength after nerve compression release. J. Clifton.
  •  09:40 Thoracic outlet Syndrome: a controversial entity. P. Raimondi
  •  10:00 Thoracic outlet Syndrome. Intrication with cervical radicular pathology; How I do it? M. Merle
  •  10:20 Discussion
  •  10:50 Coffee break

  • LOWER LIMB

  •  11:10 Decompression of peroneal nerve at the fibular head: is it effective? When is indicated? E. Zager.
  •  11:20 Tendon transfer for peroneal palsy. How I do it. P. Sotelano
  •  11:25 Meralgia Paresthetica. F. Martinez
  •  11:30 Tarsal tunnel syndrome. Evidence about decompression for diabethic neuropathy. C. Rodriguez
  •  11:35 Morton. Current approach. P. Sotelano
  •  11:40 Internal splint in peripheral nerve injuries. J. Clifton
  •  11:55 Controversies in peripheral nerve compressions: Piriformis syndrome? M. Socolovsky
  •  12:10 Nerve transfers in lower limb nerve injuries. L. Flores
  •  12:25 Discussion
  • FACIAL PROCEDURES
  •  12:55 Corneal Reinnervation: Technique and personal experience. M. Socolovsky
  •  13:10 Facial Reinervation: state of the art. B. Hontanilla
  •  13:35 Discussion
  •  13:50 Lunch

  • ADULT BRACHIAL PLEXUS INJURIES
  •  14:50 Adult brachial plexus injury: evaluation and indications P. Raimondi
  •  15:10 Imaging in brachial plexus injuries. Evaluation. Can we know if a root is really available in a brachial plexus injury? D. Binaghi
  •  15:25 What results can we expect of the surgery for brachial plexus injuries? M. Socolovsky
  •  15:40 Strategies of repair: pre and intraoperative decisions. M. Merle
  •  15:55 Discussion
  •  16:25 Coffee break
  •  16:55 Reconstructive options for the shoulder in traumatic brachial plexus injuries. Abduction and external rotation. J. Clifton
  •  17:10 Elbow flexion reinervation. Surgical options. F. Guedes
  •  17:25 Management of C8-T1 brachial plexus injuries. Distal nerve transfers. L. Flores
  •  17:40 Discussion
  •  18:10 Management of complete brachial plexus injury. M. Socolovsky
  •  18:30 Indications of secondary procedures K. Krishnan
  •  18:50 Discussion

  • OBSTETRICAL PALSIES
  •  09:30 Physiopathology – Etiology. M. Socolovsky
  •  09:50 Examination P. Raimondi
  •  10:10 Decision: When? What? A. Gilbert
  •  10:30 Upper plexus: the place for Nerve transfers P. Raimondi
  •  10:45 Complete plexus: Hand recovery is a priority. A. Gilbert
  •  11:00 Discussion: strategy in OBP: M. Socolovsky, P. Raimondi, A. Gilbert
  •  11:40 Brunch
  •  12:10 Results of Nerve Reconstruction J. Clifton
  •  12:20 Indications for secondary surgery A. Gilbert
  •  12:40 Management of shoulder problems following obstretic brachial plexus injury. G. Nizzo
  •  13:00 Discussion
  • PERIPHERAL NERVE TUMORS
  •  13:30 Correlation between clinical data and imaging in the diagnosis of peripheral nerve tumors. F. Guedes
  •  13:45 Benign peripheral nerve tumors. Tips and tricks of my experience. M. Cuadros
  •  14:05 Malignant peripheral nerve tumors. Radical resection or conservative attitude? A. Isla
  •  14:25 Peripheral nerve tumors in children. F. Guedes
  •  14:45 Discussion
  •  15:00 End of the course

Inscripción / Registration

300
  • · Inscripción en el congreso
       · Congress registration
  • · Material didáctico
       · Teaching materials
  • · Coffe break y comidas según programa
       · Coffe break and meals according to program
  • · Cena de clausura (día 4)
       · Closing Dinner (day 4)
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