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Sessions - 16th ESO Summer School 2012

Debrecen, Hungary, 24-06-12

Monday, 25th June 2012 (Debrecen, Hungary, 24-06-12)

Kappelmayer, János

Hemostatic investigations in ischemic stroke

Csiba, László (HUN)

Bedside differencial diagnosis of disturbance of consciousness-focus on stroke patients

Oláh, László (HUN)

Case presentation

Nagy, Zoltán (HUN)

Review of different brain imaging methods for monitoring post-stroke plasticity

Tuesday, 26th June 2012 (Debrecen, Hungary, 25-06-12)

Muresanu, Dafin (RO)

Plasticity and repair of the central nervous system

Cordonnier, C. (FR)

ICH old and new facts and new perspectives

Szikora, Istvan (HUN)

Endovascular therapy in acute stroke

Veltkamp, R. (D)

Cardiogenic stroke

Wednesday, 27th June 2012 (Debrecen, Hungary, 26-06-12)

Michel, P. (CH)

The impact of brain imaging in the therapy of acute stroke I

Michel, P. (CH)

The impact of brain imaging in the therapy of acute stroke II

Hacke, Werner (D)

Stent vs. CEA

Mattle, H. (CH)

Intraarterial and combined lysis

Tatlisumak, T. (FI)

Off label thrombolysis and telestroke

Michel, P. (CH)

Rare causes of stroke

Thursday, 28th June 2012 (Debrecen, Hungary, 27-06-12)

Ferro, J.M. (PT)

Cerebral sinus and venous thrombosis

Leys, D. (FR)

Late post stroke complications and monitoring

Diener, Hans-Christoph (D)

Secondary stroke prevention- antiplatelet update

Fülesdi, Béla

Critical care in acute stroke

Fekete István

Thrombolysis-related common complications and adverse events

Csiba, László (HUN)

New anticoagulant era

Friday, 29th June 2012 (Debrecen, Hungary, 28-06-12)

Oláh, László (HUN)

Efficient secondary stroke prevention

Heiss, Wolf-Dieter (D)

Present and future applications of PET

Caso, V. (IT)

Antithrombotic therapy after ICH, haemorrhagic transformation CEA, stent interventions

Bereczki, Daniel (HU)

New TIA concepts and its consequences

Saturday, 30th June 2012 (Debrecen, Hungary, 29-06-12)

Nagy, Helga (HUN)

Post stroke rehabilitation

Csiba, László (HUN)

Subjective thoughts on patient-physician relations