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Discovering fetal brain from diagnosis to counselling

ENSO

The European Neurosonography Working Group
Advanced Fetal Neurology

 

The ENSO Working Group was formed in 2019 to compare different experiences from several referral centers in Italy, Spain and the United Kingdom and to collect data regarding the role of neurosonography and magnetic resonance imaging in the assessment of fetal brain.

 

The first collaboration from the ENSO Working Group, focusing on mild and moderate ventriculomegaly, was published on Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology in 2020.

 

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ENSO mission is to improve the counselling and the management of fetuses with brain anomalies through the dissemination of the highest research evidence on fetal brain prenatal imagining..

Day 1

10:00 Registration and welcome coffee

 

OPENING SESSION
ANATOMY AND NEW TECHNOLOGIES TO ASSESS FETAL BRAIN

10:30 Normal anatomy of fetal brain throughout pregnancy (Gustavo Malinger)

11:00 New imaging tools to assess fetal brain at ultrasound (Gianpaolo Grisolia)

11:15 New imaging tools to assess fetal brain at MRI (Gregor Kasprian)

11:30  Comparison of guidelines on neurosonography (Ilan Timor Tritsch)

 

SESSION 1
ROLE OF NEUROSONOGRAPHY IN FETUSES WITH NO CNS ANOMALIES

12:00 Neurosonography in fetuses with congenital heart disease (Luciano Pasquini)

12:20 Neurosonography in fetuses with early and late growth restriction (Giuseppe Rizzo)

12:40 Neurosonography in IVF-conceived fetuses (Francesca Crovetto)

 

13:00 Discussion

13:30 Light Lunch

 

SESSION 2
VENTRICULOMEGALY

14:30 Live scan: How to assess the ventricular and peri-ventricular zone on ultrasound (Aris Papagheorghiou)

14:50 Isolated fetal ventriculomegaly, still a prognostic dilemma? (Aris Papagheorghiou)

15:10 Anomalies of the periventricular zone: prenatal diagnosis and prognosis (Gianluigi Pilu)

15:30 Role of MRI in fetuses with isolated ventriculomegaly: what does it add to the prognosis? (Lucia Manganaro)

15:50 Post-natal outcome of fetuses with fetal infection: does prenatal imaging predict prognosis? (Alberto Galindo)

16:10 Discussion

 

16:30 Coffee break

 

SESSION 3
MIDLINE ANOMALIES

16:50 Live scan: How to assess the supra-tentorial midline structures (Tullio Ghi)

17:10 Complete and partial agenesis of the corpus callosum (Tullio Ghi)

17:30 Midline cystic malformations of the brain: imaging diagnosis and classification (Francesco D’Antonio)

17:50 Role of MRI in fetuses presenting with midline anomalies: what does it add to the prognosis? (Lucia Manganaro)

18:10 Long term neurodevelopmental outcome of children with complete and partial agenesis of the corpus callosum (Federico Prefumo)

18:30 Discussion

19:00 Closing of the day

Day 2

SESSION 4
POSTERIOR FOSSA

08:45 Live scan: How to assess the fetal posterior fossa (Vincenzo D’Addario)

09:05 Dandy walker malformation, prenatal diagnosis and imaging phenotypes (Vincenzo D’Addario)

09:25 Anomalies of the cerebellar vermis (Nina Krajden Haratz)

09:45 Role of MRI in fetuses with suspected posterior fossa anomalies: what does it add to the prognosis? (Gregor Kasprian)

10:05 Long-term neurodevelopmental outcome of children with posterior fossa anomalies (Mauricio Herrera)

 

10:25 Discussion

 

10:45 Coffee Break

 

SESSION 5
CORTICAL ANOMALIES AND FETAL INFECTIONS

11:00 Live scan: How to assess the fetal cortex (Ritsuko Pooh)

11:20 Disorder of neuronal migration and proliferation: prenatal diagnosis and clinical correlation (Ritsuko Pooh)

11:40 Fetal infection, prenatal diagnosis (Asma Khalil)

12:00 Role of MRI in the prenatal diagnosis of cortical anomalies and fetal infection (Fabio Maria Triulzi)

12:20 Long term neurodevelopmental outcome of children with congenital anomalies of ventricular and peri-ventricular zone (Daniele Di Mascio)

12:40 Discussion

 

13:00 Lunch

 

SESSION 6
SPINAL DYSRAPHISM

14:30 Live scan: How to assess the fetal spine (Waldo Sepulveda)

14:50 Accuracy of US in identifying the level of the lesion in open spina bifida (Waldo Sepulveda)

15:10 Which type of spinal dysraphism are candidate for fetal surgery (Nicola Persico)

15:30 The challenge of fetal surgery (Denise Araújo Lapa)

15:50 Discussion

16:10 Closing remarks

 

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General Information

Audience

The course is intended for a maximum of 100 on-site attendees.

 

Official language

English is the official language. Simultaneous translation is not provided.

 

Meeting Venue
The District – Smart Arena
Via Mike Bongiorno, 9 – 20124 Milano, Italy

 

Safety

In accordance with the rules in force on the date of the event, all the measures necessary for the containment and management of the Covid-19 emergency will be put in place, to protect the participants and the staff during the event.

Scientific Information

Direttore del Corso

Francesco D’Antonio Chieti, Italy
Daniele Di Mascio Roma, Italy
Giuseppe Rizzo Roma, Italy

 

Relatori invitati

Francesca Crovetto, Spain
Vincenzo D’Addario, Italy
Francesco D’Antonio, Italy
Daniele Di Mascio, Italy
Alberto Galindo, Spain
Tullio Ghi, Italy
Gianpaolo Grisolia, Italy
Mauricio Herrera, Colombia
Gregor Kasprian, Austria
Asma Khalil, United Kingdom
Nina Krajden Haratz, Israel
Denise Araújo Lapa, Brazil
Gustavo Malinger, Israel
Lucia Manganaro, Italy
Aris Papagheorghiou, United Kingdom
Luciano Pasquini, Italy
Nicola Persico, Italy
Gianluigi Pilu, Italy
Ritsuko Pooh, Japan
Federico Prefumo, Italy
Giuseppe Rizzo, Italy
Waldo Sepulveda, Chile
Ilan Timor Tritsch, United States
Fabio Maria Triulzi, Italy

Accommodation

The Organizing Secretariat can offer hotel accommodation for

1 night
Check-in: 17 Jun 2022
Check-out: 18 Jun 2022

at the following hotels at walking distance from the Meeting venue:

  • NH Palazzo Moscova ****          (600 mt)
  • NH Milano Touring ****             (800 mt)
  • NH Collection Porta Nuova ****  (400 mt)

 

Hotel booking can be made during the online registration procedure.

The total amount due for the hotel accommodation must be settled together with the registration fee.

For special requests (e.g. changing in/out dates or room type), please send a request to the Organizing Secretariat via e-mail.

Hotel rates

Hotel Palazzo Moscova Rate per night
Double Used as Single (DUS) room € 174,00
Difference for double occupancy  € 20,00

 

Hotel NH Milano Touring Rate per night
Double Used as Single (DUS) room € 184,00
Difference for double occupancy  € 20,00

 

Hotel NH Collection Porta Nuova Rate per night
Double Used as Single (DUS) room € 184,00
Difference for double occupancy  € 20,00

 

The above rates are intended per room per night including breakfast and VAT.

Guests are kindly asked to settle the City Tax (€ 5,00 per person per night) directly to the hotel reception upon check-out along with any personal extras.

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Registration fees

by April 15, 2022

from April 16, 2022

On-site attendance

€ 200,00

€ 260,00

On-line attendance

€ 100,00

€ 130,00

All fees include VAT.

On-site attendees will be granted access to the meeting areas, coffee break and lunches, certificate of attendance.

On-line attendees will receive a personal link to attend the live streaming webinar, a 30 days access to the meeting recordings, a certificate of attendance.

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