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III International Meeting
European NeuroSOnography (ENSO) Group
Discovering
FETAL BRAIN
from diagnosis to counselling

Under the patronage of

Obiettivo

Fetal brain anomalies are among the most common structural malformations diagnosed during antenatal life and therefore in the last few years fetal neurology has become a discipline on its own.
Understanding and diagnosing fetal brain anomalies is crucial for appropriate medical management and support for affected individuals and their families.
With leading experts from around the world, this two-day course on advanced fetal neurology organized by the European Neurosonography (ENSO) Working Group is intended for fetal medicine specialists, radiologists and trainees with a special interest in the field of fetal and perinatal neurology.
The course will allow all the participants to gain in-depth knowledge about fetal brain anomalies and to merge information from different imaging techniques for a better characterisation of an anomaly, making fetal medicine an accurate, prognostic rather than only a diagnostic medicine.

Chairs

Francesco D’Antonio (Italy)
Daniele Di Mascio (Italy)

Ilenia Mappa (Italy)
Giuseppe Rizzo (Italy)

Congress Site

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

Tuesday 6 September 2024

14.00 Registration
14.30 Welcome from the Organizing Committee and Opening of the Conference

SESSION 1: INTRODUCTION

14.40 How to properly set the ultrasound machine to scan fetal brain
Gianpaolo Grisolia
15.00 3D- and other AI-tools for fetal brain
Giuseppe Rizzo
15.20 Fetal brain sonographic appearance from first to third trimester of pregnancy
Ilenia Mappa
15.40 Screening examination and target neurosonography: what the guidelines say
Federico Prefumo

SESSION 2: VENTRICULOMEGALY AND MIDLINE ANOMALIES

16.00 Practical demonstration: assessment of ventricular system and midline structures at neurosonography
Francesco D’Antonio
16.20 Ventriculomegaly: one condition, different scenarios: tips for counselling
Daniele Di Mascio
16.40 Fetal midline anomalies: what should we tell prospectively to the parents?
Gianluigi Pilu
17.00 Role of MRI in ventriculomegaly and midline anomalies
Gregor Kasprian
17.20 
Question from the audience and coffee break to follow

SESSION 3: POSTERIOR FOSSA AND CORTICAL ANOMALIES

18.00 Practical demonstration: assessment of posterior fossa and brain cortex at neurosonography
Gianluigi Pilu
18.20 Vermian anomalies and the Dandy Walker Complex: from diagnosis to prognosis
Gianluigi Pilu
18.40 Destructive lesions of the brain
Tullio Ghi
19.00 Role of MRI in posterior fossa and cortical anomalies
Lucia Manganaro

19.30 Question from the audience and case presentations (quiz)

Saturday 7 September 2024

SESSION 4: NEUROSONOGRAPHY IN MORE RARE BRAIN CONDITIONS

09.00 Intracranial cysts and tumors
Nina Krajden Haratz
09.20 Vascular lesions of the brain
Daniele Di Mascio 
09.40 Malformation of cortical development: how to counsel the parents?
Francesco D’Antonio

10.00 Complex clinical cases
Francesco D’Antonio, Gianpaolo Grisolia
10.20 Question from the audience and coffee break to follow

SESSION 5: NEUROSONOGRAPHY IN SPECIAL SITUATIONS

11.00 Spinal dysraphism
Waldo Sepulveda
11.20CMV and Toxoplasmosis infections
Asma Khalil
11.40 Fetal growth restriction
Ilenia Mappa
12.00Congenital heart disease
Giuseppe Rizzo
12.20 Complicated monochorionic twins
Nicola Persico
12.40 Question from the audience, closing remarks and light lunch

English is the official language of the Congress.

With unconditional support by

Invited Faculty

Francesco D’Antonio (Italy)
Daniele Di Mascio (Italy)
Tullio Ghi (Italy)
Gianpaolo Grisolia (Italy)
Gregor Kasprian (Austrian)
Asma Khalil (United Kingdom)
Nina Krajden Haratz (Israel)
Lucia Manganaro (Italy)
Ilenia Mappa (Italy)
Nicola Persico (Italy)
Gianluigi Pilu (Italy)
Federico Prefumo (Italy)
Giuseppe Rizzo (Italy)
Waldo Sepulveda (Chile)

Hotel

The organising secretariat provides participants with an allotment of rooms for

n. 1 night
Check-in: 6 September 2024
Check-out: 7 September 2024
Room fee for Double Use Single per night € 249,00

hotel:
Avani Palazzo Moscova
Viale Monte Grappa, 12b
20124 Milano MI
Tel. 02 2906 0312

Reservations are made online when registering for the Course.
The amount for the stay must be paid together with the registration fee.
To extend your stay or change a reservation, please contact the organising secretariat by e-mail.
The balance of the city tax (€ 5.00 per person per night) to be paid directly at the reception desk upon check-out together with any personal extras will be charged to the guest.

Registration

Registration fee on-site VAT included:
€ 200,00 by 15 July 2024
€ 260,00 from il 15 July 2024

Registration fee on-line VAT included:
€ 100,00 by 15 July 2024
€ 130,00 from il 15 July 2024

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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