36th Annual Meeting Cervical Spine Research Society - Europe

27–29 May 2020 • Paris/France

36th Annual Meeting Cervical Spine Research Society - Europe

27–29 May 2020 • Paris/France

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Scientific programme

15.00–16.00
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Pre-Workshop
Lecture Hall
18.30–20.00
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Welcome Reception
Industrial Exhibition
08.15–08.30
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Chair
Presidental lecture 1 – Welcome adress
Lecture hall
Philippe Bancel (Paris/FR)
08.30–09.15
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Chair
Lecture session 1 – Mario Boni Grant – Nominated oral presentations
Lecture hall
Claes Olerud (Uppsala/SE), Philippe Bancel (Paris/FR)
09.15–10.30
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Chair
Lecture Session 2 – Degenerative cervical spine
Lecture hall
João Pinheiro-Franco (São Paulo/BR), Cederic Barrey (Lyon/FR)
10.30–11.00
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Industrial & ePoster exhibition
Industrial Exhibition
11.00–11.30
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Chair
Debate session 1 – Controversy in cervical myelopathy: Upper cervical stenosis by basilar invagination
Lecture hall
Oscar Alves (Porto/PT)
 Presentation of the case for discussion
Oscar Alves (Porto/PT)
 Posterior approach is enough
Ricardo Botelho (São paulo/BR)
 Resection of odontoid is necessary
Stéphane Gaillard (Suresnes/FR)
 Case solution and discussion
All Speakers (Paris/FR)
11.30–12.00
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Chair
Debate session 2 – Controversy in cervical myelopathy: Traumatic central cord syndrome (TCCS)
Lecture hall
Carmen Vleggeert-Lankamp
 Presentation of the case for discussion
Carmen Vleggeert-Lankamp (Leiden/NL)
 Conservative treatment is the standard
Federico Di Iure (Bologna/IT)
 Surgical treatment must be considered
Evelyne Emery (Caen/FR)
 Case solution and discussion
All Speakers (Paris/FR)
12.00–12.05
Room
Chair
Preview of the Annual Meeting CSRS-Asia Pacific
Lecture hall
N.N.
12.05–12.35
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Chair
Presidental lecture 2 – CSRS-Asia Pacific
Lecture hall
Heiko Koller (München/DE)
12.35–14.00
Room
Industrial & ePoster exhibition
Industrial exhibition
14.00–15.00
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Chair
Lecture session 3 – Trauma of the cervical spine
Lecture hall
Francesco Tamburelli (Rome/IT), Ahmed Ibrahim (London/GB)
15.00–15.30
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Chair
Debate session 3 – Controversy in cervical myelopathy: Severe circumferential stenosis
Lecture hall
Philippe Bancel (Lyon/FR)
 Presentation of the case for discussion
Philippe Bancel (Paris/FR)
 Only one approach is enough
Enrico Tessitore (Genève/CH)
 Combined surgery is the best option
Cédric Barrey (Lyon/FR)
 Case solution and discussion
All Speakers (Lyon/FR)
15.30–16.00
Room
Chair
Debate Session 4 – Controversy in cervical myelopathy: Where to stop my posterior fixation?
Lecture hall
Bruce Darden (Charlotte, NC/US)
 Presentation of the case for discussion
Bruce Darden (Charlotte, NC/US)
 C7 is safe and the best option
Christian Mazel (Paris/FR)
 T2 should be considered as the standard
Jeffrey Coe (Los Gatos/US)
 Case solution and discussion
All Speakers (Paris/FR)
16.00–16.30
Room
Industrial & ePoster exhibition
Industrial exhibition
16.30–17.00
Room
Chair
Award session 2 – Mario Boni Grant – Nominated ePosters
Lecture hall
Andrés Combalia (Barcelona/ES), Claes Olerud (Uppsala/SE)
17.00–17.15
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Chair
Preview upon future CSRS Annual Meetings Europe and Asia Pacific
Lecture hall
N.N.
17.15–17.35
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Chair
Invited guest lecture 1 – Cervical resection of vertebrae at the cervico-thoracic junction for tumor
Lecture hall
Olivier Gille (Bordeaux/FR)
 Cervical resection of vertebrae at the cervico-thoracic junction for tumor
Gilles Missenard (Le Kremlin-Bicêtre/FR)
17.35–17.40
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CSRS-Europe research grant
Lecture hall
17.40–18.30
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CSRS-Europe general assembly
Lecture hall
08.30–09.15
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Chair
Lecture session 4 – Infections, tumors of the cervical spine
Lecture hall
Björn Zoëga (Stockholm/SE)
09.15–10.00
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Chair
Lecture session 5 – Degenerative cervical spine and deformity
Lecture hall
N.N.
10.00–10.30
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Chair
Invited conference
Lecture hall
Philippe Bancel (Paris/FR)
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Pierre Mazeaud
10.30–11.00
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Industrial & ePoster exhibition
Industrial exhibition
11.00–11.30
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Chair
Debate session 5 – Controversy in cervical myelopathy: Is arthroplasty an option for myelopathy
Lecture hall
Claes Olerud (Uppsala/SE)
 Presentation of the case for discussion
Claes Olerud (Uppsala/SE)
 "Yes, it is safe!"
Philippe Charles (Strasbourg/FR)
 "No, it is not relevant!"
Bruce Darden (Charlotte, NC/US)
 Case solution and discussion
All Speakers (Paris/FR)
11.30–12.00
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Chair
Debate session 6 – Controversy in cervical myelopathy: Myelopathy and deformity
Lecture hall
Michael Mayer (Prien am Chiemsee/DE)
 Presentation of the case for discussion
Michael Mayer (Prien am Chiemsee/DE)
 "I treat only the myelopathy"
Hugues Pascal Mousselard (Paris/FR)
 "The deformity has also to be corrected"
Ahmed Ibrahim (London/GB)
 Case solution and discussion
All Speakers
12.00–12.05
Room
Chair
Preview of the next Annual Meeting of the CSRS-US
Lecture hall
Jean Marc Vital (Paris/FR)
12.05–12.35
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Chair
Presidental lecture 3 – Cervical deformity
Lecture hall
Jean Marc Vital (Paris/FR)
12.30–14.00
Room
Industrial & ePoster exhibition
Industrial exhibition
14.00–15.00
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Chair
Lecture session 6 – Cervical spine
Lecture hall
Carmen Vleggeert-Lankamp (Leiden/NL), André Jackowski (London/GB)
15.00–15.30
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Chair
Debate session 7 – Controversy in cervical myelopathy: Multilevel cervical stenosis causing myelopathy
Lecture hall
Anna MayDowall (Uppsala/SE)
 Presentation of the case for discussion
Anna MayDowall (Uppsala/SE)
 Laminoplasty
Olivier Gille (Bordeaux/FR)
 Laminectomy-fusion
Tim Pigott (Uster-Zürich/CH)
 Laminectomy with muscle preservation
N.N.
 Case solution and discussion
All speakers 
15.30–16.00
Room
Chair
Debate session 8 – Controversy in cervical myelopathy: Non symptomatic cervical stenosis
Lecture hall
Peter Passias (Westbury, NY/US)
 Presentation of the case for discussion
Peter Passias (Westbury, NY/US)
 "It should be treated"
Peter Vajkoczy (Berlin/DE)
 "There is no need to treat it"
Bradford Currier (Rochester, MN/US)
 Case solution and discussion
All speakers
16.00–16.30
Room
Industrial & ePoster exhibition
Industrial exhibition
16.30–16.50
Room
Chair
Invited Guest Lecture 2 – What I learnt from the cervical spine of the kids and what becomes on it after growth
Lecture hall
Christopher Ames (San Francisco, CA/US)
 What I learnt from the cervical spine of the kids and what becomes on it after growth
Jean Dubousset (Paris/FR)
16.50–17.20
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Chair
My worst cases (worst scenarios after management of myelopathy)
Lecture hall
Jean Marc Vital (Bordeaux/FR), Christopher Ames (San Francisco, CA/US)
17.20–17.30
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Chair
Award session
Lecture hall
Claes Olerud (Uppsala/SE), Philippe Bancel (Paris/FR)
17.30–17.35
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Chair
Final remarks
Lecture hall
Philippe Bancel (Paris/FR)
19.00–23.30

Social evening