Polskie Towarzystwo Flebologiczne

Another Phlebology

Miejsce: Hotel Mercure Buda, Budapeszt, Węgry

Termin: 2017-10-06 - 2017-10-07

Organizator: Hungarian Venous Forum • Hungarian Society for Angiology and Vascular Surgery

Dear Colleague,

It is our great pleasure to invite you to Budapest to participate in the second international workshop on various theories and practical methods which are not generally practised or accepted in phlebology. We focus more on ideas and experience than on completed studies. Less fashionable topics can be among the subjects of this meeting. New thoughts and preliminary reports can also be accepted for presentation. We are interested in resourceful tips in solving everyday problems. Discussions after presentations about the possibilities of moving forward in phlebology are encouraged. The aim is to support new or alternative ideas and techniques, not to denigrate them (there have been too many errors in the history of science). Topics: pathophysiology and diagnostics, compression treatment, sclerotherapy, foam sclerotherapy, classic, haemodynamic and ablative surgery, glue treatment and various techniques for different purposes, valve issues and solutions, thrombosis, post-thrombotic complications and their treatment, interventions, crural ulcers and varia. We welcome both well-known experts and new colleagues from all over the world, in an exchange of scientific practice and clinical experience.

We look forward to seeing you in Budapest.

D. Imre Bihari PD

Chair of the Workshop

Please send your email address if you are interested in the meeting: imre.bihari.dr@gmail.com

Some of the questons we will try to answer at the meetng:

Spider and common varicosity are one or two diseases?

Can varicose veins be removed if axial veins are occluded?

Is it possible to remove spontaneous Palma arch?

What is the rationale behind saphenous vein-saving surgery (CHIVA)?

What is the ultrasound technique of patient selection for CHIVA?

What is saw-knife phlebectomy? What are the benefits of cryovaricectomy?

Can we do crossectomy with lasers?

Can we do laser surgery of thrombotic or inflamed segments of saphenous stems?

Is it better or worse to save the tributaries at the sapheno-femoral junction during heat ablation?

How can I do laser surgery of recurrent varicosity after classic surgery?

What does a 10 year experience with varicose vein laser surgery reveal?

Can we tell in advance who will suffer a post-ablation recurrent varicosity?

What is the influence of pregnancy on laser surgery results?

What is the difference between foam and froth sclerotherapy?

How many ways are there to get rid of post-sclerotherapy clots?

Is it beneficial to do foam sclerotherapy and laser ablation from the same puncture?

Are there AV shunts behind corona phlebectatica paraplantaris?

What are the benefits and drawbacks of new anticoagulants in clinical practice?

How can venous malformations be sclerosed?

Is it a muscle hernia or a varicose vein in the leg?

What are the sources and typical conditions for spontaneous varicose vein bleeding?

Are there lymphoedemas after varicose vein surgery?

What is new in crural ulcer diagnostics and treatment?

Lymphoedema and lipoedema: how to treat them?

 

The programme will be organised around various main topics, which means not every question will be included in the schedule.

If you are interested in any of them or would like to present further issues, please inform us or send an abstract: imre.bihari.dr@gmail.com

Come to Budapest to share your experience and learn from others

Scientific secretariat: imre.bihari.dr@gmail.com

Administrative secretariat: gabor@doffek.hu

Abstract Deadline: 15 June 2017

Hungarian Venous Forum • Hungarian Society for Angiology and Vascular Surgery Abstract

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