Friday October 22


08:15 – Welcome address

08:30 – Session I: Pelvic venous disorders

Moderators: Peter Gloviczki, Milka Greiner

08:30 – Pelvic congestion: investigation by duplex ultrasound. What are we looking for? How to confirm the diagnosis? Philippe Lemasle
08:38 – Pelvic congestion syndrome from gynecological point of view. Aleksandra Jaworucka-Kaczorowska
08:46 – New concepts in pelvic venous pathology. Kathleen Gibson
08:54 – New classification of pelvic venous disorders. Mark Meissner
09:02 – Pelvic vein embolisation: indications and update. Catherine Van Montfrans
09:12 – Discussion
09:22 – Correlation between the different pelvic plexuses. Philippe Lemasle
09:30 – Correlation between the clinical and results given by lower limbs, transvaginal and transabdominal DUS, angio CT and pelvic venography in the diagnosis of Pelvic Venous Disorders in patients with Lower Limb Varicose Veins. Lourdes Reina Gutierrez
09:38 – A typical clinical case of varicose veins of the lower limb with perineal veins. Claudine Hamel-Desnos
09:46 – Management of varicose veins of the lower limb from pelvic origin. Aleksandra Jaworucka-Kaczorowska

09:54 – Clinical cases of vulvar and scrotal varices. What I have done.
09:54 – Vulvar varices. Claudine Hamel-Desnos
10:00 – Vulvar varices. Francisco Javier Perez Monreal
10:08 – Scrotal varices. Jean-Luc Gérard
10:10 – Scrotal varices. Aleksandra Jaworucka-Kaczorowska
10:16 – Discussion

10:26 – Break in the exhibition hall

11:00 Session II: Deep vein disorders, miscellaneous

Moderators: Marzia Lugli, Inga Vanhandenhove

11:00 – Disabling Pulsatile Tinnitus Algorithm diagnostic and treatment. Emmanuel Houdart
11:08 – In recent venous thrombosis of the iliofemoral axis, does extension to the popliteal vein modify the course
of action and the prognosis? Mathieu Rodière
11:16 – In chronic deep vein thrombosis of the iliofemoral veins, does extension to the popliteal vein change the
management and prognosis? Gilles Goyault
11:24 – Hybrid techniques for iliofemoral venous recanalization. TBD
11:32 – Venous claudication in iliofemoral thrombosis: neurogenic intermittent claudication or outflow impairment?
(venous congestion). Fabrice Abbadie
11:40 – Discussion
11:50 – COVID-19 and thrombosis: basis for an incendiary duality. Ismail Elalamy
11:58 – Anti-SARS-COV-2 vaccines and thrombosis: facts and fakes. Ismail Elalamy
12:06 – Precautions for endovenous treatments of varicose veins in situation of post COVID or post vaccine. Manj Gohel
12:14 – Discussion
12:24 – Klippel Trenaunay syndrome: how to manage it? Peter Gloviczki, Annouk Bisdorff
12:40 – Troncular or extratroncular venous malformation: how to explore it by the Duplex ultra sonography? Claudine Massoni
12:48 – High Throughput sequencing in superficial arteriovenous malformation: somatic mutational landscape paves
the way to new therapies. Franck Neil El Sissy
13:00 – Discussion

13:10 Lunch in the exhibition hall

14:10 Session III: Thermal and non thermal ablation

Moderators: Claudine Hamel-Desnos, Manj Gohel

14:10 – Update of the EHIT and EFIT classification. Lowel Kabnick
14:18 – Is Caprini score relevant to predict the thrombotic risk for endovenous treatments of varicose veins? Manj Gohel
14:26 – Advice of the RSM VF for thromboprophylaxis in endovenous treatments of varicose veins. Manj Gohel
14:34 – Discussion

14:44 – Controversy: most appropriate technique in the management of recurrent varicose veins of the groin and of
popliteal fossa.

14:44 – Foam sclerotherapy. Claudine Hamel-Desnos
14:52 – Phlebectomy. Inga Vanhandenhove
15:00 – Discussion

15:08 – Controversy: laser fibre tip should always be positioned flush with the common femoral vein
15:08 – Pro: Claus-Georg Schmedt
15:16 – Con: Jean-Luc Gérard, Thomas Proebstle
15:24- Discussion and vote

15:35 Break in the exhibition hall

16:05 Session IV: Update in varicose vein treatment

Moderators: Lowel Kabnick, Thomas Proebstle, Mark Whiteley

16:05 – 1940 nm EVLA: a new trendy wavelength – Physics data. Serge Mordon
16:13 – In vitro comparisons of thermal effects of 2 wavelengths (1470 versus 1940 nm) on the vein wall. Mark Whiteley
16:21 – 1940 Nanometer – clinical and practical advantages compared to 1470 Nanometer Thomas Weiler
16:29 – Clinical data on the new wavelength 1940 nm: Claus-Georg Schmedt
16:37 – Discussion
16:47 – Simultaneous combination of foam and endovenous thermal ablation. Tobias Hirsch
16:55 – Cutaneous Closure of the saphenous femoral junction. Thomas Proebstle
17:11 – Short track to ulcer healing about feeder vein and perforator treatment using foam. Tobias Hirsch
17:19 – Treatment of chronic leg ulcers with split skin grafts (including video). Catherine Van Montfrans
17:27 – Study protocol of the feasibility and tolerance of treatment of varicose ulcers by cyanoacrylate. Nicolas Neaume
17:35 – Glue and hypersensivity: pathophysiology and review of data. Kathleen Gibson, Thomas Proebstle
17:43 – Treatment of saphenous veins with HIFU. Mark Whiteley
17:51 – Discussion and Conclusion. Peter Gloviczki, Milka Greiner, Claudine Hamel Desnos, Jean-Luc Gerard

18:00 – End of the sessions