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6th ENEA Workshop, 5-7th December 2019, Athens – View all the recorded sessions

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Ημερομηνία - 04/12/2019 - 06/12/2019
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Dear colleagues and friends!

It is our pleasure to invite you to the 6th ENEA Workshop to be held in Athens, 5-7th December 2019. The theme of the meeting will be ‘Parasellar Lesions’. The aim of the Workshop is intended to cover a wide range of pathologies that can develop in the parasellar region and affect the hypothalamo-pituitary axis necessitating the involvement of a number of different specialties. Plenary sessions, symposia, and meet-the-expert sessions will enable exchange of high quality clinical information along with basic science developments with international experts. Common and relatively rare lesions will be covered in respect of recent advances in their management, prognosis, long-term sequellae and currently existing and evolving therapies. The congress will be an excellent opportunity to enhance collaboration and strengthen your knowledge highlighting the need of a multidisciplinary approach.

In addition, free communications and poster sessions will allow delegates to present and discuss their latest findings in an interactive environment and promote international collaboration in research and clinical practice. Please plan ahead and think of presenting your work in Athens in 2019!

The meeting will be held in the Athens Megaron Conference Centre that is conveniently situated in central Athens. A city with over 3000 years of history, philosophy, culture and art with vivid reminders of its ancient civilization such as the magnificent Acropolis visible from across the city, make Athens a truly unique and fitting destination to hold the ENEA Workshop 2019 in this particular time period.

We hope that you will come to Athens and find the time to visit our ancient landmarks with their magnificent ambience of a different dimension, relax on the glorious sunlit and enjoy the distinct aura that makes Athens such an alluring city.We look forward to welcoming you to Athens.

 

The President of the Local Organizing Committee
Gregory Kaltsas
Professor of Endocrinology – University of Athens

 


Visit the official Workshop webpage here: https://www.6eneaworkshop.com/

Scientific Program of the Workshop

 

View all the recorded sessions of the Workshop below

(on PPT links you can download the corresponding Powerpoint presentations in PDF format):

 

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Thursday 5/12/2019 (All Videos Playlist)

 

(Thu, 5/12/2019) – Educational Session, Part A – (Video)

Chairs: E. Kassi, M. Peppa

  • 8:15- 8:25 – Introduction: N. Karavitaki, K. Alexandraki
  • 8:25- 8:50 – Imaging of the parasellar region – S. Lahanis (PPT)
  • 8:50-9:15 – Surgical management of Craniopharyngiomas – N. Georgakoulias (PPT + Vids)
  • 9:15- 9:40 – Neoplastic and systemic lesions of the parasellar region – G. Kaltsas (PPT)
  • 9:40- 10:05 – Molecular developments – P. Xekouki (PPT)
  • 0:05-10:30 – Management of residual sellar and parasellar lesions – P. Nomikos (PPT)

 

(Thu, 5/12/2019) – Educational Session Part B – (Video)

Chairs: S. Tigas, A. Chrisoulidou

  • 10:45-11:10 – Systemic treatments – A. Koumarianou (PPT)
  • 11:10- 11:35 – Hormonal replacement – M. Tzanela (PPT)
  • 11:35- 12:00 – Late-effects – C. Kanaka-Gantenbein (PPT)
  • 12:00- 12:25 – Multidisciplinary-approach (case presentations) – N. Karavitaki (PPT)

 

(Thu, 5/12/2019): Opening Ceremony & Symposium 1 – (Video)

  • 14:00-14:30 – ENEA Opening Ceremony – G. Kaltsas, T. Brue (PPT) / M. Zatelli

Plenary Lectures

Chairs: G. Stalla, I. Shimon

14:30-15:30 

  • The landscape of parasellar lesions – A. Grossman (PPT)
  • WHO classification of parasellar tumors – O. Casar-Borota (PPT)

Symposium 1: Craniopharyngiomas and other cystic parasellar lesions

Chairs: M. Buchfelder, C. Andoniadou

15:30-17:00

  • Diagnosis and management of craniopharyngiomas in the era of genomics and targeted therapy – H. Muller (PPT)
  • Biological behavior of craniopharyngiomas: what is new? – J-P. Martinez-Barbera (PPT)
  • Natural history and management of Rathke’s cleft cyst and other cystic lesions – G. Tsermoulas (PPT+Vids)

 

(Thu, 5/12/2019) – Symposium 2 – (Video)

Symposium 2: Neoplasms of the parasellar region

Chairs: A. Grossman, P. Nomikos

17:30-19:00

  • Chordomas and chondrosarcomas – Μ. Buchfelder (PPT)
  • Parasellar meningiomas – T. Graillon (PPT)
  • Metastatic and rare neoplasms of the parasellar region – I. Shimon (PPT)

Rolf Gaillard Prize Lecture

Chair: T. Brue (PPT)

19:00-19:45

  • Patient-related outcome in neuroendocrine diseases – S. Webb (PPT)

 

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Friday, 6/12/2019 (All Videos Playlist)

 

(Fri, 6/12/2019) – Plenary Lectures & Symposium 3 – (Video)

Plenary Lectures

Chairs: St. Tsagarakis, M. Zatelli

08:30-09:30

  • Familial syndromes associated with parasellar neoplasms – M. Korbonits (PPT)
  • Bridging pediatric and adult patients – G. Chrousos (PPT)

Symposium 3: Treatment challenges of parasellar lesions

Chairs: M. Pfeifer, L. Vilar

09:30-11.00

  • New developments in surgical approaches of parasellar lesions – P. Mortini
  • Current and evolving radiotherapy modalities of parasellar lesions – G. Minniti (PPT)
  • Safety of GH replacement in patients with parasellar lesions – C. Higham (PPT)

 

(Fri, 6/12/2019) – Symposium 4 – (Video)

Symposium 4: Late effects of treatment

Chairs: D. Carvalho, D. Goulis

11.30-13.30

  • Endocrine sequelae – V. Popovic (PPT)
  • Pursuing fertility in the presence of hormonal deficiencies – A. Isidori (PPT)
  • Hypothalamic damage – Ε. M. Erfurth (PPT)
  • No-endocrine sequelae and second brain tumors – F. Castinetti (PPT)

INDUSTRY SPONSORED LECTURE

Chair: M. Tzanela (PPT)

14.15- 14.45

  • The expanded role of octreotide in pituitary adenomas – G. Piaditis (PPT)

 

(Fri, 6/12/2019) – Industry Sponsored Lecture – (Video)

Meet the expert sessions

14.45-16.15

  • Managing diabetes insipidus – M. Christ-Crain (PPT)
  • Imaging of the parasellar region – J.F. Bonneville (PPT)
  • Metabolic abnormalities – B. Gatta-Cherifi (PPT)

Symposium 5: Non-neoplastic diseases in parasellar region

Chairs: V. Popovic, P. Petrossians

16:15-17:45

  • Autoimmune and IgG4 hypophysitis – J. Honegger (PPT+Vids)
  • Drug induced hypophysitis – A. Angelousi (PPT)
  • Systemic and infective diseases – P. Makras (PPT)

 

(Fri, 6/12/2019) – Industry Sponsored Symposium – (Video)

Managing Debilitating Endocrine Disorders: How can we include the patient in the treatment conversation?

Chair: G. Kaltsas

18.00-19:30

  • Chairperson’s welcome and introduction (Brief welcome, Introduction to NETs and acromegaly) – G. Kaltsas
  • Understanding the impact of endocrine tumours on patient quality of life – G. Kaltsas
  • Seeing through their eyes: The patient perspective vs the clinical perspective – Ph. Chanson
  • An individualised approach: What influences treatment decisions? – A. Grossman
  • Moving Forward Together (Q&A/Panel discussion, Summarise the take home messages from the symposium) – G. Kaltsas

 

(Fri, 6/12/2019) – Industry Sponsored Symposium – (Video)

Multidisciplinary approach with case discussion

Moderators: G. Stalla, N. Karavitaki
Commentators: P. Nomikos, M. Losa, J.F. Bonneville

19:30-20:45

  • Case presentation 1 – A. Markou (PPT)
  • Case presentation 2 – D. Vassiliadi (PPT)
  • Case presentation 3 – D. Macut (PPT)

 

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Saturday, 7/12/2019 (All Videos Playlist)

 

(Sat, 7/12/2019) – Symposium 6 – (Video)

Symposium 6: Further advances in Parasellar Lesions

Chairs: J.F. Bonneville, R. Luque

08:30-10.00

  • Morphological imaging – S. Nagi (PPT)
  • Functional imaging – S. Chatziioannou (PPT)
  • Novel signaling mechanisms involved in the pathogenesis of parasellar lesions – C. Andoniadou (PPT)

 

(Sat, 7/12/2019) – Meet the Expert – (Video)

Meet the expert

10.00-11.30

  • How far the pituitary surgeon should or could go into the cavernous sinus? – E. Jouanneau (PPT)
  • Pituitary stalk enlargement: diagnostic approach – P. Chanson (PPT)

Debate

Chairs: N. Karavitaki, E. Jouanneau

12.00-12.45

  • Optimal management of craniopharyngiomas: surgery alone or with adjuvant radiotherapy? – M. Losa, A. Pereira (PPT)

 

(Sat, 7/12/2019) – Special issues – (Video)

Special issues

Chairs: S. Nagi, A. Isidori

12.45-14.00

  • Pitfalls in histopathological diagnosis – C. Villa (PPT)
  • Pitfalls in radiological diagnosis – S. Chavda (PPT+Vids)
  • Bariatric surgery for hypothalamic obesity – A. Kokkinos (PPT)
  • Closing Ceremony – End of the meeting (PPT)
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