WFITN Course in Neurovascular Anatomy for Stroke
The Functional Neurovascular Anatomy course is a comprehensive and didactic review of the embryology and vascular anatomy necessary for stroke intervention. The course comprises lectures, 3D anatomic sessions as well as interactive workshops on angiographic images related to stroke cases.
The course has been created for neuroradiologists, radiologists, neurologists and neurosurgeons with particular interest in neurovascular diseases. It may be interesting to physicians in training to become INR specialists as well as senior physicians who wish to refresh their knowledge in functional neurovascular anatomy.
Royal Continental Hotel
Salvatore Mangiafico, Italy
Philippe Mercier, France
Alessandra Biondi, France
Allan Taylor, South Africa
Michihiro Tanaka, Japan
George Rodesch, France
Zsolt Kulcsar, Switzerland
Paolo Machì Switzerland
- Senior physicians, not WFITN members 550 EUR
- Senior physicians, WFITN members 500 EUR
- Fellows WFITN members 400 EUR
- Fellows not WFITN members 450 EUR
Participants should understand the principles and the most important aspects of functional vascular anatomy of the central nervous system, relevant to endovascular exploration and treatment
Due to the interactive workshops there is a maximum of 50 participants. Additional information, program and registration below.
WFITN course organizer:
michihiro.tanaka [at] gmail.com
mutomar2 [at] gmail.com
WFITN course secretary:
secretary [at] wfitn.org