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CIRSE 2016


Expanding Evidence, Enhancing Engagement

CIRSE 2016 was held in Barcelona, Spain, and Scientific Programme Chairperson Christoph Binkert explains some of the key features of this year’s meeting, and how interventional radiology is becoming more evidence-driven.



IDEAS 2016: Consolidating a New Endovascular Aortic Symposium

We caught up with interventionalists and surgeons at the second Interdisciplinary Endovascular Aortic Symposium, which took place during CIRSE 2016. This year saw the launch of the IDEAS Training Village, where delegates could practice stent graft placement for both the thoracic and abdominal aorta.



PErFecTing Collaboration in Prostate Artery Embolisation

Prostate artery embolisation for benign prostatic obstruction is a complex IR procedure that requires an extensive amount of embolisation experience in order to achieve the best results. Leaders in the procedure Francisco Carnevale, Nigel Hacking and Hugo Rio Tinto discuss the newest research and techniques as well as the best methods for collaboration.



The Emerging Role of Endovascular Stroke Therapy

Stroke is the prevalent cause for disability among adults in the industrialised world and one of the most common causes for death globally. At CIRSE 2016, we spoke to Dr. Tommy Andersson, Prof. Klaus Hausegger and Dr. Raman Uberoi about the clinical management and current therapy options for acute ischaemic stroke patients.



Interventional Radiology in Practice

The core skills and techniques used in minimally invasive, image-guided therapies have allowed the subspecialty to expand rapidly, playing a vital role in both elective and emergency treatment for many patient groups. At CIRSE 2016, we spoke to Prof. Anna Belli, CIRSE President Prof. Elias Brountzos, ESR vice-President Prof. Lorenzo Derchi, Dr. Raf Patel and Prof. Philipp Schaefer about the future of patient care and training in interventional radiology.



Critical Limb Ischaemia and the Diabetic Foot Patient

As the prevalence of peripheral artery disease (PAD) rapidly rises, minimally invasive endovascular procedures to treat this disease have also subsequently risen. In this video filmed at CIRSE 2016, Dr. Konstantinos Katsanos, Dr. Maria Ruffino and Prof. Stefan Müller-Hülsbeck talk about the most advanced stage of peripheral artery disease, critical limb ischaemia (CLI) and how the CLI, or diabetic foot, patient differs from the average PAD patient.



Following the beat of modern interventions

See you in Barcelona, September 10-14, for CIRSE 2016 – the world’s largest interventional radiology congress.


ECIO 2016


ECIO 2016: A glimpse of the congress

Interventional radiologists from around the world, along with many of their oncologist colleagues, attended this year's ECIO congress to learn more about advances in interventional oncology. Find out more about why they took part, and why they'll be joining us again in Bilbao, Spain for ECIO 2017.



ECIO 2016: Ablation of lung cancers

Thermal ablation is a valuable tool in the fight against lung cancers, offering a minimally invasive, reiterative treatment that is often suitable for patients who are deemed unfit for surgery or SBRT.

Alice Gillams, Jens Ricke and Peter Kennedy discuss the advantages of the therapy, how it can be integrated into a multidisciplinary setting, and where the data is taking us.



ECIO 2016: Bone cancer interventions

Percutaneous bone ablation, peripheral cementoplasty and percutaneous osteosynthesis are several of the palliative and, in some cases, curative techniques that interventional radiologists use today to combat bone metastases in cancer patients.



ECIO 2016: Colorectal liver metastases

With a wide range of minimally invasive, image-guided therapies available for treating this disease, interventional oncology now plays an important role in the multidisciplinary management of metastatic colorectal liver cancer patients.