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Aneurysmal Pathology Foundation
IMAD 2018
Mercredi 12 septembre 2018 08:00
Les Comtes de Méan Hotel Mont Saint-Martin 9-11, 4000 Liège, Belgium
We are really honored to announce the sixth edition of the International Meeting on Aortic Diseases that is organized from September 12 to 14, 2018 in Liège, Belgium.

Once again, the main goal of The International Meeting on Aortic Diseases (IMAD) is to gather all cardiovascular clinicians and scientists to share their experiences on basic research, genetic aspects of aortic aneurysms, aortic dissections, aortitis, aortic graft infection and their treatment as well as on the new pathophysiological concepts in bicuspid aortic valve, TAVI indications and surgical treatment of aortic valve diseases and also, to provide information about the latest innovations in cerebral and spinal cord protection.

You are a vascular or a cardiac surgeon, you are a radiologist, a cardiologist, a geneticist, a biologist, an epidemiologist and/or any scientist, you are welcome in Liège where you’ll have the opportunity to share the experiences of the most renowned experts on aortic diseases. During our “Ask to experts” sessions, you will also be able to receive answers from them to any question you would have.
We look forward to welcoming you in Liège to sharing with you another exciting conference on aortic diseases!

Course Directors:
IMAD 2018 highlights:
• Type B dissections, time of the treatment ?
• Outcome of the patients with connective tissue disorders after EVAR, TEVAR and open surgery for dissections and aneurysms
• Radiation exposure during and after EVAR/TEVAR
• New insights on the protection of spinal cord ischemia
• TAVI, current point of view
This meeting is co-organized by the Cardiovascular Surgery Department of CHU Liège, the University of Liège and the APF (Aneurysmal Pathology Foundation).

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