Poster Sessions

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17:00~18:30 November 2
2nd floor of the venue

Chair: Karl Kothbauer (Switzerland)

Poster No. Title Name Affiliation Country
P01 Transcranial Facial Nerve Motor Evoked Potentials with Supra-threshold Stimulation During Skull Base Surgery Tsunenori Takatani Nara Medical University Japan
P02 Double Neurophysiological Certification During Sectioning Surgery of The Filum Terminale in Pediatric Population: a Necessary Method Juan Pablo Cabrera Hospital Clinico Regional De Concepcion Chile
P03 The Effectiveness of Transcranial Motor Evoked Potential Monitoring During Epilepsy Surgery in Patients with Medically Refractory Temporal Lobe Seizures Dae Lim Koo Seoul National University Boramae Hospital Korea
P04 Evaluating the Effectiveness of Multimodal Intraoperative Monitoring during Supratentorial Aneurysm Surgery. Single-center Experience. Julia Miro Hospital Universitari De Bellvitge Spain
P05 The Menginomas were Slow Growing, Extra-axial Tumor. We Share a  Menginoma with Severe Nerve Compression. The Improving of Somatosensory Evoked Potential was Noted after Decompression. Yukai Huang Kaohsiung Medical University Hospital Taiwan
P06 The Changes in Motor Cortex Localisation and Organisation in Motor Eloquent Tumorous Brain Lesion Detected by Navigated Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation Irena Holečková University Hospital Plzen, Medical Faculty Plzen Czech Republic
P07 Experiences of Brain Mapping by Direct Electrical Cortical Stimulation with EMG Recording in Brain Tumor Surgery Jinseok Park Hanyang University College of Medicine Korea
P08 Tailored Intraoperative Motor Mapping for Glioma in Motor Functional Area under General Anesthesia Chih-wei Huang Neurological Institute, Taichung Veterans General Hospital Taiwan
P09 Disappearance Timing of Lateral Spread Responses during Microvascular Decompression in Patients with Hemifacial Spasm Byung-euk Joo Seonam University College of Medicine Korea
P10 The Muscle Motor Evoked Potentials: the Most Sensitive Intraoperative Neurophysiologic Monitoring Tool for Predicting Postoperative Motor Deficits Jung Bin Kim Korea University Anam Hospital Korea
P11 Monitoring of Motor and Somatosensory Evoked Potentials during Brain Surgery Jinyoung Park Gangnam Severance Hospital Korea
P12 Intraoperative Ischemic Stroke during Glioma Surgery So Hyun Ahn Seoul National University Hospital Korea
P13 Old Spinal Cord Tales: Compression and Ischemia Effects on Spinal Cord Physiology Javier Urriza Complejo Hospitalario De Navarra Spain
P14 Direct Medulla Oblongata and Transcranial Stimulation for Vagal Motor Evoked Potential during Microvasucular Decompression for Glossopharyngeal Neuralgia Yasushi Motoyama Nara Medical University Japan

Chair: Kyung Seok Park (Korea)

Poster No. Title Name Affiliation Country
P15 Intraoperative Neurophysiological Monitoring in Clipping of Cerebral Aneurysm: A Case Report of Postoperative Anterior Choroidal Artery Infarction Youngseok Kim Gangnam Severance Hospital Korea
P16 Patients with Long-term Facial Spasm are More Likely to Have Progressed to Brainstem Facial Nucleus. Facial MEP Excitability is Predictive of The Patient's Delayed Recovery Period Boeun Kim Seoul National University Hospital Korea
P17 Prolonged Transitory SEP and MEP Flattening during Lumbar Distraction in Total Disk Replacement Resulted in No New Neurological Damage Armando Tello Hospital Espanol De Mexico Mexico
P18 Intraoperative Neurophysiological Monitoring and Preoperative Somatosensory Evoked Potentials in Patients with Ossification of Posterior Longitudinal Ligament Jinyoung Park Gangnam Severance Hospital Korea
P19 To Evaluate The Effects of The Parameter on SEP Latency Byung-nam Yoon Inha University School of Medicine Korea
P20 This is A Unique Case Presentation of A Patient with Parkinson’s Disease Who Had Previous Stem Cells Injection and Had Deep Brain Stimulators (DBS) Implanted Siti Aisyah Yaacob Queen Elizabeth University Hospital United Kingdom
P21 Transient Augmentation of Motor Evoked Potentials during Temporary Occlusion of The Middle Cerebral Artery in Aneurysmal Surgery Takahide Haku Nara Medical University Japan
P22 Serial Transcranial Motor Evoked Potential during Two-stage Spinal Deformity Surgery Jung-ick Byun Kyung Hee University Hospital at Gangdong Korea
P23 The Evaluation of Reliability of Intraoperative Bulbocavernosus Reflex Monitor during Tethered Cord Surgery in Children Young-soo Park Nara Medical University Japan
P24 Intra-operative Neurophysiological Monitoring (IONM) and Our Experience at PSMMC: A Prospective Study Mohammad Almouh Prince Sultan Military Medical City Saudi Arabia
P25 Intraoperative Blink Reflex in Microvascular Decompression for Hemifacial Spasm. A Case Report and Proposal of A New Method to Monitor the Efficiency of Decompression Dimitrios Kefalas University Hospital Mannheim Germany
P26 Difference between Pre-OP FVEP and Intra-OP FVEP Park Chan-Woo Samsung Medical Center Korea
P27 An Electrode Configuration for Recording Muscle Motor Evoked Potentials in The Upper Extremities during Intraoperative Neurophysiological Monitoring  Young-doo Choi Seoul National University Hospital Korea
P28 Improved Signal Change in Intra-operative Neuromonitoring (IONM): Case Series Seung Myung Wi Seoul National University Hospital Korea
P29 The Critical Warning Sign of Real-Time Brainstem Auditory Evoked Potentials during Microvascular Decompression for Hemifacial Spasm Sang-ku Park Samsung Medical Center Korea

Chair: David MacDonald (Saudi Arabia)

Poster No. Title Name Affiliation Country
P30 Tethered Cord and Incontinence: Why Intra-operative Neurophysiological Monitoring (IONM)? Mohammad Kabiraj Prince Sultan Military Medical City Saudi Arabia
P31 Dynamic Motor Mapping and Multimodality IONM Techniques in Eloquent Motor Cortex: A Case Report and Discussion Parthiban Velayutham Tata Memorial Centre India
P32 Different Alarm Criteria in Muscle MEP between Cervical and Thoracic OPLL Surgery Yong Chul Kwon Seoul National University Bundang Hospital Korea
P33 Prognostic Value of Intra- and Extra-operative Lateral Spread Responses in Microvascular Decompression Surgeries of Hemifacial Spasm Yong Chul Kwon Seoul National University Bundang Hospital Korea
P34 Usefulness of Combined Somatosensory and Motor Evoked Potentials and Electromyography Monitoring in Intramedullary Spinal Cord Tumor Surgeries Yong Chul Kwon Seoul National University Bundang Hospital Korea
P35 Anterior Root Muscle Responce in Total Hip Arthroplasty Pinar Yalinay Dikmen Acibadem University, School Of Medicine Turkey
P36 The Value of Somatosensory Evoked Potentials Monitoring in Cerebral Aneurysm Clipping Surgeries Yong Chul Kwon Seoul National University Bundang Hospital Korea
P37 Factors Predicting the Successful Generation of Baseline Motor Evoked Potentials in Patients Undergoing Spine Surgery Yong Chul Kwon Seoul National University Bundang Hospital Korea
P38 Alteration Pattern of Motor Evoked Potentials during The Thoracoabdominal Aortic Aneurysm Repair Daeyoung Kim Chungnam National University Hospital Korea
P39 Safe Resection of A Rapid Recurrent Brachial Plexus Fibromatosis with Tailored Intraoperative Neuromonitor Shus-maan Dai Taichung Veterans General Hospital Taiwan
P40 Intraoperative Neuromonitoring of Motor Evoked Potentials in Infants Elif Ilgaz Aydinlar Acibadem University School Of Medicine Turkey
P41 Subject: Predictive Value of Intraoperative Bulbocavernosus Reflex during Untethering Surgery for Post-operative Voluntary Voiding Seungwoo Cha Seoul National University Hospital Korea
P42 Correlation of Laryngeal Adductor Reflex, Vocal-CoMEPs and Vagus Nerve Mapping with Postoperative Outcome in A Patient during Thyroid Surgery Oscar Rodolfo Tapia Canelas Mount Sinai Hospital United States
P43 Advancing Lower Brainstem Monitoring by Using The Laryngeal Adductor Reflex in a Patient during Posterior Fossa Surgery Vizmary Montes Lozano Blesa Clinical University Hospital Spain
P44 The Role of Intraoperative Neurophysiological Monitoring in Carotid Endarterectomy (CEE) Mariia Podgurskaia National Medical And Surgical Center Russian Federation

Chair: Kathleen Seidel (Switzerland)

Poster No. Title Name Affiliation Country
P45 The Importance of Electrode Position during Intraoperative Monitoring of Transcranial Motor Evoked Potential Zoltan Horvath University Of Szeged Hungary
P46 Intraoperative TcMEP Monitoring and DT-tractography of Corticospinal Tracts in Brain Tumors Surgery Anna Ogurtsova N. N. Burdenko National Scientific And Practical Center For Neurosurgery Russian Federation
P47 Motor and Somatosensory Evoked Potential Spinal Cord Monitoring during Intubation and Neck Extension for Thyroidectomy in a Down Syndrome Boy with Atlantoaxial Instability  David Macdonald King Faisal Specialist Hospital & Research Center Saudi Arabia
P48 Advantages of Using Urethral Sphincter Electrode for Pelvic Neuromonitoring Kamylla Thiago de Almeida Massachusetts General Hospital United States
P49 Removal of Gliomas Using Intraoperative Neurophysiological Mapping of Brain Pathways Elena Korotchenko National Medical Surgery Center Russian Federation
P50 Intraoperative Peripheral Nerve Lesion Localization Using “Inching” Direct SSEP Technique Reiner See Massachusetts General Hospital United States
P51 Intraoperative Monitoring Findings as a Predictor of Postoperative Disability in Aneurysmal SAH Byung-euk Joo Seonam University College of Medicine Korea
P52 Motor Evoked Potentials and Somatosensory Evoked Potentials in Spine Surgeries at Korea Ji Ye Jeon Asan Medical Center Korea
P53 Motor Evoked Potential and Somatosensory Evoked Potentials in Surgeries for Cerebral Aneurysms Hyun Woo Kim Asan Medical Center Korea
P54 Diagnostic Accuracy of Real-time Intraoperative Brainstem Auditory Evoked Potential Monitoring  Ji Ye Jeon Asan Medical Center Korea
P55 The Lateral Spread Response: Intramuscular Needle Recording Electrodes Superior to Surface Electrodes  Benn Smith Mayo Clinic United States
P56 Thoraco-lumbar pedicle screw stimulation (T7-S1) in multimodal Intraoperative Neurophysiology Monitoring during complex (>40 degree curvature) scoliosis corrective procedures Geoffrey Haughton Mater Misericordiae University Hospital Ireland
P57 Role of Intraoperative Monitoring in Intraparenchymal Metastasis and Cavernous Malformations in Supratentorial Eloquent Areas Julia Miro Bellvitge University Hospital Spain
P58 Difference of Electrophysiologic Values between Preoperative and Intraoperative Neurophysiologic Monitoring Young-bin Oh Chonbuk National University Hospital Korea
P59 Motor Evoked Potentials (MEP) and Somatosensory Evoked Potentials (SSEP) during Surgical Decompression of The Spine: A Case Report Sara Cors-Serra Hospital Universitario Doctor Peset Spain
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