3TN04
TIME: 21:00 - 22:30
TREATMENT NIGHT TITLE: BRAIN VASCULAR DISEASES
CREDIT: 1 CREDITS
1- ATTENDANCE TO THE TREATMENT NIGHT IS RECOMMENDED FOR: RESIDENT, SPECIALIST NEUROLOGIST, ACADEMICIAN
2- OBJECTIVE OF THE TREATMENT NIGHT :
Provide a review of common clinical situations with an unclear strategy in stroke practice.
3- THE SUBJECTS THAT THE COURSE ATTENDEES WILL BE INFORMED AFTER THE TREATMENT NIGHT?
4 important questions will be answered: Does IV tPA contribute to patients with major vessel occlusion who will undergo thrombectomy? What can I do in acute occlusion after carotid endarterectomy? How to treat progressive brainstem infarctions? What are the treatment options for recurrence in vertebral artery steno-occlusive lesions?
4- EXPECTATIONS FROM THE ATTENDEES: ATTENDING AS A LISTENER, SHARING EXPERIENCES, PARTICIPATING
IN THE APPLICATIONS, ACTIVE PARTICIPATION IN DISCUSSIONS
5- TREATMENT NIGHT PROGRAM

Chairs of the Session:
Hadiye Şirin (Ege University, Faculty of Medicine, Dept. of Neurology)
Zekeriya Alioğlu (Karadeniz Technical University Faculty of Medicine, Dept. Of Neurology)

Speakers and Topics:
• A 79-year-old male patient with MVR and AF presented with right ICA T-occlusion. It is the 110th minute and INR is 1.6. It is 03: 15. Interventionalist was called for thrombectomy, should we give IV tPA until s/he arrives?
Bilgehan Acar (Sakarya University Faculty of Medicine, Dept. of Neurology)

• A 75-year-old male patient underwent left carotid endarterectomy for amarosis fugax. Sudden right
hemiparesis and aphasia after 2 hours. At the 15th minute of the incident, NIHSS is 22, CT is normal, CTA left CCA, ICA, MCA occluded. What should we do??
Recep Baydemir (Erciyes University Faculty of Medicine, Dept. of Neurology)

• 69-year-old patient with left paramedian acute infarction on MRI with dysarthria and facial paralysis, admitted to the stroke unit with aspirin and clopidogrel loading. Progressively worsening right hemiparesis occurred within 3 hours. CT and CTA were checked and found normal. How should I treat?
Mine Sorgun (Ankara University Faculty of Medicine, Dept. of Neurology)

• 57-year-old patient with known symptomatic vertebral artery origin stenosis is undergoing cerebellar infaction while taking aspirin, clopidogrel and statin. How should I ensure prophylaxis?
Refik Kunt (İzmir Demokrasi University Faculty of Medicine, Dept. Of Neurology)