6th International Spine Tumor Days

May 20–21, 2022 • Dresden, Germany

6th International Spine Tumor Days

May 20–21, 2022 • Dresden, Germany

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Scientific programme

Friday – May 20, 2022

08:35–08:45
Room
Opening ceremony – Welcome „6th International Spine Tumor Days“
Saal Bellevue
08:45–09:30
Room
Chair
Session I – Molecular basis, imaging prognostic of spinal tumors
Saal Bellevue
Alexander C. Disch (Dresden/DE), Jan Stulik (Prague/CZ)
08:45An update of molecular pathology and genetic recurrence factors of bone sarcoma
Daniel Baumhoer (Basel/CH)
09:00En bloc Spondylectomy for solitary spinel metastases
Klaus-Dieter Schaser (Dresden/DE)
09:15PET Imaging of spinal tumors – What should spine surgeons know and be aware of?
Winfried Brenner (Berlin/DE)
09:30–10:00Coffee break
10:00–12:00
Room
Chair
Session II – Benign tumors & tumor like lesions – Resection and reconstruction techniques
Saal Bellevue
Klaus-Dieter Schaser (Dresden/DE)
10:00Resection of benign tumors and tumor like lesions in the cervical spine
Jan Stulik (Prague/CZ)
10:15Surgical management of aggressive spinal / vertebral hemangioma
Juan Antonio Martin-Benlloch (Valencia/ES)
10:25Endovascular management of aggressive spinal / vertebral hemangioma
Ralf-Thorsten Hoffmann (Dresden/DE)
10:40Osteoid-osteoma of the spine – Tips, tricks and limits of percutaneous ablation techniques
Federico Collettini (Berlin/DE)
10:55Benign pediatric spinal tumors – spectrum and treatment overview (Report from the AO knowledge forum Tumor)
Alexander C. Disch (Dresden/DE)
11:10Keynote lecture
The tactile Internet
Gerhard Fettweis (Dresden/DE)
12:00–12:30Lunch break
12:30–13:15
Room
Workshop I – Advanced techniques in spinal tumor treatment
Saal Bellevue
13:15–14:00

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Workshop II – Utility of 45S5 Bioactive Glass as Bone Graft Substitute in Orthpaedic Oncology and Metastatic Spine Disease
Saal Bellevue
Thomas Scharschmidt (Columbus/US)

14:00–15:30
Room
Chair
Session III – Spinal malignancies – Resection & Reconstruction Techniques
Saal Bellevue
Juan Antonio Martin-Benlloch (Valencia/ES)
14:00Local recurrencies – impact of underlying primary tumor biology on surgical
treatment
Alexander C. Disch (Dresden/DE)
14:15Role of navigation in spinal/ sacral tumor resection – rather obstructive than supportive
Hagen Fritzsche (Dresden/DE)
14:30Multisegmental thoracolumbar en bloc spondylectomy – surgical feasibility versus ongological usefulness?
Alessandro Luzzati (Milano/IT)
14:45Spinal tumors with involvement / encasement of large vessels patients – limit your challenge or challenging your limits?
Klaus-Dieter Schaser (Dresden/DE)
15:00Excision and spinopelvic reconstruction for sacral tumors – nothing can substitute experience…!
Aron Lazáry (Budapest/HU)
15:15Anterolateral approach to subaxial cervical vertebral artery
Abolfazi Rahimizadeh (Teheran/IR)
15:30–16:00Coffee break
16:00–16:30

 
Keynote lecture
Modern concepts in surgical treatment of spinal chordoma
Ziya L. Gokoslan (Providence/US)
16:30–17:50
Room
Chair
Session IV – Abstract session
Saal Bellevue
Markus Schultheiss (Ulm/DE), Cordula Netzer (Basel/CH)
16:30Complete resection of sticky ossified dorsal meningioma without neurovascular complications
Ali Hammed (Lattakia/SY)
16:40AKT1 E17K and NF2 mutations dominate spinal meningiomas WHO grade 1 and present distinct tumor features
Tareq Juratli (Dresden/DE)
16:50Results of differential surgical treatment of patients with spinal plasmacytomas
Murodjon Kosimshoev (Novosibirsk/RU)
17:00Spinal long-term biomechanical alterations after intramedullary tumors resection via laminectomy and laminoplasty
Dino Podlesek (Dresden/DE)
17:10Intraperative blood loss is significantly as sociated with early complications in cervical spine tumor surgery
Iulian-LAurentiu Tiripa (Karlsbad-Langensteinbach/DE)
17:20Epidemiology of surgically treated spinal tumors according to the German Society for Spine Surgery (DWG) registry
Sebastian Walter (Köln/DE)
17:30Case report for giant ilio-lumbosacral osteosarcoma: management by en bloc excision and spinopelvic fixation
Anna Weidlich (Dresden/DE)

Saturday – May 21, 2022

08:50–09:00
Room
Chair
Short information about the Spine Tumor Academy
Saal Bellevue
Klaus-Dieter Schaser (Dresden/DE)
09:00–10:00
Room
Chair
Session V – Complications and failures
Saal Bellevue
Alessandro Luzzati (Milano/IT), Klaus-Dieter Schaser (Dresden/DE)
09:00Spinal reconstruction failure in long term survivors – concepts for anterior fusion after multisegmental resection
Jeremy Reynolds (Oxford/GB)
09:15En bloc resection for malignant cervical spine tumors: a desparate or worthwhile endeavor?
Jeremy Reynolds (Oxford/GB)
09:30Managing sequalea of posterior approaches and wound complications – plastic coverage and flaps
Adrian Dragu (Dresden/DE)
09:45Intra-/ postoperative CSF leakage in extradural spinal tumor resection – Recognition, avoidance and management?
Florian Ringel (Mainz/DE)
10:00Local recurrencies – impact of underlying primary tumor biology on surgical treatment
Klaus-Dieter Schaser (Dresden/DE)
10:15–10:45Coffee Break
10:45–11:30
Room
Chair
Session VI – New trends and perspectives
Saal Bellevue
Aron Lazáry (Budapest/HU)
10:45Clinical results of proton-beam neo-/ adjuvant radiotherapy for primary spine/ paraspinal sarcomas
Esther Troost (Dresden/DE)
11:00Carbon-fiber implants for the treatment of spinal tumors – biomechanical characteristics combined with advantages for radiation planning, restaging imaging?
Florian Ringel (Mainz/DE)
11:15The NCT MASTER (Molecularly Aided Stratification for Tumor Eradication Research) program – role of precision oncology in sarcoma treatment
Stefan Fröhling (Heidelberg/DE)
11:30Summary and Farewell – “Dresden calling” – announcement of the 7th ISTD