2nd World AVM Congress: A Congress focused on Brain AVMs for Neurologists, Neurosurgeons, Radiotherapists and Interventional Neuroradiologists
Brain arterio venous malformations are highly complex vascular lesions that may have devastating consequences, and that require often multidisciplinary approaches and decisions.
Knowledges on physiopathology, biology, or natural history of these diseases are still in progress or controversial, even if considerable advancements have been achieved over the past decade, allowing improved managements of the patients.
The aim of the 2nd World AVM meeting is to focus on the latest information available about arteriovenous malformations of the brain. It will gather recognized experts in their field in order to allow them to share their experiences and to discuss the potential benefits that can be currently brought to our patients.
The 1st World AVM Congress held in Edinburgh in 2012 was a true success and the participants expressed their interest in such a multidisciplinary meeting devoted to this complex lesion.
We hope to see you in Nancy in June 2014 to continue the discussion that began last year and we look forward to welcoming you for more advanced debates.
Serge Bracard, Chair
Georges Rodesch, Co-Chair