3rd Biennial


Morris J Wosk Centre for Dialogue, Vancouver, BC
Delta Hotels by Marriott Vancouver Downtown Suites

OCTOBER 17-19, 2019

learning objectives

As a result of attending this program, the participant will be able to:

1.    Acquire a working knowledge of current ISSVA classification that can be applied to the diagnosis and management of vascular anomalies

2.    Clinically evaluate and appropriately identify/interpret the radiologic appearance of the more commonly encountered vascular anomalies

3.    Consider the roles and appropriately integrate medical and surgical multidisciplinary management in the care of the vascular anomaly patient

4.    Consider the characteristics, mode of action, indications, and safe use of various agents and techniques used in the management of vascular anomalies

5.    Identify and assess vascular anomaly lesion morphology, determine where and when percutaneous therapy is appropriate, and prescribe the optimal interventional radiologic technique(s) where possible

6.   Acquire knowledge to perform various sclerotherapeutic and embolic procedures in the treatment of vascular anomalies

7.    Recognize limitations and complications of various therapies and identify future areas of ongoing research for vascular anomalies



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