Despite the ever-changing obstacles from pandemic to war, MENC, the neurointerventional community of Mid-Eastern Europe continues its mission to support the development and promote the application of new minimally invasive techniques that have already become the main basic techniques in many neurovascular pathologies in the vast majority of European countries.
From subarachnoid hemorrhage to ischemic stroke, complex vascular malformations and neoformations all benefit today from the indisputable contribution of endovascular techniques.
We notice this during our annual MENC meetings in which colleagues and friends from different corners of Europe shake hands and discuss face to face all aspects of their work.
Today we cannot conceive a medical system, for example, without the endovascular treatment of cerebral aneurysms or without the endovascular treatment of ischemic stroke, etc.
It is therefore our duty to pass on our knowledge, to explain failures, to share successes, to question ourselves and to find explanations.
In our activity we meet daily with common aspects, from classic, simple to solve but also with new problems, never encountered, difficult situations and we want with this 17th meeting to make even more visible the importance of the neurointerventional field.
Iasi, the cultural and historical capital of Romania will be in this period an important neurovascular pole where neuro friends will meet.
As in the past, the meeting will be supported by the European Foundation of Minimally Invasive Neurological Therapy (EFMINT).
Don’t forget to put in your schedule October 20 – 21, Iasi, Romania, MENC go further.