MIND & BRAIN - 61st International Neuropsychiatric Congress May 26th-29th, 2022. Virtual

Program

PROGRAM 2022

PROGRAM

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Program Booklet
 

 

Thursday, May 26th, 2022.

 

Thursday, May 26th Opening Ceremony
Plenary Lectures

Chairpersons: Martin Brüne & Francesco Benedetti & Osman Sinanović  
16:00-18:45 V. Demarin (Zagreb, Croatia): Neuroplasticity in Health and Disease
  K. Bechter (Günzburg, Germany): What mean the frequent minor CSF pathologies in severe mental disorders?
  M. Brüne (Bochum, Germany): Toward a truly Psychosomatic Medicine - why somatic comorbidity matters in psychiatric disorders
  O. Sinanović (Tuzla, BiH): Functional neurological disorders 
  F. Benedetti (Milan, Italy): Post-acute COVID depression and neurocognitive impairment: clinical presentation, brain MRI correlates, and treatment.
  E. Bilic (Zagreb, Croatia): Sleep disturbances in neuromuscular disorders
  Z.Lacković (Zagreb, Croatia): Botulinum toxin type A from the periphery to the brain: is it good or bad?
18:45-19:30 Neurogenetics Symposium
Chairpersons: Željka Krsnik & Fran Borovečki
  Ž. Krsnik (Zagreb, Croatia): Recent advances in genomic studies of the developing human brain: relevance for neurodevelopmental disorders
  F. Borovecki (Zagreb, Croatia): Neurogenomics of neurodegenerative diseases
19:30-20:00 Berlin-Chemie Menarini Satellite Symposium: 
NOAK razvijen po mjeri starijih bolesnika / iskustva iz kliničke prakse 
(in Croatian)


Friday, May 27th, 2022.

 
Friday May 27th  
14:30-16:00 Psychopathology School
Chairpersons
: Martin Brüne & Karl Becher
Dominique Endres: Autoimmune-mediated obsessive-compulsive disorder
Karl Bär: Central components of aberrant pain processing in anorexia nervosa
Margherita Bechi: Empathy for physical and psychological pain in borderline personality disorder: preliminary data
Martin Brüne: Somatic health of young people with borderline personality disorder
16:00-17:30 Graz Stroke Symposium Diagnosis and Treatment of Cardioembolic Stroke
Chairpersons: Kurt Niederkorn & Thomas Gattringer
  T. Gattringer (Graz, Austria): Introduction and overview on cardioembolic stroke 
  M. Kneihsl (Graz, Austria): Detection and treatment of atrial fibrillation in stroke patients 
  S. Horner (Graz, Austria): PFO-related stroke: recent guidelines on diagnosis and management 
  D. Scherr  (Graz, Austria): The perspective from interventional cardiology 
   
17:30-18:00 Pfizer Satellite Symposium (in Croatian)
Miljenko Crnjaković :  Secondary stroke prevention – from neurologist’s perspective
Frederic-Ivan Silconi: Case report
 
   
18:00-19:30 Neurodegenerative Diseases and Alzheimer's Disease Symposium
Chairpersons
: Vladimira Vuletic & Miroslav Cuturic
  G. Novotni (Skoplje, N. Macedonia): The complex interplay of COVID-19 and Alzheimer's Disease-a glimpse to the future
  M. Čuturić (Columbia, USA): Huntington’s Disease: Ongoing Clinical Trials Update
  N. Klepac (Zagreb, Croatia): Importance of early diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease in the light of emerging disease modifying therapy
  V. Vuletić (Rijeka, Croatia): Updates on Dystonia
19:30-20:00 Novartis Satellite Symposium: Innovating for multiple sclerosis and migraine together (in Croatian)
 
 
Saturday, May 28th, 2022.  
Saturday, May 28th Headache Symposium
Chairpersons
: Sonja Antić & Marjan Zaletel  
08:30-09:30 M. Zaletel (Ljubljana, Slovenia): Migraine Self-Reported Disability and  Impact of Mental Dimension of Health in Slovenia 
  S. Antic (Aarhaus, Denmark): Endovascular Treatment for Venous Sinus Stenosis in Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension
  H. Budinčević (Zagreb, Croatia): Migraine and stroke
09:30-11:00 Stroke Symposium
Chairpersons
: Anita Arsovska & Bojana Zvan
  M. Mijajlovic (Belgrade, Serbia): Role of ultrasonography in cerebral vasculitides diagnosis
  A. Arsovska (Skoplje, N. Macedonia): Stroke in pregnancy and puerperium: etiology, diagnosis and treatment
  B. Zvan (Ljubljana, Slovenia): The role of the mechanical revascularisation in the TeleKap network
  D. Bereczki (Budapest, Hungary): The effect of the COVID-19 pandemic on stroke care in Hungary
11:00:12:30 Multiple sclerosis symposium
Chairpersons
: Vanja Basic Kes & Uros Rot
  J. Drulovic (Belgrade, Serbia): Novelties in the treatment of multiple sclerosis
  U. Rot (Ljubljana, Slovenia): Neurological complications of immune checkpoint inhibitors
  E. Koutsouraki (Thessaloniki, Greece): Autonomiy nervous system disorders in multiple sclerosis 
  V. Bašić Kes (Zagreb, Croatia): Pregnancy and multiple sclerosis
   
12:30-13:45 Circadian control of inflammation pathways: PNEI approach
Chairpersons:
Vida Demarin & Sanja Toljan
  S. Toljan (Zagreb, Croatia): Circadian rhythm disruption in chronic pain syndrome
  V. Demarin (Zagreb, Croatia): Circadian rhythm disruption in neurodegenerative disorders  
  S. Morović (Zagreb, Croatia): Circadian  rhythm disruption in neuroinflammatory diseases 
13:45-15:00 Epilepsy Symposium
Charipersons: 
Iris Zavoreo & Ana Sruk
  I. Zavoreo (Zagreb, Croatia): Physical activity and epilepsy
  A. Sruk (Zagreb, Croatia): Impact of epilepsy on patients` psychosocial well-being
  M. Rakuša (Maribor, Slovenia): Cognitive impairment in people with epilepsy
   
15:15-16:00 Sports Psychiatry symposium 
Chairpersons: D. Marčinko &  T. Franić & V. Markser & S. Drmić
  V.Markser (Köln, Germany): Sports Psychiatry as medical Discipline and its Fields of Activities
  T.Franić (Split, Croatia): Sports Psychiatry in Croatia
16:00-18:30 Forensic Psychiatry and Personology Symposium  (D. Marčinko & N. Buzina)
  D. Marčinko: Narcissistic personality disorder in forensic psychiatry
  N. Buzina: Treatment of offenders not-guilty-by-reason-of-insanity in the Republic of Croatia – history, current affairs and the future
  V. Šendula Jengić: Some Obstacles in Forensic Psychiatry
  M. Bajs Janović: Insight in forensic Neuroscience
  A. Savić: Forensic Risk and Integration of Sequential Intercept Model in First-Episode Psychosis Program
  G. Arbanas: Female offenders not-guilty-by-reason-of-insanity
  M. Kudumija Slijepčević: Early Detachment from Primary Object and Patological Stealing – forensic discussion
18:30-20:00 HISPA Symposium
Chairpersons: Sandra Morović & Nebojša Tasić
Iveta Mintale (Riga, Latvia): Lifestyle and vascular health
Mima Georgijeva (Zagreb, Croatia): Cholesterol-Are we serious enough?
Yuriy Sirenko (Kiev, Ukraine): Changes of the Systemic Arterial Stiffness in Pulmonary Hypertension
Andrea Tomić, Radoslav Nikolić (Doboj, Bosnia and Hercegovina): Atrial fibrillation as a cause of stroke in diabetics
Miljenka Jelena Jurašić (Zagreb, Croatia): Cerebrovascular risk factors and recovery after stroke
 
 

 
Sunday, May 29th, 2022.  
 
Sunday, May 29th  
08:30-09:30 Pula MS Day (In Croatian)
Chairpersons: 
S. Butkovic Soldo & D.Janko Labinac & Sanja Tomasović
K. Bacic Baronica (Zagreb, Croatia): Multiple sclerosis and pain
D. Karnis: Creative workshops in MS rehabilitation
I. Kampic: Depression severity and its impact on quality of life in multiple sclerosis patients in Clinical Hospital Center Osijek - Croatia 
 
09:30-11:00 Psychopathology School - Part 2. 
Chairpersons
: Karl Bechter & Martin Brüne
Giulia Agostoni: Autistic symptoms in schizophrenia: tackling their co-occurrence and the impact on functional outcome
Federica Cuoco: Shake my hands and stand up: the role of grip strength and functional mobility in schizophrenia
Marta Bosia: Disentangling clinical profiles in schizophrenia through semi-structures speech analysis
Karl Bechter: What may the frequent CSF pathologies in affective and schizophrenic spectrum disorders mean? 
 
11:00-13:00 Neuropsychiatry Symposium
Chairpersons:
Ivica Šain & Hrvoje Budinčević 
M. Jakovljevic (Zagreb, Croatia): Resilience and Neurorestoratology in Psychiatry: Elusive Dreams Rolling on the Horizon
C. Scheiber (Ulm, Germany): Deficiency of anti-inflammatory macrophages in blood, increased IL-8 and exosomal miR-21 in the CSF may be functionally relevant biomarkers in Affective (AF) and Schizophrenic Spectrum (SZ) Disorders
S. Tomasović (Zagreb, Croatia): The prevalence of depression in dementia syndrome
S. Kaštelan (Zagreb, Croatia): Neuroophthalmological disorders associated with obstructive sleep apnoea
M. Prenc (Zagreb, Croatia): Diagnosing venous stroke : tips & tricks with neurological-radiological correlation
A. Mindoljevic Drakulic (Zagreb, Croatia): Transference and countertransference in the light of the student–teacher relationship
I. Mosic (Rijeka, Croatia): Cultivating calm mind in challenging circumstances
 
13:00-14:00 Best Poster Awards
14:00-15:00 Closing ceremony

 


Poster Session (viewing + up to 5 min video upload)
Chairpersons - raters: Kal Bechter, Kurt Niederkorn, Osman Sinanović, Ivica Šain 

Accepted Posters: 

POSTERS PSYCHIATRY.
1. INFLUENCE OF COVID-19 PANDEMIC ON THE INTENSITY OF ANXIETY IN PATIENTS WITH MENTAL DISORDERS.  Bojana Đukić, Nikola Lalović, Milan Latas
2. THE EARLY MALADAPTIVE SCHEMAS AND CLINICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF BREAST CANCER.  Olivera Žikić, Jelena Kostić, Gordana Nikolić.
3. POST-TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER AND RISK OF DEMENTIA: THEORETICAL REVIEW Mirko Dolić, Bojan Radojičić, Dejan Hristović.
4. ANTIDEPRESANT INDUCED SWEATING AND DIFFICULTIES IN TERMOREGULATION AS AN SIDE EFFECT IN TREATMENT OF OBSSESIVE COMPULSIVE DISORDER.  Manusheva Nensi, Babinkostova Zoja, Stefanovski Branislav. 
5. TREATMENT RESPONSE PREDICTOR EVALUATION OF SERUM CORTISOL, DHEA-S AND THEIR RATIO IN ACUTE SCHIZOPHRENIA Zoja Babinkostova, Nensi Manusheva, Branislav Stefanovski
6. DOES COVID-19 INFECTION PROMOTE OR EXACERBATE DEPRESSION OR DEMENTIA IN 64-YEAR-OLD FEMALE PATIENT? CASE REPORT.
7. ONEIROID CATATONIA DUE TO THE USAGE OF SPICE: THE CASE STUDY Olena Pityk, Antonina Pushko. Ivano-Frankivsk National Medical University, Department of Psychiatry, Narcology and Medical Psychology, Ivano-Frankivsk, Ukraine.
8. OSDI QUESTIONNAIRE AS AN INDICATOR OF TEAR FILM DYSFUNCTION IN PATIENTS WITH SCHIZOPHRENIA.  Bakija Ivana. 
9.  LINGUISTIC RELATIVITY AND META CONCEPTUAL PRESCRIPTIVE MODES IN PSYCHIATRIC PRACTICE - A GEDANKEN NOTE. Sriram Balasubramanian. 
10. FAMILY PSYCHOLOGICAL REHABILITATION OF ATO SOLDIERS  Antonina Pushko, Igor Todoriv.
11. CHRONIC TRAUMATIC ENCEPHALOPATHY (CTE) AND SUICIDE.  Luka Pavlinac, Danijela Mosković, Mirta Peček, Marijana Peček Vidaković. 
12. DETECTION OF KLEINFELTER'S SYNDROME IN THE PATIENT WITH ASPERGER SYNDROME.  Natalia Ustinova, Natalia Jourkova, Leyla Namazova-Baranova. 
13. ANOREXIA NERVOSA AS PRESENTED IN FILMS FROM THE PSYCHODYNAMIC PERSPECTIVE.  Lea Tomašić, Jelena Krpan, Stanislav Matačić. 
14. ALTERED N-GLYCOSYLATION OF BLOOD AND BRAIN PROTEINS IS ASSOCIATED WITH VULNERABILITY TO STRESS Thomas Klarić, Csilla Fazekas, Eszter Sipos, Bibiá Török, Manon Bellardie, Gordana Erjave, Gordan Lauc, Nela Pivac, Dóra Zelena. 
15. FTO GENE ASSOCIATION WITH DEPRESSION – DOES FTO GEN AFFECT OBESITY IN PATIENTS WITH DEPRESSION  Ana Marija Popović, Filip Mustač, Martina Matovinović, Darko Marčinko. 
16. AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL MEMORY IN CHRONIC SCHIZOPHRENIA: AN 8-YEAR FOLLOW-UP STUDY.  Christina J. Herold, Céline Z. Duval, Johannes Schröder 
17. NEUROTOXICITY DUE TO CHRONIC LITHIUM TOXICITY: TREAT THE PATIENT, NOT THE NUMBERS.  Stefania Kalampokini, Artemios Artemiadis, Panagiotis Bargiotas, Christina Argyropoulou, George D. Vavougios, Panagiotis Zis, Georgios M. Hadjigeorgiou. 
18. APPROACH TO NARCISSISTIC RAGE AS A MOTIVE FOR RAGE-TYPE MURDER. Eva Podolski, Filip Mustač, Darko Marčinko
19. COGNITIVE DEFICITS IN PERSONALITY DISORDERS AND VIOLENT BEHAVIOR RISK.  Nazmie Ibishi Musliu, Tringa Krasniqi, Elbasan Ahmeti
20. PARKINSON'S PSYCHOSIS: A CASE REPORT. Mirela Grgić, Ivana Grgić, Nina Brdar
21. THE IMPACT OF THE COVID 19 PANDEMIC ON THE USERS OF THE SERVICES IN THE MENTAL HEALTH CENTERS WITHIN PHО PSYCHIATRIC HOSPITAL IN DEMIR HISAR, NORTH MACEDONIA. Valentina Talevska, Angela Ristevski 
 
POSTERS NEUROLOGY.
22. CONSTANT HEADACHE AFTER COVID-19. Ana Golez. 
23. MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS AND NEUROGENIC BOWEL DYSFUNCTION.  Tudor Katarina Ivana, Mustac Filip, Pasic Hanna, Mijic Sime, Bosnjak Pasic Marija. 
24. EFFECTS OF CHRONIC ALCOHOL EXPOSURE ON HEAT STRESS SURVIVAL IN TRANSGENIC CAENORHABDITIS ELEGANS (C. ELEGANS) MODEL OF HUNTINGTON’S DISEASE (HD).  Gregory King, Miroslav Cuturic. 
25. THE IMPORTANCE OF THE SUBPLATE FORMATION PERIOD IN HUMAN CORTICOGENESIS AND THE POTENTIAL PATHOGENESIS OF NEURODEVELOPMENTAL DISORDERS.  Alisa Junaković, Janja Kopić, Ivica Kostović, Željka Krsnik. 
26. CEREBROVASCULAR DISEASES AND NOCTURNAL DIPPING PROFILE.  Vesna Đermanović Dobrota, Ingrid Prkačin,Juraj Jug, Vesna Lukinović-Škudar, Sandra Vučković - Rebrina, Ivana Jurca, Silva Butković Soldo, Martina Lovrić. 
27. ANTITHROMBOTIC THERAPY AND RECURRENT STROKE IN PATIENTS WITH ATRIAL FIBRILLATION.  Dorotea Vidaković, Ivanka Maduna, Hrvoje Budinčević. 
28. METHODOLOGY, CHARACTERISTICS, AND CLINICAL VALIDITY OF POSTERIOR ROOT MUSCLE REFLEX IN THE MUSCLES OF LOW EXTREMITIES.  Julija Rimac, Vedran Deletis, Davor Jančuljak, Biserka Kovač. 
29. POST-COVID- 19 SYNDROME ASSOCIATED WITH EPSTEIN-BARR VIRUS (EBV) REACTIVATION- A CASE REPORT.  Dobrinka Petković, Borislav Vuković. 
30. ANTITHROMBOTIC THERAPY AND FIRST-EVER ISCHEMIC STROKE IN PATIENTS WITH ATRIAL FIBRILLATION.  Ivanka Maduna, Dorotea Vidaković, Hrvoje Budinčević.
31. ACCUMULATION OF PHOSPHORYLATED TAU CONTRIBUTES TO CORTICAL PATHOLOGY FOLLOWING TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY IN MICE.  Tamara Janković, Petra Dolenec, Kristina Pilipović.
32. DIFFUSE AXONAL INJURY-TWO CASE REPORTS.  Andela Babic, Robert Baronica, Tina Tomić Mahečić. 
33. LOWER COGNITIVE RESERVE AS A SIGN OF HISTORICAL GENDER INEQUALITY Danijel Slavić, Zlatko Božić, Goran Knezović, Jelena Dangić, Aleksandra Popović. 
34. DIAGNOSIS OF THE EARLY STAGE CEREBRITIS BY MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING: A CASE REPORT Govori Valbona, Rexhepi Kastriot, Kutllovci Arben. 
35. PROTECTIVE IMPORTANCE OF COGNITIVE RESERVE IN COGNITIVE AGING.  Danijel Slavić, Sanela Popović, Tijana Vujanić Stankov, Marija Stamenković. 
36. SOCIAL ANXIETY DISORDER IN PATIENTS WITH MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS.  Danijela Mosković, Luka Pavlinac, Mirta Peček, Marijana Peček Vidaković. 
37. RELEASING DYNAMIC OF SERUM CALPROTECTIN IS NOT SIGNIFICANT IN PREDICTING ISCHEMIC STROKE OUTCOME.  Ana Sruk, Hrvoje Budinčević, Ana-Maria Šimundić, Lora Dukić, Tena Sučić Radovanović, Helena Čičak, Daria Pašalić. 
38. PILOCYTIC ASTROCYTOMA IN A 42-YEAR-OLD MALE: A CASE REPORT.  Andrija Meštrović, Hrvoje Budinčević, Ana Sruk, Ivana Brnadić, Gordana Sičaja, Zurap Raifi, Berislav Ruška, Fabijan Đumbir 
39. ENCEPHALOPATHY CAUSED BY ALPRAZOLAM WITHDRAWAL SYNDROME-A CASE REPORT. Fabijan Đumbir, Ana Sruk, Hrvoje Budinčević, Zurap Raifi, Gordana Sičaja, Berislav Ruška, Andrija Meštrović. 
40. PHARMACOGENETICS OF ANTICONVULSIVE MEDICATIONS: REVIEW. Dorian Laslo, Suzana Mimica.
41. MRI PERFUSION QUANTIFICATION OF MOUSE BRAIN USING DYNAMIC SUSCEPTIBILITY CONTRAST IMAGING Rok Ister, Siniša Škokić, Helena Justić, Marina Radmilović Dobrivojević, Srećko Gajović.
42. INTRAUTERINE CMV INFECTION AND BRAIN: A CASE REPORT. Nikola Gotovac, Marta Gotovac, Snježana Kaštelan. 
43. ZONISAMIDE CAUSED ACUTE RENAL FAILURE IN 69-YEAR-OLD FEMALE PATIENT. Zurap Raifi, Berislav Ruška, Ana Sruk.
44. SPECTACULAR SHRINKING DEFICIT: A CASE REPORT. Slaven Lasić, Filip Đerke, Jasna Badžak, Petra Bago Rožanković, Davor Sporiš, Silvio Bašić. 
45. TREATMENT OF ANOMIE IN PATIENTS WITH WERNICKE'S APHASIA. Tanja Milovanovic, Mile Vukovic.
46. LOW SERUM 25-HYDROXYVITAMIN D CONCENTRATION AND ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE RISK IN PATIENTS WITH TYPE-2 DIABETES MELLITUS. Betul Sumbul-Sekerci, Ozlem Gelisin, Abdusselam Sekerci 
 

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