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POSTER SESSION I (7:30-9:00 PM)

Trainee Poster Competition Judges:  Mark Chapleau, Victoria Claydon, Roy Freeman, Qi Fu, David Jardine, Horacio Kaufmann, Lucy Norcliffe-Kaufmann, Vera Novak, Satish Raj, David Robertson, Wolfgang Singer & Jens Tank

Room: CORONADO CDE


ORTHOSTATIC HYPOTENSION & SYNCOPE


Poster #1
Effect of droxidopa on fear of falling
L.A. Hewitt, S. Isaacson, C. François, G. Peng, G.J. Rowse
Deerfield, IL, USA

Poster #2
The new face of baroreflex failure in 2016
K. Carter, B.D. Levine
Dallas, TX, USA

Poster #3
Utility of electroencephalography (EEG) during tilt table evaluation for syncope
S. Muppidi, M. Miglis, B. Razavi, S. Jaradeh
Palo Alto, CA, USA

Poster #4
Dissociation between peripheral hemodynamic responses and central regulatory autonomic feedback mechanisms in treated hypertensive patients during orthostasis in comparison to healthy control subjects
S.F.S. Al-Rawas, H.N. Al-Mahrouqi
Muscat, Oman

Poster #5
Orthostatic heart rate changes in young patients with vasovagal syncope
M.S. Medow, S. Merchant, M. Suggs, C. Terilli, J.M. Stewart
Valhalla, NY, USA

Poster #6
Cardiovascular components of pressor response to isometric handgrip exercise in vasovagal syncope
J. Idiaquez, J.F. Idiaquez, R. Iturriaga
Vina del Mar, Chile

Poster #7
The relationship between symptoms and blood pressure in individuals with orthostatic hypotension
C. Gibbons, R. Freeman
Boston, MA, USA

Poster #8
Progressive orthostatic hypotension and reduced vasomotor reactivity in patients with vasovagal syncope
O. Mamontov, A.V. Kozlenok, M.I. Bogachev, E. Shlyakhto
St. Petersburg, Russia

Poster #9
Implementing a program to reduce the burden of orthostatic hypotension in patients of a neurology clinic
M.K. Jeroudi, M. Chang, S. Philip, P. O’Suilleabhain
Dallas, TX, USA

Poster #10
Cerebrovascular responses to the Valsalva maneuver in pediatric patients with vasovagal syncope
B.C.D. Hockin, M.G. Lloyd, C.L. Protheroe, K. Armstrong, S. Sanatani, V.E. Claydon
Burnaby, BC, Canada

Poster #11
Usefulness of lower body negative pressure in the clinical autonomic laboratory
J.A. Palma, L. Norcliffe-Kaufmann, C. Fuente Mora, J. Martinez, H. Kaufmann
New York, NY, USA

GENETIC AUTONOMIC DISORDERS

Poster #12
Familial dysautonomia: a disease with hidden tears
C. Mendoza-Santiesteban, L. Norcliffe-Kaufmann, J.A. Palma, H. Kaufmann
New York, NY, USA

Poster #13
Afferent baroreflex failure and lack of nocturnal blood pressure dipping: a mystery solved?
J. de Jong, L. Norcliffe-Kaufmann, B. Tijero, J.-A. Palma, H. Kaufmann
Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Poster #14
Serum chloride levels and electrodermal activity in hereditary sensory and autonomic neuropathy type III
J. Martinez, J.A. Palma, L. Norcliffe-Kaufmann, H. Kaufmann
New York, NY, USA

Poster #15
Beta-adrenergic agonists vs. anti-cholinergics in obstructive lung disease in familial dysautonomia: A controlled clinical trial
L. Norcliffe-Kaufmann, B. Bar-Aluma, C. Fuente Mora, J. Martinez, O. Efrati, H. Kaufmann
New York, NY, USA

AUTONOMIC FAILURE

Poster #16
Predictors of response to droxidopa in patients with neurogenic orthostatic hypotension
J.A. Palma, J. Martinez, M. Perez, L. Norcliffe-Kaufmann, H. Kaufmann
New York, NY, USA

Poster #17
Vagal and adrenergic baroreflex sensitivity induced by Valsalva Maneuver in patients of SCA1, SCA2 and SCA3
D. Tamuli, A.K. Jaryal, A.K. Srivastava, K.K. Deepak
New Delhi, India

Poster #18
The influence of subthalamic nucleus deep brain stimulation and levodopa on cardiovascular autonomic function in patients with Parkinson’s disease
K. Li, R. Haase, H. Rüdiger, M. Reimann, H. Reichmann, M. Wolz, T. Ziemssen
Dresden, Germany

Poster #19
Impedance plethysmography testing reveals different vascular responses during orthostatis in Parkinson’s disease and multiple system atrophy with parkinsonism
S. Roy, A.K. Jaryal, A.K. Srivastava, K.K. Deepak
Erlangen, Germany

Poster #20
Long-term effects of deep brain stimulation on autonomic function in patients with Parkinson’s disease
C.-C. Huang, Y.-F. Chen, W.-F. Chen, F.-Y. Shih, Y.-Y. Chang
Kaohsiung, Taiwan

Poster #21
Repetitive somato-sensory mechanical stimulation decreases cardiovascular sympathetic activity and blood pressure in Parkinson’s disease
F. Barbic, M. Bulgheroni, M. Minonzio, R. Zamuner, C.P. Andrade, M. Corato, S. Lalli, F. Dipaola, R. Furlan
Rozzano, Italy

Poster #22
Electrodermal activity in synucleinopathies
J. Martinez, J.A. Palma, J.C. Gomez-Esteban, L. Norcliffe-Kaufmann, A. González, M.A. Acera, B. Tijero, I. Gabilondo, H. Kaufmann
New York, NY, USA

Poster #23
REM behavior disorder in pure autonomic failure
M.G. Miglis, S. Muppidi
Palo Alto, CA, USA

Poster #24
Growth hormone responses to clonidine stimulation differentiates between multiple system atrophy and pure autonomic failure
V. Iodice, F. Valerio-Silva, L. Watson, A. Owens, C.J. Mathias, E. Vichayanrat
London, UK

Poster #25
Haemodynamic responses to the somatostatin analogue, octreotide, in patients with pre and post ganglionic lesions of the autonomic nervous system
F. Valerio-Silva, E. Vichayanrat, G.T. Ingle, E.M. Hagen, C.J. Mathias, V. Iodice
London, UK

Poster #26
AAS-Lundbeck Travel Fellowship Award
Pure autonomic failure and Lewy body dementia: red flags of evolution to a widespread alpha synucleinopathy
F. Valerio-Silva, E. Vichayanrat, A. Owens, L. Watson, C.J. Mathias, V. Iodice
London, UK

Poster #27
The natural history study of synucleinopathies
H. Kaufmann, L. Norcliffe-Kaufmann, G. Wenning, J.A. Palma, F. Krismer, W. Singer, V. Iodice, A. Albanese, A. Antonini, K. Bhatia, P. Cortelli, R. Freeman, R. Furlan, C. Gibbons, D.S. Goldstein, J.C. Gomez-Esteban, A. Iranzo, S. Jaradeh, U.J. Kang, H.J. Kim, M.R. Luquin, M. Merello, M. Miglis, P. Pastor, M.T. Pellecchia, A.C. Peltier, J. Schmahmann, C.A. Shibao, S. Vernino, R. Walsh, D. Robertson, I. Biaggioni, P.A. Low
New York, NY, USA

Poster #28
Baseline supine norepinephrine levels predict the improvement in orthostatic symptoms after atomoxetine in patients with neurogenic orthostatic hypotension
C.A. Shibao, L. Norcliffe-Kaufmann, H. Kaufmann, I. Biaggioni
Nashville, TN, USA

Poster #29
Elevated cerebrospinal fluid ratios of cysteinyl-dopamine/3,4-dihydroxyphenylacetic acid in parkinsonian synucleinopathies
D.S. Goldstein, C. Holmes, P. Sullivan, Y. Jinsmaa, I.J. Kopin, Y. Sharabi
Bethesda, MD, USA

Poster #30
Biomarkers of catecholaminergic neurodegeneration predict Parkinson’s disease. Results at 3 years of follow-up in the NINDS PDRisk study
D.S. Goldstein, C. Holmes, G.J. Lopez, T. Wu, Y. Sharabi
Bethesda, MD, USA

AUTONOMIC REGULATION: BASIC SCIENCE & ANIMAL STUDIES

Poster #31
Homeostasis, biocybernetics, and autonomic neuroscience
D.S. Goldstein, I.J. Kopin
Bethesda, MD, USA

Poster #32
Cytokine abnormalities in young patients with autonomic dysfunction
R. Martinez, J. Lankford, M.T. Numan, I.J. Butler
Houston, TX, USA

Poster #33
The impact of baroreflex on the dynamic renal vascular mechanical properties and renal circulatory regulation
T. Nishikawa, T. Arimura, K. Fujii, M. Shinoda, T. Tohyama, K. Yoshida, H. Tsutsui, K. Saku, T. Kishi, K. Sunagawa
Fukuoka, Japan

Poster #34
Identification of open loop transfer function of baroreflex using the power spectral analysis of arterial pressure
H. Mannoji, K. Saku, T. Nishikawa, T. Tohyama, Y. Oga, K. Abe, K. Kamada, T. Kishi, H. Tsutsui, K. Sunagawa
Fukuoka, Japan

Poster #35
Left ventricular hypertrophy induced heart failure inhibits the hypothalamic paraventricular nucleus neurotransmission to parasympathetic cardiac vagal neurons of the brainstem
J. Dyavanapalli, D. Mendelowitz
Washington, DC, USA

Poster #36
AAS-Lundbeck Travel Fellowship Award
Cardiac autonomic function impairment in concussed adolescents during a sit-to-stand protocol
M.E. Moir, K.C. Abbott, S.A. Fischer, J. Elfassy, L.K. Fischer, D.D. Fraser, J.K. Shoemaker
London, ON, Canada

Poster #37
Unable to attend

Poster #38
Imidazoline receptor agonist rilmenidine reverses synergistic pro-oxidant actions of angiotensin II and MsrA deficiency: implications in dysautonomia and hypertension
R. Sabharwal, R.N. El Accaoui, R.M. Weiss, M.K. Davis, F.M. Abboud, M.W. Chapleau
Iowa City, IA, USA

Poster #39
Ang-(1-7) improves autonomic function, delays disease progression, and increases lifespan in superoxide dismutase 1 (SOD1) mice with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
L. Yang, L. Gutmann, R. Sabharwal
Iowa City, IA, USA

Poster #40
Autonomic influence on myocardial repolarisation analysed from T-waves in the ECG
A.-B. Mehlsen, M. Cesario, H.B.D. Soerensen, J. Mehlsen
Copenhagen, Denmark

POSTURAL ORTHOSTATIC TACHYCARDIA SYNDROME

Poster #41
Is autonomic dysfunction a possible side effect to vaccination against human papilloma virus?
J. Mehlsen, K. Pors, L.S. Brinth
Frederiksberg, Denmark.

Poster #42
Electrodermal activity during head-up tilt in patients with POTS
S. Balegh, M. Robin, J. Benoit, B. Ditto, R. Schondorf
Montrea, QC, Canada

Poster #43
Ivabradine: a potential treatment in postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (POTS)
H. Mistry, S. Eziukwu, M.M. Ahsan, A. Butt, S. Hamid, A. Suleman
McKinney, TX, USA

Poster #44
Nutcracker syndrome of left renal vein in postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (POTS)
H. Mistry, S. Lingampally, A. Butt, S. Hamid, S. Eziukwu, A. Suleman, J. Bard
McKinney, TX, USA

Poster #45
A case report on a novel mutation in Ehlers-Danlos syndrome (EDS) and postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (POTS)
H. Mistry, S. Eziukwu, A. Butt, A. Suleman
McKinney, TX, USA

Poster #46
A case study on the usefulness of autonomic test screening in Lyme disease
H. Mistry, M.M. Ahsan, A. Butt, S. Eziukwu, A. Suleman, R. Wilson
McKinney, TX, USA

Poster #47
Therapeutic trial of Midodrine in non-postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (POTS) patients with orthostatic intolerance
S. Eziukwu, H. Mistry, M.M. Ahsan, A. Butt, A. Suleman
McKinney, TX, USA

Poster #48
Heart rate dynamics in postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome
P. Kumar, S. Gupta , B. Kaul, S. Raghavan
New Delhi, India

Poster #49
Quantitative assessment of autonomic symptom burden in postural tachycardia syndrome
M. Friesz, N. Rea, C.L. Campbell, E.Palmer, M.M. Cortez
Salt Lake City, UT, USA

Poster #50
Biofeedback intervention in pediatric patients with postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (POTS)
K.J. Homan, C. Harbeck-Weber, M. Hord, J. O’Connor
Rochester, MN, USA

Poster #51
Vagal dysfunction in patients with neuropathic POTS
G. Jacob, L. Diedrich, K. Sato, S.R. Raj, D. Robertson, I. Biaggioni, A. Diedrich
Tel Aviv, Israel

Poster #52
Chronic intravenous hydration as a treatment for adults with refractory postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome
D.S. Saperstein
Phoenix, AZ, USA

Poster #53
“Which came first – the chicken or the egg?” Vitamin D deficiency in POTS patients
A. Luehrs, C.-A. Haensch
Moenchengladbach, Germany

Poster #54
The diagnostic experience in postural tachycardia syndrome: insights from a cross-sectional community-based survey
S.R. Raj, L. Stiles, B. Shaw, E.A. Green, C.A. Dorminy, C.A. Shibao, L.E. Okamoto, E.M. Garland, A. Gamboa, A. Diedrich, I. Biaggioni, D. Robertson
Calgary, AB, Canada

Poster #55
Carbidopa fails to decrease urinary sodium excretion or improve orthostatic tachycardia in postural tachycardia syndrome
E.M. Garland, J.E. Celedonio, V. Nwazue, S.Y. Paranjape, B.K. Black, A. Diedrich, D. Robertson, S.R. Raj
Nashville, TN USA