General Session

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 11

 
7:30AM-12:30PM        Live Surgery (Cleveland Clinic Florida) 
  see separate agenda, complimentary transportation provided no additional fee, registration required, space is limited
 
 
8:00AM-1:30PM          Scientific Paper Session (Marriott Harbor Beach)
  see separate agenda, registration required, abstract submission fee will apply for all submissions, no fee for observors
  
 
 
3:00-7:00PM            Registration opens (Marriott, Grand Ballroom Foyer)
 

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 12

Marriott Harbor Beach  |  Grand Ballroom
6:30 AM-8:30 AM                            Registration (Grand Ballroom Foyer)
9:00 AM                            Exhibits Open (Caribbean Ballroom) 
7:15 AM           ��                Welcome & Introduction
                           Steven D. Wexner, MD and Feza H. Remzi, MD
DEFINING AND MEASURING OUTCOMES TO IMPROVE PATIENT CARE
Moderator: Feza Remzi, MD
7:30 AM R. Rosenthal Mental conditioning in surgical education
7:45 AM B. Gurland Integrating patient reported outcomes into clinical care
8:00 AM F. Potenti Improving patient safety using reported data
8:15 AM J. Merlino Improving physician patient communication
8:30 AM E. Rullier Quality care is related to volume
8:45 AM J. Monson
Centers of excellence in rectal cancer - the European and
UK evidence and logic
9:00-9:30 AM Panel discussion / Q&A
9:30-9:45 AM Break (Exhibit Hall-Caribbean Ballroom)
AVOIDING AND MANAGING COMPLICATIONS
Moderator: John Monson, MD
9:45 AM S. Strong Presacral bleeding: prevention and management
10:00 AM T. Holm Perineal complications following abdominoperineal excision
10:15 AM A. Ukleja Nutrition therapy in enterocutaneous fistulae
10:30 AM E. Gorgun Surgical site infection
10:45 AM E. Weiss Minimizing postoperative pain
11:00 AM W. Bemelman Enhanced recovery and laparosocpy improve patient outcomes
11:15-11:45 AM Panel discussion / Q&A
Wexner for Agenda 11:45 AM F. Remzi Introduction of Dr. Steven Wexner
11:50 AM S. Wexner SILVER JUBILEE ORATION
Symptom severity scoring systems for incontinence
and constipation
12:30-1:15 PM Lunch (Oceanview Terrace)
Dessert and coffee served in Exhibit Hall
CHALLENGES IN CROHN'S DISEASE AND DIVERTICULITIS
Moderator: Scott Strong, MD
1:15 PM R. Charles Postoperative recurrence:  Can it be delayed, avoided or
prevented?
1:30 PM Z. Cohen IBD and biologics:  Complications and timing of surgery
1:45 PM A. Thorson Anorectal Crohn's disease
2:00 PM W. Bemelman Lavage or resection for perforated diverticulitis
2:15 PM D. Maron The role of endoscopic intraluminal stents in colorectal surgery
2:30 PM T. Young-Fadok When, why and how to operate on diverticulitis

2:45 PM                          L.       Stocchi              Evolution in Management of Diverticular Abscess

3:00-3:35 PM                                                      Panel discussion / Q&A

3:35-4:15 PM  Break (Exhibit Hall-Caribbean Ballroom)

4:15 PM                                                                Exhibits close



FUNCTIONAL AND DYSFUNCTIONAL OUTCOMES
Moderator: Tracy Hull, MD
4:15 PM S. Laurberg What are the real results after treatment of anal carcinoma?
4:30 PM A. Kuzu The influence of hysterectomy on pelvic floor function
4:45 PM P. Tsarkov (Lack of?) Quality following transperineal mesh repairs
5:00 PM L. Bordeianou
Bowel function following surgery for diverticulisis may be
worse than you think
5:15 PM E. Rullier Urogenital dysfunction after treatment of rectal cancer
5:30 PM K. Matzel Sacral neuromodulation for constipation
5:45-6:20 PM Panel discussion / Q&A
6:20 PM Adjourn

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13

Grand Ballroom
7:00 AM Breakfast  (Caribbean Ballroom Foyer)
7:00 AM Registration opens (Grand Ballroom Foyer)
9:00 AM Exhibits open  (Caribbean Ballroom)
RECTAL CANCER:  OPTIMIZING OUTCOMES
Moderator: Frederick Greene, MD
7:30 AM A. Lacy The evidence to support laparoscopic TME
7:45 AM E. Rullier To drain or not to drain after TME – that is the question
8:00 AM T. Holm Changing concepts in abdominoperineal excision
8:15 AM M. Berho
The synoptic pathology report: partnership with your pathologist 
in predicting patient prognosis
8:30 AM M. Kalady
Improving the efficacy of adjuvant therapy using molecular 
markers and genetic signatures
8:45 AM D. Dietz The OsTrich Initiative
9:00-9:35 AM Panel discussion / Q&A
9:35-10:15 AM Break (Exhibit Hall-Caribbean Ballroom)
RECTAL CANCER:  TIPS FOR SUCCESS
Moderator: Steven Wexner, MD
10:15 AM S. Laurberg Defining, managing, avoiding and treating low anterior
resection syndrome
10:30 AM P. Tsarkov Extending resection of locally advanced disease
10:45 AM L. Bordeianou Local excision of rectal carcinoma:  When and how
11:00 AM Y. Panis Redo surgery for failed low anterior and coloanal anastomosis
11:15 AM A. Lacy Mastering laparoscopic pelvic dissection
11:30 AM M. Kalady
(When) Is adjuvant therapy needed for stage II rectal carcinoma -
After neoadjuvant chemoradiation?
11:45 AM-12:15 PM Panel discussion / Q&A
Greene for Agenda 12:15 PM S. Wexner Introduction of Dr. Frederick Greene
12:20-1:00 PM F. Greene JAGELMAN ORATION
Quality benchmarks in colorectal cancer surgery
1:00 PM Lunch (Oceanview Terrace)
Dessert and Coffee served in Exhibit Hall
POUCHES:  WHAT HAVE WE LEARNED IN 35 YEARS?
Moderator: Neil Hyman, MD
2:00 PM P. Bejarano The diagnosis of dysplasia
2:15 PM R. Phillips Management of dysplasia in mucosal ulcerative colitis
2:30 PM Y. Panis The fate of pouches in patients with Crohn's disease
2:45 PM T. Young-Fadok Fertility after pouch surgery
3:00 PM F. Remzi Reoperative pouch surgery
3:15 PM S. Laurberg The effect of volume on results
3:30 PM Z. Cohen
Severity of disease at the distal resection margin:  A new risk 
factor for pouch leaks
3:45-4:30 PM Panel discussion / Q&A
4:30-5:15 PM Break  (Exhibit Hall-Caribbean Ballroom)


HOW THE EXPERTS SUCCEED:  VIDEOS
Moderator: Eric Weiss, MD
5:15 PM S. Cera Single port robotic colectomy
5:25 PM P. Tsarkov High ligation and D3 lymph node dissection
5:35 PM J. Marks Endoluminal surgery
5:45 PM A. Kuzu Entralevator abdominoperineal excision with mesh
5:55 PM D. Dietz Continent ileostomy
6:05 PM M. Costedio Single port pouch surgery
6:15 PM A. Vernava Mastering the difficult colonoscopy
6:25 PM S. Regadas TREMMS procedure for the treatment of rectocele
6:35-7:15 PM Panel discussion / Q&A
7:15 PM Adjourn
7:15-8:30 PM Welcome Cocktail Reception
Oceanview Terrace

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14

Grand Ballroom
7:00 AM Breakfast  (Caribbean Foyer)
7:00 AM Registration opens (Grand Ballroom Foyer)
9:00 AM Exhibits open  (Exhibit Hall)
COLON ADENOMAS, CARCINOMA AND POLYPOSIS SYNDROMES
Moderator: Robin Phillips, MD
7:30 AM E. Huang The molecular pathogenesis of polyposis syndromes
7:45 AM Z. Cohen
Twenty year follow-up of familial adenomatous polyposis 
patients with duodenal polyps:  Guidelines for management
8:00 AM M. Berho Biologic and molecular markers for staging colon carcinoma
8:15 AM M. Kalady Serrated polyps
8:30 AM H. Kessler Laparoscopy and colon cancer
8:45 AM K. Matzel Complete mesocolic excision:  The Erlangen experience
9:00 AM T. Holm Does complete mesocolic excision influence survival?
9:15-9:45 AM Panel Discussion
9:45-10:15 AM Break (Exhibit Hall-Caribbean Ballroom)
NATURAL ORIFICE TRANSANAL ENDOSCOPIC SURGERY:  A FALLACIOUS FANTASY OR A FANTASTIC FUTURE?
Moderator: Michael Stamos, MD
10:15 AM M. Li Results of a randomized controlled trial on hybrid NOTES
colectomy
10:30 AM R. Kennedy Full-thickness colonic excision
10:45 AM J. Marcet Transvaginal specimen extraction
11:00 AM A. Lacy Transanal TME
11:15 AM J. Monson Natural orifice specimen extraction (NOSE)
11:30 AM                             M.      Li                          Functional outcomes after robotic rectal cancer surgery

11:45 AM-12:15 PM Panel discussion / Q&A
Church for Agenda 12:15 PM F. Remzi Introduction of Dr. James Church
12:20-1:00 PM J. Church
TURNBULL ORATION
Hereditary Colorectal Cancer
1:00-2:00 PM Lunch (Oceanview Terrace)
Dessert and Coffee served in Exhibit Hall
PRO/CON DEBATE
Moderator: Tonia Young-Fadok, MD
DEBATE: The LIFT procedure…
2:00 PM J. Bleier     is underutilized
2:10 PM H. Abcarian     is overrated
DEBATE: The robot in colorectal surgery…
2:20 PM M. Li     is a miracle
2:30 PM R. Rosenthal     is a debacle
DEBATE: Perineal surgical approaches to rectal prolapse…
2:40 PM L. Bordeianou     are preferred
2:50 PM P. Lehur     are abhorred
DEBATE: The best option after a complete response to neoadjuvant
therapy is…
3:00 PM S. Nahas     observation
3:10 PM B. Orkin     operation
3:20-4:10 PM Panel discussion / Q&A
4:10-4:45 PM Break (Exhibit Hall-Caribbean Ballroom)
4:45 PM Exhibits close
MEET THE MASTERS:  VIDEOS
Moderator: David Dietz, MD
4:45 PM J. Bleier Technical tricks to ensure a successful LIFT procedure
4:55 PM P. Lehur Magnetic and sphincter
5:05 PM W. Chen Ligasure hemorrhoidectomy
5:15 PM L. Lara Endoscopic submucosal dissection
5:25 PM R. Kennedy Laparoscopic splenic flexure mobilization
5:35 PM H. Kessler Anatomic details of complete mesocolic excision
5:45 PM S. Regadas 3-D anorectal ultrasound
5:55-6:30 PM Panel discussion / Q&A
6:30 PM Adjourn

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15

Grand Ballroom
7:00 AM    Breakfast  (Caribbean Ballroom)
7:00 AM      Registration opens(Grand Ballroom Foyer)
MASTERING DIFFICULT DILEMMAS IN COLORECTAL SURGERY
Moderator:                    Bruce Orkin, MD
7:30 AM                M. Stamos   Avoiding anastomotic leak and stricture
7:45 AM W. Bemelman   Endosponge treatment of anastomotic leaks
8:00 AM N. Hyman   Spectrum of anastomotic leaks after low anterior resection
8:15 AM W. Chen   Managing obstructing colonic lesions
8:30 AM J. Nahas   Extended colorectal resections for advanced cancer
8:45 AM J. Nogueras   Colonic volvulus
9:00 AM L. Sands   Resection of presacral cysts and tumors
9:15-9:45 AM   Panel discussion / Q&A
9:45-10:15 PM   Break
FECAL INCONTINENCE AND RECTAL PROLAPSE: 
REVIEWING THE RESULTS AND REDEFINING THE ROLE(S) OF THE THERAPEUTIC OPTIONS
Moderator:                 Herand Abcarian, MD
10:15 AM T. Hull   Rectal prolapse surgery in the elderly
              10:30 AM B. Gurland     Robotic rectopexy
10:45 AM K. Matzel   Long-term outcomes of sacral neuromodulation
11:00 AM P. Lehur   Magnetic anal sphincter:  Is it the future?
11:15 AM G. da Silva   
  Injectable bulking agents and radiofrequency collagen
  remodeling
11:30 AM D. Sands   Does sphincteroplasty still have a role?
11:45 AM-12:15 PM   Panel discussion / Q&A
12:15 PM   Lunch  (Oceanview Terrace)
1:05 PM D. Maron   Award Presentation (Scientific Papers)
E. Gorgun
LEAKS, STRICTURES AND OBSTRUCTION:  MANAGEMENT AND AVOIDANCE
Moderator:                   David Maron, MD
1:15 PM M. Stamos   Surgical outcomes of hyperthermic intraperitoneal
  chemotherapy (HIPEC)
1:30 PM J. Izbicki   Limits of liver resection for metastatic disease
1:45 PM A. Tzakis   Small bowel transplant – rationale and results
2:00 PM J. Marks   Complex stoma care
2:15 PM M. Newman   Abdominal wall reconstruction
2:30 PM Y. Panis   Segmental reversal of the small bowel to treat short bowel
  syndrome
2:45-3:30 PM   Panel discussion / Q&A
3:30-4:00 PM     Refreshments available (Grand Ballroom Foyer)
ADVANCED ANORECTAL SURGERY
Moderator:                   Juan Nogueras, MD
4:00 PM                    Y. Tsujinaka   Rare benign rectal diseases
4:15 PM W. Chen   Energy devices in hemorrhoid surgery
4:30 PM A. Thorson   Reoperative anorectal surgery
4:45 PM N. Hyman   Outcomes after fistulotomy
5:00 PM R. Phillips   Gynecologic proctology
5:15 PM B. Orkin   Perineal reconstructive techniques
5:30 PM H. Abcarian   Complications after stapled hemorrhoidectomy: 
  Prevention and treatment
5:45 PM      L. Rosen   Anal stenosis
6:00-6:35 PM   Panel discussion / Q&A
6:35 PM   Adjourn

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 16

8:00AM-3:30PM
Advanced Transanal Surgery Workshop & Wet Lab  (Marriott Harbor Beach)
see separate agenda, registration required, additional fee will apply and 
space is limited

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