Date: Thursday 26 September 2013
Time: 13:00 - 14:30
Location: Exhibition area

Chair: Kaspars Snippe

Panel review of half of the best posters:

  • LTP01: Biofeedback - effectiveness in the management of faecal incontinence? - Craig Rimmer (Sandwell and West Birmingham Hospitals NHS Trust, UK)
  • LTP02: Modified Orr-Loygue (limited posterior/ventral rectopexy) results in superior improvement in bowel function-related quality of life and reduced need for secondary posterior STARR compared to laparoscopic ventral rectopexy - MP Gosselink (Oxford University Hospital, UK)
  • LTP03: Faecal incontinence in Singapore: an Asian cross-sectional population study - Mark Wong (Dept of Colorectal Surgery, Singapore General Hospital, Singapore)
  • LTP04: Chronic pain and quality of life after rectal cancer treatment - Marie-Louise Feddern (Aarhus University Hospital, Denmark)
  • LTP05: Non transplantation surgical approach for chronic intestinal pseudo obstruction: analysis of 63 adults consecutive cases - Charles Sabbagh (Beaujon Hospital, France)
  • LTP06: Impact of a 7-day sacral nerve stimulation on rectal mucosa and neuromuscular transmission: results from a preclinical porcine model - Emilie Duchalais (Digestive and Endocrine Surgery department, University Hospital, France and Inserm, U913, France)
  • LTP07: A new method to repair recto-vaginal fistula; Use of Human Amniotic Membrane - Reza Roshanravan (Colorectal Research Center, Shiraz University of Medical Sciences, Iran)
  • LTP08: Sacral nerve stimulation for the treatment of faecal urgency and incontinence following low rectal anastomosis - Alistair Sharples (University Hospital of North Staffordshire, UK)
  • LTP09: Sexual function and female fecundity after ileal pouch-anal anastomosis. Results for 78 patients - Jeremie Lefevre (Hopital Saint-Antoine, France)
  • LTP10: Is laparoscopy safe and useful in patients with acute colitis complicating inflammatory bowel disease ? A meta-analysis in 478 patients. - Léon Maggiori (Beaujon Hospital, France)
  • LTP11: Comparative outcomes of single-port and multi-port urgent total colectomy for colitis resistant to medical therapy - John P. Burke (Beaumont Hospital, Ireland)
  • LTP12: Abundance of sulphate reducing bacteria correlates to a reduction in sulphated mucins within the inflamed colitic colon - Áine Balfe (School of Medicine and Medical Science University College Dublin, Ireland)
  • LTP13: Long-term outcome of anal ulceration in Crohn’s disease - Timothee Wallenhorst (Pontchaillou University Hospital, France)
  • LTP14: Laparoscopic versus open restorative proctocolectomy - a systematic review and meta-analysis - Prashant Singh (Faculty of Medicine, Imperial College London, UK)
  • LTP15: Perforated diverticulitis in the immunosuppressed patient - Thomas Golda (University Hospital Bellvitge, Spain)
  • LTP16: Correlation between pouch function and sexual function in patients with IPAA - Marie Louise Sunde (University of Oslo, Norway and Akershus University Hospital, Norway)
  • LTP17: Post-operative non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs and risk of anastomotic leak - Aneel Bhangu (Royal Marsden Hospital, Imperial College London, UK)
  • LTP18: Risk stratification factors and scoring systems for lower gastrointestinal bleeding: systematic review - J.E.F. Fitzgerald (Chelsea & Westminster Hospital, UK)
  • LTP19: What are the predictive factors of discharge within 24 hours after emergency laparoscopic appendectomy? Retrospective study of 468 cases in 3 years - Jeremie Lefevre (Hopital Saint-Antoine, France)
  • LTP20: Physiological stress determined by Heart Rate Variability during Total Mucosal Excision (TME): will operating be the death of us? - Keaton Jones (Royal Derby Hospital, UK)
  • LTP21: The stepwise approach to laparoscopic colorectal resections - making training safer - Pawan Kumar Dhruva Rao (Prince Charles Hospital, UK)
  • LTP22: Short-term outcomes in ELAPE with flap reconstruction vs conventional APER: better or worse? - Ella Teasdale (Royal Preston Hospital, UK)
  • LTP23: Elderly patients colorectal surgical mortality assessed by P-POSSUM - Rui Marinho (Cirurgia B, Hospital Prof. Dr. Fernando Fonseca, Portugal)
  • LTP24: 'Active compliance’ within an ERAS protocol: altering perspective to predict outcome - C Thorn (St. Mark' Hospital, UK and Great Western Hospital, UK)
  • LTP25: Assessment of national and international trends in hospital admissions for gastrointestinal fistulation: data from England and Wales, the United States of America and Australia - Alexander Hotouras (Academic Surgical Unit, National Centre for Bowel Research and Surgical Innovation, Barts Health NHS Trust, UK)
  • LTP26: Ileorectal or ileosigmoid anastomosis: functional outcomes and quality of life: a retrospective study of 338 procedures - Jeremie Lefevre (Hopital Saint-Antoie, France)
  • LTP27: Laparoscopic assesment tool (LCAT) for the teaching of laparoscopic colorectal surgery at the registrar level - Frederic Ris (Geneva University Hospitals, Switzerland)
  • LTP28: The results of vertical reduction rectoplasty in idiopathic megarectum surgical treatment - Denis Aleshin (State Research Center of Coloproctology, Russia)
  • LTP29: Younger patients with diverticular disease are more likely to have chronic disease - Charlotte Kvasnovsky (Department of Colorectal Surgery, King's College Hospital, UK and Department of Surgery, University of Maryland Medical Center, USA)
  • LTP30: Litigation risks in lower gastrointestinal endoscopy: there is scope for prevention - Efthymios Ypsilantis (King's College Hospital, UK)
  • LTP31: Colorectal surgery after the age of 80: is it still worthwhile? - Anthony de Buck van Overstraeten (University Hospital Leuven, Belgium)
  • LTP32: Cognitive impairment in older patients undergoing colorectal surgery - Kathryn McCarthy (North Bristol Trust, UK)
  • LTP34: A new framework for uncomplicated chronic diverticular disease: introducing symptomatic smoldering and symptomatic non-inflammatory disease - Charlotte Kvasnovsky (Department of Colorectal Surgery, King's College Hospital, UK and Department of Surgery, University of Maryland Medical Center, USA)
  • LTP35: A comparative study of transperineal and endoanal ultrasound in the detection of anal sphincter damage. Results from a feasibility study - Gaitri Sadadcharam (Department of Colorectal Surgery, Cork University Hospital, Ireland)
  • LTP36: Surgical approach to the perineal/perianal hidradenitissuppurativa, the option for reconstructions after surgical excision: our experience in 15 years - Metin Keskin (Istanbul Faculty of Medicine, Department of General Surgery, Turkey)
  • LTP37: Television/media campaign on bowel cancer awareness : effect on colorectal unit workload - Maryam Alfa-Wali (The Hillingdon Hospital, UK)
  • LTP38: The significance of pretreatment neutrophil/lymphocyte ratio as a prognostic marker in colorectal cancer patients - Yavuz Ozdemir (GATA Haydarpasa Training Hospital, Turkey)
  • LTP39: Systematic review of neutrophil lymphocyte ratio (NLR) as a prognostic predictor of outcome following resectional or ablative therapies for hepatic colorectal metastases - Thomas Clarke (University of Exeter School of Medicine, UK)
  • LTP40: Minimising recurrence in anorectal melanoma: what should be our surgical strategy? - Harrison Benziger (Queen ELizabeth the Queen Mother Hospital, UK)
  • LTP41: Laparoscopic surgery for rectal cancer: impact of conversions on short- and long-term outcomes. A meta- analysis - Nikolaos Gouvas (The 1st Department of General Surgery, 'Konstandopouleion' Hospital of Athens, Greece)
  • LTP42: Simultaneous versus sequential resections in patients with synchronous colorectal liver metastases: a meta-analysis - Alistair Slesser (The Royal Marsden Hospital, UK and Imperial College, UK)
  • LTP43: Quality of care for rectal cancer in France - Quentin Denost (Saint André Hospital, France and for the French Association of Surgery (AFC), France)
  • LTP44: Sphincter sparing surgery as a result of neoadjuvant chemoradiotherapy in rectal carcinoma patients - Arsen Rasulov (Russian Cancer Research Center, Russia)
  • LTP45: Transanal endoscopic rectal surgery using single sort transanal surgery versus transanal endoscopic microsurgery - DDE Zimmerman (Tweesteden and St. Elisabeth Hospital, The Netherlands)
  • LTP47: The 'Fast-Track' referral system for patients with suspected colorectal cancer: has it affected the route of presentation? - Luke Thornton (Hull/York Medical School, UK)
  • LTP80: Lynch syndrome expert opinion questionnaire - what would you do? - Gabriela Möslein (HELIOS St. Josefs-Hospital, Germany)
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