07:30 - 08:50

Medtronic Satellite Symposium: Sacral Neuromodulation for Bowel Dysfunctions with InterStimmedtronic

Chair: Prof. Ronan O'Connell

  • InterStim Therapy for constipation: how does it work?
  • InterStim Therapy for intractable constipation: results of a multicentre, prospective, consecutive cohort study
  • InterStim Therapy: a new era in the treatment of anorectal dysfunction
  • Sacral neuromodulation cases studies
09:00 - 10:30

Free Papers

Chairs: Jiři Hoch (Czech Republic), Anton Stift (Austria)

  • F19 The number of lymph nodes assessed in right sided hemicolectomy depends on the quality of surgery - Fredrik Brännström (Sweden)
  • F20 Apoptotic proteins as prognostic markers and indicators of radiochemosensitivity in stage II/III rectal cancers - Claudio Fucini (Italy)
  • F21 National Uptake of Laparoscopic Colorectal Resection in England Following Implementation of a National Training Programme, Tom Edwards (UK)
  • F22 Local excision for T1-2N0 rectal cancer: safe selection with lymph node specific contrast-enhanced MRI - Geerard Beets (Netherlands)
  • F23 Effect of muscle paralysis on functional outcomes after conventional and stapled haemorrhoidectomy: results of a randomised controlled trial with one year follow-up - Paul Hainsworth (UK)
  • F24 The effect of anal application of topical anaesthetics on patient comfort during sigmoidoscopy: a randomized controlled trial - Hasan Kutluk Pampal (Turkey)
  • F25 Topical diltiazem ointment versus botulinum toxin A for the treatment of chronic anal fissure: a double-blind randomized clinical trial - Bas Twigt (Netherlands)
  • F26 Efficacy of gasless transanal endosurgery for large rectal villous adenomas - Alex Moscalev (Russian Federation)
  • F27 Long-term results of limited excision for saccrococcygeal pilonidal sinus: less is more - Daniel Dindo (Switzerland)

Free Papers (parallel auditorium)

Chairs: Ethem Gecim (Turkey), Barthold Vonen (Norway)

  • F28 Laparoscopic vs. open sigmoid resection for diverticulitis: long-term results of a prospective randomized trial - Pascal Gervaz (Switzerland)
  • F29 Surgery for rectourethral fistula: influence of radiotherapy on the choice and outcomes of treatment - Tomas Poskus (United States)
  • F30 Is urinary drainage necessary after Fast-Track colonic resection with thoracic epidural analgesia? A prospective study -  Daniel Leonard (Belgium)
  • F31 Cardiopulmonary exercise testing in colorectal surgery – Guidelines for risk stratification - Malcolm West (UK)
  • F32 What is the rectovaginal septum? - Juan García-Armengol (Spain)
  • F33 Anorectal toxicity of external beam radiotherapy in the treatment of prostate cancer - Adeel Bajwa (UK)
  • F34 The sutureless compression anstomossis CAR 27 in con and rectum. results in 46 patients - Eberhard Gross (Germany)
  • F35 Outcome determinants after traumatic bowel injuries - Gil Faria (Portugal)
  • F36 48 hours hospitalization after laparoscopic colorectal surgery: feasability and predictive factors - Mariano Laporte (Argentina)
10:30 - 11:00


11:00 - 11:30

Keynote Lecture: Fistula in Ano

Management of complex small bowel Crohn's Disease - Fabrizio Michelassi (USA)

Chair: Gilberto Poggioli (Italy)

Supported by a grant from Colorectal Disease

11:30 - 13:00

Consultant's Corner

Chairs: Najib Haboubi (UK), Stefan Post (Germany), Nigel Scott (UK)

Panel: Sergey Achkasov (Russia), Joel Bauer (USA), Roman Herman (Poland), Tom Oresland (Norway), Freddy Penninckx (Belgium), Yehiel Ziv (Israel)

13:00 - 14:00 Lunch/Exhibition

Lunchtime Poster Session
Chair: Alexander Engel (The Netherlands) + Panel
Panel review of 45 of the best 90 posters

14:00 - 15:00

Oral Posters

Chairs: Mogens Rorbaek Madsen (Denmark), Viorel Scripcariu (Romania)

  • OP01 Laparoscopy in combination with fast multimodal management is the most optimal perioperative strategy in patients having colonic surgery (lafa-trial) - Malaika Vlug (Netherlands)
  • OP02 Low anterior resection syndrome score: development and validation of a symptom-based scoring system for bowel dysfunction after low anterior resection for rectal cancer - Katrine J Emmertsen (Denmark)
  • OP03 Colorectal cancer surgery: a French survey of more than 84.000 patients - Léon Maggiori (France)
  • OP04 Colon and rectal surgery for cancer without mechanical bowel preparation: one-center randomized prospective trial - Stefano Scabini (Italy)
  • OP05 Improving management of colorectal peritoneal carcinomatosis by hyperthermic intraperitoneal chemotherapy - Frederic Ris (Switzerland)
  • OP06 Wait-and-see policy in clinical complete responders to chemoradiation in rectal cancer: a promising alternative - Geerard Beets (Netherlands)
  • OP07 'Slipping through the bowel cancer screening programme'! BCSP - Mike Lacey (UK)
  • OP08 Laparoscopic total meso-rectal excision (TME) for rectal cancer is associated with significantly better sexual function preservation than open surgery - Emma McGlone (UK)
  • OP09 Hybrid NOTES colectomy for left-sided colorectal tumours - Tony Pui Pong (Hong Kong)
  • OP10 Response to neo-adjuvant therapy and anastomotic complications after anterior resection in rectal carcinoma - Craig Mackay (UK)
  • OP11 Early experience with external hemipelvectomy for primary advanced and recurrent pelvic carcinomas - Mette Bak Nielsen (Denmark)
  • OP12 Does the prognosis of rectal cancer change in the presence of a synchronous colon cancer? - Tor Eivind Bernstein (Norway)

Oral Posters (parallel auditorium)

Chairs: Xavier Delgadillo (Switzerland), Mirko Omejc (Slovenia)

  • OP13 Sacral neuromodulation: long-term outcome and quality of life in patients with faecal incontinence - Ozenc Uludag (Netherlands)
  • OP14 Anterograde colonic enema for faecal incontinence in adults: long-term results of 75 patients - Jeremie Lefevre (France)
  • OP15 Male sexual dysfunction after rectal cancer surgery - Yuji Nishizawa (Japan)
  • OP16 Sacral nerve stimulation for fecal incontinence: causes of surgical revision, from a series of 123 patients operated on in a single institution - Jean-Luc Faucheron (France)
  • OP17 Can cerebral sensory evoked potentials (SEP) predict outcome of sacral nerve modulation (SNM) for functional bowel disorders? - Stefania Martina (Italy)
  • OP18 Systematic review of injectable bulking agent as a treatment for faecal incontinence - Yasuko Maeda (Denmark)
  • OP19 Laparoscopic restorative proctocolectomy – safety of cross stapling and long term outcome - David Macafee (UK)
  • OP20 Preoperative infliximab therapy and postoperative complications after proctocolectomy with ileum pouch anal anastomosis - Emma Eshuis (Netherlands)
  • OP21 Impact of ileal pouch-anal anastomosis on female fertility: A systematic review and meta-analysis - Siraj Rajaratnam (UK)
  • OP22 Non drainable abdominal abscesses in Crohn’s disease: could antibiotic treatment be sufficient? - Monica Millan (Spain)
  • OP23 Adipose-derived stem cell treatment for persistent perineal wound sinus in Crohn’s perianal abscess/fistula - Kyu Joo Park (Repubic of Korea)
  • OP24 Quality of life after laparoscopic and open colorectal surgery: a systematic review - Sanne Bartels (Netherlands)
15:00 - 15:30

Keynote Lecture: What's new in adhesions?

David Beck (USA)

Chair: Giovanni Romano (President)

15:30 - 16:00


16:00 - 17:00

Symposium: Anorectal Malformations

Chairs: Emmanuel Tiret (France), John Nicholls (UK)

  • Classification of anorectal malformations - Risto Rintala (Finland)
  • Surgical treatment in childhood - Tomas Wester (Sweden)
  • Management of sequelae in adulthood - Paul-Antoine Lehur (France)
  • Discussion
17:00 - 18:00

Symposium: Technical Advances

Chairs: Jim Fleshman (USA), Søren Laurberg (Denmark)

  • NOTES - Alon Pikarsky (Israel)
  • Single Port - Ronan Cahill (UK) 
  • Robotic surgery - David Jayne (UK)
Evening Conference Dinner at Pompei
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