Third International Symposium of Coloproctology

WELCOME

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It gives me great pleasure and personal privilege to invite all of you to the Third International Symposium of Coloproctology organized by the Department for Coloproctology, Clinical Center Nis in conjunction with Society of Coloproctology of Yugoslavia.

Meeting will be held on 12th of May 2017 in Nis, Serbia.

This Symposium themed Constantine Day of Coloproctology will take a look at the contemporary treatment of both benign and malignant diseases of colon and rectum and will feature respected and internationally recognized speakers. We are looking forward to welcome surgeons from Serbia and neighboring countries.

Aside from excellent scientific program, we have also prepared an exciting social program which will give the opportunity for participants to connect and communicate while enjoying well known southern hospitality.

Finally, I welcome you all to Constantine’ Nis, wish you a nice stay in our marvellous country and successful symposium. Thank you for coming.

Respectfully, Prof. Dr Goran Stanojevic

President of the Organizing Committee

http://www.constantinedayofcoloproctology.com/

 

Registration 7:30-8:45

Official Opening 8:45-09:00

Ass.dr Zlatibor Lončar- Minister of Health of Republic of Serbia

Prof. dr Radoje Čolović- President of Serbian Medical Society (SMS)

Prof. dr Nebojša Stanković- President of Surgical chapter of SMS

Prof. dr Dobrila Stanković Đorđević- Dean of Medical Faculty Nis

Prof. dr Zoran Radovanović- Director of Clinical Center Nis

I Colorectal cancer treatment 09:00-10:30
Chairs: M.Breberina, M.Stojanović 
1. Does anti-TNF increase the risk of postoperative morbidity? – J. Nunno-Mensah, UK
2. Complete mesocolic excision. Is it worth that extra effort?- D. Bugra, Turkey
3. Combine laparoscopic colorectal and liver resection- N. Vladov, Bulgaria
4. Histopathological assessment of radicality after polypectomy – M. Micev, Serbia
5. Adjuvant therapy - D. Radosavljević, Serbia

Discussion / Q & A

II Prevention of anastomotic leakage 10:30-12:00
Chairs: Z. Radovanović, D.Ivanov
1. Preventing anastomotic leaks with Fluorescence Imaging- N. de Manzini, Italy
2. Techniques of anastomosis in low anterior resection- M. Machado, Sweden
3. Rectal cancer treatment: Moving further. What next?- G. Stanojević, Serbia
4. Laparoscopic intersphincteric resection for very low rectal cancer. Indications, technique and results– D. Bugra
5. Personalised management of rectal cancer: the elderly, the pregnant, the patient with severe co-morbidities.-E. Xynos, Greece

Discussion / Q & A

Coffe break 12:00- 12:30

III. Consultants Corner 12:30 -14:00
Moderator: Z.Krivokapić
V.Ćuk, M. Machado, S. Stojanović, D.Bugra, E. Xynos, J. Nunno Mensah, A. Bojanović

Lunch break, exibitions 14:00-15:00

IV Proctology 15:00-16:30
Chairs: M.Machado, V.Ćuk

1. Fistula in ano - which procedure in which type of fistula ?
2. Fistulectomy with primary sphincter reconstruction: results
A.Herold, Germany
3. Management of recurrent anal fissure and fistula-J. Nunno Mensah 
4. Anal Hydradenitis Suppurativa- E. Csatar, Hungary
5. Rectovaginal fistula repair: What Is the Optimal Strategy?- G.Bariši
ć, Serbia

Discussion / Q & A

Coffe break 16:30-17:00

V Video session 17:00-18:15
Chairs: E. Csatar, V. Marković 
1. Anal sphincter reconstruction- overlapping sphincteroplasty
- I. Dimitrijević, Serbia
2. THD– M. Nestorović, Serbia
3. Fistulectomy with primary sphincter reconstruction: technique- A. Herold
4. Laparoscopic rectal surgery. Tips and tricks to prevent complications- D. Bugra
Discussion / Q & A

Closing remarks 18:15-18:30