PUSH-710 | Push the Envelope

Date

Day 2: Monday, November 12 2018

Time

12:30 pm – 4:30 pm

Location

Room: 120

Type

Didactic

Fee

$175

Co-Chair

Leila V. Adamyan, Arnaud Wattiez

Faculty

Philippe R. Koninckx, Mario Malzoni, Anastasia Ussia

Description

Over the past decades, gynecologist have observed a rapid development in minimally invasive methods of treatment for various gynecological diseases. The diseases have changed in their form, expression, effected population, prevalence and their effect on surrounding tissues prompting the need for individual patient treatment plans. The concepts of wise radicalism in surgery joins together with effective minimalism to emphasizing goal-targeted and site-specific tissue-based approaches.

This course will teach how to strategically think about gynecologic conditions, recognize expectations from a disease, both short and long term and examine effective and safe treatment using minimally invasive surgery. This session pushes the envelope by continuously learning about gynecologic conditions through examining the nuances of techniques used to deliver treatment more effectively, avoiding unnecessary morbidity, enhancing functionality and managing complications. The faculty will use evidence-based lectures, video presentations, and experience from challenging surgeries to teach the participants efficacious and safe techniques in minimally invasive gynecologic surgery.

Learning Objectives

At the conclusion of this course, the clinician will be able to: 1) Discuss the genetic, molecular-based, and newly developed diagnostic methods in surgical gynecologic diseases 2) explore strategic approaches for severe endometriosis 3) discuss the management of surgical complications in advanced minimally invasive surgery 4) discover the intersections between oncologic surgery and reproductive medicine in patients of reproductive age; and 5) identify approaches for malformations and avoiding complications.

Course Outline

Please refer to program below.

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