Program

 

Surger-I-nnsbruck     11.-13.12.2019 Congress Innsbruck, Austria

 

The precourse is accredited by the Ärztekammer (Austrian Medical Organisation) to provide 4 DFP-points for physicians., the congress 15 DFP-points.

Pre-course      

 

 

Educational video session on pancreatic surgery

14:00 -17:00; Chairmen (Stefan Stättner, Innsbruck, Austria/Manuel Maglione, Innsbruck, Austria) 

14:00 - 14:20

Anatomy of the pancreas

Romed Hörmann, Innsbruck, Wien

14:30 - 14:50

Laparoscopic left pancreatectomy +/- splenectomy

David Fuks, Paris, France

15:00 - 15:20

Laparoscopic pancreatoduodenectomy

Olivier R.C. Busch, Amsterdam, Netherlands

15:30 - 15:50

Robotic pancreatic surgery

Ugo Boggi, Pisa, Italy

16:00 - 16:20

Portal vein resection during pancreato-duodenectomy for cancer

Giuseppe Kito Fusai, London, UK

16:30 - 16:50

Extended pancreatic resections

Thilo Hackert, Heidelberg, Germany

 

Day 1                 

 

 

Introduction

09:00 -10:30; Chairmen (Giuseppe Kito Fusai, London, UK/Dietmar Öfner-Velano, Innsbruck, Austria)

15'

Pancreatic surgery in Austria

Stefan Stättner, Innsbruck, Austria

15'

Complexity of the pancreas

David Fuks, Paris, France

15'

Risk factors in pancreatic surgery

Martin Schindl, Wien, Austria

15'

ERAS in pancreatic surgery - myth or reality?

Nicolas Demartines, Lausanne, Switzerland

15'

Training - how to become a pancreatic surgeon

Stefano Partelli, Milan, Italy

 

Discussion

10:30 - 11:00

Coffee Break

Pancreatitis

11:00 – 12:55; Chairmen (Herbert Tilg, Innsbruck, Austria/Reinhold Függer, Linz, Austria)

30'

AP: what´s new, what´s hot?

Thomas Seufferlein, Ulm, Germany

20'

AP - Timeline of surgical mgmt

Olivier R.C. Busch, Amsterdam, Netherlands

5'

Case presentation

Eva Braunwarth, Innsbruck, Austria

15'

CP - pro  gastroenterology

Rainer Schöfl, Linz, Austria

15'

CP - pro surgery

Peter Kornprat, Graz, Austria

15'

Allo- and autotransplantation for IDDM type 3

Ugo Boggi, Pisa, Italy

 

Discussion 

12:55 -13:55

Lunch

pNEN

13:55 -15:40; Chairmen (Marianne Pavel, Erlangen, Germany/Stefano Partelli, Milan, Italy)

5'

Case presentation

Ruben Bellotti, Innsbruck, Austria

20'

NET Pathology

Johannes Haybäck, Innsbruck, Austria

15'

Clinical and histopathological factors predicting oncological outcome in pNET

Florian Primavesi, Innsbruck, Austria

15'

Resection and outcomes for locally advanced and oligometastatic pNEN

Giuseppe Kito Fusai, London, UK

15'

Neoadjuvant and adjuvant concepts in pNET

Massimo Falconi, Milan, Italy

20'

Solving the puzzle: Role of different therapeutic options

Marianne Pavel, Erlangen, Germany

 

Discussion 

15:40 – 16:10

Coffee Break

Precursors

16:10 – 17:45; Chairmen (Thomas Seufferlein, Ulm, Germany/Massimo Falconi, Milan, Italy)

5'

Case presentation

Benno Cardini, Innsbruck, Austria

15'

Diagnosing the right lesion - the radiologist

Benjamin Henninger, Innsbruck, Austria

15'

Insights in precursor lesions

Kjetil Soreide, University Bergen, Norway

15'

Endoscopic ultrasound: Indications and limitations

Hartmut Steinle, Innsbruck, Austria

15'

IPMN: Resect or observe? Algorithms for clinicians

Thilo Hackert, Heidelberg, Germany

15'

The wrong indication - Pitfalls for surgeons

Roberto Salvia, Verona, Italy

 

Discussion 

 

Day 2

 

 

Pancreatic cancer

09:00 - 10:50; Chairmen (Dominik Wolf, Innsbruck, Austria/ Kjetil Soreide, University Bergen, Norway)

15'

How can we cure more? Early detection of PDAC

Angela Djanani, Innsbruck, Austria

20'

Pathology - more than just margins

Anna Melissa Schlitter, Munich, Germany

15'

Risk factors, margins, lymph nodes - just surrogates for good/bad biology?

Jörg Kleef, Halle, Germany

15'

Minimally invasive versus open surgery for PC in the light of recent RCTs

David Fuks, Paris, France

15'

Should all patients with (borderline-)resectable PC receive neoadjuvant CTX?

Olivier R.C. Busch, Amsterdam, Netherlands

15'

Adjuvant therapy: what´s on the horizon in 2020?

Wolfgang Eisterer, Klagenfurt, Austria

 

Discussion 


10:50 - 11:20         

Coffee Break

Best Abstracts

11:20 – 12:10; Chairmen Scientific Committee

10'

 

 

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12:10 - 13:10

Lunch 

Advanced PC

13:10 - 14:50; Chairmen (Thomas Seufferlein, Ulm, Germany/Olivier R.C. Busch, Amsterdam, Netherlands)

5'

Case presentation

Silvia Gasteiger, Innsbruck, Austria

15'

Response after NAT - a radiological challenge?

Eva-Maria Gassner, Innsbruck, Austria

15'

Outcomes of extended/advanced resections

Thilo Hackert, Heidelberg, Germany

15'

Oligometastatic disease - is there a role for surgery?

Manuel Maglione, Innsbruck, Austria

15'

The radiation oncologist in the mulitdisciplinary setting

Robert Jäger, Innsbruck, Austria

10'

Palliative procedures

Kjetil Soreide, University Bergen, Norway

10'

Outcome of total pancreatectomy - is it worth it?

Roberto Salvia, Verona, Italy

 

Discussion 

14:50 – 15:20

Coffee Break

Prevention, Management and Complications

15:20 - 17:00; Chairmen (Massimo Falconi, Milan, Italy/Giuseppe Kito Fusai, London, UK)

20'

Complication management: evolution over a surgeons life time experience

Hans Rabl, Leoben, Austria

15'

Pancreatic reconstruction - adaptive or standardized management

Peter Schemmer, Graz, Austria

15'

Is an IR unit mandatory if performing pancreas resections?

Gerlig Widmann, Innsbruck, Austria

20'

Robotic surgery - increasing the risk or solution for safer surgery?

Ugo Boggi, Pisa, Italy

15'

Prevention by fine tuning in surgical practice: Stents, reconstructions, drainages & antibiotics

Reinhold Függer, Linz, Austria

 

Discussion 

17:00

Closing remarks

 

18:00 - 18:30

Huber Lecture
Individualized neoantigen-vaccination as a generally applicable adjuvant cancer therapy

Christoph Huber, Innsbruck, Austria