CONGRESS VENUE

Verona Palazzo della Gran Guardia

P.zza Bra 1, Verona

 

REGISTRATION

The registration includes the:

| Admission to scientific sessions

| CME credits

| Welcome Coffee

| Lunch

| Certificate of attendance

 

Online registration available on our website: www.bibagroup.it

 

CME CREDITS

Event ID 272447, eligible for 4,9 CME CREDITS

is accredited for the following category:

| PHYSICIAN

ONCOLOGY; RADIOTHERAPY; GENERAL SURGERY; PLASTIC SURGERY E RECONSTRUCTION; RADIODIAGNOSTICS; GENERAL MEDICINE (FAMILY DOCTORS);

 

| NURSE 

 

SYSTEM AREA

Educational objective: Guidelines - protocols - procedures

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FACULTY

FILIPPO ALONGI, Negrar

ANTHONY ANTONIOU, Londra

GIANANDREA BALDAZZI, Milano

GIULIANO BARUGOLA, Negrar

PAOLO BIANCHI, Grosseto

PAOLO BOCUS, Negrar

LUIGI BONI, Milano

FELICE BORGHI, Cuneo

MASSIMO CARLINI, Roma

MARCO CATARCI, Ascoli Piceno

JOANNIS CONSTANTINIDES, Londra

FRANCESCO CRAFA, Napoli

Paolo DELRIO, Napoli

NICOLÒ DE MANZINI, Trieste

GIOVANNI DE PRETIS, Trento

STEFANIA GORI, Negrar

GIANLUIGI MELOTTI, Modena

ANDREA MURATORE, Torino

ROBERTO PERSIANI, Roma

COBI REISMAN, Amsterdam

GIACOMO RUFFO, Negrar

CARLO AUGUSTO SARTORI, Negrar

ANTONINO SPINELLI, Milano

VINCENZO VALENTINI, Roma

GIUSEPPE ZAMBONI, Negrar

 

VERONA

NOVEMBER 22nd 2019

RECTAL CANCER:

SURGICAL

INSIGHTS

AND BEYOND

The treatment of colorectal diseases provides a fertile field for innovations. Surgery has taken up this challenge thanks to technological acquisitions that have allowed as to address different surgical problems from a different perspective. Oncological efficacy and organ sparing techniques are no longer mutually exclusive conditions. A multidisciplinary approach led to a complete cancer regression in up to 20% of patients affected by a rectal neoplasm who underwent neoadjuvant therapy. It is also true that in patients with advanced or recurrent forms of rectal cancer, an aggressive, multi-organ surgery has lead to a significant improvement of survival rates. The epochal transition, in relation to the centrality of the patient, will be to be able to manage treatment from the “wait and see” to the “exenteratio pelvic”. While talking about centrality of the patient, prognosis improvement and forensic medical contingencies, it is increasingly important to discuss functional implications of the disease and its treatment. Standardization of a healthcare path cannot be a sterile process always equal to itself, It has to represent a harmonic evolution in which surgery is guided both by experience and by updated evidence based medicine. This is the objective of the Congress in Rectal surgery that will take place in Verona on November 22nd 2019.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Giacomo Ruffo