American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons


 

The American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons
2012 Annual Meeting Webcast
June 2-6, 2012
San Antonio, TX


The American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons is pleased to offer you the Webcast of its June 2-6, 2012 Annual Meeting held in San Antonio, Texas. No CME credit is offered for this Webcast and ASCRS offers it free of charge to be used as another tool for ones lifelong learning. This activity is webcast from August 1, 2012 to August 1, 2013.

Introduction
This scientific program is designed to provide surgeons with an in-depth and up-to-date knowledge relative to surgery for diseases of the colon, rectum and anus with emphasis on patient care, teaching and research. The purpose of all sessions is to improve the quality of care of patients with diseases of the colon and rectum.

Target Audience
The program is intended for the education of colon and rectal surgeons as well as general surgeons and others involved in the treatment of diseases affecting the colon, rectum and anus.


Minimum System Requirements
Any high speed internet connection. An internet browser with Flash 8 or later installed.


All images contained in these presentations are copyrighted by the American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons.

Disclaimer
The primary purpose of the ASCRS Annual Meeting and this webcast is education. Information, as well as technologies, products and/or services discussed, are intended to inform participants about the knowledge, techniques and experiences of specialists who are willing to share such information with colleagues. A diversity of professional opinions exist in the specialty and the views of the American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons disclaims any and all liability for information, technologies, products and/or services discussed



Table of Contents
Course Title
EBRS Symposium- To Pexy or Not for Rectal Prolapse
Introduction
Navigation of EBRS Website
Poll the Audience on their Practices
Present the Evidence from the Trial
Expert Panel With Audience Discussion
What do the Experts Say?
Professionalism and Communication Workshop
Starts with Steel and Ends with Silk: Moving From the Sharp Edges of Training to the Smooth Sails of Personal Renewal
Research Foundation Workshop
Focus on Philanthropy: Best Practices and Innovation Sharing
Robotics
Learning Curve, Getting Started
Intersphincteric Resection LAR
Right Colon Intracorporeal Anastomosis
Robotic Single Port Colon and Rectal Surgery
Robotic Transanal Surgery
IBD
Cost
Rectal Cancer Surgery
The Future is: "Robotics"
Core Subject Update
Anal Fissure and Hemorrhoids
Rectal Prolapse/Intussusception/Solitary Rectal Ulcer
Ulcerative Colitis
Trauma/Colonic Volvulus
Benign and Malignant Anal Tumors/Retrorectal Tumors
Hereditary Colon Cancer Syndromes and Genetic Testing
Laparoscopic Nuts and Bolts
Optimizing Port Placement Including Hand Port
Single-incision Tricks and Tips
Robotic Placement for Maximum Efficiency
Safe Use of Energy Sources
Intracorporeal Anastomosis and Suturing
Handling the Challenging Mesentery
Splenic Flexure Mobilization
Medical to Lateral Mobilization
Complicated Crohn's Disease
Challenges in the Obese Patient
Ventral Hernia Repair
Laparoscopic Management of Bowel Obstruction
Abstract Session- Rectal Cancer
Short-course Radiotherapy and Delayed Surgery for Low Rectal Cancer: Results from a Single Institution (S1)
Pathologic Depth of Tumor Invasion after Neoadjuvant Chemoradiation in Patients with Rectal Cancer (S2)
Response to Neoadjuvant Therapy in Early- age-of-onset Rectal Cancer Patients (S3)
A Multicenter Phase II Trial of Anus-preserving Operation with Intersphincteric Resection for Very Low Rectal Cancer (S4)
Laparoscopic Resection of Rectal Cancer Results in Higher Lymph Node Yield and Better Shortterm Outcomes than Open Surgery (S5)
Impact of Radical Mesorectal Excision for Patients with ypT0-2 Rectal Cancer Following Neoadjuvant Chemoradiotherapy (S6)
Preliminary Experience of Cylindrical Abdominoperineal Resection with Pelvic Floor Reconstruction Using Human Acellular Dermal Matrix for Locally Advanced Lower Rectal Cancer (S7)
Nodal Status Predicts Oncologic Outcome in Rectal Cancer Patients with an Involved Circumferential Resection Margin after Total Mesorectal Excision (S8)
Tumor Scatter after Neoadjuvant Therapy: Are We Dealing with an Invisible Margin? A Pilot Study (S9)
Depth of Mesorectal Extension has Prognostic Significance in Patients with T3 Rectal Cancer (S10)
Is Curative Resection and Long-term Survival Possible for Locally Re-recurrent Colorectal Cancer in the Pelvis? (S11)
Multimodality Salvage of Failure after Local Excision for Rectal Cancer (S12)
Routine Use of Positron-Emission Tomography for Staging of Primary Colorectal Cancer: Does it Effect a Management?
ASCRS/SSAT Symposium- Optimizing Perioperative Outcomes
Risk Stratification
Exchanging Dogma for Fact-improving Outcomes Based on Your Own Results
Fast Track Protocols
Applying National Database Data to Individual Practice
Bowel Prep Mandatory or Meddlesome
Mental Training: New Training Modalities in General Surgery
Presidential Address: Global Collaboration Facilitates Advances in Colorectal Surgery
Presidential Address: Global Collaboration Facilitates Advances in Colorectal Surgery
Abstract Session- Neoplasia
Ghost Ileostomy in Anterior Resection for Rectal Carcinoma: Is it Worthwhile? (S13)
Consequences of Anastomotic Leak after Restorative Proctectomy for Cancer: Effect on Long-term Function and Quality of Life (S14)
Anal Versus Rectal Melanoma: Does Site of Origin Predict Outcome? (S15)
Control of Anal Transitional Zone Neoplasia in Patients with Familial Adenomatous Polyposis after Restorative Proctocolectomy and Ileal Pouch-anal Anastomosis: Incidence, Management, Oncologic, and Functional Outcomes (S16)
Metachronous Colorectal Cancer: Don't Give Up on Surveillance Too Early (S17)
Colorectal Cancer Surgery in Portal Hypertensive Patients: Does Adjuvant Oxaliplatin Affect the Prognosis? (S18)
In Vitro Adenosine Triphosphate-based Chemotherapy Response Assay as a Predictor of Response to Fluorouracil-based Adjuvant Chemotherapy in Stage II Colorectal Cancer (S19)
Colectomy for Endoscopically Unresectable Polyps: How Often is it Cancer? (S20)
Natural Orifice Transluminal Endoscopy Surgery for Large Cecal Lesion (V-32) (S21)
Survival Outcomes for Colon Cancer in an Urban Open Access System (S22)
British Traveling Fellow- Outcomes Following Surgery for Colorectal Cancer with Synchronous Peritoneal Metastases
Killingback Award Winner- Adverse Features Do Not Predict Response to Adjuvant Chemotherapy in Patients with Stage II Colon Cancer
David G. Jagelman, MD Lectureship: A Brief History of the World, Part 1
A Brief History of the World, Part I
Norman Nigro, MD Research Lectureship: Radiotherapy in Rectal Cancer: How, When & to Whom
Radiotherapy in Rectal Cancer: How, When and To Whom
Abstract Session: Inflammatory Bowel Disease
Controversies in the Surgical Management of Females of Reproductive Age with Ulcerative Colitis S-23
Quality of Life in IPAA Patients Versus Ostomates: A Comprehensive Comparative Assessment S-24
Clinical and Functional Outcomes after Restorative Proctocolectomy and Ileal Pouch-anal Anastomosis in the Pediatric Population S-25
Validated Nomogram for Preoperative Prediction of Chronic Pouchitis and Denovo Crohn's Disease after Ileal Pouch-anal Anastomosis S-26
Functional Outcome and Quality of Life 20 Years after IPAA: Nearly the Same as It Ever Was! S-26A
Venous Thromboembolism after Surgery for Inflammatory Bowel Disease: Are there Modifiable Risk Factors? Data from American College of Surgeons National Surgical Quality Improvement Program S-27
Laparoscopic Proctocolectomy in Patient with Previous Diverting Loop Ileostomy for Crohn's Disease (V-3) S-28
Mutations in TAGAP are Protective of Anal Sepsis in Ileocolonic Crohn's Disease S-29
Positive Histological Margins for Inflammation are Associated with Increased Risk for Intra-Abdominal Septic Complications in Patients Undergoing Ileocecal Resection for Crohn's Disease S-30
Laparoscopic Treatment of Fistulizing Crohn's Disease with Urinary Tract Obstruction (V-40) S-31
Single-site Laparoscopic Ileocolectomy for Complicated Crohn's Disease (V-2) S-32
Rectal Prolapse - Evaluating the Many Choices
Choosing the Right Repair
Abdominal Approaches-Resection with Posterior Fixation
Abdominal Approaches: Anterior Fixation
Perineal Approaches
Laparoscopic and Robotic Methods
Young Surgeons Symposium
New Practice/New Needs: Starting a Minimally Invasive Practice Where There Isn't One - How to Negotiate with Your Hospital and Get What You Need
Webpages, Facebook, and Social Media: Marketing your Practice in 2012
Mentorship 101: Finding, Cultivating and Being a Mentor
Oops! Recovering from Mistakes and Using Them to Your Advantage
Burnout: Tips for a Long and Happy Career
Harry E. Bacon, MD Lectureship
The Embryological Basis of Colorectal Cancer Management
Abstract Session: New Technologies
To LIFT or to Flap? Which Surgery to Perform Following Seton Insertion for High Anal Fistula? S-33
Long-term Results of Ligation of Intersphincteric Fistula Tract for Fistula-in-Ano S-34
Does LIFT Raise the Bar in Fistula Surgery? S-35
LIFT Procedure: Surgical Tips Learned from 4 Years of Experience (V-8) S-36
High Macro Rubberbanding S-38
A Randomized Controlled Trial Comparing Between Colonic Irrigation and Oral Antibiotic Administration Versus 4% Formalin Application for Hemorrhagic Radiation Proctitis S-39
Transanal Minimally Invasive Surgery: Efficacy Proven in the First 50 Consecutive Resections S-40
Bioabsorbable Staple Line Reinforcement in Restorative Proctectomy and Anterior Resection: A Prospective Randomized Study S-41
Evaluation of the Single-port Laparoscopic Right Hemicolectomy Learning Curve S-42
Single-incision Laparoscopic Colectomy: A Case-matched Series S-43
ASCRS/SAGES Symposium: Debates in Minimal Access Abdominal Surgery
The Case for Single Port Laparoscopic Colectomy
The Case for Laparoscopy
The Case for Hand-assisted Laparoscopy
The Case for NOTES
The Case for Laparoscopic Rectal Surgery
The Case for Robot-assisted Rectal Surgery
Abstract Session: Pelvic Floor
Correlation Between Anal Incontinence and Longitudinal Extent of Sphincter Defects at Anal Ultrasound: Proposing a Simple Sphincter Length Defect Score S-44
Intra-anal Collagen Injection for Fecal Incontinence: Long-term Results S-45
Long-term Efficacy of NASHA/Dx Injection Therapy (Solesta) for Treatment of Fecal Incontinence S-46
Sacral Nerve Stimulation for Fecal Incontinence (V-6) S-47
Neuromodulation for Fecal and Urinary Incontinence: Functional Results in 57 Consecutive Patients from a Single Institution S-48
Long-term Durability of Sacral Nerve Stimulation Therapy for Chronic Fecal Incontinence S-49
Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation in Fecal Incontinence S-50
The Abdominal Repair of Rectal Prolapse is Safer than Perineal Repair in the Highest Risk Patients - A National Surgical Quality Improvement Program Analysis S-51
Laparoscopic Wells Rectopexy for Recurrent Rectal Prolapse (V-26) S-52
Predictive Factors of Stapled Transanal Rectal Resection Failure S-53
Heterogeneity of Scoring Systems in Obstructed Defecation Syndrome Assessment after Stapled Transanal Rectal Resection: A Report from a Systematic Review S-54
Longo's P.O.P.S. - S.T.A.R.R. A New Procedure for Total Pelvic Organs Prolapse (V-44) S-55
Joseph M. Mathews, MD, Oration
Under the Influence
Masters in Colorectal Surgery Lectureship Honoring Herand Abcarian, MD
Coming of Age in the Surgical Establishment
Abstract Session: Outcomes
Key Factors Associated with Postoperative Complications in Patients Undergoing Colorectal Surgery S-56
Concurrent Procedures Performed During Colon Surgery and its Adverse Impact on Postoperative Outcomes S-57
Randomized Clinical Trial that Demonstrates the Elimination of Wound Infection Following Purse-string Versus Conventional Closure of Ostomy Wounds S-58
Patients with Ileostomies who are Readmitted for Dehydration - Do they have a Tell? S-59
'Ileostomy Pathway' Virtually Eliminates Readmissions for Dehydration in New Ostomates S-60
Minimally Invasive Colorectal Surgery with Enhanced Recovery Pathway: A Simplified Pay for Performance DRG-Based Model S-61
A Prospective, Randomized Controlled Trial of Sugared Chewing Gum on GI Recovery after Major Colorectal Surgery in Patients Managed with Early Enteral Feeding S-62
Vascular Pedicle Ligation with Energy Devices Improves Operative Outcomes of Laparoscopic Total Colectomy S-63
The Cost of Training: Is There a Resident Effect in Colectomy Outcomes? S-64
ESCP Best Paper- Electroacupuncture for Postoperative Ileus after Laparoscopic Colorectal Surgery: A Randomized Sham-controlled Study S-65
ASCRS Travel Scholarship Winner- Complement Activation - A Potential Biomarker in Surgical Management
Symposium: Maintenance of Certification: What You Need to Know
MOC: How Did We Get Here?
MOC: Where Are We Now?
Surgery Case Logs
New Directions for CME
Patient Satisfaction Surveys
Ernestine Hambrick, MD, Lectureship
Surgeon Safety and Well Being
Parviz Kamangar Humanities in Surgery Lectureship
Medical Humanism and Bending the Cost Curve
Abstract Session: Benign Abdominal
Acute Diverticulitis: Are Ostomy Reversal Rates Improving? S-66
Hartmann Reversal: Obesity Adversely Impacts Outcome S-67
The Number of Prior Episodes of Diverticulitis Affects Postoperative Outcomes S-68
Risk Stratification Model for Recurrence and Poor Outcomes in Diverticulitis Patients S-69
Percutaneous Drainage of Colonic Diverticular Abscess: Is Colon Resection Necessary? S-70
The Minimally Invasive Approach Minimizes the Perioperative Thromboembolic and Bleeding Complications for Patients on Chronic Oral Anticoagulant Therapy Undergoing Colorectal Surgery S-71
Venous Thromboembolism in Colorectal Surgery: Skip Surgical Care Improvement Project or Comply? S-72
Proton Pump Inhibitor Therapy and Malnourishment are Better Predictors of Recurrent C. difficile Colitis than Choice of Antibiotics S-73
Does Travel Distance Influence Length of Stay in Elective Colorectal Surgery? S-74
Oral Antibiotics with Mechanical Bowel Preparation Reduce Infection after Elective Colorectal Resections S-75
Body Surface Area: A New Predictor Factor for Conversion in Laparoscopic Colorectal Surgery S-76
Accidental Puncture or Laceration in Colorectal Surgery: A Quality Indicator or a Complexity Measure? S-77
ASCRS/ACS Symposium: Measuring & Improving the Quality of Surgical Outcomes in Colorectal Surgery
Why Do We Need to Measure and Improve?
Who Wants Me To Do These Things?
What Needs To Be Done to Measure?
How Do We Improve: How Does a Surgeon Do This?
Putting It All Together
Videos (Part 1)
Extralevator Abdominoperineal Excision for Low Rectal Cancer: The Perineal Technique with Reconstruction Using a Biologic Mesh (V-4) (WV-1)
Single-incision Right Hemicolectomy Using the Glove Technique (V-7) (WV-2)
Robotic Low Anterior Resection with Transanal Specimen Extraction (V-9) (WV-3)
Modification of TAMIS Procedure (V-15) (WV-4)
Anodermal Cutaneous Flap Perfusion Using Fluorescent Angiography (V-25) (WV-5)
Management of Difficult Colonic Polyps Using Combined Laparoscopy and Intraoperative C0 2 Colonoscopy (V-30) (WV-6)
Tissue Selecting Technique - Partial Stapled Hemorrhoidopexy (V-31) (WV-7)
Single-incision Laparoscopic Hartmann Reversal (V-37) WV-8
TAMIS Proctectomy (V-24) WV-9
Videos (Part 2)
Single-incision Laparoscopic Right Hemicolectomy: Inferior to Superior Approach with Intracorporeal Anastomosis (V-10) WV-10
Robotic Total Mesorectal Excision, Practical Solution, Obese Female (V-13) WV-11
Single-incision Laparoscopic Sigmoid Resection: Technical Video (V-19) WV-12
Robotic Single-port Sigmoid Colectomy (V-20) WV-13
Laparoscopic Robotic-assisted Ultra-low Anterior Resection (Using Combined Transanal and Transabdominal Approach) with Handsewn Colo-anal Anastomosis (V-21) WV-14
Laparoscopic-assisted Transanal Endoscopic TME for Rectal Cancer in a Female Patient (V-27) WV-15
Laparoscopic Sigmoid Resection for Inguinal Mesh Erosion (V-33) WV-16
Robotic Abdominoperineal Resection with Distal Sacrectomy (V-16) WV-17

EBRS Symposium- To Pexy or Not for Rectal Prolapse

Objectives: At the conclusion of this session, participants should be able to: a) understand the current status of
EBRS in colorectal surgery; b) understand the various methods of incorporating EBRS into training programs as
well as clinical practice; c) understand how to run a journal club; and d) understand what is the best evidence
for correcting rectal prolapse.


Introduction
Course ID : ASCRS1201A

Larissa Temple, MD, New York, NY

  • Introduction (MP4)

  • Navigation of EBRS Website
    Course ID : ASCRS1201B

    Marg McKenzie, RN, Toronto, ON, Canada

  • Navigation of EBRS Website (MP4)

  • Poll the Audience on their Practices
    Course ID : ASCRS1201C

    Larissa Temple, MD, New York, NY

  • Poll the Audience on their Practices (MP4)

  • Present the Evidence from the Trial
    Course ID : ASCRS1201D

    Arden Morris, MD, Ann Arbor, MI

  • Present the Evidence from the Trial (MP4)

  • Expert Panel With Audience Discussion
    Course ID : ASCRS1201E

    Larissa Temple, MD, New York, NY
    Janice Rafferty, MD, Cincinnati, OH
    Marcus Burnstein, MD, Toronto, ON, Canada
    Andre D'Hoore, MD, PhD, Leuven, Belgium


  • Expert Panel With Audience Discussion (MP4)

  • What do the Experts Say?
    Course ID : ASCRS1201F

    Carl Brown, MD, Vancouver, BC, Canada

  • What do the Experts Say? (MP4)

  • Professionalism and Communication Workshop

    Objectives: Upon completion of this session, participants should have a greater understanding of themselves,
    their colleagues and their workplace.

    Starts with Steel and Ends with Silk: Moving From the Sharp Edges of Training to the Smooth Sails of Personal Renewal
    Course ID : ASCRS1203

    John Wynn, MD
    Private Practice of Psychiatry
    Chair, Board of Directors
    Washington Physicians Health Program
    Seattle, WA


  • Starts with Steel and Ends with Silk (MP4)

  • Research Foundation Workshop

    Objectives: At the conclusion of this session, participants should be able to: a) discuss members' roles in raising
    funds for the Foundation; b) understand how to help create a sustained, proactive fundraising process for the
    Foundation; c) learn how to engage and cultivate prospects and donors; d) outline a grateful patient cultivation
    process and how it can benefit the Foundation; e) discuss Foundation fundraising resources available to ASCRS
    members; and f ) share fundraising success stories and build plans for local and national fundraising to benefit
    the Foundation.

    Focus on Philanthropy: Best Practices and Innovation Sharing
    Course ID : ASCRS1204

    Daniel H. Nisbet
    Regional Vice President
    Community Counselling Service, Inc.
    Chicago, IL


  • Focus on Philanthropy (MP4)

  • Robotics

    Objectives: Upon completion of this workshop, the participants will be able to: a) understand the set-up and
    operation of the surgical robot; b) learn the necessary steps to perform a robotic rectal dissection including a
    total mesorectal excision; c) discuss the future applications for robotic surgery in colorectal surgery; and d)
    understand the current credentialing guidelines for robotics.

    Learning Curve, Getting Started
    Course ID : ASCRS1205A

    Deborah Nagle, MD, Boston, MA

  • Learning Curve, Getting Started (MP4)

  • Intersphincteric Resection LAR
    Course ID : ASCRS1205B

    Alessio Pigazzi, MD, PhD, Orange, CA

  • Intersphincteric Resection LAR (MP4)

  • Right Colon Intracorporeal Anastomosis
    Course ID : ASCRS1205C

    Henry J. Lujan, MD, FACS, FASCRS

  • Right Colon Intracorporeal Anastomosis (MP4)

  • Robotic Single Port Colon and Rectal Surgery
    Course ID : ASCRS1205D

    Vincent Obias, MD

  • Robotic Single Port Colon and Rectal Surgery (MP4)

  • Robotic Transanal Surgery
    Course ID : ASCRS1205E

    Sergio Larach, MD, Orlando, FL

  • Robotic Transanal Surgery (MP4)

  • IBD
    Course ID : ASCRS1205F

    Elisabeth McLemore, MD, La Jolla, CA


  • IBD (MP4)

  • Cost
    Course ID : ASCRS1205G

    Eric Haas, MD, Houston, TX
    Sang Lee, MD, New York, NY



  • Cost (MP4)
  • Cost2 (MP4)

  • Rectal Cancer Surgery
    Course ID : ASCRS1205H

    George Chang, MD, Houston, TX
    John Marks, MD, Wynnewood, PA


  • Rectal Cancer Surgery (MP4)
  • Rectal Cancer Surgery2 (MP4)

  • The Future is: "Robotics"
    Course ID : ASCRS1205I

    Slawomir Marecik, MD, Park Ridge, IL
    Bradley Davis, MD, Cincinnati, OH


  • The Future is: Robotics (MP4)
  • The Future is: Robotics 2 (MP4)

  • Core Subject Update

    Objectives: Upon completion of this session, participants should be able to: a) discuss the medical and surgical
    treatment of anal fissures and hemorrhoids; b) demonstrate an understanding of intussusception and solitary
    rectal ulcer and discuss optimal treatment of rectal prolapse; c) discuss the evaluation and medical and surgical
    treatment of ulcerative colitis; d) discuss the management of patients with colonic injuries due to trauma and
    the surgical treatment of colonic volvulus; e) demonstrate an understanding of the diagnosis and surgical
    treatment of anal and retrorectal tumors; and f ) demonstrate an understanding of hereditary colon cancer
    syndromes and the role of genetic testing.

    Anal Fissure and Hemorrhoids
    Course ID : ASCRS1207A

    Daniel Herzig, MD, Portland, OR

  • Anal Fissure and Hemorrhoids (MP4)

  • Rectal Prolapse/Intussusception/Solitary Rectal Ulcer
    Course ID : ASCRS1207B

    Bruce Robb, MD, Indianapolis, IN

  • Rectal Prolapse/Intussusception/Solitary Rectal Ulcer (MP4)

  • Ulcerative Colitis
    Course ID : ASCRS1207C

    Andrea Chao Bafford, MD, Baltimore, MD

  • Ulcerative Colitis (MP4)

  • Trauma/Colonic Volvulus
    Course ID : ASCRS1207D

    Sean Glasgow, MD, San Antonio, TX

  • Trauma/Colonic Volvulus (MP4)

  • Benign and Malignant Anal Tumors/Retrorectal Tumors
    Course ID : ASCRS1207E

    John Migaly, MD, Durham, NC

  • Benign and Malignant Anal Tumors/Retrorectal Tumors (MP4)

  • Hereditary Colon Cancer Syndromes and Genetic Testing
    Course ID : ASCRS1207F

    Paul Wise, MD, Nashville, TN

  • Hereditary Colon Cancer Syndromes and Genetic Testing (MP4)

  • Laparoscopic Nuts and Bolts

    Objectives: At the conclusion of this session, participants should be able to: a) understand various laparoscopic
    approaches to mobilization of the colon; b) demonstrate techniques of managing intra-surgery; and
    c) understand the role of robotic colorectal surgery.

    Optimizing Port Placement Including Hand Port
    Course ID : ASCRS1208A

    Liliana Bordeianou, MD, Boston, MA

  • Optimizing Port Placement Including Hand Port (MP4)

  • Single-incision Tricks and Tips
    Course ID : ASCRS1208B

    Valerie Papaconstantinou-Bauer, MD
    Houston, TX


  • Single-incision Tricks and Tips (MP4)

  • Robotic Placement for Maximum Efficiency
    Course ID : ASCRS1208C

    Jonathan Efron, MD, Baltimore, MD

  • Robotic Placement for Maximum Efficiency (MP4)

  • Safe Use of Energy Sources
    Course ID : ASCRS1208D

    Brian Dunkin, MD, Houston, TX

  • Safe Use of Energy Sources (MP4)

  • Intracorporeal Anastomosis and Suturing
    Course ID : ASCRS1208E

    Barry Salky, MD, New York, NY

  • Intracorporeal Anastomosis and Suturing (MP4)

  • Handling the Challenging Mesentery
    Course ID : ASCRS1208F

    Matthew Kalady, MD, Cleveland, OH

  • Handling the Challenging Mesentery (MP4)

  • Splenic Flexure Mobilization
    Course ID : ASCRS1208G

    Brian Valerian, MD, Albany, NY

  • Splenic Flexure Mobilization (MP4)

  • Medical to Lateral Mobilization
    Course ID : ASCRS1208H

    Matthew Mutch, MD, St. Louis, MO

  • Medical to Lateral Mobilization (MP4)

  • Complicated Crohn's Disease
    Course ID : ASCRS1208I

    Phillip Fleshner, MD, Los Angeles, CA

  • Complicated Crohn's Disease (MP4)

  • Challenges in the Obese Patient
    Course ID : ASCRS1208J

    Raul Rosenthal, MD, Weston, FL

  • Challenges in the Obese Patient (MP4)

  • Ventral Hernia Repair
    Course ID : ASCRS1208K

    Michael Awad, MD, PhD, St. Louis, MO

  • Ventral Hernia Repair (MP4)

  • Laparoscopic Management of Bowel Obstruction
    Course ID : ASCRS1208L

    Sharon Stein, MD, Cleveland, OH

  • Laparoscopic Management of Bowel Obstruction (MP4)

  • Abstract Session- Rectal Cancer



    Short-course Radiotherapy and Delayed Surgery for Low Rectal Cancer: Results from a Single Institution (S1)
    Course ID : ASCRS1213A

    P. Delrio, E. Cardone, B. Pecori, D. Rega,
    A. Avallone, P. Tammaro, F. Tatangelo, P. Marone,
    L. Aloj, U. Pace, D. Scala, F. Bianco, F. Ruffolo,
    S. Imbimbo, G. Nasti, A. Petrillo, E. De Lutio di
    Castelguidone, P. Muto, S. Lastoria, G. Romano,
    Naples, Italy


  • Short-course Radiotherapy and Delayed Surgery for Low Rectal Cancer: Results from a Single Institution (MP4)

  • Pathologic Depth of Tumor Invasion after Neoadjuvant Chemoradiation in Patients with Rectal Cancer (S2)
    Course ID : ASCRS1213B

    M.N. Duldulao, W. Lee, L. Streja, J. Sanchez, P. Chu,
    Z. Chen, W. Li, J. Kim, J. Garcia-Aguilar, Duarte, CA


  • Pathologic Depth of Tumor Invasion after Neoadjuvant Chemoradiation in Patients with Rectal Cancer (MP4)

  • Response to Neoadjuvant Therapy in Early- age-of-onset Rectal Cancer Patients (S3)
    Course ID : ASCRS1213C

    E. Steinhagen, J. Shia, E. Riedel, G.N. Nash,
    M.R. Weiser, L.K. Temple, P.B. Paty, J.G. Guillem,
    New York, NY


  • Response to Neoadjuvant Therapy in Early- age-of-onset Rectal Cancer Patients (MP4)

  • A Multicenter Phase II Trial of Anus-preserving Operation with Intersphincteric Resection for Very Low Rectal Cancer (S4)
    Course ID : ASCRS1213D

    M. Ito, Y. Moriya, N. Saito, K. Shirouzu, K. Maeda,
    Y. Kanemitsu, K. Koda, K. Hase, Kashiwa, Chiba,
    Japan; Chuo-ku, Tokyo, Japan; Kurume, Fukuoka,
    Japan; Toyoake , Aichi, Japan; Nagoya, Aichi,
    Japan; Ichihara, Chiba, Japan; Tokorozawa,
    Saitama, Japan


  • A Multicenter Phase II Trial of Anus-preserving Operation with Intersphincteric Resection for Very Low Rectal Cancer (MP4)

  • Laparoscopic Resection of Rectal Cancer Results in Higher Lymph Node Yield and Better Shortterm Outcomes than Open Surgery (S5)
    Course ID : ASCRS1213E

    M. Boutros, N. Hippalgaonkar, D. Allende,
    S.D. Wexner, M. Berho, Weston, FL


  • Laparoscopic Resection of Rectal Cancer Results in Higher Lymph Node Yield and Better Shortterm Outcomes than Open Surgery (MP4)

  • Impact of Radical Mesorectal Excision for Patients with ypT0-2 Rectal Cancer Following Neoadjuvant Chemoradiotherapy (S6)
    Course ID : ASCRS1213F

    I. Park, Y.N. You, J.M. Skibber, M.A. RodriguezBigas,
    B.W. Feig, G.J. Chang, Houston, TX


  • Impact of Radical Mesorectal Excision for Patients with ypT0-2 Rectal Cancer Following Neoadjuvant Chemoradiotherapy (MP4)

  • Preliminary Experience of Cylindrical Abdominoperineal Resection with Pelvic Floor Reconstruction Using Human Acellular Dermal Matrix for Locally Advanced Lower Rectal Cancer (S7)
    Course ID : ASCRS1213G

    Z. Wang, J. Han, G. Wei, Z. Gao, Y. Yang, B. Zhao,
    Beijing, China


  • Preliminary Experience of Cylindrical Abdominoperineal Resection with Pelvic Floor Reconstruction Using Human Acellular Dermal Matrix for Locally Advanced Lower Rectal Cancer (MP4)

  • Nodal Status Predicts Oncologic Outcome in Rectal Cancer Patients with an Involved Circumferential Resection Margin after Total Mesorectal Excision (S8)
    Course ID : ASCRS1213H

    C. Wang, F.H. Remzi, L. Stocchi, M. Kalady,
    I.C. Lavery, D.W. Dietz, Cleveland, OH


  • Nodal Status Predicts Oncologic Outcome in Rectal Cancer Patients with an Involved Circumferential Resection Margin after Total Mesorectal Excision (MP4)

  • Tumor Scatter after Neoadjuvant Therapy: Are We Dealing with an Invisible Margin? A Pilot Study (S9)
    Course ID : ASCRS1213I

    D.M. Hayden, S. Jakate, M.C. Mora,
    A.B. Francescatti, T.J. Saclarides, M.I. Brand,
    Chicago, IL


  • Tumor Scatter after Neoadjuvant Therapy: Are We Dealing with an Invisible Margin? A Pilot Study (MP4)

  • Depth of Mesorectal Extension has Prognostic Significance in Patients with T3 Rectal Cancer (S10)
    Course ID : ASCRS1213J

    R. Shin, H.Y. Yoo, S.Y. Jeong, H.K. Oh, H.K. Ha,
    K.J. Park, S.C. Heo, K.H. Kang, W.H. Kim, J.G. Park,
    Seoul, Republic of Korea


  • Depth of Mesorectal Extension has Prognostic Significance in Patients with T3 Rectal Cancer (MP4)

  • Is Curative Resection and Long-term Survival Possible for Locally Re-recurrent Colorectal Cancer in the Pelvis? (S11)
    Course ID : ASCRS1213K

    D. Colibaseanu, K. Mathis, Z. Abdelsattar,
    D. Larson, M. Haddock, E. Dozois, Rochester, MN


  • Is Curative Resection and Long-term Survival Possible for Locally Re-recurrent Colorectal Cancer in the Pelvis? (MP4)

  • Multimodality Salvage of Failure after Local Excision for Rectal Cancer (S12)
    Course ID : ASCRS1213L

    Y. You, R.E. Roses, G.J. Chang, M.A. RodriguezBigas,
    B.W. Feig, J.M. Skibber, Houston, TX


  • Multimodality Salvage of Failure after Local Excision for Rectal Cancer (MP4)

  • Routine Use of Positron-Emission Tomography for Staging of Primary Colorectal Cancer: Does it Effect a Management?
    Course ID : ASCRS1213M

    Gokhan Cipe, MD
    Bezmialem Vakif University, Faculty of Medicine,
    Dept of General Surgery, Adnan Menderes
    Bulvari, Fatih, Istanbul, Turkey


  • Routine Use of Positron-Emission Tomography for Staging of Primary Colorectal Cancer: Does it Effect a Management? (MP4)

  • ASCRS/SSAT Symposium- Optimizing Perioperative Outcomes

    Objectives: At the conclusion of this session, participants should be able to: a) understand the preoperative
    factors that increase a patient's risk for surgery; b) appreciate the impact the different national databases can
    have on individual practices; c) determine the role for preoperative bowel preparation; and d) learn strategies
    for improved outcomes in the obese patient population.

    Risk Stratification
    Course ID : ASCRS1214A

    Scott Strong, MD, Cleveland, OH

  • Risk Stratification (MP4)

  • Exchanging Dogma for Fact-improving Outcomes Based on Your Own Results
    Course ID : ASCRS1214B

    James Fleshman, MD, St. Louis, MO

  • Exchanging Dogma for Fact-improving Outcomes Based on Your Own Results (MP4)

  • Fast Track Protocols
    Course ID : ASCRS1214C

    David Berger, MD, Boston, MA

  • Fast Track Protocols (MP4)

  • Applying National Database Data to Individual Practice
    Course ID : ASCRS1214D

    David Etzioni, MD, Phoenix, AZ

  • Applying National Database Data to Individual Practice (MP4)

  • Bowel Prep Mandatory or Meddlesome
    Course ID : ASCRS1214E

    Oded Zmora, MD, Tel Hashomer, Israel

  • Bowel Prep Mandatory or Meddlesome (MP4)

  • Mental Training: New Training Modalities in General Surgery
    Course ID : ASCRS1214F

    Raul Rosenthal, MD, Weston, FL

  • Mental Training: New Training Modalities in General Surgery (MP4)

  • Presidential Address: Global Collaboration Facilitates Advances in Colorectal Surgery


    Presidential Address: Global Collaboration Facilitates Advances in Colorectal Surgery
    Course ID : ASCRS1217

    Steven D. Wexner, MD, FACS, FRCS, FRCS(Ed)
    Chief Academic Officer
    Cleveland Clinic Florida
    Professor & Chair
    Department of Colorectal Surgery
    Associate Dean for Academic Affairs
    Florida Atlantic University College of Medicine
    Affiliate Dean for Clinical Education
    Florida International University College of Medicine
    Weston, FL


  • Presidential Address: Global Collaboration Facilitates Advances in Colorectal Surgery (MP4)

  • Abstract Session- Neoplasia


    Ghost Ileostomy in Anterior Resection for Rectal Carcinoma: Is it Worthwhile? (S13)
    Course ID : ASCRS1218A

    L. Mori, P. Meinero, F. Razzetta, G. D'Ambrosio,
    Lavagna (Genova), Italy


  • Ghost Ileostomy in Anterior Resection for Rectal Carcinoma: Is it Worthwhile? (MP4)

  • Consequences of Anastomotic Leak after Restorative Proctectomy for Cancer: Effect on Long-term Function and Quality of Life (S14)
    Course ID : ASCRS1218B

    J.H. Ashburn, L. Stocchi, R.P. Kiran, D.W. Dietz,
    F.H. Remzi, Cleveland, OH


  • Consequences of Anastomotic Leak after Restorative Proctectomy for Cancer: Effect on Long-term Function and Quality of Life (MP4)

  • Anal Versus Rectal Melanoma: Does Site of Origin Predict Outcome? (S15)
    Course ID : ASCRS1218C

    D.M. Bello, E.C. Smyth, S.A. Khan, D. Perez,
    C.E. Ariyan, R.D. Carvajal, M.R. Weiser, New
    York, NY


  • Anal Versus Rectal Melanoma: Does Site of Origin Predict Outcome? (MP4)

  • Control of Anal Transitional Zone Neoplasia in Patients with Familial Adenomatous Polyposis after Restorative Proctocolectomy and Ileal Pouch-anal Anastomosis: Incidence, Management, Oncologic, and Functional Outcomes (S16)
    Course ID : ASCRS1218D

    Y. Ozdemir, M.F. Kalady, H.H. Erem, R.P. Kiran,
    E. Aytac, J.M. Church, F.H. Remzi, Cleveland, OH


  • Control of Anal Transitional Zone Neoplasia in Patients with Familial Adenomatous Polyposis after Restorative Proctocolectomy and Ileal Pouch-anal Anastomosis: Incidence, Management, Oncologic, and Functional Outcomes (MP4)

  • Metachronous Colorectal Cancer: Don't Give Up on Surveillance Too Early (S17)
    Course ID : ASCRS1218E

    N.J. Battersby, A. Coupland, N. Mirza, G. Bonney,
    J.G. Williams, Wolverhampton, UK


  • Metachronous Colorectal Cancer: Don't Give Up on Surveillance Too Early (MP4)

  • Colorectal Cancer Surgery in Portal Hypertensive Patients: Does Adjuvant Oxaliplatin Affect the Prognosis? (S18)
    Course ID : ASCRS1218F

    K. Madbouly, A.M. Hussein, A.E. Zeid, Alexandria,
    Egypt


  • Colorectal Cancer Surgery in Portal Hypertensive Patients: Does Adjuvant Oxaliplatin Affect the Prognosis? (MP4)

  • In Vitro Adenosine Triphosphate-based Chemotherapy Response Assay as a Predictor of Response to Fluorouracil-based Adjuvant Chemotherapy in Stage II Colorectal Cancer (S19)
    Course ID : ASCRS1218G

    H. Kwon, Y. Park, I. Kim, S. Sohn, K. Lee, Seoul,
    Republic of Korea


  • In Vitro Adenosine Triphosphate-based Chemotherapy Response Assay as a Predictor of Response to Fluorouracil-based Adjuvant Chemotherapy in Stage II Colorectal Cancer (MP4)

  • Colectomy for Endoscopically Unresectable Polyps: How Often is it Cancer? (S20)
    Course ID : ASCRS1218H

    N. Bertelson, K. Kalkbrenner, A. Merchea,
    E.J. Dozois, R.G. Landmann, G. De Petris,
    T.M. Young-Fadok, D.A. Etzioni, Phoenix, AZ;
    Rochester, MN; Jacksonville, FL


  • Colectomy for Endoscopically Unresectable Polyps: How Often is it Cancer? (MP4)

  • Natural Orifice Transluminal Endoscopy Surgery for Large Cecal Lesion (V-32) (S21)
    Course ID : ASCRS1218I

    E. Gorgun, F. Remzi, Cleveland, OH

  • Natural Orifice Transluminal Endoscopy Surgery for Large Cecal Lesion (V-32) (MP4)

  • Survival Outcomes for Colon Cancer in an Urban Open Access System (S22)
    Course ID : ASCRS1218J

    D. Keller, G. Gill, M. Philp, Philadelphia, PA

  • Survival Outcomes for Colon Cancer in an Urban Open Access System (MP4)

  • British Traveling Fellow- Outcomes Following Surgery for Colorectal Cancer with Synchronous Peritoneal Metastases
    Course ID : ASCRS1218K

    Jurgen J.W. Mulsow, MD, FRCSI
    Mater Misericordiae University Hospital
    Dublin, Ireland


  • British Traveling Fellow- Outcomes Following Surgery for Colorectal Cancer with Synchronous Peritoneal Metastases (MP4)

  • Killingback Award Winner- Adverse Features Do Not Predict Response to Adjuvant Chemotherapy in Patients with Stage II Colon Cancer
    Course ID : ASCRS1218L

    Szelin Peng, MBChB, FRACS
    Royal Adelaide Hospital
    Adelaide, Australia


  • Killingback Award Winner- Adverse Features Do Not Predict Response to Adjuvant Chemotherapy in Patients with Stage II Colon Cancer (MP4)

  • David G. Jagelman, MD Lectureship: A Brief History of the World, Part 1


    A Brief History of the World, Part I
    Course ID : ASCRS1220

    Professor Graham L. Newstead AM
    MB BS, FRACS, FRCS (Eng), FACS, FASCRS Hon FRSM,
    Hon FACP (GB&I)
    Conjoint Associate Professor
    University of New South Wales
    Sydney, Australia


  • A Brief History of the World, Part I (MP4)

  • Norman Nigro, MD Research Lectureship: Radiotherapy in Rectal Cancer: How, When & to Whom


    Radiotherapy in Rectal Cancer: How, When and To Whom
    Course ID : ASCRS1221

    Professor Lars Pahlman, MD, PhD
    FRCS (Engl), Hon FRCS (Edin), Hon FRCS (Glas)
    Professor of Surgery
    Head Colorectal Unit, Department of Surgery
    University Hospital
    Uppsala, Sweden


  • Radiotherapy in Rectal Cancer: How, When and To Whom (MP4)

  • Abstract Session: Inflammatory Bowel Disease


    Controversies in the Surgical Management of Females of Reproductive Age with Ulcerative Colitis S-23
    Course ID : ASCRS1222A

    P. Fleshner, K. Bradford, G. Melmed, M. Dubinsky,
    Los Angeles, CA


  • Controversies in the Surgical Management of Females of Reproductive Age with Ulcerative Colitis (MP4)

  • Quality of Life in IPAA Patients Versus Ostomates: A Comprehensive Comparative Assessment S-24
    Course ID : ASCRS1222B

    K. Kuruvilla, N.H. Hyman, T. Osler, Burlington, VT

  • Quality of Life in IPAA Patients Versus Ostomates: A Comprehensive Comparative Assessment (MP4)

  • Clinical and Functional Outcomes after Restorative Proctocolectomy and Ileal Pouch-anal Anastomosis in the Pediatric Population S-25
    Course ID : ASCRS1222C

    Y. Ozdemir, R.P. Kiran, H.H. Erem, E. Aytac,
    E. Gorgun, F.H. Remzi, Cleveland, OH


  • Clinical and Functional Outcomes after Restorative Proctocolectomy and Ileal Pouch-anal Anastomosis in the Pediatric Population (MP4)

  • Validated Nomogram for Preoperative Prediction of Chronic Pouchitis and Denovo Crohn's Disease after Ileal Pouch-anal Anastomosis S-26
    Course ID : ASCRS1222D

    K.N. Zaghiyan, D. Berel, Z. Murrell, P. Fleshner,
    Los Angeles, CA


  • Validated Nomogram for Preoperative Prediction of Chronic Pouchitis and Denovo Crohn's Disease after Ileal Pouch-anal Anastomosis (MP4)

  • Functional Outcome and Quality of Life 20 Years after IPAA: Nearly the Same as It Ever Was! S-26A
    Course ID : ASCRS1222E

    A. Aboulian, R.P. Kiran, D.W. Dietz, J. Church,
    I. Lavery, V.W. Fazio, F.H. Remzi, Cleveland, OH


  • Functional Outcome and Quality of Life 20 Years after IPAA: Nearly the Same as It Ever Was! (MP4)

  • Venous Thromboembolism after Surgery for Inflammatory Bowel Disease: Are there Modifiable Risk Factors? Data from American College of Surgeons National Surgical Quality Improvement Program S-27
    Course ID : ASCRS1222F

    S.D. Holubar, R.R. De Martino, J.B. Wallaert,
    P.P. Goodney, S.R. Finlayson, Lebanon, NH


  • Venous Thromboembolism after Surgery for Inflammatory Bowel Disease: Are there Modifiable Risk Factors? Data from American College of Surgeons National Surgical Quality Improvement Program (MP4)

  • Laparoscopic Proctocolectomy in Patient with Previous Diverting Loop Ileostomy for Crohn's Disease (V-3) S-28
    Course ID : ASCRS1222G

    L. Stocchi, Cleveland, OH

  • Laparoscopic Proctocolectomy in Patient with Previous Diverting Loop Ileostomy for Crohn's Disease (V-3) (MP4)

  • Mutations in TAGAP are Protective of Anal Sepsis in Ileocolonic Crohn's Disease S-29
    Course ID : ASCRS1222H

    T.M. Connelly, R. Sehgal, A. Berg, J.P. Hegarty,
    S. Deiling, L.S. Poritz, W.A. Koltun, Hershey, PA


  • Mutations in TAGAP are Protective of Anal Sepsis in Ileocolonic Crohn's Disease (MP4)

  • Positive Histological Margins for Inflammation are Associated with Increased Risk for Intra-Abdominal Septic Complications in Patients Undergoing Ileocecal Resection for Crohn's Disease S-30
    Course ID : ASCRS1222I

    O. Shental, H. Tulchuinsky, R. Greenberg,
    S. Avital, Tel-Aviv, Israel; Kfar-Saba, Israel


  • Positive Histological Margins for Inflammation are Associated with Increased Risk for Intra-Abdominal Septic Complications in Patients Undergoing Ileocecal Resection for Crohn's Disease (MP4)

  • Laparoscopic Treatment of Fistulizing Crohn's Disease with Urinary Tract Obstruction (V-40) S-31
    Course ID : ASCRS1222J

    G. Rossi, V. Im, R. Mentz, C. Vaccaro, G. Ojea,
    Quintana, Buenos Aires, Argentina


  • Laparoscopic Treatment of Fistulizing Crohn's Disease with Urinary Tract Obstruction (V-40) (MP4)

  • Single-site Laparoscopic Ileocolectomy for Complicated Crohn's Disease (V-2) S-32
    Course ID : ASCRS1222K

    D. Stewart, Hershey, PA

  • Single-site Laparoscopic Ileocolectomy for Complicated Crohn's Disease (V-2) (MP4)

  • Rectal Prolapse - Evaluating the Many Choices

    Objectives: At the conclusion of this session, participants should be able to: a) understand the abdominal
    approaches and different fixation techniques available for treatment of rectal prolapse; b) understand the
    perineal approaches and different resection techniques for the treatment of rectal prolapse; c) appreciate the
    role of laparoscopy in the management of prolapse; d) become familiar with the multidisciplinary methods of
    correcting anterior and posterior compartment pathology simultaneously; and e) develop a treatment algorithm
    for the management of rectal prolapse in different clinical settings.

    Choosing the Right Repair
    Course ID : ASCRS1225A

    Paris Tekkis, MD, London, UK

  • Choosing the Right Repair (MP4)

  • Abdominal Approaches-Resection with Posterior Fixation
    Course ID : ASCRS1225B

    David Bartolo, MD, Edinburgh, UK

  • Abdominal Approaches-Resection with Posterior Fixation (MP4)

  • Abdominal Approaches: Anterior Fixation
    Course ID : ASCRS1225C

    Andre D'Hoore, MD, PhD, Leuven, Belgium

  • Abdominal Approaches: Anterior Fixation (MP4)

  • Perineal Approaches
    Course ID : ASCRS1225D

    Paula Denoya, MD, Stony Brook, NY

  • Perineal Approaches (MP4)

  • Laparoscopic and Robotic Methods
    Course ID : ASRS1225E

    Alessio Pigazzi, MD, PhD, Orange, CA

  • Laparoscopic and Robotic Methods (MP4)

  • Young Surgeons Symposium

    Objectives: At the conclusion of this session, participants should be able to: a) discuss issues regarding creating
    a new laparoscopic colorectal program at a hospital; b) understand what skills are necessary for successful negotiating with hospital administration; c) discuss marketing of a colorectal practice, with specific emphasis on
    the use of social media in marketing; d) discuss common scenarios for clinical mistakes and how to change a
    negative into a positive experience; e) learn how to communicate mistakes to patients, colleagues and referring
    physicians; f ) understand the role of mentorship, how to find and create a mentorship relationship; and
    g) discuss risks of burnout and strategies to prevent burnout in colorectal practice.

    New Practice/New Needs: Starting a Minimally Invasive Practice Where There Isn't One - How to Negotiate with Your Hospital and Get What You Need
    Course ID : ASCRS1226A

    Kelly Tyler, MD, Springfield, MA

  • New Practice/New Needs: Starting a Minimally Invasive Practice Where There Isn't One - How to Negotiate with Your Hospital and Get What You Need (MP4)

  • Webpages, Facebook, and Social Media: Marketing your Practice in 2012
    Course ID : ASCRS1226B

    Steven Schwaitzberg, MD, Cambridge, MA

  • Webpages, Facebook, and Social Media: Marketing your Practice in 2012 (MP4)

  • Mentorship 101: Finding, Cultivating and Being a Mentor
    Course ID : ASCRS1226C

    Ann Lowry, MD, St. Paul, MN

  • Mentorship 101: Finding, Cultivating and Being a Mentor (MP4)

  • Oops! Recovering from Mistakes and Using Them to Your Advantage
    Course ID : ASCRS1226D

    Richard L. Whelan, MD, New York, NY

  • Oops! Recovering from Mistakes and Using Them to Your Advantage (MP4)

  • Burnout: Tips for a Long and Happy Career
    Course ID : ASCRS1226E

    Michael Stamos, MD, Orange, CA

  • Burnout: Tips for a Long and Happy Career (MP4)

  • Harry E. Bacon, MD Lectureship


    The Embryological Basis of Colorectal Cancer Management
    Course ID : ASCRS1228

    Professor Richard J. Heald, OBE, MChir FRCS
    Surgical Director, The Pelican Cancer Foundation
    Basingstoke, Hampshire, UK


  • The Embryological Basis of Colorectal Cancer Management (MP4)

  • Abstract Session: New Technologies


    To LIFT or to Flap? Which Surgery to Perform Following Seton Insertion for High Anal Fistula? S-33
    Course ID : ASCRS1229A

    K. Tan, A.M. Tan, R. Alsuwaigh, D.C. Koh,
    C.B. Tsang, Singapore


  • To LIFT or to Flap? Which Surgery to Perform Following Seton Insertion for High Anal Fistula? (MP4)

  • Long-term Results of Ligation of Intersphincteric Fistula Tract for Fistula-in-Ano S-34
    Course ID : ASCRS1229B

    W.Y. Liu, A. Aboulian, A. Kaji, R. Kumar,
    Torrance, CA


  • Long-term Results of Ligation of Intersphincteric Fistula Tract for Fistula-in-Ano (MP4)

  • Does LIFT Raise the Bar in Fistula Surgery? S-35
    Course ID : ASCRS1229C

    U. Wallin, A.F. Mellgren, R.D. Madoff,
    S.M. Goldberg, Minneapolis, MN


  • Does LIFT Raise the Bar in Fistula Surgery? (MP4)

  • LIFT Procedure: Surgical Tips Learned from 4 Years of Experience (V-8) S-36
    Course ID : ASCRS1229D

    S. Vogler, S. Goldberg, Minneapolis, MN

  • LIFT Procedure: Surgical Tips Learned from 4 Years of Experience (V-8) (MP4)

  • High Macro Rubberbanding S-38
    Course ID : AASCRS1229E

    J.A. Reis Neto, J.A. Reis Jr., J. Simoes-Neto, O.
    Kagohara, Sao Paulo, Brazil


  • High Macro Rubberbanding (MP4)

  • A Randomized Controlled Trial Comparing Between Colonic Irrigation and Oral Antibiotic Administration Versus 4% Formalin Application for Hemorrhagic Radiation Proctitis S-39
    Course ID : ASCRS1229F

    C. Sahakitrungruang, A. Patiwongpaisarn,
    P. Kanjanasilp, P. Atittharnsakul, Bangkok,
    Thailand


  • A Randomized Controlled Trial Comparing Between Colonic Irrigation and Oral Antibiotic Administration Versus 4% Formalin Application for Hemorrhagic Radiation Proctitis (MP4)

  • Transanal Minimally Invasive Surgery: Efficacy Proven in the First 50 Consecutive Resections S-40
    Course ID : ASCRS1229G

    M.R. Albert, S. Atallah, S. Larach, S. Izfar, O. Felix,
    T. deBeche-Adams, Alamonte Springs, FL;
    Orlando, FL


  • Transanal Minimally Invasive Surgery: Efficacy Proven in the First 50 Consecutive Resections (MP4)

  • Bioabsorbable Staple Line Reinforcement in Restorative Proctectomy and Anterior Resection: A Prospective Randomized Study S-41
    Course ID : ASCRS1229H

    A. Senagore, F.R. Lane, E.C. Lee, S.D. Wexner,
    N. Dujovny, B. Sklow, P.F. Rider, D.R. Metcalf,
    Los Angeles, CA; Indianapolis, IN; Albany, NY;
    Weston, FL; Grand Rapids, MI; Salt Lake City, UT;
    Duluth, MN


  • Bioabsorbable Staple Line Reinforcement in Restorative Proctectomy and Anterior Resection: A Prospective Randomized Study (MP4)

  • Evaluation of the Single-port Laparoscopic Right Hemicolectomy Learning Curve S-42
    Course ID : ASCRS1229I

    M. Guzman, J.A. Waters, A.L. Jester, D.J. Selzer,
    B.W. Robb, V.V. George, Indianapolis, IN


  • Evaluation of the Single-port Laparoscopic Right Hemicolectomy Learning Curve (MP4)

  • Single-incision Laparoscopic Colectomy: A Case-matched Series S-43
    Course ID : ASCRS1229J

    N. Bertelson, T.M. Young-Fadok, Phoenix, AZ

  • Single-incision Laparoscopic Colectomy: A Case-matched Series (MP4)

  • ASCRS/SAGES Symposium: Debates in Minimal Access Abdominal Surgery

    Objectives: At the conclusion of this session, participants should be able to: a) understand the indications,
    technical aspects and adoption of single incision laparoscopy; b) understand the indications, patient benefits,
    and factors in adoption of robotics in colon and rectal surgery; and c) understand the associated procedural and
    societal costs for laparoscopy and newer technologies in colon and rectal surgery.

    The Case for Single Port Laparoscopic Colectomy
    Course ID : ASCRS1230A

    Tonia Young-Fadok, MD, Phoenix, AZ

  • The Case for Single Port Laparoscopic Colectomy (MP4)

  • The Case for Laparoscopy
    Course ID : ASCRS1230B

    Mark Whiteford, MD, Portland, OR

  • The Case for Laparoscopy (MP4)

  • The Case for Hand-assisted Laparoscopy
    Course ID : ASCRS1230C

    Peter Marcello, MD, Burlington, MA

  • The Case for Hand-assisted Laparoscopy (MP4)

  • The Case for NOTES
    Course ID : ASCRS1230D

    David Rattner, MD, Boston, MA

  • The Case for NOTES (MP4)

  • The Case for Laparoscopic Rectal Surgery
    Course ID : ASCRS1230E

    Antonio Lacy, MD, PhD, Barcelona, Spain

  • The Case for Laparoscopic Rectal Surgery (MP4)

  • The Case for Robot-assisted Rectal Surgery
    Course ID : ASCRS1230F

    Jonathan Efron, MD, Baltimore, MD

  • The Case for Robot-assisted Rectal Surgery (MP4)

  • Abstract Session: Pelvic Floor


    Correlation Between Anal Incontinence and Longitudinal Extent of Sphincter Defects at Anal Ultrasound: Proposing a Simple Sphincter Length Defect Score S-44
    Course ID : ASCRS1231A

    A. Wong, S. Norderval, Melbourne, Victoria,
    Australia; Tromso, Norway


  • Correlation Between Anal Incontinence and Longitudinal Extent of Sphincter Defects at Anal Ultrasound: Proposing a Simple Sphincter Length Defect Score (MP4)

  • Intra-anal Collagen Injection for Fecal Incontinence: Long-term Results S-45
    Course ID : ASCRS1231B

    S. Maslekar, D. Harji, B. Griffiths, P.M. Sagar,
    Leeds, UK


  • Intra-anal Collagen Injection for Fecal Incontinence: Long-term Results (MP4)

  • Long-term Efficacy of NASHA/Dx Injection Therapy (Solesta) for Treatment of Fecal Incontinence S-46
    Course ID : ASCRS1231C

    A. Mellgren, J. Pollack, K. Matzel, T. Hull,
    M. Bernstein, W. Graf, Minneapolis, MN;
    Stockholm, Sweden; Erlangen, Germany;
    Cleveland, OH; New York, NY; Uppsala, Sweden


  • Long-term Efficacy of NASHA/Dx Injection Therapy (Solesta) for Treatment of Fecal Incontinence (MP4)

  • Sacral Nerve Stimulation for Fecal Incontinence (V-6) S-47
    Course ID : ASCRS1231D

    S. Takano, E. Silva, M. Boutros, S.D. Wexner,
    Weston, FL


  • Sacral Nerve Stimulation for Fecal Incontinence (V-6) (MP4)

  • Neuromodulation for Fecal and Urinary Incontinence: Functional Results in 57 Consecutive Patients from a Single Institution S-48
    Course ID : ASCRS1231E

    J. Faucheron, M. Chodez, B. Boillot, Grenoble,
    France


  • Neuromodulation for Fecal and Urinary Incontinence: Functional Results in 57 Consecutive Patients from a Single Institution (MP4)

  • Long-term Durability of Sacral Nerve Stimulation Therapy for Chronic Fecal Incontinence S-49
    Course ID : ASCRS1231F

    T.L. Hull, S.D. Wexner, A.F. Mellgren, J. Coller,
    G. Devroede, R.D. Madoff, C. Giese,
    K.K. Stromberg, Cleveland, OH; Weston, FL;
    Minneapolis, MN; Burlington, MA; Fleurimont,
    QC, Canada


  • Long-term Durability of Sacral Nerve Stimulation Therapy for Chronic Fecal Incontinence (MP4)

  • Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation in Fecal Incontinence S-50
    Course ID : ASCRS1231G

    E. Leung, J. Francombe, Warwick, UK

  • Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation in Fecal Incontinence (MP4)

  • The Abdominal Repair of Rectal Prolapse is Safer than Perineal Repair in the Highest Risk Patients - A National Surgical Quality Improvement Program Analysis S-51
    Course ID : ASCRS1231H

    S.H. Fang, J.W. Cromwell, K.B. Wilkins, J.R. Notaro,
    T. Eisenstat, S. Alva, G.C. Oliver, B.T. Chinn,
    Edison, NJ; Iowa City, IA


  • The Abdominal Repair of Rectal Prolapse is Safer than Perineal Repair in the Highest Risk Patients - A National Surgical Quality Improvement Program Analysis (MP4)

  • Laparoscopic Wells Rectopexy for Recurrent Rectal Prolapse (V-26) S-52
    Course ID : ASCRS1231I

    M. Manwaring, C. Delaney, Greenville, NC;
    Cleveland, OH


  • Laparoscopic Wells Rectopexy for Recurrent Rectal Prolapse (V-26) (MP4)

  • Predictive Factors of Stapled Transanal Rectal Resection Failure S-53
    Course ID : ASCRS1231J

    J.M. MacGregor, R.L. Stevens, S. DeJesus,
    A. Ferrara, P.R. Williamson, J.T. Gallagher,
    Orlando, FL


  • Predictive Factors of Stapled Transanal Rectal Resection Failure (MP4)

  • Heterogeneity of Scoring Systems in Obstructed Defecation Syndrome Assessment after Stapled Transanal Rectal Resection: A Report from a Systematic Review S-54
    Course ID : ASCRS1231K

    A. D'Hoore, A. Stuto, B. van Geluwe, F. da Pozzo,
    S. Fieuws, P. Lehur, Leuven, Belgium


  • Heterogeneity of Scoring Systems in Obstructed Defecation Syndrome Assessment after Stapled Transanal Rectal Resection: A Report from a Systematic Review (MP4)

  • Longo's P.O.P.S. - S.T.A.R.R. A New Procedure for Total Pelvic Organs Prolapse (V-44) S-55
    Course ID : ASCRS1231L

    A. Longo, Vienna, Austria

  • Longo's P.O.P.S. - S.T.A.R.R. A New Procedure for Total Pelvic Organs Prolapse (V-44) (MP4)

  • Joseph M. Mathews, MD, Oration


    Under the Influence
    Course ID : ASCRS1234

    Robert D. Fry, MD
    Emilie & Roland deHellebranth Professor of Surgery
    Chairman, Department of Surgery
    Pennsylvania Hospital
    Chief, Division Colon & Rectal Surgery
    University of Pennsylvania Health System
    Philadelphia, PA


  • Under the Influence (MP4)

  • Masters in Colorectal Surgery Lectureship Honoring Herand Abcarian, MD


    Coming of Age in the Surgical Establishment
    Course ID : ASCRS1235

    Ira J. Kodner, MD
    Solon and Bettie Gershman Professor
    Section of Colon and Rectal Surgery
    Director, Center for Study of Ethics and Human Values
    Washington University
    St. Louis, MO


  • Coming of Age in the Surgical Establishment (MP4)

  • Abstract Session: Outcomes


    Key Factors Associated with Postoperative Complications in Patients Undergoing Colorectal Surgery S-56
    Course ID : ASCRS1236A

    E.A. Manilich, J.D. Vogel, J.M. Church, F.H. Remzi,
    Cleveland, OH


  • Key Factors Associated with Postoperative Complications in Patients Undergoing Colorectal Surgery (MP4)

  • Concurrent Procedures Performed During Colon Surgery and its Adverse Impact on Postoperative Outcomes S-57
    Course ID : ASCRS1236B

    P.E. Pacheco, V. Advani, S.J. Markwell, I. Hassan,
    Springfield, IL


  • Concurrent Procedures Performed During Colon Surgery and its Adverse Impact on Postoperative Outcomes (MP4)

  • Randomized Clinical Trial that Demonstrates the Elimination of Wound Infection Following Purse-string Versus Conventional Closure of Ostomy Wounds S-58
    Course ID : ASCRS1236C

    D. Camacho-Mauries, J. Rodriguez, N. SalgadoNesme,
    O. Vergara, Q. Gonzalez, Mexico City,
    Mexico


  • Randomized Clinical Trial that Demonstrates the Elimination of Wound Infection Following Purse-string Versus Conventional Closure of Ostomy Wounds (MP4)

  • Patients with Ileostomies who are Readmitted for Dehydration - Do they have a Tell? S-59
    Course ID : ASCRS1236D

    E.D. Wietfeldt, M. Boutros, Y. Nasseri,
    M. Al-Qadasi, S.D. Wexner, E.G. Weiss, Weston, FL


  • Patients with Ileostomies who are Readmitted for Dehydration - Do they have a Tell? (MP4)

  • 'Ileostomy Pathway' Virtually Eliminates Readmissions for Dehydration in New Ostomates S-60
    Course ID : ASCRS1236E

    D. Nagle, T. Pare, E. Keenan, K. Marcet, S. Tizio,
    V. Poylin, Boston, MA


  • Ileostomy Pathway' Virtually Eliminates Readmissions for Dehydration in New Ostomates (MP4)

  • Minimally Invasive Colorectal Surgery with Enhanced Recovery Pathway: A Simplified Pay for Performance DRG-Based Model S-61
    Course ID : ASCRS1236F

    E.M. Haas, R. Pedraza, D. Vande Maele,
    T. Martinez, R.A. Cruz, Houston, TX


  • Minimally Invasive Colorectal Surgery with Enhanced Recovery Pathway: A Simplified Pay for Performance DRG-Based Model (MP4)

  • A Prospective, Randomized Controlled Trial of Sugared Chewing Gum on GI Recovery after Major Colorectal Surgery in Patients Managed with Early Enteral Feeding S-62
    Course ID : ASCRS1236G

    K.N. Zaghiyan, S. Felder, G. Ovsepyan, Z. Murrell,
    B. Moore, T. Sokol, P. Fleshner, Los Angeles, CA


  • A Prospective, Randomized Controlled Trial of Sugared Chewing Gum on GI Recovery after Major Colorectal Surgery in Patients Managed with Early Enteral Feeding (MP4)

  • Vascular Pedicle Ligation with Energy Devices Improves Operative Outcomes of Laparoscopic Total Colectomy S-63
    Course ID : ASCRS1236H

    M. Boutros, N. Hippalgaonkar, R. Selvaganesan,
    G. Da Silva, F. Potenti, S.D. Wexner, Weston, FL


  • Vascular Pedicle Ligation with Energy Devices Improves Operative Outcomes of Laparoscopic Total Colectomy (MP4)

  • The Cost of Training: Is There a Resident Effect in Colectomy Outcomes? S-64
    Course ID : ASCRS1236I

    J. C. Iannuzzi, A.S. Rickles, A. Deeb, F.J. Fleming,
    J.R. Monson, Rochester, NY


  • The Cost of Training: Is There a Resident Effect in Colectomy Outcomes? (MP4)

  • ESCP Best Paper- Electroacupuncture for Postoperative Ileus after Laparoscopic Colorectal Surgery: A Randomized Sham-controlled Study S-65
    Course ID : ASCRS1236J

    S. Ng, W. Leung, S. Hon, J. Li, D. Ngo, C. Wong,
    J. Lee, Shatin, Hong Kong


  • ESCP Best Paper- Electroacupuncture for Postoperative Ileus after Laparoscopic Colorectal Surgery: A Randomized Sham-controlled Study (MP4)

  • ASCRS Travel Scholarship Winner- Complement Activation - A Potential Biomarker in Surgical Management
    Course ID : ASCRS1236K

    Morwena Marshall, MRCS
    Exeter Surgical Health Services Research Unit
    Royal Devon & Exeter Hospital
    Exeter, UK


  • ASCRS Travel Scholarship Winner- Complement Activation -- A Potential Biomarker in Surgical Management (MP4)

  • Symposium: Maintenance of Certification: What You Need to Know

    Objectives: At the conclusion of this session, participants should be able to: a) describe the evolution of
    maintenance of certification; b) list the requirements for MOC; c) understand the options for maintaining a
    surgical case log.

    MOC: How Did We Get Here?
    Course ID : ASCRS1237A

    David J. Schoetz, MD, Burlington, MA

  • MOC: How Did We Get Here? (MP4)

  • MOC: Where Are We Now?
    Course ID : ASCRS1237B

    Anthony Senagore, MD, Los Angeles, CA

  • MOC: Where Are We Now? (MP4)

  • Surgery Case Logs
    Course ID : ASCRS1237C

    Conor Delaney, MD, PhD, Cleveland, OH



  • Surgery Case Logs (MP4)

  • New Directions for CME
    Course ID : ASCRS1237D

    W. Donald Buie, MD, Calgary, AB, Canada



  • New Directions for CME (MP4)

  • Patient Satisfaction Surveys
    Course ID : ASCRS1237E

    Larissa Temple, MD, New York, NY



  • Patient Satisfaction Surveys (MP4)

  • Ernestine Hambrick, MD, Lectureship


    Surgeon Safety and Well Being
    Course ID : ASCRS1241

    Patricia J. Numann, MD



  • Surgeon Safety and Well Being (MP4)

  • Parviz Kamangar Humanities in Surgery Lectureship


    Medical Humanism and Bending the Cost Curve
    Course ID : ASCRS1242

    Bernard Rosof, MD, MACP
    Chairman, Board of Trustees,
    Huntington Hospital
    (North Shore-LIJ Health System)
    Chairman, Physician Consortium for
    Performance Improvement
    Chairman, National Priorities
    Partnership (National Quality Forum)
    Professor of Medicine, Hofstra North
    Shore-LIJ School of Medicine
    Huntington, NY


  • Medical Humanism and Bending the Cost Curve (MP4)

  • Abstract Session: Benign Abdominal


    Acute Diverticulitis: Are Ostomy Reversal Rates Improving? S-66
    Course ID : ASCRS1243A

    G. Roxin, J. Stanger, A.R. MacLean, W.D. Buie,
    Calgary, AB, Canada


  • Acute Diverticulitis: Are Ostomy Reversal Rates Improving? (MP4)

  • Hartmann Reversal: Obesity Adversely Impacts Outcome S-67
    Course ID : ASCRS1243B

    F. Lin, M. Boutros, G. da Silva, E. Weiss, X.R. Lu,
    S.D. Wexner, Weston, FL


  • Hartmann Reversal: Obesity Adversely Impacts Outcome (MP4)

  • The Number of Prior Episodes of Diverticulitis Affects Postoperative Outcomes S-68
    Course ID : ASCRS1243C

    S. Takano, C. Reategui, G. da Silva, D. Maron,
    S.D. Wexner, E.G. Weiss, Weston, FL


  • The Number of Prior Episodes of Diverticulitis Affects Postoperative Outcomes (MP4)

  • Risk Stratification Model for Recurrence and Poor Outcomes in Diverticulitis Patients S-69
    Course ID : ASCRS1243D

    V.P. Ho, G.M. Nash, J.M. Milsom, S.W. Lee, New York, NY

  • Risk Stratification Model for Recurrence and Poor Outcomes in Diverticulitis Patients (MP4)

  • Percutaneous Drainage of Colonic Diverticular Abscess: Is Colon Resection Necessary? S-70
    Course ID : ASCRS1243E

    W. Gaertner, R. Madoff, D. Rothenberger,
    D. Willis, M. Kwaan, G. Melton, Minneapolis, MN


  • Percutaneous Drainage of Colonic Diverticular Abscess: Is Colon Resection Necessary? (MP4)

  • The Minimally Invasive Approach Minimizes the Perioperative Thromboembolic and Bleeding Complications for Patients on Chronic Oral Anticoagulant Therapy Undergoing Colorectal Surgery S-71
    Course ID : ASCRS1243F

    E. Aytac, B. Sulu, L. Stocchi, J. Vogel, R.P. Kiran, Cleveland, OH

  • The Minimally Invasive Approach Minimizes the Perioperative Thromboembolic and Bleeding Complications for Patients on Chronic Oral Anticoagulant Therapy Undergoing Colorectal Surgery (MP4)

  • Venous Thromboembolism in Colorectal Surgery: Skip Surgical Care Improvement Project or Comply? S-72
    Course ID : ASCRS1243G

    H.H. Erem, P.R. Kiran, F.H. Remzi, J.D. Vogel, Cleveland, OH

  • Venous Thromboembolism in Colorectal Surgery: Skip Surgical Care Improvement Project or Comply? (MP4)

  • Proton Pump Inhibitor Therapy and Malnourishment are Better Predictors of Recurrent C. difficile Colitis than Choice of Antibiotics S-73
    Course ID : ASCRS1243H

    A. Rotramel, S. Deiling, A. Berg, L. Poritz,
    K. McKenna, E. Messaris, W.A. Koltun,
    D.B. Stewart, Hershey, PA


  • Proton Pump Inhibitor Therapy and Malnourishment are Better Predictors of Recurrent C. difficile Colitis than Choice of Antibiotics (MP4)

  • Does Travel Distance Influence Length of Stay in Elective Colorectal Surgery? S-74
    Course ID : ASCRS1243I

    K. Jackson, R. Glasgow, B. Hill, M. Mone,
    B. Sklow, C. Scaife, X. Sheng, W. Peche, Salt Lake
    City, UT


  • Does Travel Distance Influence Length of Stay in Elective Colorectal Surgery? (MP4)

  • Oral Antibiotics with Mechanical Bowel Preparation Reduce Infection after Elective Colorectal Resections S-75
    Course ID : ASCRS1243J

    J. Cannon, L. Altom, R. Deierhoi, M. Morris,
    J. Richman, K. Itani, W. Henderson, M. Hawn,
    Birmingham, AL; Boston, MA; Denver, CO


  • Oral Antibiotics with Mechanical Bowel Preparation Reduce Infection after Elective Colorectal Resections (MP4)

  • Body Surface Area: A New Predictor Factor for Conversion in Laparoscopic Colorectal Surgery S-76
    Course ID : ASCRS1243K

    C.A. Vaccaro, H. Vaccarezza, E.R. Soriano, V.M. Im,
    R.E. Mentz, G.M. Ojea-Quintana, G.L. Rossi;
    Buenos Aires, Argentina


  • Body Surface Area: A New Predictor Factor for Conversion in Laparoscopic Colorectal Surgery (MP4)

  • Accidental Puncture or Laceration in Colorectal Surgery: A Quality Indicator or a Complexity Measure? S-77
    Course ID : ASCRS1243L

    C. Kin, R.P. Kiran, F.H. Remzi, J.D. Vogel,
    Cleveland, OH


  • Accidental Puncture or Laceration in Colorectal Surgery: A Quality Indicator or a Complexity Measure? (MP4)

  • ASCRS/ACS Symposium: Measuring & Improving the Quality of Surgical Outcomes in Colorectal Surgery

    Objectives: At the conclusion of this session, participants should be able to: a) discuss methods for developing
    indicators of quality for patients undergoing colorectal surgery; b) describe how case and patient volume affect
    outcomes in colorectal cancer surgery; c) discuss how the use of large outcome databases can be used to
    improve quality of surgical care; and d) describe how adherence to evidence-based best practices can affect
    outcomes of surgical patients.

    Why Do We Need to Measure and Improve?
    Course ID : ASCRS1245A

    Rocco Ricciardi, MD, Burlington, MA

  • Why Do We Need to Measure and Improve? (MP4)

  • Who Wants Me To Do These Things?
    Course ID : ASCRS1245B

    Arden Morris, MD, Ann Arbor, MI

  • Who Wants Me To Do These Things? (MP4)

  • What Needs To Be Done to Measure?
    Course ID : ASCRS1245C

    Conor Delaney, MD, PhD, Cleveland, OH

  • What Needs To Be Done to Measure? (MP4)

  • How Do We Improve: How Does a Surgeon Do This?
    Course ID : ASCRS1245D

    Elizabeth Wick, MD, Baltimore, MD

  • How Do We Improve: How Does a Surgeon Do This? (MP4)

  • Putting It All Together
    Course ID : ASCRS1245E

    Robert Cima, MD, Rochester, MN

  • Putting It All Together (MP4)

  • Videos (Part 1)


    Extralevator Abdominoperineal Excision for Low Rectal Cancer: The Perineal Technique with Reconstruction Using a Biologic Mesh (V-4) (WV-1)
    Course ID : ASCRS1247A

    B. Singh, P. Nilsson, S. Chaudhri, Leicester, UK;
    Stockholm, Sweden


  • Extralevator Abdominoperineal Excision for Low Rectal Cancer: The Perineal Technique with Reconstruction Using a Biologic Mesh (V-4) (MP4)

  • Single-incision Right Hemicolectomy Using the Glove Technique (V-7) (WV-2)
    Course ID : ASCRS1247B

    L. Stocchi, Cleveland, OH

  • Single-incision Right Hemicolectomy Using the Glove Technique (V-7) (MP4)

  • Robotic Low Anterior Resection with Transanal Specimen Extraction (V-9) (WV-3)
    Course ID : ASCRS1247C

    J. Sanchez, M. Campbell, J. Marcet, Tampa, FL

  • Robotic Low Anterior Resection with Transanal Specimen Extraction (V-9) (MP4)

  • Modification of TAMIS Procedure (V-15) (WV-4)
    Course ID : ASCRS1247D

    S. Marecik, M. Zawadzki, V. Velchuru, J. Estrada,
    J. Park, L. Prasad, Park Ridge, IL; Chicago, IL


  • Modification of TAMIS Procedure (V-15) (MP4)

  • Anodermal Cutaneous Flap Perfusion Using Fluorescent Angiography (V-25) (WV-5)
    Course ID : ASCRS1247E

    S. Atallah, M. Albert, S. Larach, T. deBecheAdams,
    O. Felix, S. Izfar, Winter Park, FL


  • Anodermal Cutaneous Flap Perfusion Using Fluorescent Angiography (V-25) (MP4)

  • Management of Difficult Colonic Polyps Using Combined Laparoscopy and Intraoperative C0 2 Colonoscopy (V-30) (WV-6)
    Course ID : ASCRS1247F

    I. Yang, M. Alie, S. Lapierre, H. Moloo, R. Auer, R.
    Boushey, Ottawa, ON, Canada


  • Management of Difficult Colonic Polyps Using Combined Laparoscopy and Intraoperative C0 2 Colonoscopy (V-30) (MP4)

  • Tissue Selecting Technique - Partial Stapled Hemorrhoidopexy (V-31) (WV-7)
    Course ID : ASCRS1247G

    D. Ren, H. Lin, S. Xie, H. Peng, X. Wang, D. Su,
    Guangzhou, China


  • Tissue Selecting Technique - Partial Stapled Hemorrhoidopexy (V-31) (MP4)

  • Single-incision Laparoscopic Hartmann Reversal (V-37) WV-8
    Course ID : ASCRS1247H

    N. Rich, A Coker, H. Copeland, T. Dotain,
    N. Bildzukewicz, L. Antozzi, G. Acosta,
    J. Barajas-Gamboa, B. Sandler, M. Michelotti,
    M. Talamini, G. Jacobsen, S. Horgan,
    S. Ramamoorthy, E. McLemore, San Diego, CA


  • Single-incision Laparoscopic Hartmann Reversal (V-37) (MP4)

  • TAMIS Proctectomy (V-24) WV-9
    Course ID : ASCRS1247I

    S. Atallah, S. Larach, T. deBeche-Adams,
    M. Albert, S. Izfar, Winter Park, FL


  • TAMIS Proctectomy (V-24) (MP4)

  • Videos (Part 2)


    Single-incision Laparoscopic Right Hemicolectomy: Inferior to Superior Approach with Intracorporeal Anastomosis (V-10) WV-10
    Course ID : ASCRS1248A

    E. Haas, J. Nieto, V. Malave, R. Pedraza,
    Houston, TX


  • Single-incision Laparoscopic Right Hemicolectomy: Inferior to Superior Approach with Intracorporeal Anastomosis (V-10) (MP4)

  • Robotic Total Mesorectal Excision, Practical Solution, Obese Female (V-13) WV-11
    Course ID : ASCRS1248B

    S. Marecik, M. Zawadzki, C. Corning, J. Park,
    L. Prasad, Park Ridge, IL; Chicago, IL


  • Robotic Total Mesorectal Excision, Practical Solution, Obese Female (V-13) (MP4)

  • Single-incision Laparoscopic Sigmoid Resection: Technical Video (V-19) WV-12
    Course ID : ASCRS1248C

    T. Martinez, J. Nieto, M. Ragupathi, E. Haas, Houston, TX

  • Single-incision Laparoscopic Sigmoid Resection: Technical Video (V-19) (MP4)

  • Robotic Single-port Sigmoid Colectomy (V-20) WV-13
    Course ID : ASCRS1248D

    R. Makhoul, S. Agarwal, V. Obias, Washington, DC

  • Robotic Single-port Sigmoid Colectomy (V-20) (MP4)

  • Laparoscopic Robotic-assisted Ultra-low Anterior Resection (Using Combined Transanal and Transabdominal Approach) with Handsewn Colo-anal Anastomosis (V-21) WV-14
    Course ID : ASCRS1248E

    B. Bello, A. Fichera, K. Umanskiy, Chicago, IL

  • Laparoscopic Robotic-assisted Ultra-low Anterior Resection (Using Combined Transanal and Transabdominal Approach) with Handsewn Colo-anal Anastomosis (V-21) (MP4)

  • Laparoscopic-assisted Transanal Endoscopic TME for Rectal Cancer in a Female Patient (V-27) WV-15
    Course ID : ASCRS1248F

    P. Sylla, D. Berger, L. Bordeianou, K. Han,
    D. Sahani, G. Lauwers, V. Kapur, D. Rattner, Boston, MA


  • Laparoscopic-assisted Transanal Endoscopic TME for Rectal Cancer in a Female Patient (V-27) (MP4)

  • Laparoscopic Sigmoid Resection for Inguinal Mesh Erosion (V-33) WV-16
    Course ID : ASCRS1248G

    U. Gawlick, E. Galen, P. Hansen, M. Whiteford,
    Portland, OR


  • Laparoscopic Sigmoid Resection for Inguinal Mesh Erosion (V-33) WV-16 (MP4)

  • Robotic Abdominoperineal Resection with Distal Sacrectomy (V-16) WV-17
    Course ID : ASCRS1248H

    S. Marecik, M. Zawadzki, V. Velchuru, S. Albalawi,
    J. Estrada, J. Park, L. Prasad, Park Ridge, IL; Chicago, IL


  • Robotic Abdominoperineal Resection with Distal Sacrectomy (V-16) (MP4)

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