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48 Park Avenue, East 21st Street, Apt. 304
London NY 10016

Contact Info

Email: youremail@site.com
Phone: +1 408 996 1010
Fax: +1 408 996 1010

The course consists of theoretical and keynote lectures, video sessions, live surgery, basic and advanced cadaver laparoscopic dissections and a cadaveric hands-on masterclass on laparoscopic suturing techniques, which are going to be performed directly by the participant, under the supervision of the tutor.

MORNING

08.30 Course presentation and welcome M. Ceccaroni, S. Puntambekar
09.00 Keynote Lecture: How to become a sailor and not a pirate: Cartography of retroperitoneal anatomy for a safe laparoscopic navigation S. Uccella
09.30-13.00 Live Surgery from IRCCS Sacro Cuore Don Calabria Hospital Surgeons: M. Ceccaroni, S. Puntambekar, faculty

Lunchtime lectures

13.00 How to make it easy: Step-by-step laparoscopic surgical anatomy and different strategies of hysterectomy for benign disease F. Bruni
13.30 How to make it easier: Laparoscopic hysterectomy for uterine adenomyosis and large uteri: when anatomy and ergonomy counts G. Roviglione

AFTERNOON

14.00 The bricks in the wall: Abdominal wall anatomy for minimally-invasive accesses M. Telang
14.25 The adnexal surgery dilemma: Reproductive surgical anatomy. Surgery of the ovaries and tubes is not that easy A. Stepniewska
14.50 Deep diving in the pelvic retroperitoneal seas: Laparoscopic surgical anatomy of pelvic lymphadenectomy A. Puppo
15.15 Diving and sailing along the big vessels: Laparoscopic surgical anatomy of para-aortic lymphadenectomy V. Gallotta
15.40 The other side of the moon: Laparoscopic surgical steps and anatomy of extra peritoneal lymphadenectomy J. De Santiago Garcia
16.05 Onco-mimetic surgical behaviors: Laparoscopic surgical anatomy of eradication of deep endometriosis and pelvic malignancies with rectal and parametrial resection according to the nerve-sparing technique: the “Negrar Method” R. Clarizia
16.30 Using retroperitoneal ligation of uterine artery in difficult situations in benign surgery P. Trivedi
16.55 Break
17.10 Keynote Lecture: Different surgical approaches to visceral and somatic nerves, retroperitoneum and upper abdomen for ultra-radical procedures M. Ceccaroni
17.55 Keynote Lecture: Laparoscopic surgical anatomy in different types of radical hysterectomy for endometrial and cervical cancer according to the “Pune Technique” S. Puntambekar
18.40 Discussion, Adjourn and Conclusion

MORNING

08.30 – 09.00 Keynote Lecture: Neuropelveology: a new groundbreaking area in Medicine V. Chiantera
09.00-12.45 Live Surgery from IRCCS Sacro Cuore Don Calabria Hospital Surgeons: M. Ceccaroni, S. Puntambekar, faculty
Live Surgery from the Malzoni Medical Centre Avellino Surgeon: M. Malzoni

Lunchtime lectures

12.45 – 13.10 Unfreezing a frozen pelvis: Tips and Tricks for a Safe Pelvic Surgery in deep endometriosis T.T.M. Lee
13.10 – 13.35 The front doors: Surgical anatomy of the posterior compartment for gynecological procedures (Douglas pouch, recto-vaginal septum, utero-sacral ligaments, posterior broad ligaments): digging under the surface to find landmarks R. Clarizia
13.35-14.00 The back doors: Surgical anatomy of the anterior compartment for gynecological procedures: urinary tract surgery means parametrial surgery D. Mautone

AFTERNOON

Coffee and water station will be available during the whole afternoon

14.00-18.30 Permanent Satellite Video Session (Satellite Room)
14.00 When death helps life: Pre-recorded Keynote video cadaveric dissection
15.00-18.30 Death for life marathon: Hands-on cadaveric dissection M. Ceccaroni, S. Puntambekar, faculty

DISSECTION TOPICS

Topographic and Surgical Anatomy of the Anterior Abdominal Wall:
Vessels, muscles and sheaths, nerves, laparotomic and laparoscopic accesses.

Topographic and Surgical Anatomy of the Upper Abdomen
(supramesocolic space): embryologic tips, diaphragm, liver, gallbladder, pancreas, spleen, blood and lymphatic vessels, nerves, sheaths, spaces, connectives, retroperitoneum. Surgical anatomy of diaphragm and of hepatic ligaments and segments. Left and right bowel mobilization for colo-rectal radical surgery.

Topographic and Surgical Anatomy of the Lower Abdomen
(infra-mesocolic space): embryologic tips, kidneys, adrenal glands, ureters, small bowel, colon-rectum, blood and lymphatic vessels, nerves, sheaths, spaces, connectives, retroperitoneum.
Radical abdominal and bowel surgery.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

– Pneumoperitoneum induction and trocar placement with different accesses techniques (Veress needle, umbilical access, Palmer access, open laparoscopy, visual trocar, direct access).
– Anterior abdominal wall complications prevention and fixing
– Upper abdomen exploration and visceral topography
– Upper abdomen adhesiolysis
– Laparoscopic adhesiolysis, partial cecum and sigmoid mobilization
– Accurate wide abdomino-pelvic inspection (such as in oncological diagnostic procedures)
– Accurate description of the abdomino-pelvic anatomy (ligaments, organs, viscera, peritoneal folds, etc.)
– Cutting of the round ligament
– Opening of the lateral paravesical space (PVS), identification of the landmarks (pelvic floor, umbilical artery and ligament, obturator artery, vein and nerve, ischio-pubic branch, pelvic floor, etc.)
– Opening of the medial paravesical space (PVS), identification of the landmarks (vesico-uterine ligaments, bladder pillars, bladder, etc.)
– Opening of the Medial pararectal space and identification of all of the landmarks
– Opening of the lateral pararectal space and identification of all of the landmarks
– Isolation and identification of the meso-ureter, following its course up to the ureteral tunnel
– Isolation and identification of the uterine artery and its relationships with the ureter
– Isolation and identification of Cardinal ligament and Lateral Parametrium
– Opening of the ilio-lumbar space and description of all of the landmarks (psoas muscle, genito-femoral nerve, obturator nerve, lumbo-sacral trunk, external iliac vessels, etc.)
– Isolation and skeletonization of hypogastric artery and its branches
– Tips and tricks for a safe identification and ligation of hypogastric artery
– Opening of the retropubic Retzius’-space, mobilization of the bladder and identification of all of the landmarks
– Isolation and identification of anterior parametrium and vesico-uterine ligaments
– Opening of the retrorectal and pre-sacral space and identification of all of the landmarks
– Identification and description of hypogastric nerves and visceral innervation
– Isolation and identification of posterior parametrium, recto-vaginal ligaments and rectal wings
– Full mobilization of the cecum and of the sigmoid with identification of all the landmarks
– Intestinal mobilization, liver and spleen mobilization, Cattel-Valdoni, Mattox, Jinnai and Kocher manoeuvres
– Isolation and skeletonization of right IP ligament up to its confluence in Cava (accurate dissection and skeletonization of the vessels: it’s a very good training even for beginners)
– Isolation and skeletonization of left IP ligament up to its confluence in left Renal Vein (accurate dissection and skeletonization of the vessels: it’s a very good training even for beginners)
– Surgical anatomy of appendectomy
– Surgical anatomy of cholecystectomy,
– Surgical anatomy for adnexal surgery: ovarian cysts approaches, tubal surgery, salpingo-oophorectomy
– Surgical anatomy for simple hysterectomy
– Surgical anatomy for large uteri hysterectomy

18.30 Discussion, Adjourn and Conclusion

MORNING

8.30 – 9.00 Keynote Lecture: Surgical anatomy of laparoscopic liver mobilization and diaphragmatic exposition for infiltrative diseases G. Ferron
9.00 – 13.00 Live Surgery from IRCCS Sacro Cuore Don Calabria Hospital Surgeons: M. Ceccaroni, S. Puntambekar, faculty

Lunchtime lectures

13.00 I’ll tell you a secret: Tips and tricks for a safe and anatomical laparoscopic myomectomy P. N. Barri Soldevila
13.30 I’ll tell you a secret: Tips and tricks for a safe and anatomical promonto-fixation and surgery for pelvic floor defects A. Ercoli

AFTERNOON

Coffee and water station will be available during the whole afternoon
14.00 – 18.30 Permanent Satellite Video Session (Satellite Room)
14.00 – 18.30 Death for life marathon: Hands-on cadaveric dissection M. Ceccaroni, S. Puntambekar, faculty

DISSECTION TOPICS

Anatomy and surgical techniques in pelvic radical and ultra-radical surgery
Deep infiltrating endometriosis, cervical cancer, endometrial cancer, ovarian cancer, colo-rectal cancer (different types of radical hysterectomy, radical oophorectomy according to Hudson and Delle Piane, pelvectomy), inguinal anatomy, anatomy of the Scarpa’s triangle. Diaphragmatic surgery.
Liver surgery.

Nerve-sparing laparoscopic pelvic surgical procedures and techniques
Nerve-sparing radical hysterectomy, nerve sparing rectal resection for deep endometriosis.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

– Surgical anatomy of ureter for endometriosis eradication
– Surgical anatomy of pelvic vessels
– Surgical anatomy of the bladder in endometriosis surgery
– Inferior mesenteric vessels ligation
– Splenectomy and spleno-pancreasectomy
– Adrenalectomy
– Intestinal lesion repairing
– Colo-rectal nerve-sparing resection
– Vascular suturing techniques, artery and vein anastomoses techniques, graft anastomosis technique
– Parametrial preparation according to different types of radical hysterectomy
– Ureteral and bladder resection
– Surgical approaches for ovarian, endometrial and cervical cancer
– Inguinal lymphadenectomy
– Sacral promontorium exposition
– Hypogastric vessels ligation
– Uterine artery ligation and different steps for hysterectomy according to different classes of radicality
– Obturator nerve isolation and iatrogenic lesion repairing
– Infracolic omentectomy with identification of all the landmarks
– Gastrocolic omentectomy with identification of all the landmarks
– Diaphragmatic exposition and liver mobilization
– Diaphragmatic stripping, resection and suturing
– Hepatic surgery techniques
– Tips and tricks for approaching the visceral and somatic nerves in the pelvis
– Tips and tricks for a nerve-sparing radical pelvic surgery
– Pelvic lymphadenectomy with medial approach (accurate dissection and skeletonization of the vessels: very good training even for beginners)
– Pelvic lymphadenectomy with lateral approach
– Pre-sacral lymphadenectomy with identification of all the landmarks
– Para-caval and pre-caval lymphadenectomy
– Intercavo-aortic lymphadenectomy
– Para-aortic and pre-aortic lymphadenectomy
– Uretero-neocystostomy
– Nephrectomy
– Anterior pelvectomy
– Posterior pelvectomy
– Total pelvectomy

18.30 Discussion, Adjourn and Conclusion
20.30 Social Dinner

MORNING

8.30 – 13.00 Live-Surgery from IRCCS Sacro Cuore Don Calabria Hospital Surgeons: M. Ceccaroni, S. Puntambekar, faculty
13.00 – 14.00 Lunchtime suturing video session D. Mautone, F. Campolo

AFTERNOON

Coffee and water station will be available during the whole afternoon

14.00 – 18.30 Permanent Satellite Video Session (Satellite Room)
14.00 – 18.30 Hands-on laparoscopic suturing masterclass M. Ceccaroni, S. Puntambekar, faculty
Pelvic Trainer: stitching and knotting on models
Video session:
– How to load the needle
– Running Sutures
– Intracorporeal Knotting Techniques
– Knotting Alternative Techniques
– Rules& Tips for the Extracorporeal Technique

Death for life marathon: Hands-on suturing masterclass on cadaveric specimen

TOPICS AND LEARNING OBJECTIVES

– Needle mounting and holding
– The choice of different sutures
– Intra-corporeal knotting techniques
– Extracorporeal knotting
– Vaginal suturing for hysterectomy
– Vaginal suturing after vaginal resection
– Uterine suturing for myomectomy
– Bladder suturing after bladder injuries
– Bladder suturing after bladder resection
– Intestinal suturing after intestinal injuries
– Intestinal suturing after bowel shaving
– Vascular suturing after vascular injuries
– Diaphragmatic suturing after resection

18.30 Discussion, Adjourn and Conclusion COURSE PRESIDENTS M. Ceccaroni, S. Puntambekar

Faculty

COURSE PRESIDENTS

Ceccaroni Marcello – Italy
Puntambekar Shailesh – India

FACULTY

Baggio Silvia – Italy
Barbany Freixa Nuria – Spain
Barri Soldevila Pere – Spain
Bertocchi Elisa – Italy
Bruni Francesco – Italy
Caleffi Giuseppe – Italy
Campolo Federica – Italy
Cavalleri Stefano – Italy
Ceccarello Matteo – Italy
Chiantera Vito – Italy
Cianci Stefano – Italy
Clarizia Roberto – Italy
Cosma Stefano – Italy
De Garcia J. Santiago – Spain
De Mitri Paola – Italy
Ercoli Alfredo – Italy
Ferron Gwenaël – France
Finelli Angelo – Italy
Gallotta Valerio – Italy
Gueli Alletti Salvatore – Italy
Kulkarni Pankaj Padmakar – India
Lee Ted Teh Min – USA
Malzoni Mario – Italy
Mantovani Giulia – Italy
Manzone Maria – Italy
Mautone Daniele – Italy
Piccegna Mirko – Italy
Puntambekar Seema – India
Puppo Andrea – Italy
Rettore Lorenzo – Italy
Rossini Roberto – Italy
Rossitto Cristiano – Italy
Roviglione Giovanni – Italy
Ruffo Giacomo – Italy
Stepniewska Anna – Italy
Telang Milind Arvind – India
Tricolore Carlo – Italy
Trivedi Prakash – India
Uccella Stefano – Italy
Vizzielli Giuseppe – Italy

Organizing Secretary

Womblab
Via G. Prati, 2 – 10121 Torino
T. +39 011 4336307 | M. + 39 348 6194822 | F. +39 011 5612849
elide@womblab.com
www.womblab.com

Scientific Secretary

ISSA International School of Surgical Anatomy
Via A. Don Sempreboni, 5 37024 Negrar (VR)
Phone: +39 045 601 3957
Email: issaschool@gmail.com
www.issaschool.com

Venue

ICLO Teaching and Research Center, San Francesco di Sales

Via Evangelista Torricelli, 15/A – Verona

The ICLO Training Center in Verona is fitted with six surgical suites of different sizes, comprising a total of 42 workstations.
All suites are ideal for both teaching and surgical practice, each one of them being equipped with a changing room and a small conference room with direct access to workstations.
Every workstation comes with a built-in video-camera to record training sessions and/or to project them, both within the room and, if desired, in other suites – as well as in the main room.
The staging of these suites and their deployment, as well as every other space in the ICLO Center, are intended for all medical field professionals, ranging from a single doctor to scientific societies, from doctors’ associations to the healthcare industry. They are conceived for developing training and teaching projects and also eliciting testing (confidentially/privately) of new techniques and/or technologies in the surgical field.

Conference Room

The Center hosts one main conference room that can hold up to 90 people, providing great comfort to the entire audience. The room is equipped with the latest sound/video system and a control panel that allows users to activate bidirectional connections with each of the six surgical suites. This is meant to enable full interactivity throughout the different sites of the facility.
The IT staff will be present in the conference room at all times in order to provide assistance before, during and after each course/presentation. An interpreter’s booth is also available.

Information

HOW TO GET TO VERONA

By car: The A4 Brescia – Padua motorway runs through the province of Verona, serving the city with the exits named Verona East and Verona South; Verona is also intersected by the A22 Modena – Brennero motorway. The access to the city centre and the circulation of vehicles is restricted to set times and special categories vehicles: it is a limited traffic zone (ZTL), equipped with electronic entry points to control the access of unauthorized vehicles.

By coach: Tourist coaches are required to show an entry ticket before entering the city (“ZTL Bus”) wich only entitles them to drop off and pick up passengers.

By train: The city’s main railway station is Verona Porta Nuova, an important railway junction that offers several opportunities for those who wish to reach Verona by train. Another station is Verona Porta Vescovo, in the eastern part of the city. From Porta Nuova station, the city centre con be easily reached in 15-20 minutes on foot, or using public transport, departing just outside the station.

By plane: The Valerio Catullo Airport is located 10 kilometres from the city centre.
It is connected to the A4 (Sommacampagna exit) and A22 (Verona Nord exit) motorways. It offers direct flights to all the main Italian and international airports. It also offers connections to the city centre: shuttle service to and from Catullo Airport – Verona Porta Nuova station.

Useful numbers
Public authority offices
City Hall: 045 8077111
Provincial Tourism Administration: 045 8077626
Prefecture: 045 8673611

Emergency
Police: 112
Military Police: 113
Fire Brigade: 115
Roadside rescue: 116
Health Emergency: 118

Verona Life
At www.veronalife.it you will find a wide selection of leisure activities. You will be able to look for
restaurants, bars, hotels, shops and everything else available in Verona and its whereabouts.

Registration costs

OPTION 1 DIAMOND PACKAGE:
Full Course Registration + 4 Nights
Accommodation and Transfer
EUR 4880 VAT INCLUDED

OPTION 2 PLATINUM PACKAGE:
Full Course registration
EUR 3904 VAT INCLUDED

OPTION 3 GOLDEN PACKAGE:
4-Day-Theoretical and Live-Surgery Session Only
No Hands-On (Cadaveric dissections and pelvic trainer sessions) participation foreseen
EUR 1830 VAT INCLUDED

OPTION 4) EMERALD PACKAGE:
1-Day-Suturing Masterclass Only (July 12th all day)
EUR 1830 VAT INCLUDED

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