Back to specialties

Online registration SELECT A DATE

ADVANCED TECHNIQUES
Advanced techniques in laparoscopic gynecologic surgery
Advanced techniques in laparoscopic gynecologic surgery
ENDOMETRIOSIS
Current techniques in endometriosis treatment
ONCOLOGY
Sentinel lymph node in gynecologic cancer
Advanced gynecologic oncology surgery - a multidisciplinary out-of-the-box approach
PROLAPSE
Prolapse surgery - vaginal & laparoscopic routes, native tissue versus mesh repair
UTERINE DISODERS
Minimally invasive approaches to uterine disorders

Offline registration

Download registration form and send it by email
to fk@ircad.fr or by fax +33 3 88 11 90 28
CONTACT US       BY EMAIL       BY PHONE: +33 3 88 11 90 59

Offline registration

Download registration form and send it by email
to fk@ircad.fr or by fax +33 3 88 11 90 28
CONTACT US       BY EMAIL       BY PHONE: +33 3 88 11 90 59

Offline registration

Download registration form and send it by email
to or by fax +33 3 88 11 90 28
CONTACT US       BY EMAIL       BY PHONE: +33 3 88 11 90 59

Offline registration

Download registration form and send it by email
to fk@ircad.fr or by fax +33 3 88 11 90 28
CONTACT US       BY EMAIL       BY PHONE: +33 3 88 11 90 59

Offline registration

Download registration form and send it by email
to or by fax +33 3 88 11 90 28
CONTACT US       BY EMAIL       BY PHONE: +33 3 88 11 90 59

Offline registration

Download registration form and send it by email
to fk@ircad.fr or by fax +33 3 88 11 90 28
CONTACT US       BY EMAIL       BY PHONE: +33 3 88 11 90 59

Offline registration

Download registration form and send it by email
to fk@ircad.fr or by fax +33 3 88 11 90 28
CONTACT US       BY EMAIL       BY PHONE: +33 3 88 11 90 59

Offline registration

Download registration form and send it by email
to or by fax +33 3 88 11 90 28
CONTACT US       BY EMAIL       BY PHONE: +33 3 88 11 90 59
Cancellation policies

Depending on the course
 

Gynecological Surgery Courses

Prolapse surgery - vaginal & laparoscopic routes, native tissue versus mesh repair

Advanced techniques in laparoscopic gynecologic surgery

Sentinel lymph node in gynecologic cancer

Advanced techniques in laparoscopic gynecologic surgery

Advanced gynecologic oncology surgery - a multidisciplinary out-of-the-box approach

Minimally invasive approaches to uterine disorders

Current techniques in endometriosis treatment

Advanced techniques in laparoscopic gynecologic surgery


COURSE OBJECTIVES

  • To provide the basic skills required for good progress in clinical laparoscopic practice
  •  To describe the technical steps, which are used for advanced laparoscopic procedures
  •  To describe results and potential complications, and how to prevent them
  •  Hands on sessions in order to give participants the technical capacity to improve their skills (according to the option)

EDUCATIONAL METHODS

  • Interactive theoretical and video sessions between Faculty and course participants
  • Live operative demonstrations (according to the course)
  • Hands-on training on live tissue (mini-pigs), anatomical specimen, pelvic trainers or hysteroscopy models (according to the course)

TARGET AUDIENCE

Laparoscopic gynecological surgeons

Please select a date

COURSE OBJECTIVES

  •  To review the pathophysiology of the urogenital prolapse
  •  To learn about the actual preoperative work-up
  •  To review all the current laparoscopic techniques available
  • To know about current vaginal techniques
  • To learn the results and compare the laparoscopic and vaginal ways
  • To practice the basics of dissection and to master suturing techniques
  • To learn all the operative maneuvers in both global and specific approaches in pelvic floor disorders

EDUCATIONAL METHODS

  • Live operative demonstrations
  • Practical training on live tissue (mini-pigs) and pelvic trainers
  • Interactive theoretical and video sessions between Faculty and course participants

COURSE DIRECTOR

A. Wattiez F.

COURSE OBJECTIVES

  • To provide the basic skills required for good progress in clinical laparoscopic practice
  • To describe the technical steps used for advanced laparoscopic procedures
  • To describe results and potential complications, and how to prevent them
  • To practice on live tissue in order to give participants the technical tools to improve their practice

EDUCATIONAL METHODS

  • Live operative demonstrations
  • Practical training on live tissue (mini-pigs)
  • Interactive theoretical and video sessions between Faculty and course participants

COURSE DIRECTOR

A. Wattiez F.

COURSE OBJECTIVES

  • To understand the rationale of the sentinel lymph node (SLN) procedure in the treatment of female genital organ malignancies in the era of minimally invasive surgical oncology and individualized cancer treatment
  • To master the surgical technique of SLN sampling, including anatomical landmarks of each genital organ’s specific lymphatic drainage
  • To be familiar with technical modalities, imaging techniques, and available tracers, including the role of fluorescence in the future of cancer surgery
  •  To be able to incorporate the results of the SLN pathological assessment in the management of gynecologic malignancies
  • To perform hands-on practice on live tissue (mini-pigs) in order to shorten and secure the learning curve in clinical practice

EDUCATIONAL METHODS

  • Live operative demonstrations
  • Practical training on live tissue (mini-pigs) - option B only
  • Interactive theoretical and video sessions between Faculty and course participants

COURSE DIRECTORS

  • D. Querleu FR
  • C. Akladios  FR

FACULTY PANEL

  • N. Abu-Rustum USA
  • T. Boisrame FR
  • M. Diana IT
  • E. Faller FR
  • H. Ferreira Carvalho PT
  • W. Gotlieb CA
  • E. Leblanc FR
  • L. Lecointre FR
  • F. Lecuru FR
  • J. Persson SE
  • A. Van Der Zee NL

COURSE OBJECTIVES

  • To provide the basic skills required for good progress in clinical laparoscopic practice
  • To describe the technical steps used for advanced laparoscopic procedures
  • To describe results and potential complications, and how to prevent them
  • To practice on live tissue in order to give participants the technical tools to improve their practice

EDUCATIONAL METHODS

  • Live operative demonstrations
  • Practical training on live tissue (mini-pigs)
  • Interactive theoretical and video sessions between Faculty and course participants

COURSE DIRECTOR

A. Wattiez FR

COURSE OBJECTIVES

  • To teach gynecologic oncologists the surgical principles and skills required to safely perform complex out-of-the-box gynecologic oncology surgeries
  • To provide multidisciplinary contributions, incorporating the perspectives of other surgical specialists
  • To perform hands-on practice on live tissue (mini-pigs) and anatomical specimens in order to shorten and secure the learning curve in clinical practice
  • To allow participants to actively interact with world-renowned experts

EDUCATIONAL METHODS

  • Didactic lectures provided by multidisciplinary surgical specialists and world-renowned experts
  • 2 half-days of hands-on practice on live tissue (options B & C)
  • Full day of hands-on practice on anatomical specimens (option C)

COURSE DIRECTORS

  • D. Querleu FR
  • C. Akladios  FR

FACULTY PANEL

  • P. Addeo IT
  • F. Bodin FR
  • N. Chakfe FR
  • T-N. Chamaraux FR
  • D.S. Chi USA
  • Q. Denost FR
  • A. D’Urso IT
  • F. Faitot FR
  • P-E. Falcoz FR
  • G. Ferron FR
  • E. Lambaudie FR
  • E. Leblanc FR
  • D. Mutter FR
  • P. Pessaux FR
  • F. Quenet FR
  • C. Saussine FR
  • R. Tozzi IT

COURSE OBJECTIVES

  • To describe technical steps used for advanced laparoscopic procedures
  • To acquire practical skills for diagnostic hysteroscopy and outpatient surgery
  • To acquire the technique and skills to perform operative hysteroscopy for myoma, polyp, and endometrial resection
  • To describe results and potential complications, and how to prevent them in both laparoscopy and hysteroscopy
  • To practice on models & live tissue in order to give participants the technical tools to improve their practice

EDUCATIONAL METHODS

  • Live operative demonstrations
  • Practical training on live tissue (mini-pigs) and hysteroscopy models
  • Interactive theoretical and video sessions between Faculty and course participants

COURSE DIRECTOR

A. Wattiez FR

COURSE OBJECTIVES

  • To review the different options for pathophysiology
  • To understand the different classifications and their limits
  • To be able to refer the patients who need bowel resection
  • To know the guidelines for ablation of severe endometriosis
  • To understand the complications, their management and prevention
  • To know the prognosis and the postoperative management

EDUCATIONAL METHODS

  • Live operative demonstrations
  • Practical training on live tissue (mini-pigs) - option B only
  • Interactive theoretical and video sessions between Faculty and course participants


COURSE DIRECTOR

A. Wattiez FR

COURSE OBJECTIVES

  • To provide the basic skills required for good progress in clinical laparoscopic practice
  • To describe the technical steps used for advanced laparoscopic procedures
  • To describe results and potential complications, and how to prevent them
  • To practice on live tissue in order to give participants the technical tools to improve their practice

EDUCATIONAL METHODS

  • Live operative demonstrations
  • Practical training on live tissue (mini-pigs)
  • Interactive theoretical and video sessions between Faculty and course participants

COURSE DIRECTOR

A. Wattiez FR

COURSE PROGRAMME

MONDAY OCTOBER 26, 2020

8.15 AM Registration and welcoming of participants

8.30 AM THEORETICAL SESSION
About Prolapse
× Descriptive and functional pelvic anatomy
× Defining anatomy: new insights from imaging
× Laparoscopic anatomical route
× Preoperative work-up: what should be done in all cases

About Laparoscopy
× General considerations in endoscopic surgery
× Room set-up
× Ergonomics
× Laparoscopic suturing

About Vaginal Route
× General considerations in endoscopic surgery
× Room set-up
× Ergonomics

1.00 PM Lunch at the Institute

2.00 PM

PRACTICAL SESSION ON PELVIC TRAINER
× Laparoscopic suturing


4.30 PM THEORETICAL SESSION

About Meshes
× Towards the perfect mesh

About Philosophy

6.00 PM End of session


8.00 PM Dinner in honor of the participants

TUESDAY OCTOBER 27, 2020

8.15 AM Evaluation of the previous day

8.30 AM
LIVE OPERATIVE DEMONSTRATIONS
× Laparoscopic repair of pelvic prolapse
× Vaginal repair of pelvic prolapse

11.00 AM
THEORETICAL SESSION
× Does the right mesh exist?
× Prosthesis or not in prolapse repair
× Global versus site-specific repair
× Current techniques for stress incontinence
× Comparative and critical review of the results of the different techniques for GSUI

1.00 PM
Lunch at the Institute

2.00 PM TRAINING ON LIVE TISSUE (MINI-PIGS)
× Mesh suturing, stapling and anchoring
× Nephrectomy and vascular dissection
× Ureter dissection, division and re-anastomosis

6.00 PM End of session


Evening free

WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 28, 2020

8.15 AM Evaluation of the previous day

8.30 AM THEORETICAL SESSION
× Laparoscopic central cystocele repair: technique and results
× Paravaginal repair: techniques and results
× Laparoscopic rectocele repair: technique and results
× Vaginal approach of pelvic prolapse with meshes
× Place of hysterectomy in pelvic floor disorders treatment

10.00 AM LIVE OPERATIVE DEMONSTRATIONS
× Laparoscopic repair of pelvic prolapse
× Vaginal repair of pelvic prolapse

12.30 PM Lunch at the Institute

1.30 PM TRAINING ON LIVE TISSUE (MINI-PIGS)

5.00 PM End of course
Delivery of certificates of attendance

Program may be subject to modifications

COURSE PROGRAMME

MONDAY DECEMBER 14, 2020

8.15 AM > Registration and welcoming of participants

8.30 AM Theoretical session

>> General considerations in endoscopic surgery
>> Operating room set-up
>> Ergonomics
>> New energies
>> Laparoscopic anatomy revisited
>> Laparoscopic complications: the truth
>> Laparoscopic suturing: theory to load the needle and different knotting techniques

1.00 PM > Lunch at the Institute

2.00 PM Training  on live tissue (mini-pigs)

• Dissection in the retroperitoneal space
• Cystotomy and bladder reconstruction
• Lymphadenectomy

6.15 PM > End of session

8.00 PM > Dinner in honor of participants

TUESDAY DECEMBER 15, 2020

8.15 AM > Evaluation of the previous day

8.30 AM Theoretical session
• Laparoscopic myomectomy
>> Technical principles
>> Variation: difficult cases
>> Outcomes
• Oncology
>> Technical principles
>> Variation: difficult cases
>> Outcomes

09.30 AM Live operative demonstrations
• Hysterectomy
• Myomectomy

1.00 PM > Lunch at the Institute

2.00 PM Training on live tissue (mini-pigs)

• Nephrectomy
• Simulation of bowel injury and reconstruction
• Micro re-anastomosis of the ureter

6.15 PM > End of session / Evening free

WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 16, 2020

8.15 AM > Evaluation of the previous day

8.30 AM Theoretical session
• Endometriosis
>> Laparoscopic treatment of mild and moderate
endometriosis
>> Laparoscopic approach to severe endometriosis
• Prolapse
>> Laparoscopic approach to pelvic prolapse

10.30 AM Live operative demonstrations
• Endometriosis
• Complex adnexal masses

1.00 PM > Lunch at the Institute

2.00 PM Theoretical session

• Ovarian masses
>> Laparoscopic management of benign ovarian cysts
>>Management of suspicious masses
>> Role of laparoscopy in ovarian cancer
• Hysterectomy
>> Technical principles
>> Variations: difficult cases
>> Alternative techniques
>> Outcomes
• Complications
>> Entry-related complications
>> Bowel complications
>> Urinary complications
>> Vascular complications

4.00 PM > End of course / Delivery of certificates of attendance
Program may be subject to modifications

COURSE PROGRAMME

THURSDAY MARCH 4, 2021

8.15 AM > Registration and welcoming of participants

FOR OPTION A & OPTION B
8.30 AM THEORETICAL SESSION
• Pathophysiological and anatomical basis:
transit of cancer cells in the lymphatic system
• Anatomical basis of lymph node detection
• Tracers and corresponding detection devices:
- Technetium colloids
- Blue dyes
- Indocyanine green
• Processing and assessment of sentinel node, molecular biology
•  Surgical technique, learning curve

10.00 AM LIVE OR PRE-RECORDED OPERATIVE DEMONSTRATIONS
•  Vulva
•  Cervix
•  Endometrioma

1.00 PM > Lunch at the Institute

FOR OPTION  B
(OPTION A : afternoon free)
2.00 PM PRACTICAL SESSION ON LIVE TISSUE (mini-pigs)
•Dissection of retroperitoneal spaces
• Lymphatic dissection, detection of pelvic and para-aortic SLN using indocyanine green (ICG) and near-infrared light as well as blue dye
•Detection of axillary SLN using indocyanine green and near-infrared light as well as blue dye

6.00 PM > End of session

8.00 PM > Dinner in honor of participants

FRIDAY MARCH 5, 2021

8.15 AM > Evaluation of the previous day

FOR OPTION A & OPTION B
8.30 AM LIVE OR PRE-RECORDED OPERATIVE DEMONSTRATIONS
•  Vulva
•  Cervix
•  Endometrioma

10.00 AM THEORETICAL SESSION
• Sentinel node in breast cancer
• Sentinel node in melanoma
• Fluorescence-guided surgery
•Fluorescence-guided radical hysterectomy

1.00 PM > Lunch at the Institute


FOR OPTION  B
(OPTION A : afternoon free)
2.00 PM PRACTICAL SESSION ON LIVE TISSUE (mini-pigs)
•Dissection of retroperitoneal spaces
• Lymphatic dissection, detection of pelvic and para-aortic SLN using indocyanine green (ICG) and near infrared light as well as blue dye
•Detection of axillary SLN using indocyanine green and near infrared light as well as blue dye

6.00 PM > End of session / Evening free

SATURDAY MARCH 6, 2021

8.15 AM > Evaluation of the previous day

FOR OPTION A & OPTION B
8.30 AM THEORETICAL SESSION
• Clinical applications in gynecologic cancer:
- Vulvar cancer
- Cervical cancer
- Endometrial cancer

CLOSING LECTURE
• Ongoing clinical trials

12.30 PM > Lunch at the Institute

1.00 PM > End of course / Delivery of certificates of attendance
Program may be subject to modifications

COURSE PROGRAMME

MONDAY MARCH 22, 2021

8.15 AM > Registration and welcoming of participants

8.30 AM Theoretical session

>> General considerations in endoscopic surgery
>> Operating room set-up
>> Ergonomics
>> New energies
>> Laparoscopic anatomy revisited
>> Laparoscopic complications: the truth
>> Laparoscopic suturing: theory to load the needle and different knotting techniques

1.00 PM > Lunch at the Institute

2.00 PM Training  on live tissue (mini-pigs)

• Dissection in the retroperitoneal space
• Cystotomy and bladder reconstruction
• Lymphadenectomy

6.15 PM > End of session

8.00 PM > Dinner in honor of participants

TUESDAY MARCH 23, 2021

8.15 AM > Evaluation of the previous day

8.30 AM Theoretical session
• Laparoscopic myomectomy
>> Technical principles
>> Variation: difficult cases
>> Outcomes
• Oncology
>> Technical principles
>> Variation: difficult cases
>> Outcomes

09.30 AM Live operative demonstrations
• Hysterectomy
• Myomectomy

1.00 PM > Lunch at the Institute

2.00 PM Training on live tissue (mini-pigs)

• Nephrectomy
• Simulation of bowel injury and reconstruction
• Micro re-anastomosis of the ureter

6.15 PM > End of session / Evening free

WEDNESDAY MARCH 22, 2021

8.15 AM > Evaluation of the previous day

8.30 AM Theoretical session
• Endometriosis
>> Laparoscopic treatment of mild and moderate
endometriosis
>> Laparoscopic approach to severe endometriosis
• Prolapse
>> Laparoscopic approach to pelvic prolapse

10.30 AM Live operative demonstrations
• Endometriosis
• Complex adnexal masses

1.00 PM > Lunch at the Institute

2.00 PM Theoretical session

• Ovarian masses
>> Laparoscopic management of benign ovarian cysts
>>Management of suspicious masses
>> Role of laparoscopy in ovarian cancer
• Hysterectomy
>> Technical principles
>> Variations: difficult cases
>> Alternative techniques
>> Outcomes
• Complications
>> Entry-related complications
>> Bowel complications
>> Urinary complications
>> Vascular complications

4.00 PM > End of course / Delivery of certificates of attendance
Program may be subject to modifications

COURSE PROGRAMME

MONDAY, APRIL 12, 2021

8.00 AM > Registration and welcoming of participants

FOR OPTIONS A, B & C
8.15 AM THEORETICAL SESSION
PELVIC SURGERY

> Fixed presacral tumors

> Laterally extended tumors

> Reconstructive surgery of the vagina: rectus abdominis flaps

> Perineal defects filling: myocutaneous flaps

> Discussion

RETROPERITONEAL SURGERY

> Vascular dissection and reconstruction

> Management of vascular complications

> Fixed aortic nodes

> Lessons from surgery for retroperitoneal sarcoma

> Discussion

12.30 PM > Lunch at the Institute

FOR OPTIONS  B & C (OPTION A : afternoon free)
1.30 PM PRACTICAL SESSION ON LIVE TISSUE (mini-pigs)

6.00 PM > End of session

8.00 PM > Dinner in honor of participants

TUESDAY, APRIL 13, 2021

8.00 AM > Evaluation of the previous day

FOR OPTIONS A, B & C
8.15 AM THEORETICAL SESSION
BOWEL SURGERY

> Digestive surgery: set-up, sutures, bowel preparation

> Large bowel: vascular supply, principles of resection, ileocolic anastomosis, colorectal anastomosis

> Rectum: vascular supply, principles of resection, nerve-sparing techniques, low rectal anastomosis

> Bowel diversion: indications, technique & management

> Management of small bowel fistula and anastomotic leak

> Discussion

CELIAC AREA & PORTA HEPATIS

> Anatomy of the celiac area

> Sanctuaries of peritoneal surface malignancy in the upper abdomen

> Porta hepatis: lessons from duodenopancreatectomy

> Cholecystectomy

> Discussion


12.30 PM > Lunch at the Institute

FOR OPTIONS  B & C (OPTION A : afternoon free)
1.30 PM PRACTICAL SESSION ON LIVE TISSUE (mini-pigs)


6.00 PM > End of session / Evening free

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14, 2021

8.00 AM > Evaluation of the previous day

FOR OPTIONS A, B & C
8.15 AM THEORETICAL SESSION
RIGHT UPPER QUADRANT

> Technique of liver mobilization

> Lessons from anatomic hepatectomy

> Lessons from hepatic transplantation

> Management of complications

> Management of Glisson’s disease

> Complex diaphragmatic peritonectomy and diaphragmatic resection

> Discussion

MISCELLANEAOUS

> Cardiophrenic nodes dissection

> Thoracic surgery issues

> Techniques of splenectomy and distal splenopancreatectomy, management of complications

> Discussion

12.30 PM > Lunch at the Institute

1.30 PM THEORETICAL SESSION
UROLOGY

> Ureteral anastomosis, reimplantation, bladder augmentation

> Continent urostomy: perspective of the urologist & of the gynecologic oncologist

> Indications and technique of orthotopic bladder replacement

> Management of postoperative complications

> Discussion

PERIOPERATIVE MANAGEMENT

> Intraoperative anesthesiologic management & postoperative analgesia

> Nutrition, antibioprophylaxis, thromboprophylaxis

> ERAS

> Certification, medical legal issues

4.30 PM  > FOR OPTIONS A & B
End of course / Delivery of certificates of attendance


THURSDAY APRIL 15, 2021

FOR OPTION C ONLY
8.15 AM > Welcome coffee

8.30 AM HANDS-ON SESSION ON ANATOMICAL SPECIMENS
Part 1

12.30 PM > Lunch at the Institute

1.30 PM HANDS-ON SESSION ON ANATOMICAL SPECIMENS
Part 2

5.30 PM > for OPTION C
End of course / Delivery of certificates of attendance
Program may be subject to modifications

COURSE PROGRAMME

MONDAY MAY 10, 2021

8.15 AM Registration and welcoming of participants

8.30 AM THEORETICAL SESSION
Anatomy
× From gross to functional anatomy
Pathophysiology of the uterus
× Myometrium
× Endometrium
Imaging of the uterus
× US
× MRI

12.30 PM Lunch at the Institute


2.00 PM THEORETICAL SESSION

Myometrial pathology
Fibroids
Adenomyosis
Congestion
Septum
Uterine malformation
× Classification
×  Diagnosis
× Treatment


6.00 PM End of session


8.00 PM Dinner in honor of the participants

TUESDAY MAY 11, 2021

8.15 AM Evaluation of the previous day

8.30 AM
THEORETICAL SESSION
Laparoscopic hysterectomy
× From basic to difficult cases
Laparoscopic myomectomy
× From basic to difficult cases


10.00 AM LIVE OPERATIVE DEMONSTRATIONS
× Hysterectomy
× Myomectomy
× Scar: laparoscopic treatment


12.30 PM Lunch at the Institute


1.30 PM TRAINING ON LIVE TISSUE (MINI-PIGS)

6.00 PM End of session


Evening free

WEDNESDAY MAY 12, 2021

8.15 AM Evaluation of the previous day

8.30 AM THEORETICAL SESSION
Endometrial pathology
× Semiology of the endometrium
× Hyperplasia
× Polyps
× Fibroids
× Scar

× Septum


10.00 AM LIVE OPERATIVE DEMONSTRATIONS
× Hyperplasia
× Polyps
× Fibroids
× Scar
× Septum

1.00 PM Lunch at the Institute

2.00 PM TRAINING ON HYSTEROSCOPY MODELS

6.00 PM End of course
Delivery of certificates of attendance

Program may be subject to modifications

MONDAY SEPTEMBER 13, 2021

8.15 AM > Registration and welcoming of participants

FOR OPTION A  AND B 8.30 AM Theoretical session
• Anatomy
• General diagnostic strategies
>> Ultrasonography
>>MRI
>> Contrast enema
>> New diagnostic tools
• Preoperative strategies
>>Medical therapy
>> Patient preparation
>> Field organization

1.00 PM > Lunch at the Institute

2.00 PM
FOR OPTION A
Surgical Tips and Tricks: videos commented on by the Faculty
>>Discussion around short presentations of difficult or particular cases, pitfalls and technical details through pre-recorded operative demonstrations

4.00 PM > End of session (option A)


FOR OPTION B
Training session on live tissue (mini-pigs)
• Basic principles of laparoscopy
• Dissection of retroperitoneal spaces
• Vascular dissection, experimental injuries and repair

6.15 PM > End of session (option B)

8.00 PM > Dinner in honor of participants

TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 14, 2021

8.15 AM > Evaluation of the previous day

FOR OPTION A  AND B 8.30 AM Keynote Lectures
• Strategies in ovarian endometriosis
>> Techniques for endometriomas
>> Surgery and ovarian reserve
>> Prevention of postoperative adhesions
>> Postoperative treatment and role of IVF

9.30 AM Live operative demonstrations

1.00 PM > Lunch at the Institute

2.00 PM

FOR OPTION A Surgical Tips and Tricks: videos commented on by the Faculty
4.00 PM > End of session / Evening free (option A)

FOR OPTION B Training session on live tissue (mini-pigs)
• Dissection of retroperitoneal spaces
• Nephrectomy and vascular dissection
• Ureter dissection, division and re-anastomosis

6.15 PM > End of session / Evening free (option B)

WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 15, 2021

8.15 AM > Evaluation of the previous day

FOR OPTION A  AND B 8.30 AM Theoretical session

• Fertility preservation
• Strategies in deep endometriosis
>> Experiences from different experts

11.00 AM Live operative demonstrations
• Laparoscopic treatment of endometriomas
• Rectovaginal nodules
• Adhesiolysis
• Bowel endometriosis

1.00 PM > Lunch at the Institute

2.00 PM Theoretical session

• Outcome and complications
>> Complications of endometriosis surgery
>> Urinary complications
>> Surgical complications
• Debates
>> Infertility and endometriosis:
medical therapy versus surgery
>> Bowel resection: yes or no & when?
>> Ureter endometriosis:
--Extra or Intra
--Re-anastomosis or re-implantation

4.00 PM > End of course / Delivery of certificates of attendance

Program may be subject to modifications

COURSE PROGRAMME

MONDAY DECEMBER 13, 2021

8.15 AM > Registration and welcoming of participants

8.30 AM Theoretical session

>> General considerations in endoscopic surgery
>> Operating room set-up
>> Ergonomics
>> New energies
>> Laparoscopic anatomy revisited
>> Laparoscopic complications: the truth
>> Laparoscopic suturing: theory to load the needle and different knotting techniques

1.00 PM > Lunch at the Institute

2.00 PM Training  on live tissue (mini-pigs)

• Dissection in the retroperitoneal space
• Cystotomy and bladder reconstruction
• Lymphadenectomy

6.15 PM > End of session

8.00 PM > Dinner in honor of participants

TUESDAY DECEMBER 14, 2021

8.15 AM > Evaluation of the previous day

8.30 AM Theoretical session
• Laparoscopic myomectomy
>> Technical principles
>> Variation: difficult cases
>> Outcomes
• Oncology
>> Technical principles
>> Variation: difficult cases
>> Outcomes

09.30 AM Live operative demonstrations
• Hysterectomy
• Myomectomy

1.00 PM > Lunch at the Institute

2.00 PM Training on live tissue (mini-pigs)

• Nephrectomy
• Simulation of bowel injury and reconstruction
• Micro re-anastomosis of the ureter

6.15 PM > End of session / Evening free

WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 15, 2021

8.15 AM > Evaluation of the previous day

8.30 AM Theoretical session
• Endometriosis
>> Laparoscopic treatment of mild and moderate
endometriosis
>> Laparoscopic approach to severe endometriosis
• Prolapse
>> Laparoscopic approach to pelvic prolapse

10.30 AM Live operative demonstrations
• Endometriosis
• Complex adnexal masses

1.00 PM > Lunch at the Institute

2.00 PM Theoretical session

• Ovarian masses
>> Laparoscopic management of benign ovarian cysts
>>Management of suspicious masses
>> Role of laparoscopy in ovarian cancer
• Hysterectomy
>> Technical principles
>> Variations: difficult cases
>> Alternative techniques
>> Outcomes
• Complications
>> Entry-related complications
>> Bowel complications
>> Urinary complications
>> Vascular complications

4.00 PM > End of course / Delivery of certificates of attendance
Program may be subject to modifications