Angiologica the italian style of surgery

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SEPTEMBER 15th -16th  2016

CISEF Gaslini, Via Romana della Castagna 11A - Genoa, Italy


COURSE DIRECTORS  A. Amato – G. A. Binda


Scientific Program

September 15th 2016

14.00  Welcome – Opening lecture

14.30  Symposium: Rectal neoplams - TaTME - Transanal surgery for rectal neoplasm - CCR: how to manage it

16.00  Consultant corner: Constipation

17.00  Symposium: New trends in proctology  - Anal HPV-related disease - High resolution proctoscopy for HPV - Haemorrhoidal arterial embolization

18.15  MSCP Business meeting

September 16th 2016

8.30  Symposium: Emergency in coloproctology - Risk/benefit of endoscopic stenting in colonic obstruction  - Which surgery in left sided colonic obstruction - Strategy in the treatment of anastomotic dehiscence

10.00  Lecture: Hot topics in diverticular disease

10.20  Coffe break 10.45  Round table: Rectal prolapse

12.00  Consultant corner: Ano-Rectal Fistulas

13.00  Closing remarks


Deadline for abstract submission: July 30th, 2016

Deadline for registration: September 5th, 2016


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MSCP members publish: Mario Pescatori PDF Print E-mail



The volume is authored by a colorectal surgeon with long-standing clinical and scientific experience and is devoted to the management of complications following surgery of the anorectum and the pelvic floor. It is aimed not only at general surgeons, perineologists and, of course, proctologists, but also at gastroenterologists, endoscopists, radiologists and physiotherapists, i.e. those who may be involved in both diagnosis and cure whenever an adverse event, either unpredictable or potentially preventable, causes an intra- or postoperative, early or late, mild or life-threatening complication. Severe bleeding, dehiscence, perforation, anorectal stricture, fecal incontinence, and even caval vein thrombosis, fatal Fournier gangrene and pneumomediastinum may occur after anal surgery. The incidence, pathogenesis prevention and treatment of such events are discussed in detail in 10 chapters with 30 tables, 200 illustrations and more than 1000 references. Both conventional procedures and recent innovations are reported. “Unforgettable clinical cases (complications with litigation)” and “Tips and Tricks” are sections increasing the appeal of this book. The approach is “evidence-based” and holistic, focusing on anorectal problems while taking into consideration whole body-mental unity—showing, for example, that a non-healing perineal wound may be due to hypo-pituitarism, and failure after a re-intervention may be related to psychological distress.


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- International in scope, presenting the latest progress in diagnostic and operative procedures

- Covers imaging, clinical physiology, laparoscopy, open abdominal surgery and proctoperineology

- Offers reviews, original articles, technical notes, short communications, and case reports with many detailed illustrations


Techniques in Coloproctology, official journal of MSCP, is an international journal devoted to diagnostic and operative procedures in the management of colorectal diseases.

Coverage includes imaging, clinical physiology, laparoscopy, open abdominal surgery and proctoperineology. Reviews, original articles, technical notes, short communications, and case reports with many detailed illustrations render this publication indispensable for coloproctologists and related specialists.

The journal is strongly recommended to those who wish to be updated on recent developments in the field, and improve the standards of their work.


All MSCP members will receive one-year subscription to Techniques in Coloproctology as part of their membership.


Techniques in Coloproctology is also the official journal of the following societies:


- Italian Society of Colo-Rectal Surgery (SICCR)

- Mediterranean Society of Coloproctology (MSCP)

- Israel Society of Colon and Rectal Surgery (ISCRS)

- Eurasian Colorectal Technologies Association (ECTA)

- Colorectal and Anal Group of the Surgical Section of the Chinese Medical Association.





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