Series 04, Part 2 – Minimally Invasive Surgery - CME for Left Flexure Cancer
Join us for an informative 75-minute event, "Minimally Invasive Surgery – CME for Left Flexure Cancer," The second episode in series four of our robotic webinars. Mark your calendar for Thursday, June 22nd, at 17.00 CEST | 16.00 BST.
Who is this event intended for?
Colorectal surgeons and those interested in minimally invasive surgery, complete mesocolic excision for left flexure cancer
What is the benefit of attending?
This webinar is open to surgeons, consultants and researchers seeking to broaden their understanding and refine their skills in the realm of minimally invasive surgery, CME for left flexure cancer. Connect with experts in the field, gain valuable insights, and advance your surgical practice.
During this engaging webinar, our esteemed panel of colorectal surgeons and anatomists will delve into the latest techniques and advancements in minimally invasive surgery, focusing on CME for left flexure cancer. Key topics of discussion will include detailed insights into the anatomical considerations, effective oncological dissection using both laparoscopic and robotic approaches, as well as an exploration of anastomosis techniques. Gain invaluable knowledge from experienced surgeons who will share their tips, tricks, and best practices for understanding and mastering this complex procedure.
17:00 CEST | 16:00 BST
Our programme includes:
Introduction: Nuha Yassin (UK)
Anatomy: Bjarte Tidemann Andersen (NO)
Oncological dissection - Laparoscopic approach: Claus Anders Bertelsen (DK)
Oncological dissection - Robotic approach: Marcos Gómez Ruiz (ES)
Anastomosis technique: Ellen van Eetvelde (BE)
Moderated by: Nuha Yassin (UK), Paolo Bianchi (IT)
Comments by: Thilo Wedel (DE)
Discussions and Live Q&A
Register your place now. Together, we can advance colorectal surgery, increase knowledge and improve patient outcomes.