European Association for Endoscopic Surgery and other interventional techniques
  • Bucharest 3-6 June 2015

    23rd annual EAES Meeting                                                                          



  • "ATOM" the EAES Bile Duct Injury Registry

    The EAES Bile Duct Injury Registry is now open. All surgeons who see BDI are invited to (anonymously) enter their data in the EAES database (either primary or referred).

    To see the paper on the classification, click here.  To download the (new) matrix,  click here

    Thank you for your contribution!!

  • Press

    Critical appraisal by world-known experts
    of major publications in minimal invasive surgery

  • technology corner

    The latest in technology!!! 
  • goes mobile

    The Society of American Gastrointestinal surgeons

    and the
    European Society of  Endoscopic Surgery

    and Springer
    are proud to announce
    that Surgical Endoscopy
    goes mobile and
    launches a free App for iOS and Android!!

About EAES

The European Association for Endoscopic Surgery (EAES) was founded in 1990 and since then has become a growing and dynamic organization that continues to play a leading role in Endoscopic Surgery and Allied Interventional Techniques.

The EAES has a special interest in education, training, research, development, and publication, most of which is accomplished by its various Committees.
EAES organizes annual Top Level European Congresses in different European countries, and the World Congress of Endoscopic Surgery every six years.
Click here to learn more

The most popular articles in Surgical Endoscopy

Tips and tricks videos

The tips-and-tricks section now features SEVEN videos: right colectomy by Prof Roberto Bergamaschi, splenectomy by Prof Edouardo Targarona, Left pancreatectomy and partial splenectomy by Prof Selman Uraneus, single port cholecystectomy by Prof Luigi Boni, Parahiatal hernia repair by Prof Lee Swanstrom, and Extraperitoneal inguinal hernia repair (with a low cost balloon!!) by Prof Sharma Anil.

Soon to follow!

Laparoscopic iliac-obturatory lymphadenectomy for metastatic melanoma using fluorescence
Laparoscopic Autotrasplantation for complex renal artery aneurysm
Laparoscopic left colectomy with 3 trocar with transvaginal specimen extraction and fluorescence control of the anastomosis
Laparoscopic hepatic resection


Press Reviews

There are currently fifty-six articles 
critically appraised by world renown expert
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EAES registry for Bile Duct Injuries

The EAES registry for bile duct injury occurring during
laparoscopic cholecystectomy  ("ATOM") is open:
currently we have over 50 records

Your participation is needed
(anonymity is guaranteed if you so wish)
Click to see paper published in Surgical Endoscopy. 
Click to see and download matrix

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Upcoming events

ESDE (European Society for Diseases of the Esophagus)
November 20-22, 2014
Bologna Italy
ESGE/ESGAR/EAES Symposium GI Bleeding Berlin
November 28-29, 2014
DDI Week
February 10-18, 2015
23rd International Congress of the EAES Bucharest, Romania
June 03-06, 2015
World Congress of Surgery WCS Bangkok, Thailand
August 23-27, 2015
Bagkok, Thailand