Read the post Congress editorial from the 2014 EAES Paris Congress president: a great success!
The 14th World Endoscopic Meeting took place June 25-28, 2104 in the city of light
A record attendance: 1994 participants from 95 different countries:
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Post Congress Editorial
“Let the light shine"
Congress President, EAES 2014
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Starting with the Paris 14th
World Congress and the 22nd
EAES meeting, the EAES invites you to participate in a modified Delphi Process concerning the two Consensus Conferences on Use of robots in general surgery
and Early rectal cance
The deadline for submission of comments/suggestions is set for midnight August 17th
Thank you for your cooperation,
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Amir Szold, MD
Mario Morino MD
The EAES registry for bile duct injury occurring during surgery ("ATOM") is open
Your participation is needed (anonymity is guaranteed if you so wish)
Click here to see the paper published in Surgical Endoscopy. Click here to see and download (the new) matrix
There are regular contributions to the press-review with currently fifty articles from the literture critically appraised by world renown experts
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
An historical vignette on the history of EAES was written by Prof Jacques Périssat and others. A new feature will be bibliographies of the surgeons who made history in minimal invasive surgery.
A new section is devoted to clinical vignettes
The first is on Charles Horace Mayo, by Professor Jon van Heerden
We hope you enjoy!
Mario Morino President Abe Fingerhut Web Content Manager