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1 DAY-HOUR TUESDAY (19 May) fast Sessions 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 1:30-5:00 PM 6:00-7:00 PM 8:30-10:30 PM 7:00-7:55 AM SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMME Registration Courses (precongres courses) National Anthem and A Moment of Silence, Opening Remarks The Opening Cocktail for May 19 the Commemoration of Atatürk, Youth and Sports Day fast with a Professor* 1. The treatment algorithm of obstructive defecation Dr. Liliana G. Bordeianou 2. How to prepare for an international colorectal board exam? Dr. Mustafa Öncel 3. Non-operative treatment of rwctal cancer. Dr. Ayhan Kuzu 4. Complications of Stoma Dr. Tahsin Çolak *To be held in 4 halls WEDNESDAY 8:00-10:15 AM 10:15-10:45 AM 10:45-11:20 AM 11:20 AM-11:50 AM 11:50-12:30 PM 12:30-1:30 PM Luncheon A panel for benign anorectal diseases with case presentations Moderator: Dr. Sümer Yamaner Crime to be ignorant Participants: Dr. Sezai Leventoğlu Dr. Gökhan Çipe, Dr. Hovsep Hazar, Dr. Feza Karakayalı, Dr. İlker Sücüllü. Dr. Keşşaf Aşlar 1-Anal fissure and treatment 2-Hemorrhoidal disease, treatment 3-Complicated perianal fistula 4-Pilonidal disease The Presidential Address Moderatör: Dr. Ethem Geçim The experienced changes in educational model and perception between generations in colorectal surgical era. Dr. Dursun Buğra Prof. Dr. A by Ercüment Gürel Moderator: Dr. Kemal Alemdaroğlu The standardization of Laparoscopic total mesorectal excision Dr. Amjad Parvaiz Satellite Symposium Abdi İbrahim Moderator: Dr. Tarık Akçal 1:30-2:00 PM Colonic Diverticular Disease Dr. Feza Remzi Dr. Serdar Yüceyar, 2:05-3:45 PM Dr. Hovsep Hazar Colorectal Cancer 3:45-4:00 PM 4:00-4:30 PM Satellite Symposium Covidien 12:45-1:30 PM Poster Presentations (Presentations to the Jury, poster area). Dr. Ersin Öztürk, Dr. Bilgi Baca, Dr. Ergün Yücel Dr. Halil Alış Dr. Cihangir Akyol Benign Colorectal Diseases Hall C Dr. Erhan Akgün Dr. Feza Karakayalı Colorectal/Proctology Presentations Oral

2 fast Sessions 4:30-6:15 PM 6:45-7:30 PM 7:00-7:55 AM A panel for colorectal polyp-malign polyp (Local treatment principles) Moderator: Dr. Ethem Geçim 1- Colorectal-Intestinal Polyps, Polyp labeling (tatooing). ESD, EMD, laparoscopic and endoscopic resection Dr. Emre Balık 2- European and Global standards for pathological examination and reporting of polyp specimen Dr. Işınsu Kuzu 3- Serrated Polyps, Malign rectal polyp (what if an invasive carcinoma on the edge of a polyp?) What can we do? How further in surgery? Dr. Sezai Demirbaş 4- Transanal Minimally Invasive Surgery for Rectal tumors, Harvard's Experience. Dr. Liliana G. Bordeianou 5- Colorectal cancer scanning and the impact on society Dr. A. Serdar Karaca 6- Colonoscopy for particular case (with using anti platelet, Romatoid Arthritis, bleeding diathesis, and pregnancy etc.) and potential complications and management. Dr. Neriman Şengül 7- Virtual colonoscopy Dr. Nuray Haliloğlu Walk for Youth and Sports feastal (holliday) (for willing parties) or a Musical Recital fast with a Professor* 5. Anorectal abscess/fistula, diagnostic and therapeutic methods, Dr. Abdullah Zorluoğlu 6. Anal fissure and its treatment Dr. Bülent Menteş 7. Rectal prolapse Dr. Emmanuel Tiret 8. Writing, publishing and analyzing an article Dr. Uğur Sungurtekin *To be held in 4 halls 8:00-9:45 AM Symposium; Colon Cancer Moderator: Dr. Tuncay Yılmazlar 1-Preoperative imaging and staging for colon cancer Dr. Bilgi Baca 2-Standardization of surgery depended on tumor location and complete mesocolic excision for colon cancer Dr. Ayhan Kuzu 3-Adjuvant therapy, before and after - changing an inoperable to an operable Dr. Ersin Öztürk 4- Recurrence and therapeutic options for colon cancer Dr. Emre Canda 5-Emergencies and therapeutic options for colon cancer (obstruction, perforation, bleeding etc). Dr. Bülent Erkek Challenging the impossible 9:45-10:15 AM Moderator: Dr. Adil Baykan Pelvic exenteretive surgery, multivisseral resection and complications for locally advanced rectal cancer Dr. Eric J Dozois 10:15-10:45 AM

3 THURSDAY 10:45 AM-12:15 PM A Panel for Challenges and Complications for KRS Moderator: Dr. Orhan Kozak 1-Colon and rectum strictures Dr. Mustafa Kalaycı 2-LAR syndrome Dr. Hüsnü Alptekin 3- High output stomas and short bowel syndrome Dr. Gökhan Yağcı 4-Enterocutaneous fistula, rectal anastomotic sinuses Dr. Tuncay Yılmazlar 5-Anal Cancer and the fact as the recurrence problem Dr. Melih Paksoy 6- Deep venous thrombosis and prophylaxis for colorectal surgery Dr. Ömer Topçu A Panel for Inflamatory Bowel Disease Moderator: Dr. İsmail Hamzaoğlu 1-Imaging and latest developments for diagnosis - Follow-up: How and How long? The problem about Dysplasia? Dr. Yusuf Erzin 2- How advanced is medical treatment? Preventive and followup options ( Immunomodulatory and biological agents) and postoperative medical treatment. Dr. Yusuf Erzin 3-Indications and timing for surgery and minimal invasive surgical approach. What is the impact of medical treatment on surgical options and results? Dr. Bilgi Baca 4-Difficult situation in Crohn's disease; intraabdominal abscess, crohn's disease in Colon and the treatment, acute ileitis and the treatment. Dr. Megan Costedio 4-Anorectal Crohn s disease; management, strategies, new treatment options (plugs, stem cell etc.). Dr. Tahsin Çolak 12:15-12:45 PM Satellite Symposium Covidien 12:45-1:30 PM 12:15-1:30 PM Luncheon Poster Presentations (Presentations to the Jury, poster area). Dr. Emre Canda, Dr. Sezai Leventoğlu, Prof. Dr. A by Adnan Salepçioğlu Dr. Nail Ersöz 1:30-2:00 PM Moderator: Dr. Saadettin Çetiner Obstructive defecation syndrome - Diagnosis and treatment 2:00-3:45 PM Dr. Liliana G. Bordeianou Dr. Sadettin Çetiner, Dr. Ömer Topçu Colorectal Cancer Dr. Selçuk Atamanalp Dr. Nail Ersöz Benign Colorectal Diseases Hall C Dr. Yusuf Peker Dr. A. Serdar Karaca Colorectal/Proctology 3:45-4:15 PM

4 fast Sessions An interactive panel with cases The worst cases, nightmare scenarios Moderator: Dr. Oktar Asoğlu Panelists: Dr. Cem Terzi, Dr. M. Tahir Özer, Dr. Gökhan Çipe, Dr. Cihangir Akyol, Dr. Ayça Gültekin 4:15-6:00 PM 1-Colorectal emergencies and non-surgical treatment for anastomotic leakage (Stent, clip, vac) 2- Colorectal injuries, intra-abdominal compartment syndrome and open abdomen management (Component separation, flaps and plastic surgical options) 3-Treatment of diverticular disease-(laparoscopic lavage and other options) 4-Hartmann procedure and emergency in colorectal surgery, emergency in rectal cancer, stenting, and the bridge to surgery 5-Anastomotic stricture, 9:00 PM SONER OLGUN' S PERFORMANCE 7:00-7:55 AM fast with a Professor* 9- Single-port laparoscopic colorectal surgery: Now and Future, Dr. Megan Costedio 10- Fecal incontinence, Dr. Liliana G. Bordeianou 11- An option for retrorectal tumors, Dr. Eric J Dozois 12- Medicolegal - Legal talk - Interactive Discussion, Orhan Tekinsoy (The Attorney at Law for the Society) *To be held in 4 halls 8:00-10:00 AM 10:00-10:30 AM 10:30-11:00 AM A Symposium for Rectum Cancer Moderator: Dr. Bülent Menteş Neither deny, nor confirm 1-Staging in the rectal cancer, before and after neoadjuvant therapy. What does it change? Dr. Mustafa Öncel 2-Neoadjuvant therapy: long or short course radiotherapy for Whom? Dr. Sümer Yamaner 3-Standardization of the treatment strategy in rectal cancer; What are the things we must do? Dr. Cem Terzi 4-Surgical approach following complete response (wait-and- see or TME) or partial response (Local excision or TME). Dr. Mehmet Füzün 5-From open surgery to laparoscopy, from laparoscopy to robotic. Dr. Oktar Asoğlu 6-Cylindrical APR is on trial! Has local recurrence disappeared? Is it worth straining? Dr. CH van de Velde Moderator: Dr. Mehmet Füzün Is it time toto do less for rectal cancer? Dr. İsmail Gögenür FRIDAY

5 FRIDAY 11:00 AM-12:15 PM Panel; Colorectal Diseases Nuk flet şkip Moderator: Dr. Selman Sökmen 1-Colonic volvulus. Dr. Selçuk Atamanalp Panel; Functional Anorectal Disorders 2-Diagnostic/therapeutic challenges for pelvic tumors Dr. Emre De finibus bonorum et malorum Balık Moderatör: Dr. Türker Bulut 3-GI tract Stromal tumors-ddesmoid Tumors. Dr. Osman Yüksel 1-F Incontinence, Sacral Nerve 4-Fournier gangrene. Dr. Serdar Yüceyar Stimulation (SNS) treatment Dr. Türker Bulut. 2-Diagnosis, treatment and surgery for chronic constipation. Dr. Bülent Mentes 3-A treatment option for rectal intussusception (and Solitary rectal ulcer syndrome). Dr. Ediz Altınlı 4-Diagnostic and therapeutic options for total pelvic prolapse. Dr. A Gultekin 12:15 PM-12:45 PM Satellite symposium Ethicon 12:30 PM-1:30 PM 1:30 PM-2:00 PM Luncheon Prof. Dr. A by Kaya Çilingiroğlu Moderator: Dr. Ali Akyüz Image guided surgery for colorectal cancer Dr. Cornelis Jan Hadde Van de Velde 2:00-3:00 PM 3:00-3:30 PM 3:30-4:00 PM A Symposium for Metastatic Colorectal Cancer Building insights ing boundaries Moderator: Dr. Tayfun Karahasanoğlu, Dr. Emre Canda 1- Treatment of Liver Metastasis (liver first, KC split technique etc) Dr. Deniz Balcı 2- Multi-dimensional treatment for locally recurrent rectum cancer/iort. Dr. Ismail Hamzaoglu 3- Peritoneal carcinomatosis- cytoreduction and EPIC/HIPEC treatment. Dr. Selman Sokmen Satellite symposium Gentek 4:00-4:30 PM 4:30-6:00 PM High pressure difference creates vortex Moderator: Dr. Abdullah Zorluoğlu From past to present: From open surgery to laparoscopy, and laparoscopy to robots Dr. Emmanuel Tiret HALL A How I Do It (Colorectal Cancer) Surgical- Technique/Video Presentation Moderators: Dr. Erhan Akgün, Dr. İlker Sücüllü HALL B How I Do It (Proctology-Functional Diseases) Surgical- Technique/Video Presentation Moderators: Dr. Neriman Şengül, Dr. Cemil Çalışkan

6 8:30-09:00 AM Moderator: Dr. Nezih Erverdi Efforts to create a national colorectal cancer database Dr. Cornelis Jan Hadde Van de Velde SATURDAY :30 AM 10:30-11:00AM Interactive Panel; Colorectal Cancer with Case presentation and debate Moderator: Dr. Ayhan Kuzu Panelists: Dr. Adil Baykan, Dr. Ali Akyüz, Dr. Mehmet Füzün, Dr. Oktar Asoğlu, Dr. Dursun Buğra, Dr. Cem Terzi 11:00-12:30 PM Interactive Panel; Anorectal/Functional Diseases with Case presentations and debate Moderator: Dr. Uğur Sungurtekin Panelists: Dr. Türker Bulut, Dr. Sezai Leventoğlu, Dr. Neriman Şengül, Dr. Tuncay Yılmazlar Dr. Emre Canda, Dr. Erhan Akgün 12:35-1:00 PM Closing, Awards, Wishes and a Family Photo

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