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1 Polish Society of Surgical Oncology (PSSO) Board meeting 1.C Scientific Conference for students Chair:, Michał Jankowski, Piotr Nowaczyk Nurses Session 1.B A GIST Registry Elżbieta Bylina, Iwona Ługowska, Advances in the assessment of prognosis for patients after primary GIST resection Elżbieta Bylina, Management of progression in patients with advanced GISTs after imatinib treatment; optimization of adverse effects of multikinase inhibitors Iwona Ługowska What s new in GIST 2015? Reports from medical centers, organizational issues of GIST Clinical Registry 1.G Provincial Consultants meeting on Surgical Oncology Chair: Konsultant Krajowy Krzysztof Herman Meeting of Breast Cancer Section Chair: Zbigniew I. Nowecki, Agnieszka Kołacińska 32nd Scientific and Training Conference "Proceedings in Advanced Tumors of the Upper Gastrointestinal Tract" Chair: Franco Roviello, Paweł Murawa, Wojciech Polkowski Perioperative chemoradiotherapy in gastric and esophageal cancers Lucjan Wyrwicz Preoperative assessment of stage of tumors of the upper gastrointestinal tract Michał Studniarek Surgical treatment of esophageal cancer Janusz Wójcik / Tomasz Grodzki Surgical issues in pancreatic cancer Sławomir Mrowiec Can systemic treatment improve the results of pancreatic cancer therapy? Maciej Krzakowski Perioperative nourishment in surgery of tumors of the upper gastrointestinal tract Tomasz Olesiński

2 Tailored lymphadenectomy in gastric cancer Franco Roviello Discussion 21st Congress of the Polish Society of Surgical Oncology The Opening Ceremony Hall of The Earth Speech of the Chair of the Organizational Committee Dawid Muraw Speech of the PSSO President and Chair of the Scientific Committee Speeches of the representatives of the Honorary Comittee Ceremony for conferring the Honorary Membership of PSSO (Maciej Krzakowski, Jerzy Mituś, Marian Reinfuss) Ceremony of bestowing badges Zasłużony dla Polskiego Towarzystwa Chirurgii Onkologicznej ( Distinguished for the Polish Society of Surgical Oncology ) Ceremony of bestowing diplomas for best original scientific papers of the 20th Congress of PSSO Lecture named after Prof. Tadeusz Koszarowski "Symbols And Myths" Edward Towpik Concert Waldemar Malicki Topic, plenary, educational and original sessions concerning multidisciplinary treatment of tumors with special regard to breast tumors Meeting with Expert. Therapy Sequence and range of surgery in localized rectal cancer Krzysztof Bujko, Andrzej Rutkowski, Wojciech Zegarski Symposium of sentinel lymph node section contemporary management of sentinel lymph nodes in breast cancer and melanomas Chairs: Zbigniew I. Nowecki, Janusz Piekarski,, 1.E+D Standard of histopathological examination in sentinel lymph node assessment in melanomas and breast cancer Anna Nasierowska-Guttmejer Intraoperative examination of sentinel lymph node in breast cancer and melanomas Paweł Murawa SPECT-CT or lymphoscintigraphy in sentinel lymph node biopsy Michał Studniarek Sentinel lymph node biopsy vs. neo-adjuvant treatment in breast cancer Surgical management of lymph nodes after positive lymph sentinel node biopsy Zbigniew I. Nowecki Preventing complications after lymphadenectomy depending on the kind of surgery Jacek Zieliński Discussion 1.G Meeting with Expert. Treatment of retroperitoneal sarcomas Wirginiusz Dziewirski,, Milena Szacht Original papers session varia Chair: Michał Jankowski, Janusz Słuszniak, Wojciech Zegarski, Assessment of perioperative complications and early treatment outcomes in patients after portal/ superior mesenteric vein excision due to borderline resectable pancreatic cancer and reconstruction with left renal artery author s own experience Magdalena Derejska Prediction of microscopic neoplastic infiltration of vessels in liver transplantation due to hepatocellular carcinoma

3 Michał Grąt Result of combination therapy of retroperitoneal sarcomas Analysis of the results of surgical treatment in patients with primary neoplasms of pelvis bones involving hip joint who underwent reconstruction with Lumic modular prosthesis Andrzej Pieńkowski Local recurrence, rather than hepatic or peritoneal metastases, is related with the worst prognosis in colorectal cancer Jerzy Mielko Results of treatment for osteosarcoma in adults based on Polish Bone Tumors Registry Iwona Ługowska Effect of sentinel node micrometastases on prognosis and survival in colon cancer Piotr Nowaczyk Discussion Management in invasive candidosis Barbara Tamowicz Coffee break 1.A+B+C 1.E+D Satellite session of Bristol-Myers-Squibb Melanomas Chair: Immunotherapy in advanced melanoma treatment Ipilimumab - clinical cases presentation Tomasz Świtaj Plenary session. Follow-up after radical treatment of selected tumors Chair: Krzysztof Herman,, Grzegorz Wallner Breast cancer Krzysztof Herman Colorectal cancer Wojciech Zegarski Melanoma Gastric cancer Wojciech Polkowski Thyroid cancer Marek Dedecjus Esophageal cancer Grzegorz Wallner Pancreatic cancer Andrzej Cichocki Discussion Lunch break Nutricia lunch session - No treatment without nutrition Chair: 1.A+B+C Nutritional guidance in patients without malnutrition symptoms Tomasz Jastrzębski New guidelines of nutritional therapy PTChO/PTO/PTOK/POLSPEN Michał Jankowski

4 The role of immunomodulating diet Piotr Nowaczyk 1.E+D New locoregional technologies in treatment of liver metastases Chair: Józef Kładny, Ibrahim Edhemovic, Paweł Nyckowski Which patients may benefit most from systemic HCC treatment in Polish conditions? Marek Wojtukiewicz Microwave ablation or RFA what do we know? Arkadiusz Spychała, Use of irreversible electroporation in primary and secondary liver tumors Krzysztof Dudek Electrochemotherapy of colorectal liver metastases Ibrahim Edhemovic Radiofrequency ablation of liver metastases with Cyberknife method Piotr Martenka Liver transplantation Waldemar Patkowski Locoregional treatment - How to optimally treat patients with HCC? Dariusz Zdrożny Original session: Breast cancer Chair: Sylwia Grodecka-Gazdecka, Sławomir Mazur, Edward Towpik Intraoperative radiotherapy used as a boost in early breast cancer with subsequent hypofractionated whole-breast irradiation: updated results of HIOB prospective trial Fastner Gerd Usefulness of oncoplastic techniques in conserving treatment of breast cancer combined with intraoperative radiotherapy Skin sparing mastectomy oncological safety vs. cosmetic effect Janusz Jaśkiewicz Twenty-five years experience in conserving treatment in patients with early breast cancer Zbigniew Jodkiewicz Impact of implementing conclusions of ACOSOG Z0011 trial on modification of diagnostic and treatment strategies in patients with breast cancer who underwent sentinel node biopsy Tomasz Nowikiewicz 1.G Discussion Poster session Expert discussion on the most interesting poster reports Chair: Andrzej Cichocki, Zbigniew I. Nowecki, Janusz Słuszniak Assessment of neoplastic tissue sensitivity to cytostatic agents in patients qualified for cytoreductive surgery and HIPEC Tomasz Jastrzębski Quality of life of rectal cancer patients Ewelina Monastyrska Comparison of intraoperative and final histopathological results of sentinel nodes evaluation in patients with breast cancer and melanoma Aleksander Niziołek Morphologic and immunohistochemical examinations for the assessment of induction therapy effectiveness in patients with breast cancer Antoni Chorow Grodno State Medical University Antoni Chorow Factors contributing to prolongation of hospital stay in patients with colorectal cancer after surgery ERAS protocol Michał Pędziwiatr

5 Coffee break Assessment of the risk of peritoneal metastases in colorectal cancer Peritoneal Metastases Risk Index (PMRI) Tomasz Polec Do we have management standards for patients with pathologic nipple discharge? Jacek Zieliński Risk factors for perioperative morbidity and mortality after gastric resection due to cancer Maciej Ciesielski Advances in cancer treatment a single center experience Cardiopulmonary resuscitation in patients with advanced neoplasm is it possible to define indications for withholding of resuscitation? Beata Barwińska Diagnostic value of ultrasound examination for determination of the disease severity and postoperative management in patients with breast cancer who underwent sentinel node biopsy Tomasz Nowikiewicz Can BRAF mutation be used as independent predictive factor in patients with early-stage papillary thyroid cancer? Agnieszka Czarniecka Comparison of radiation doses absorbed by the heart during complementary radiotherapy between patients with left mammary gland carcinoma treated withdeep-inspiratory breath-hold irradiation and those treated with standard technique Krystian Lichoń Surgical team experience improves treatment results in colorectal patients. Analysis of author s own material Mariusz Szajewski Use of titanium-coated polypropylene mesh (TILOOP Bra) for supplementary coating of prosthetic implants in one-stage breast reconstruction Janusz Wasiewicz Assessment of risk factors for breast cancer metastasizing to sentinel node Tariq Al-Amawi Laparoscopic Nissen fundoplication in the treatment of Barrett s esophagus and prevention of the development of esophageal adenocarcinoma Marcin Migaczewski Results of radical surgery of locally advanced gastric cancer Anna Wiczołek Metaplastic breast cancer in the material of Oncology Center in Krakow clinical characteristics and treatment outcomes Jerzy W. Mituś The dark side of the moon failures of radical treatment of rectal cancer in 5-years follow-up Michał Jankowski Does population-based breast cancer early detection program fulfill the WHO criterions? A comparison of selected prognostic and predictive factors in the Pomeranian District and United Kingdom with reference to European quality criterions for breast cancer screening programs Piotr Woźniacki Session - Antithrombotic management in oncological patients Chair: 1.A+B+C Antithrombotic periprocedural prevention in patients with canacer Zbigniew Krasiński Venous Thrombembolism treatment in patients with cancer Marek Wojtukiewicz 1.E+D Covidien satellite debate - How advanced technologies affect efficiency and safety of colorectal surgeries - an interactive debate Moderators and lecturers: Wojciech Zegarski Piotr Richter Plenary session: Controversies in Surgical Oncology Chair: Krzysztof Herman, Paweł Murawa,,

6 Is intraoperative radiotherapy enough in adjuvant therapy after local treatment of breast cancer? Discussion Marc W. Sütterlin Expert commentary Jerzy Wydmański Is there any room for debulking (R2) in colorectal cancer liver metastases? Discussion Expert commentary Krzysztof Zieniewicz What is the role of surgical treatment in metastatic melanoma? Discussion Expert commentary Zbigniew I. Nowecki Skin sparing mastectomy oncological safety vs. cosmetic effect Discussion Janusz Jaśkiewicz Expert commentary Sławomir Mazur General Meeting of PSSO Members Date I; Date II Dinner (available at extra cost) Sessions on progress in surgical oncology, poster sessions 1.E+D Important issues in breast cancer treatment Chair: Jerzy Mituś, Zbigniew I. Nowecki, Wojciech Wysocki Genetics of breast cancer, is there any room for surgery in breast cancer prevention Janusz Limon Breast cancer in pregnancy. Pregnancy after breast cancer treatment Jerzy Giermek Breast cancer in elderly age GONG special lecture Sylwia Grodecka-Gazdecka What is the role of surgery in stage 4 breast cancer? Wojciech Wysocki When is it possible to discontinue adjuvant radiotherapy in breast cancer? Jerzy Wydmański Adjuvant and neo-adjuvant therapies in advanced locoregional breast cancer (hormone therapy, systemic chemotherapy?) oncologist and surgeon s cooperation Maciej Krzakowski 1.G Surgical oncology vs. combination tumor therapy Chair: Józef Kładny, Marian Reinfuss, Andrzej Rutkowski,

7 Isolated limb perfusion Marcin Zdzienicki Gallbladder cancer and Cholangiocarcinoma? Paweł Nyckowski Radiochemotherapy in treatment of advanced esophageal cancer Zuzanna Guzel Scope of lymphadenectomy after neo-adjuvant chemotherapy in gastric cancer Józef Kładny Individualization of oncological treatment based on genetic profile Ewa Kalinka-Warzocha Hyperthermia in oncology Tomasz Jastrzębski A lecture sponsored by Novartis - Merkel cell carcinomas of the digestive system - diagnostics and surgery Andrzej Cichocki Coffee break Special Session - Correct diagnosis in patients with tumors, conditioning the efficiency of the therapy Chair: and Maciej Krzakowski Breast Cancer Zbigniew I. Nowecki Gastric Cancer Wojciech Zegarski Melanoma Correct diagnosis necessary to make therapeutic decisions - perspective of an oncologist Ewa Kalinka Warzocha 1.E+D Oncoplastic surgery, breast reconstruction Chair: Janusz Jaśkiewicz, Sławomir Mazur, Edward Towpik Breast reconstruction in patients qualified for radiotherapy. Principles of procedure Marek Budner Radical treatment in patients previously operated in the breast area (enlargement, reduction) Jerzy Jankau, Maciej Kuczyński Lipotransfer in breast reconstruction Sławomir Mazur Reconstruction surgery pitfalls in patients with tumors, reconstruction in young women Sławomir Cieśla Intraoperative radiotherapy in surgical oncology Chair: Jacek Fijuth, Anna Kulik,, IORT with electrons (IOERT) in breast cancer where do we stand? Felix Sedlmayer Rectal cancer Wojciech Polkowski Investigating the significance of interstitial fluid of tumor taken from the site from patients after quadrantectomy with itraoperative radiotherapy Nipple sparing mastectomy vs. Intraoperative radiotherapy Sławomir Mazur Place of intraoperative radiotherapy in conserving therapy in patients with local recurrence after BCT

8 Anna Kulik 1.G Pancreatic cancer Jacek Fijuth Breast cancer local treatment Chair: Edward Towpik, Zbigniew I. Nowecki, Zoran Stojcev Breast cancer recurrence after conserving procedure what is the scope of resection and how to reduce the percentage of reoperations Wojciech Wysocki DCIS growing problem Jacek Piechocki Extended recommendations for conserving treatment (possibility of resection of 30-50% breast parenchyma) Janusz Jaśkiewicz Is there any room for mastectomy in surgical oncology in the second decade of the 21st century Janusz Piekarski Mastectomy with reconstruction or BCT in treatment of women with breast cancer? Piotr Pluta Discussion Closing of the 21st Congress of PSSO Józef Kładny,,

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