Preliminary Program of 4th Congress of SEUD

13:00
14:00

WEDNESDAY SESSION WELCOME DESK OPENING

14:00
19:00

SIMULTANEOUS PRE-CONGRESS COURSES

Simulation and e-gynecology

Chair: Jean-Philippe Estrade (France)

  • Surgical peer to peer training, Patxi Ospital (Invivox)
  • Augmented reality in gynecologic Laparoscopic, Nicolas Bourdel (France)
  • Simulation in gynecology: training tools for endometriosis surgical treatment, Patrice Crochet (France)
  • E-video as a training tool for surgeons, Patrice Crochet (France)
  • Haptic feedback in robotic procedures: current work and perspectives, Claudio Pacchierotti (Irisa)
  • Contribution of a virtual hysteroscopic simulator in the learning of hysteroscopic myoma resection, Guillaume Legendre (France)

15:00
16:30

NATIONAL SESSION: GREECE

Chair: George Pistofidis (Greece)

  • How to Best Manage Uterine Problems that Occur as a Result of Fertility Postponement, George Pistofidis (Greece)
  • Molecular Insights of Aging in Human Embryo Implantation, Antonis Makrigiannakis (Greece)
  • Hysteroscopic Imaging of the Endometrial Cavity Through Aging, Minas Paschopoulos (Greece)
  • Myomatous Occurrence in the Aging Uterus and Fertility, Nikos F Vlahos (Greece)
  • Age Progression and Adenomyosis Related Symptoms, Grigoris F. Grimbizis (Greece)

16:00
19:00

Imaging and uterine disorders

Chairs: Stefano Guerriero (Italy) & Anne-Elodie Millisher (France)

  • The MUSA Protocol Magrit DUEHOLM (Denmark)
  • Adenomyosis and TVS Thierry VAN DEN BOSCH (Belgium)
  • Adenomyosis and MR Anne Elodie MILLISCHER (France)
  • Adenomyosis as tip of the iceberg of presence of pelvic deep endometriosis: the IDEA protocol Stefano GUERRIERO (Italy)
  • Fibroma and color Doppler: what’s new? Caterina EXACOUSTOS (Italy)
  • Endometrium and IETA protocol Francesco LEONE (Italy)
  • Congenital uterine malformations: new insights Artur LUDWIN (Poland)

16:00
19:30

ART and clinical protocols for endometriosis

Chairs: Maria Elisabetta Coccia (Italy) & Rui A. Ferriani (Brazil)

  • Does Endometriosis Affect IVF/ICSI Outcomes? Rui Alberto Ferriani (Brazil)
  • Appropriate ovarian stimulation for endometriosis patients, Juan Garcia Velasco (Spain)
  • Advanced endometriosis: Surgery or IVF? Pietro Santulli (France)
  • Discussion

17:15
17:45

Coffee break

  • Adenomyosis and infertility, Edgardo Somigliana (Italy)
  • Fertility preservation in endometriosis patient as a real possibility to offer? Basil Tarlatzis (Greece)
  • Integrated approach for infertile endometriosis patient: when? Maria Elisabetta Coccia (Italy)
  • Discussion

07:45
08:30

Welcome desk opening

08:30
11:30

LIVE SURGERY SESSION

Chairs: Mauricio Abrão (Brazil), Alberto Mattei (Italy) & Errico Zupi (Italy)

10:00
11:30

NATIONAL SESSION: RUSSIA

Chairs: Vera Balan (Russia), Alexander Popov (Russia)

  • Experimental model of endometriosis: justification of target therapy, Maria Yarmolinskaya (Russia)
  • Cardiovascular and oncological risks of endometriosis, Natalya Ermolova (Russia)
  • Endometriosis-assisted infertility treatment according to RCOG guidelines, Alex Kseniya (UK) 
  • Modern ways and trends in deep infiltrating endometriosis treatment. Exit from the comfort zone, Denis Tsepov (UK)
  • Endometriosis in postmenopausal women, Vera Balan (Russia)

10:00
11:30

NATIONAL SESSION: JAPAN

Chair: Yutaka Osuga (Japan)

  • Prostaglandin E2 – potential target for controlling endometriosis, Kaori Koga (Japan)
  • Stem cells solve the enigma of endometriosis? Tetsuo Maruyama (Japan)
  • Role of EMT in adenomyosis and its effect on reproductive outcome, Khaleque Khan (Japan)
  • Role of ER beta in endometriosis, Fuminori Taniguchi (Japan)
  • An etiology of endometriosis, from the point of autonomic nerve system, Osamu Yoshino (Japan)
  • The role of AMH in the management of ovarian endometrioma, Michio Kitajima (Japan)

10:00
11:30

NATIONAL SESSION: CHINA

10:00
11:30

NATIONAL SESSION: ITALY

The management of women suffering from Uterine Fibroids: the Italian experience

10:00
11:30

NATIONAL SESSION: EGYPT

Chair: Gamal Serour (Egypt)

  • Subtle uterine infertility, Emad Darwish (Egypt)
  • Emerging treatment endometriosis, Abo Bakr El-Nashar (Egypt)
  • Conservative surgery in endometriosis, Hosam Thabet (Egypt)
  • Endometrial receptivity: seed soil interaction or cross talk, Mohamed Salama Gad (Egypt)
  • Challenges in adenomyosis management before ART, Afaf A. Ismail (Egypt)

 

10:00
11:30

NATIONAL SESSION: IRAN

Chairs: Parsa Nezhad (Iran), Taheri Panad (Iran)

  • How to diagnose and manage colorectal endometriosis, Saeed Alborzi (Iran)
  • Sclerotherapy in endometrioma, Abbas Aflatoonian (Iran)
  • Adenomyosis and its effect on reproductive outcome, Saghar Salehpour (Iran)
  • Key note points through ART in endometriosis-assisted infertility treatment, Mahnaz Ashrafi (Iran)
  • Q & A

10:00
11:30

NATIONAL SESSION: CANADA

The Gynecologic Age of Enlightenment: From Tradition to Science

Chair: Sony Singh (Canada)

  • In the beginning… Approach to common congenital uterine anomalies, Lisa Allen (Canada)
  • Go with the Flow: Role of Algorithms in Fibroid Care, Liane Belland (Canada)
  • The Endometriosis Renaissance – Fertility Unraveled, Sarah Maheux-Lacroix (Canada)
  • Challenging the Status Quo, Improving Care in Gynecologic Surgery, Sony Singh (Canada)

10:00
11:30

ARAB SESSION

Chair: Ghassan Lotfi (U.A.E)

  • Uterine morcellation- perspective from the U.A.E. experience, Wael Sammur (U.A.E.)
  • Facts about endometriosis in KSA, Sameer Sendy (KSA)   
  • Prevalence of dysmenorrhoea among high school girls in Kuwait – A cross sectional study with multistage cluster sampling analysis, Salma Kayani (Kuwait)
  • Endometriosis in teens: is it a reproductive stigma? Maryam Al Shukri (Oman)
  • Laparoscopic surgery for endometriosis – The Bahraini experience, Salam Jebril (Bahrain)
  • Ultrastructural study of ovocyte quality from patients with endometriosis undergoing In Vitro Fertilization (IVF), Afaf Ismail (Egypt)

10:00
11:30

MOMENDO SESSION

Chairs: Martin Götte (Germany) Ludwig Kiesel (Germany)

  • Learning from cancer to treat endometriosis, Andrew Horne (UK)
  • Use of the Endometriosis Fertility Index in the management of endometriosis-associated infertility, Carla Tomassetti (Belgium)
  • Germany: Role of microRNAs in endometriosis, Martin Götte (Austria)
  • Current Strategies for the treatment of endometriosis compromising the bowel, Mauricio Abrão (Brazil)

11:30
12:30

SEUD SPONSORED SYMPOSIUM

12:30
13:30

LUNCH SYMPOSIUM

12:30
14:00

Cocktail lunch & exhibition visit

14:00
14:30

Opening Ceremony

Speakers: Charles Chapron (France) & Felice petraglia (Italy)

14:30
16:00

GENETIC / EPIGENETIC AND ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS FOR ENDOMETRIOSIS

Chairs: Pierluigi Benedetti Panici (Italy) & Krina Zondervan (United Kingdom)

  • The state of the art, Peters Rogers (Australia)
  • The basic science, Daniel Vaiman (France)
  • The future directions, Hugh Taylor (USA)
  • Role of microRNA’s in Endometriosis, Asgi Fazleabas (USA)

16:00
16:30

Coffee break & exhibition visit

16:30
17:00

Keynote Lecture

Chair: Robert Taylor (USA)

  • Molecular mechanisms of endometriosis onset and progression, Bert W. O’Malley (USA)

17:00
18:30

ENDOCRINOLOGY / HORMONAL FACTORS FOR ENDOMETRIOSIS

Chairs: Yoke Fai Fong (Singapore) & Paolo Vercellini (Italy)

  • The state of the art, Linda Giudice (USA)
  • The basic science, Serdar Bulun (USA)
  • The clinical implications, Felice Petraglia (Italy)
  • The future directions, Robert Casper (Canada)

18:30
19:00

Classical music concert

19:00
20:00

Official posters session & Welcome cocktail

08:00
09:30

IMMUNOLOGICAL FACTORS IN ENDOMETRIOSIS

Chairs: Margit Dueholm (Denmark) & Massimo Candiani (Italy)

  • The clinical implications, Paola Viganò (Italy)
  • The basic science, Robert Taylor (USA)
  • The clinical implications, Chris Becker (United Kingdom)
  • The future directions, Frédéric Batteux (France)

09:30
10:30

SEUD sponsored Symposium

10:30
11:00

Coffee break and exhibition visit

11:00
11:30

Keynote Lecture

Chair: Charles Chapron (France)

  • How to treat the complex patients: endometrioisis, adenomyosis and uterine fibroids, Michael Muller (Switzerland)

11:30
13:00

LIFE STYLE AND STRESS FACTORS FOR ENDOMETRIOSIS AND UTERINE DISORDERS

Chairs: Sarah Berga (USA) & Sony Singh (Canada)

  • Pain, endometriosis and quality of life, Sylvya Mechsner (Germany)
  • Stress and endometriosis, Fernando Reis (Brazil)
  • Adenomyosis and quality of life, Francisco Carmona (Spain)
  • Coexistence of endometriosis and uterine disorders in infertile patients, Ludwig Kiesel (Germany)

13:00
14:00

LUNCH SYMPOSIUM

13:00
14:30

Cocktail lunch & exhibition visit

14:00
14:30

SEUD GENERAL ASSEMBLY

14:30
15:00

SEUD SPONSORED SYMPOSIUM

15:00
15:30

SEUD SPONSORED SYMPOSIUM

15:30
16:30

WORKSHOP

Chairs: Basil Tarlatzis (Greece) Philippe Y. Laberge (Canada) 

Fibroids and new hormonal treatments

  • Sony Singh (Canada)
  • Jacques Donnez (Belgium)
  • Kristof Chwalisz (USA)

15:30
16:30

Free communications x5

16:30
17:30

WORKSHOP

Chairs: Oskari Heikinheimo (Finland) & Tasuku Harada (Japan)

Non hormonal treatments for endometriosis

  • Title to be confirmed, Yutaka Osuga (Japan)
  • New treatments for ovarian endometrioma, Ivo Brosens (Belgium)
  • Title to be confirmed, Thomas Zollner (Germany)

16:30
17:30

Free communications x5

17:30
18:00

Coffee break & exhibition visit

18:00
19:00

WORKSHOP

Chairs: Masaaki Andou (Japan) & Ludovico Muzii (Italy)

Abnormal uterine bleeding and minimally invasive surgery

  • Surgical treatment of fibroma for subfertility, Andrew Horne (United Kingdom)
  • AUB and hysteroscopy, Philippe Y. Laberge (Canada)
  • Fibroids and resettoscopy, Stefano Luisi (Italy)

18:00
19:00

Free communications x4

19:00
19:30

Keynote Lecture

Chair: Giuseppe Benagiano (Italy)

  • New targets for the medical treatment in uterine disorders, Linda G. Griffith (United Kingdom)

20:00

SEUD social evening

08:30
10:30

AN UPDATE ON THE DIAGNOSIS OF ADENOMYOSIS

Chairs: Jin Hua Leng (China) & Carmine Nappi (Italy)

  • The state of the art, Mauricio Abrao (Brazil)
  • The basic science, Sun-Wei Guo (China)
  • The clinical implications, Charles Chapron (France)
  • The future directions, Thierry Van den Bosh (Belgium)

10:30
11:00

Coffee break & exhibition visit

11:00
11:30

Keynote Lecture

Chair: Fulvio Zullo (Italy)

  • Abnormal uterine bleeding in fertile age: minimally invasive surgical solution, Grigoris F. Grimbizis (Greece)

11:30
13:30

PHENOTYPE OF UTERINE FIBROIDS AND CLINICAL SYMPTOMS

Chairs: Luigi Fedele (Italy) & Gamal Serour (Egypt)

  • State of the art: optimizing symptom management, Hilary Critchley (United Kingdom)
  • The basic science, Pascquapina Ciarmela (Italy)
  • The clinical implications, Caterina Exacoustos (Italy)
  • The future directions, William H. Catherino (USA)

13:30
14:00

Awards & Closing ceremony

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