American College Of Surgeons - Inspiring Quality: Highest Standards, Better Outcomes

Session Code: DC08
Title: Management of Anorectal Disease
Date and Time of Session: Sunday, October 22: 9:30 am - 5:00 pm
Description: At the end of this activity, the participant will be a well versed on the basic principles and up to date on the latest developments in common anorectal diseases. Specifically, the participant will be: 1. Aware of the key principles of hemorrhoid surgery and familiarized with newer techniques 2. Able to recognize simple and complex anorectal abscesses and fistulas with a better understanding of the various surgical options 3. Educated on the pathophysiology of anal fissures and familiar with the common treatments 4. Knowledgeable of the intricate process of defecation and the issues that may arise 5. Familiar with the pilonidal disease process and be able to offer several treatment strategies Benign anorectal disease is one of the most common problems facing general surgeons in the outpatient setting. Surgical techniques and technology are rapidly evolving to provide quicker, more effective outcomes with less pain. This panel will discuss recent advances in the field of hemorrhoids, anal fistula, anal fissure and rectal prolapse.
CME Credit Hours: 6
Webcast Package Available: No
Audio Package Available: No
Track:
General Surgery (GEN), Colon and Rectal Surgery (CRS), Rural Surgery (RUS)
Sponsored By:
Advisory Council for General Surgery, Advisory Council for Colon and Rectal Surgery
Program Participants:
Chair
Armen Aboulian, MD FACS
Co-Chair
Vincent J. Obias, MD FACS FASCRS
The Basics
Speaker Anorectal Basics: What Every General Surgeon Needs to Know
Samuel Eisenstein, MD
Speaker Anorectal Evaluation: The Role of Ultrasound, Contrast Enema, Cat Scan (CT), Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), Defecography, the Role of an Anorectal Physiology Lab
Susan D. Stein, MD FACS
Speaker Constipation: The Source of So Many Problems
Jeremy M. Lipman, MD, FACS, FASCRS
Speaker Nonoperative Management of Common Anorectal Diseases
Ralph Elbert Butler, MD FACS FACRS
Question and Answers
Morning Break
Hemorrhoids
Speaker Nonoperative and Office Based Procedures
Rami Makhoul, MD
Speaker Excisional Hemorrhoidectomy
Izi Daniel Obokhare, MD FACS
Speaker Newer Techniques- Transanal Hemorrhoidal Dearterialization (THD), Stapled, etc...
Rebecca Robinson Monroe Cannom, MD, MS, FACS, FASCRS
Speaker Hemorrhoids in Complicated Patients: Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD), HIV Positive, and Pregnant
Nell Maloney Patel, MD FACS FACRS
Speaker Complications and Possible Treatments of Hemorrhoid Surgery
Matthew F. Kalady, MD, FASCRS, FACS
Questions and Answers
Lunch
Speaker Etiology, Pathogenesis, Anatomy, Types, and Principles of Fistula Surgical Treatment
Grace A. Montenegro, MD
Speaker Fistulotomy: Primary vs. Cutting Seton
Mark Karam Soliman, MD, FACS, FASCRS
Speaker Plug vs. Glue vs. LIFT
Kyle Graham Cologne, MD FACS
Speaker Endorectal Flap
Yosef Yonatan Nasseri, MD FACS FASCRS
Speaker Newer Techniques: Laser
Daniel D. Klaristenfeld, MD, FACS, FASCRS
Speaker Rectovaginal, Rectourethral, and Radiation
Mitchell Alan Bernstein, MD FACS
Speaker Fistula in IBD for the General Surgeon
Phillip Robert Fleshner, MD FASCRS
Questions and Answers
Afternoon Break
Common Pelvic Floor Disorders
Speaker The Basics: The Complex Sequence of Events Called a Bowel Movement
Brian Lim Bello, MD FACS FASCRS
Speaker Disorders of Defecation (Intussusception, Rectocele, Enterocele, and Sigmoidocele)
Andreas M. Kaiser, MD, FACS, FASCRS
Speaker Pruritus Ani and Levator Ani Syndrome
Eric M. Haas, MD, FACS, FASCRS
Speaker Foreign Body
Walter Russell Peters, MD MBA FACS
Speaker Cutaneous Conditions
Brian Frank Hinnebusch, MD
Rectal Prolapse and Incontinence
Speaker Rectal Prolapse Workup
Tracy L. Hull, MD, FACS
Speaker Altemeier
H. David Vargas, MD FACS
Speaker Delorme
Scott R. Steele, MD, FACS, FASCRS
Speaker Rectopexy with Mesh
John H. Marks, MD FACS
Speaker Anterior Rectopexy
Brooke H. Gurland, MD, FACS
Speaker Fecal Incontinence
Nishit Shah, MD
Questions and Answers