27 October 09:00-16:00 Mimar Sinan Hall
28 October 09:00-16:00 Mimar Sinan Hall
29 October 09:00-16:00 Mimar Sinan Hall
Thursday October 27th, 2022 / Day 1
07:45-14:15 COURSE 1

Robotic Colorectal Surgery, Theoretical Course and Live Surgery - Acıbadem University Altunizade Hospital

Course Organizers: Philippe Rouanet (France), Bilgi Baca (Türkiye)
Course Capacity: 15 Participants
Venue: Acıbadem University Altunizade Hospital

Objectives: The course was designed on didactic and live surgery sections. Speakers of didactic session should explain the procedure step by step (port sites, docking, dissection planes, vascular ligation, anastomosis, specimen retrieval and if possible new technologies (ICG, vessel sealer, etc) of da Vinci robotic systems. Surgeons of the live surgery session are able to answer all the questions from the trainees during the operation.

Session I: Theoretical Session – Video Based How I Do It? Tips and Tricks
Moderators: Philippe Rouanet (France), Bilgi Baca (Türkiye)
07:45-08:00 Opening remarks
Robotic Right-Sided Colon Resection (Step by step)
08:00-08:20 Right hemicolectomy for cecum tumor
Erol Pişkin (Türkiye)
08:20-08:40 Right hemicolectomy for hepatic flexure tumor
İsmail Hamzaoğlu (Türkiye)
08:40-09:00 Q/A
09:00-09:15 Coffee Break
Robotic Left-Sided Colorectal Procedures (Step by step)
09:15-09:35 Left hemicolectomy for splenic flexure tumor
Bilgi Baca (Türkiye)
09:35-09:55 Total mesorectal excision: How to preserve sexual function in man
Philippe Rouanet (France)
09:55-10:15 Total mesorectal excision for rectal cancer: Ultra low anastomosis
Philippe Rouanet (France)
10:15-10:35 Ventral mesh rectopexy: Technique and long term results
Laurent Bresler (France)
10:35-10:50 Q/A
10:50- 11:00 Coffee Break
Live Surgery
11:00-14:00 Moderators: Philippe Rouanet (France), İsmail Hamzaoğlu (Türkiye)
Surgeons: Tayfun Karahasanoğlu (Türkiye), Bilgi Baca (Türkiye)
Operating theatre 1: Robotic CME for right colon cancer
Operating theatre 2: Robotic low anterior resection
14:00-14:15 Concluding remarks & closure
09:00-15:00 COURSE 2 Benign Proctology, Video Based, Tips and Tricks Course - Congress Venue Wyndham Grand Istanbul Levent

Course Organizers: Carlo Ratto (Italy), Bülent Menteş (Türkiye)
Venue: Congress Venue Wyndham Grand Istanbul Levent

Objectives: Proctology is a craft, an art that surgeons cannot learn simply by reading or using advanced technology. The objective of this extraordinary course is to add to the operative steps and manipulative skills of already dedicated surgeons, using mainly videos and other illustrations as the education material

Morning Session
09:00-09:10 Opening remarks
09:10-09:25 Excisional hemorrhoidectomy – Tips & tricks – How could Milligan do it without energy devices?
Narimantas Samalavicius (Lithuania)
09:25-09:30 Addendum
Bülent Menteş (Türkiye)
09:30-09:50 Laser hemorrhoidoplasty – Laser physics and laser hemorrhoidoplasty
Cem Terzi (Türkiye)
09:50-10:10 Levator syndrome - Tips & tricks – Levator Botox injection
Leonardo Bustamante-Lopez (United States)
10:10-10:25 HAL/THD - Mucopexy - Patient selection & technical details
Carlo Ratto (Italy)
10:25-10:35 Anal abscess – Concomitant drainage & fistula surgery – Should we do it?
Bülent Menteş (Türkiye)
10:35-10:40 Addendum
Feza Remzi (United States)
10:40-10:55 Crohn’s fistulae - Is seton application our only choice?
Feza Remzi (United States)
10:55-11:15 Coffee Break
Noon Session
11:15-11:30 Rectovaginal fistula – Surgical options – Why do some cases fail?
Kotaro Maeda (Japan)
11:30-11:35 Addendum
Bülent Menteş (Türkiye)
11:35-11:50 Pilonidal disease – Minor procedures - Phenol treatment, laser
Pravin Gupta (India)
11:50-12:00 Sphincter repair – After obstetric injury – Timing and technique
Feza Karakayalı (Türkiye)
12:00-12:05 Addendum
Ethem Geçim (Türkiye)
12:05-12:20 Lateral internal sphincterotomy – How and how much? - Standardizing technical details
Uğur Sungurtekin (Türkiye)
12:20-12:25 Addendum
Bülent Menteş (Türkiye)
12:25-12:40 LIFT – Does it always work? - Technical details
Eloy Espin Basany (Spain)
12:40-12:55 Anal/perianal warts – Surgical details & after surgery
Timuçin Erol (Türkiye)
12:55-13:00 Addendum
Pravin Gupta (India)
13:00-13:40 Lunch
Afternoon Session
13:40-13:50 Horseshoe abscess & fistula – Exposure & surgical details
Sezai Leventoğlu (Türkiye)
13:50-13:55 Addendum
Ayhan Kuzu (Türkiye)
13:55-14:10 Stapled hemorrhoidopexy – PPH and other stapling techniques
Antonio Longo (Italy)
14:10-14:15 Addendum…
Sezai Leventoğlu (Türkiye)
14:15-14:25 Sphincter repair – After iatrogenic injury
Sezai Leventoğlu (Türkiye)
14:25-14:30 Addendum…
Leonardo Bustamante-Lopez (United States)
14:30-14:45 Pilonidal disease – Flap surgery for extensive/recurrent cases – Deviating the inferior midline
Bülent Menteş (Türkiye)
14:45-15:00 Concluding remarks & closure
07:45-15:15 COURSE 3

Laparoscopic Colorectal Surgery, Theoretical Course and Live Surgery - Koç University Hospital and RMK AIMES

Course Organizers: Joaquim Costa Pereira (Portugal), Emre Balık (Türkiye)
Course Capacity: 12 Participants
Venue: Koç University Hospital and RMK AIMES

Objectives: The course is designed for colorectal surgeons who want to adopt laparoscopic technique in their daily surgical practices. Theoretical part includes didactic and video lectures focusing on the key operative steps and techniques necessary to efficiently perform laparoscopic colorectal procedures. Laparoscopic colorectal training on porcine models will provide further opportunity to refine skills to perform a successful colorectal procedure. Live cases performed by experts in colorectal field will provide the opportunity to increase procedural knowledge by learning innovative surgical resections in conjunction with real-time perfusion evaluation with indocyanine green fluorescence imaging. At the end of the course each attendee will be able to:
- Decide to perform laparoscopic colorectal surgery
- Describe the indications, patient selection, patient information, risks and complications related to laparoscopic colorectal surgery
- Outline the important anatomical considerations to perform safe laparoscopic colectomy (vascular isolations, embryological plans etc.)
- Be familiar with technological innovations related to dissection, visualization and perfusion

Session I: Theoretical Session – Video Based How I Do It? Tips and Tricks
Moderators: Joaquim Costa Pereira (Portugal), Emre Balık (Türkiye)
07:45-08:00 Opening remarks
08:00-08:10 Right hemicolectomy - Medial to lateral
Ahmet Rencüzoğulları (Türkiye)
08:10-08:20 Right hemicolectomy - Bottom to up
Cihangir Akyol (Türkiye)
08:20-08:30 Left flexure mobilization
Tomas Poskus (Lithuania)
08:30-08:40 Left hemicolectomy
Marko Zelic (Croatia)
08:40-08:50 Anterior resection
Joseph Nunoo-Mensah (United Kingdom)
08:50-09:00 Total mesorectal excision
Joaquim Costa Pereira (Portugal)
09:00-09:10 ICG usage in colorectal surgery
Richard Fortunato (United States)
09:10-09:25 Complications and solutions
Emre Balık (Türkiye)
09:25-09:40 Discussion and briefing for wet lab
Session II
09:40-12:30 Wet lap – On pig model: 6 stations with 12 participants
Anterior and low anterior resection on pig model with ICG application
Live Surgery
Moderators: Richard Fortunato (United States), Bülent Erkek (Türkiye)
Surgeons: Emre Balık (Türkiye), Ahmet Rencüzoğulları (Türkiye)
12:30-15:00 Operating theatre 1: CME for right colon cancer
Operating theatre 2: Left colon or rectosigmoid colon cancer
15:00-15:15 Concluding remarks & closure
08:45-13:15 COURSE 4

Advanced Endoscopic Procedures Course - Koç University Hospital and RMK AIMES

Course Organizers: Eui-Gon Youk (Korea), Fatih Aslan (Türkiye)
Course Capacity: 30 Participants
Venue: Koç University Hospital and RMK AIMES

- Understand the indications, contraindicaions, and alternatives for ESD
- Classify the lesion based on morphologic findings using the classification systems
- Interpret the surface structural patterns and vessel patterns based on image-enhanced endoscopy classification systems to recognize the lesion borders and predict the invasion depth
- Develop a strategy for the ESD procedure based on the direction of gravity, orientation of the lesion to the endoscope
- Recognition, prevention, and management of adverse events

08:45-09:00 Opening remarks
09:00-09:20 Evaluation of lesions and chromoendoscopy
Fevzi Cengiz (Türkiye)
09:20-10:00 Indications of endoscopic resections and techniques, EMR, precut EMR, Hybrid ESD, ESD
 Eui Gon Youk (Korea)
10:00-10:30 Coffee Break
10:30-10:50 Do we need endoscopic ultranography (EUS) before resection?
İlker Özgür (Türkiye)
10:50-11:10 Role of radiology in the evaluation of early stage colorectal tumors
Bengi Gürses (Türkiye)
11:10-11:30 The management of adverse events in endoscopic submucosal dissection (ESD)
Tahsin Dalgıç (Türkiye)
11:30-12:00 Coffee Break
12:00-13:00 Video cases in colorectal ESD
Fatih Aslan (Türkiye)
13:00-13:15 Concluding remarks & closure
08:45-13:00 COURSE 5 Ostomy Creation & Complications Course - Congress Venue Wyndham Grand Istanbul Levent

Course Organizers: Ricardo Escalante (Venezuela), Sezai Leventoğlu (Türkiye)
Venue: Congress Venue Wyndham Grand Istanbul Levent

Stoma is one of the most life changing events for patients and it is the biggest disappointment. In this case, any problem that may arise with a stoma can increase the patient's anxiety, stress, and dissatisfaction. On the contrary, a well-planned system from the creation of the stoma to its care and rehabilitation can improve the quality of life by enabling the patient to experience the comfort of the stoma like a natural defecation opening such as the anus. This session was built to better arm surgical teams with resources to help individuals with stoma live a high-quality life even in the most challenging situations.  From preoperative planning, creation of a peroperative stoma to the management of early and late postoperative complications, this session aims to provide surgeons, nurses, with pragmatic, ready-to-use advice on helping individuals with stoma. 

“Creating a stoma is a surgical art.
The artist who beautifies this art is the colorectal surgeon and stomatherapist.”  

- Detail specifics and clinical benefits of stoma site marking and pre-operative education.
- Discuss select technical considerations of stoma creation.
- Describe post-operative stoma care.
- Detail select stoma-related complications and treatment.
- At the end of this session, participants should be able to learn and contribute to changing their personal practice.

08:45-09:00 Opening remarks
09:00-09:15 Establishment of a stomatherapy center and certification… What is required, is it difficult?
Laurent Chabal (Switzerland)
09:15-09:30 Preoperative marking of stoma site… ease of application
Deniz Harputlu (Türkiye)
09:30-09:45 Peroperative stoma opening strategies… Good creating, high comfort
Aras Emre Canda (Türkiye)
09:45-10:00 Stoma closure tricks, details… When and how to turn it off
Neriman Şengül (Türkiye)
10:00-10:15 Early stomal complications… If only they didn't exist
Eduardo Londono-Schimmer (Colombia)
Peristomal complications
... the nightmare of the surgeon, stomatherapist, and especially the patient
10:15-10:30 Parastomal hernia
Ricardo Escalante (Venezuela)
10:30-10:45 Stenosis, prolapse, necrosis, fistula
Yogesh Palshektar (India)
10:45-11:00 Ostomy complications in Crohn's Disease
Eloy Espin Basany (Spain)
11:00-11:20 Q & A, Coffee Break
11:20-11:35 Virtual or diverting ileostomy in restorative proctocolectomy with IPAA for FAP/CIBD… to be or not to be
Gabriela Möslein (Germany)
11:35-11:50 Management of complicated ostomy dehiscence…
Erman Aytaç (Türkiye)
11:50-12:05 Permanent stoma vs. LARS… Which one does the patient accept?
Keiji Koda (Japan)
12:05-12:20 Stoma management; approach to psychosocial problems and quality of life… It shouldn't just be seen as an ostomy
Susan Stelton (United States)
12:20-12:35 Colostomy irrigation… as if I had no stoma
Ayişe Karadağ (Türkiye)
12:35-12:50 High output stoma management… things to know
Tahsin Çolak (Türkiye)
12:50-13:00 Q & A, Concluding remarks & closure
09:00-13:00 COURSE 6

The Importance of Nutrition in Colorectal Surgery
- Congress Venue Wyndham Grand Istanbul Levent

Course Organizer: Selman Sökmen (Türkiye), Osman Abbasoğlu (Türkiye)
Venue: Congress Venue Wyndham Grand Istanbul Levent

Surgery is the mainstay treatment for patients with colorectal cancers. However, despite surgical resection with curative intent and numerous advances in the effectiveness of (neo-)adjuvant therapies, recurrent and metastatic disease remain common and carry a high-risk of mortality. The biological perturbations that accompany the surgical stress response and activation of neural, inflammatory, and pro-angiogenic signaling pathways which also promote the growth and metastatic spread of cancer. In addition, three important domains strikingly affect the perioperative morbidity and mortality and final oncologic outcomes: co-morbidities, nutrition, and (domino-)complications. It is shown that many perioperative programmed interventions such as nutritional support, prehabilitation, ERAS protocols, and intense care may address these challenges and improve outcomes particularly in advanced colorectal and pelvic surgery. In this course, we outline the rationale and use the current evidence in nutritional science to achieve survival benefit and decrease surgical morbidity and mortality.

Learning Objectives:
- To define the extent of malnutrition in colorectal surgery
- To determine the prognostic impact of nutrition in colorectal cancer surgery
- Inflammation-Nutrition-Oncologic outcome analysis
- The effect of enteral immunonutrition: ‘unfinished saga’
- The role of nutritional management in difficult colorectal problems: radiation enteritis and enterocutaneous fistula
- Nutritional facts in complex colorectal surgery
- How the Int’l guidelines guide us in colorectal surgery?

09:00-09:10 Opening remarks
Selman Sokmen (Türkiye)
09:10-09:25 Managing surgical stress: Principles and practice
Erman Aytaç (Türkiye)
09:25-09:40 How to improve surgical and oncological outcomes in colorectal cancer: ERAS, sarcopenia and probiotics
In Kyu Lee (Korea)
09:40-09:55 Effect of enteral immunonutrition in patients undergoing colorectal cancer surgery: An update
Tahsin Çolak (Türkiye)
09:55-10:05 Q & A
10:05-10:20 Nutritional treatment strategies in cancer patients: What is the evidence?
Timuçin Erol (Türkiye)
10:20-10:35 Inflammation-based prognostic indicators in rectal cancer patients
Berke Manoğlu (Türkiye)
10:35-10:50 Nutritional awareness optimize outcomes in cytoreduction and hyperthermic intraperitoneal chemotherapy
Selman Sökmen (Türkiye)
10:50-11:00 Q & A
11:00-11:15 Coffee break
11:15-11:30 Art of nutrition in closure of gastrointestinal fistula
Berke Manoğlu (Türkiye)
11:30-11:45 Perioperative nutrition in colorectal surgery: International guidelines
Osman Abbasoğlu (Türkiye)
11:45-12:00 Radiation enteritis: Role of nutritional treatment
Cihangir Akyol (Türkiye)
12:00-12:15 Prehabilitation in colorectal surgery
Marko Zelic (Croatia)
12:15-12:50 Q & A session with experts and a case presentation
12:50-13:00 Closing remarks
Osman Abbasoğlu (Türkiye)
Zeugma Hall
13:00-14:45 Core Subjects Update
Moderators: Hugo Cuellar (Mexico), Uğur Sungurtekin (Türkiye)
13:00-13:15 Impact of new anticoagulants in daily surgical practice
Fidel Touma (Australia)
13:15-13:30 Hereditary colorectal cancer
Gabriela Möslein (Germany)
13:30-13:45 Peritoneal carcinomatosis of colorectal origin
Selman Sökmen (Türkiye)
13:45-14:00 Rectovaginal fistula
Pradeep Sharma (India)
14:00-14:15 Prevention and treatment of stoma complications
Ricardo Escalante (Venezuela)
14:15-14:30 ERAS, nutrition, prehibilitation
Marko Zelic (Croatia)
14:30-14:45 Q & A
14:45-15:00 Coffee Break & Exhibition
15:00-17:15 Societies Joint Session
Moderators: Kotaro Maeda (Japan), Ethem Geçim (Türkiye)
15:00-15:15 American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons (ASCRS)
Colon and rectal surgery in the U.S. : Striving for excellence since 1899
Thomas Read (United States)
15:15-15:30 Latin American Association of Coloproctology (ALACP)
Burn-out in colorectal surgeons: Its effects and consequences
Eduardo Londono-Schimmer (Colombia)
15:30-15:45 European Society of Coloproctology (ESCP)
The comeback of oral antibiotics in colon surgery
Eloy Espin Basany (Spain)
15:45-16:00 Chinese Society of Anorectal Surgeons (CSARS)
Advantages of laparoscopic trans-rectal specimen extraction surgery for colorectal cancer
Chuan-Gang Fu (China) ► Online
16:00-16:15 Korean Society of Coloproctology (KSCP)
What is the effect of COVID-19 for colorectal patient management?
Woo Yong Lee (Korea)
16:15-16:30 Association of Colon & Rectal Surgeons of India (ACRSI)
Pilonidal sinus treatment: Evidence and evolution
Nisar Chowdri (India)
16:30-16:45 Asia Pacific Federation of Coloproctology (APFCP)
Precision medicine through liquid biopsy of circulating cancer cells
Jeng-Kai Jiang (Taiwan) ► Online
16:45-17:00 The Japan Society of Coloproctology (JSCP)
Is resection of the primary tumor recommended for patients with unresectable distant metastases?
Yojiro Hashiguchi (Japan) ► Online
17:00-17:15 Turkish Society of Colon and Rectal Surgery (TSCRS)
Vascular variations of the colon and implications for mesocolic surgery
Ayhan Kuzu (Türkiye)
17:15-17:45 Harry E. Bacon Oration
Introduction by Francis Seow-Choen (Singapore), Philip F. Caushaj (United States)
Sustainability in the operating room
Dursun Buğra (Türkiye)
18:00-18:30 Opening Ceremony
Emre Balık, Secretary of 31st Biennial Congress of ISUCRS
Ayişe Karadağ, Convenor of 1st ISUCRS Joint Nursing Congress
Dursun Buğra, Convenor of 31st Biennial Congress of ISUCRS
Narimantas Samalavicius, President of ISURCS
Mehmet Muş, Republic of Türkiye Minister of Trade
19:00-21:00 Welcome Drinks & Selected Posters Visit
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Friday October 28th, 2022 / Day 2
Aspendos Hall Ephesus Hall
07:00-08:00 Meet the Professors Breakfast Free Paper Session 1 (Basic Science and Education)
Gurban Muslomov (Azerbaijan), Jun Won Um (Korea)
  Ventral mesh rectopexy vs. posterior suture rectopexy. Do we have enough data to choose one over another?
Liliana Bordeianou (United States)
* Click to see the list of abstracts
  The long way from APR to sphincter saving surgery to watch and wait
Thomas Read (United States)
  From open to laparoscopic to robotic - The long way of colorectal surgeon
Francis Seow-Choen (Singapore)
  Difficulties during proctologic procedures
Carlo Ratto (Italy)
  The role of radiologist in colorectal surgery practice
Gina Brown (United Kingdom)
Zeugma Hall Ephesus Hall
08:00-10:00 Colon Cancer
Francisco Abarca (Equador), Selman Sökmen (Türkiye)
Pelvic Floor
Paul Antoine Lehur (France), Neriman Şengül (Türkiye)
08:00-08:15 Surgical management of colorectal cancer: Game over?
Pascal Gervaz (Switzerland)
New technologies for the evaluation of pelvic floor diseases
Gonzalo Federico Hagerman (Mexico)
08:15-08:30 Neoadjuvant treatment: New trials - New hopes
Mehmet Ali Şendur (Türkiye)
Compartment related prolapse treatment
The role of urologist and gynecologist
Serdar Aydın (Türkiye)
08:30-08:45 Evidence based update on CME & central vascular ligation
Hermann Kessler (United States)
Abdominal procedures for rectal prolapse
Yogesh Palshetkar (India)
08:45-09:00 Open vs laparoscopic vs robotic surgery: Does it matter?
Nitin Mishra (United States)
Perineal procedures for rectal prolapse
Antonio Longo (Italy)
09:00-09:15 The role of pathologist and surgeon on lymph node yield
12 LN still acceptable or time to change?
Philip Quirke (United Kingdom)
How to deal with failed multi-compartment surgery?
Paul Antoine Lehur (France)
09:15-09:30 New horizons in colon cancer management?
(Immunotherapy, liquid biopsy and next generation sequence)
Sevil Bavbek (Türkiye)
Nightmares of surgeons: Solitary rectal ulcer & dyssynergia
Türker Bulut (Türkiye)
09:30-10:00 Q & A Q & A
10:00-10:30 Coffee Break & Exhibition
10:30-12:30 Rectal Cancer
Suk Hwan Lee (Korea), Julio Garcia Aguilar (United States)
Colorectal Emergencies
Khalid Madbouly (Egypt), Mehmet Füzün (Türkiye)
10:30-10:45 Staging in rectal cancer, with which modality?
Gina Brown (United Kingdom)
Diverticulitis - Anything new in the algorithms
Leonardo A. Bustamante-Lopez (United States)
10:45-11:00 Who needs adjuvant chemotherapy necessarily after neoadjuvant treatment? - New Horizons: The role of only chemotherapy as neoadjuvant therapy
Şuayip Yalçın (Türkiye)
How to manage colorectal cancer emergencies?
(Obstruction and perforation)
Audrius Dulskas (Lithuania)
11:00-11:15 Radiation: To all tumors or selectively?
If yes, short or long course?
Uğur Selek (Türkiye)
How to deal with colorectal anastomotic leakage?
Jean Jacques Tuech (France)
11:15-11:30 Sphincter saving strategies for rectal cancer
Evangelos Xynos (Greece)
Infectious colitis (C. difficile)
Erman Aytaç (Türkiye)
11:30-11:45 How can we decide about clinical complete response?
(W & W policy & regrowth & medicolegal issues: Informed consent)
David Larson (United States)
How to deal with lower GI bleeding?
Sümer Yamaner (Türkiye)
11:45-12:00 Is there any role for local excision after total and partial clinical response?
Liliana Bordeianou (United States)
Colonoscopic complications and management
Varut Lohsiriwat (Thailand)
12:00-12:30 Q & A Q & A
12:30-13:00 The Jae Gab Park for Outstanding Contribution to Colon and Rectal Surgery Award
Introduction by Jun Won Um (Korea)
My journey with anal fistula – Lessons learnt
Parvez Sheikh (India)
13:00-14:00 Lunch & Posters & Exhibition
13:45-14:00 Coffee Talk
Innovative Products in Colorectal Surgery
Ahmet Rencüzoğulları (Türkiye)

14:00-14:30 Excellence in Clinical Research Fumio Konishi Award
Introduction by Keiji Koda (Japan)
The evolution of neoadjuvant therapy in rectal cancer
Julio Garcia Aguilar (United States)
14:30-15:00 Angelita Habr - Gama Pioneer in Colorectal Surgery Award
Introduction by Gina Brown (United Kingdom)
The impact of genetic testing on surgical decision-making
Gabriela Möslein (Germany)
15:00-16:15 TSCRS Joint Session - Rectal Cancer, Video Presentations
Abdullah Zorluoğlu (Türkiye), Ayhan Kuzu (Türkiye)
Free Paper Session 2 (Neoplasia)
Richard Fortunato (United States), Tahsin Çolak (Türkiye)
15:00-15:10 Transanal minimally invasive surgery
Aras Emre Canda (Türkiye)
* Click to see the list of abstracts
15:10-15:20 Laparoscopic TME
Ayhan Kuzu (Türkiye)
15:20-15:30 Robotic TME
İsmail Hamzaoğlu (Türkiye)
15:30-15:40 Intersphincteric resection
Mustafa Öncel (Türkiye)
15:40-15:50 Extralevator abdominoperineal resection
Cem Terzi (Türkiye)
15:50-16:15 Q & A
16:15-16:30 Coffee Break & Exhibition
16:30-17:00 Diversity problems - Women in colorectal surgery
A Global Conversation About Women in Colorectal Surgery
While circumstances vary around the world, female surgeons encounter challenges in colorectal surgery. In a panel format, surgeons from three regions of the world will discuss the status of women in colorectal surgery and the opportunities and barriers they encounter.
Ann Lowry (United States), Gabriela Möslein (Germany), Ayça Gültekin (Türkiye)
17:00-18:15 Selected Video Session
Audrius Dulskas (Lithuania), Bilgi Baca (Türkiye)
Free Paper Session 3 (Benign)
Soon Sup Chung (Korea), Feza Karakayalı (Türkiye)
* Click to see selected video presentations * Click to see the list of abstracts
20:00 Congress Dinner
Saturday October 29th, 2022 / Day 3
Aspendos Hall Ephesus Hall
07:00-08:00 Meet the Professors Breakfast
Free Paper Session 4 (Neoplasia)
Aynur Safiyeva (Azerbaijan), Mahir Özmen (Türkiye)
  Rectal cancer
Eric Dozois (United States)
* Click to see the list of abstracts
  Dilemmas and debates in hemorrhoid disease
Antonio Longo (Italy)
  Lessons learned in complex colorectal surgery that translates to life
Feza Remzi (United States)
  Low anterior resection syndrome
Keiji Koda (Japan)
  The role of artificial intelligence and new technologies in surgical practice
Ho Kyung Chun (Korea)

Zeugma Hall Ephesus Hall
07:30-08:30 ISUCRS General Assembly
08:30-09:45 New Frontiers in Technology
Ho Kyung Chun (Korea), Adil Baykan (Türkiye)
Inflammatory Bowel Disease
Feza Remzi (United States), Bülent Erkek (Türkiye)
08:30-08:45 da Vinci & other robotic platforms
Narimantas Samalavicius (Lithuania)
Controversies of elective surgery for UC
Joseph Nunoo-Mensah (United Kingdom)
08:45-09:00 3D technology in colorectal surgery
Emre Balık (Türkiye)
Principles of elective surgery for GI Crohn’s disease
Enio Oliveira (Brazil)
09:00-09:15 ICG in colorectal practice
Eric Dozois (United States)
Anastomotic leak - failed pouch, reoperations
Feza Remzi (United States)
09:15-09:30 Artificial intelligence and big data in surgery
Richard Fortunato (United States)
Management of colorectal cancer in IBD patients
Jean Jacques Tuech (France)
09:30-09:45 Q & A Q & A
09:45-11:00 Proctology Session 1 - Hemorrhoids
Shekhar Suradkar (India), Tunç Yaltı (Türkiye)
KSCP Joint Session
Woo Yong Lee (Korea)
09:45-10:00 Office procedures
Tunç Yaltı (Türkiye)
Quality of life after sphincter preservation surgery or abdominoperineal resection for low rectal cancer (ASPIRE): A long-term prospective, multicentre, cohort study
Sung Bum Kang (Korea)
10:00-10:15 Options for surgical treatment
Ricardo Escalante (Venezuela)
Nomogram for predicting the risk of lymph node metastasis in T1 colorectal cancer
Kyung Su Han (Korea)
10:15-10:30 Preop and perop tricks: Bowel prep, antibiotics, local anesthesia, position, proctoscopy, intraanal gause
Pravin Gupta (India)
Promising biomarkers of mCRC
Ki Beom Bae (Korea)
10:30-10:45 Complications of hemorrhoid surgery: Stricture, bleeding, recurrence, non-healing wound, incontinence, anal sepsis
Bülent Menteş (Türkiye)
Microbiota changes in colorectal cancer surgery
In Kyu Lee (Korea)
10:45-11:00 Q & A Q & A
11:00-11:30 Muto Oration
Introduction by Kotaro Maeda (Japan)
The benefits of technical and perioperative innovation
David Larson (United States)
11:30-11:45 Coffee Break & Exhibition
11:45-13:15 Proctology Session 2 - Anal Fistula
Rashidul Islam (Bangladesh), Cihangir Akyol (Türkiye)
Consultant Corner - Case Discussions on Colon and Rectal Cancer
Ismail Gögenur (Denmark), Joseph Nunoo-Mensah (United Kingdom)
11:45-12:00 Classification: Do we need a new mapping strategy?
Imaging: US - MRI: When & to whom?
Rakesh Kumar Gupta (Nepal)
Philippe Rouanet (France)
Julio Garcia Aguilar (United States)
Francis Seow-Choen (Singapore)
Gina Brown (United Kingdom)
Ethem Geçim (Türkiye)
Eric Dozois (United States)
Liliana Bordeianou (United States)
Philip Quirke (United Kingdom)
Sevil Bavbek (Türkiye)
Uğur Selek (Türkiye)
12:00-12:15 Classic is better: Fistulotomy, fistulotomy and primary repair, advanced flaps, seton
Niranjan Agarwal (India)
12:15-12:30 VAAFT & LAFT & LIFT
Kushal Mital (India)
12:30-12:45 Plugs, glues, paste, stem cell
Adam Dziki (Poland)
12:45-13:00 Crohn’s fistula
Dieter Hahnloser (Switzerland)
13:00-13:15 Q & A
13:15-14:00 Lunch & Posters & Exhibition
14:00-15:00 Consultant Corner - Case Discussions On Proctology
Carlo Ratto (Italy), Sezai Leventoğlu (Türkiye)
14:00-16:00 How I Do It?
Goran Barisic (Serbia), Mustafa Öncel (Türkiye)
Tunç Yaltı (Türkiye)
Parvez Sheikh (India)
Richard Fortunato (United States)
Ricardo Escalante (Venezuela)
Antonio Longo (Italy)
Lindita Shosha (Albania)
14:00-14:10 CME for right colon cancer
Ismail Gögenur (Denmark)
14:10-14:20 CME for left colon cancer
Petr Tsarkov (Russia)
14:20-14:30 ESD for colorectal lesions
Fatih Aslan (Türkiye)
14:30-14:40 Robotic ventral mesh rectopexy
Laurent Bresler (France)
14:40-14:50 Mixed muco-cutaneous flap for anal fissure
Mohammad Reza Keramati (Iran)
14:50-15:00 Flap repair for pilonidal disease
Tahsin Çolak (Türkiye)
15:00-16:15 ESCP Joint Session - Incontinence
Moderator: Klaus Matzel (Germany)
15:00-15:10 Comprehensive testing of colorectal anastomosis
Tomas Poskus (Lithuania)
15:00-15:15 Incontinence pathophysiology & diagnosis
Emma Carrington (United Kingdom)
15:10-15:20 PIPAC and the benefits
Mehrdad Bohlooli (Iran)
15:15-15:30 Sphincter repair: Still first line treatment?
Paul Antoine Lehur (France)
15:20-15:30 Component separation technique for complex ventral hernia
Ahmet Rencüzoğulları (Türkiye)
15:30-15:45 Tibial nerve & sacral nerve stimulation, biofeedback
Klaus Matzel (Germany)
15:30-16:00 Discussion
15:45-16:00 Recurrent incontinence after surgery
Carlo Ratto (Italy)
16:00-16:15 Q & A
16:15-16:45 Coffee Break & Exhibition
16:15-16:45 Coffee Talk
Updates on SNM for fecal incontinence
Klaus E. Matzel (Germany)

16:45-17:15 Philip F. Caushaj Excellency in Teaching Award
Introduction by Narimantas Samalavicius (Lithuania)
If you think you should be thinking, think again!
Richard Fortunato (United States)
17:15-17:45 ISUCRS Presidential Lecture
Introduction by Joseph Nunoo Mensah (United Kingdom)
Narimantas Samalavicius (Lithuania)
17:45-18:15 Closing Ceremony - Awards distribution, ISUCRS

The meeting halls of the scientific program of ISUCRS 2022 are named after the ancient cities of Zeugma and Ephesus. Please visit About Türkiye page for detailed information about Zeugma and Ephesus.