In this session our panelists will discuss: – Optimal induction-based therapy in Stage 3 pancreatic adenocarcinoma – Optimal pre-operative planning for patients undergoing IRE technique – Optimal intra-operative IRE technique in pancreatic adenocarcinoma
Director of Division of Surgical Oncology University of Louisville
Robert C. G. Martin, II, M.D. PhD, is The Sam and Lolita Weakley Endowed Chair in Surgical Oncology, The Director of the Division of Surgical Oncology, faculty member of the James Graham Brown Cancer Center, and a Professor in the Department of Surgery. He was appointed to the University of Louisville in 2002 as an Assistant Professor and achieved Professor of Surgery in 2011. Dr. Martin received his M.D. from the University of Louisville School of Medicine (1995), his surgical oncology training and hepato-pancreatico-biliary training from Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center (2002), and his PhD from the Department of Pharmacology and Toxiciology (2008) at the University of Louisville School of Medicine. Dr. Martin’s clinical interests are focused on the multi-disciplinary care and surgical management of patients with upper GI malignancies, including esophageal, gastric, duodenal, liver, biliary, and pancreatic cancers.
This webinar will address common and advanced pediatric airway pathology. There will be a focus on video demonstration of advanced surgical endoscopic management of pediatric airway pathology ranging from laryngomalacia to type 3 laryngeal clefts.
Vikash K. Modi, MD, is an Associate Professor and the Chief of Pediatric Otolaryngology – Head & Neck Surgery at New York Presbyterian Hospital- Weill Cornell Medical Center. After receiving his medical degree from the Rutgers Medical School, Dr. Modi completed his residency in Otolaryngology at the University of Southern California – Keck School of Medicine. Following residency, Dr. Modi completed a Pediatric Otolaryngology fellowship at Northwestern University – Children’s Memorial Hospital. He founded the Cornell Aerodigestive Center and has one of the largest series of endoscopic posterior cricoid split with rib grafting (presented at ESPO). He also has presented his work on endoscopic repair of laryngeal clefts at ASPO and CEORL. He has been inducted as a Fellow, into the prestigious Triological Society for his thesis paper on airway balloon dilation and currently serves as a Section Editor-Video Editor of The Laryngoscope and is known for his surgical endoscopic airway videos.
This webinar will address factors relative to case selection and various tips and tricks that will help simplify trans-oral approaches to mandibular fractures. The presenter will make use of clinical photos and video and will allow an opportunity to answer questions.
Dr. Jose Marchena obtained his dental degree magna cum laude from Harvard School of Dental Medicine and his medical degree from Harvard Medical School. He completed internships in oral and maxillofacial surgery and general surgery at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston and his residency training at Louisiana State University Medical Center in New Orleans. Dr. Marchena is an associate professor of oral and maxillofacial surgery at the University of Texas Health Science Center in Houston. He also serves as chief of oral and maxillofacial surgery at Ben Taub Hospital in Houston and as vice president of Smile Bangladesh, a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing cleft lip and palate repair operations in rural Bangladesh.
Attendees will hear from an expert panel on the presentation, work-up, and management of congenital cystic lesions of the head and neck in the pediatric patient. Surgical techniques for excision of cystic lesions will be described in detail including anatomical landmarks, surgical pearls, and common pitfalls. We will also discuss novel surgical approaches, such as minimally invasive techniques.
In this webinar we will cover the basic steps of lateral temporal bone resection for cancers involving the ear canal. Attendees will be able to ask questions about the preparation and procedure along with the potential risks and complications it may present.
Dr. Vyas Prasad and Dr. Marc Remacle, editors of the recent publication Advances in Neurolaryngology, are joined by their expert colleagues Dr. Julie van Lith and Dr. Ramon Franco to review topics closely related to those they have written about. The panel will explore these concepts and extend the discussion further to connect the theories and ideas to the viewers real life experience. Some of the discussion points will include Vocal Fold immobility options; potential complications of laryngeal surgery and how to avoid them; COVID cases on aspiration; and Laryngotracheal reconstruction.
Macular hole is a disease that causes sudden, painless, central vision loss due to a separation of the tissues in the center of the retina. Pars Plana Vitrectomy and Internal Limiting Membrane Peel with gas injection is the standard surgery performed for the repair of macular holes.
Surgery for congenital cholesteatoma is challenging in a narrow pediatric middle ear, notably when the congenital cholesteatoma fills the whole tympanic cavity.
In this webinar, I will show a movie that details the various stages of the surgery, from removal to reconstruction.
We will discuss how to separate the cholesteatoma from the tympanic membrane, how to decrease the volume of the cholesteatoma to remove it safely, how to identify the stapes safely. I will also present the consensus statement of the IPOG experts group concerning this surgery.