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					      Final Program




     ESE 2010
25.-27. November 2010 in
    Frankfurt am Main
Thursday      Friday      Friday       Saturday

Room4+5       Room4+5 Room 3        Room4+5
8:30-16:00    8:30-11:30 8:30-11:30 8:30-12:00
              Sessions: Sessions: Sessions:
GI-Function
Course
              Benign      Free paper Cancer II
              Disease

              Cancer I    Satelitte  Cancer III
                          Symposium
                          New Tech
              13:30-      13:00-
              19:00       19:00
17:00         GERD I      Free paper
Opening
ESE2010
17:00-19:00
Key-Note      GERD II     Free paper
lectures

              Barrett`s
19:00
ESE-
Reception
Thursday, 25.11.2010

08.30 – 16.00 Room 4+5

20th anniversary
Course on GI-Function Diagnostics
(language in working groups: English and Deutsch)

Introduction
KH Fuchs

Moderators: TR DeMeester, KH Fuchs

Standard Esophageal Manometry
SM Freys

High Resolution Manometry
R Sweis, UK

pH- and Impedance Monitoring
W Breithaupt

Bilirubin Monitoring
M Fein



Workshop Sessions and Examples from Clincal Practice:
W Breithaupt, M Fein, SM Freys, I Hammer, HJ Kühl, T Krivaja, S
Steinmetz, G Varga

Inbetween Lunch Break

Closing 16.00
Thursday, 25.11.2010

17.00 – 19.00 room 4+5

Opening Session ESE 2010

Welcome and Opening
KH Fuchs

Welcome address
A Hölscher

Key Note Lectures in Esophageal Diseases
Chairmen: A.Hölscher, A Dignass, KH Fuchs
Achievements in Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease
TR DeMeester, Los Angeles

Advances in Molecular Biology: the Benefits in Esophageal Disease
J Van Lanschot, Rotterdam

Achievements in Cancer Treatment
T Lerut, Leuven

Endoluminal and transluminal Endoscopic NOTES-Access and
Procedures in the Esophagus
A Fritscher-Ravens, Kiel




19.00 room 1+2

ESE Reception in the Exhibition Area
Friday, 26.11.2010

08.00 – 09.30
Session: Controversies in Benign Disease
Chairmen: J Tack, P Siersema
Management of Zenker`s Diverticulum: Endoscopic Therapy
B Schumacher, Düsseldorf

Management of Zenker`s Diverticulum: Surgical Therapy
JM Collard, Brussels



Management of benign Stenoses: Dilatation, Bouginage
M Müller, T Wehrmann Wiesbaden

Management of benign Stenoses: Stents
Siersema P, Utrecht



Management of Achalasia: Endoscopic Therapy
J Tack, Leuven

Management of Achalasia: Laparoscopic Myotomy
G Zaninotto, Venice




Management of Diffuse Esophageal Spasm
W Breithaupt, Frankfurt



09.30 – 10.00 Coffee Break
Friday, 26.11.2010

10.00 – 11.30 room 4+5

Session: Cancer Diagnostics and Staging
Chairmen: W Bechstein, E Ancona
News from the Pathologist
C Wittekind, Leipzig

Improvements in Endoscopy and Endosonography
Von Renteln, T Rösch, Hamburg

PET-CT in Staging Esophageal Cancer
Nafteux P, Leuven

PET in Staging Response after Therapy
M van Berge Henegouwen, Amsterdam

Patient Selection for Surgery
E Bollschweiler, Cologne

Management of esophageal leaks
Griffin SM, UK



11.30-13.30 Lunch Break and visit of Exhibition Area
Session: 10:00 – 11:30
Room 3

Advances in New Technology Symposium



LINX – Antireflux Device

The disease and the device
TR DeMeester, Los Angeles

Early experience and first Study Results
L Bonavina, Milano

Very early experience
KH Fuchs, Frankfurt



POEM: The transesophageal approach to Achalasia

Principles and early results of POEM
D van Rentelen, T Rösch, Hamburg
Friday, 26.11.2010

13.30 – 15.00 room 4+5
Session GERD I
Chairmen: M Pera, P Funch-Jensen

Characteristics of GERD- Patients on their path through Health Care
Siersema P, Utrecht

Advances in Diagnostics
G Varga, Pecs Hungary

Perspectives of Medical Therapy
J Tack, Leuven

Surgical versus Medical therapy
L Lundell, Stockholm

The issue of Chronic Cough, Laryngitis and Hoarseness
P Kardos , Frankfurt

Eosinophilic Esophagitis
A Straumann, Switzerland




15.00 – 15.30 Coffee Break and visit in Exhibition Area
Friday, 26.11.2010

15.30 – 17.00 room 4+5

Session GERD II
Chairmen: L Lundell, JM Collard

Innovations in Antireflux Therapy
R Rosati, Milano

Evidence around laparoscopic Fundoplication
P Funch-Jensen, Aarhus

The Mesh-issue
R Pointner , Zell am See

Augmentation of the gastroesophageal junction with a scarf
H Feussner, Munich

The Short Esophagus
S Mattioli, Bologna

Redo- Surgery in GERD
KH Fuchs, Frankfurt




17.00 – 17.30 Coffee Break and visit Exhibition Area
Friday, 26.11.2010

17.30 – 19.00 room 4+5

Session: Barrett Esophagus including BARRX-
Symposium
Chairmen: G Zaninotto, TR DeMeester
What Markers of Progression do we have for decision making ?
M Pera, Barcelona

Barrett Registries
G Zaninotto, Venice

Can we influence the Progression of Barrett Esophagus by Therapy ?
C Gutschow, Cologne

Barrett Ablation: Current Controversies and Rules
R Pouw, Amsterdam

Experience with the BARRX system
H Neuhaus, Düsseldorf

Trial for diagnosis and BARRX Therapy on Barrett`esophagus
M Riegler, Vienna
Saturday, 27.11.2010

8.00 – 9.30 room 4+5
Session: Cancer II
Controversies in Cancer Management
Chairmen: J van Lanschot, T Walsh

Endoscopic Resection versus Surgery

C Ell, Wiesbaden
A Hölscher, Cologne


Definitive Radiochemotherapy versus Neoadjuvant Therapy and Surgery

D Schulz-Ertner, Frankfurt
T Walsh, Dublin


Neoadjuvant Radiochemotherapy versus Neoadjuvant Chemotherapy

B Wijnhoven, Rotterdam
F Lordick, Braunschweig




09.30 – 10.00 Coffee Break
Saturday, 27.11.2010

10.00 – 12.15 Session Cancer III
Therapeutic Techniques in Cancer
Chairmen: T Lerut, A Hölscher

Upper Third Cancer Management
OP Horvath, Pecs

How much Lymphadenectomy is necessary ?
A Hölscher, Cologne

The en-bloc dissection
A Nisar, Maidstone UK

Minimally invasive Conditioning of the gastric tube
W Schröder, Cologne

Minimally invasive Esophagectomy
G Decker, Luxembourg

The role of Robotics
R Van Hillegersberg, NL



Around 12.15 Closing

				
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