Refresher Courses: Abdominal and Gastrointestinal

RC 2001 - Advanced colon cancer: the beginning or the end?

March 5, 14:00 - 15:00 CET

RC 2001-1
5 min
Chairperson's introduction
Max J. Lahaye, Amsterdam / Netherlands
RC 2001-2
15 min
What does a clinician want to know in advanced colorectal cancer? A colorectal surgeon's view
1. To become familiar with new developments in treatment options for colon cancer.
2. To learn about the cytoreductive surgery in colorectal patients with peritoneal metastases.
3. To learn about what a surgeon wants to know before going to surgery in colorectal cancer patients.
RC 2001-3
15 min
Strengths and limitations of CT in advanced colorectal cancer
Andrea Laghi, Rome / Italy
1. To understand the role of CT in the diagnostic workup of advanced colorectal cancer patients.
2. To recognise important clinically relevant CT features in colon cancer.
3. To discuss the strengths and limitations of CT for advanced colorectal cancer patients.
RC 2001-4
15 min
Strengths and limitations of MRI in advanced colorectal cancer
Vincent Vandecaveye, Leuven / Belgium
1. To become familiar with a dedicated MRI protocol for advanced colorectal cancer patients.
2. To recognise important clinically relevant MRI features in colon cancer.
3. To discuss the strengths and limitations of MRI for advanced colorectal cancer patients.
RC 2001-5
10 min
Panel discussion: Case-based

Moderators

Moderator

Max Lahaye

Amsterdam, Netherlands

Speakers

Presenter

Max Lahaye

Amsterdam, Netherlands

Presenter

Andrea Laghi

Roma, Italy

Presenter

Vincent Vandecaveye

Eliksem, Belgium