Jerome D. Waye, New York, USA

Presidential Lecture

“How realistic is the global elimination of colorectal cancer?”

Meeting Room A

Internists & General Practitioners

Approach to abdominal pain
Prof. Nageshwar Reddy, Hyderabad, India

Dysphagia diagnosis and management
Prof. Horst Neuhaus, Düsseldorf, Germany

Recognition and diagnosis of GERD
Prof. Prateek Sharma, Kansas City, USA

Barrett’s esophagus and esophageal cancer
Prof. Jacques Bergman, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Approach to nausea and vomiting
Prof. Kai Matthes, Boston, USA

Considerations in the dyspeptic patient
Prof. Stefan Seewald, Zurich, Switzerland

Gastroenterologists’ approach to anemia
Prof. Dimitri Coumaros, Strasbourg, France

Gastric cancer
Prof. Haruhiro Inoue, Tokyo, Japan

PEG (J) Tube Feeding
Prof. Dimitri Coumaros, Strasbourg, France

Obstructive jaundice: Diagnosis and management
Prof. Stavros Stavropoulos, New York, USA

Evaluating hematemesis and melena
Prof. Joseph Sung, Hong Kong, China

Approach to chronic diarrhea
George Triadafilopoulos, Stanford, USA

Inflammatory bowel disease in primary care
Prof. Ralph Kiesslich, Frankfurt, Germany

Colorectal cancer screening
Prof. Brian Saunders, London, UK

Diagnosis and management of constipation
Prof. George Triadafilopoulos, Stanford, USA

Lower gastrointestinal bleeding
Prof. Yutaka Saito, Tokyo, Japan

Meeting Room B

Gastroenterologists

Dysplasia in IBD: Diagnosis & surveillance with advanced endoscopic techniques
Prof. Ralph Kiesslich, Frankfurt, Germany

Recent advances in colorectal polypectomy
Prof. Brian Saunders, London, UK

Histopathology of colon polyps
Prof. Michael Vieth, Bayreuth, Germany

Secondary prevention of colorectal cancer and how to improve adenoma detection rates
Prof. Joseph Sung, Hong Kong, China

Colorectal ESD
Prof. Yutaka Saito, Tokyo, Japan

The PPI-refractory GERD patient
Prof. George Triadafilopoulos, Stanford, USA

How to stage Barrett’s esophagus and cancer
Prof. Prateek Sharma, Kansas City, USA

Role of pathologist in the diagnosis of esophageal dysplasia and cancer
Prof. Michael Vieth, Bayreuth, Germany

HALO treatment of Barrett’s esophagus
Prof. Jacques Bergman, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Endoscopic resection of Barrett’s esophagus
Prof. Stefan Seewald, Zurich, Switzerland

Endoscopic management of upper gastrointestinal bleeding
Prof. Joseph Sung, Hong Kong, China

Diagnosis and treatment of early gastric cancer
Prof. Horst Neuhaus, Düsseldorf, Germany

Evidence-based simulation in interventional endoscopy
Prof. Kai Matthes, Boston, USA

Endoscopic management of perforation
Prof. Dimitri Coumaros, Strasbourg, France

Techniques for difficult colonoscopies, preparation
Prof. Jerome D. Waye, New York, USA

New endoscopic diagnostic techniques for the bile duct
Prof. Horst Neuhaus, Düsseldorf, Germany

Intraluminal therapies for malignant biliary obstruction
Prof. Nageshwar Reddy, Hyderabad, India

STER and EFTR, full thickness endoscopic resection for muscularis-based subepithelial tumors
Prof. Pinghong Zhou, Shanghai, China

From peroral endoscopic myotomy (POEM) to full thickness endoscopic resection techniques: A Western perspective
Prof. Stavros Stavropoulos, New York, USA

Endoscopic management of achalasia and Zenker’s diverticulum
Prof. Haruhiro Inoue, Tokyo, Japan

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