The abdomen and perineum: latest advances in reconstruction, rehabilitation and rejuvenation

Date

Wednesday 16 May 2018
to Thursday 17 May 2018

2 day

Venue Royal Society of Medicine
1 Wimpole Street
LONDON
W1G 0AE
Organised by

Plastic Surgery Section

Accreditation

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about this event

This two day meeting will showcases innovative techniques in abdominal wall and perineal reconstruction. Discuss and debate the controversial area of perineal and vaginal aesthetic and functional rejuvenation.

Guest speakers will cover a range of specialist surgery topics from hernia repair, to cosmetic abdominoplasty, to the anatomy of the abdominal wall and soft tissue.

You will:

  • Be able to demonstrate the importance of multispecialty and multi-professional working to maximise success in dealing with complex perineal defects.
  • Learn how to highlight ongoing controversies in the field, with an aim to develop an expert working group to begin to formulate consensus and take forward over 2018.

bursary places for nurses, students and trainees

The Plastic Surgery Section are offering a limited number of bursary places to attend this meeting for nurses, students and trainees. To apply please send an email to plastic.surgery@rsm.ac.uk detailing why this meeting would benefit you in no more than 200 words with the following information:

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rates

Early bird rates are available until Friday 20 April 2018

RSM members: £60 - £180
Non members: £80 - £180

Standard rates are available from 24 April 2018

RSM members: £100 - £220
Non members: £120 - £300

 

*Following registration you will be contacted appropriately by email with; your booking confirmation, feedback survey and attendance certificate. For full details of the RSM privacy policy, click here. Programme subject to change.

agenda

Wednesday 16 May 2018

8.30 am

Registration, tea and coffee

9.00 am

Introduction and welcome

Mr Ibby Younis, President, Plastic Surgery Section, Royal Society of Medicine

The cosmetic abdomen

9.10 am

Key anatomy of the abdominal wall and soft tissue

Mr David Floyd, Consultant Plastic Surgeon, Wellington Hospital, London

9.30 am

What is cosmetic abdominoplasty? The mini, traditional, extended and lipo - abdominoplasty explained

Mr David Floyd

10.00 am

Rectus diastasis: Which suture and which approach - laparoscopic or open?

Mr Ibby Younis

10.20 am

The importance of the umbilicus: How to keep, improve, move and create

Mr David Floyd

10.40 am

Panel discussion

10.50 am

Tea and coffee break

Hernia and mesh

11.10 am

Managing soft tissue in abdominal wall reconstruction

Mr David Floyd

11.30 am

Anterior and posterior component separation technique for large hernias: The finer points

Mr Johnathan McCullough, Colorectal Surgeon, University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

11.50 am

Synthetic vs biological: Which mesh and when?

Mr Pasquale Giordano, Colorectal Surgeon, Barts Health NHS Trust

12.10 pm

Salvaging infected abdominal wall mesh

Ms Angela Garcia Ruano, Plastic Surgeon, Gregorio Marañón Hospital, Madrid

12.30 pm

Managing the stoma in abdominal wall reconstruction

Mr Chris Chan, Consultant Colorectal Surgeon, Barts Health NHS Trust

12.50 pm

Panel discussion

1.00 pm

Lunch

Section annual general meeting

Massive weight loss

2.00 pm

Bariatric surgery: The importance of understanding the various techniques and consequences

Mr Marco Adamo, Consultant in bariatric and minimally invasive surgery, University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

2.20 pm

Fleu-dy-lis abdominoplasty vs circumferential lower body lift: Which one?

Mr Ibby Younis

2.40 pm

Liposuction of the abdomen and the latest technologies

Professor Ash Mosahebi, Consultant Plastic Surgeon, Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust

3.00 pm

Hernia repair in massive weight loss post-bariatric group

Mr Ibby Younis

3.20 pm

Panel discussion

3.30 pm

Tea and coffee break

Debate and dilemma

3.50 pm

Caesarean section: Trends, techniques and dilemmas

Mr Patrick O'Brien, Consultant Obstetrician, University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

4.10 pm

Discussion: When does a rectus divarication become an abdominal wall reconstruction

Mr David Floyd, Mr Christopher Chan, Mr Patrick O'Brien and Mr Jonathan McCullough

4.30 pm

Case presentations

5.00 pm

Close of meeting

Thursday 17 May 2018

8.30 am

Registration, tea and coffee

9.00 am

Introduction and welcome

Mr Ibby Younis, President, Plastic Surgery Section, Royal Society of Medicine

Colorectal conditions and reconstruction

9.10 am

Flap and vascular anatomy of perineum

Mr Niri Niranjan, Consultant Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon, Mid Essex Hospital Services NHS Trust

9.20 am

Abdomino perineal excision of the rectum (APER): The various techniques and resultant defects

Mr James Crosbie, Consultant Colorectal Surgeon, University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

9.40 am

The APER defect: What is the most ideal flap?

Mr Niri Niranjan and Mr Ibby Younis

10.00 am

Healing of the perineal wound in inflammatory bowel disease: The ultimate challenge

Mr Ibby Younis and Mr Christopher Chan, Consultant Colorectal Surgeon, University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

10.20 am

The pilonidal sinus - the recurring problem

Mr James Crobie, Mr Christopher Chan, Mr Niri Niranjan and Mr Ibby Younis

10.40 am

Panel debate and discussion: The APER defect: To mesh, close or flap?

Mr Niri Niranjan, Mr James Crosbie, Mr Christopher Chan and Mr Ibby Younis

11.00 am

Tea and coffee break

Genital reconstructive surgery

11.20 am

Vulval and labial reconstruction for malignant disease

Mr Ibby Younis and Ms Nicola MacDonald, Consultant Gynaecological Oncology Surgeon, University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

11.40 am

Vaginoplasty techniques in male-to-female transsexuals

Ms Tina Rashid, Consultant Reconstructive Urological Surgeon, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust

12.00 pm

Penile reconstruction for malignant disease

Mr Asif Muneer, Consultant Urologist, University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

12.20 pm

Female to male: How I do it

Mr Giulio Garaffa, Consultant Uro-Andrological Surgeon, University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

12.40 pm

Panel discussion

12.50 pm

Tea and coffee break

Perineal trauma and injury

1.50 pm

Major perineal trauma: What to do?

Mr Christopher Chan and Mr Nigel Tai, Consultant Trauma and Vascular Surgeon, Barts Health NHS Trust

2.10 pm

Female genital mutilation: Pelvic floor issue in survivors

Ms Suzie Elneil, Consultant Urologist and Gynaecologist, University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

2.30 pm

Prolapse and perineal tears: Repair and consequences

Mr Arvind Vashisht, Consultant Gynaecologist, University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

2.50 pm

The pelvic mesh floor problem: Innovative surgical solutions

Ms Suzie Elneil

3.10 pm

A most difficult problem, recto-vaginal fistula: Do we have a solution?

Mr Christopher Chan and Mr Ibby Younis

3.30 pm

Panel discussion

3.40 pm

Tea and coffee break

Cosmetic and rejevenation

4.00 pm

Labiaplasty: Functional or cosmetic?

Ms Angela Kavouni, Plastic Surgeon, Cosmetic Solutions

4.20 pm

Perineal rejuvenation: A growing demand and the latest trends

Dr Alex Bader, Cosmetic Gynaecologist, Bader Medical Institute of London

4.40 pm

Panel discussion

5.20 pm

Close of meeting

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For information on this event, contact Debbie FennerTel: 02072903856 Email: plastic.surgery@rsm.ac.uk arrow