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Scientific Program

Date

June 24-25, 2022 at 10:00 AM EST 
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New york, USA

Keynote Session:

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Badyrov Ruslan

Associated professor, PhD, Karaganda Medical University, Karaganda, Kazakhstan

Title: Inguinal hernia: a new non-mesh tension-free method of surgical treatment

Biography:

Badyrov Ruslan has experience in the treatment of surgical diseases of the abdominal cavity and the anterior abdominal wall. For 5 years, he has been actively studying modern methods of abdominal wall reconstruction, as well as introducing new ones. He is a co-author of the invention - a new biological implant based on the extracellular bovine-derived peritoneum matrix for abdominal wall defects repair (Patent of the Republic of Kazakhstan), is actively working on the use of biological implants for abdominal wall reconstruction.

Abstract:

Statement of the Problem: Recurrences have been a significant problem following hernia repair. Prosthetic materials have been increasingly used in hernia repair to prevent recurrences. However, synthetic endoprostheses have disadvantages, which include: aseptic inflammation in the surrounding tissues with the formation of a pronounced connective tissue scar; low resistance to the infection; high risk of adhesions between the abdominal organs and the mesh. The aim of study was to create a new method of inguinal hernia repair, not using synthetic mesh.

Methodology & Theoretical Orientation: Our new method of autoplasty of the posterior wall of the inguinal canal based on cutting out the aponeurotic flap from the sheath of rectus abdominis muscle, and moving it on the under spermatic cord, followed by fixing it to the pubic tubercle, inguinal ligament, medial – rectus, internal oblique and transverse muscles of the abdomen (figure 1). In this study, 15 new non-mesh tension-free inguinal hernia repairs were performed. The main outcome measure was recurrence in the early postoperative period (before 30 days).

Findings: Inguinal hernia was indirect in 60% of cases (9 patients), direct in 40% (7 patients). Mean patient age was 47.3 years (range, 18 – 75). Follow-up was completed in all 15 patients (100%) by clinical examination or phone call. Small seroma formation in 1 patient was observed in 5th day, but not requiring drainage. We have not observed acute infection, hematoma formation or functional or organic changes in the spermatic cord related to the new technique of hernia repair.

Conclusion & Significance: The above-described method ensures the proper strength of the posterior wall of the inguinal canal, preserves the physiological function of it after operation. The use of this technique has a big potential in the inguinal hernia repair, since it can eliminate all complications associated with the use of synthetic material.

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Achraf KHAIRI

Young Plastic Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeon in University Hospital AVICENNE Of RABAT- KINGDOM OF MOROCCO

Title: Plastic and reconstructive surgery Hand and Burn Surgery UH IBN SINA RABAT- MOROCCO

Biography:

young Plastic Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeon in University Hospital AVICENNE Of RABAT- KINGDOM OF MOROCCO.

 

Abstract:

A 50-year-old patient with a history of burning in the lower right limb by flame 18 years ago for which he received local treatment. The patient developed a giant Marjolin’s ulcer and consults after total functional impotence of the limb. Clinical examination found ulcerated thickness from the outer side of the right thigh to the deep-seated ipsilateral calf, histological examination revealed a well-differentiated and infiltrating squamous cell carcinoma.

The magnetic resonance imaging showed a dermo-hypodermic thickening of the posterolateral side of the thigh and leg infiltrating the ilio-tibial tract and lateral gastocnemius muscle. After a multidisciplinary discussion, an indication of amputation was retained.

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Ya. A. Shliakhtunou

Associate Professor of the Department of Oncology with courses of radiology, radiation therapy VSMU.

Title: CIRCULATING TUMOR CELLS (CTCs) AS A MARKER OF THE RADICALITY OF SURGICAL TREATMENT OF BREAST CANCER

Biography:

He is the author of more than 100 scientific papers, including one monograph, 6 patents for invention, 3 instructions for use. He is the developer of four unique test systems for the diagnosis of minimal residual disease in solid tumors. He was a project manager and executive in charge of the international project LLB-2-242 «Improving the quality of medical care through the use of information technologies for the diagnosis of skin cancer and lung cancer (Lithuania-Latvia-Belarus 2012–2015)». The direct scientific leadership, such scientific programs of the Belarusian Republican Foundation for Basic Research as «Breast Cancer and Epstein-Barr Viral Infection» (2013–2015), «Molecular Genetic Diagnosis of Minimal Residual Disease in Breast Cancer» (2015–2017) , the scientific theme of the State program of scientific research «Assess the expression of tumor progression genes in order to identify the minimum residual disease in breast cancer» (2016–2017).

 

 

Abstract:

The study involved 230 patients with verified primary non-metastatic breast cancer (BC) stage I-IIIC at the age of 58.2 ± 9.9 years. All women underwent surgery in the amount of radical mastectomy in Madden (group 1) – 113 (49.1%), oncoplastic radical resection of the breast (group 2) – 49 (21.3%), and 68 (29.6%) women underwent bilateral subcutaneous mastectomy with regional lymph node dissection on the affected side with simultaneous implant reconstruction (group 3). In all patients on the day of surgery, as well as on day 2 after surgery, peripheral blood was examined for the presence of circulating tumor cells (CTCs). To identify the CTCs, the expression of the BIRC5 and HER2-neu genes was studied using real-time PCR.

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Rijuta Aphale

Resident in General Surgery at Government Medical College, Bhavnagar.

Title: A PROSPECTIVE STUDY TO COMPARE THE EFFICACY OF HYPERBARIC OXYGEN AND NEOADJUVANT CHEMOTHERAPY WITH NEOADJUVANT CHEMOTHERAPY ALONE PRIOR TO SURGICAL RESECTION IN STAGE IIB ONWARDS CARCINOMA BREAST

Biography:

Dr. Rijuta is a resident in General Surgery at Government Medical College, Bhavnagar. She has done a research in Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy on breast cancer patients as a part of post-graduation thesis under guidance of Dr. Samir M. Shah at Sir T. Hospital, Bhavnagar.

Abstract:

Carcinoma breast continues to be a major cause of mortality and morbidity worldwide, including India. Incidence of breast cancer has particularly risen in young females in 3rd and 4th decade. In large, aggressive cancers, neoadjuvant chemotherapy can reduce tumour bulk and breast-conserving surgeries may be done, albeit with a significant risk of recurrence. With a novel neoadjuvant regimen, it may be possible to downsize tumour to achieve cosmetically better results and allow conservative surgery with a better prognosis.

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