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Welcome Message Dear Colleagues, In the near future we expect to see tremendous progress in the field of robotic surgery and hopefully we will be fortunate enough to be a part of this exciting journey! With this in mind and the participation of expert robotic surgeons from South Eastern Europe and all over the world, we are happy to welcome you in the beautiful city of Limassol, for the 1st SOUTH EASTERN EUROPEAN ROBOTIC SURGERY SOCIETY (SEERSS) International Congress in Robotic Surgery. This congress will cover a wide spectrum of topics related to Robotic Surgery in Europe in the field of General Surgery including Hepatopancreatobiliary Surgery and Thyroid Surgery, Cardiothoracic Surgery, Gynecology & Gynecologic oncology, ENT Surgery, and Urology. Apart from the current clinical applications, insight to the future of robotics in surgery, robotic training and simulators will be given by experts in the field. Furthermore, there will be “Challenging Cases” and “Works of Experts” presentations and also Free Paper Sessions and Innovative Research – Paper Sessions. In parallel latest technology achievements will be introduced by the leading manufacturers. This congress is meant to bring together all the enthusiasts of Robotic Surgery in the South Eastern Europe and present them with the cutting-edge developments in the field. The expert work presented in this congress, alongside with your active participation and attendance, will hopefully help us all make an important step forward, in improving standards of practice, encouraging research, and disseminating the knowledge in the field of robotic surgery, in the South Eastern Europe. On behalf of the Organizing Committee of the 1st SEERSS International Congress in Robotic Surgery allow me to personally welcome you to our Congress and sincerely thank you for joining us to this scientific endeavor. Let us all share our knowledge, spread the benefits of robotic surgery around Europe and elaborate the state-of-the-art in each field of our everyday robotic surgical practice! Cordially yours, Nikolaos Nikiteas President of 1st SEERSS International Congress in Robotic Surgery SEERSS General Secretary

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SEERSS Board Members • President: Assoc. Prof. Konstantinos M. Konstantinidis, Athens Medical Center, Greece • General Secretary: Assoc. Prof. Nikolaos Nikiteas, University of Athens, Greece • Executive Secretary: Dr. Savvas C. Hirides, Athens Medical Center, Greece • Treasurer: Ass. Prof. Konstantinos Stravodimos, University of Athens, Urology, Greece • Member: Prof. Grigor Gortchev, Pleven Medical University Gynecologic Oncology, Bulgaria • Member: Prof. Dr. Irinel Popescu, University of Medicine & Pharmacy “Carol Davila” General Surgery, Romania

Academic/ Advisory Board Members Nikolaos Georgios Micrea Johannes Ivo Theodoros Evangelos Grigorios Dimitrios

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Aspragathos, Basdanis, Beuran, Bonatti, Broeders, Diamantis, Georgiou, Kouraklis, Koutsouris,

Greece Greece Romania USA The Netherlands Greece Greece Greece Greece

Emmanuel Fabrizio Graziano Micaela Richard M. Giuseppe Christos Peter Georgios K.

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Leandros, Luca, Pernazza, Piccoli, Satava, Spinoglio, Tsigkris, Wiklund, Zografos,

Greece Italy Italy Italy USA Italy Greece Sweden Greece


Scientific Committee President: Irinel Popescu, Romania Members Ioannis Anastasiou, Greece Ioan Coman, Romania Nicolae Constantea, Romania Nicolae Crisan, Romania Demetris Demetriou, Cyprus Tsvetin Genadiev, Bulgaria George Hilaris, Greece Dimitris Linos, Greece

Emmanuel Aristotelis Anatoli Sorin Vassileios Slavcho Victor Catalin

Panagiotou, Panos, Pataridou, Paun, Poulakis, Tomov, Tomulescu, Vasilescu,

USA Switzerland Greece Romania Germany Bulgaria Romania Romania

Mitropoulos, Mousiolis, Myrillas, Nikitakis, Panoskaltsis, Pararas, Pardalidis, Petropoulos, Petropoulos, Pistofidis, Ploumidis, Rigas, Skolarikos, Skroubis, Tepetes, Tsakagiannis, Tsimogiannis, Zacharoulis, Ziounas, Zografos,

Greece Greece Greece Greece Greece Greece Greece Greece Greece Greece Greece Greece Greece Greece Greece Greece Greece Greece Greece Greece

Organizing Committee President: Vice President A: Vice President B: Secretary General: Secretary Special: Secretary Special: Treasurer: Members Georgios Konstantinos Kornilia Nikolaos Fotis Christos Vasiliki Pericles Georgios Christoforos Panikos Michail Petros Dimitrios Fotis Vassileios Eleni Aristidis Spyridon

Nikolaos Nikiteas, Konstantinos M. Konstantinidis, Grigor Gortchev, Harilaos Pappis, Pantelis Antonakis, Savvas Hirides, Konstantinos Stravodimos,

Ayiomamitis, Albanopoulos, Anastasakou, Anemodouras, Antonakopoulos, Charitopoulos, Chatzirafail, Chrysoheris, Creatsas, Efthimiades, Gavriil, Georgiou, Hirides, Iliopoulos, Kalfaretzos, Kapetanakis, Karafoka, Karagiannis, Martinis,

Greece Greece Greece Greece Greece Greece Greece Greece Greece Greece Cyprus Greece Greece Greece Greece Greece Greece Greece Greece

Greece Greece Bulgaria Greece Greece Greece Greece

Fotis Dimitrios Konstantinos Nikolaos Theodoros Nikolaos Nikolaos Ioannis Panagiotis Georgios Antonios Athanasios Andreas Georgios Konstantinos Dimitrios Evangelos Dimitrios Ioannis Georgios N.

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Local Organizing Committee Deputy Secretary: Alkestie Nicolaou, Cyprus Members Andri Evripidou, Cyprus Marios Filippou, Cyprus Panayiotis Hadjicostas, Cyprus Dimitris Harisis, Cyprus Michael Kakas, Cyprus Marios Liasides, Cyprus Kostas Mavrommatis, Cyprus

Charalampos Pantelis Pericles Panayiotis Stylianos Andreas

Menenakos, Palaiologos, Palaiomylitis, Papadopoulos, Papas, Theodoulou,

Germany Cyprus Cyprus Cyprus Cyprus Cyprus

Aristotelis Harilaos Nikolaos Anatoli Graziano Prodromos Micaela Antonios Irinel Vassileios Richard M. Fabio Konstantinos Giuseppe Victor Aliki Frank Catalin Peter Anusak

Panos, Switzerland Pappis, Greece Pardalidis, Greece Pataridou, Greece Pernazza, Italy Philippou, Cyprus Piccoli, Italy Ploumidis, Greece Popescu, Romania Poulakis, Greece Satava, USA Sbrana, USA Stravodimos, Greece Spinoglio, Italy Tomulescu, Romania Tzerkezoglou, Greece Van Hyfte, USA Vasilescu, Romania Wiklund, Sweden Yiengpruksawan,USA

Invited Faculty Andreas Ioannis Georgios Nikolaos Ivo Vasiliki Pericles Ioan Nicolae Constantinos A. Nicolae Evangelos Grigor Monika George Petros Vassileios Dimitris Fabrizio Dimitris Emanuel

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Alexandrou, Anastasiou, Basdanis, Bonaros, Broeders, Chatzirafail, Chrysoheris, Coman, Constantea, Constantinides, Crisan, Georgiou, Gortchev, Hagen, Hilaris, Hirides, Kapetanakis, Linos, Luca, Ntentakis, Panagiotou,

Greece Greece Greece Austria The Netherlands Greece Greece Romania Romania Greece Romania Greece Bulgaria Switzerland Greece Greece Greece Greece Italy Greece Greece

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Topics • Robotic Surgery in Europe. Introducing the new society. • Setting up a robotic program in Europe. Is it a public or a private sector enterprise? • Investment in robotic Surgery in the European setting • How far have we gone with robotics in Europe and in the world? Outcomes in Urology, General Surgery, Gynecology, Heart and Thoracic Surgery and more. • Future of robotics in Surgery • Robotic Surgery training and simulators • Training and accreditation in robotic Surgery • Challenging cases and Works of experts - Video Marathon (Urology, General Surgery, Gynecology, Heart Surgery and Thoracic Surgery) • Latest technology • Upper GI diseases and bariatrics • Lower GI robotic Surgery • Hepatopancreatobiliary robotic Surgery • Endocrine Surgery and miscellaneous • Robotics in Gynecology • Robotic SILS • Robotics in prostate cancer in 2012 • What to expect in the following years from the manufacturer • Robotic prostatectomy • Robotic cystectomy and kidney Surgery • Heart and Thoracic Surgery • TransOral robotic Surgery

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General Information VENUE The “1ST SEERSS INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS IN ROBOTIC SURGERY” is held at Grand Resort Hotel, Limassol, Cyprus from November 30th to December 2nd 2012.

LANGUAGE The official language of the Congress is English.

AUDIOVISUAL EQUIPMENT Audiovisual Equipment of the latest technology is used in all Congress Halls.

INTERNET SITE All useful information about the “1ST SEERSS INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS IN ROBOTIC SURGERY” is available on line at the following web site address: www.seerss2012.com

EXHIBITION In the framework of the Congress, an exhibition takes place in a specially formed area.

SPEAKERS’ PREVIEW AREA Speakers’ Preview Area will be located close to the secretariat. All Power Point files must be delivered to the Speakers’ Preview Area at least one hour before the session starts. Data files must be on CDROM or USB stick and cannot be delivered in the session rooms in order to avoid delay and projection problems. Opening hours of the Speakers’ Preview Area are the same as Secretariat’s.

CME CREDITS (ECMEC) The “1ST SEERSS INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS IN ROBOTIC SURGERY” is granted with 12 CME credits (ECMEC) by the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME)

NAME BADGES You may receive your personal name badge at the Congress Secretariat. For security reasons, delegates, accompanying persons and exhibitors must wear their name badges throughout the whole Congress and at all social events.

CERTIFICATES OF ATTENDANCE At the end of the Congress, a certificate of attendance with the CME points will be delivered to all participants.

INSURANCE Registration fees do not include insurance of participants regarding cancellation, accidents, theft or property loss. Participants should arrange for their own insurance.

ORGANIZATIONAL SUPPORT The official Congress Secretariat is ZITA Congress S.A. The Congress Secretariat will be located at a central point of the Venue. 8

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Social Program OPENING CEREMONY Friday 30 November 2012, 19:00 Grand Resort Hotel Dress Code: Cocktail Attire

CONGRESS DINNER Saturday 1 December 2012, 21:30 Departure at 21:00 from the Hotel Artima Bistro Lanitis 'Carob Mill' Complex, Vasilissis Street, Limassol Carefully restored and beautifully decorated, Artima Bistro offers a relaxing and elegant atmosphere. The creative award winning Mediterranean menu is enhanced with tempting desserts and a wide selection of local and international wines. Dress Code: Cocktail Attire, Price: 55,00 euro/person (the rate includes round trip transfers to/from the restaurant)

Optional Tours Full day Lefkosia (Nicosia), Lefkara (approx. 8 hours): Lefkosia, became the Capital of the island in the 11th century AD. Its rich history traces back to Bronze Age. On the way to Lefkosia, we visit the Neolithic settlement of Chirokitia, dated to 7000 BC, listed UNESCO World Heritage site. In Lefkosia, we visit the Archaeological Museum with the Cypriot antiquities and treasures from the Neolithic Age to the Early Byzantine period. We continue passing by the 16th century Venetian Walls (enclosing the heart of the old city) and the Liberty monument, to the Archbishopric where we visit the Cathedral of St John built in 1662. We then drive to the beautiful village of Lefkara famous both for its local laces ‘Lefkaritika’ and also for its magnificent silverware. According to tradition, Leonardo Da Vinci visited Lefkara and bought an altar cloth which he donated to the Milan Cathedral. Price: 70,00 euro/person with minimum participation of 20 persons

Half day Lemesos (Limassol), Paphos (approx. 5 hours) Lemesos, the second largest city of the island, lies between two ancient city-kingdoms, Amathous to the east and Kourion to the west. Byzantine and Frnkish monuments evidence its long history. We drive to the most spectacular archaeological sites, the ancient citykingdom of Kourion (Greco-Roman Theater, House of Eustolios). On the way to Paphos, we stop at the Aphrodite’s Rock, the legendary birthplace of the goddess of love and beauty. The whole town of Paphos is included in the official UNESCO list of cultural and natural treasures of the world heritage (Houses of Dionysos, Aion and Theseas) Before heading back to the hotel we will have some free time at the picturesque harbor. Price: 45,00 euro/person with minimum participation of 20 persons The above rates include: • Private, air-conditioned coach, • Professional English speaking guide on all excursions, • Entrance Fees at mentioned sites, • Lunch during full day excursions Cyprus • 30 November - 2 December 2012

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Sponsors

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Program at a glance - HALL A SATURDAY December 1st 2012 HALL A

FRIDAY November 30th, 2012 HALL A 08:00-08:30 Registration 08.30-10:00 Round Table 1 Upper GI diseases and bariatrics Chairs: Konstantinos M. Konstantinidis, Graziano Pernazza 10.00-11:30 Round Table 2 Setting up a robotic program in Europe. Is it a public or a private sector enterprise? Chairs: Grigor Gortchev, Prodromos Philippou, Irinel Popescu 11.30-12:00 Coffee Break in Hall C 12:00-12:30 Invited Lecture: “Robotic SILS” Konstantinos M. Konstantinidis

12:30-14:00 Round Table 3 Lower GI robotic surgery Chairs: Nikolaos Nikiteas, Charilaos Pappis 14:00-15:00 Lunch Break at Anthea Restaurant

08:00-08:30 Registration 08.30-10:00 Round Table 6 Training and accreditation in robotic surgery Chairs: Richard M. Satava, Evangelos Georgiou

15:00-16:30 Round Table 4 Hepatopancreatobiliary robotic Surgery Chairs: Konstantinos M. Konstantinidis, Victor Tomulescu

10.00-11:30 Round Table 7 Robotic Urology. Where do we stand now? State of the art lectures Chairs: Constantinos A. Constantinides, Antonios Ploumidis

16:30-18:30 Round Table 5 Robotics in Gynecology Chairs: Vassilis Kapetanakis, Grigor Gortchev

11:30-12:00 Invited Lecture: “Investment in robotic Surgery in the European setting”

18:30-19:00 Invited Lecture: “Forthcoming technologies in Surgery”

Monika Hagen

Richard M. Satava

12:30-13:00 Invited Lecture: “Pelvic floor reconstruction”

19:00 Opening Ceremony Welcome Reception in Exhibitors Hall C

12:00-12:30 Coffee Break in Hall C

Ivo Broeders

13:00-14:30 Round Table 8 Robotic Urology. Video Techniques Chairs: Peter Wiklund, Ioan Coman 14:30-15:30 Lunch Break at Anthea Restaurant 15:30-17:00 Round Table 9 Heart, Tors and Thoracic Surgery Chairs: Nikolaos Bonaros, Aristotelis Panos 17.00-18:30 Round Table 10 Endocrine surgery and Miscellaneous Chairs: Micaela Piccoli, Catalin Vasilescu 18:30-19:00 Coffee Break in Hall C 19:00-19:30 Invited Lecture: “Robotic thyroidectomy” Micaela Piccoli 19:30-20:00 Invited Lecture: “Robotics in prostate cancer in 2012” Peter Wiklund 21:30 Congress Dinner Artima Bistro

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Program at a glance - Free Paper Sessions - HALL B SATURDAY December 1st 2012 HALL B

FRIDAY November 30th, 2012 HALL B 12:30-14:00 Chairs: Konstantinos Stravodimos, Vasileios Poulakis

15:00-16:30 Chairs: Nikolae Constantea, Pantelis Antonakis

13:00-14:30 Chairs: Victor Tomulescu, Pantelis Chrysoheris

15:30-17:00 Chairs: Petros Hirides

12:30-12:45

15:00-15:15

13:00-13:15

15:30-15:45

Robot-assisted laparoscopic repair (RALR) of recurrent vesicovaginal fistula

Intraoperative and postoperative complications of robotic adrenalectomies

12:45-13:00

15:15-15:30

Air distendend colon after preoperative colonoscopycause for conversion of robotic approach for a left colonic tumor

Conservative Surgery by robotic approach in gynecological pathology for a nuliparous patient

Apical dissection without prior suture ligation of the dorsal vein complex, during robot-assisted radical prostatectomy

Right robotic adrenalectomy for greater than 5 cm adrenal mass

13:00-13:15

The application of robotic surgery in plastic surgery and its future

Robot - assisted radical prostatectomy – initial experience in Bulgarian urological practice 13:15-13:30 Robotic assisted pyeloplasty, is the new gold standard already here? 13.30-13:45 Robotic radical nephrectomy in multicystic kidney with renal carcinoma 13:45-14:00 Q&A 14:00-15:00 Lunch break at Anthea Restaurant

15:30-15:45

15:45-16:00 Q&A

13:15-13:30 Robot - assisted endoscopic groin lymphadenectomy 13:30-13:45 Robotic redo Nissen after two previous operations 13:45-14:00 Totally robotic Whipple pancreatoduodenectomy – Presentation of our technique 14.00-14:15 Simple polypropylene mesh for umbilical hernia repair by robotic transperitoneal approach 14:15-14:30 Q&A 14:30-15:30 Lunch break at Anthea Restaurant SEERSS General Assembly

15:45-16:00 Robotic single-site supracervical hysterectomy using VeSPA. Presentation of our technique 16:00-16:15 Challenges during robotic fibroma excision 16:15-16:30 Modified robotic gastric bypass for correction of STZ-induced type 2 diabetic porcine models (metabolic surgery) 16:30-16:45 Succesful robotic removal of retained knife blade in the spine following lumbar discectomy. Use of imageguidance throught the tilepro port 16:45-17:00 Design of Tendon-Driven Laparoscopic Snake-Tools 17:00-17:15 Q&A

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FINAL PROGRAM

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Final Program Friday, 30th November 2012 08:00-08:30

Hall A

Registration

08.30-10:00 Round Table 1 - Upper GI diseases and bariatrics Chair: Konstantinos M. Konstantinidis, Graziano Pernazza Bariatric robotic Surgery Andreas Alexandrou Robotic hiatal hernia - GERD - achalasia Surgery Konstantinos M. Konstantinidis Robotic gastric Surgery for malignancy Graziano Pernazza Robotic gastric Surgery for benign diseases Pericles Chrysoheris 10.00-11:30 Round Table 2 - Setting up a robotic program in Europe. Is it a public or a private sector enterprise? Chair: Grigor Gortchev, Prodromos Philippou, Irinel Popescu The Romanian public experience Irinel Popescu The Cypriot private experience Prodromos Philippou The Greek mixed experience Nikolaos Nikiteas The Bulgarian experience Grigor Gortchev Benefit and cost analysis Frank van Hyfte 11.30-12.00

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Coffee Break. in Exhibitors Hall C

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Hall A

12:00-12:30 Invited Lecture: “Robotic SILS” Chair: Giuseppe Spinoglio, Irinel Popescu Konstantinos M. Konstantinidis 12:30-14:00 Round Table 3 - Lower GI robotic Surgery Chair: Nikolaos Nikiteas, Charilaos Pappis Novel technology in robotic colectomy Giuseppe Spinoglio Robotic Surgery for rectal cancer Irinel Popescu Robotic nerve-sparing TME. What does it mean and how I do it Fabrizio Luca Robotic low anterior resection. Which path to follow? Nikolaos Nikiteas 14:00-15:00

Lunch Break, at Anthea Restaurant

15:00-16:30 Round Table 4 - Hepatopancreatobiliary robotic Surgery Chair: Konstantinos M. Konstantinidis, Victor Tomulescu Robotic liver Surgery/ Distal pancreatectomy with and without preservation of the spleen (teleconference) Fabio Sbrana My approach to robotic Whipple (teleconference) Anusak Yiengpruksawan Robotic cholecystectomy from multi-port to single - site Savvas Hirides

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Friday, 30th November 2012

Hall A

16:30-18:30 Round Table 5 - Robotics in Gynecology Chair: Vassilis Kapetanakis, Grigor Gortchev Robot-assisted radical parametrectomy (upper vaginectomy) in patients with malignant gynecological tumors Grigor Gortchev Robotic pelvic lymphadenectomy George Hilaris Robotic sacrocolpopexy Vassiliki Chatzirafail Robotic treatment of adnexal pathology Petros Hirides Robotic gynecologic Surgery for endometriosis Vassilis Kapetanakis Robotic Surgery for cervical cancer Aliki Tserkezoglou 18:30-19:00 Invited Lecture: “Forthcoming technologies in Surgery” Chair: Nikolaos Nikiteas, Konstantinos Konstantinidis Richard M. Satava 19:00

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Opening Ceremony in Hall A Welcome Reception in Hall C

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Saturday, 1st December 2012 08:00-08:30

Hall A

Registration

08:30-10:00 Round Table 6 - Training and accreditation in robotic Surgery Chair: Richard M. Satava, Evangelos Georgiou The robot as the best training tool for young surgeons Richard M. Satava Training programs of robotic Surgery in Europe Monika Hagen Simulators in robotic Surgery /Accreditation in robotic Surgery. Who and how? Nikolaos Nikiteas Robotic Surgery as a career choice for a young student Dimitrios Ntentakis 10.00-11:30 Round Table 7 - Robotic Urology. Where do we stand now? State of the art lectures Chair: Constantinos A. Constantinides, Antonios Ploumidis Robotic radical cystectomy with totally intracorporeal ileal neobladder Nikolaos Pardalidis Robotic radical prostatectomy. How easy is to be safe and efficient? Konstantinos Stravodimos Robotic retroperitoneal approach in Urology Nikolae Crisan Robotic pyeloplasty: the new standard of care Ioannis Anastasiou 11:30-12:00 Invited Lecture: “Investment in robotic Surgery in the European setting” Chair: Richard M. Satava, Ivo Broeders Monika Hagen 12.00-12.30

Coffee Break, in Hall C

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Saturday, 1st December 2012

Hall A

12:30-13:00 Invited Lecture: “Pelvic floor reconstruction” Chair: Georgios Basdanis, Fabrizio Luca Ivo Broeders 13:00-14:30 Round Table 8 - Robotic Urology. Video Techniques Chair: Peter Wiklund, Ioan Coman Intracorporeal orthotopic ileal neobladder after robotic radical cystectomy: does it have a future? Ioan Coman Robotic partial nephrectomy Emanuel Panagiotou Robotic radical cystectomy Peter Wiklund Robotic lymphadenectomy in prostate Surgery Vassileios Poulakis 14:30-15:30

Lunch Break, at Anthea Restaurant

15:30-17:00 Round Table 9 - Heart, Tors and Thoracic Surgery Chair: Nikolaos Bonaros, Aristotelis Panos TransOral Robotic Surgery (TORS): A new surgical technique in the ENT field Anatoli Pataridou Robotic approach of the anterior mediastinum Victor Tomulescu Robotics in cardiac Surgery Nikolaos Bonaros Robotics in mitral and tricuspid valve repair in the every day practice Aristotelis Panos

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Saturday, 1st December 2012

Hall A

17.00-18:30 Round Table 10 - Endocrine Surgery and Miscellaneous Chair: Micaela Piccoli, Catalin Vasilescu Transaxillary robotic assisted thyroid Surgery in overweight and obese patients Nikolae Constantea Endoscopic thyroid Surgery Dimitris Linos Robotic adrenalectomy Victor Tomulescu Robotic total or partial spleenectomy Catalin Vasilescu 18:30-19:00

Coffee Break, in Hall C

19:00-19:30 Invited Lecture: “Robotic thyroidectomy” Chair: Dimitris Linos, Nikolae Constantea Micaela Piccoli 19:30-20:00 Invited Lecture: “Robotics in prostate cancer in 2012” Chair: Ioan Coman, Emanuel Panagiotou Peter Wiklund 21:30

Congress Dinner Artima Bistro Departure at 21:00

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Free Paper Sessions Friday, 30th November 2012

Hall B

12:30-14:00 Chairs: Konstantinos Stravodimos, Vasileios Poulakis 12:30-12:45 Robot-assisted laparoscopic repair (RALR) of recurrent vesicovaginal fistula Vassilis Moros, Stavros Leontis, Demitris Demitriou, Vassilis Poulakis 12:45-13:00 Apical dissection without prior suture ligation of the dorsal vein complex, during robot-assisted radical prostatectomy Konstantinos Stravodimos, Vasileios Mygdalis, Ioannis Leotsakos, Ioannis Anastasiou, Evangelos Fragkiadis, Ioannis Katafigiotis, Constantinos Constantinides 13:00-13:15 Robot - assisted radical prostatectomy – initial experience in Bulgarian urological practice Tsvetin Trifonov Genadiev 13:15-13:30 Robotic assisted pyeloplasty, is the new gold standard already here? Petropoulos Panagiotis 13.30-13:45 Robotic radical nephrectomy in multicystic kidney with renal carcinoma Konstantinos Stravodimos, Evangelos Fragkiadis, Vasileios Mygdalis, Ioannis Leotsakos, Christos Pournaras, Ioannis Katafigiotis, Constantinos Constantinides 13:45-14:00 Q & A 14:00-15:00

Lunch Break, at Anthea Restaurant

15:00-16:30 Chairs: Nikolae Constantea, Pantelis Antonakis 15:00-15:15 Intraoperative and postoperative complications of robotic adrenalectomies Mircea Beuran, Roxana Ganescu, Mihaela Vartic, Sorin Paun 15:15-15:30 Right robotic adrenalectomy for greater than 5 cm adrenal mass Vassilis Moros, Stavros Leontis, Demitris Demitriou, Vassilis Poulakis 15:30-15:45 Transaxillary robotic assisted thyroid Surgery in overweight and obese patients Nicolae Constantea, Dan Axente, Carmen Micu, Carmen Gruita 15:45-16:00 The application of robotic Surgery in plastic surgery and its future Ahmad Diab, Karonidis Athanasios, Gravvanis Andreas, Tsoutsos Dimosthenis 16:00-16:15 Q & A

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Saturday, 1st December 2012

Hall B

13:00-14:30 Chairs: Victor Tomulescu, Pantelis Chrysoheris 13:00-13:15 Air distendend colon after preoperative colonoscopy- cause for conversion of robotic approach for a left colonic tumor Sorin Paun, Roxana Ganescu,Ionut Negoi, Bogdan Stoica, Bogdan Gaspar, Mircea Beuran 13:15-13:30 Robot - assisted endoscopic groin lymphadenectomy Athanasios Bekos, Andreas Andreou, N. Kondelidis 13:30-13:45 Robotic redo Nissen after two previous operations Konstantinos M. Konstantinidis, Pericles Chrysoheris, Savvas Hirides, Fotis Antonakopoulos, Petros Hirides, Michael Georgiou 13:45-14:00 Totally robotic Whipple pancreatoduodenectomy – Presentation of our technique Konstantinos M. Konstantinidis, Savvas Hirides, Pericles Chrysoheris, Fotis Antonakopoulos, Petros Hirides, Michael Georgiou 14.00-14:15 Simple polypropylene mesh for umbilical hernia repair by robotic transperitoneal approach Sorin Paun, Roxana Ganescu, Ionut Negoi, Bogdan Stoica, Bogdan Gaspar, Mircea Beuran 14:15-14:30 Q & A 14:30-15:30

Lunch Break, at Anthea Restaurant SEERSS General Assembly in Hall B

15:30-17:00 Chairs: Petros Hirides 15:30-15:45 Conservative Surgery by robotic approach in gynecological pathology for a nuliparous patient Sorin Paun, Roxana Ganescu, Mihaela Burtea, Bogdan Gaspar, Ionut Negoi, Mircea Beuran

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Saturday, 1st December 2012

Hall B

15:45-16:00 Robotic single-site supracervical hysterectomy using VeSPA. Presentation of our technique Konstantinos, M. Konstantinidis, Petros Hirides, Savvas Hirides, Pericles Chrysoheris, Michael Georgiou, Fotis Antonakopoulos, Ch. Haritopoulos 16:00-16:15 Challenges during robotic fibroma excision Konstantinos, M. Konstantinidis, Petros Hirides, Savvas Hirides, Pericles Chrysoheris, Michael Georgiou, Fotis Antonakopoulos, Ch. Haritopoulos 16:15-16:30 Modified robotic gastric bypass for correction of STZ-induced type 2 diabetic porcine models (metabolic Surgery) Konstantinos, M. Konstantinidis, Petros Hirides, Savvas Hirides, Pericles Chrysoheris, Michael Georgiou, Fotis Antonakopoulos 16:30-16:45 Succesful robotic removal of retained knife blade in the spine following lumbar discectomy. Use of image-guidance throught the tile-pro port Savvas Hirides, Konstantinos, M. Konstantinidis, Dimitris Mousiolis, Fotis Antonakopoulos, Apostolos Papalois 16:45-17:00 Design of Tendon-Driven Laparoscopic Snake-Tools A. Tzes, N. Evangeliou, A. Mavromati, E. Tzoracoleftherakis 17:00-17:15 Q & A

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