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of Endocrine Surgeons
4th Biennial Congress
May 13 - 15, 2010
Vienna / Austria
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VL Ins_LS Precise_Cooler A5.indd 1 30.03.2010 09:59:13 Welcome Addresses . 2Committees . 5Announcements - Forthcoming ESES Events . 6Programme at a Glance Thursday, May 13, 2010 . 8 Friday, May 14, 2010 . 9 Saturday, May 15, 2010 . 10 Scientific Programme Thursday, May 13, 2010 . 11 Friday, May 14, 2010 . 12 Saturday, May 15, 2010 . 18 Programme Opening . 21Programme Closing . 22Social Programme . 25Guidelines for Speakers / Poster Presenters / Chairpersons . 30Congress Information . 32General Information . 34Map Public Transport . 37City Map . 38Exhibition Information / List of Exhibitors . 39Sponsors . 40 Welcome Address - President of ESES
Dear members and guests,
It is a great pleasure and honour for me inviting you to the upcoming fourth biennial congress of the European Society of Endocrine Surgeons in Vienna. Although relatively young compared to other national and international surgical societies the ESES very fast emerged to be the leading voice of endocrine surgery in Europe. From its beginning the Society had tight relationships with the Division of Endocrine Surgery (DES) of the Section of Surgery of the UEMS. The Society together with the DES therefore appreciate very much offering not only modern structures and facilities for active participation in these organizations but also congresses and workshops, and the DES examination for specialization in endocrine surgery combined with the congress.
This year's congress again will be a highlight in European endocrine surgery. Bruno Niederle and his staff joined by the executive committee selected the most interesting papers for presentation out of more then 200 submitted abstracts. Originality and appropriate geographical distribution have been major criteria for abstract selection. The scientific program covers all areas of modern endocrine surgery. Four of the scientific sessions should be specifically mentioned (in order to the time table): the educational session on neuroendocrine tumors of the small intestine, the "Charles Proye Lecture" given by Paolo Miccoli (Pisa), the "Key Lecture" given by Edward M. Brown (Boston), and the session on Endocrine Surgery in Europe with presentations given by Marcin Barczynski (Krakow) and Michael Brauckhoff (Bergen).
The local organizers headed by Bruno Niederle did a fantastic job for this congress including perfect organization, selecting a wonderful venue, and preparing a friendly atmosphere – as typical for the „friendly endocrine surgeons". I am convinced you will expect a fascinating meeting and will have an overall memorable time in Vienna.
Warm welcome to the fourth congress of ESES! Henning Dralle President of ESES Welcome Address - Austrian Society of Surgery
On behalf of the "Austrian Society of Surgery" I warmly welcome the "European Society of Endocrine Surgeons" to the 4th Biannual Congress in Vienna.
It is an honour for Austria that ESES has chosen Vienna as the congress venue, and this choice certainly also reflects the great appreciation of the Society for the major contribution that Austrian endocrine surgeons have made in the last decades to develop endocrine surgery to a highly specialised discipline within the framework of general surgery. This congress offers an exciting scientific programme embedded in the exciting environment of the beautiful city of Vienna. I wish all delegates a very productive meeting for the progress of endocrine surgery, and also a few hours of relaxation in this great city with its rich cultural heritage.
President of the Austrian Society of Surgery 2009/2010 Chairman, Department of Surgery, Medical University of Vienna Dear colleagues, ladies and gentlemen,
Welcome to Vienna for the 4th Biennial Congress of the European Society of Endocrine Surgeons, a meeting where dedicated researchers will cooperate with established clinicians in updating our knowledge in the multifaceted field of endocrine surgery.
Vienna is a well known place in connection with endocrinology. The Second Medical School of Vienna from the second half of the 19th century up to the first third of the 20th century and its results were initiated by outstanding and charismatic personalities such as: Billroth, Eiselsberg and Mandl.
During the last 60 years Austria has developed with tremendous effort an almost perfect health care system according to the international standards. Even in science and research our small country is constantly present. One of the visible symbols was the foundation of the Austrian Society for Surgery 52 years ago. Once again charismatic persons were the trailblazers for the new period.
Current representatives are the local organizers, Bruno Niederle and his team, who did a great job together with the integrated and participating Austrian endocrine surgeons.
Vienna's charming atmosphere, its historical and cultural importance offer ideal prerequisits for international meetings and promise a pleasant stay for all participants and guests.
We look forward to seeing you in Vienna Rudolf Roka Secretary General, Austrian Society of Surgery Welcome Address - Local Organising Committee
After the "Founding Conference" in 2003, the very successful "Second Workshop: Update in Endocrine Surgery - Endoscopic Surgery in Neuroendocrine Pancreatic Tumours" ESES is guest in Vienna for the third time.
It is a great privilege for the "Local Organising Committee" to welcome the members of ESES and all participants to the "4th Biennial Congress"! We selected the "The Imperial Riding School Vienna - A Renaissance Hotel" as the congress venue. This exquisite historic hotel was built in 1850 and was used by Emperor Franz Josef I as an Philipp Riss Reza Asari imperial military riding school, where Christian Scheuba Bruno Niederle Daniela Truzla the cavalry was perfectly trained for their assignments.
All participants of the "4th Biennial Congress" may expect an exciting scientific programme and interesting discussions.
A total of 231 abstracts were submitted from all parts of the world. After a first selection 217 blinded abstracts were reviewed by members of the "Executive Committee" and of the "Research and Education Committee". The 40 best scored abstracts (throughout all topics of "Endocrine Surgery") were accepted for "oral" or "short oral presentation". Furthermore 37 "High Scored Posters" and 137 "Posters" will be presented and partly discussed. The "Local Organising Committee" awards prizes for the "Best Oral Communication" (jury members: the "Austrian National Delegates") and for the "Best Experimental and Clinical Posters" (jury members: members of the "National Delegate Council"). The prizes will be awarded in the Closing Session on Saturday. The General Hospital, which was opened in 1784, gradually became, together with its various clinics, at the beginning of the last century the most important centre for medical research in Vienna. One famous member of the "Vienna Medical School" was Emil Zuckerkandl, who died in Vienna 100 years ago (May 28, 1910). The "Historical Lecture" during the "Opening Ceremony" will summarise the background of this famous Hungarian- Austrian anatomist and of his time. Endocrine surgeons are well aware of the importance of the "Organ of Zuckerkandl" and of the "Zuckerkandl‘s tuberculum".
The "Evening Event" leads to the "First Court", the former heart of the famous "Old General Hospital". We cordially invite all participants to join us at the "Stiegl Ambulanz", the former outpatients´ department of the famous "Department of Surgery I", which was lead by Anton Freiherr von Eiselsberg, in order to enjoy a comfortable evening meeting to meet old friends and make new ones.
Enjoy the congress! Enjoy Vienna! Enjoy the time together! Bruno Niederle Christian Scheuba Reza Asari Philipp Riss LOCAL ORGANISING COMMITTEE
Christian Scheuba INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE
Henning Dralle, Germany Thierry Defechereux, Belgium / Thailand Chairman of the National Delegates Council
Bertil Hamberger, Sweden Marcin Barczynski, Poland President elect
Jean François Henry, France Anders Bergenfelz, Sweden Secretary
Jean-Louis Kraimps, France Thomas Clerici, Switzerland Treasurer
David Scott-Coombes, United Kingdom Bruno Niederle, Austria NATIONAL DELEGATES (AUSTRIA)
Ferdinand Mühlbacher (President - Austrian Society of Surgery [ÖGC] 2009/2010) Rudolf Roka (General Secretary - Austrian Society of Surgery [ÖGC]) Evelyne Bareck (Austrian Society of Surgical Oncology [ACO/ASSO] Ruppert Prommegger (Representative - Medical University Innsbruck) Christian Scheuba (Section of Endocrine Surgery / Austrian Society of Surgery [ACE/ÖGC]) Paul Sungler (Representative - Medical University Salzburg) Gerhard Wolf (Representative - Medical University Graz) CONFERENCE ORGANISATION, ABSTRACT MANAGEMENT, SPONSORING, EXHIBITION
Vienna Medical Academy
Mirjam Uebelhör Alser Strasse 4, 1090 Vienna, Austria Tel.: +43 1 4051383-16; Fax: +43 1 4078274 The Imperial Riding School Vienna - A Renaissance Hotel
1030 Vienna, Austria Announcements - Forthcoming ESES Events
4th Workshop of ESES - 2011
Lyon (France) - May 12 – 14, 2011
Update in Endocrine Surgery – Potentially Malignant Adrenal Tumours • Pheochromocytoma – Paraganglioma • Adrenocortical Lesions – Adrenocortical Cancer Jean-Louis Kraimps, M.D.
Jean Louis Peix, M.D.
Dept. of Endocrine Surgery Dept.of Endocrine and General Surgery Jean Bernard Hospital Centre Hospitalier Sud F- 86021 Poitiers F-69495 Pierre Benite 5th Biennial Congress of ESES - 2012
Göteborg, Sweden – May 24-26, 2012
Svenska Mässan (preliminary) Svante Jansson, M.D.
Dept. of Surgery and Transplantation Sahlgrenska University Hospital S-413 45 Göteborg Eine Initiative von Novartis … weil sich die Erforschung
NeuroEndokriner Tumoren (NETs)
Optimierung der Therapie von NET-Patienten• besserer Einblick in die Tumorbiologie • vereinfachte Identiﬁzierung und verfeinerte Klassiﬁzierung • Nutzung von NET speziﬁschen Biomarkern • Förderung von interdisziplinären Teams Programme at a Glance - Thursday, May 13, 2010
Congress Opening Ceremony open for all participants
Meeting Closed Meeting Council Meeting Closed Meeting
Surgery Meeting Closed Meeting
ESES National Delegate
Division of Endocrine
Set Up of Poster W
Exhibition & Poster
Build up of Exhibiton
W open to all participants
Exhibitors Service Desk 09:00 - 16:00
07:00 - 07:30 07:30 - 08:00 08:00 - 08:30 08:30 - 09:00 09:00 - 09:30 09:30 - 10:00 10:00 - 10:30 10:30 - 1 11:00 - 1 11:30 - 12:00 12:00 - 12:30 12:30 - 13:00 13:00 - 13:30 13:30 - 14:00 14:00 - 14:30 14:30 - 15:00 15:00 - 15:30 15:30 - 16:00 16:00 - 16:30 16:30 - 17:00 17:00 - 17:30 17:30 - 18:00 18:00 - 18:30 18:30 - 18:45 18:45 - 19:00 19:00 - 19:30 19:30 - 20:00 20:00 - 20:30 Programme at a Glance - Friday, May 14, 2010
Art & Free Papers 18-19 Session 1 - Thyroid
Session 3 - Free papers 13-17
Session 2 - Parathyroid
Charles Proye Lecture
Session 5 - Thyroid-Parathyroid-Adrenal
(in exhibition area) Short Oral Communications 1 / Free Papers 20-26 Session 4 - Gastrointestinal Neuroendocrine T
(in exhibition area) (in exhibition area) Coffee Break
Ambulanz, Old General Hospital"
Lunch Stations with Lunch Bags
Social Event - Congress Evening
19:15 hrs - Meeting Point in front of the hotel Poster Presentation &
Poster Presentation &
at the „Stiegl
Discussion with Poster
Discussion with Poster
Exhibition & Poster
07:00 - 07:30 07:30 - 08:00 08:00 - 08:30 08:30 - 09:00 09:00 - 09:30 09:30 - 10:00 10:00 - 10:30 10:30 - 1 11:00 - 1 11:30 - 1 11:45 - 12:00 12:00 - 12:30 12:30 - 13:00 13:00 - 13:15 13:15 - 13:30 13:30 - 14:00 14:00 - 14:30 14:30 - 14:45 14:45 - 15:00 15:00 - 15:30 15:30 - 16:00 16:00 - 16:30 16:30 - 16:45 16:45 - 17:15 17:15 - 17:30 17:30 - 17:45 17:45 - 18:00 18:00 - 18:30 18:30 - 19:00 19:00 - 19:30 19:30 - 19:45 19:45 - 20:00 20:00 - 20:30 20:30 - 21:009
Programme at a Glance - Saturday, May 15, 2010
Session 7 - Thyroid
Free papers 33 - 40 Key lecture - Basic Science
Endocrine Surgery in Europe
Short Oral Communications 2 - Free papers (27 - 32) Experimental Endocrine Surgery - Neuromonitoring
Session 6 - T
(in exhibition area) (in exhibition area) Coffee Break
Exhibition & Poster
Exhibition & Poster W
07:00 - 07:30 07:30 - 08:00 08:00 - 08:30 08:30 - 09:00 09:00 - 09:30 09:30 - 10:00 10:00 - 10:30 10:30 - 1 11:00 - 1 11:30 - 1 11:45 - 12:30 12:30 - 13:00 13:00 - 13:30 13:30 - 13:45 13:45 - 14:00 14:00 - 14:30 14:30 - 15:00 15:00 - 15:30 15:30 - 16:00 16:00 - 16:30 16:30 - 17:00 17:00 - 17:30 17:30 - 18:00 Programme - Thursday, May 13, 2010
UEMS Examination and Business Meetings
UEMS – Examination
ESES Executive Committee Meeting
Meeting of the ESES National Delegate Council
Division of Endocrine Surgery Meeting (UEMS)
18:45 – 20:45
Programme - Friday, May 14, 2010
08:00 – 09:30
Session 1 – Thyroid
Free papers (1-6) Jean-François Henry (France) David Scott-Coombes (United Kingdom) Five-year follow up of a randomized Marcin Barczynski S1.O1 clinical trial of bilateral subtotal
thyroidectomy versus total thyroidectomy for Graves' disease Mohamed Thaha S1.O2 Management of Graves' disease:
Change in practice over four decades (United Kingdom) Familial Nonmedullary Thyroid Andreas Hillenbrand S1.O3 Carcinoma – Clinical relevance and
prognosis. A European Multicenter StudyRealtime elastography in thyroid Christian Vorländer S1.O4 surgery - a non-invasive diagnostic tool (Germany)
for predicting dignityEarly prediction of symptomatic Bojan Kovacevic S1.O5 hypocalcemia after total
thyroidectomySurgical treatment of Hashimoto's Ivar Guldvog S1.O6 thyroiditis. Effect on antibodies and
09:30 - 10:00
(supported by Nycomed) Programme - Friday, May 14, 2010
10:00 – 11:30
Session 2 - Parathyroid
Free papers (7-12) Anders Bergenfelz (Sweden) Antonio Sitges-Serra (Spain) Martin Almquist S2.O1 Changing patterns of primary
Primary hyperparathyroidism Nadia Sorgato S2.O2 (PHP) and cardiac microvascular
abnormalities detected with Bruno Carnaille S2.O3 25-OH vitamin D3 deficiency causes
asymmetrical parathyroid hypertrophy (France)Persistent symptomatic improvement Radu Mihai (United S2.O4 at more than 12 months after
parathyroidectomy for primary hyperparathyroidismImpact of thyroid nodularity on Joaquin Gomez- S2.O5 localization studies in patients with
Ramirez (Spain) primary hyperparathyroidism (PHPT)The results of surgery for ectopic Maurizio Iacobone S2.O6 mediastinal parathyroid tumors: a
comparative study of 63 patients 11:45 – 13:00
(sponsored by: Covidien and Ethicon Endo-Surgery) Thomas Steinmüller (Germany) Thierry Defechereux (Belgium)Energy-based Ligation in Thyroid Surgery: The Ned Cosgriff (USA) value of Closed-loop Control Thyroidectomy in a teaching center: How and Bruno Carnaille why use LigaSure Precise? The adoption of ultrasonic technology in thyroid surgery: How we have implemented the use Paolo Miccoli (Italy) Endo- Surgery of Harmonic in the University of Pisa Surgical
Programme - Friday, May 14, 2010
13:15 - 14:30
Session 3 - Adrenal
Free papers (13-17) Rocco Bellantone (Italy) Michael Brauckhoff (Norway) 11C - metomidate positron emission tomography after dexamethasone Joakim Hennings S3.O1 suppression for detection of small
adrenocortical adenomas in primary aldosteronismAnn Arbor Modification of the Lee/ Barbra Miller S3.O2 ENSAT Staging System for Adreno-
(United States) cortical Carcinoma using Tumor GradeRecurrences following resection for Thomas Mussack S3.O3 adrenocortical carcinoma - Incidence
and therapeutic strategies Jesus Maria Villar S3.O4 Results of adrenal surgery. Data of a
Spanish national survey del Moral (Spain) Laparoscopic transperitoneal Roxana Ganescu S3.O5 adrenalectomy for patients with
previous abdominal surgery 14:45 – 16:45
Session 4 - Gastrointestinal Neuroendocrine Tumours
State of the Art & Free Papers Educational Clinical Lecture
Neuroendocrine Tumours of the Jejunum/Ileum
(sponsored by Ipsen and Novartis) Göran Akerström (Sweden) Guido Rindi (Italy) Guido Rindi (Italy)Ursula Plöckinger Clinical symptoms and diagnosis (Germany)Göran Åkerström Treatment of primary tumour and lymph nodes (Sweden) Bo Wängberg Treatment of liver metastases (resection, (Sweden)Kjell Öberg Systemic Therapy: Biotherapy (Somatostatin - analoga, Interferon), Radiotherapy Programme - Friday, May 14, 2010
Free papers (18-19)
Bertil Hamberger (Sweden) Bruno Carnaille (France) Surgical treatment of pancreatic Alessandro Zerbi S4.O1 endocrine tumors in Italy: results of a
prospective multicentric study of 297 sporadic casesLong term results of surgery for Caroline Lopez- S4.O2 pancreatic endocrine tumors in
Lopez (Germany) patients with MEN1 16:45 – 17:15
(Supported by Covidien) 17:15 - 17:45
Charles Proye Lecture
Henning Dralle (Germany)Minimally invasive endocrine surgery and the Paolo Miccoli (Italy) IASON GmbH
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17:45 - 19:00
Session 5 – Thyroid-Parathyroid-Adrenal
Short Oral Communications 1 (Free papers 20-26) Jean-Louis Kraimps (France) Sergi Cherenko (Ukraine) Scandinavian Quality Register for Svante Jansson S5.O1 Thyroid, Parathyroid and Adrenal
surgery- an important tool for quality assessmentIncrease in biochemical markers of bone turnover and bone mineral Alonso Santiago S5.O2 density after parathyroidectomy
in patients with primary hyperparathyroidismA fast intra-operative PTH point-of- Veronique Jarrige S5.O3 care assay on the Philips handheld
Magnotech* system (The Netherlands) Minimally invasive video-assisted parathyroidectomy (MIVAP) performed Pier Francesco S5.O4 without intraoperative PTH for
patients with positive ultrasonography Alesina (Germany) and sesta-MIBIFine needle aspiration cytology for Gianluca Donatini S5.O5 thyroid nodules is a routinary and safe
procedure? A series of emergency cervicotomies following FNAPost-Chernobyl papillary thyroid Andriy Kovalenko 18:35 – 18: 45 S5.O6 cancer in children and adolescents of
Mile Ignjatovic S5.O7 The thyroid gland in works of famous
old anatomists and great artists 19:15 – 23:30
"Stiegl Ambulanz" - Old General Hospital (Supported by Covidien) For detailed information go to page 26
Programme - Saturday, May 15, 2010
08:00 – 09:00
Session 6 – Technical Processing (Thyroid/Parathyroid)
Short Oral Communications 2 - Free papers (27-32) Thomas Clerici (Switzerland) Rumen Pandev (Bulgaria) Comparative Study between S6.O1 Conventional Open, Endoscopic, and
Wan Wook Kim Robotic Thyroidectomy in Thyroid CarcinomaProspective randomized controlled Haridimos S6.O2 study of local anesthetic wound
Markogiannakis infiltration in total thyroidectomy Evaluation of postoperative pain after S6.O3 minimally invasive video-assisted and
Thomas Rolfs conventional thyroidectomy: Results of (Germany) a prospective studyEndoscopic minimally-invasive S6.O4 thyroidectomy (eMIT): prospective
Thomas Wilhelm proof-of-concept study in humans S6.O5 Management of lymph fistulas in
Kerstin Lorenz Totally endoscopic lateral S6.O6 parathyroidectomy: is this approach
Laurent Brunaud easily reproducible? 09:00 – 10:00
General Assembly /Business meeting / New members
Henning Dralle (Germany) 10:00 - 10:30
Key Lecture - Basic Science
(Sponsored by AMGEN) Bruno Niederle (Austria)The importance of the calcium sensing receptor Edward M. Brown in parathyroid physiology and pathology 10:30 - 11:00
Programme - Saturday, May 15, 2010
11:00 - 11:45
Endocrine Surgery in Europe
Henning Dralle (Germany) Marcin Barczynski (Poland) Henning Dralle (Germany)Marcin Barczynski Endocrine Surgery in Europe: results of a (Poland)Michael Brauckhoff Perspectives for endocrine surgery today Session 7 – Thyroid
11:45 - 13:45
Experimental Endocrine Surgery - Neuromonitoring Free papers (33 - 40) Radu Mihai (United Kingdom) Ivan Paunovic (Serbia) Expression of LGALS3BP gene in thyroid tissues and peripherial blood S7.O1 lymphocytes as a potential prognostic Krzysztof
factor for high malignancy type of papillary thyroid cancer: Five–year clinical follow upBRAF V600E Mutation is Associated S7.O2 With Tumor Aggressiveness in Papillary Su-jin Kim (Korea)
Thyroid CancerImpact of pathognomonic genetic S7.O3 alterations on the prognosis of
Thomas J. Musholt papillary thyroid carcinoma Diagnostic utility of immunohisto- S7.O4 chemical panel in various thyroid
Arturs Ozolins What are normal quantitative S7.O5 parameters of intraoperative neuro-
Kerstin Lorenz monitoring (ION) in thyroid surgery? Surgical anatomy and neurophysiology of the vagus nerve (VN) for S7.O6 standardized intraoperative neuro-
Gianlorenzo Dionigi monitoring (IONM) of the inferior laryngeal nerve (ILN) during Programme - Saturday, May 15, 2010
Cont. Session 7 – Thyroid
Continuous neuromonitoring of the recurrent laryngeal nerve with the new flexible conductive bipolar loop- S7.O7 electrode: evaluation of intraoperative Michael Hermann
electrophysiological responses for the (Austria) prediction of recurrent laryngeal nerve injuryVocal cords examination by use of real S7.O8 time, high-resolution ultrasonography Marek Dedecjus
- a prospective pilot study in patients before and after thyroidectomy 13:45 - 14:15
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Thursday, May 13, 2010
18:45 – 20:45
W.A. Mozart – Sonata A-major, KV 331, Alla turca
Bruno Niederle (Austria) Chairman – Local Organising Committee Rudolf Roka (Austria) General Secretary of the Austrian Society of Surgeons
L.v. Beethoven – 6 Ecossaises, WoO 83
Henning Dralle (Germany) F. Schubert – Moment musical f-minor, D780
Emil Zuckerkandl and his period A. Grünfeld - Soirée de Vienne, op. 56
Award of the ESES Honorary membership to
Jonathan Hubbard Anthony Young (United Kingdom) (United Kingdom) F. Chopin – Prélude A major, op.28/7
Welcome reception – Come Together
Saturday, May 15, 2010
F. Schubert – Scherzo B-flat major, D593 Conferment of the UEMS-DES Examination Certificates Anders Bergenfelz (Sweden)
Antonio Sitges-Serra (Spain) Presentation of the prizes for the two
Thomas Clerici (Switzerland) "Best Posters ESES 2010" (clinical and experimental)
Kerstin Lorenz (Germany) Further information see on page 31 David Scott-Coombes (United Kingdom) (sponsored by Covidien & Ipsen Pharma) Frederic Triponez Short Presentation of the two "Best Posters" Presentation of the prize for the
National Delegates Austria "Best Presentation ESES 2010"
represented by Paul Sungler (sponsored by Covidien) Henning Dralle (Germany) Jean-François Henry (France) F. Chopin – Waltz D-flat major, op. 64/1 Pianist:
Thomas Bachleitner-Hofmann was born in 1975 in Vienna, Austria. He began his first piano lessons at the age of six. Between 1985 and 1998 Bachleitner-Hofmann studied piano at the Academy for Music and Performing Arts in Vienna with Elisabeth Dvorak-Weisshaar, Viktor Teuflmayr and Carlos Rivera. He has won several prizes at national and international piano competitions, including the 3rd prize at "The Stravinsky Awards" (USA) in 1993.
Along with his musical career Bachleitner-Hofmann attended medical school at the University of Vienna and received his training in general surgery at the Department of Surgery of the Medical University of Vienna. In 2006, he was granted a two-year research fellowship at Memorial Sloan- Kettering Cancer Center, New York (USA), returning to Vienna in 2008.
His personal and professional love for music remains with him during his continuing medical career as a surgical oncologist. Of particular significance to Bachleitner-Hofmann are the ongoing charity concerts he performs for cancer patients in Vienna.
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In the beginning of the 19th century, when this purpose was not necessary any more, the building was converted into the "EOS Lichtspieltheater", Vienna's largest cinema at that time. From 1966 on, the Vienna post office used the complex as a workshop and a garage.
In 1988 the ground breaking ceremony was celebrated. The newly built hotel opened on 1 April 1990 as Penta Hotel Wien. "Penta" has been a hotel chain of initially five (penta = five in Greek) airlines. Later it was operated only by Lufthansa. Today's Hospitality Desk used to be a Lufthansa check in counter where guests could check in their luggage right at the hotel.
In June 1993 Lufthansa sold its hotel chain "Penta" to Renaissance & Ramada International and this hotel was renamed into Renaissance Penta Vienna Hotel. In May 1997 Marriott International became the new operator. In April 2001, with the opening of the newly built Imperial Club, the hotel was renamed again and got its actual name, reminding of the imperial history.
During the planning and construction of the hotel utmost care was taken to preserve the heritage and style of the original architecture. The entrance way and the restaurant Borromäus were originally the horse stables. The imperial riding hall was converted into our Renaissance Deluxe rooms for our guests. Our themed conference and banquet rooms are all named after classical riding terminologies such as „Pirouette", „Piaffe", „Levade", „Courbette" etc. which riders used in battle to distract the enemy.
Additionally, the Horse restrainer monument, which at one time graced the roof of the Riding Hall, has been relocated into a place of reflection in the hotels garden.
Two large Equestrian paintings on the wall of the main staircase of Count Starhemberg and the Duke of Lorraine by C. Huber are on loan from History of Art museum in Vienna.
at the restaurant "Stiegl Ambulanz"
Stiegl-Ambulanz Altes AKH (UNI-Campus, Hof 1) Friday, May 14, 2010
Old General Hospital 20.30 hrs
Alserstraße 4, 1090 Vienna Departure from congress venue: 19:15
EUR 50 p.p.
Registration is mandatory in order to receive a ticket!
Dress Code: Casual
Meeting point: in front of the main entrance of the hotel 19:15 - 20:30 Historic streetcar ride 20:30 - 20:45 Arrival at „Stiegl Ambulanz" at the old general hospital 20:45 - 23:30 Buffet and music 22:30 - 00:30 Bus Shuttles from old general hospital to congress venue Historic Streetcar Ride
We will take you on your own private sightseeing tour through Vienna over the Ringstrasse, past the State Opera, the famous Secession, the Karlsplatz and many more magnificent buildings right to the Old General Hospital Vienna, A ride with a historic tram, built in the nineteen-twenties, offers a unique way to see Vienna's historical buildings. Your guided tour lasts for about one hour and starts at the congress venue - The Imperial Riding School Vienna - A Renaissance Hotel. From there it continues to the Ring Boulevard where the tram passes many famous buildings, like Urania (a observatory in art nouveau which was established by emperor Franz Joseph and which still works), the Austrian Museum of Modern Art, the Stadtpark with the Johann- Strauss-Monument and the Kursalon. Then we leave the Ring Boulevard for a side step to Karlsplatz showing you St. Charles Church (Karlskirche), Künstlerhaus, Musikverein (from where each New Year's Eve the famous concert of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra is broadcasted around the world) and the Museum of Viennese History. From there the tour continues on to the Schwarzenbergplatz with a view at the big fountain with a Soviet hero monument and a Schwarzenberg-monument. After having a look towards the Konzerthaus and the Akademietheater we come back to Ring Boulevard and pass the famous State Opera, the Goethe-Monument, the Schiller-Monument, the Museum of Fine Arts, the Maria-Theresia-Monument, the Museum of Natural History, the Parliament, the beautiful Vienna City Hall (Rathaus), the old-established Burgtheater, the Votivkirche, the old Stock Exchange-Building (Börse) and the Rossauer-casern. From Schottentor we will pass by the university and finally arrive at the "old general hospital" where we will have dinner at the "Stiegl Ambulanz", the former "Out-patient Department, Department of Surgery I, University of Vienna". Enjoy the magnificent city of Vienna from a historic tram which fits perfect to this imperial The Campus of the University of Vienna
The Campus of the University of Vienna is a very special place: because of its history as the former General Hospital, because of its architecture and its overall concept. Its neighbourhood benefits from the successful vitalisation of a historically important building and from the integration of facilities of the University of Vienna with local shops and The transformation of the former General Hospital to the Campus of the University of Vienna at the end of the 20th century is not the first rededication in the history of this building complex in the „Alservorstadt". Emperor Joseph II. (1765-1790) remodelled the large poor house which had existed since the 17th century into a General Hospital along the lines of the Hôtel Dieu in Paris. The inscription at the main entrance from the Alserstraße documents the Josephin transformation: „Saluti et solatio aegrorum – Josephus II. Augustus Anno MDCCLXXXIV" (to save and to comfort the sick - Emperor Joseph II. 1784). The large hospital (today‘s courts 1-7) was planned by the court‘s master builder Joseph Gerl (1734-1798) under the direction of the court‘s doctor and first director of the General Hospital, Joseph von Quarin (1733–1814). It was opened on August 16th, 1784. The new hospital also included a birthing house, a foundling hospital and the "madhouse" built in 1783 according to the design of Isidor Canevale (commonly known as „mad tower" or „Emperor Joseph‘s ring cake"); today it houses the Federal Pathologic-Anatomical Museum).
The buildings of the courtyards 8 and 9 are part of the expansions under Emperor Francis I. (1804-1835), as the inscription over the gate to the Garnisongasse indicates: „Saluti et solatio aegrorum Franciscus I. MDCCCXXXIV" (to save and to comfort the sick Francis I. 1834). In research, the General Hospital played an important role. Personalities of international standing of the Vienna Medical School, from Ignaz Semmelweis (1818-1865), Theodor Billroth (1829-1894) to Karl Landsteiner (1868-1943) worked here. Bus shuttle Service
For the transport back to the congress venue / The Imperial Riding School Vienna - A Renaissance Hotel we have arranged a Minibus Shuttle Service for your comfort. The shuttles will run on Friday night, May 14, 2010 from 22:30 - 00:30 hours from the Old
General Hospital to the congress venue. Please follow the signs in the courtyard 1 where our dinner venue is located to the location of the Minibus Shuttle Service stop. SiGhTSEEiNG ToURS - ACCoMPANyiNG PERSoNS
Historical Vienna Tour (Bus Tour)
Friday, May 14, 2010 09:45 hrs (pick up at 09:00 hrs at the registration desk) This tour will give you an overall impression of the most significant historical sights of Vienna. Along the Ringstrasse we show you numerous grand buildings, such as the MAK, the State Opera House, the magnificent Museum of Fine Arts with its world famous art treasures of the Habsburgs and the Natural History Museum, the cultural district the MuseumsQuartier, the Hofburg (the former Habsburg winter residence), the Parliament, the City Hall and the Burgtheater. The highlight of this tour will be a visit of the showrooms of Schönbrunn Palace, once the summer residence of the Habsburg family and home of Maria Theresia. On the way back to the opera we pass by the Belvedere Palace, the former summer residence of Prince Eugen, which houses the largest and the most precious Gustav Klimt collection in the world. City Tour ends in the city centre.
- Entrance fee Schönbrunn Castle - Duration 3 hours Following Sisi‘s Footsteps (Walking Tour)
Saturday, May 15, 2010 09:45 hrs (pick up at 09:00 hrs at the registration desk) Discover some of the delightful features of Vienna on a stroll through the city. We start our walk with a visit to the Imperial Crypt, the burial place of the Habsburgs, where Empress Elizabeth "Sisi" is also buried. Before a visit to the Hofburg Palace, the former official residence of Sisi and Franz Joseph, you have the possibility to watch the training of the world famous Lipizzaner horses. Here the tradition of the High School of Riding is still cherished. Entrance fee for the Spanish Riding School has to be paid seperately (12,-/23,- commentated performance). City Tour ends in the city centre.
- Entrance fee for Hofburg Palace and Imperial Crypt - Duration 3 hours - Entrance fee for Spanish Riding School Registration for both tours is possible at the registration desk!
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Projection and technical setting
The lecture room is equipped with data projection. It is essential that you hand over your
presentation to the technician in the lecture hall either in the morning of the day your
talk is scheduled, or not later than in the last break before your session.
Please bring a USB-stick or a CD-RoM, all formatted for Windows (PC). You may want to
carry a second disk/CD as a back-up in case there is any insoluble technical problem.
File format: Microsoft Power Point or Adobe Acrobat formatted for Windows (PC).
(Operating system: Windows XP).
Preferred Resolution: XGA (1024 x 768 pixel)
If you are a chairperson
You will find all necessary information concerning the date and time of your session again
in this Final Programme. Please be in the lecture hall at least 5 minutes prior to the start We remind you that Speakers should strictly observe timing. If you are a speaker in a session
You will find all necessary information concerning the date and time of your talk again
in this Final Programme. Please be in the lecture hall at least 5 minutes prior to the start of the Session. Make yourself known to the chairpersons in your session before the beginning of the session.
Speakers should deliver their PowerPoint presentations to the technician in the lecture hall either in the morning of the day your talk is scheduled, or not later than in the last
break before your session. Speakers are kindly asked to keep their presentation within the given time limits which also include discussion time. The local organizers once more invite you to use the chance to submit a manuscript for possible publication (rapid review process is guaranteed) in Langenbeck‘s Archive of Surgery (LAS). To achieve this please deliver your manuscript to the "ESES Recorder" or
the chairmen of your session in the lecture room on CD-ROM (and one printed issue)
prior of the session. Please do not submit the manuscript directly to LAS!
Guidelines for Speakers / Poster Presenters / Chairpersons
Best Presentation Award (sponsored by Covidien)
Friday, May 14, 2010 and Saturday, May 15, 2010
Selection of the "Best Oral Presentation" for the Best Presentation Award ESES 2010 Chair: Bertil Hamberger (Sweden) Free papers 1 - 40 - Review (National Delegates - Austria)
It is a great tradition to award a prize donated by the local organising committee for the "Best Oral Presentation" during the Biennial Congresses of ESES.
All oral presentations will be evaluated by the Best Presentation Jury (Members: National Delegates Austria) during the congress.
The award ceremony is scheduled in the closing session, Saturday, May 15, 2010,
13:45 - 14:30 hrs.
Friday, May 14, 2010 and Saturday, May 15, 2010
Poster Presentation and Discussion with the authors
Chair: Thomas Clerici (Switzerland), Kerstin Lorenz (Germany), David Scott-Coombes (United Kingdom), Frederic Triponez (Switzerland) P001 - P177 - Review (Members of the National Delegates Council)
Poster Mounting & Removal, Presence at Posters
The Posters will be on display: - Friday, May 14, 2010, 08:00 hrs - to Saturday, May 15, 2010, 14:00 hrs. The poster authors were asked to be present at their posters in the following time slots: - Friday, May 14, 2010 - 09:30 - 10:00 hrs - Friday, May 14, 2010 - 16:45 - 17:15 hrs The stated times will be used for discussion with the poster authors.
The conference staff will be able to inform you on the location of your poster. Please note that the organisers cannot assume any liability for loss or damage of posters displayed in the poster area. Please note that all posters, which are not removed on Sa- turday, May 15 will not be stored or sent to the authors after the conference. Poster Award ESES 2010 (sponsored by Covidien & Ipsen Pharma)
Out of all presented posters the best two (clinical and experimental) will be nominated by the poster jury (Members: National Delegates Council).
The award ceremony is scheduled during the closing session, Saturday, May 15, 2010,
13:45 - 14:30 hrs.
The two best posters will be presented orally during the award ceremony.
All abstracts which were selected for Oral Presentations during the ESES 2010 congress were published in the Langenbeck‘s Archives of Surgery (LAS), Volume 395, Number 4, April 2010 , pages 471 - 485. All abstracts which were selected for Poster Presentations, as well as the abstracts for the Educational Clinical Lecture, the Charles Proye Lecture and the Key Lecture were published in the congress abstract book.
Participants will receive their name badges from the conference registration desk. Since only registered participants will be permitted to attend scientific sessions, the exhibition and poster areas, you are kindly asked to wear your badge when entering the congress venue. Please note that admission to scientific sessions is strictly restricted to participants wearing their badges. Exhibitors without a full congress registration and accompanying persons are not entitled to attend the scientific sessions. Lost badges can be replaced at the registration desk. However, a handling fee will be charged.
Snacks and drinks may be purchased at the hotel bar on the ground floor during congress Certificate of Attendance
Confirmations of attendance will be issued at the registration desk. CME Credits
The ESES has applied for credits at the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Education Institution of the UEMS. As per date of printing the result is still pending. The number of credits will figure on the respective confirmation, which will be sent to you after the meeting. The rules of the EACCME state that participants are kindly asked to fill in the feedback form included in the conference bag. It can be returned to the registration desk.
Refreshments will be served free of charge to participants wearing name badges in the exhibition area.
You will receive a lunch box before the start of the Lunch Symposium in the exhibition area which you can take with you to the lecture room. Exhibition opening hours
Thursday, May 13, 2010 18:45 – 21:00 hrs Friday, May 14, 2010 08:00 – 19:00 hrs Saturday, May 15, 2010 08:00 – 14:00 hrs Hotel and Tours
If you have booked an ESES Package please contact the staff at the registration desk for questions regarding your hotel booking. The staff at the registration desk will also be able to hand out information concerning Vienna, e.g. for the booking of individual sightseeing There is WIFI access in the exhibition and poster area of the congress venue. Please get your password and login at the registration desk. The official language of the congress will be English (no simultaneous translation).
Registration Desk opening hours
Thursday, May 13, 2010 16:00 – 19:00 hrs Friday, May 14, 2010 07:30 – 19:00 hrs Saturday, May 15, 2010 07:30 – 14:00 hrs ESES 2010 is a "No-smoking-Conference". Please note that smoking is only allowed in designated areas of the "The Imperial Riding School - A Renaissance Hotel". Smoking generally has been banned from all public buildings. Restaurants and bars may, depending on size, be declared either as "smoking" or "no-smoking" locations or have separate areas and ventilation systems.
Should you have any questions, congress staff, recognizable by a yellow badge, will be pleased to help you.
Bank services - Money matters
Banks are open from 8.30 – 12:30 and from 13:30 – 15:00, Monday to Friday. Some banks are also open on Thursday afternoons until 17:30 hrs. Cash machines (ATMs), which accept all major international bank cards, are available throughout the city. The currency of Austria is the Euro (€). Major credit cards are widely accepted, but please always check Car Parking
For parking your private car there is a parking garage at the congress venue, see costs Lump sum tickets Unit prices 24 hour ticket EUR 26,00 10 hours conference ticket EUR 16,00 All further hours EUR 2,30 The official currency of Austria is the Euro (EUR). 1 EUR = 1,36 USD = 0,88 GBP = 126,46 JPY = 1,43 CHF as per date of printing.
Tap water in Austria is of high quality and suitable for drinking. Eating out in Vienna
Vienna has a broad variety of local and international restaurants, many of them located in the old city and in the vicinity of the conference venue. Electricity Supply
220V - 50Hz AC. Adaptors can be obtained from your hotel reception or electronic stores.
Emergency Phone Number
The phone number to dial for emergencies is 112.
GSM cell phone roaming
GSM cell/mobile phone roaming is available for all major international providers. It is advisable to ask your provider beforehand which roaming company in Austria offers the cheapest tariffs.
In registering for the ESES 2010 participants agree that neither the organising committee nor the congress office assume any liability whatsoever. Participants are requested to make their own arrangements for health and travel insurance.
The Austrian National Health Service may be used by all persons from European Union countries who have the E111 Form (EHIC - Electronic Health Insurance Card). This form/ card should be obtained at the health service or post office of the visitor‘s home country before travelling to Austria. It is advisable for participants from countries outside the European Union to take out medical insurance before reaching Austria, since they will be charged for access to the national health system.
Medicines that do not require a medical prescription may be purchased over the counter. If you need advice, do not hesitate to ask the pharmacist. If you usually take medication, it is advisable to bring a sufficient amount with you for your trip. There are duty pharmacies open 24 hours a day. Outside each pharmacy there is a list of the nearest duty pharmacies, or you may ask at your hotel reception for more information.
Shops in Vienna are generally open between 09.00 and 18.00 hrs Mon-Fri, and between 09.00 and 12.00 on Saturdays. Some shops are open until 19.00 Mon-Fri and until 17.00 on Saturdays. Shops are usually closed on Sundays, except for a few establishments with special permits.
(Please remember that the registration fee for accompanying persons includes a 72 hour ticket for the public transport system in Vienna). Vienna has an excellent public transport system which is very effective and inexpensive. Tickets are available from machines at underground stations (maestro debit cards accepted), at news agent's, or at Vienna Transport Authority's ticket offices. Tickets bought in advance are cheaper and must be punched in a blue ticket cancelling machine on the tram or bus, or at the barrier before boarding the underground train.
Single trip tickets can be used for any single trip within Vienna. You may change lines (and switch between bus, tram, underground, or urban train), but you may not interrupt your journey. Ticket price: EUR 1.80 when bought in advance; EUR 2.20 when bought in the means of transport.
The 24-hour pass is valid throughout Vienna for exactly 24 hours from the time it is punched. The 48-hour pass is valid throughout Vienna for exactly 48 hours from the time it is punched. The 72-hour pass is valid throughout Vienna for exactly 72 hours from the time it is punched. Price: EUR 13.60 The 8-day ticket is valid for any eight days, not necessarily eight consecutive days. It is a rover ticket, which means you can travel all around Vienna. You can also use the ticket for several people travelling together. Simply punch one strip for each person in the group. Price: EUR 28.80 Week-pass is valid from Monday to Monday, 09.00 hrs. Price: EUR 14.00 A taxi is the most comfortable way of getting around the city but also the most expensive. They are identifiable by their roof-sign which is lit when available. Prices must be displayed inside the cab and meters (which are compulsory in all cabs) will indicate the fare. There are Taxi ranks throughout the city, but calling is often your best option. Please address the hotel reception desk. Travelling from and to the Airport
Vienna International Airport is located 13 kilometres south east of Vienna.
Rapid Train Railway The rapid train railway line S7 takes you directly from the airport to the hotel / congress venue (get of at station "Rennweg"). The price for a one way ticket is EUR 3,60. CAT - City Airport Train The CAT runs every 30 minutes and takes 16 minutes. It is covered from 6:05 hrs to 00:05 hrs (Airport to City) and from 5:38 hrs to 23:38 hrs (City to Airport). Tickets may be purchased online (EUR 8.00 single or EUR 15.00 return), from ticket machines at the airport/station (EUR 9.00 single or EUR 16.00 return) or on board (EUR 12.00 single). From ‘Wien Mitte' you can take the tram line O direction Migerkastraße and get off at Ungargasse / Neulinggasse (two stops).
Taxi fares to the conference venue are about EUR 35.00 and take around 25 minutes. There is a taxi rank outside the airport terminal. Night-time fees are slightly higher.
A value-added tax (V.A.T.) of generally 20% is applied to most products and services (a 10% V.A.T. applies on e.g. books, food and a few other items). The V.A.T. is included in the displayed price.
The organiser can not be held liable for losses, personal injury, property damage or additional expenditure due to changes for whatever reason. Participants are requested to obtain information about health and travel insurance.
VOR, Teleatlas Map Public Transport
Exhibition Information / List of Exhibitors
Vienna Medical Academy Alser Str. 4, 1090 Wien Contact person: Mirjam Uebelhör Tel: 0043/1 405 1383 16 / 0043/ 650 812 8555 (onsite) Setup of exhibition:
Thursday, May 13, 2010 from 09:00 – 16:00 hrs; all construction works must be finished on Thursday, May 13, 2010 at 16.00 hrs, no more construction work is allowed after that. The congress will be officially opened on Thursday, May 13, 2010 at 18.45 hrs with an opening session in the lecture hall and a consequent welcome cocktail in the exhibition Dismantling of exhibition:
Dismantling is possible on Saturday, May 15, 2010, 15:00 – 18:00 hrs, subsequent to a farewell cocktail in the exhibition area. Please strictly do not make any noise by packing up your material or dismantling the stand construction before the end of the last session as the lecture hall is right next to the exhibition area. Exhibition Service Desk / Registration Desk – Check in
Exhibitors and their contractors should check-in at the Exhibition Service Desk / Registra- tion Desk upon arrival at the congress venue to receive further instructions. opening hours Exhibition Service Desk / Registration Desk:
Thursday, May 13, 2010 09.00 – 19.00 hrs Exhibition Service Desk / Registration Desk Friday, May 14, 2010 07.30 – 19.00 hrs Registration Desk / Exhibition Service Desk Saturday, May 15, 2010 07.30 – 18.00 hrs Registration Desk / Exhibition Service Desk List of exhibitors (in alphabetical order as by date of printing)
Covidien Austria Dr. Langer Medical Erbe Elektromedizin Ethicon Endo-Surgery Europe (a Johnson&Johnson company) Inomed Medizintechnik Pfizer Corporation Austria SIRTEX Medical Europe / THP Medical Products Storz - Karl Storz Endoskopie bei Akromegalie und NET
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