Preliminary Detailed Programme

Wednesday, December 4, 2019

PRE-CONGRESS COURSES

08:00–12:30

 

Presurgical Diagnosis of Deep Infiltrating Endometriosis (DIE) by Transvaginal Sonography (TVS) – potential and limits – with live scan of deep infiltrating endometriosis

Chairs: C. Exacoustos, H. Krentel

08:00–08:15  

Welcome and introduction
C. Exacoustos, H. Krentel

08:15–08:35  

Why should a surgeon use TVS? 40 years of scanning and surgery – a retrospective view
J. Keckstein (Villach, Austria)

08:40–09:10  

Diagnosis of adenomyosis by 2D and 2D TVS – accuracy of hard and soft markers
C. Exacoustos (Rome, Italy)

09:15–09:35  

Diagnosis and differential diagnosis of ovarian disease – typical and atypical features in TVS
S. Helmy (Vienna, Austria)

09:40–10:00  

Diagnosis of DIE affecting the urinary tract – bladder and ureteral disease
H. Krentel (Duisburg, Germany)

10:05–10:25  

Break

10:25–10:45  

TVS-based diagnosis of colorectal DIE – the surgeon's and the sonographer's view
G. Hudelist (Vienna, Austria)

10:50–11:10  

Presurgical classification of DIE – the IDEA proposal
C. Exacoustos (Rome, Italy)

11:15–11:35  

Presurgical and surgical classification of DIE using the IDEA and ENZIAN proposal – which system should we use?
J. Keckstein (Villach, Austria)

11:40–12:20  

Live ultrasound examination of DIE
C. Exacoustos (Rome, Italy)

13:30–18:00

 

Endometriosis School

Chairs: K. W. Schweppe, M. Sillem

13:30–13:35  

Welcome and introduction
M. Sillem (Mannheim, Germany)

13:35–14:00  

Actual concepts in the pathogenesis of endometriosis, endometriosis related pain and endometriosis related infertility
S. Mechsner (Berlin, Germany)

14:00–14:25  

Diagnosis of peritoneal disease, endometrioma and deep infiltrating endometriosis
J. Drahoňovský (Prague, Czech Republic)

14:25–14:50  

Staging of endometriosis: r-ASRM and ENZIAN
J. Keckstein (Villach, Austria)

14:50–15:15  

How to diagnose and treat adenomyosis in patients with endometriosis
H. Krentel (Duisburg, Germany)

15:15–15:40  

Malignancy – arising in endometriosis and associated with endometriosis
U. A. Ulrich (Berlin, Germany)

15:40–16:00  

Break

16:00–16:30  

Surgery – the first line therapy of endometriosis, with special references to indications, techniques and complications
M. Sillem (Mannheim, Germany)

16:30–17:00  

Complications of surgical procedures treating severe endometriosis – preventions and management
R. Rothmund (Bern, Switzerland)

17:00–17:30  

Management of endometriosis in patients with infertility
B. Seeber (Innsbruck, Austria)

17:30–18:00  

Update in medical treatment of endometriosis related pain and a possible prophylaxis of endometriosis
T. Römer (Köln, Germany)

 
 

Thursday, December 5, 2019

A1

08:00–08:30

 

Opening Ceremony

08:00–08:10  

The Congress President
R. Chvátal

08:10–08:20  

The President of EEL
E. Oral

08:20–08:30  

Honorary Chair of the congress
J. Keckstein

08:30–12:30

 

Live surgery – part I

Chairs: R. Chvátal, R. Rothmund, A. Bokor

08:30–10:30  

Nerve – vessel sparing segmental resection for DIE (ÚPMD Prague)
G. Hudelist (Vienna, Austria)

   

Hysterectomy in adenomyosis with laparoscopic in-bag morcellation (ÚPMD Prague)
H. Krentel (Duisburg, Germany)

10:30–12:30  

Sacral roots endometriosis along with a disc excision procedure on the rectum (Bordeaux broadcasting)
H. Roman (Bordeaux, France)

   

Snacks and coffee continuously during session

12:30–13:30

 

Industry Satellite Symposium (A3)

13:30–17:00

 

Live surgery – part II

Chairs: M. Sillem, U. A. Ulrich, R. Pilka

13:30–15:15  

The technique of rectal shaving in patients with DIE (Clermont Ferrand broadcasting)
N. Bourdel (Clermont Ferrand, France)

15:15–17:00  

Radical resection of DIE with bowel involvement (Avelino broadcasting)
M. Malzoni (Avelino, Italy)

   

Radical surgery for bladder endometriosis (ÚPMD Prague)
J. Drahoňovský, J. Hanáček (Prague, Czech Republic)

   

Osada procedure for adenomyosis (ÚPMD Prague)
R. Chvátal (Znojmo, Czech Republic), L. Wanderer (Austria)

   

Snacks and coffee continuously during session

17:00–18:00

 

Interdisciplinary approach, Complications

Chairs: T. Usta, S. D. Schäfer

17:00–17:15  

Management of complications after radical surgery for DIE
G. Hudelist (Vienna, Austria)

17:15–17:30  

Aggressive surgery in deep infiltrating endometriosis: a conflict between radicality and morbidity
R. Rothmund (Bern, Switzerland)

17:30–17:40  

Small leaks can sink big ships – early diagnosis and management of anastomotic dehiscence
T. Birsan (Austria)

17:40–17:50  

Urological complications of deep endometriosis surgery – risk factors and therapy
P. Klézl (Prague, Czech Republic)

17:50–18:00  

Bowel surgery for DIE – the general surgeon's view
L. Havlůj (Czech Republic)

18:00–19:00

 

EEL General Assembly

19:00–20:00

 

EEL Advisory Board Meeting

 

A2

08:30–10:30

 

Basic research, Endometriosis theory

Chairs: S. Mechsner, A. Netter

08:30–08:50  

Evolutionary and functional aspects of uterine hypercontractility in the development of archimetrosis (adenomyosis and endometriosis)
G. Leyendecker (Darmstadt, Germany)

08:50–09:00   Role of microRNA in endometriosis
S. D. Schäfer (Münster, Germany)
09:00–09:10  

Circulating endometrial cells: a tool in endometriosis diagnostics and therapy management
I. Kiss (Czech Republic)

09:10–09:20  

Lymph node endometriosis: From the perspective of a pathologist
J. Lenz (Czech Republic)

09:20–09:30  

Morphological aspects of “endometriotic neuropathy”
J. Lenz (Czech Republic)

09:30–09:40  

The Role of Gamma-Synuclein in the pathogenesis of endometriosis
N. Csibi (Hungary)

09:40–09:50  

Anti-inflammatory cytokines in endometriosis
M.-Q. Li (Shanghai, China)

09:50–10:00  

IL-2 and IL-27 synergistically promote growth and invasion of ESCs by maintaining the balance of IFN-γ and IL-10 in endometriosis
X.-M. Qiu (Shanghai, China)

10:00–10:10  

Peritoneal macrophages in endometriosis show an increased M2 response and reduced plasticity
Q. Hudson (Vienna, Austria)

10:10–10:20  

NANOG, SOX2, SSEA-1, VEGF-Receptor2 and c-Kit expression in the ectopic endometrium of endometriosis. May they identify stem cells niches?
M. Sbracia (Rome, Italy)

10:20–10:30  

Narratives of pain and illness by women with endometriosis
M. Dabis (Budapest, Hungary)

10:30–11:00

 

Coffee break

11:00–12:30

 

Supportive measures and alternative treatment

Chairs: C. Exacoustos, G. Leyendecker

11:00–11:20  

Alternative Methods in the Management of Chronic Pelvic Pain in Patients with Endometriosis
H. J. Greten (Heidelberg, Germany)

11:20–11:35  

Multimodal pain therapy in patient with endometriosis
S. Mechsner (Berlin, Germany)

11:35–11:50  

TCM in management of endometriosis
J. Bednář (Brno, Czech Republic)

11:50–12:05   Science or junk? – The hidden rationale of chinese medicine
H. J. Greten (Heidelberg, Germany)
12:05–12:20  

Physiotherapy in the management of endometriosis
L. Chuchutová (Prague, Czech Republic)

12:20–12:30  

Hello Lucy! Your best friend on hard days!
A. Salamon (Budapest, Hungary)

12:30–13:30

 

Industry Satellite Symposium (A3)

13:30–16:00

 

Hormonal treatment

Chairs: C. Becker, R. Hudeček

13:30–13:50  

Debate: First choice – OC or progestins? Progestins
T. Römer (Köln, Germany)

13:50–14:10  

Debate: First choice – OC or progestins? OC
E. Oral (Istanbul, Turkey)

14:10–14:30  

Discussion – progestins or OC?
T. Römer, E. Oral, B. Seeber, C. Becker, A. Horne, R. Hudeček

14:30–14:50  

What is the evidence for post-operative hormonal therapy for the prevention of recurrence?
B. Seeber (Innsbruck, Austria)

14:50–15:10  

Long term down regulation with GnRHa prior to IVF in endometriosis patients
C. Becker (United Kingdom)

15:10–15:30  

The future of hormonal therapy in endometriosis
A. Horne (United Kingdom)

15:30–15:40  

Long acting GnRH antagonist versus surgery in endometriosis recurrence after previous surgery: A five years controlled trial. Is surgery obsolete?
F. Scarpellini (Rome, Italy)

15:40–15:50  

Utilization and discontinuation patterns of hormonal endometriosis treatments in Europe depending on diagnostic methods – Results from the VIPOS Study
K. Becker (Berlin, Germany)

15:50–16:00  

A randomized controlled trial: danazol versus GnRH analog as pre-treatment before IVF in women with endometriosis
M. Sbracia (Rome, Italy)

16:00–16:30

 

Coffee break

16:30–18:00

 

Certification, Qualification, Quality control

Chairs: H. Tinneberg, T. Römer

16:30–16:45  

The Certification System of SEF and EEL – Experience and future developments
M. Sillem (Mannheim, Germany)

16:45–17:00  

The certification system in the United Kingdom
C. Becker (United Kingdom)

17:00–17:15  

​What constitutes a centre of expertise in endometriosis?
L. Hummelshoj (United Kingdom)

17:15–17:30  

EEL European Masterclass
H. Krentel (Duisburg, Germany)

17:30–17:40  

Certification of endometriosis specialists – why and how
S. D. Schäfer (Münster, Germany)

17:40–17:50  

Training strategy in endometriosis surgery
S. Rimbach (Germany)

17:50–18:00  

QS ENDO Real: A Stiftung Endometrioseforschung (SEF) Study on the reality of endometriosis care in Germany, Austria and Switzerland
S. Vingerhagen Pethick (Drammen, Norway)

 
 

Friday, December 6, 2019

A1

07:30–08:30

 

EEL Executive Board Meeting

08:30–10:30

 

Video session I: Endometriosis – different surgical approach, Atypical locations

Chairs: M. S. Hansen, S. Khazali

08:30–08:45  

Extensive ovarian disease
U. A. Ulrich (Berlin, Germany)

08:45–09:00  

Radical surgery for different locations of DIE
M. Mueller (Bern, Switzerland)

09:00–09:15  

Diaphragm, inguinal lesions, sacral roots endometriosis
H. Roman (Bordeaux, France)

09:15–09:30  

Robotic surgery for deep infiltrating endometriosis – where are we right now?
T. Usta (Istanbul, Turkey)

09:30–09:40  

Surgery for deep endometriosis affecting urinary tract
J. Drahoňovský (Prague, Czech Republic)

09:40–09:50  

Hysteroscopic treatment of large cystic adenomyosis
H. Krentel (Duisburg, Germany)

09:50–10:00  

Circulating Endometrial Cells in women with spontaneous pneumothorax
V. Bobek (Prague, Czech Republic)

10:00–10:10  

Difficult hysterectomy in a patient with intractable pelvic pain unresponsive to previous surgeries
G. Basol (Istanbul, Turkey)

10:10–10:20  

The Surgical Treatment of Deeply Infiltrative Endometriosis Involving the Left Sciatic Nerve
M. Trhlík (Zlín, Czech Republic)

10:20–10:30  

Endometriosis of the urinary bladder and appendix
M. Němec (Frýdek-Místek, Czech Republic)

10:30–11:00

 

Coffee break

11:00–12:30

 

Video session II: Radical surgery for bowel endometriosis

Chairs: M. Mueller, J. Drahoňovský

11:00–11:15  

Discoid resection for bowel endometriosis
H. Roman (Bordeaux, France)

11:15–11:30  

Shaving technique for bowel endometriosis with the use of ICG
N. Bourdel (Clermont Ferrand, France)

11:30–11:45  

Nerve and vessel sparing tubular segmental resection of the rectosigmoid
G. Hudelist (Vienna, Austria)

11:45–12:00  

NOSE-colectomy versus conventional bowel resection in the treatment of colorectal DIE
A. Bokor (Budapest, Hungary)

12:00–12:08  

Modifications of bowel surgery – avoiding linear staplers and mesorectal flap
J. Hanáček (Prague, Czech Republic)

12:08–12:16  

Resection of bowel endometriosis – do we always need staplers?
P. Fehr (Chur, Switzerland)

12:16–12:23  

A Novel Method of Laparoscopic Bowel Resection for Colorectal Endometriosis
A. S. Constantin (Frankfurt, Germany)

12:23–12:30   Surgical treatment of colorectal endometriosis: outcome of different surgical techniques and possible complications
V. Simedrea (Timisoara, Romania)

12:30–13:30

 

Industry Satellite Symposium (A3)

13:30–14:00

 

Keynote Lecture

Chairs: A. Bokor, C. Becker

   

Endometriosis biomarkers: can co-development in academia-industry partnerships result in new and robust non-invasive diagnostic tests?
T. D'Hooghe (Belgium)

14:00–15:30

 

Obstetrical complications of endometriosis

Chairs: J. English, E. F. Solomayer

14:00–14:15  

Delivery after radical surgery for DIE – experience from Bern
M. Mueller (Bern, Switzerland)

14:15–14:30  

Delivery after radical surgery for DIE – experience from Linz
P. Oppelt (Linz, Austria)

14:30–14:45  

Obstetrical complications in patients with DIE
C. Exacoustos (Rome, Italy)

14:45–15:00  

Pregnancy outcome after surgical management of colorectal DIE
R. Brubel (Budapest, Hungary)

15:00–15:10  

Online register for complications after delivery in patients with endometriosis
P. Oppelt (Linz, Austria)

15:10–15:20  

Postpartum hemoperitoneum due to bleeding in the broad ligament-casereport
L. Wanderer (Melk, Austria)

15:20–15:30  

Sigmoid Colon Perforation in Term Pregnancy – Case Report
D. Driák (Neratovice, Czech Republic)

15:30–16:00

 

Coffee break

16:00–17:30

 

Endometriosis and neuropelveology

Chairs: J. Keckstein, G. Hudelist

16:00–16:15  

Diagnostic aspect and presurgical evaluation of pelvic nerves involvement
M. S. Hansen (Aarhus, Denmark)

16:15–16:30  

Anatomical aspects of the pelvic nerves involvement
E. F. Solomayer (Homburg, Germany)

16:30–16:45  

Diagnosis and management of sciatic endometriosis
J. D. English (Den Haag, The Netherlands)

16:45–17:00  

Education in Neuropelveology: Preparing for the tiger territory
S. Khazali (Chelsea, United Kingdom)

17:00–17:15  

Neurological aspects of endometriosis-related visceral pain
A. Forman (Aarhus, Denmark)

17:15–17:30  

Discussion

 

A2

08:30–10:30

 

Endometriosis scoring system & Diagnostics of endometriosis

Chairs: S. Renner, P. Oppelt

08:30–08:45  

Why classify endometriosis?
H.-R. Tinneberg (Giessen, Germany)

08:45–09:00  

Ultrasound: Classification of Endometriosis with ENZIAN and/or more. Before and after surgery!?
C. Exacoustos (Rome, Italy)

09:00–09:15  

Surgery: From r-ASRM to #ENZIAN
J. Keckstein (Villach, Austria)

09:15–09:30  

Non-invasive biomarkers for endometriosis
C. Becker (United Kingdom)

09:30–09:40  

E-QUSUM – A system to make classification more precise?
J. Metzemaekers (The Netherlands)

09:40–09:50  

Preoperative assessment/documentation of clinical findings, ultrasound, MRI and more
S. Enzelsberger (Austria)

09:50–09:58  

Deep endometriosis assessment on ultrasound and MRI – comparison based on cEnzian classification system
L. Hašlík (Prague, Czech Republic)

09:58–10:06  

Deep endometriosis assessment on ultrasound and MRI as defined by international deep endometriosis analysis (IDEA) group – diagnostic accuracy study
T. Indrielle-Kelly (Czech Republic)

10:06–10:14  

Recto-sigmoideal endoscopic ultrasonography is accurate in diagnosis of deep infiltrative endometriosis of rectal and sigmoid wall
M. Němec (Frýdek-Místek, Czech Republic)

10:14–10:22  

Learning curve for the detection of deep infiltrating endometriosis and adenomyosis with three-dimensional rectosonography
C.-A. Philip (Lyon, France)

10:22–10:30   Rectosigmoid deep infiltrating endometriosis – A comparison of sonographic and perioperative assessment of distance from the anal verge
M. K. Aas-Eng (Oslo, Norway)

10:30–11:00

 

Coffee break

11:00–11:55

 

Endometriosis – a progressive disease? Discussion

Chairs: M. Sillem, H. Krentel

11:00–11:15  

Pro
S. Mechsner (Berlin, Germany)

11:15–11:30  

Contra
D. Hornung (Karlsruhe, Germany)

11:30–11:45  

Natural growth of deep colorectal endometriosis nodules
A. Netter (Marseille, France)

11:45–11:55  

Discussion
M. Sillem (Mannheim, Germany), H. Krentel (Duisburg, Germany), S. Mechsner (Berlin, Germany), D. Hornung (Karlsruhe, Germany), A. Netter (Marseille, France), L. Hummelshoj (United Kingdom)

11:55–12:30

 

Different topics

Chairs: M. Sillem, H. Krentel

11:55–12:02   Amelioration of quality of life after laparoscopic-colectomy for colorectal DIE
N. Dobó (Budapest, Hungary)
12:02–12:09  

Laser treatment of endometrioma: Comparison a diode laser (DWLS) vs bipolar electrocoagulation for achieving haemostasis
V. Kovacevic (Subotica, Serbia)

12:09–12:16  

Cervical Endometriosis: A Case Report
M. D. Eşkin Tanrıverdi (Ankara, Turkey)

12:16–12:23  

Adhesion reduction with 4DryField®PH in endometriosis and other gynecological surgeries: a controlled, retrospective, single center study with second-look laparoscopy
N. Ziegler (Oldenburg, Germany)

12:23–12:30  

Adhesion prevention in endometriosis surgery using 4DryField® PH – a prospective, randomized, controlled clinical trial
B. Krämer (Tübingen, Germany)

12:30–13:30

 

Industry Satellite Symposium (A3)

14:00–15:30

 

DIE related infertility, surgery or ART?

Chairs: J. Donnez, E. Oral

14:00–14:15  

Is there a place for surgery of deep endometriosis before IVF?
M. Nisolle (Liège, Belgium)

14:15–14:30  

DIE and infertility: ART first
O. Shebl (Vienna, Austria)

14:30–14:45  

DIE and pregnancy wish in challenging circumstances: a custom-made strategy
H. Roman (Bordeaux, France)

14:45–15:00  

Pregnancy rates in women with endometriosis undergoing IVF: an update
B. Seeber (Innsbruck, Austria)

15:00–15:15  

Fertility outcomes in women experiencing severe complications after surgery for colorectal endometriosis
E. Saridogan (London, United Kingdom)

15:15–15:30  

Does EFI score allow arbitrage?
C. Tomassetti (Belgium)

15:30–16:00

 

Coffee break

16:00–17:30

 

Fertility Preservation in Endometriosis

Chairs: M. Nisolle, B. Seeber

16:00–16:15  

Fertility preservation in endometriosis: Techniques, Indications, results
I. Chanavaz-Lacheray (Bordeaux, France)

16:15–16:30  

Fertility preservation in women with severe endometriosis
J. Donnez (Louvain, Belgium)

16:30–16:45  

Do frozen oocytes allow pregnancies?
A. Cobo (Spain)

16:45–17:00  

Fertility preservation: for all, for some, for none?
L. Benaglia (Italy)

17:00–17:30  

Social egg freezing and endometriosis FP: is there a difference? Debate in European countries according to their laws
All speakers

 
 

Saturday, December 7, 2019

A1

08:30–10:30

 

Adenomyosis

Chairs: H. Krentel, N. Bourdel

08:30–08:45  

Diagnosis of adenomyosis – from clinical symptoms to 3D ultrasound
C. Exacoustos (Rome, Italy)

08:45–09:00  

Surgical therapy in focal and diffuse adenomyosis
J. Keckstein (Villach, Austria)

09:00–09:15  

Medical therapy of adenomyosis and its perspectives
E. Oral (Istanbul, Turkey)

09:15–09:30  

The use of augmented reality for adenomyosis
N. Bourdel (Clermont Ferrand, France)

09:30–09:42  

Hysterectomy in adenomyosis-endometriosis: when and how
G. Pados (Thessaloniki, Greece)

09:42–09:54  

Simultaneous fibroids and now
S. Renner (Böblingen, Germany)

09:54–10:04  

Reproductive results of patients with fertility saving procedures for adenomyosis
M. Mára (Prague, Czech Republic)

10:04–10:14  

Adenomyosis and IVF, from the evidence based approach
B. Urman (Turkey)

10:14–10:22  

Hysteroresectoscopic uterine biopsy in patients with adenomyosis
L.-K. Lauterbach (Duisburg, Germany)

10:22–10:30  

Possibilities of minimally invasive approach in the treatment of adenomyosisin the office settings
L. Mikulášek (Prague, Czech Republic)

10:30–11:00

 

Coffee break

11:00–12:20

 

Malignant transformation of endometriosis

Chairs: H. Roman, R. Chvátal

11:00–11:15  

Malignant transformation of endometriosis – ovary
U. A. Ulrich (Berlin, Germany)

11:15–11:30  

Malignant transformation of endometriosis – uterus
P. Oppelt (Linz, Austria)

11:30–11:50  

Malignant transformation of endometriosis from genetic and pathological aspects – videoconference
A. Ayhan (Japan)

11:50–12:10  

Endometriosis and malignancy from the epidemiological aspect
​M. Kvaskoff (France)

12:20–13:30

 

Award session and closing remarks

Chairs: E. Oral, R. Chvátal, J. Drahoňovský, L. Hummelshoj

12:20–12:30  

Designation of Honorary President of EEL
J. Keckstein, A. Hackethal

12:30–12:50  

Oration of Honorary President of EEL
H. Tinneberg

12:50–13:00  

Oral and poster presentation award
H. Krentel

13:00–13:10  

Presentation of EEC 2021
E. Oral

13:10–13:20  

Presentation of WEC 2020
L. Hummelshoj

13:20–13:30  

Closing remarks
R. Chvátal, J. Drahoňovský

 

A2

08:30–10:30

 

Free communications

Chair: D. Hornung

08:30–08:40  

Risk of bowel fistula following surgical management of deep endometriosis of the rectosigmoid: a series of 1,102 cases
H. Roman (France)

08:40–08:50  

Associations between pain symptoms and disease extent in deep infiltrating endometriosis
G. Hudelist (Vienna, Austria)

08:50–09:00  

Retrospective evaluation of endometriosis patients from my department with regard to pregnancy and delivery
S. D. Schäfer (Münster, Germany)

09:00–09:10  

Consequences of untreated deep endometriosis affecting urinary tract – our surgical outcomes
M. Fanta (Prague, Czech Republic)

09:10–09:18  

Adhesions in endometriosis and endometriosis surgery
I. Vlachodimitris (Germany)

09:18–09:26  

Treatment of Endometriosis in peri- and postmenopausal women
Q.-K. Le (Münster, Germany)

09:26–09:36  

Functional outcomes after disc excision in deep endometriosis of the rectum using transanal staplers with LARS and BENS scores
C. Klapczynski (Rouen, France)

09:36–09:46  

Postoperative stenosis following segmental resection or disc excision for deep endometriosis infiltrating the rectosigmoid: a retrospective comparative study
S. Braund (Rouen, France)

09:46–09:56  

Relationship between patient age and disease features in a prospective cohort of 1,560 women affected by endometriosis
E. Stochino-Loi (Rouen, France)

09:56–10:06  

Transrectal High-intensity focused ultrasound (HIFU) for the management of rectosigmoid Deep Infiltrating Endometriosis: Results of phase I clinical trial
G. Dubernard (Lyon, France)

10:06–10:14  

Surgical management of urinary tract endometriosis: a one year longitudinal multicenter study in 31 French hospitals in 2017
C.-A. Philip (Lyon, France)

10:14–10:22  

Outcomes of surgical treatment for urogenital endometriosis
A. Popov (Moscow, Russian Federation)

10:22–10:30  

Endometriosis in an Episiotomy Scar and in Labium Minus: Two Case Reports
F. T. Selcuki (Istanbul, Turkey)

10:30–11:00

 

Coffee break

11:00–12:10

 

Ovarian endometriosis

Chairs: C. Exacoustos, M. Fanta

11:00–11:15  

Ovarian endometriosis and surgery: a challenge for the gynaecologist
J. Donnez (Louvain, Belgium)

11:15–11:30  

Update on ovarian endometriosis
M. Rius (Barcelona, Spain)

11:30–11:45  

Laparoscopic management of endometriotic cyst and ovarian damage: how to avoid
G. Pados (Thessaloniki, Greece)

11:45–12:00  

3-step laparoscopic surgery for giant endometrioma: Combination of intracorporeal and extracorporeal technique
E. C. Gundogdu (Istanbul, Turkey)

12:00–12:10  

The prevalence of endometrioma and associated malignant transformation in women over 40 years of age
E. Oral (Istanbul, Turkey)

 

updated on November 14, 2019

CONGRESS SECRETARIAT
GUARANT International spol. s r. o.
Na Pankráci 17, 140 21  Prague 4
Czech Republic
Phone: +420 284 001 444
E-mail: eec2019@guarant.cz