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Belgian Section for Hepatobiliary and Pancreatic Surgery

  • Category: BSHBPS
  • Published: Monday, 01 September 2014 10:59
  • Written by BSHBPS Webmaster
  • 01 Sep

 

 RBSS.be - Journal

 

 

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Aim and focus

The Belgian Section of HepatoBiliary and Pancreatic Surgery - BSHBPS - aims to improve surgical education, training, research, innovation

and the quality of care for patients in the management of HPB disorders. 

 

Belgian HPB Tour 2021

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BSHBPS Board

 

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Previous meeting

 

21st POST GRADUATE BSHPBS COURSE  and 5th INTERNATIONAL LIVING DONOR LIVER TRANSPLANTATION CONGRESS 

"EXCELLENCE THROUGH VERSATILITY" 

October 15-16, 2021, Hotel Le Plaza, Brussels, Belgium

Register at https://www.ildlt2021.org/

 

XXthPOST GRADUATE BSHPBS COURSE - THINKING OUT OF THE BOX -

Date: Thursday, 11th MARCH 2021, from 5.00 to 8.00 pm

Format: WEBINAR HYBRID POSTGRADUATE COURSE - Recording of this webinar is now available for watching on demand. 

 

SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM

Session I: LIVER

Moderators: A. Vanlander - T. Chapelle - B. Van den Bossche 

17:00   Management of colorectal cancer with synchronous liver metastases                                                                                          D. Germanova, ULB

17:25   Management of resectable CRLM not responding to systemic chemotherapy and the role of hilar lymphadenectomy                A. Dili, CHU-UcL Namur

17:50   Minimally invasive vs open liver resections: where are we now? The Belgian experience                                                            V. Lucidi, ULB

18:20   Round table discussion

 

 

 

Session II: PANCREAS

Moderators: N. Meurisse - N. Messaoudi - F. Berrevoet - G. Roeyen 

18:30    Oligometastatic pancreatic cancer: ever candidates for resection?                                                                                               G. Sergeant, JZH Hasselt

18:55    Vascular resection in pancreatic cancer surgery                                                                                                                            J . Geers, UZ Leuven

19:20    Left Pancreatectomy                                                                                                                                                                      B. Van den Bossche, ASZ

19:45    Round table discussion

 

 

 

Ongoing research and trials

MIMIPAC-trial: Progression-free Survival After MWA Plus Durvalumab and Tremelimumab for Unresectable Locally Advanced Pancreatic Cancer

This phase-2 monocenter non-randomized prospective clinical trial evaluates the effectiveness of minimally invasive microwave ablation plus immunotherapy for unresectable non-metastatic locally advanced pancreatic cancer.

Principal Investigator: Prof. Baki Topal, UZ Leuven

For registration or participation visit: https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT04156087 

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