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XXXVIII
Annual Meeting
Italian Association for the Study of the Pancreas (AISP)
September 18th- 20th 2014
Bologna
Savoia Hotel Regency
XXXVIII Annual Meeting
Italian Association for the Study of the Pancreas (AISP)
September 18th- 20th 2014
Istituto Superiore di Sanità
Ministero della Salute
Associazione Italiana Gastroenterologi &
Endoscopisti Digestivi Ospedalieri
National Research Council of Italy
SIGE
patronages
with the patronage of
XXXVIII Annual Meeting
Italian Association for the Study of the Pancreas (AISP)
September 18th- 20th 2014
F. Minni
President of the Congress
R. Pezzilli
AISP Governing Board
President: R. Pezzilli
Secretary: G. Capurso
Councilors: G. Butturini
M. Cantore
N. Funel
G. Boz
C. Pasquali
AISP Scientific Commettee
G. Butturini
M. Cantore
G. Capurso
N. Funel
G. Boz
C. Pasquali
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L. Calculli
G. Ercolani
A. D. Pinna
A. Pirazzoli
D. Santini
C. Serra
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PERSONALITY
Honorary President of the Congress
XXXVIII Annual Meeting
Italian Association for the Study of the Pancreas (AISP)
September 18th- 20th 2014
Andriulli Angelo, S. G. Rotondo
Balzano Gianpaolo, Milano
Biasco Guido, Bologna
Billi Paola, Bologna
Boz Giovanni, Aviano
Buscarini Elisabetta, Crema
Butturini Giovanni, Verona
Buzzi Natalia, Roma
Calculli Lucia, Bologna
Campa Daniele, Heidelberg
Campra Donata, Torino
Cannizzaro Renato, Aviano
Cantore Maurizio, Massa Carrara
Canzian Federico, Heidelberg
Capurso Gabriele, Roma
Cascinu Stefano, Ancona
Cavestro Giulia Martina, Milano
Cingarlini Sara, Verona
Costa Pier Lorenzo, Forlì
Costamagna Guido, Roma
Crippa Stefano, Ancona
De Angelis Claudio, Torino
Del Chiaro Marco, Stoccolma
Delle Fave Gianfranco, Roma
Di Sebastiano Pierluigi, Chieti
Ercolani Giorgio, Bologna
Frulloni Luca, Verona
Funel Niccola, Pisa
Gabbrielli Armando, Verona
Giovannetti Elisa, Amsterdam
Golfieri Rita, Bologna
Jovine Elio, Bologna
Macchia Gabriella, Campobasso
Maissoneuve Patrick, Milano
Malleo Giuseppe, Verona
Mambrini Andrea, Massa
Carrara
Manfredi Riccardo, Verona
Mariani Alberto, Milano
Marotta Francesco, Milano
Melisi Davide, Verona
Pagano Nico, Bologna
Panzuto Francesco, Roma
Partelli Stefano, Ancona
Pasquali Claudio, Padova
Pezzilli Raffaele, Bologna
Rabitti Pier Giorgio, Napoli
Reni Michele, Milano
Rizzato Cosmeri, Heidelberg
Zamboni Giuseppe, Verona
Zatelli Maria Chiara, Ferrara
Zerbi Alessandro, Milano
Faculty
Faculty
XXXVIII Annual Meeting
Italian Association for the Study of the Pancreas (AISP)
September 18th- 20th 2014
Dear Colleagues,
this is the third and the last National Meeting of my tenure as President of AISP. It will held
in Bologna at the Savoia Hotel Regency easily accessible and within walking distance from the
center of my charming and historical town covered by the arcades for almost 40 kilometres: in
the summertime they are a perfect refuge from the sun and in the cold seasons a perfect refuge
from the rain. In the past these arcades were made of wood, nowadays they are all made of
stone, except for one, the arcade of Casa Isolani in Strada Maggiore, which still remains of
wood. The arcades of Bologna became favourite destination for men of letters and sciences and
for young students coming from the countryside: this population growth created the necessity of
exploiting the open space of the city.
It is time to thank all of you for choosing me as President of our Association and my special
thank is for the members of Governing Board of the AISP for helping me in this extraordinary
scientific adventure. At same time, I will deliver to the new president an association
scientifically valid, internationally respected and economically health. Even if the AISP is an
old association, mostly of its members are young and I would modify the sentence of Camille
Corot, one of the great figures of French realism, to describe our members “Its is important to
have the genius at thirty years and talent at sixties”.
This year the topics of the congress will be challenging. According to our mission to promote
and encourage the development of science and health in the Pancreatology field, I’m trying
to keep a high scientific standard of our National Meeting. Of course, this is possible to the
support of the companies who continue to believe in our initiatives and which are giving
enthusiastically their support My hope is that there will be four days of intensive and
enthusiastic work.
Hot topics of our meeting will include the management of patients with pancreatic
neuroendocrine tumors, exocrine pancreatic insufficiency treatment, dietary risk and diabetes
mellitus in pancreatic cancer, new techniques for endoscopic diagnosis and treatment of
autoimmune pancreatitis and much more. A special initiative is the consensus conference for the
severe acute pancreatitis Italian guide lines on Thursday.
I am expecting lively discussions and I hope to revitalize relationships that are precursor for
future collaborations.
Finally, I would to thank all of you that have supported me in this fantastic scientific
adventure.
A warm welcome to all of you in Bologna!
Raffaele Pezzilli
XXXVIII Annual Meeting
Italian Association for the Study of the Pancreas (AISP)
Thursday 18 th September
Chairmen: G. Balzano, R. Pezzilli, A. Zerbi
10.00-18.00Consensus of Italian guidelines on severe acute
13.30-14.30Buffet lunch
16.00-16.15Coffee break
Chairmen: A. Mariani, A. Gabbrielli
18.00-18.30 Lecture: Prevention of acute pancreatitis: stents or
drugs? (G. Costamagna)
19.00-19.30 Open ceremony
19.30 Welcome Buffet
PROGRAM
pancreatitis
•Definitions and diagnostic procedures for the work up
(D. Campra)
Discussion
•Conservative treatment (G. Capurso)
Discussion
•Interventional treatment (R. Golfieri)
Discussion
XXXVIII Annual Meeting
Italian Association for the Study of the Pancreas (AISP)
Friday 19 th September
Chairmen: G. Capurso, R. Pezzilli
08.30-09.00AISP trials: state of the art
•Neoadjuvant trial (G. Balzano)
•Familial pancreatic carcinoma (M. Del Chiaro)
•Pancreatological personalized medicine (Pancreas
Per Me) (G.M. Cavestro)
•Italian registry of cystic lesions of the pancreas
(R. Pezzilli, E. Buscarini)
Chairmen: A. Andriulli, P. Billi
09.00-10.00ORAL COMMUNICATIONS
PROGRAM
•Portal Vein Circulating Tumor Cells Predict Liver
Metastases in Patients with Resectable Pancreatic
Cancer.
M. Bissolati (Milano)
•Downstaging of Liver Metastases from Pancreatic
Ductal Adenocarcinoma Following Neoadjuvant
Chemotherapy: a New Indication for Resection?
E. Sebastiani (Ancona)
•Phase Ib Trial of Nab-Paclitaxel plus Gemcitabine,
Capecitabine, And Cisplatin In Patients With Stage
Iii Pancreatic Adenocarcinoma.
M. Reni (Milano)
•Neutrophil-Lymphocyte Ratio Is A Simple And
Important Marker Of Poor Prognosis In Patients
With Metastatic Pancreatic Cancer.
M. Piciucchi (Roma)
•Enhanced Proteolytic Processing of Chromogranin A
Predicts Overall Survival in Patients with Pancreatic
Adenocarcinoma.
C. Belli (Milano)
•Stage III Pancreatic Ductal Adenocarcinoma
(PDA): 10-year Experience With Combination
Chemotherapy.
G. Balzano (Milano)
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Italian Association for the Study of the Pancreas (AISP)
Friday 19 th September
Chairmen: C. De Angelis, F. Marotta
10.00-11.00Round Table. When the rumor is tumor, the answer is
“not always” cancer: Autoimmune pancreatitis
•The traditional imaging (R. Manfredi)
•EUS evaluation (N. Pagano)
•Pathological aspects (G. Zamboni)
Discussion
Chairmen E. Buscarini, R. Cannizzaro
replace clinical evaluation? (C. De Angelis)
11.30-11.45 Coffee break
Chairmen: G. Biasco, L. Frulloni
11.45-12.45 ORAL COMMUNICATIONS
PROGRAM
11.00-11.30 Lecture: EUS in chronic pancreatitis: can imaging
•A ssessment of Circulating miRNA Levels: Could
Be Used For Implementation of Pancreatic Cancer
Screening Program?
A. Piepoli (San Giovanni Rotondo)
•Occurrence of Epithelial-To-Mesenchymal Transition
(EMT) In Pancreatic Cancer.
A. Gallioli (Milano)
•Genotoxic Stress Causes Deregulation Of EMT
Transcription Factors Expression In PDAC Cells.
I. Passacantilli (Roma)
•W hole Transcriptome Sequencing And Copy Number
Analysis of Pancreatic Cancer: Prognostic Role of
SMAD4 and SMAD3 Loss Activity.
E. Grassi (Bologna)
•SMAD-4 Related And Unrelated Soluble Factors
and Exosomes Co-Operate In Determining PDAC
Immunoevasion.
A. Aita (Padova)
XXXVIII Annual Meeting
Italian Association for the Study of the Pancreas (AISP)
Friday 19 th September
•Hypoexpression of Galectin-4 Inhibits Invasive
Behavior of Primary Pancreatic Adenocarcinoma Cells
And Is Associated With Modulation of Wnt/β-catenin
Signalling And Reduced Lymph Node Metastasis.
N. Funel (Pisa)
12.45-13.05Lecture: Exocrine pancreatic function in elderly.
(G.M. Cavestro)
Chairmen: C. Pasquali, G. Ercolani
•Evaluation of A Checklist for Rapid Evaluation of
Exocrine Pancreatic Insufficiency.
R. Pezzilli (Bologna)
•A zathioprine in autoimmune pancreatitis.
A. Massella (Verona)
Chairmen: G. Boz, M. Cantore
13.25-14.25Lunch and Poster round
Chairmen: F. Canzian, R. Pezzilli
PROGRAM
13.05-13.25ORAL COMMUNICATIONS
14.25-15.00 Italian Chapter of PANDORA: last news (D. Campa, C.
Rizzato)
Chairmen: G. Butturini, E. Jovine
15.00-15.40
ORAL COMMUNICATIONS
•Patterns of Recurrence After Resection of IPMN:
Who, When and How?
G. Marchegiani (Verona)
•Ethanol Lavage Of Pancreatic Cystic Lesions: Crazy
Or Possible Treatment?
A. Facciorusso (Foggia)
•R isk of Overtreatment in Patients with Main
Pancreatic Duct Dilatation and Suspected Combined/
Main-Duct IPMNs.
I. Pergolini (Ancona)
XXXVIII Annual Meeting
Italian Association for the Study of the Pancreas (AISP)
Friday 19 th September
•3.0-T Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Predicting
Subtypes of IPMN and Invasive IPMN.
R. Graziani (Milano)
Chairmen: G. Delle Fave, R. Cannizzaro
15.40-17.10Symposium AISP-ITANET. PNETS: Non surgical
17.10-17.25
Coffee break
Chairmen: G. Delle Fave, P. Di Sebastiano
17.25-17.50Lecture: Avoidable mortality in pancreatology
(N. Buzzi)
17.50-18.50 ORAL COMMUNICATIONS
PROGRAM
treatment
•The antiproliferative effects of long acting
somatostatin analogue: the Clarinet study
(R. Cannizzaro)
•Target therapies: behind and beyond everolimus
(F. Panzuto)
•Novel target therapies (S. Cingarlini)
•In vivo models as a platform for the discovery of
new therapies in the PNETs (M.C. Zatelli)
•Automated Protein Scoring in pancreatic tumoral
pathologies Analyses and evaluation of EGFR and Ki67 (N. Funel)
•More Than One Million Italians Have Actually
An Asymptomatic Pancreatic Cyst. A Nationwide
Population-based study on Pancreatic Cyst Prevalence.
F. De Luca (S. Marino)
•Short and Long-Term Safety of Novel Indications for
Pancreatic Islet Autotransplantation.
F. Aleotti (Milano)
XXXVIII Annual Meeting
Italian Association for the Study of the Pancreas (AISP)
Friday 19 th September
•Primary Tumor Resection Is Associated With An
Improved Survival in Patients with Pancreatic
Neuroendocrine Liver Metastases: Results From an
European MultiCentric Study.
S. Partelli (Ancona)
•Neuroendocrine Pancreatico-Duodenal Tumors in
Multiple Endocrine Neoplasia Type 1 Syndrome: 38
Years of Experience in a Single Centre.
A. Milanetto (Padova)
•The Role of Combined 68Ga-DOTATOC and
18F-FDG PET/CT in the Management of Patients
with Pancreatic Neuroendocrine Tumors.
A. Maurizi (Ancona)
•R ole of EUS-FNA and 68 Ga-Somatostatin Analogues
PET/CT In Patients with Pancreatic Lesions
Identified by CT and Suspected to be Neuroendocrine
Tumors (PNETs).
R. Zecchini (Reggio Emilia)
18.50-19.50 AISP GENERAL ASSEMBLY
20.30 Social Dinner
XXXVIII Annual Meeting
Italian Association for the Study of the Pancreas (AISP)
Saturday 20 th September
Chairmen: P.L. Costa, P.G. Rabitti
08.30-09.30 ORAL COMMUNICATIONS
•L ong-Term Outcome of Patients with Renal Cell
Carcinoma Metastatic to the Pancreas.
G. Malleo (Verona)
•One Hundred And Seventy-Three Robot-Assisted
Pancreatic Resections.
M. Palmieri (Pisa)
•Negative Drain Amylase Assay after
Pancreatoduodenectomy (PD) Does Not Mean
Absence of Pancreatic Fistula: Complementary Role of
C-Reactive Protein.
M.R. Angiolini (Milano)
•Microscopic Residual Tumor after PancreaticoDuodenectomy For Cancer. Preliminary Results Of A
Multicentric Prospective Randomized Trial.
G. Nappo (Roma)
•Distal Pancreatectomy Associated with Multivisceral
Resection: Results from a Single Centre Experience.
F. Panzeri (Verona)
•Postoperative Outcomes of an Evidence
Based Enhanced Recovery Protocol After
Pancreaticoduodenectomy.
E. Feliciotti (Ancona)
Chairmen: S. Cascinu, R. Pezzilli
09.30-11.00 Joint symposium AISP - AIOM – AIRO.
From the first line treatment to medical palliation for
unresectable pancreatic adenocarcinoma: an evidence
based approach.
•The first therapeutic approach to unresectable
pancreatic cancer (D. Melisi)
•The best therapeutic approach after failure of first line
XXXVIII Annual Meeting
Italian Association for the Study of the Pancreas (AISP)
Saturday 20 th September
treatment (S. Cascinu)
•The radiotherapy (G. Macchia)
•The nutritional support in the course of palliative
therapy (A. Mambrini)
•In vivo models as a platform for the discovery of new
therapies in the exocrine pancreatic neoplasms
(E. Giovannetti)
•L aser microdissection (LMD) in pancreatic
adenocarcinoma tissues; its application for genetic
analyses (N. Funel)
11.00-11.15 Coffee break
Chairmen: G. Boz , G.M. Cavestro
11.15-12.00 Diet, diabetes and risk of pancreatic cancer
•Dietary risk factors and protective factors
(L. Frulloni)
•Diabetes true risk factor or confounding factor
(P. Maissoneuve)
•Superfoods: what evidence for the prevention
(F. Marotta)
Chairmen: G. Balzano, A. Zerbi
12.00-12.30 Face to face - Treatment of the remnant pancreas after
pancreatic head resection: early and late results
•Pancreogastro anastomostis (G. Malleo)
•Pancreatojejunostomy (S. Crippa)
12.30-12.45New device in pancreatic surgery: the cable winch
retractor (S. Partelli)
XXXVIII Annual Meeting
Italian Association for the Study of the Pancreas (AISP)
Saturday 20 th September
Chairmen: L. Calculli, M. Del Chiaro
12.45-13.25ORAL COMMUNICATIONS
• 3D Tissue-Engineered Models of PDAC Based On
Primary Cancer Cells And Synthetic Scaffolds: A
Profit Step Towards The In Vivo Models.
C. Ricci (Pisa)
•Convergence and Cooperativity Between EGFR,
TGFβ, Insulin and S100A8/A9 Signaling in Pancreatic
Ductal Adenocarcinoma (PDAC).
D. Bozzato (Padova)
•Immunohistochemical and Molecular Markers
as Prognostic Parameters in Pancreatic Ductal
Adenocarcinoma (PDAC).
L. Alessandrini (Padova)
•Survivin-Expressing Poxviral Vaccine For Pancreatic
Ductal Adenocarcinoma.
D. Liberati (Milano)
Chairmen: G. Capurso, R. Pezzilli
13.25-13.40 CONCLUSIONS AND ECM TEST, WINNERS
OF THE AISP GRANTS ENTITLED TO FABIO
GIAMBRUNO AND PIETRO AQUILANTE.
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Italian Association for the Study of the Pancreas (AISP)
September 18th- 20th 2014
Posters
posters
1. Epidermal Growth Factor (EGF) Chronic Stimulation Causes
Smad4-Dependent Signaling Bypass in Pancreatic Ductal
Adenocarcinoma (PDAC).
S. Moz (Padova)
2. Identification Of Endocrine/Metabolic Biomarkers Associated To
Early Pdc In A Transgenic Mouse Model.
V. Pasquale (Milano)
3. Fasting Cycles Potentiates The Efficacy Of Gemcitabine Treatment
In In Vitro And In Vivo Pancreatic Cancer Models.
V. Pazienza (San Giovanni Rotondo)
4. Modeling Interactions Between Human Equilibrative Nucleoside
Transporter-1 And Other Factors Involved In The Response To
Gemcitabine To Predict The Clinical Outcome Of Pancreatic
Ductal Adenocarcinoma.
F. Tavano (San Giovanni Rotondo)
5. Primary Leiomyosarcoma of the Pancreas: Report of a Case
Treated by Local Excision.
A.C. Milanetto (Padova)
6. A Neuroendocrine Pancreatic Tumor associated with a Cerebral
Neurofibroma in a Young Patient.
L. Moletta (Padova)
7. Nesidioblastosis Coexisting with Islet Cell Tumor in Adult with
Hypoglycemia Syndrome.
V. Beltrame (Padova)
8. Unusual Imaging of Pancreatic Metastasis:Tumor-to-Tumor
Metastasis.
R. Graziani (Milano)
9. The Challenge of Differential Diagnosis of Solid Pancreatic
Lesions in Von Hippel-Lindau. Case Report.
A. Zilli (Milano)
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Italian Association for the Study of the Pancreas (AISP)
September 18th- 20th 2014
Posters
10. An u nusual pancreatic mass diagnosed by EUS-guided fine-needle
aspiration.
F. Antonini (Fermo)
11. Retention Cyst within Pancreatitis Can Represent a Pitfall on
Imaging of Cystic Lesions of the Pancreas.
S. Gobbo (Verona)
12. Vitamin D in Patients With Chronic Benign And Malignant
Pancreatic Diseases: A Pilot Study.
R. Pezzilli (Bologna)
13. Quality Of Life In Patients With Chronic Asymptomatic
Pancreatic Hyperenzymeemia.
R. Pezzilli (Bologna)
14. Single-Center Prospective, Cohort Study of the Natural History
of Acute Pancreatitis.
G.M. Cavestro (Milano)
15. Spectrum of Magnetic Resonance Imaging Findings in Pancreatic
and Other Abdominal Manifestations of Von Hippel-Lindau
Disease in a Series of 23 patients: a Pictorial Review.
R. Graziani (Milano)
16. Pancreatic cancer in the Reggio Emilia Province: synergic
integration between Multidisciplinary Team and Specialised
Register.
S.Cassetti (Reggio Emilia)
17. Pancreatic Cystic Lesions Are More Frequent In Cirrhotic
Patients Than In Controls And Their Presence Is Associated With
Disease Duration And HCV. G.
G. Zerboni (Roma)
18. The Prevalence Of Colorectal Polyps, But Not Of Adenomas, Is
Increased In IIPMN Patients As Compared To Controls.
N. Panic (Roma)
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September 18th- 20th 2014
Posters
19. Serum Markers Of Myocardial Damage In Acute Pancreatitis. A
Prospective Time Course Study.
R. Pezzilli (Bologna)
20. BAG3 As A Serum Biomarker For Differential Diagnosis And Early
Detection Of Pancreatic Ductal Adenocarcinoma.
A. Rosati (Salerno)
22. Impact of Pancreatic Diseases on General Gastroenterology
Consultations.
I. Parzanese (Milano)
posters
21. Is There Any Correlation Between Autoimmune Pancreatitis and
Aortitis?
R. Vergari (Ancona)
23. High Rate Of Recurrence Of Acute Biliary Pancreatitis Is Related With
Lack Of Appropriate Treatments.
M. Signoretti (Roma)
24. Rehydration before and after Celiac Plexus Neurolysis
Echoendoscopyc Ultrasound-guided: is it necessary?
A. Facciorusso (Foggia)
25. Autoimmune Pancreatitis (AIP) associated to Nephritis and Aortic
Arteritis:3.0-T Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Diagnosis and Follow-up.
R. Graziani (Milano)
26. Preoperative Serum CA 19-9 > 1000 u/ml: Another Prognostic Factor
or a Contraindication to Surgery?
G. Capretti (Milano)
27. Aspirin Use is Associated with Later Onset in Pancreatic Cancer Patients.
L. Archibugi (Roma)
28. Pancreatic Non-Functioning Neuroendocrine Tumors as Incidental
Pathological Finding.
A. C. Milanetto (Padova)
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September 18th- 20th 2014
Posters
29. Efficacy And Complications of Celiac Plexus Neurolysis
Echoendoscopyc Ultrasound-Guided In Cancer Pain.
A. Facciorusso (Foggia)
30. Pancreatic Neuroendocrine Tumor and ileal carcinoid in acromegaly.
Multiglandular involvement in non-MEN 1 patient.
V. Liço (Padova)
31. Insulinoma: Still a Challenge in Diagnosis and Therapy?
F. Lapolla (Foggia)
32. Diagnosis and Management of Ampullary Lesions: When to Perform
Surgical Ampullectomy.
B. Fiore (Milano)
33. Biliary Fistula After Pancreatic Surgery: Incidence and Clinical
Consequences.
F. Muffatti (Milano)
34. Surgical Treatment of Non-Ampullary Duodenal Neoplasm.
F. Uccelli (Milano)
35. A Prospective Single-Center Study Comparing Laparoscopic And
Robotic Distal Pancreatectomy.
I. Damoli (Verona)
36. Role of Computed Tomography and Percutaneous Drainages
In The Postoperative Management Of Patients Undergoing
Pancreaticoduodenectomy: Experience In 241 Patients.
M. Madonini (Milano)
37. A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Spleen-Preserving
Distal Pancreatectomy with Preservation or Ligation of the Splenic
Artery and Vein.
C. Tamburrino (Ancona)
38. Meta-Analysis of Randomized Controlled Trials Comparing
Pancreaticojejunostomy Versus Pancreaticogastrostomy
Reconstruction After Pancreaticoduodenectomy.
A. Baldoni (Ancona)
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September 18th- 20th 2014
Posters
39. Comparison of a Clinical Risk Score and Amylase in
Drains Based Model in Predicting Pancreatic Fistula after
Pancreaticoduodenectomy.
G. Belfiori (Ancona)
40. A Comparison of Laparoscopic and Open Distal Pancreatectomy
about the Occurrence of Pancreatic Fistula. A Mono-insitutional
Cross-Match Study.
J. Nifosi (Milano)
41. Reliability and Accuracy of the Preoperative Diagnosis and
Staging of Pancreatic and Periampullary Neoplasms Undergoing
Surgical Resection.
A. Piccioli (Ancona)
42. Resection of 436 Vessels during Pancreatectomy.
N. Napoli (Pisa)
43. Total Pancreatectomy For Main Duct IPMN: Indications And
Outcomes.
B. Fiore (Milano)
44. Assessment Of A Complication Risk Score And Study Of
Complication Profile In Laparoscopic Distal Pancreatectomy.
G. Malleo (Verona)
45. Techniques for Pancreatectomy Plus Resection of Major
Peripancreatic Arteries: an Appraisal of 101 Arterial Resections.
E. Kauffmann (Pisa)
46. Pallation With Ablative Ethanol Therapy Of Pancreatic
Inoperable Cancer.
A. Facciorusso (Foggia)
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Via del Pilastro 2
40127 Bologna
Tel. 051 3767777- Fax 051 3767700
Data
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Location
INFORMAZIONI
Italian Association for the Study of the Pancreas (AISP)
September 18th- 20th 2014
Come raggiungere la sede congressuale
In auto: S ia da Milano, Firenze, Padova, e Ancona, immettersi nella
tangenziale di Bologna e prendere l’uscita 9. Il Savoia
Hotel Regency si trova nelle immediate vicinanze (100-200
metri), direzione Granarolo dell’Emilia. Gli ospiti hanno a
disposizione un ampio parcheggio gratuito.
In treno: Stazione Centrale di Bologna - circa 7 km dall’hotel.
In aereo: Aeroporto G. Marconi di Bologna - circa 11 km dall’hotel.
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INFORMAZIONI
Italian Association for the Study of the Pancreas (AISP)
September 18th- 20th 2014
Il congresso è stato accreditato da ideA-Z Project in progress S.r.l.
presso il Programma Nazionale di Educazione Continua in Medicina
del Ministero della Salute col codice ECM 335-99577 Ed.1 e dà diritto
a n. 10.5 crediti
Le professioni e discipline accreditate sono le seguenti Farmacista
(Farmacia
ospedaliera,
Farmacia
territoriale);
Psicologo
(Psicoterapia, Psicologia); Medico Chirurgo (Gastroenterologia,
Chirurgia Generale, Oncologia, Anatomia patologica, Anestesia e
Rianimazione, Endocrinologia, Farmacologia e Tossicologia Clinica,
Malattie Metaboliche e Diabetologia, Medicina Interna, Medicina
Nucleare, Patologia Clinica (laboratorio di analisi chimico-cliniche
e microbiologia), Psichiatria, Radiodiagnostica, Radioterapia,
Allergologia e Immunologia clinica, Genetica Medica, Medicina e
Chirurgia di accettazione e di urgenza, Pediatria, Biochimica clinica,
Laboratorio di genetica medica, Medicina Generale (medici di
famiglia), Pediatri (pediatri di libera scelta)
iscrizioni
La partecipazione all’evento è gratuita per i Soci AISP in regola con
la quota per l’anno 2014.
Le istruzioni per l’iscrizione all’AISP sono disponibili sul sito
www. aisponline.it
Per i NON Soci AISP, la quota è di euro 325,00 + IVA corrente.
L’iscrizione dà diritto a:
− partecipazione ai lavori congressuali
− coffee breaks
− light lunch
− cena sociale del 19 settembre
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modalitÀ d’iscrizione
L’iscrizione al congresso potrà essere effettuata scaricando la
relativa scheda dal sito www.aisponline.it e inviandola, debitamente
compilata, alla Segreteria Organizzativa.
Il pagamento potrà essere effettuato tramite bonifico bancario o
addebito su carta di credito.
I soci AISP, per cui la partecipazione congressuale è gratuita devono
comunque iscriversi al congresso non appena possibile, per permettere
una migliore gestione organizzativa del congresso stesso.
abstract
INFORMAZIONI
Italian Association for the Study of the Pancreas (AISP)
September 18th- 20th 2014
Gli Abstracts del convegno verranno pubblicati sulla rivista “Minerva
Gastroenterologica e Dietologica” e sono scaricabili gratuitamente dal sito
della rivista www.minervamedica.it/en/journals/gastroenterologiadietologica
comunicazioni
Le comunicazioni orali dovranno avere una durata di 7 minuti + 3
minuti di discussione.
premi
Le migliori comunicazioni scientifiche inviate e presentate da autori con
età inferiore ai 35 anni saranno premiate con una Travel Fellowship per
la partecipazione al congresso annuale dell’European Pancratic Club..
XXXVIII Annual Meeting
poster
INFORMAZIONI
Italian Association for the Study of the Pancreas (AISP)
September 18th- 20th 2014
All’interno della Sede Congressuale sarà allestita l’area poster.
I poster dovranno essere collocati negli appositi spazi numerati
(dimensione massima: 70 cm. di base per 100 cm. di altezza; formato
richiesto: verticale).
CENTRO SLIDES
Il materiale relativo alle relazioni e alle comunicazioni orali dovrà
essere caricato su chiavetta USB e consegnato al Centro Slides
allestito presso la Sede del Congresso almeno 2 ore prima dell’inizio
della Sessione.
SEGRETERIA
La segreteria in sede congressuale sarà aperta nei seguenti orari:
- giovedì 18 settembre dalle ore 08.30 alle ore 19.00
- venerdì 19 settembre dalle ore 07.30 alle ore 19.00
- sabato 20 settembre dalle ore 07.30 alle ore 14.30
BADGE
L’accesso ai luoghi scientifici sarà consentito esclusivamente agli
iscritti al Congresso in possesso del badge identificativo che sarà
rilasciato dalla segreteria organizzativa.
Il badge dovrà essere mostrato al controllo degli ingressi al personale
in loco ogni qualvolta ne verrà fatta richiesta.
XXXVIII Annual Meeting
Italian Association for the Study of the Pancreas (AISP)
September 18th- 20th 2014
PLATINUM SPONSOR
SILVER SPONSOR
Si ringrazia inoltre
A.Menarini Diagnostics S.r.l
AGPHARMA S.r.l
Biotron S.r.l
Ipsen S.p.A
Lauretana S.p.A
Leica Microsystems Srl
Meridian Bioscience Europe S.r.l
Norgine Italia S.r.l
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