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COLORECTAL SURGERY
Plan To Attend the January 2020 International Colorectal Web Meeting
Cases Presented in December 2019

Cases Presented in November 2019

Make plans to attend the next International Colorectal Web Meeting on Thursday, January 16, 2020, starting at 10:00 am ET US (GMT/UTC-5) / 8:00 am MT US. The monthly web meetings are sponsored by The Hendren Project and hosted by expert moderators Andrea Bischoff, M.D., Alberto Peña, M.D., and Luis De La Torre, M.D., from Colorado Children's Hospital. Several challenging cases will be presented. Join your peers in offering suggestions for treatment, asking questions of the presenting surgeons, and taking polls to test your perspectives of the cases being presented. Summaries of the monthly patient cases presented are provided by Julie E. Schletker, M.S.N., A.P.R.N., F.N.P.-B.C., Children's Hospital Colorado, Aurora, CO. 

Recent Web Meeting Patient Case Summaries and Videos

FETAL SURGERY
View the Lecture on "Surgery for Hyperinsulinism" by N. Scott Adzick, MD
Dr. Adzick's Presentation

Panel Discussion and Patient Case Reviews

A 2-day international symposium sponsored by Children's Hospital of Philadelphia examined innovative advances in the field of hyperinsulinism, including recent genetic breakthroughs and therapeutic innovations. It also featured a mini-symposium that explored the controversies surrounding neonatal hypoglycemia. The purpose of the symposium was to enhance the management skills and practice of endocrinologists, metabolism specialists, neonatologists, surgeons, pathologists, radiologists, geneticists, and nurses, as well as basic scientists interested in islet cell biology.

N. Scott Adzick, M.D., editor of THP Fetal Surgery, presented a lecture entitled Surgery for Hyperinsulinism, which was followed by a panel discussion.

The Hendren Project is honored to present Dr. Adzick's lecture and the panel discussion.

THP WEBINARS
THP Webinar on Multidisciplinary Approaches to Vascular Anomalies: Successfully Treating Verrucous Venous Malformation

Plan to attend the next webinar on Multidisciplinary Approaches to Vascular Anomalies, Wednesday, December 11, 2019, starting at 10 am ET (UTC-5) / 9 am CT / 8 am MT / 7 am PT on The Hendren Project. The webinar will focus on two complex patient cases of Verrucous Malformation. There is no cost for THP members to attend the webinar.

Visit recent webinars in this series.

COLORECTAL SURGERY
Plan To Attend the November 2019 International Colorectal Web Meeting
Cases Presented in October 2019

Cases Presented in September 2019

Make plans to attend the next International Colorectal Web Meeting on Thursday, November 21, 2019, starting at 10:00 am ET US (GMT/UTC-4) / 8:00 am MT US. The monthly web meetings are sponsored by The Hendren Project and hosted by expert moderators Andrea Bischoff, M.D., Alberto Peña, M.D., and Luis De La Torre, M.D., from Colorado Children's Hospital. Several challenging cases will be presented. Join your peers in offering suggestions for treatment, asking questions of the presenting surgeons, and taking polls to test your perspectives of the cases being presented. Summaries of the monthly patient cases presented are provided by Julie E. Schletker, M.S.N., A.P.R.N., F.N.P.-B.C., Children's Hospital Colorado, Aurora, CO.  Recent Web Meeting Patient Case Summaries and Videos

COLORECTAL SURGERY
View Patient Cases from the July 2019 International Colorectal Web Meeting
Video Summary of Cases Presented in July 2019

Video Summary of Cases Presented in June 2019

COLORECTAL SURGERY
View Patient Cases from the June 2019 International Colorectal Web Meeting
Video Summary of Cases Presented in June 2019

Video Summary of Cases Presented in May 2019

THP WEBINARS
THP Webinar in Multidisciplinary Approaches to Vascular Anomalies: Exploring Fibro-adipose Vascular Anomaly

If you missed the latest webinar in Multidisciplinary Approaches to Vascular Anomalies, visit The Hendren Project online version of the presentations. The webinar asked, "When does a complex malformation exhibit enough clinical, radiographical, and pathologic uniqueness to be classified as its own new vascular anomaly?"
 
Fibro-adipose vascular anomaly (FAVA) achieved this distinction just a few years ago and remains a great challenge for the vascular anomalist to diagnose, evaluate, and treat.
 
View the case-based discussions as "MAVA takes on FAVA" with special guests Pat Burrows, MD (Internationally Renowned Pediatric Interventionalist), and Harry Kozakewich, MD (Director of Pathology, Boston Children’s, Harvard Medical School).
Access the online version

THP WEBINARS
THP Webinar in Multidisciplinary Approaches to Vascular Anomalies: In-depth Case Report of a Patient with a Blue Rubber Bleb Nevi Followed for 12 Years

If you missed this special webinar, you can visit the summary, major takeaways, and edited video by topic in the Multidisciplinary Approaches to Vascular Anomalies (MAVA) section of the website. Consider submitting a patient case for a future webinar in this continuing series. Register to receive more information.

THP WEBINARS
VIDEO NOW AVAILABLE: Why Patients with Hirschsprung Disease Present with Colitis and How To Prevent It

Luis De La Torre, M.D., in the first of a series of innovative webinars on Current Topics in Hirschsprung Disease, presents an in-depth review of Hischsprung Disease and colitis and what the most effetcive strategies for treament. Dr. De La Torre, M.D., is the Founding Director of the Colorectal Center at Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh and Associate Professor, Department of Surgery at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. Register to receive more information on future webinars in this series.

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