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Current Status of the Management of the Malignant Colon Poly

This module will review the risk factors for malignant polyps and those polyps that are likely to harbor residual malignancy or positive lymph nodes following resection, as well as the polyps that are adequately treated with polypectomy, endoscopic submucosal resection or endoscopic submucosal dissection.
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Current Trials of Adjuvant Therapy for Colorectal Cancer

This module reviews the current clinical trials for adjuvant therapy in patients with colon and rectal cancer.
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Deep Postanal Space Infection

Deep postanal infections/fistula are a complex area often misunderstood. This module reviews the available literature on the topic from diagnosis, anatomy to treatment including strategies to prevent recurrence and complications.
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EMR and ESD: What are their roles?

This module will describe the techniques of EMR and ESD.
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Endometriosis for the Colon and Rectal Surgeon

Comprehensive review of endometriosis for the colorectal surgeon.
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Endorectal Ultrasound

This module will cover the techniques and clinical applications of endorectal and endoanal ultrasound, including staging of rectal cancer and assessment of fecal incontinence and fistula.
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ERAS and Anal Fistula

Complex fistula in ano can be one of the most challenging conditions that a surgeon faces. The goal of healing the fistula is balanced with preserving continence; therefore excluding primary fistulotomy is many cases. The endorectal advancement flap has been consider the “gold standard” treatment option yet quality data remains illusive and published studies suggests there remains room for improvement in surgical outcomes. There are several variables that can be performed in the technical steps of the operation including flap thickness, use of a seton, fistulectomy and fibrin glue instillation. Each of these are reviewed and data is presented related to outcomes.
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Fecal Incontinence Webinar

Fecal incontinence affects a large number of patients, is widely underreported and often undiagnosed by physicians. The impact on quality of life can be devastating. Traditional treatments with antimotility agents, bulking agents, biofeedback, and sphincteroplasty (in appropriate cases) leave many patients still having significant problems. This webinar will focus on the management of patients with fecal incontinence, with an emphasis on appropriate diagnosis and the use of newer treatment options for this vexing problem.
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Fecal Incontinence: Sacral Nerve Stimulation vs. Injectable

This module provides an overview of fecal incontinence with focus on the results with both injectables and SNS, along with a review of most current and relevant literature.
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FLexible Lower Endoscopy

Evidence- and guideline-based update course regarding colonoscopy for surgeons.
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