KEY TOPICS
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Benign esophageal diseases.
2
Esophageal cancer.
3
Gastric cancer.
4
Surgical and complex treatment of focal liver lesions
5
Surgical treatment of parasitic liver pathology.
6
Portal hypertension.
7
Surgical and complex treatment of pancreatic tumors.
9
Gallstone disease.
10
Colorectal cancer.
11
Gastrointestinal stromal tumors (GIST).
12
General proctology.
13
Extra-organ retroperitoneal tumors.
14
Modern technologies of surgical and complex treatment of peritoneal carcinomatosis.
15
Surgical technologies of visceral transplantation.
17
New technologies and achievements in organ donation.
18
Modern herniology.
19
Modern phlebology achievements.
20
Infectious complications in surgery and oncological surgery.
21
Problems of complex treatment and interdisciplinary approach in treatment of oncological patients.
22
Molecular & genetic studies in oncology, new possibilities of target therapy.
23
Fast-track concept in surgery and oncological surgery.
8
Surgical treatment of chronic complicated pancreatitis.
Immunosuppressive treatment in solid organ transplantation.
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Modern videoendoscopic and robot-assisted technologies in surgery and oncology.
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BENIGN ESOPHAGEAL DISEASES
1. Esophageal diverticula: surgical treatment, indications, use of minimally invasive technologies;

2. Esophageal achalasia: conservative and surgical treatment, indications, new technologies, use of laparo- & thoracoscopic, intraluminal endoscopic technologies;

3. Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) and gastroesophageal (hiatal) hernias: surgical treatment, indications, early and long-term outcomes, GERD relapse management after surgical treatment, surgical treatment options, mini-invasive technologies: laparoscopic, intraluminal endoscopic technologies. Barrett's esophagus - modern principles of conservative, endoscopic, and surgical treatment.
ESOPHAGEAL CANCER
1. Modern chemotherapy principles in esophageal cancer.

2. Role of neoadjuvant chemotherapy in complex esophageal cancer treatment.

3. Modern radiotherapy principles in esophageal cancer.

4. Role and technologies of neoadjuvant radio- and radiochemotherapy in esophageal cancer.

5. Indications for surgical treatment of esophageal cancer, depending on its stage.

6. Modern surgical management and technologies in esophageal cancer.

7. Techniques and results of open, laparothoracoscopic esophageal resections and esophageal extirpations.

8. Lymph node dissection extent in esophageal cancer.

9. Choice of esophageal repair method.

10. Options of esophageal-intestinal (gastric) anastomosis reconstruction in various esophageal repair methods.

11. Complex interventions in regional esophageal cancer: indications, techniques, results.

12. Early and long-term outcomes of surgical and complex esophageal cancer treatment.

13. Role and possibilities of intraluminal echo-endoscopy in esophageal cancer diagnostics and staging.

14. Modern intraluminal endoscopic technologies in early esophageal cancer treatment.

15. Modern intraluminal endoscopic technologies for dysphagia correction in late esophageal cancer.

16. Modern features and principles of anesthetic support for surgical treatment of esophageal cancer.

17. Prevention of complications in surgical treatment of esophageal cancer.

18.
Fast Track in esophageal tumor surgery.
GASTRIC CANCER
1. Modern principles of neoadjuvant and adjuvant chemotherapy in gastric cancer.

2. Management of surgical and complex treatment, depending on the stage and histological characteristics of gastric cancer.

3. Lymph node dissection extent in gastric cancer.

4. Choice of surgery extent and reconstruction option in gastric cancer.

5. Role of spleen-preserving surgeries in gastric cancer: techniques, results.

6. Laparoscopic and robot-assisted technologies in gastric cancer surgery.

7. Early and long-term outcomes of surgical and complex gastric cancer treatment.

8. Minimally invasive intraluminal endoscopic technologies in gastric cancer diagnostics and treatment.

9. Complex surgeries in regional gastric cancer: indications, techniques, results.

10. HIPEC in gastric cancer: indications, techniques, results.

11. Prevention and treatment of complications in gastric cancer surgery.

12. Fast Track in gastric cancer surgery.

SURGICAL AND COMPLEX TREATMENT OF FOCAL LIVER LESIONS
1. Modern diagnostics of focal liver lesions: computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, ultrasound.

2. Liver hemangiomas: indications for surgical treatment, possibilities of endovascular treatment methods, results.

3. Non-parasitic liver cysts: treatment techniques, transcutaneous and laparoscopic interventions.

4. Parasitic liver diseases - echinococcosis: indications and surgical treatment, modern minimally invasive technologies in liver echinococcosis surgery.

5. Parasitic liver diseases - alveococcosis: treatment techniques and principles in primary and relapsing liver alveococcosis, role of transplant technologies in liver alveococcosis treatment, early and long-term outcomes, role of antiparasitic therapy in liver alveococcosis treatment.

6. Hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC): modern treatment strategy.

7. Technologies of surgical treatment in HCC, liver resection and lymph node dissection extent, early and long-term results.

8. Possibilities of neoadjuvant and adjuvant chemotherapy in HCC.

9. Intrahepatic cholangiocarcinoma: treatment strategy.

10. Technologies of surgical treatment in hepatocellular cholangiocarcinoma, liver resection and lymph node dissection extent, immediate and long-term results.

11. Neoadjuvant and adjuvant chemotherapy in hepatocellular cholangiocarcinoma, modern management, results.

12. Hilar cholangiocarcinoma - possibilities of surgical treatment, curative intervention extent and techniques, purpose of lymph node dissection and vascular resections.

13. Modern strategy of complex treatment in hilar cholangiocarcinoma: possibilities of neoadjuvant and adjuvant chemotherapy, intraductal radio- and photodynamic therapy.

14. Colorectal liver metastases: complex treatment, modern strategy of neoadjuvant and adjuvant chemotherapy.

15. Colorectal liver metastases: "colon first" and "liver first" concepts - benefits and drawbacks.

16. Colorectal liver metastases: surgical strategy, parenchyma-preserving, extended liver resections, repeated liver resections, lymph node dissection extent.

17. Non-colorectal liver metastases: indications and patient selection for surgical treatment, surgical and complex treatment strategy.

18. Complex and simultaneous interventions in colorectal cancer with liver metastases.

19. Role of two-stage surgeries and ALPPS in the surgical treatment strategy of colorectal liver metastases.

20. Transarterial chemoembolization and SIRT in focal liver lesion treatment.

21. Methods of overcoming small residual liver volume (FLR): two-stage interventions with portal vein ligation or portoembolization, ALPPS.

22. Surgical management in bilobar resectable focal liver lesions: one-stage & two-stage surgeries, ALPPS.

23. Hepatopancreatoduodenal resection in tumors of porta hepatis and periampullar region: indications, patient selection, results.

24. Laparoscopic and robot-assisted technologies in focal liver lesions: techniques, results.

25. Anatomic and non-anatomic liver resections under intrasurgical ultrasound guidance.

26. Role and possibilities of local destruction methods (RFA, MBA, HIFU, cryodestruction) in focal liver lesion treatment, results.

27. Possibilities of stereotactic radiosurgery in focal liver lesion treatment.

28. Blood-preserving technologies in surgical hepatology.

29. Modern methods of hemostatic applications in liver surgery.

30. Optimal technologies of liver parenchymal transsection in extended resections: techniques, benefits and drawbacks of various methods.

31. Prevention of post-surgical complications in surgical hepatology.

32. Modern principles of anesthetic support and intensive care achievements in surgical hepatology.

33. Hepatoprotectors in surgical hepatology.

34. Post-resection liver failure: modern principles of prevention and treatment.

35. Achievements in molecular biology and genetics of liver tumors, modern and advanced possibilities of their pharmacotherapy.

PORTAL HYPERTENSION
1. Extrahepatic portal hypertension, diagnostic criteria, modern surgical treatment technologies.

2. Vascular shunting interventions in portal hypertension correction: modern principles, method of choice.

3. Azygo-portal isolation surgeries: principles, patient selection, results.

4. Possibilities of laparoscopic technologies in modern portal hypertension treatment.

5. Modern technologies of endoscopic esophageal varices correction.

6. TIPS: indications, patient selection, techniques, results.

7. Modern principles of drug prevention and treatment of bleeding esophageal varices.

SURGICAL AND COMPLEX TREATMENT OF PANCREATIC TUMORS
1. Diagnostics of pancreatic tumors: computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, ultrasound, echo-endoscopy.

2. Laparoscopic and robot-assisted technologies in pancreatic tumor surgery.

3. Choice of the pancreatic-digestive anastomosis option in pancreatoduodenectomy.

4. Choice of pancreatic stump treatment option in distal hemipancreatectomy.

5. Spleen-preserving hemipancreatectomy: indications, technique, results.

6. Total pancreatoduodenectomy: indications, techniques, early and long-term outcomes, correction of early and late complications.

7. Lymph node dissection extent in proximal and distal pancreatic cancer.

8. Perineural invasion and neural dissection in pancreatic cancer.

9. Complex treatment in pancreatic cancer: neoadjuvant chemotherapy, indications, modern principles, impact on long-term patient survival.

10. Complex treatment in pancreatic cancer: adjuvant therapy, modern principles.

11. Treatment strategy in resectable and borderline-resectable pancreatic cancer.

12. Pancreatic resections with resection and reconstruction of major vessels in borderline-resectable pancreatic cancer: indications, surgical technologies, patient selection, early and long-term outcomes.

13. Treatment strategy in non-resectable pancreatic cancer.

14. Pancreatic cystadenocarcinomas: surgical strategy.

15. IPMN: diagnostics, indications for surgical treatment, treatment strategy.

16. Neuroendocrine pancreatic tumors: surgical and complex treatment strategy, results.

17. Pancreatic hormone-active tumors (insulinomas, glucagonomas, etc.): diagnostics, surgical treatment, role of laparoscopic and robot-assisted technologies.

18. Pancreatic metastases: renal & colorectal cancer metastases, etc.; surgical and complex treatment management.

19. Stereotactic radiosurgery of focal pancreatic lesions: indications, results.

20. Irreversible electroporation (Nano-Knife) of pancreatic tumors: indications, techniques, results.

21. Cryodestruction of pancreatic tumors: indications, equipment, techniques, results.

22. Minimally invasive technologies: antegrade radiosurgical, transpapillary videoendoscopic, transcutaneous US- and CT-guided interventions in pancreatic tumors.

23. Chemoembolization of pancreatic tumors: indications, technologies, impact on treatment results.

24. Complications in pancreatic resections: post-surgical diagnostic monitoring, treatment.

25. Prevention and treatment of post-surgical pancreatitis and pancreatic fistulas in surgical pancreatology: surgical technologies, pharmacotherapy.

26. Modern morphological diagnostics of pancreatic tumors.

27. Achievements in molecular biology and genetics of pancreatic cancer, modern and advanced possibilities of its pharmacotherapy.

SURGICAL TREATMENT OF CHRONIC COMPLICATED PANCREATITIS
1. Diagnostics of chronic complicated pancreatitis (ultrasound, echo-endoscopy, CT, MRI).

2. Pseudotumorous chronic pancreatitis and IMHP: treatment & diagnostic strategy, differential diagnosis with cancer of the head of pancreas, surgical and mini-invasive treatment.

3. Pancreatic cysts: treatment management, minimally invasive intraluminal endoscopic technologies, transcutaneous US-guided interventions.

4. Pancreatic fistulas: treatment, choice of surgical treatment method.

5. Curative interventions in chronic complicated pancreatitis - resection of the head of pancreas, pancreatoduodenectomy, medial and corporocaudal pancreatic resections: indications, surgical technologies, early and long-term results.

6. Laparoscopic and robot-assisted technologies in treatment of chronic complicated pancreatitis.

7. Role of minimally invasive, intraluminal video-endoscopic, radiosurgical technologies, US- and CT-guided interventions in the treatment of chronic complicated pancreatitis.

8. Complications in chronic complicated pancreatitis surgeries, their prevention and treatment.

9. Correction of endocrine and exocrine pancreatic insufficiency in patients with chronic complicated pancreatitis: modern principles and achievements.

10. Chronic duodenal dystrophy: treatment and diagnostics, surgical technologies, treatment results.

GALLSTONE DISEASE
1. Something new in surgical treatment of gallstone disease?

2. SILS technologies and transluminal interventions in gallstone disease: indications, benefits and drawbacks.

3. Iatrogenic damage of bile ducts and portal vessels in cholecystectomy: prevention, treatment and diagnostics.

4. Benign bile duct strictures: treatment and diagnostics, surgical and mini-invasive treatment technologies.

COLORECTAL CANCER
1. Modern principles of neoadjuvant and adjuvant chemotherapy in colorectal cancer.

2. Role of radiotherapy in rectal adenocarcinoma treatment.

3. Complex treatment strategy in non-metastatic colorectal cancer.

4. Lymph node dissection extent in colonic cancer of various localizations and rectal cancer.

5. TME in surgical treatment of rectal cancer.

6. Laparoscopic and robot-assisted technologies in colorectal cancer surgery.

7. Regional colorectal tumors. Complex surgeries.

8. Treatment and intervention extent in patients with tumorous ileus.

9. Surgical and complex treatment in patients with metastatic colorectal cancer (liver, lung, peritoneal metastases).

10. Transanal endoscopic microsurgery (TEM) in rectal tumor treatment.

11. Surgical and combined treatment strategy in anal canal cancer.

12. Minimally invasive intraluminal endoscopic technologies in diagnostics and treatment of pre-tumor lesions and early colorectal cancer.

13. Possibilities of intraluminal endoscopy in correction of complications in non-resectable and disseminated patients.

14. Optimal timelines and methods of reconstructive & restorative surgeries in patients with stomas.

15. Modern methods and care techniques for patients with stomas.

GASTROINTESTINAL STROMAL TUMORS (GIST)
1. GIST - molecular & genetic and morphological tumor determinants.

2. Modern achievements and principles of GIST pharmacotherapy.

3. Surgical strategy of GIST treatment: intervention extent, early and long-term outcomes.

4. Laparoscopic and robot-assisted technologies in GIST treatment.

5. GIST of rare localizations: esophagus, rectum, pancreas - surgical management, clinical cases.

GENERAL PROCTOLOGY
1. Hemorrhoids: modern treatment approaches.

2. Choice of optimal hemorrhoid treatment method: mini-invasive methods, technological equipment for interventions, results.

3. Surgical management in Stage 3 and 4 hemorrhoids: modern treatment methods, technological equipment for interventions.

4. Anal fissures: modern treatment methods.

EXTRA-ORGAN RETROPERITONEAL TUMORS
1. Modern chemotherapy principles in sarcomas of abdominal cavity, retroperitoneal space, and pelvic cavity.

2. Surgical treatment strategy in extra-organ retroperitoneal tumors: early and long-term outcomes.

3. Multivisceral resections in treatment of extra-organ retroperitoneal tumors and pelvic cavity tumors.

4. Combined interventions with vascular component in treatment of extra-organ retroperitoneal tumors and pelvic cavity tumors.

5. Strategy of surgical and combined treatment of relapsing extra-organ tumors of abdominal cavity, retroperitoneal space, and pelvic cavity.

MODERN TECHNOLOGIES OF SURGICAL AND COMPLEX TREATMENT OF PERITONEAL CARCINOMATOSIS
1. Cytoreductive interventions in peritoneal carcinomatosis of various origin: indications, surgical techniques, intervention extent, results.

2. HIPEC technology in treatment of peritoneal carcinomatosis of various origin: method choice, chemotherapeutic agent, specific features in different tumors, technical equipment, complications and their prevention, early and long-term outcomes.

3. Laparoscopic cytoreductive interventions and HIPEC in treatment of peritoneal carcinomatosis.

4. Repeated programmable interventions and HIPEC in treatment of peritoneal carcinomatosis: justification, indications, timelines.

5. Complex patient treatment and chemotherapy features for patients after cytoreductive interventions and HIPEC for treatment of peritoneal carcinomatosis.

SURGICAL TECHNOLOGIES OF VISCERAL TRANSPLANTATION
1. Corpse liver transplantation: surgical technologies, early and long-term outcomes.

2. Liver transplantation from living donor: surgical technologies, early and long-term outcomes.

3. Liver split-transplant in adults and children.

4. Complications in liver transplantation, their prevention and treatment.

5. Specific complications of liver transplantation from living donor, their prevention and treatment.

6. Liver transplantation in HCC: indications, results.

7. "Down-staging", "bridging-therapy", "salvage liver transplantation" concepts in treatment of patients with HCC.

8. Liver transplantation in non-resectable alveococcosis: indications, technique features, results.

9. Pancreatic transplantation: surgical technologies, specific complications, their prevention and treatment, early and long-term outcomes.

10. Small intestine transplantation: surgical technologies, early and long-term outcomes.

11. Infectious complications in solid organ transplantation.

IMMUNOSUPPRESSIVE TREATMENT IN SOLID ORGAN TRANSPLANTATION
1. Modern principles and new immunosuppressive technologies in liver transplantation.

2. Modern principles of immunosuppressive treatment in pancreatic transplantation.

3. Complications of immunosuppressive treatment in solid organ transplantation, their correction.

NEW TECHNOLOGIES AND ACHIEVEMENTS IN ORGAN DONATION
1. Liver and pancreatic explantation in a donor with brain death: transplant evaluation, surgical management.

2. Perfusion preservation and restoration methods for liver from a postmortal donor.

3. Liver explantation concept and program in asystolic donors.

4. Donor split-liver transplantation stage: potential donor selection, evaluation of transplant quality, surgical management.

5. Liver transplant from donors with expanded criteria.

6. Possibilities of result optimization and new technologies of liver transplant in prolonged cold transplant ischemia.

7. New features for the donor stage of pancreatic transplantation.

MODERN HERNIOLOGY
1. Modern repair materials in hernia surgery.

2. Traditional and laparoscopic technologies of surgical treatment in hernias of various localization, early and long-term outcomes.

MODERN PHLEBOLOGY ACHIEVEMENTS
1. Modern possibilities in diagnostics of venous diseases and chronic venous insufficiency.

2. Modern methods of venous disease treatment.

3. Treatment of acute venous thrombosis.

4. Modern methods of post-thrombotic disease treatment.

5. Modern methods of thromboembolic complication prevention in surgery.

6. Modern achievements in phlebological pharmacotherapy.

INFECTIOUS COMPLICATIONS IN SURGERY AND ONCOLOGICAL SURGERY
1. Modern prevention principles for post-surgical infectious complications.

2. New possibilities of antibiotic prophylaxis and antibacterial treatment of infectious complications in surgery and oncological surgery.

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