Wednesday 7th March 2018


BREAST ONCOLOGICAL SURGERY DAY

7.45 – 8.30h:

Registration

8.30 – 9.00h:

MORNING KEYNOTE LECTURE:
Comprehensive approach to the breast oncological surgery.
A. Baildam

9.00 – 9.30h:

OPENING CEREMONY:
Welcome and course highlights

J. Masià / J. Farhadi

9.30 – 10.30h:

SESSION 1:
New surgical strategies after neo-adjuvant therapy

Chairs: M. Rezai / Ch. Andree

  • Neo-adjuvant therapy: Why, when and how? – M. Leidenius
  • Should the neo-adjuvant chemotherapeutic response affect the decision of NSM? – M. Sibbering
  • Complete remission after neo-adjuvant therapy: which surgery the patient needs – J. Krupa

10.30 – 11.00h:

Coffee break

11.00 – 13.00h:

SESSION 2:
Oncoplastic surgery session

Moderators: J. Krupa / S. Suominen
Agent provocateur: A. Rancati

  • The principles of the oncoplastic breast surgery – R. E Mansel
  • Updated on the oncologic safety of oncoplastic surgery – M. Nahabedian
  • Predictors of poor cosmetic outcomes after Breast Conservative Surgery – M. Leidenius
  • Breast conservative therapy in a patient with previous breast enlargement – A. Baildam
  • How to avoid poor Breast Conservative Surgery results – M. Rezai
  • The role of the plastic surgeon in Breast Conservative Surgery – M. Hamdi

FACE TO FACE DEBATE:
Reviewing our actions – how could we improve our oncoplastic approach and results?
J. Farhadi / M. Rezai

13.00 – 14.30h:

Lunch break & Group picture

14.30 – 16.00h:

SESSION 3:
Building a new speciality: Current education programmes and future goals in breast surgery

Moderators: A. Baildam / J. Masià

  • Breast surgery in XXI century: what does it mean? – R. E. Mansel
  • Breast surgery from plastic surgery perspective – Ch. Andree
  • Breast surgery education in Europe:
    • Scandinavian countries – M. Leidenius
    • France – N. Leymarie
    • Germany – M. Rezai
    • Italy – R. de Vita
    • UK – M. Sibbering
    • Spain – C. Vazquez
  • Breast surgery education in USA – M. Nahabedian
  • Searching a new paradigm to work together for building the excellence in breast surgery – P. Blondeel

16.00 – 16.30h:

Coffee break

16.30 – 18.00h:

SESSION 4:
New trends in Oncological Surgery

Moderators: M. Leidenius / E. Santamaria

  • The use of ICG technology in sentinel in breast surgery: sentinel lymph-node biopsy / Predicting mastectomy skin flap necrosis. – Y. Zhang
  • The contralateral breast: when should we consider a prophylactic mastectomy? – M. Sibbering
  • Nipple sparing mastectomy in previously irradiated patients – A. Baildam
  • Lipofilling after breast conservative surgery: safety and timing – B. Sarfati
  • Risk Reducing Lymphedema Surgery: an EE technique – J. Masia

18.30 – 19.30h:

BBM love stories (previous BBM live surgery follow-up) & Welcome cocktail

Thursday 8th March 2018


BREAST RECONSTRUCTION DAY

7.00 – 8.00h:

IN-DEPTH WORKSHOPS – MEET THE EXPERTS
(free of charge, limited seats, advance registration needed)

  • How to get stable results in reduction mastoplasty – L. Perin
  • Breast asymmetry repair – congenital, tuberous and post-BCT – Y. Barnea

8.00 – 8.30h:

MORNING KEYNOTE LECTURE:
How to build a successful career in breast reconstruction  – A. Spiegel

08.30 – 9.30h:

SESSION 5:
Sensate Breast Reconstruction: the last step in restoring quality of life

Moderators:  S. Suominen / K. Van Landuyt
Agent provocateur: P. Blondeel

  • Spontaneous breast re-innervation in autologous breast reconstruction – N. Leymarie
  • Principles of breast neurotization – I. Ducic
  • Sensate breast reconstruction: my results – A. Spiegel

9.30 – 9.50h:

KEYNOTE LECTURE:
How to run the most prestigious Breast Cancer Center of  South America – J.C. Sampaio Goes

9.50 – 10.00h:

Coffee break

11.30 – 12.00h:

SESSION 6:
Too old or too new… Is it worth to be considered?

Examiners: C. Garusi / M. Hamdi

  • Fat Augmented Latissimus Dorsi flap: an alternative for pure autologous breast reconstruction – E. Demiri
  • FCI (fasciocutaneous infragluteal flap) – Z. Jandali

12.00 – 13.00h:

DEBATE:
ADM and implant reconstruction
Agents provocateurs: J. C. Sampaio Goes / Ph. Blondeel

  • Biological versus synthetic meshes
  • Prepectoral versus lower pole ADM
  • 1 or 2 stage implant BR + ADM
  • Auto-dermal graft: is it better?

Debate teams:

  • S. Pompei / M. Nahabedian / T. Sjoberg
  • M. Salgarello / J. Farhadi / Y. Barnea

13.00 – 14.00h:

Lunch break

15.00 – 16.00h:

SESSION 7:
Fat Grafting Update in BR

Moderators: R. de Vita / A. Spiegel

  • Science of successful fat transfer – Ph. Blondeel
  • Fat banking and industrial fat grafting – Y. Barnea
  • Water Jet-assisted fat grafting
  • How to improve fat grafting in irradiated tissue – E. Demiri

Take home message by E. Santamaria

16.00 – 16.30h:

Coffee break

16.30 – 17.30h:

SESSION 8:
New trends in implant reconstruction

Moderators: A. Rancati / E. Demiri

  • Polyurethane prosthesis: science and selection – S. Pompei
  • DTI or two stage implant reconstruction: when and how – L. Perin
  • Light-weight implants for breast reconstruction: is it a good concept? – D. Nakamura
  • Dogma breaking: “Prepectoral Breast Reconstruction” – Referee: M. Hamdi
    • European way – M. Salgarello
    • North American way – M. Nahabendian
    • South American way – J. C. Sampaio Goes

17.30 – 18.00h:

DISASTERS OF THE MASTERS:
Learning from my mistakes

Agents provocateurs: Ph. Blondeel / Y. Barnea / A. Rancati

The miseries of: C. Garusi / K. Van Landuyt / N. Leymarie / R. de Vita

Friday 9th March 2018


BREAST AESTHETIC DAY

8.00 – 8.30h:

MORNING KEYNOTE LECTURE:
The art of consultation in aesthetic surgery – A. Rancati

9.15 – 10.30h:

SESSION 9:
Complications in breast enlargement: Easy ways to fix hard stuff

Chair & introduction: C. Garusi
Discussion leader: E. Santamaria

How to avoid: M. Salgarello / J. C. Sampaio Goes
How to solve: R. de Vita / A. Rancati

  • Animation deformities
  • Rippling / Correction of Bottoming out
  • Double-bubble deformity

Take home messages for your practice

10.30 – 11.00h:

Coffee break

11.00 – 11.30h:

KEYNOTE LECTURE:
Breast augmentation in subfascial plane with anatomical implants and fat grafting – J.C. Sampaio Goes

11.30 – 12.30h:

SESSION 10:
Implant surface technologies and their biological implications

Moderators: M. Nahabedian / E. Demiri

  • Update on Bia-ALCL – what do we know in 2018? – R. de Vita
  • Hydrophilic, hydrophobic, electrostatic characteristics and their influence on biofilm formation – Y. Barnea
  • Light-weight implants in aesthetic surgery: when and why – P. Mallucci

12.30 – 13.00h:

KEYNOTE LECTURE:
Mega volume fat grafting for breast augmentation  – L. Perin

13.00 – 14.00h:

Lunch break

14.00 – 14.30h:

KEYNOTE LECTURE:
When to change tissue plan and implant shape  – P. Mallucci

14.30 – 15.30h:

MASTER-CLASS SERIES
in mastopexy

Moderators: R. de Vita / E. Demiri

  • Key concepts in breast Implant removal and mastopexy – L. Perin
  • Key concepts in mastopexy with implants – P. Mallucci
  • Mastopexy with fat grafting – N. Leymarie
  • Volume redistribution mastopexy – M. Hamdi

15.30 – 16.00h:

Coffee break

18.00:

CLOSING REMARKS – J. Masià / J. Farhadi