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59th Annual Meeting
SOCIETY FOR SURGERY OF THE ALIMENTARY TRACT
June 2 - 5, 2018
Walter E. Washington Convention Center - Washington, DC
during Digestive Disease Week®


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Esophagus & Gastric GI Tract Potpourri
HPB Education & Quality & Outcomes & Policy
Small Bowel & Colorectal General & Society Business
TUESDAY, JUNE 5, 2018
6:30 AM - 7:45 AM
152
Ticketed SessionBREAKFAST WITH THE EXPERTS: ESOPHAGUS & GASTRIC
PEH HAS RECURRED: NOW WHAT?

Steven P. Bowers, Jacksonville, FL
Daniela Molena, New York, NY

CANCELLED
7:30 AM - 9:30 AM
202A
CME With Self-AssessmentSSAT/ISDS SYMPOSIUM
FLEXIBLE ENDOSCOPY FOR GASTROINTESTINAL SURGEONS: UPDATES AND ADVANCES
 
Moderators: Alessandro Fichera, Chapel Hill, NC
Michael F. McGee, Chicago, IL

ENDOSCOPIC TREATMENT OF GASTROESOPHAGEAL NEOPLASIA
Srinadh Komanduri, Chicago, IL

PER-ORAL ENDOSCOPIC MYOTOMY (POEM)
Eric S. Hungness, Chicago, IL

ERCP, EUS, AND ENTERAL STENTING FOR HEPATOBILIARY MALIGNANCIES: UPDATE FOR SURGEONS
Adam Templeton, Seattle, WA

ENDOSCOPIC CYSTOGASTROSTOMY AND EUS GUIDED DRAINAGE OF PANCREATIC WALLED OFF NECROSIS: WHEN AND WHY
Karen D. Horvath, Seattle, WA

ADVANCED COLONOSCOPIC POLYPECTOMY. EMR, ESD, COMBINED LAPAROSCOPIC RESECTION
Sang W. Lee, Los Angeles, CA
8:00 AM - 9:30 AM
202B
PLENARY SESSION: HPB II
 
Moderators: Clifford S. Cho, Ann Arbor, MI
Cristina R. Ferrone, Boston, MA

10-minute presentation, 5-minute discussion
Plenary presentation842 POSTOPERATIVE MORBIDITY AS PREDICTOR OF EARLY RECURRENCE AND POOR SURVIVAL FOLLOWING MAJOR HEPATECTOMY FOR ADVANCED PERIHILAR CHOLANGIOCARCINOMA
Guwei Ji1, Xiangcheng Li1, Xuehao Wang1
1. Liver Transplantation Center, The First Affiliated Hospital of Nanjing Medical University, Nanjing, Jiangsu, China
843 PLATELET-ALBUMIN GRADE (PAL GRADE) AS A SENSITIVE MEASURE FOR SURGICAL RISK PREDICTION AND SURVIVAL OUTCOMES OF PATIENTS WITH HEPATOCELLULAR CARCINOMA
Junichi Shindoh1, Yuta Kobayashi1, Masaji Hashimoto1
1. Hepatobiliary Surgery Division, Toranomon Hospital, Tokyo, Japan
844 LIVER RESECTION FOR NEUROENDOCRINE TUMORS LIVER METASTASES IN TRANSPLANTABLE PATIENTS WITHIN THE MILAN CRITERIA
Andrea Ruzzenente1, Francesca Bertuzzo1, Fabio Bagante1, Luca Aldrighetti2, Giorgio Ercolani3, Felice Giuliante4, Alessandro Ferrero5, Gian Luca Grazi6, Andrea Ciangherotti1, Alfredo Guglielmi1, Calogero Iacono1
1. Department of Surgery , University of Verona Medical School, Verona, Italy; 2. Department of surgery, Humanitas Hospital, Rozzano, Italy; 3. Department of surgery, Ospedale Sant'Orsola Malpighi, Bologna, Italy; 4. Department of surgery, policlinico Gemelli, Roma, Italy; 5. Department of surgery, Ospedale Mauriziano, Torino, Italy; 6. Department of Surgery, Regina Elena National Tumor Institute, Roma, Italy
Plenary presentation845 SURGICAL RESECTION FOR RECURRENCE AFTER TWO-STAGE HEPATECTOMY FOR COLORECTAL LIVER METASTASES IS ASSOCIATED WITH IMPROVED SURVIVAL
Heather A. Lillemoe1, Yoshikuni Kawaguchi1, Georgios Karagkounis1, Yun Shin Chun1, Claudius Conrad1, Ching-Wei Tzeng1, Thomas Aloia1, Jean-Nicolas Vauthey1
1. Surgical Oncology, MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX.
Plenary presentation846 T2B INCIDENTAL GALLBLADDER CANCER PATIENTS DERIVE A NEGATIVE IMPACT ON SURVIVAL FROM INDEX CHOLECYSTECTOMY
Eduardo A. Vega1, 2, Eduardo Vinuela2, 3, Marcel P. Sanhueza2, 3, Cristian Diaz2, 3, Nicolas Jarufe3, Jorge Martinez3, Masuyuki Okuno1, Katharina Joechle1, Yun Shin Chun1, Ching-Wei Tzeng1, Jeffrey E. Lee1, Jean-Nicolas Vauthey1, Claudius Conrad1
1. Surgical Oncology, MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX; 2. Surgery, Hospital Sotero del Rio, Santiago, RM, Chile; 3. Surgery, Pontificie Universidad Catolica de Chile, Santiago, RM, Chile
847 ROLE OF LYMPH-NODE DISSECTION IN SMALL (≤ 3CM) INTRAHEPATIC CHOLANGIOCARCINOMA
Andrea Ruzzenente1, Luca Viganò2, Giorgio Ercolani3, Simone Conci1, Andrea Ciangherotti1, Serena Manfreda1, Calogero Iacono1, Antonio D. Pinna3, Guido Torzilli2, Alfredo Guglielmi1
1. Department of Surgery , University of Verona Medical School, Verona, Italy; 2. Department of Surgery, Humanitas Clinical and Research Center, Humanitas University, Rozzano, Italy; 3. Department of General and Emergency Surgery and Organ Transplantation, S. Orsola-Malpighi Hospital, University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy
8:00 AM - 9:30 AM
203
QUICK SHOTS SESSION: SMALL BOWEL & COLORECTAL II
 
Moderators: Mukta K. Krane, Seattle, WA
Joshua I. Bleier, Philadelphia, PA

3-minute presentation, 3-minute discussion
848 A POPULATION LEVEL ANALYSIS OF ADHESIVE SMALL BOWEL OBSTRUCTION AFTER ABDOMINAL SURGERY: SIGNIFICANT AND SUSTAINED ADVANTAGE OF A LAPAROSCOPIC APPROACH
Brooks Udelsman1, Elan Witkowski1, Mark A. Talamini2, Keith D. Lillemoe1, Chang David1
1. Surgery, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA; 2. Surgery, Stony Brook Medicine, Stony Brook, NY
849 APPLICATION OF THE AAST EGS GRADE FOR SMALL BOWEL OBSTRUCTION TO A MULTI-NATIONAL PATIENT POPULATION
Matthew C. Hernandez1, Arianna Birindelli2, 5, Nadeem Haddad1, John L. Bruce3, Johannes Buitendag3, Wanda Bekker3, Abraham Ras3, Victor Kong3, Mircea Beuran4, Johnathon Aho1, Ionut Negoi4, Damian Clarke3, Salomone Di Saverio5, 6, Martin D. Zielinski1
1. Surgery, Mayo Clinic, ROCHESTER, MN; 2. Queen Elizabeth University, Birmingham, United Kingdom; 3. Pietermaritzburg Metropolitan Complex, Pietermaritzburg, South Africa; 4. Carol Davila University of Medicine and Pharmacy of Bucharest, Bucharest, Romania; 5. Maggiore Hospital, Bologna, Italy; 6. Addenbrookes Hospital, Cambridge, United Kingdom
850 OUTCOMES AFTER PALLIATIVE STENTING VERSUS STOMA CREATION FOR MALIGNANT BOWEL OBSTRUCTION
Patrick T. Dolan1, Matthew Symer1, Heather L. Yeo1, 2
1. Surgery, New York-Presbyterian/Weill-Cornell Medical Center, New York, NY; 2. Healthcare Policy and Research, Weill Cornell Medicine, New York, NY
851 NOVEL ORGANOID MODELS TO EVALUATE ROLE OF IMMUNOTHERAPY FOR COLORECTAL PERITONEAL METASTASES
Vignesh Narasimhan1, Toan Pham1, Michael Michael1, Robert G. Ramsay1, Alexander Heriot1
1. Surgery, Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, 1. Surgery, Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, Melbourne, VIC, Australia. Melbourne, VIC, Australia.
852 SAFETY OF SYNCHRONOUS LIVER RESECECTION WITH CYTOREDUCTIVE SURGERY AND HYPERTHERMIC INTRAPERITONEAL CHEMOTHERAPY: AN ACS-NSQUIP ANALYSIS
Jordan Cloyd1, Sherif Abdel-Misih1, John Hays1, Mary Dillhoff1, Timothy M. Pawlik1, Carl Schmidt1
1. Surgery, OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY, Columbus, OH
853 SYSTEMIC AND LOCAL MYELOID INFLAMMATION IS ASSOCIATED WITH POOR OUTCOME FOLLOWING SYNCHRONOUS RESECTION OF PRIMARY COLORECTAL CANCER (CRC) AND LIVER METASTASES
Colin W. Steele1, 3, Campbell S. Roxburgh1, 2, Joanne Edwards2, Donald C. McMillan1, Paul Horgan1, Owen Sansom3, 2
1. University Department of Surgery, Glasgow Royal Infirmary, Glasgow G40SF, University of Glasgow, South Lanarkshire, United Kingdom; 2. Institute of Cancer Sciences, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, United Kingdom; 3. Beatson Institute for Cancer Research, Glasgow, United Kingdom
854 INTRAOPERATIVE MOLECULAR IMAGING WITH A TUMOR HYPOXIA TARGETED NEAR INFRARED CONTRAST AGENT IDENTIFIES SUBCENTIMETER TUMOR DEPOSITS IN A MURINE COLORECTAL CARCINOMATOSIS MODEL
Andrew D. Newton1, Jarrod D. Predina1, Christopher J. Corbett1, Michael H. Shin1, Lydia G. Frenzel Sulyok1, Michael Baldassari1, Philip S. Low2, Sunil Singhal1
1. Surgery, University of Pennsylvania, Perelman School of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA; 2. Chemistry, Institute of Drug Discovery, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN
855 PANITUMUMAB-IRDYE800CW FOR FLUORESCENCE-GUIDED SURGICAL RESECTION OF COLORECTAL CANCER.
John C. Marston1, Yolanda E. Hartman2, Jason M. Warram2, 4, Gregory D. Kennedy3
1. University of Alabama School of Medicine , Birmingham , AL; 2. Otoloaryngology , University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham , AL; 3. Surgery, University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, AL; 4. Radiology, University of Alabama at Birmingham , Birmingham, AL
856 THE IMPACT OF MULTIAGENT CHEMORADIATION TREATMENT VS RADIATION WITH OR WITHOUT MONOAGENT CHEMOTHERAPY ON THE PROGNOSIS OF ANAL SQUAMOUS CELL CARCINOMA.
Paolo Goffredo1, Alan Utria1, Jacklyn Engelbart1, Jessica Frakes2, Timothy Robinson2, Imran Hassan1
1. Surgery, University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA; 2. Radiation Oncology, Moffitt Cancer Center, Tampa, FL
857 MACHINE LEARNING ANALYSIS OF THE WHOLE RECTAL WALL ON POST-NEOADJUVANT CHEMORADIATION MRI MAY OFFER ACCURATE IDENTIFICTION OF RECTAL CANCER PATIENTS NEEDING MORE AGGRESSIVE FOLLOW-UP OR SURGERY
Jacob Antunes1, Amrish Selvam1, Kaustav Bera1, Justin Brady2, Joseph Willis3, Raj mohan Paspulati4, Anant Madabhushi1, Conor P. Delaney5, Satish Viswanath1
1. Biomedical Engineering, Case Western Reserve University, Cincinnati, OH; 2. Surgery, University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center, Cleveland, OH; 3. Pathology, University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center, Cleveland, OH; 4. Radiology, University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center, Cleveland, OH; 5. Digestive Disease and Surgery Institute, Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, OH
858 DO OUTCOMES AFTER UNPLANNED CONVERSION DIFFER FOR PATIENTS UNDERGOING ROBOTIC WHEN COMPARED WITH LAPAROSCOPIC COLECTOMY?
Ahmed M. Al-Mazrou1, Ravi P. Kiran1
1. Surgery - Colorectal Surgery Division , NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University Medical Center, New York, NY
859 DOES RADIATION TO THE PELVIS PORTENT WORSE ILEAL POUCH OUTCOMES? AN INTERNATIONAL MULTI-INSTITUTION COLLABORATIVE STUDY
Amy L. Lightner1, Antonino Spinelli2, Nicholas P. McKenna3, Janindra Warusavitarne4, Phillip Fleshner5
1. Colon and Rectal Surgery, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN; 2. Colon and Rectal Surgery, Humanitas Research Hospital, Milan, Italy; 3. Surgery, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN; 4. Colon and Rectal Surgery, St. Mark's Hospital and Academic Research Institute, London, United Kingdom; 5. Colon and Rectal Surgery, Cedars-Sinai, Los Angeles, CA
860 RECTAL CANCER IN PATIENTS WITH PRIOR PELVIC MALIGNANCIES
Sergio A. Acuna1, Fahima Dossa1, Nancy N. Baxter1
1. Department of Surgery, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada.
861 COST-UTILITY ANALYSIS OF SMOKING CESSATION TO PREVENT OPERATIVE COMPLICATIONS FOLLOWING ELECTIVE ABDOMINAL COLON SURGERY
Audrey S. Kulaylat1, Christopher S. Hollenbeak1, David Soybel1
1. Surgery, Penn State Hershey Medical Center, Hershey, PA.
862 WAIT-AND-SEE STRATEGY IN LOW RECTAL CANCER
Isadora Rosa1, João Cortez-Pinto1, Rodrigo Oom1, Catarina Travancinha1, Gonçalo Fernandez1, Inês Marques1, Isália Miguel1, Joao Freire1, João Pereira da Silva1, José Venâncio1, Luís d'Orey1, Luísa Mirones1, Manuel Limbert1, Paula Chaves1, Ricardo Fonseca1, 2, Rita Barroca1, Teresa Ferreira1, Teresa Marques1, António Dias Pereira1
1. IPOLFG, EPE, Lisbon, Portugal; 2. FMUL, Lisbon, Portugal
8:00 AM - 9:30 AM
144
DDW COMBINED RESEARCH FORUM: ESOPHAGUS & GASTRIC
OBESITY: METABOLISM AND NUTRITION
  Sponsored by: SSAT, AGA, ASGE, AASLD
Moderators: Dennis D. Black, Memphis, TN
Collin E. Brathwaite, Mineola, NY
792 HISPANIC ETHNICITY IS ASSOCIATED WITH DECREASED ODDS OF BARIATRIC SURGERY: A NATIONWIDE ANALYSIS
Paul T. Kroner1, Andree Koop1, Melissa Stewart1, Frank Lukens1
1. Mayo Clinic Florida, Jacksonville, FL
793 COMPARISON OF PREDICTION MODELS OF ADVANCED FIBROSIS IN MORBIDLY AND NON-MORBIDLY OBESE PATIENTS WITH NONALCOHOLIC FATTY LIVER DISEASE
Tavankit Singh1, Cathrine M. Frakes1, Rocio Lopez1, Arthur McCullough1
1. Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Cleveland, OH
794 GLEPAGLUTIDE, A LONG-ACTING GLUCAGON-LIKE PEPTIDE-2 ANALOG, IMPROVES INTESTINAL ABSORPTION OF MACRONUTRIENTS, BODY WEIGHT AND LEAN BODY MASS IN PATIENTS WITH SHORT BOWEL SYNDROME
Mark Hvistendahl1, Rahim M. Naimi1, 3, Mark B. Hansen2, Palle B. Jeppesen1
1. Department of Medical Gastroenterology, Rigshospitalet, Copenhagen, Denmark; 2. Research & Development, Zealand Pharma, Glostrup, Denmark; 3. Clinical Development, Zealand Pharma, Glostrup, Denmark
795 IMPACT OF SINGLE FLUID-FILLED INTRAGASTRIC BALLOON ON METABOLIC PARAMETERS AND NONALCOHOLIC STEATOHEPATITIS: A PROSPECTIVE PAIRED ENDOSCOPIC ULTRASOUND GUIDED CORE LIVER BIOPSY AT THE TIME OF BALLOON PLACEMENT AND REMOVAL
Fateh Bazerbachi1, Eric J. Vargas1, Taofic Mounajjed2, Sudhakar K. Venkatesh3, Kymberly D. Watt1, John D. Port3, Rita Basu6, Monika Rizk1, Andres Acosta1, Ibrahim Hanouneh5, Naveen Gara4, Meera Shah7, Manpreet Mundi7, Matthew Clark8, Karen Grothe8, Andrew C. Storm1, Mark Topazian1, Michael J. Levy1, Christopher Gostout1, Barham K. Abu Dayyeh1
1. Gastroenterology, Mayo Clinic, Winnipeg, MB, Canada; 2. Pathology , Mayo Clinic, Rochester , MN; 3. Radiology, Mayo Clinic, Rochester , MN; 4. Gastroenterology, UCSD, San Diego, CA; 5. Minnesota Gastroenterology, Minneapolis, MN; 6. Endocrinology, University of Virginia, Charlottesville , VA; 7. Endocrinology, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN; 8. Psychiatry, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
202A
PLENARY SESSION: ESOPHAGUS & GASTRIC II
 
Moderators: Sumeet K. Mittal, Omaha, NE
Karen E. Gibbs, Staten Island, NY

10-minute presentation, 5-minute discussion
941 SENTINEL LYMPH NODE MAPPING FOR EARLY GASTRIC CANCER - PRELIMINARY RESULTS OF A PROSPECTIVE STUDY AT A HIGH VOLUME NORTH AMERICAN CENTRE
Carmen L. Mueller1, Rafik Sorial1, Aya Siblini1, Lorenzo E. Ferri1
1. Thoracic and Upper Gastrointestinal Surgery, McGill University Health Centre, Montreal, QC, Canada
Plenary presentation942 INFLUENCE OF RADIATION DOSE ON UNDERGOING ESOPHAGECTOMY FOR LOCALLY ADVANCED ESOPHAGEAL CANCER
Mickey S. Ising1, 2, Jaimin Trivedi2, Katy Marino2, Adam Rojan4, Neal Dunlap3, Victor van Berkel2, Matthew Fox2
1. Department of Surgery, University of Louisville, Louisville, KY; 2. Department of Cardiovascular and Thoracic surgery, University of Louisville, Louisville, KY; 3. Department of Radiation Oncology, University of Louisville, Louisville, KY; 4. Division of Medical Oncology and Hematology, Department of Medicine, University of Louisville, Louisville, KY
Plenary presentation943 OUTCOMES OF RADIATION INDUCED SQUAMOUS CELL CARCINOMA ARE SUGGESTIVE OF A VERY AGGRESSIVE DISEASE
Tamar B. Nobel1, Arianna Barbetta1, Francisco Schlottmann2, Manjit S. Bains1, Matthew Bott1, James Isbell1, Smita Sihag1, Marco G. Patti2, David R. Jones1, Daniela Molena1
1. Department of Surgery, Thoracic Surgery Service , Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, New York, NY; 2. Department of Surgery, Division of GI Surgery, University of North Carolina , Chapel Hill, NC
944 ANALYSIS OF RISK FACTORS OF LYMPH NODE METASTASIS OF SUPERFICIAL ESOPHAGEAL CANCE
Xiaoran Shen1, Yini Dang1, Guoxin Zhang1
1. Department of Gastroenterology, The First Affiliated Hospital of Nanjing Medical University, Nanjing, China, Nanjing, China
945 TRANSORAL OUTLET REDUCTION FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF WEIGHT REGAIN AND DUMPING SYNDROME AFTER ROUX-EN-Y GASTRIC BYPASS.
Lea Fayad1, Roberto Oleas1, Sindhu Barola1, Christine Hill2, Dilhana S. Badurdeen1, Margo K. Dunlap1, Michael Schweitzer1, Anthony N. Kalloo1, Mouen A. Khashab1, Vivek Kumbhari1
1. Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, MD; 2. Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Baltimore , MD.
Plenary presentation946 ENDOSCOPIC GASTROJEJUNAL REVISIONS FOLLOWING GASTRIC BYPASS: LESSONS LEARNED IN MORE THAN 100 CONSECUTIVE PROCEDURES
Catherine Tsai1, Ulf Kessler1, Rudolf Steffen1, Hans Merki1, Joerg Zehetner1
1. Visceral Surgery, Clinic Beau Site, Bern, Switzerland
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
202B
PLENARY SESSION: SMALL BOWEL & COLORECTAL II
 
Moderators: Melanie Morris, Birmingham, AL
Joshua S. Hill, Charlotte, NC

10-minute presentation, 5-minute discussion
947 EFFECT OF PERIOPERATIVE HIGH CONCENTRATION OXYGEN SUPPLEMENTATION ON POSTOPERATIVE SURGICAL SITE INFECTION IN PATIENTS UNDERGOING ELECTIVE COLORECTAL SURGERY- A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL
Vikram Kate1, Mayank Mangal1, Subair Mohsina1, Sathasivam Sureshkumar1, Pankaj Kundra2
1. Department of Surgery, Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research, Pondicherry, Pondicherry, India; 2. Department of Anesthesiology and Critical Care, Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research, Pondicherry, India
948 RISK OF POSTOPERATIVE COMPLICATIONS AMONG ULCERATIE COLITIS PATIENTS TREATED PREOPERATIVELY WITH VEDOLIZUMAB. A MATCHED CASE-CONTROL STUDY
Jeong Yeon Kim1, Karen Zaghiyan1, Phillip Fleshner1
1. Division of Colorectal Surgery, Cedars-Sinai , Los Angeles, CA
949 INTRA-ABDOMINAL SEPSIS FOLLOWING ILEOCOLIC RESECTION FOR CROHN'S DISEASE: WHAT ARE THE RISK FACTORS AND ARE THEY CONSISTENT INTERNATIONALLY?
Amy L. Lightner1, Nicholas P. McKenna2, Janindra Warusavitarne3, Antonino Spinelli4
1. Colon and Rectal Surgery, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN; 2. Surgery, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN; 3. Colon and Rectal Surgery, St. Mark's Hospital and Academic Research Institute, London, United Kingdom; 4. Colon and Rectal Surgery, Humanitas Research Hospital, Milan, Italy
Plenary presentation950 USE OF PRE-OPERATIVE ANTIBIOTICS IS ASSOCIATED WITH A LOWER RATE OF ILEUS UNRELATED TO ANASTAMOTIC LEAK IN PATIENTS WITH COLORECTAL CANCER
Juliane Y. Cruz1, Elyse LeeVan2, Howard S. Kaufman2, 3, Aaron G. Lewis2, 4
1. Surgery/GME, Huntington Hospital, Los Angeles, CA; 2. Surgery, Huntington Hospital, Pasadena, CA; 3. Huntington Medical Research Institutes, Pasadena, CA; 4. Surgical Oncology, City of Hope, Duarte, CA
Plenary presentation951 TIMING AND OUTCOMES OF ABDOMINAL SURGERY IN NEUTROPENIC PATIENTS
Joshua S. Jolissaint1, Maya Harary2, Lily V. Saadat1, Arin L. Madenci1, Ali Tavakkoli1
1. Surgery, Brigham and Women's Hospital, Boston, MA; 2. Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA
952 THE GUT-LIVER AXIS: PROBING THE PORTAL SYSTEM AS THE SOURCE OF INFLAMMATION IN ACUTE AND CHRONIC DISEASES
Fatemeh Adiliaghdam1, Florian Kuehn1, Juan Ramírez Decrescenzo1, Sulaiman R. Hamarneh1, Laurence Rahme1, 2, Richard Hodin1
1. Department of surgery, Massachusetts General Hospital, Cambridge, MA; 2. Shriners Hospitals For Children, Boston, MA
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
203
QUICK SHOTS SESSION: HPB II
 
Moderators: William Lancaster, Charleston, SC
Motaz Qadan, Boston, MA

3-minute presentation, 3-minute discussion
953 POSTOPERATIVE DAY 1 AMYLASE LEVELS ARE USEFUL IN PREDICTING NON-FISTULA 30-DAY COMPLICATIONS AFTER PANCREATODUODENECTOMY
Gautam Sharma1, Chao Tu1, 2, Essa M. Aleassa1, Gareth Morris-Stiff1
1. General Surgery, Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, OH; 2. Quantitative Health Sciences, Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, OH
954 FLUID ADMINISTRATION AND SURGICAL OUTCOMES AFTER PANCREATODUODENECTOMY: EXTERNAL VALIDATION OF VARIABLE FLUID REGIMENES AT A TERTIARY REFERRAL CENTER
Marta Sandini1, Carlos Fernandez-del Castillo1, Cristina R. Ferrone1, Katarina J Ruscic2, Matthias Eikermann1, Andrew L. Warshaw1, Keith D. Lillemoe1, Motaz Qadan1
1. Department of Surgery, Massachusetts General Hospital , Boston, MA; 2. Department of of Anesthesia, Critical Care, and Pain Medicine, Massachusetts General Hospital , Boston , MA
955 IMPACT OF MULTIDRUG-RESISTANT (MDR) BACTERIA ON SHORT-TERM OUTCOMES AFTER HEPATO-PANCREATO-BILIARY SURGERY: ROLE OF PREOPERATIVE BILIARY DRAINAGE AND INTRAOPERATIVE BILE CULTURES.
Andrea Ruzzenente1, Marco Piccino1, Simone Conci1, Tommaso Campagnaro1, Fabio Bagante1, Andrea Ciangherotti1, Alessandra Sartori1, Francesca Bertuzzo1, Calogero Iacono1, Alfredo Guglielmi1
1. Department of Surgery , University of Verona Medical School, Verona, Italy
956 PREDICTORS OF SPLANCHNIC VEIN THROMBOSIS AND MORTALITY FOLLOWING HEPATOBILIARY AND PANCREATIC SURGERY
Emmanuelle Duceppe3, Jean-François Lauzon3, Steven Gallinger1, Betty Zhang2, Hannah Solomon1, Pablo Serrano Aybar2
1. University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada; 2. Surgery, McMaster University, Hamilton, ON, Canada; 3. Medicine, University of Montreal, Montreal, QC, Canada
957 PREDICTORS OF EARLY DISCHARGE AFTER PANCREATICODUODENECTOMY
Manuel Castillo-Angeles1, Courtney E. Barrows1, Rodrigo Calvillo-Ortiz1, A. J. Moser1, Mark P. Callery1, Jennifer Tseng2, Tara S. Kent1
1. General Surgery, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston, MA; 2. Surgery, Boston Medical Center, Boston, MA
958 SPLENECTOMY DURING DISTAL PANCREATECTOMY: WHAT ARE WE REALLY DOING?
Laura Maggino1, 2, Giuseppe Malleo2, Claudio Bassi2, Charles Vollmer1
1. Department of Surgery, Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA; 2. Unit of General and Pancreatic Surgery, Department of Surgery and Oncology, the Pancreas Institute, University of Verona Hospital Trust, Verona, Italy
959 SELECTIVE BINDING OF GUT LIPOPOLYSACCHARIDE BY NANOPARTICLES LOADED WITH SODIUM COLISTIMETHATE IMPROVES OUTCOME OF ACUTE NECROTIZING PANCREATITIS
Oleksandr Rotar1, Igor Khomiak2, Michael Fishbach1, Orest Konyk1, Vasyl Rotar1, Andrii Khomiak2
1. General Surgery, Bukovinian State Medical University, Chernivtsi, Ukraine; 2. Pancreas Surgery and Bile Ducts Reconstruction Surgery, A.A. Shalimov National Institute of Surgery and Transplantology, Kyiv, Ukraine
960 RECURRENCE PATTERNS AND SURVIVAL FOLLOWING PANCREATICODUODENECTOMY WITH PORTAL VEIN RECONSTRUCTION COMPARED TO PATIENTS NOT REQUIRING PORTAL VEIN RECONSTRUCTION
Tarin Worrest1, Elizabeth Dewey1, Patrick J. Worth2, Erin Gilbert1, Brett C. Sheppard1
1. Surgery, Oregon Health and Sciences University, Portland, OR; 2. Surgery, Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA
961 PROGNOSTIC SIGNIFICANCE OF LYMPH NODE METASTASIS ALONG THE LEFT SIDE OF SUPERIOR MESENTERIC ARTERY IN PANCREATIC HEAD CANCER.
Kenjiro Okada1, Yoshiaki Murakami1, Kenichiro Uemura1, Naru Kondo1, Naoya Nakagawa1, Taijiro Sueda1
1. Institute of Biomedical and Health Sciences, Hiroshima University, Hiroshima, Japan., Hiroshima, Japan
962 CONDITIONAL SURVIVAL FOLLOWING NEOADJUVANT THERAPY AND SURGERY FOR PATIENTS WITH LOCALIZED PANCREATIC CANCER FROM THE NATIONAL CANCER DATABASE
Chad Barnes1, Youngjoo Cho1, Mohammed Aldakkak1, Callisia Clarke1, Kathleen Christians1, Kulwinder S. Dua1, Gwen Lomberk1, Raul Urrutia1, Ben George1, Paul S. Ritch1, William Hall1, Volkan Adsay1, Douglas B. Evans1, Susan Tsai1
1. Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI.
963 TOTAL PANCREATECTOMY AFTER NEOADJUVANT THERAPY FOR OPERABLE PANCREATIC CANCER: A CONTEMPORARY ANALYSIS OF THE NATIONAL CANCER DATABASE
Ashley Krepline1, Chad Barnes1, Mohammed Aldakkak1, Callisia Clarke1, Kathleen Christians1, Ben George1, Paul S. Ritch1, Murad Aburajab1, Volkan Adsay1, Douglas B. Evans1, Susan Tsai1
1. Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI
964 SELECTIVE HISTONE ACETYLTRANSFERASE INHIBITORS DECREASE GROWTH AND INDUCE APOPTOSIS IN PANCREATIC ADENOCARCINOMA
Saba Kurtom1, 2, Bhuwan Giri1, Vrishketan Sethi1, Bharti Garg1, Anthony Ferrantella1, Harrys Jacob1, Sulagna Banerjee1, Sundaram Ramakrishnan1, Ashok Saluja1, Vikas Dudeja1
1. Surgery, University of Miami, Miami, FL; 2. Surgery, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA
965 NECROSIS MORPHOLOGY DOES NOT PREDICT SUCCESS OF PERCUTANEOUS DRAIN IN NECROTIZING PANCREATITIS
Thomas K. Maatman1, R. Michael Cournoyer1, Sarakshi Mahajan1, Alexandra M. Roch1, Michael G. House1, Attila Nakeeb1, Eugene P. Ceppa1, C. Max Schmidt1, Nicholas J. Zyromski1
1. Surgery, Indiana University, Indianpolis, IN
966 SALVAGE MINIMALLY INVASIVE SURGERY AFTER FAILED INITIAL PERCUTANEOUS DRAINAGE AS STEP-UP APPROACH IN PANCREATIC NECROSIS: RESULTS OF A PROSPECTIVE STUDY
Aditya Kulkarni1, Rajesh Gupta1, Surinder S. Rana3, Mandeep Kang2, Harjeet Singh1, Vishal Sharma3, Madhu Khullar4
1. Division of Surgical Gastroenterology, PGIMER, Chandigarh, Chandigarh, India; 2. Radiology, PGIMER , Chandigarh, India; 3. Gastroenterology, PGIMER , Chandigarh, India; 4. Experimental Medicine, PGIMER, Chandigarh, India
967 MINIMALLY INVASIVE TECHNIQUE DOES NOT AFFECT OUTOMES OF PANCREATODUODENECTOMY: UNITED STATES NATIONAL INPATIENT SAMPLE ANALYSIS 2001-2014
Kenneth W. Bueltmann1, Piotr J. Bachul1, Lyonell B. Kone1, Marek Rudnicki1
1. Surgery, Illinois Masonic Medical Center, Chicago, IL
10:00AM - 12:30PM
143
DDW COMBINED CLINICAL SYMPOSIUM: ESOPHAGUS & GASTRIC
GE JUNCTION CANCER: PREVENTION, TREATMENT, AND CONTROVERSIES
  Sponsored by: SSAT, ASGE, AGA
Moderators: Steve R. DeMeester, Portland, OR
Prateek Sharma, Kansas City, MO

ETIOLOGY, RISK FACTORS AND THE DEMOGRAPHICS OF PEOPLE THAT DEVELOP GEJ ADENOCARCINOMA
Douglas A. Corley, San Francisco, CA

IS GERD THE CAUSE AND CAN GEJ CANCERS BE PREVENTED?
Steve R. DeMeester, MD, Portland, OR

ENDOSCOPIC APPROACHES TO PREVENTION AND TREATMENT OF GEJ CANCERS
Prateek Sharma, MD, Kansas City, MO

STAGING AND PALLIATION OF GEJ ADENOCARCINOMA
Everson L. Artifon, Sao Paulo, Brazil

SURGICAL TREATMENT STRATEGIES: WHAT ARE THE ISSUES AND OPTIONS AND HOW OFTEN DO WE CURE THESE PATIENTS?
Daniela Molena, New York, NY
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
POSTER SESSION III (NON-CME)
Authors available at their posters to answer questions 12 PM - 2 PM; posters on display 9:30 AM - 4 PM.
12:00 PM - 3:00 PM
202A
CME With Self-Assessment KELLY AND CARLOS PELLEGRINI SSAT/SAGES LUNCHEON SYMPOSIUM: HPB
ACHIEVING SAFETY IN GALLBLADDER SURGERY
 
Moderators: John S. Bolton, New Orleans, LA
Jeffrey M. Marks, Cleveland, OH

STRATEGIES FOR SAFE DISSECTION AND OBTAINING THE CRITICAL VIEW OF SAFETY
L. Michael Brunt, St. Louis, MO

UNDERSTANDING VARIABILITY IN BILIARY ANATOMY DURING CHOLECYSTECTOMY
Daniel J. Deziel, Chicago, IL

WHEN TO CONVERT TO OPEN AND SUBTOTAL CHOLECYSTECTOMY
Theodore N. Pappas, Durham, NC

ACUTE CHOLECYSTITIS: TIMING OF SURGERY AND TECHNICAL STRATEGIES FOR OPTIMAL RESULTS
Eugene P. Ceppa, Indianapolis, IN

TEACHING SAFE CHOLECYSTECTOMY TECHNIQUE TO SURGEONS IN TRAINING AND COACHING PRACTICING SURGEONS
Dimitrios Stefanidis, Indianapolis, IN

IMAGING TECHNIQUES FOR SAFE CHOLECYSTECTOMY: IOC, ICG, AND OTHER MODALITIES
Aurora Pryor, Stony Brook, NY

YOU THINK YOU INJURED THE BILE DUCT: NOW WHAT?
Horacio J. Asbun, Jacksonville, FL

THE IMPACT OF BILE DUCT INJURY ON PATIENTS AND SOCIETY
Dana A. Telem, Ann Arbor, MI

ROBOTIC CHOLEYCSTECTOMY, SINGLE INCISION CHOLECYSTECTOMY, NOTES CHOLECYSTECTOMY: WHAT IS THEIR ROLE? PROS AND CONS
Raj Narula, Hamilton, ON, Canada

PANEL AND AUDIENCE DISCUSSION
12:30 PM - 1:45 PM
203
Ticketed Session MEET-THE-PROFESSOR LUNCHEON: HPB
MITIGATION STRATEGIES FOR POSTOPERATIVE PANCREATIC FISTULA

CANCELLED
  Michael G. House, Indianapolis, IN
Katherine A. Morgan, Charleston, SC
2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
143
DDW COMBINED CLINICAL SYMPOSIUM: HPB (AGA-ACCREDITED)
CONTROVERSIES IN THE MANAGEMENT OF GASTRIC METAPLASIA AND CANCER
  Sponsored by: AGA, SSAT, ASGE
Moderators: Jun Yu, Hong Kong
John T. Mullen, Boston, MA

SCREENING AND SURVEILLANCE OF GASTRIC METAPLASIA
Ernst J. Kuipers, Rotterdam, Netherlands

IMAGING AND ENDOSCOPIC TREATMENT OF GASTRIC METAPLASIA AND CANCER
Joo Ha Hwang, Seattle, WA

SURGICAL MANAGEMENT OF GASTRIC METAPLASIA AND CANCER
Sam S. Yoon, New York, NY
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Ballroom A
BEST OF DDW 2018 (NON-CME)
Discussants from the SSAT, AASLD, AGA, and ASGE will review their societies' top presentations; attend this session to get an overview of the latest, best, and most thought-provoking research presented all week. Consult MyDDW for the schedule of expert critiques.

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