3rd H-ECCO IBD Masterclass

Date
Feb 15-16, 2018
Time 
Feb 15, 2018: 13:30-17:20
Feb 16, 2018: 08:00-12:00
Organisation

H-ECCO Working Group, endorsed by ESP    ESP-Logo
Target audience 
Histopathologists, Gastroenterologists
Registration
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Registration fee
EUR 80 (half price for Y-ECCO, Affiliate and IBD Nurse Members) - incl. 20% Austrian VAT
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Preliminary programme

3rd H-ECCO IBD Masterclass

(as of October 2017)

  • 13:30–13:35 1: Welcome & Introduction
    Roger Feakins, London, United Kingdom
    13:35–15:15 Session 1: IBD Diagnosis and IBD Unclassified
    Vincenzo Villanacci, Brescia, Italy
    Peter Irving, London, United Kingdom
    13:35-13:55 2: Biopsy diagnosis and classification of IBD
    Paula Borralho, Lisbon, Portugal
    13:55-14:15 3: UC vs CD in resections and “Indeterminate Colitis” 
    Roger Feakins, London, United Kingdom
    14:15-14:30 4: IBD subclassification and IBDU: A gastroenterologist’s perspective
    Peter Irving, London, United Kingdom
    14:30-14:45 5: IBDU/”Indeterminate Colitis” and its management: A surgeon’s perspective
    Antonio Spinelli, Milan, Italy

    14:45-15:05 6: The appendix and periappendiceal mucosa in IBD
    Neil Shepherd, Cheltenham, United Kingdom
    15:05-15:15 7: Slide seminar case 1
    Paula Borralho, Lisbon, Portugal
    15:15-15:45 Coffee break
    15:45-17:20 Session 2: Diagnostic Precision  
    Magali Svrcek, Paris, France
    Paula Borralho, Lisbon, Portugal

    15:45-16:00 8: Granulomas and giant cells and their value
    Roger Feakins, London, United Kingdom

    16:00-16:20 9: Ileitis: Crohn’s Disease, “Backwash”, and other types
    Paula Borralho, Lisbon, Portugal

    16:20-16:35 10: Effects of chronicity on IBD pathology
    Roger Feakins, London, United Kingdom
    16:35-16:50 11: Eosinophils in IBD and related conditions
    Vincenzo Villanacci, Brescia, Italy
    16:50-17:10 12: Dysplasia vs reactive: A practical approach
    Magali Svrcek, Paris, France
    17:10-17:20 13: Slide seminar case 2
    Vincenzo Villanacci, Brescia, Italy
  • 08:00-09:45 Session 3: Recent advances
    Roger Feakins, London, United Kingdom
    Joana Torres, Lisbon, Portugal
    08:00-08:20 13: Microbiota: Their role in the pathogenesis and progression of IBD
    Harry Sokol, Paris, France

    08:20–08:45 14: Hot topics in IBD Research
    Magali Svrcek, Paris, France
    08:45-09:05 15: Liver disease in IBD
    Joana Torres, Lisbon, Portugal
    09:05-09:25 16: Liver pathology in IBD
    Dina Tiniakos, Newcastle, United Kingdom
    09:25-09:45 17: Colorectal neoplasia in IBD
    Magali Svrcek, Paris, France
    09:45-10:15 Coffee break
    10:15-11:55 Session 4: Scoring and grading; optimising the pathology report 
    Paula Borralho, Lisbon, Portugal
    Magali Svrcek, Paris, France

    10:15–10:30 19: Clinical grades and scores in IBD
    James Lindsay, London, United Kingdom
    10:30-10:50 20: Histological scores – Can we agree, and do they have a role?
    Jean-Francois Flejou, Paris, France
    10:50-11:05 21: CMV: identification and quantification
    Vincenzo Villanacci, Brescia, Italy
    11:05-11:15 22: Biopsy report: New and established disease
    Roger Feakins, London, United Kingdom
    11:15-11:25 23: Resection report in IBD
    Vincenzo Villanacci, Brescia, Italy
    11:25-11:35 24: Datasets for IBD: Could they be useful?
    Roger Feakins, London, United Kingdom
    11:35-11:55 25: Slide seminar cases 3 and 4
    Paula Borralho, Lisbon, Portugal
    Vincenzo Villanacci, Brescia, Italy

    11:55-12:00 Closing remarks
    Roger Feakins, London, United Kingdom