GYNECOLOGY
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25

08:30-10:00

DILEMMAS IN BENIGN GYNAECOLOGY

HALL B

Capsule

Dilemmas in daily care, which you must deal with. Concerning adnexal masses and heavy menstrual bleeding

Chairpersons

Justin Clark, UK
Peggy Geomini, Netherlands

08:30-08:45

What is the best referral policy for patients with an adnexal mass?
Peggy Geomini, Netherlands

08:45-09:15 Differentiating benign form malignant cyst >> how to recognize less common types of benign adnexal masses (struma ovarii/ Brenner tumor/ Sertoli Leydig cell)
Jeroen Kaijser, Netherlands
 09:15-09:30

Treatment options in case of HMB with intramural fibroids?
Tessel Cooijmans, Netherlands

09:30-09:45

Is TLH really superior to abdominal hysterectomy ?
Justin ClarkUK

09:45-10:00

Endometrial ablation under local anesthetics – is it feasible?
Sergio Haimovich, Israel

 

10:00-10:20 Coffee break,  e-poster viewing and visit the exhibition Exhibition Area

 

10:20-11:50

POI AND MENOPAUSE

HALL B

Capsule 

Is genetics a routine tool for predicting menopause, understanding POI and personalized clinical practice?

Chairpersons 

Micheline Misrahi, France
Nick Panay, UK

10:20-10:40

New POI registry for a new era of global collaboration
Nick Panay, UK

10:40-11:05

Over-view of genes involved in POI and physiological menopause. National genomics projects
Micheline Misrahi, France

11:05-11:25

Shared mechanism and genetics between the age of physiological menopause, early menopause and POI
Yvonne Louwers, Netherlands

11:25-11:50

Is there an association between menstrual cycle length and ovarian reserve biomarkers during the reproductive life?
Bart Fauser, Netherlands

 

11:50-12:00 Break

 

12:00-13:30

UTERINE MALFORMATION 

HALL B

Capsule

No agreement exists on the preferred current treatment of uterine malformation.
Chairpersons

Peggy Geomini, Netherlands
Pierluigi Benedetti Panici, Italy

12:00-12:15

T-Shaped, Y-Shaped, Dysmorophic – a real reproductive problem or a new trend
Sergio Haimovich, Israel

12:15-12-45

12:15
12:25
12:35

Debate: Dysmorphic Uterus, is it a real infertility problem? Is the solution surgical?
Pro: Sergio Haimovich, Israel
It is a real infertility problem, but the solution is not surgical: Ben Mol, Australia
Discussion
12:45-13:15

12:45
12:55
13:05

Debate: Uterine septum in infertility: To treat or not to treat?
Pro: Jacques  Donnez, Belgium
Con: Justin Clark, UK
Discussion

13:15-13:30

Endometrial ablation under local anesthetics – is it feasible?
Sergio Haimovich, Israel

 

 

 

13:30-14:30  Lunch break,  moderated e-posters and visit the exhibition Exhibition Area

 

14:30-16:30

MENOPAUSE

HALL B

Capsule

The suggestion to treat menopause with ovarian tissue reimplantation is highly controversial.

Chairpersons

Justin Clark, UK
Dorenda van Dijken, Netherlands
14:30-14:50

Endocrine disruptors in fertility
Christian Egarter, Austria

14:50-15:20

14:50
15:00
15:10

Debate: Should ovarian tissue reimplantation be considered for all women to postpone menopause
Yes: Jacques Donnez, Belgium
No: Mark Brincat, Malta
Discussion

15:20-15:35

Postmenopausal hormone treatment and the risk for malignancies
Johannes Ott, Austria

15:35-16:00

Can AMH predict menopause
Frank Broekmans, Netherlands

16:00-16:30 Progesterone from ovulatory menstrual cycles is a major cause of breast cancer
Herjan Coelingh Bennink, Netherlands

 

16:30-16:50  Coffee break,  e-poster viewing and visit the exhibition Exhibition Area

 

16:50-18:20

HRT

HALL B

Capsule

The use of androgens and the length of HRT treatment are unsolved.

Chairpersons

Christian Egarter, Austria
Nick Panay, UK
16:50-17:25

16:50
17:00
17:10

Debate: Should androgens be routinely added to menopause treatment
Yes: Alessandra Graziottin, Italy
No: Dorenda van Dijken, Netherlands
Discussion
17:25-18:00

 17:25
17:35
17:45

Debate: Hormone therapy started in premature or early menopause, should be continued for life to prevent chronic diseases
For: Nick Panay, UK
Against: Mark Brincat, Malta
Discussion
18:00-18:20

Postmenopausal hormone treatment and the bone
Johannes Ott, Austria

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