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NEW PROGRAM

 

PROGRAM

 

      

Wednesday, 1 September 2004

 

 

10:00 am - 6:00 pm

Registration

Congress Venue - Grand Hotel Aranybika

 

 

6:30 pm - 7:50 pm

Opening Ceremony

Oratory Hall of the Calvinist College


Opening music

            Ch. Gounod: Ave Maria

                                               György Tréfás - bass

(Member of Csokonai Theatre, Csokonai Awarded,
Merited and Eminent Artist of Hungary,
Honorary Freeman of Debrecen)

Levente Kovács - organ

 

Welcome Address

     Irén Mikó                              President of the Congress

István Furka                         Honorary President of the Congress

Shiguang Qian                     President of the International Society

for Experimental Microsurgery

Lajos Kósa                            Mayor of Debrecen

Gusztáv Bölcskey                 Bishop of the Transtibiscan Reformed Church District

Bishop of the General Synod of the Reformed Church

in Hungary

János Nagy                           Rector of the University of Debrecen

László Fésüs                         President of the Medical and Health Science Center,
University of Debrecen,

Member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences      

 

Honorary Lecture  

Sun Lee                                 San Diego Microsurgical Institute,

Scripps Mercy Hospital,

University of California, San Diego, USA

Organ concert

Norbert Nemeth: Commemoratio - fantasia per organo e canto

           (world premiére)

Marianna Bódi - mezzo-soprano

  (Member of Csokonai Theatre,  Debrecen)

Levente Kovács - organ

 

8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Welcome Reception

Ceremonial Hall of Calvinist College

 

 

 

Thursday, 2 September 2004

 


Hajós Alfréd Hall, Grand Hotel Aranybika

 

8:00 am - 9:00 am

Invited Lectures - Plenary Session I.

Chairpersons: S. Qian (USA),  I. Mikó (Hungary), I. Furka (Hungary)

 

8:00 am

L1

Transplantation, microsurgery and beyond

S. Qian

Thomas E. Starzl Transplantational Institute, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA, USA

8:30 am

L2

Microsurgery from rat to human
- A new concept of translational research

E. Kobayashi

Centers for Molecular Medicine and Experimental Medicine,

Jichi Medical School, Tochigi, Japan

 

9:00 am - 10:20 am

 

Session 1.

MICROSURGERY FROM ANIMAL TO HUMAN

Chairpersons:  S. Qian (USA), E. Kobayashi (Japan)

 

9:00 am

A1

Ex vivo gene transfer using adenoviral vectors
in rat organ transplant models

E. Kobayashi

Division of Organ Replacement Research, Center for Molecular Medicine,

Jichi Medical School, Tochigi, Japan

 

9:10 am

A2

In vivo and ex vivo gene transfer methods into rat kidney.

The characteristics of adenovirus-mediated renal gene transfer

J. Fujishiro, S. Inoue, H. Shimizu, H. Yoshino, T. Murakami, E. Kobayashi

Division of Organ Replacement Research, Center for Molecular Medicine,

Jichi Medical School, Tochigi, Japan

 

9:20 am

A3

2-octylcyanoacrylate assisted microvascular anastomosis:

long term biomechanical and histological properties

K.C. Tan, C. L. Foo, Y.S. Ong, E. Ang

Department of Plastic Surgery, Singapore General Hospital, Singapore

 

9:30 am

A4

Anastomosis of arteries with size mismatch.

Sleeve vs oblique cut

R. Rickard, G. Engelbrecht, D. Hudson, D. Kahn

University of Cape Town, Cape Town, South Africa

 

9:40 am

A5

Vascular anastomosis using non-penetrating vascular

closure clip in feline renal transplantation

S. Iwai 1,2, K. Endo 1,2, C.R. Gregory 3, Y. Hakamata 1, T. Murakami 1,

E. Kobayashi 1

1Division of Organ Replacement Research, Center for Molecular Medicine,

Jichi Medical School, Tochigi, Japan, 2Endo Animal Hospital, Tochigi, Japan, 3Department of Surgical&Radiological Sciences,

University of California, Davis, CA, USA

9:50 am

A6

A new concept for esophageal resection - prevascularization.

An experimental study

J. Pap-Szekeres 1, G. Cserni 2, I. Furka 3, M. Svébis 1, T. Cserni 4, E. Bráth3,

N. Németh 3, I. Mikó 3

Departments of 1Surgery and 2Pathology, Bács-Kiskun County Teaching Hospital, Kecskemét, Hungary,

Departments of 3Operative Techniques and Surgical Research,
4Pediatric Surgery, University of Debrecen, Faculty of Medicine,

Medical and Health Science Center, Debrecen, Hungary

 

10:00 am

A7

Hypopharynx and esophagus reconstruction

with free jejunal transfer

G. Pavlovics, Gy. Tizedes, L. Cseke, F. Kovács, Ö.P. Horváth

Department of Surgery, School of Medicine, University of Pécs, Pécs, Hungary

 

10:10 am

A8

A new method in the application of reverse flaps for replacement of soft tissue and bone defects

A. Fekete, R. Tamás

Department of Plastic and Burn Surgery, Central Military Hospital,

Budapest, Hungary

 

 

10:20 am - 10:45 am

Coffee break

 

10:45 am - 11:45 am

Invited Lectures - Plenary Session II.

Chairpersons: A. di Cataldo (Italy), G. Engelbrecht (South Africa)

 

10:45 am

L3

Frontiers in microsurgery - minimal invasive surgery, oncology

H.J. Gassel

Department of Surgery, University of Wuerzburg, Wuerzburg, Germany

 

11:15 am

L4

Evolution of the surgical microclip

W.M. Kirsch

Neurosurgery Center for Research, Training and Education

Loma Linda University, School of Medicine, Loma Linda, CA, USA

 

11:45 am - 1:05 pm

Session 2.

FRONTIERS IN MICROSURGERY

- MINIMAL INVASIVE SURGERY, ONCOLOGY

Chairpersons:  H.J. Gassel (Germany), W.M. Kirsch (USA)

 

 

11:45 am

A61

The new "Micro Surgiclip"- a comparative study

W.M. Kirsch, Y.H. Zhu, L. Anton, N. Jessop, P.J. Boyne, C. Schubert,

C. Dickson, P. Shafipour, E. Rotan, S. Weller

Loma Linda University, School of Medicine, Loma Linda, CA, USA

 

11:55 am

A9

Femoral artery puncture wound closure device

Y.H. Zhu, W.M. Kirsch

Neurosurgery Center for Research, Training and Education,

Loma Linda University, School of Medicine, Loma Linda, CA, USA

 

12:05 am

 

A10

 

Controlling hemorrhage in experimental vascular injuries:

a pilot study

Y.H. Zhu, W.M. Kirsch, C.Z. Yang, L. Anton, S. Kaiser, J. Hahn,

C. Dickson

Neurosurgery Center for Research, Training and Education,
Loma Linda University, School of Medicine, Loma Linda, CA, USA

 

12:15 am

A11

Titanium clip on PTFE patch in the rabbit carotid arteries

A.O. Moraes, E.F.S. Montero, D.J. Fagundes, R. Tavares Jr., E.F. Viotto
Federal University of Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo, Brasil

 

12:25 am

A12

Computer simulation of the slit arteriotomy technique for arterial end-to-side microanastomosis

B.K. Tan 1, A.W.C. Chua 1, H. Gu 2, W. Chew 3, K.C. Tan 1, C.L. Foo 1

1Department of Plastic Surgery, Singapore General Hospital, 2Institute of High Performance Computing, Singapore, 3Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Tan Tock Seng Hospital, Singapore

 

12:35 am

A13

Feasibility and limits of an orthotopic human colon cancer nude mouse model

A. Thalheimer, D. Meyer, S. Gattenlöhner, D. Stehle, B. Illert,

A.M. Waaga-Gasser, A. Thiede, W. Timmermann

Department of Surgery, Department of Pathology,
University of Wuerzburg, Wuerzburg, Germany

 

12:45 am

A14

Microvascularly augmented abdominal flaps

in breast and chest wall reconstruction

F. Kovács, Gy. Tizedes, G. Pavlovics

Department of Surgery, School of Medicine, University of Pécs, Pécs, Hungary

 

12:55 am

A15

Microsurgery in breast reconstruction:

DIEP and TRAM free flaps, anastomosis procedures

Gy. Tizedes, G. Pavlovics, F. Kovács

Department of Surgery, School of Medicine, University of Pécs, Pécs, Hungary

 

 

 

1:05 pm - 1:30 pm

Lunch

  

1:30 pm - 1:45 pm

INVITED LECTURE - Plenary Session III.

Chairperson: H. Chen (Canada), W.C. Lineaweaver (USA)

 

1:30 pm

L17

Manuscript preparation for medical journal publication

J.Y. Wood

Managing Editor, Microsurgery

Jackson, Mississippi, USA

 

  

 

1:45 pm - 3:15 pm

Invited Lectures - Plenary Session IV.

LYMPHATIC MICROSURGERY

Chairpersons: L. Kollár (Hungary), L. Papp (U.K.-Hungary)

 

1:45 pm

L5

Lymphatic microsurgery:

Over 25 year follow-up experience

C. Campisi, F. Boccardo

Department of Surgery, Section of Lymphatic Surgery and Microsurgery,

San Martino Hospital, University of Genoa, Genoa, Italy

 

2:15 pm

L6

Lymphatic microsurgery:

Role in the prevention of secondary lymphedema

F. Boccardo, C. Campisi

Department of Surgery, Section of Lymphatic Surgery and Microsurgery,

San Martino Hospital, University of Genoa, Genoa, Italy

 

2:45 pm

L7

Clinical experience with shunting of tissue fluid

and lymph excess in limbs.

Experimental lymphatic models for clinical applications.

W. Olszewski

Department of Surgical Research and Transplantology,
Medical Research Center, Warsaw, Poland

 

 

4:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Debrecen sightseeing tour

Excursion to Hortobagy

Dinner - Special Hungarian Evening

 

 

 

Friday, 3 September 2004

 

 

 8:00 am - 9:00 am

Invited Lectures - Plenary Session V.

Chairpersons: S. Lee (USA), I. Furka (Hungary)

 

8:00 am

L8

Recent advances in organ transplantation

H. Chen

Laboratory of Experimental Surgery, Research Center, CHUM,
Notre-Dame Hospital, University of Montreal, Quebec, Canada

 

8:30 am

L9

Successful xenotransplantation - a dream or a reality?

R. Zhong

Department of Surgery & Pathology, University of Western Ontario, Transplantation Group, J. P. Robarts Research Institute, London,
Ontario, Canada

 

 

9:00 am - 10:40 am

Session 3.

ORGANTRANSPLANTATION, XENOTRANSPLANTATION,

IMMUNOSUPPRESSION I.

Chairpersons: R. Zhong (Canada), H. Chen (Canada)

 

9:00 am

A16

Adoptive transfer of specific subsets of dendritic cells changes the xenograft survival and pattern of rejection in a rat-to-mouse cardiac transplantation model

H. Wang 1,3, J. Arp 2, N. Kanai 2, W. Liu 3, X. Huang 2, B. Garcia 3, W. Min 3,
R. Zhong 1-3

1Department of Surgery, London Health Science Center,  2Transplantation Group, J. P. Robarts Research Institute, 3Department of Pathology, University of Western Ontario London, Ontario, Canada

 

9:10 am

A17

Inhibition of terminal complement with a functionally blocking anti-C5 monoclonal antibody prevents acute humoral rejection and accelerate humoral rejection
in a mouse cardiac allograft transplantation model

H. Wang 1,3, J. Jiang 2, G. Chen 2, W. Liu 3, B. Garcia 3, R.P. Rother 4,

R. Zhong 1-3

1Department of Surgery, London Health Science Center,  2Transplantation Group, Robarts Research Institute, 3Department of Pathology, University of Western Ontario London, Ontario, Canada, 4Department of Discovery Research, Alexion Pharmaceuticals Inc., Cheshire, Connecticut, USA

 

9:20 am

A18

The effect of a novel inducible nitric oxide synthase inhibitor in prevention of chronic aortic rejection in rats

H. Chen 1, J. Ouyang 1, D. Xu 1, X. Zhang 1, S. Qi 1, A. Ma 1, W. Jiang 1,

N. Chida 2, Y. Sudo 2, K. Tamura 2

1Research Center, CHUM, Notre-Dame Hospital, University of Montreal, Quebec, Canada, 2Fujisawa Pharmaceuticals Co., Ltd., Osaka, Japan

 

9:30 am

A19

Renal ischemia/reperfusion injury prevented by a novel inducible nitric oxide synthase inhibitor, FR260330,
in non-human primates

S. Qi 1, D. Xu 1, A. Ma 1, X. Zhang 1, Y. Wang 1, H. Gao 1, N. Chida 2,

Y. Sudo 2, K. Tamura 2, H. Chen 1

1Research Center, CHUM, Notre Dame Hospital, University of Montreal, Quebec, Canada, 2Fujisawa Pharmaceuticals Co., Ltd., Osaka, Japan

 

9:40 am

A20

Effect of baohuoside-1 (B1), a novel immunosuppressant, on cell activation, cell cycle, apoptosis, and  expression  of  IL-2  and
IL-2R in vitro and on rat heart transplant in vivo

A. Ma, S. Qi, D. Xu, X. Zhang, Y. Wang, H. Chen

Research Center, CHUM, Notre Dame Hospital, University of Montreal, Quebec, Canada

 

9:50 am

A21

Investigation into the onset of chronic transplant vasculopathy using an aortic retransplantation model in mice

U. Steger 1,2, A. Bushell 2, S. Ensminger 2, K. Wood 2

1Department of Surgery, University of Wuerzburg, Wuerzburg, Germany

2Nuffield Department of Surgery, University of Oxford,

Oxford, United Kingdom

 

10:00 am

A22

Adhesion and T-cell activation blockade with low-dose sirolimus/CsA immunosuppression prevents chronic rejection

in experimental kidney allografts

M. Gasser 1, M.S. Lenhard 2, M.W. Grimm 2, M.R. Grimm 2, G.D. Shaw 3,

W.W. Hancock 4, D. Meyer 1, H.J. Gassel 1, A. Thiede 1, N.L. Tilney 5,

A.M. Waaga-Gasser 2

1Department of Surgery, University of Wuerzburg, Wuerzburg, Germany

2Molecular Oncoimmunology, Department of Surgery, University of Wuerzburg, Wuerzburg, Germany, 3Genetics Institute, Cambridge, MA, USA, 4Department of Pathology, Children’s Hospital, Philadelphia, PA, USA, 5Department of Surgery, Surgical Research Lab, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, USA

 

10:10 am

A23

Th2 cell transfer induces specific tolerance and is associated with regulation of the immune response in experimental kidney transplantation

M. Gasser 1, M.S. Lenhard 2, M.W. Grimm 2, M.R. Grimm 2, I. Tsaur 2,

S. Mueller 2, A. Trumpfheller 2, W.W. Hancock 3, A. Chandraker 4,

D. Meyer 1, A. Thiede 1, M.H. Sayegh 4, A.M. Waaga-Gasser 2

1Department of Surgery, University of Wuerzburg, Wuerzburg, Germany

2Molecular Oncoimmunology, Department of Surgery, University of Wuerzburg, Wuerzburg, Germany,3Department of Pathology, Children’s Hospital, Philadelphia, PA, USA, 4Lab of Immunogenetics and Transplantation, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, USA

 

10:20 am

A24

Immunological evaluation of cytokins, apoptosis, and proliferation on tacrolimus and sirolimus induced long-term renal allograft survival in non-human primates

A. Ma, S. Qi, D. Xu, J. Ouyang, X. Zhang, Y. Wang, P. Daloze, H. Chen Research Center, CHUM, Notre Dame Hospital, University of Montreal, Quebec, Canada

 

10:30 am

A25

Significant prolongation of renal allograft survival with combination therapy of rPSLG-Ig and cyclosporine, but not sirolimus, tacrolimus of MMF in the rat

M. Vu 1, S. Qi 1, J. Ouyang 1,  W. Jiang 1, D. Xu 1, G.D. Shaw 2, P. Daloze 1,

H. Chen 1

1Laboratory of Experimental Surgery, Research Center, CHUM,
Notre Dame Hospital, University of Montreal, Quebec, Canada

2Wyeth Research, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA

  

 

10:40 am - 11:00 am

Coffee break

  

11:00 am - 12:40 am

Session 4.

ORGANTRANSPLANTATION, XENOTRANSPLANTATION,

IMMUNOSUPPRESSION II.

Chairpersons: S. Sipka (Hungary), M.O. Taha (Brasil)

 

  

11:00 am

A26

Studies of allograft tolerance and rejection in mouse heart and kidney transplant models

C. Wang, S. Cordoba, J. Li, P. Bertolino, G. McCaughan, R. Allen,

G.A. Bishop

Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, The University of Sydney, Sydney, NSW, Australia

 

11:10 am

A27

Post-transplant IL-4 treatment converts rat liver allograft tolerance to rejection

C. Wang 1,2, J. Li 2, G. Tran 3, S. J. Hodgkinson 3, G.W. McCaughan 2,

R. Allen 1, G.A. Bishop 2

1Department of Transplantation Services and 2Liver Laboratory, Centenary Institute, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital,  3Department of Medicine, Liverpool Hospital, NSW, Australia

 

11:20 am

A28

Mechanistic insights: long-term allograft survival by administration of immature dendritic cells and subdosing sirolimus

R. Tao 1, L. Lu 1, S.H.  Wang 1, R. Demarco 2, M.T. Lotze 2, J.J. Fung 1,

S. Qian 1

1Thomas E. Starzl Transplantation Institute and Department of Surgery

2Molecular Medicine Institute, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA, USA

 

11:30 am

A29

Application of recipient-derived dendritic cells to induce donor-specific T cell hyporesponsiveness

M.M. Tiao, L. Lu, R. Tao, J. Harnaha, J.J. Fung, S. Qian

Thomas E. Starzl Transplantation Institute, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA, USA

 

11:40 am

A30

Auxiliary liver transplantation in the mouse

I. Klein 1,2, R.H. Pierce 2, I. N. Crispe 2, H.J. Gassel 1

1Department of Surgery, University of Wuerzburg, Wuerzburg, Germany

2David H. Smith Center for Vaccine Biology and Immunology, University of Rochester, Rochester, NY, USA

 

11:50 am

A31

Role of a natural antioxidant in the prevention

of the hepatic ischemic reperfusion damage

after hepatic resection or liver transplantation

R. Lanteri 1, R. Acquaviva 1, C. Di Giacomo 1, G. Li Destri 1, S. Lanzafame 2,
A. Di Cataldo 1

1Department of Surgical Science, Organ Transplantation and Advanced Technologies and 2Department of Pathologic Anatomy, University of Catania, Catania, Italy

 

 

12:00 am

 

A32

 

Value of hepatic rearterialization

in mouse liver transplantation

U. Steger 1,2, B. Sawitzki 2, O. Christoph 1, K. Wood 2 , H.J. Gassel 1

1Department of Surgery, University of Wuerzburg, Wuerzburg, Germany

2Nuffield Department of Surgery, University of Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom

 

12:10 am

A33

The role of CD8+ T-cells in spontaneous tolerance induction after mouse liver transplantation

U. Steger 1,2, N. Jones 2, H.J. Gassel 1, K. Wood 2

1Department of Surgery, University of Wuerzburg, Wuerzburg, Germany

2Nuffield Department of Surgery, University of Oxford, Oxford,
United Kingdom

 

12:20 am

A34

Co-transplant with activated hepatic stellate cells prevents islet allograft rejection

C-H. Chen 1, Y. Chang 2, J.J. Fung 1, S. Qian 1, L. Lu 1

1Thomas E. Starzl Transplantation Institute and Department of Surgery, University of Pittsburgh

2Division of Immunogenetics, Pittsburgh Children’s Hospital, Pittsburgh, PA, USA

 

12:30 am

A35

Comparison of immunological and hematological changes in splenectomised and spleen autotransplanted mice in the 2nd and 8th months postoperatively

S. Sipka Jr. 1, E. Bráth 1, N. Németh 1,  A. Bálint 1, A. Gulyás 1, J. Kovács 2,

M. Aleksza 3, A. Kulcsár 3, I. Furka 1 , I. Mikó 1

1Department of Operative Techniques and Surgical Research, 2Department of Pathology, 3 Third Department of Internal Medicine, Medical and Health Science Center, University of Debrecen, Debrecen, Hungary

 

  

12:40 am - 2:00 pm

Lunch

 

POSTER Session 1

Chairpersons:  Y. Zhu (USA), A. Szabó (Hungary)

 

 

 

P01

Poly(ADP-ribose) polymerase-1 enzyme activation in middle cerebral artery occlusion model of cerebral ischemia in mice

B. Gasz, A. Schwarcz, J. Pál, A. Ferencz, Z. Berente, B. Sümegi, E. Rőth

Department of Surgical Research and Techniques, Department of Biochemistry, Medical School, University of Pécs, Pécs, Hungary

 

 

 

P02

 

Studying NF-kB activation on intestinal ischemic preconditioning produced by microsurgical technique

A. Ferencz, A. Legner, B. Gasz, E. Rőth

Department of Surgical Research and Techniques, Medical School, University of Pécs, Pécs, Hungary

 

 

P03

Time course of functional and morphological alterations in rat liver submitted to ischemia

A.A. Sébe 1, M.O. Taha 1, A.C.C. Gandolfi 1, R.S.S. Simoes 2,

M.J.  Simoes 2, A. Caricati-Neto 3

1Department of Surgery, 2Department of Morphology,
3Department of Pharmacology, Federal University of Sao Paulo,

Sao Paulo, Brasil

 

 

P04

Morphological alterations of spleen produced by hepatic ischemia in rats

M.O. Taha 1, A.A. Sébe 1, J.B. Tsuchiya 1, R.S.S. Simoes 2, M.J.  Simoes 2,

A. Caricati-Neto 3

1Department of Surgery, 2Department of Morphology, 3Department of Pharmacology, Federal University of Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo, Brasil

 

 

P05

Morphological analysis of the duodenum after hepatic ischemia in rats

M.O. Taha 1, A.A. Sébe 1, M.P.A. Monteiro 1, R.S.S. Simoes 2,

M.J.  Simoes 2, A. Caricati-Neto  3

1Department of Surgery, 2Department of Morphology, 3Department of Pharmacology

Federal University of Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo, Brasil

 

 

P06

Small intestine transplantation in outbred Wistar rats

F.H.F. Galvao, M.A.C. Machado, T. Bacchella, M.C.C. Machado

Faculty of Medicine, Federal University of Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo, Brasil

 

 

P07

Arterialized orthotopic liver transplantation in the rat

F.H.F. Galvao, T. Bacchella, M.C.C. Machado

Faculty of Medicine, Federal University of Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo, Brasil

 

 

 

POSTER Session 2

Chairpersons:  C. Wang (Australia), N. Németh (Hungary)

                       

 

 

P08

Investigation of alter in stitch-number on microvascular anastomoses of femoral artery in the rat

F. Fierpasz 1, I. Mikó 2, N. Németh 2, J. Lichtenstein-Zabrak 3, I. Furka  2

1Division of Traumatology, County Hospital Gyula, 2Department of Operative Techniques and Surgical Research, Medical and Health Science Center, University of Debrecen, 3Department of Pathology, County Hospital Gyula, Hungary

 

 

 

 

 

P09

 

 

Quantitative reduction of MTT by fresh vein homograft’s biopsies in vitro is an index of viability

B. Galambos, L. Csönge, L. Tamás

Vascular Surgery Unit, Petz Aladár County Teaching Hospital, Győr, Hungary

 

 

 

P10

Preservation of vein allograft’s viability during long-term storage

B. Galambos, L. Csönge, P. Zsoldos, L. Tamás

Vascular Surgery Unit, Petz Aladár County Teaching Hospital, Győr, Hungary

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

P11

Doppler guided hemorrhoidal artery ligation - First steps

Zs. Bodnár, L. Bokor, Á. Szabó, S. Kathy, D. Tóth, L. Tóth, Z. Szegedi,

Z. Hajdú

Department of Surgery, Kenézy Teaching Hospital, Debrecen, Hungary

 

 

 

 P12

Minimally invasive laparoscopic surgery
on experimental animal models

P. Csiszár 1, P. Daragó 1, E. Bráth 2, A. Borsos 1, I. Furka 2

1Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, 2Department of Operative Techniques and Surgical Research, University of Debrecen,

Medical and Health Science Center, Debrecen, Hungary

 

         

 

 

 

2:00 pm - 3:40 pm

Session 5.

ORGANTRANSPLANTATION, XENOTRANSPLANTATION,

IMMUNOSUPPRESSION III.

Chairmen: M. Boros (Hungary), Z. Zhang (USA)

 

 

 

2:00 pm

A36

Liver small for size model

H.M. Noujaim, E.F.S. Montero

Department of Surgery, Federal University of Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo, Brasil

 

2:05 pm

A37

Fetal small bowel transplantation in mice:

two different ways to allocate

M.C.B. Manna, E.F.S. Montero

Department of Surgery, Federal University of Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo, Brasil

 

2:10 pm

A38

Mice fetal small intestine grafts:
histological and immunohistochemical evaluation

C.E.S.  Almeida 1, K.F. Oliveira 1, M.C.B. Manna 1, R. Artigiani 1,

M.K. Koike 2,  E.F.S. Montero 1

1Department of Surgery and Pathology, Federal University of Sao Paulo,

2LIM 51 - Clinical Emergency, University of Sao Paulo Sao Paulo, Brasil

 

2:20 pm

A39

Allogeneic acute rejection on fetal small bowel graft:

role of gangliozides

E.F.S. Montero 1, V.A. Steffens 1, M.C.B. Manna 1, M.K. Koike 2

C.E.S.  Almeida 1, K.F. Oliveira 1

1Department of Surgery, Federal University of Sao Paulo,

2LIM 51 - Clinical Emergency, University of Sao Paulo Sao Paulo, Brasil

 

2:30 pm

A40

Role of T cell NK-kappaB activation in small bowel allograft rejection in a mouse model of orthotopic SB transplantation

Z. Zhang, C.J. Chow, D. Ivancic, M, Hummel, J.P. Fryer

Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, Chicago, Illinois, USA

 

2:40 pm

A41

A simplified model for intestinal transplantation in rats

F.H.F. Galvao, R.M. Santos, M.A.C. Machado, T. Bacchella,

M.C.C. Machado

Faculty of Medicine, Federal University of Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo, Brasil

 

2:50 pm

A42

Effect of heparin on the autonomic dysfunction in rat small bowel submitted to cold ischemic preservation

M.O. Taha 1, M.M. Fraga 1, A. Jurkiewicz 1, A. Caricati-Neto 2

1Department of Surgery, 2Department of Pharmacology,

Federal University of Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo, Brasil

 

3:00 pm

A43

Atenolol attenuates autonomic dysfunction in the rat small bowel submitted to cold ischemic preservation

M.O. Taha 1, M.M. Fraga 1, A. Jurkiewicz 1, A. Caricati-Neto 2

1Department of Surgery, 2Department of Pharmacology,
Federal University of Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo, Brasil

 

3:10 pm

A44

Immunologic aspects of composite auxiliary partial liver/small bowel transplantation in the allogeneic rat model

S. Ko, H. Kanehiro, H. Kanokogi, T. Kanamura, J. Okayama, M. Hisanaga,

K. Ohashi, M. Sho, M. Nagao, N. Ikeda, H. Kashizuka, H. Kuge,

T. Yokoyama, Y. Nakajima

Department of Surgery, Nara Medical University, Kashihara, Nara, Japan

 

3:20 pm

A45

Microencapsulated human parathyroid tissue for the treatment of permanent hypoparathyroidism - Preoperative evaluation of the graft function

S. Timm, V. Moskalenko, C. Otto, W. Timmermann, K. Ulrichs

Center for Operative Medicine, Surgical Department I.,
University of Wuerzburg, Wuerzburg, Germany

 

3:30 pm

A46

Successful cryopreservation (-196°C) of rat ovary and adrenal - Frozen banking seems feasible

S. Qi, A. Ma, D. Xu, P. Daloze, H. Chen

Research Center, CHUM, Notre Dame Hospital, University of Montreal, Quebec, Canada

 

 

3:40 pm - 4:00 pm

Coffee break

 

 

4:00 pm - 5:20 pm

MICROSURGICAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING

Invited Lectures - Plenary Session VI.


ROUND TABLE
(Session 6.)

Chairperson: I. Mikó (Hungary), E. Rőth (Hungary), J. Sun (Australia)

 

4:00 pm

L10

Can medical students be motivated in microsurgery?
I. Furka

Department of Operative Techniques and Surgical Research,
Medical and Health Science Center, University of Debrecen, Hungary

 

4:15 pm

L11

Postgradual microsurgical education:

12 year experience at a German university hospital

H. J. Gassel

Department of Surgery, University of Wuerzburg, Wuerzburg, Germany

 

4:30 pm

L12

Microsurgery in biomedical research with special reference to transplantation: the Australian experiences

J. Sun

Australian National Liver Transplantation Unit, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital and Discipline of Surgery, The University of Sydney, Sydney, NSW, Australia

 

4:45 pm

L13

Microsurgery training, animal model, and medical students

in research

F. Zhang

Division of Plastic Surgery, University of Mississippi Medical Center, Jackson, Mississippi, USA

 

5:00 pm

A47

Scientific microsurgical education concept of the surgical research

J.P. Hölzen, D. Palmes, R. Bahde, S. Skawran, Ch. Meyer, H.U. Spiegel

Department of Surgery, Surgical Research, Munster University Hospital,

Munster, Germany

 

5:10 pm

A48

Training protocol of microsurgical skills

for feline renal transplantation

S. Iwai 1,2, K. Endo 1,2, H. Shimizu 1, Y. Hakamata 1, T. Kaneko 1,

T. Murakami 1, E. Kobayashi 1

1Division of Organ Replacement Research, Center for Molecular Medicine,

Jichi Medical School, and 2Endo Animal Hospital, Tochigi, Japan

 

 

5:30 pm - 6:40 pm

Session 7.

VARIA

Chairpersons: E.F.S. Montero (Brasil), P. Sápy (Hungary)

 

 

5:30 pm

A49

Bile duct exclusion from selective vascular inflow occlusion in rat liver: role of IPC and NAC on hepatic IR injury

E.F S. Montero 1, C. Quireze Jr.2, D.R. d’Oliveira 2

1Department of Surgery, Federal University of Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo, Brasil

2Federal University of Goias, Goiannia, Brasil
 


5:40 pm


A50


Effect of truncal vagotomy in the gastric ischemic conditioning in rats. Morphological and functional evaluation

E.L.P. Fairas, E.F.S. Montero, P.O. Gomes

Federal University of Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo, Federal University of Parana, Curitiba, Brasil

 

5:50 pm

A51

A novel in vivo visualization of bone marrow cell trafficking

in rats

Y. Sato 1,2, A. Sato 1,2, Y. Hakamata 1, E. Kobayashi 1

1Division of Organ Replacement Research, Center for Molecular Medicine,

2Department of Anesthesiology, Jichi Medical School, Tochigi, Japan

 

6:00 pm

A52

Role of N-acethylcysteine in the hepatic ischemia-reperfusion injury after hemorrhagic shock:

biochemical and morphological aspects

A.O.V. Portella, E.F.S. Montero, L.F. Poli de Figueiredo, A.S. Bueno,

A.A. Thurow, F.G. Rodrigues

Federal University of Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo, Brasil

 

6:10 pm

A53

The effect of different replacement liquid on the level of oxygen-derived free radicals in the plasma and tissue after the experimental hemorrhagic shock

A. Bayir 1, M.E. Kafali 1, M. Sahin 2, A. Ak 1, S. Kocak 1, S. Girisgin 1

1Department of Emergency Medicine, 2Department of General Surgery,

Meram Medical Faculty of Selcuk University, Konya, Turkey

 

6:20 pm

A54

The starting point effect of octreotide treatment

at acute panctreatitis

M.E. Kafali 1, M. Gul 1, M. Sahin 2, A. Ak 1, S. Girisgin 1, A. Bayir 1

1Department of Emergency Medicine, 2Department of General Surgery,

Meram Medical Faculty of Selcuk University, Konya, Turkey

 

6:30 pm

A55

Pulmonary effects of acute elevated intra-abdominal pressure

M.E. Kafali 1, S. Kocak 1, M. Sahin 2, T. Hatice 3, E. Karagozoglu 4,

S. Girisgin 1

Departments of 1Emergency Medicine, 2General Surgery, 3Pathology and 4Biochemistry, Meram Medical Faculty of Selcuk University, Konya, Turkey

 

 

6:45 pm - 7:15 pm
General Assembly of ISEM

 

8:00 pm
Banquet Dinner and Dance

Glass Hall of Grand Hotel Aranybika

 

Classical guitar and flute short concert:

Prof. György Csécsei M.D., Ph.D., D.Sc.

Áron Becski, D.D.S.

 

  

Saturday, 4 September 2004

 

 

9:00 am - 10:00 am

Invited Lectures - Plenary Session VII.

Chairpersons: S. Qian (USA), H.J. Gassel (Germany)

 

9:00 am

L14

Vascular endothelium growth factor:

acute and sustained effects

W. C. Lineaweaver

Division of Plastic Surgery, University of Mississippi Medical Center, Jackson, Mississippi, USA

 

 

10:00 am - 10:30 am

Coffee break

 

 

10:30 am - 11:30 am

Symposium - Plenary Session VIII.

THE ROLE OF HEMORHEOLOGICAL FACTORS IN MICROCIRCULATION

Chairpersons: O. K. Baskurt (Turkey), K. Tóth (Hungary)

       

 

10.30 am

L15

The influence of red blood cell aggregation
on tissue perfusion

O. K. Baskurt, O. Yalcin, H. J. Meiselman

Department of Physiology, Akdeniz University Faculty of Medicine, Antalya Turkey, and Department of Physiology, Keck School of Medicine University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA, USA

 

10.50 am

L16

Hemorheological aspects of the coronary circulation

K. Tóth, G. Késmárky

First Department of Medicine, School of Medicine, University of Pécs,

Pécs, Hungary

 

11.10 am

A56

Effect of poly(ADP)ribose polymerase inhibitors in red blood cell filtration and platelet aggregation models

K. Koltai 1,  G. Fehér 1, T. Alexy 1,4, Zs. Márton 1, B. Horváth 1, A. Pálfi 1,
G. Késmárky 1, T. Kálai 2, K. Hideg 2, B. Sümegi 2, K. Tóth 1

1First Department of Medicine, 2Institute of Organic and Medicinal Chemistry,

3Institute of Biochemistry and Medicinal Chemistry, School of Medicine,

University of Pécs, Hungary

4Department of Physiology and Biophysics, USC, School of Medicine,
Los Angeles, CA, USA

 

 

 

 

 

11:30 am - 12:10 am

Session 8.

HEMORHEOLOGY AND MICROCIRCULATION

IN THE MICROSURGICAL RESEARCH

Chairpersons: O. K. Baskurt (Turkey), K. Tóth (Hungary)

 

 

11.30 am

A57

Microvascular and epithelial permeability measurements in laboratory animals

A. Szabó 1,  M. M. Menger 2, M. Boros 1

1Institute of Surgical Research, University of Szeged, Hungary

2University of Homburg, Saar, Germany

 

11:40 am

A58

Ischemic preconditioning prevents microcirculatory derangement after small bowel autotransplantation in dogs

A. Wolfrád 1,  J. Kaszaki 2, S. Varga 3, Á. Balogh 1, M. Boros 2

1Department of Surgery, 2Institute of Surgical Research, 3Department of Cardiac

Surgery, University of Szeged, Szeged, Hungary

 

11:50 am

A59

Hemorheological measurements in laboratory animals - The question of cell size - pore size ratio

N. Németh, A. Gulyás, A. Bálint, G. Ács, K. Pető, I. Furka, I. Mikó

Department of Operative Techniques and Surgical Research, Medical and Health Science Center, University of Debrecen, Debrecen, Hungary

 

12:00 am

A60

Role of hemorheological measurements in follow-up of asplenic-hyposplenic states after splenectomy and spleen autotransplantation in mice

I. Mikó 1, N. Németh 1, S. Sipka Jr. 1, E. Bráth 1, A. Bálint 1, A. Gulyás 1,

J. Kovács 2, I. Furka 1

1Department of Operative Techniques and Surgical Research, 2Department of
 
Pathology, Medical and Health Science Center, University of Debrecen,

Debrecen, Hungary

 

 

12:30 am

Closing Ceremony

 

2:30 pm

Post Congress Tour to Eger

 

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