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Oct 23 - 25, 2020 | CME 17 | Bergamo, Lombardia
10th International Conference on Thrombosis and Hemostasis Issues in Cancer (ICTHIC) is organized by Services Comunicazione Eventi Cultura (CEC) srl / Servizi Comunicazione Eventi Cultura (CEC) s.r.l. and will be held from Oct 23 - 25, 2020 at Ex-Monastery of Sant'Agostino - Aula Magna - University of Bergamo, Bergamo, Lombardia, Italy. This Conference has been approved for a maximum of 17 CME points. Course Description: The aim of ICTHIC is to review the recent advances in the understanding of the pathogenesis, prevention and treatment of thrombotic and hemorrhagic complications in cancer patients, both from the basic and clinical research points of view. Course Topics: • Epidemiology • Thromboprophylaxis in Medical Patients • Treatment of VTE • Thromboprophylaxis in Surgical Patients • Hypercoagulation and Biomarkers • Complement-driven Thrombotic Syndromes • Gender- and Age-related Issues • Hemostasis in Cancer Biology • Molecular Mechanisms of Thrombosis in Cancer • Tumor Cell/Vascular Cell Interactions • Angiogenesis • Inflammation • New Antithrombotic Drugs • Anticoagulation and Cancer Survival • Arterial Thrombosis • Bleeding • Congenital and Acquired Risk Factors • Thrombohemorrhagic Syndromes • Thrombocytopenia in cancer • Antitumor Properties of Antithrombotics • Microparticles • New Assays for Hypercoagulability • Fibrinolysis • Proteases Additional details will be posted as soon as they are available.
Feb 04 - 06, 2021 | Bergamo, Lombardia
Seventh Bergamo Open Rhinoplasty Course is organized by MZ Congressi and will be held from Feb 04 - 06, 2021 at Centro Congressi Giovanni XXIII, Bergamo, Lombardia, Italy. Target Audience: Surgeons of different specialties (Plastic, ENT, Maxillofacial) who wish to enhance their skills in rhinoplasty at all levels of experience. Both beginners and proficient rhinoplasty surgeons will draw benefit from the customizable program and the different educational tracks. Advanced masterclasses are best reserved to proficient rhinoplasty surgeons. After attending the meeting, the attendee should have the tools to achieve the best possible result when performing an open primary or secondary rhinoseptoplasty. Objectives: At the end of the course, the attendees should be able to • Fully understand nasal anatomy, including new anatomical concepts relevant to rhinoplasty, such as ligaments and planes of dissection • Correctly analyze common and less common nasal deformities preoperatively • Formulate an adequate pre-surgical plan, so as to achieve consistent and predictable results • Depending on their previous level of experience, appropriately perform the basic steps of open rhinoplasty, as well as a wide variety of current techniques and modifications of varying complexity • Select reproducible, predictable and appropriate algorithms for specific problems in rhinoplasty • Understand current issues in tip and dorsum surgery and master recent related techniques to improve results, including specific osteotomy/osteoplasty concepts • Understand the indications, concepts and practice of “Preservation Rhinoplasty” under the open approach. • Understand the advantages and complications of “Preservation Rhinoplasty” compared to “Structural Rhinoplasty” • Understand the value of new instrumentation in rhinoplasty, including power tools and piezo • Understand, recognize and treat functional issues in rhinoplasty • Understand, prevent, recognize and correct complications in rhinoplasty • Understand current techniques of varying complexity in secondary rhinoplasty, including use of fascia and rib grafting and innovative current modifications • Understand and apply the correct indications and practice of medical rhinoplasty