- Fluorescence to highlight the urethra: a human cadaveric study
- Advantages of transanal approach in low rectal cancer resections
- Long-term outcomes by a transanal approach to total mesorectal excision for rectal cancer
- Recent advances in the management of rectal cancer: no surgery, minimal surgery or minimally invasive surgery
- Outcomes of a single surgeon-based TaTME for rectal cancer
- Surgery beyond the visible light spectrum: theoretical and applied methods for localization of the male urethra during TaTME
TaTME Congress 2019 - St. Gallen 08/09/10-09-2019 (www.tatmecongress.com)
The aim is to bring innovative techniques for rectal cancer surgery together and into discussion. On Sunday 8th September we will focus in preconference workshops on diagnostic and technical update in rectal cancer surgery, as well as on topics for OR nurses. During the congress on Monday 9th and Tuesday 10th with international faculty and guests we will have a close look on current indications, techniques and results, patients view, an update on...