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Eurogin 2006 : Human Papillomavirus Infection and Global Prevention of Cervical Cancer

6th Internation Multidisciplinary Congress


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human papillomavirus

Sunday, 23 April 2006

TC 1-2 - EMERGING ISSUES ON HPV INFECTION:
FROM SCIENCE TO PRATICE
Program Director: J. MONSONEGO (France)

 

TC1 / 1 - HIGH-RISK AND LOW RISK HPV INFECTIONS: THE BASIC DIFFERENCES

8:00 - 9:15
Chairman : X. BOSCH (Spain)

  1. Molecular Biology: Basic Differences
  2. Distinct Epidemiology and Natural History
  3. Different Immune Recognition
  4. Different Managing and Patient Counselling
TC1 / 2 - METHODS FOR HPV DETECTION

9:15 - 10:15
Chairman : C. MEIJER (Netherlands)

  1. Hybrid capture technology
  2. PCR methods
  3. Molecular marker
  4. RNA technology
TC1 / 3 - HPV TESTING AND PATIENT MANAGEMENT

10:45 - 11:45
Chairman : T. COX (USA)

  1. Screening
  2. Management
  3. Interpretation of HPV test results
TC1 / 4 -MORPHOLOGICAL DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT DECISIONS

14:00 - 15:15
Chairman : A. FERENCZY (Canada)

  1. Cytology; conventional and new techniques
  2. Histology (USA)
  3. Histology (EUROPE)
  4. Colposcopy
  5. Basic treatment options (CIN, WARTS)
TC2 - PREVENTION BY VACCINES: CURRENT STATUS, IMPACT AND PROSPECTS

15:45 - 17:30
Chairman : D. HARPER (USA)

  1. Rationale for HPV vaccines
  2. Immunogenicity and safety
  3. HPV vaccine efficacy
  4. Assessment and follow up of HPV vaccine efficacy
  5. Cost-effectiveness of vaccination programmes
  6. Unresolved issues and future expectations
  7. Public health issues related to HPV vaccines
  8. How to implement HPV vaccines in practice

 

 

TC3 - COLPOSCOPY COURSE
Program Director : A. SINGER (UK)

Chairmen : E. DIAKOMANOLIS (Greece), H. JONES (US)

TC3 / 1 - DIAGNOSIS OF CIN

08:00 – 09:30

  1. Educational lecture
  2. Colposcopy of the normal cervix
  3. Colposcopy of the abnormal cervix
  4. (CIN and HPV infection) and new nomenclature
  5. Grading colposcopic features
  6. Colposcopy of glandular lesions
TC3 / 2 - TREATMENT OF CIN

09:30-10:15

  1. How to treat ? W. PRENDIVILLE (Ireland)
  2. Results – Complications- Follow-up E. DIAKOMANOLIS (Greece)
TC3 / 3 - INTERACTIVE COURSE : Case studies

10:45-11:45

 

 

TC4 - VULVAR DISEASES COURSE
Program Director : R.W. JONES (New Zealand)

Chairmen : M. ROY (Canada), J. BORNSTEIN (Israël)

TC4 / 1 - VULVAR DISEASES COURSES : PART 1

14:00- 15:15

  1. Educational lecture
  2. The vulva : from normal to disease
  3. Vulvodynia, State of the Art
  4. Vulvar pruritus : what to do when nothing helps
TC4 / 2 - VULVAR DISEASES COURSES : PART II

15:45-17:30

  1. Genital Herpes : new guidelines
  2. Lichen sclerosus and vulvar hyperplasia
  3. Diagnosis and treatment of VIN
  4. How to manage genital warts ?
  5. Psychosomatic issues of vulvar diseases

 

 

TC5 - CYTOPATHOLOGY COURSE
Program Directors : E. MC GOOGAN (UK),
M. AUSTIN (US), R. RICHART (US)

 

TC5 / 1 - CYTOPATHOLOGY COURSE – PART I

08:00-10:00

  1. Educational lecture
  2. Basic issues and terminology
  3. Liquid-based cytology
  4. Computer-assister automation
  5. Proliferation and differentiation markers
  6. Molecular techniques for cytodiagnosis
TC5 / 2 - CYTOPATHOLOGY COURSE – PART II

10:30-11:30

Interactive Case Studies : with the contribution of the experts

 

 

TC6 - MOLECULAR MARKERS OF
CIN AND CERVICAL CARCINOMA
Program Director : Von KNEBEL-DÖBERITZ (Germany)

Chairmen : K. SYRJANEN (Finland), C. MOUGIN (France)

14:00 – 15:15

  1. Educational lecture
  2. Chromosomal signatures
  3. HPV DNA testing for prediction of CIN –HC2 versus Amplicor
  4. Clinical value of genotyping : the role of specific types as a marker for progression 

15:45

  1. Viral load
  2. Microarray technology
  3. P16
  4. mRNA technology
  5. TRIPATH technology

 

 

TC7 - OFFICE GYNAECOLOGICAL IMAGING
Program Director : J.L. MERGUI (France)

Chairs : L. PARDAL (Portugal), W. PRENDIVILLE (Ireland)

TC7 / 1 – LOWER GENITAL TRACT

08:00-10:30

  1. Digital colposcopy
  2. ECC biopsy versus endocervical brushing
  3. Indications and modalities of CO2 laser
  4. LLETZ, SWETZ
  5. Variloop
  6. Cryotherapy
  7. Treatment of vaginal disease
  8. Duo-Brush : a new device for conventional and liquid-bases Pap test sampling
TC7 / 2 – ENDOMETRIUM

11:00-11:45

  1. Hysterosonography versus hysteroscopy
  2. 3D ultrasound versus 2D vaginal scanning
  3. Adnexal diseases : suspicious signs
  4. Management of post-menopausal bleeding
  5. Hysteroscopic treatment of synechias
  6. Office hysteroscopy : is it possible during consultation ?
  7. Assessment of the endometrium : role of the Pipelle
  8. The first oestroprogestin combination in 24 day scheme : endometrial features




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