Scientific Sessions

Track 1

General Surgery and its Specialties

General surgery is a surgical specialty that focuses on alimentary canal and abdominal contents including the esophagus, stomach, small intestine, large intestine, liver, pancreas, gallbladder, appendix and bile ducts, and often the thyroid gland.


Track 2

Pediatric Surgery

Pediatric surgery encompasses the diagnosis, operation, and recovery of children with congenital and acquired abnormalities and disorders, whether developmental, inflammatory, neoplastic, or traumatic. Surgical disorders in prenatal, infancy, childhood, adolescence, and sometimes young adulthood would be the focus of this discipline. As the patient progresses to adult surgeons and physicians, certain diagnoses may necessitate continued engagement of the pediatric surgeon. Doctors that specialize in treating children are known as pediatric surgeons. They've been trained to operate on infants, children, and teenagers. The path of becoming a pediatric surgeon is one of the most time-consuming and rigorous in medicine. If your child has surgery, they will be cared for by some of the most highly trained, experienced, and specialized surgeons available. Adult patients are not the same as children. It can be difficult for doctors to speak with them about medical difficulties because they can't always define what's going on. Depending on their age, they may be completely unaware of what is going on. Pediatric surgeons are skilled at making children feel at ease and communicating with them. Pediatric surgeons are also involved in the diagnosis of disorders and the post-surgery care of children.

Track 3

Oral and Maxillofacial medical procedure

Oral and maxillofacial surgery is a surgical speciality that focuses on facial reconstructive surgery, facial trauma surgery, oral cavity surgery, head and neck surgery, mouth and jaw surgery, and facial aesthetic surgery. An oral and maxillofacial surgeon is a regional specialized surgeon that specializes in the treatment of the complete craniomaxillofacial complex, which includes the mouth, jaws, face, and skull, as well as other tissues. Oral and maxillofacial surgery may require a degree in medical, dentistry, or both, depending on the country. Oral and maxillofacial surgery is a surgical speciality that is recognized around the world. Oral and maxillofacial surgery is classified as a medical, dental, or dual speciality (medical and dentistry). In general, maxillofacial surgeons conduct procedures to address issues or improve the appearance of the face. The majority of these surgeries are performed as outpatient procedures. They'll also give you a post-surgery recovery plan and maybe schedule follow-up sessions.

Track 4


The surgery of the nervous system is known as neurosurgery. Most people associate neurosurgery with brain surgery, but it encompasses so much more! It is a medical speciality that deals with the diagnosis and treatment of patients who have injuries to, or diseases/disorders of, the brain, spinal cord, and spinal column, as well as peripheral nerves in all sections of the body. Adult and pediatric patients are both treated under the neurosurgical profession. A neurological surgeon may give surgical and/or non-surgical care, depending on the type of the damage or disease. A neurosurgeon is a doctor who specializes in neurosurgery. Neurosurgeons are medically educated neurosurgery specialists that can aid people suffering from back and neck discomfort, as well as a variety of other disorders such as trigeminal neuralgia, head injuries, and Parkinson's disease. Neurosurgeons treat neurological illnesses both operatively and non-operatively (i.e., prevention, diagnosis, evaluation, therapy, critical care, and rehabilitation). Because neurosurgeons have considerable training in the diagnosis of all neurological diseases, they are frequently consulted by emergency department doctors, neurologists, internists, family practitioners, and osteopaths.

Track 5

Endocrine Surgery

Endocrine surgery is defined as surgery that focuses on one or more of the endocrine organs. The endocrine organs are glands situated throughout the body that produce hormones into the bloodstream that are essential for maintaining homeostasis (i.e. a constant internal environment) and metabolism. The pituitary gland and hypothalamus are the control and command centers of the endocrine system, which includes these glands. The endocrine pancreas, pineal, adrenal, thyroid, and parathyroid glands are among the other endocrine glands. Endocrine surgeons are specialists who perform surgery on these glands.

Endocrine surgery is when one or more of the endocrine glands are operated on. Hormones are secreted into the bloodstream by these glands, and they have a significant impact on the functioning of practically all cells in the body. Endocrine surgeons are surgeons who specialize in procedures on the thyroid gland, parathyroid glands, adrenal glands, the endocrine pancreas, and some neuroendocrine glands. There are a variety of additional endocrine glands, each of which is treated differently by various surgeons. The pituitary gland in the brain, which secretes a variety of stimulating hormones and is treated by neurosurgeons, and the ovaries, which secrete sex hormones and are treated by gynecologists, are two examples.

Track 6

Gastrointestinal and Endoscopic Surgery

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Surgical Techniques

Surgery is a medical or dental speciality that involves the use of operative manual and instrumental procedures on a person to investigate or treat a pathological condition such as a disease or injury, as well as to help improve body function, appearance, or to repair undesirable ruptured regions. A surgical procedure, operation, or simply "surgery" is the term used to describe the process of doing surgery. The verb "operate" denotes "to do surgery" in this context. The adjective surgical denotes something that is related to surgery, such as surgical instruments or a surgical nurse. A person or an animal can be the person or subject on whom the surgery is conducted. A surgeon is someone who does surgery, while a surgeon's assistant is someone who assists with surgery. The surgeon, the surgeon's assistant, an anaesthetic, a circulating nurse, and a surgical technician make up a surgical team. Surgery lasts anywhere from a few minutes to many hours; however, it is rarely used on a regular basis. The term "surgery" can also refer to the location where surgery is conducted, or simply the office of a physician, dentist, or veterinary in British English. Urgency, type of surgery, body system involved, degree of invasiveness, and special instrumentation are all frequent categories for surgical procedures.

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Skincare Focus Acne, Scar and Pigmentary Disorders

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Head and Neck Surgery

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Track 11

Breast Reconstruction

Track 12

Rhinoplasty And Otoplasty

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Orthopedic Surgery

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Surgical Oncology

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Robotic Surgery

Robotic surgery, also known as robot-assisted surgery, allows doctors to conduct a variety of complex procedures with greater precision, flexibility, and control than traditional approaches allow. Minimally invasive surgery, or procedures conducted through small incisions, is often coupled with robotic surgery. It's also employed in some traditional open surgical procedures on occasion. A camera arm and mechanical arms with surgical instruments are included in the most extensively used clinical robotic surgical system. While seated at a computer station near the operating table, the surgeon controls the arms. The console provides the surgeon with a magnified, high-definition 3D picture of the operative site. Other team members that assist throughout the procedure are led by the surgeon. When compared to traditional techniques, surgeons who utilize the robotic system find that it improves precision, flexibility, and control throughout the operation and allows them to see the spot better. Surgeons can execute delicate and intricate treatments that would be difficult or impossible with normal methods using robotic surgery. Robotic surgery frequently allows for minimally invasive surgery.

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Acute Care Surgery

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Computer Assisted Radiology and Surgery

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Ocular Surgery

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Surgical Infection

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Trauma and Critical Care Surgery

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Transplant Surgery

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Plastic Surgery

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General Anesthesia

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Advancements in Surgery

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Vascular and Endovascular Surgery

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Obstetric and Gynecologic surgery

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Vascular Surgery, Vascular Medicine, and Vascular Biology Weight Loss Surgery

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Venous Disease and IR

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Cardiac and Thoracic Surgery

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Bariatric Surgery

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Anesthesia Awareness

Track 32

Anesthesia for Down syndrome

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Anesthesia info Management Systems

Track 34

Case Studies