ASCRS: American Society of Colorectal Surgeons
Aims and Objectives
Faecal Incontinence is a common symptom afflicting females at all stages of life. Further history of a prior obstetric trauma (acute or remote) may complicate pathology even further. In this interactive case based session, co-sponsored by the Pelvic Floor Disorders Committee of the American Society of Colorectal Surgeons and the International Continence Society, we will focus on the current multidisciplinary understanding and treatment of this complex multifactorial disorder.
Moderator: Liliana Bordeianou
|11:30||11:40||Acute Obstetric Anal Sphincter Injuries (OASIS): Who, When and How Should Repair These Injuries and Why||Mitchell Bernstein|
|11:40||11:50||Delayed Faecal Incontinence In Patients With Evidence of Remote OASIS: Is Sphincter Repair Always the Next Step?||Massarat Zutshi|
|11:50||12:00||Faecal Incontinence in a Patient with Pelvic Organ Prolapse (POP): What Would a Multidisciplinary POP Repair Entail and is it Worth the Effort?||Joshua Bleier|
|12:00||12:15||Difficult Case Presentations: Panel Discussion||Alex Ky, Joshua Bleier, & Liliana Bordeianou|
Difficult Case Presentations: Panel Discussion
I will be a part of introducing the various challenging cases for discussion. This includes sharing initial perspectives and view-points. I will also provide feedback in different aspects of the difficult cases. Such as, sharing facts, and partaking in giving my opinions. Nevertheless, I will be involved in responding to the audience questions.