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Colorectal surgery - Tips and tricks for Residents

Can you imagine sharing a coffee with an internationally renowned surgeon and having a direct, pleasant and informal conversation?
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You will have a coffee agenda so you can choose the day and time and enjoy a dose of surgical caffeine of the highest level.
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In this informal talk Dr. Uraiqat will be answering questions and giving some advice to residents about colorectal surgery. He will start by revising one of the most complex topics which is how to get into the pelvis. The best way to face it is to model the sigmoid colon and look for the mesenteric artery. Dr. Uraiqat highlights the importance of using colonoscopy as a tool to detect cancer and its malignancy. He points out that there are not many overweight patients, which means that surgeons need not avoid any technique. During this session, viewers will be able to ask questions about crucial steps in Anal Rectal Reconstruction. They will discuss making a flap in the rectus abdominis muscle to avoid potential perineal eventration in the event of abdominoperineal amputation.

At the end of the sessions, he will give tips & tricks to dissect the rectum anteriorly at the prostatic region and advice to avoid bleeding complications.

Dr Ahmad Ali Uraiqat is a Colonel in the Jordanian Armed Forces. He is a General and Colorectal Surgeon and Chief of the Colorectal Unit at King Hussein Medical Center, Royal Medical Services, Amman, Jordan. He finished his surgical training at RMS and had his fellowship in colorectal surgery at St Mark’s Hospital, Harrow, London UK. He is certified by the Jordanian Board in General Surgery (JBGS) and Colorectal Surgery (JBCRS). He is a fellow of the Royal Colleges of England (FRCSEng) and Ireland (FRCSI), Fellow of the American College of Surgeons (FACS), Member of the American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons (ASCRS), Member of Jordanian Surgical Society (JSS).