ESSO Webinar - Refining the surgical approach to retroperitoneal sarcomas: can we further improve it?
30 June, 2020 - Closed
During this webinar a debate will be developed concerning the Liberal extended resections versus restrictive surgery in retroperitoneal sarcomas. Although this is under debate, more aggressive surgery including en bloc multiorgan resections have shown to improve prognosis of RPS patients in the hands of expert sarcoma surgeons. However, this approach has to be tailored to each histological subtype, as the patterns of growth and recurrence risks vary significantly among them.
- Surgical anatomy with focus on the boundaries of a wide margin resection of a retroperitoneal mass
- Modern diagnostics influencing treatment decisions (imaging, pathology and genetics)
- Main evidences in favour of extended surgery
- Implementation of quality control of surgery
- How multidisciplinarity can affect outcomes
Expected educational outcomes
- Provide high quality knowledge in differences in surgical approach to retroperitoneal soft tissue sarcoma according to histology.
- Provide an update in the scientific basis and clinical practice of surgical management of retroperitoneal soft tissue sarcomas care within s multidisciplinary decision-making.
- Surgical residents in the last two years of specialisation with clinical interest in surgical oncology
- Surgical oncologists within 5 years of ending specialisation residency
- Surgical oncologists
- Medical and radiation oncologists
Participation and Registration fees
We are pleased to confirm this webinar has been accredited by the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education. Following participation you will receive a certificate with 1 CME.
To cover the costs of accreditation there is a small fee payable to participate, 20€ for ESSO members and 25€ for non ESSO Members.
Once your participation is confirmed and payment received you will recieve instructions on how to use the WebEx programme which the Webinar will be hosted on
We look forward to welcoming you to the event!
This course is closed