ESSO Webinar: Setting the Bases of Implant-Based Breast Reconstruction

09 July, 2021 - Closed

Venue: Online

Time: 6pm to 7.30pm CET

Aim of the webinar

This online session is the first of a series of webinars on Breast Reconstruction which objectives are to clarify the basic concepts of ADM assisted implant-based reconstructions and help participants to understand the key challenges of complex decision making in OPBS as well as the intricacies of different techniques of implant-based reconstructions including the selection of implants.

This first webinar will focus on the basic concepts of ADM assisted implant-based reconstructions and management of complications.

Target participants

Consultant breast and plastic surgeons as well as senior trainees in breast surgery


Ashutosh Kothari, Guy's Hospital, London, UK
Agnieszka Kolacinska, Medical University of Lodz, Lodz, PL


Jian Farhadi, King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
Aadil Khan, The Royal Marsden, London, UK
Moustapha Hamdi, Brussels University Hospital, Brussels, BE


18.00 – 18.20: State of the art of implant-based breast reconstruction: challenges and controversies
                          J. Farhadi

18.20 – 18.40: ADMs: science and state of the art, clinical outcomes
                          A. Khan

18.40 – 19.00: European Perspective on BIA-ALCL
                          M. Hamdi

19.00 – 19.30: Roundtable - complications and implant-based reconstructions
                          All speakers

Participation and Registration fees

The webinar is for free to all. A zoom link will be sent to participants few days before the event.


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This webinar is supported by an unrestricted educational grant from 
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This course is closed