Annual Spring Scientific Sessions

Spring Scientific Session 2018


Chesapeake Colorectal Society

Annual Spring Scientific Meeting

April 21, 2018

7:30 am - 1 pm

Annapolis Waterfront Hotel

Annapolis, MD



Spring Meeting 2017

CCS

National Harbor



Spring Meeting 2016


Chesapeake Colorectal Society
Annual Spring Meeting & Scientific Session
April 16, 2016
8 am - 1 pm
Annapolis Waterfront Hotel
Annapolis, MD

8:00-8:30: Breakfast (Exhibits)

8:30-8:45: Welcome and Introductions

8:45 - 10:00:  Scientific Session 1

Biteman (GWU) - Severe Hemorrhoidal Bleeding: A Multidisciplinary Approach

Vasconcellos (GBMC) - Stapled Hemorrhoidopexy for Patients at High Risk for Post-Operative Hemorrhage:  A Single Surgeon Case Series

Shah (UVA) - Does an Enhanced Recovery After Surgery Protocol Influence Readmission?

Romero (Sinai) - Implementation of an Enhanced Recovery After Surgery (ERAS) Program for Colorectal Patients in a Community-Based Hospital

Shah (UVA) - The Morbidity of a Wound:  A Patient Centered Assessment

Wheeler (MWHC) - Perineal Flap Reconstruction After Abdominal Perineal Resection in a Radiated Field:  Case Comparison within an Urban Colorectal Surgery Practice

Taylor (JHMI) - Early Use of Gracilis Flap for Perineal Closures following Abdominal Perineal Resection

Fabrizio (JHMI) - Treating Wisely:  Antibiotic Stewardship in Colorectal Surgery

Banks (Inova) - Implementation of a Standardized Protocol for the Treatment of Clostridium difficile Infection Background

Graham (JHMI) - Trends in Diagnosis and Management of Horseshoe Abscess and Fistula

Pozo (JHMI) - The Rarity of Rectal Squamous Cell Carcinoma

Emenaker (NIH) - Assessing Dietary Supplement Use in Oncology Practice: DSLD a Clinician Resource Tool

10:00 - 10:30:  Break (Exhibits)

10:30 - 11:30:  Scientific Session 2 - Robot & HIPEC

Luka (GWU) - Recurrence Rates of Colonic Adenocarcinoma Following Robotic-Assisted Segmental Resection

Savoca (Reston Hospital) - Early Experience with Robotic Trans-anal Excision using the TAMIS Flexible Platform

Luka (GWU) - Oncologic Outcomes After Robotic-Assisted Resection of Rectal Adenocarcinoma

Skancke (GWU) - Intraoperative Conversions in Minimally Invasive Surgery

Biteman (GWU) - Cecal Bascule:  Robotic Single Site

Luka (GWU) - Assessing the Utility of Near-Infrared Fluorescence Imaging when Creating Bowel Anastomoses during Robotic-Assisted Surgery

Paul (MWHC) - An Evolution of Treatment Strategies for Colorectal Peritoneal Metastasis:  The Prognostic Significance of a Proactive Management Approach (PROMAC) with Cytoreductive Surgery (CS) and Perioperative Intraperitoneal Chemotherapy

Gushchin (Mercy Medical Center) - The Role of Cytoreductive Surgery and Heated Intraperitoneal Chemotherapy (CRS/HIPEC) in Patients with Peritoneal Carcinomatosis of Appendiceal Origin

11:30 - 12:00:  Business Meeting & Awards

12:00 - 1:00:  Lunch

1:00:  Adjourn, Group Photo




Spring Meeting 2015


Chesapeake Colorectal Society

Annual Spring Meeting &

Scientific Session

May 2, 2015 --  8 a.m. - 12:45 p.m.

The Jefferson Hotel

Richmond, VA



8:00-8:30: Breakfast (Exhibits)

8:30-8:45: Welcome, Introductions, President’s Message, Call for Nominations

8:45-9:45: Scientific Session 1 – Scientific Abstracts
Galante (JHMI) - Enhanced Recovery, Leeds (JHMI) - APR in HIV, Hernandez (MWHC) - OSTRiCh,

Changoor (Howard) - VTE, Chin (JHMI/GU) - Risk Calculator, Key (Inova) - Pain Protocol

9:45-10:00: Break (Exhibits)

10:00-11:00: Scientific Session 2 – Scientific Abstracts
Gentry (Richmond) - Oncotype DX, Umapathi (UVA) - SSI, Kumar (ASCRS-YSC) - Early Practice Patterns,

Chin (JHMI/GU) - Readmissions, Harr (GWU) - Hernias, Althumairi (JHMI) - Perineal Wounds

11:00 - 11:15: Break (Exhibits)

11:15-12:15: Scientific Session 3 – Cases & Videos

Cases (7 min each)
Hong (GU) - Colon SCC, Casasanta (GBMC) - LIFT, Cole (MWHC) - Non-op Management, 

Vanguri (VCU) - Robotic Surgery, Hong (GU) - Schistosomiasis, Cole (MWHC) - THD

Videos (6 min each)
Harr (GWU) - Robotic TAE, Vorenberg (Richmond) - Robotic Right, Obias (GWU) - Reverse TME

12:15-12:30: Business Meeting, Elections, Awards

12:45: Adjourn, Group Photo on Hotel Steps

Daniel Galante, DO

Johns Hopkins Medical Institutes 

Development of a Tool to Optimize Implementation of Enhanced Recovery Pathways 

 

Ira Leeds, MD

Johns Hopkins Medical Institutes 

Outcomes of abdominoperineal resection for management of anal cancer in HIV-positive patients 

 

Luis Hernandez, MD 

MedStar Washington Hospital Center 

Preparing for the OSTRiCh Consortium Proposed Standards for Excellence in Rectal Cancer Treatment: 

Are We Ready? 

 

Navin Changoor, MD

Howard University 

Venous Thromboembolism Outcomes after Partial Colectomies in Patients with Colon Cancer: 

The Role of Operative Time 

 

Anne Chin, MD 

Johns Hopkins Medical Institutes

Patient engagement and colorectal surgery: 

the role of the NSQIP risk calculator 

 

Allison Key, MD

Inova Fairfax Hospital 

Reducing Length of Stay in Colectomy Patients Utilizing an Opioid Sparing Pain Management Protocol 

 

Cary Gentry, MD 

Richmond Colorectal Surgery 

Surgeon's influence on adjuvant treatment for stage II colon cancer using Oncotype DX 

 

Bindu Umapathi, MD 

University of Virgina 

Surgical site infection following colorectal surgery (SSI):

 In the eye of the beholder? 

 

Anjali Kumar, MD

American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons - Young Surgeons Committee 

Early Practice Patterns of Colorectal Surgeons 

 

Anne Chin, MD 

Johns Hopkins Medical Institutes

Readmission after Enhanced Recovery in Colorectal Patients

 

Jeff Harr, MD 

George Washington University

Incidence of Incisional Hernias Following Multiport 

and Single Incision Robotic Colorectal Surgery

 

Azah Althumairi, MD

Johns Hopkins Medical Institutes 

Predictors of perineal wound complications and 

prolonged time to perineal wound healing after abdominoperineal resection 

 

Young Hong, MD

Georgetown University

Primary Squamous Cell Carcinoma of the Colon:

Single Institution Experience and Review of Literature

 

Marc Casasanta, MD

Greater Baltimore Medical Center 

A Novel Approach to Ligation of Intersphincteric Fistula Tract Procedure Using Extracellular Matrix Graft: 

 An Initial Experience from a Single Surgeon 

 

Shola Cole, MD

MedStar Washington Hospital Center

Preliminary Experience with Non-Operative Management of Locally Advanced Rectal Cancer

 

Poornima Vanguri, MD

Virginia Commonwealth University 

Robotic colectomy learning curve explained: 

A single surgeon's experience with Sigmoid Colectomy and Right Hemicolectomy 

 

Young Hong, MD

Georgetown University

Schistosomiasis mansoni associated colorectal cancer:

single institution experience and review of literature 

 

Shola Cole, MD

MedStar Washington Hospital Center

Transanal Hemorrhoidal Dearterialization:

Preliminary Experience with a Promising New Technique 

 

Jeff Harr, MD 

George Washington University

Robotic Transanal Excision of Large Rectal Mass 

 

Andrew Vorenberg, MD

Richmond Colorectal Surgery Specialists 

Robotic isoperistaltic intracorporeal anastomosis for right hemicolectomy:

An alternative anastomosis 

 

Vince Obias, MD

George Washington University 

Robotic reverse TME and combined abdominal robotic LAR for ultra low rectal cancer

 

 

 



Spring Meeting 2014


Chesapeake Colorectal Society

Annual Spring Meeting &

Scientific Session

April 12, 2014 -- 8 am to 1:30 pm

Residence Inn by Marriott National Harbor



                                                                                                  Winner Best Podium Presentation


Winner Best Poster Presentation

Honorable Mention


Honorable Mention



8:00-8:30: Breakfast (Posters/Exhibits)


8:30-8:40: Welcome, Introductions, Presidentʼs Message


8:40-9:50: Scientific Session 1 - Abstracts

                    Hicks, Althumairi, Chin, Umapathi, Lamb, Turner, Hechenbleikner


9:50-10:05: Break (Posters/Exhibits)


10:05-11:05: Scientific Session 2 – Abstracts

                        OʼDonnell, Yim, Laird, Dickler, Cole, Vorenberg


11:05-11:20: Break (Posters/Exhibits)


11:20-12:00: Scientific Session 3 - Point-Counterpoint: 

                        “To Prep (which prep?) or Not to Prep?”

                        Presenters: Liza Wick MD vs. Daniel Otchy MD

                                             The Johns Hopkins Hospital

                                             Fairfax Colon & Rectal Surgery, PC


12:00–12:30: Business Meeting, CME Surveys, Group photo


12:30-1:15: Lunch Speaker: “Enhanced Outcomes with Enhanced Recovery”

                        Presenter: Donald Colvin MD

                                           Fairfax Colon & Rectal Surgery, PC



(R) resident, (F) = fellow, (RF) = research fellow,
(MS) = medical student
* = to be presented at 2014 ASCRS

Azah Althumairi (RF)*
Johns Hopkins Hospital
Level of Agreement Between Preoperative Biopsies
and Pathological Findings in IBD-Associated Neoplasia

Anne Chin MD (R)
MedStar Georgetown University Hospital
APR with Perineal Muscle Flap: Is There a Benefit?

Shola A. Cole MD (RF)
MedStar Washington Hospital Center
Liposomal Bupivicaine Decreases Post-Operative Pain
in Anorectal Surgery: A Case-Control Study

Carl Dickler (MS)
George Washington Hospital
The Use of Indocyanine Green as an Aid
in Robotic Colorectal Surgery

Elizabeth Hechenbleikner MD (R)*
Johns Hopkins Hospital
Understanding Implementation of Surgical Quality Improvement:
Auditing Tool for Surgical Site Infection Prevention Practices

Ira Leeds MD (R)*
Johns Hopkins Hospital
High-Grade Anal Intraepithelial Neoplasia: A Silent Disease

Raymond Laird DO (F)
George Washington University
Robotic Transanal Fistula Repair

Shannon V. Lamb MD (R)*
Walter Reed National Military Medical Center
Safety of Combined Abdominal Sacral Colpopexy and
Sigmoid Resection with Suture Rectopexy

CPT Mary T. O’Donnell MD (R)
Walter Reed National Military Medical Center
The Development of Simulated Colonoscopy Objective
Performance Evaluation (S.C.O.P.E.)

Keli Turner MD (R)
University of Maryland
Recurrence Patterns of Colorectal Cancer with Peritoneal Carcinomatosis
Following Cytoreductive Surgery and
Hyperthermic Intraperitoneal Chemotherapy

Bindu A. Umapathi MD (R)
University of Virginia
Implementation of an Enhanced Recovery after Surgery (E.R.A.S.) Protocol
Can Lead to Significant Reduction in
Length of Stay and Readmission Rates

Andrew J. Vorenberg MD
Attending, Colon and Rectal Specialists, Ltd
How I Do the Robot. It's Not Just a Dance

Esther Yim MD (R)
INOVA Fairfax Hospital & Fairfax Colon & Rectal Surgery, PC
Use of Covered Stents in Colorectal Anastomotic Leaks:
A Case Series

Video 1
Raymond Laird DO (F)
George Washington University
Robotic Single Incision Left Colectomy with Splenic
Flexure Mobilization Through a Suprapubic Port

Video 2
Samuel Luka MD (R)
George Washington University
Robotic Low Anterior Resection with Transvaginal Extraction



Spring Meeting 2013

Annual Spring Meeting
April 13, 2013
Westin Hotel
National Harbor, MD


8:00-8:30: Breakfast (Exhibits, Posters)


8:30-9:00: Welcome, Introductions, Presidentʼs
Message, Call for Nominations, CME Surveys


9:00-10:00: Scientific Session 1 - Case Presentations
        Kim, Bennett, Satey, Kelleher, Huang, Villanueva
Moderator: Vincent Obias MD
George Washington University


10:00-10:15: Break (Exhibits, Posters)


10:15-11:00: Scientific Session 2 - Abstracts
        Hechenbleikner, Luka, Pappou*, Boland
Moderator: Andrea Bafford MD
University of Maryland


11:00-11:30: Business Meeting, Elections


11:30-12:15: Scientific Session 3 - Abstracts
        Akinkuotu*, Villanueva*, OʼBrien, Wolf*
Moderator: Caroline Sanchez MD
Fairfax Colon and Rectal Surgery, PC


12:15-12:30: CME Survey, Group Photo


12:30-1:15: Scientific Session 4 - Lunch Speaker:
When Pouches Go Wrong
        Akbari
Introduction: Jonathan Efron MD
The Johns Hopkins Hospital


1:15-1:30: Awards
Presenters: James Duncan MD and Lee Smith MD
Walter Reed National Military Medical Center,
MedStar Washington Hospital Center


(R) resident, (F) = fellow, (RR) = research resident,
(MS) = medical student
* = to be presented at 2013 ASCRS


Case Presentations


H Charles Kim MD
Attending, MedStar Franklin Square Medical Center
Robotic Wedge Resection of Cecal Polyps


Jenni Bennett (MS)
The Johns Hopkins Medical Institute
Behçet's Colon Perforation


Sean Satey (MS)
George Washington University, School of Medicine and Health Sciences
Peristomal Pyoderma Gangrenosum: case study and overview of management


Deirdre C Kelleher MD (RR)
MedStar Washington Hospital Center
Perforated Rectal Cancer Presenting as Necrotizing Fasciitis of the Right Torso


Jenny Huang (MS)
MedStar Georgetown University Hospital
Primary Squamous Cell Carcinoma of the Colon


Maria Sophia Villanueva MD (F)
MedStar Washington Hospital Center
Ischiorectal mass: a case report of leiomyosarcoma of the anorectum


Abstracts
Elizabeth Hechenbleikner (RR)
The Johns Hopkins Medical Institute
Perioperative Steroid Prescribing Habits in Inflammatory Bowel Disease Patients: a call for standardization


Samuel Luka MD MS (R)
The George Washington University
Robotic Colorectal Surgery in Obese Patients: a case-matched series


Emmanouil P Pappou MD (R)*
The Johns Hopkins Hospital
Clinicopathologic presentation and natural history of anorectal melanoma: a case series of 13 patients


Elena Boland MD (F)
Greater Baltimore Medical Center
Does the Use of Bupivacaine Extended-Release Liposome Injection Minimize Postoperative Narcotic Requirements in Colorectal Patients Undergoing Abdominal Operations?


Adesola Akinkuotu MD (R)*
The Johns Hopkins Medical Institute
Comparison of Robotic and Open Rectopexy Procedures for Rectal Prolapse: a single surgeon’s experience


Maria Sophia Villanueva MD (F)*
MedStar Washington Hospital Center
Recurrence of Anal Lesions from Human Papilloma Virus in D.C.


Brendan S O'Brien MD (R)
Walter Reed National Military Medical Center
Incidence of Malignancy in Endoscopically Unresectable Polyps of the Right Colon Referred for Surgical Resection


Joshua Wolf MD (R)*
The Johns Hopkins Hospital
The High Resolution Anoscopy Curve: does practice matter?


Lunch Speaker
Homayoon “Eddie” Akbari MD PhD
Virginia Commonwealth University

When Pouches Go Wrong





Chesapeake Colorectal Society

Annual Spring Meeting

April 21, 2012 - 8 am to 1 pm

Westin Hotel (Potomac B) - National Harbor, MD


8:00-8:30: Breakfast (Exhibits)


8:30: Welcome, Introductions


8:30-9:00: Session I - Imaging / Anorectal

    Anyadike, Kelleher^, Phinney*

Moderator: Allen Chudzinski MD

MedStar Georgetown University Hospital


9:00-9:10: Break (Exhibits)


9:10-9:40: Session II - Robotics

    Khalifeh, Vegeler / Hong^, Makhoul*

Moderator: Jonathan Efron MD

Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions


9:40-10:15: Business Meeting, Nominations, 

Group Photo, Break (Exhibits)


10:15-11:00: Session III - Outcomes

    Hechenbleikner^, Monn, Coralic^, Luka

Moderator: Andrea Bafford MD

University of Maryland


11:00-11:10: Break (Exhibits)


11:10-12:00: Session IV - Cancer

    Pappou*, Sugarbaker, Hechenbleikner, Kumar

Moderator: Thomas Stahl MD

MedStar Washington Hospital Center


12:00-1:15: Lunch, Awards


Speaker: David R Welling MD

Uniformed Services University

The Care and Feeding of Medical Students

(R) = resident, (F) = fellow, (MS) = medical student * = 2012 ASCRS, ^ = 2012 DDW/SSAT, ACS, SLS



Imaging / Anorectal 

Chukwuma Anyadike MD

Maryland Colorectal Specialists P.A.

Presacral Mass: A Case Report


Deirdre C Kelleher MD (R)^

MedStar Washington Hospital Center

Technical difficulties and complications of TEM: A Video Showcase


Sam Phinney MD CPT MC (R)*

Walter Reed National Military Medical Center

Contemporary Success Rates for Optical Colonoscopy and CT Colonography: Who’s Better, Who’s Best?


Robotics  

Kate Khalifeh MD (F)

MedStar Washington Hospital Center

Early Experience with Robotic Colorectal Surgery: Results and Lessons Learned


Rami Makhoul MD (R)*

George Washington University

Robotic Single-Port Right Hemicolectomy in an Obese Patient


Reid Vegeler / Jenny Hong MD (R)^

MedStar Washington Hospital Center

Robotic-assisted APR on a BMI 56 Patient with Rectal Cancer


Outcomes

Elizabeth Hechenbleikner MD (R)^

Georgetown University / Johns Hopkins Hospital

Hospital Readmission after Colorectal Surgery: Opportunities for Prevention


Francesca Monn (MS)

Johns Hopkins Medical Institute

Is Post-operative Venous Thromboembolism (VTE) Preventable in Colorectal Surgery Patients?


Jasna Coralic MD (R)^

MedStar Washington Hospital Center

Using the Cr-POSSUM Score as a Tool for Risk Adjusting Colorectal Surgery Pay for Performance Models


Sam Luka MD (R)

George Washington University

Triple Antibiotic Pulsed Irrigation Use 

in Colon and Rectal Surgery Abdominal Wounds


Cancer 

Emmanouil Pappou MD (R)*

Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions

Analysis of Clinicopathologic Predictors of Recurrence and Survival in Anal Canal Cancer


Paul H Sugarbaker MD

MedStar Washington Cancer Institute

Proactive Management of Primary Colorectal Cancer with Peritoneal Metastases


Elizabeth Hechenbleikner MD (R)

Georgetown University / Johns Hopkins Hospital

Prevalence of the bft Gene in Adult Patients Undergoing Outpatient Colonoscopy


Anjali S Kumar MD

MedStar Washington Hospital Center

Statins as Chemoprevention in Stage 1 / 2 Colon Cancer Patients: NSABP P-5 




Chesapeake Colorectal Society

Annual Spring Meeting April 30, 2011

Westin Hotel National Harbor, MD


8:30-9:00: Breakfast (Exhibits) 


9:00-9:30: Welcome, Introductions,

Business Meeting, Nominations 


9:30-10:45: Scientific Session 1

Drs. Anyadike, Wick*, Duncan, Koch^, Bijelic*, and Otchy


10:45-11:00: Break (Exhibits) 


11:00-12:15: Scientific Session 2

Drs. Obias, Magruder*^, Ugochukwu, Sidani^, Welling, and Gearhart


12:15-12:30: Awards, Group Photo 


12:30-1:00: Lunch (Exhibits)


* = presenting at 2011 ASCRS
^ = resident or fellow

Chukwuma Anyadike MD

Westminster Maryland

Parastomal Squamous Cell Carcinoma


Elizabeth Wick MD*

Johns Hopkins University

Readmission Rates and Costs after Colorectal Surgery


James Duncan MD

National Naval Medical Center

Colorectal Cancer Screening in a Military Medical Center: Optimizing Screening Rates via “Open Access” to Care and CT Colonography


Martha Koch MD^

Greater Baltimore Medical Center

Early Experience in Robotic Colorectal Surgery


Lana Bijelic MD*

Washington Hospital Center

Rectosigmoid resection in cytoreductive surgery with HIPEC


Daniel Otchy MD

Fairfax Colon & Rectal Surgery

Results of Colectomy Without Bowel Preparation in the Private Practice Setting


Vincent Obias MD

George Washington University

Robotic versus Laparoscopic Single Port Right Hemicolectomy


Trent Magruder MD*^

Johns Hopkins School of Medicine

Abdominal rectopexy, the safest option in patients with significant comorbidities and rectal prolapse


Obi Ugochukwu MD

National Naval Medical Center

Key Features of an Efficient Colorectal Cancer Screening Program Based on CT Colonography Disclosure


Shafik Sidani MD^

Washington Hospital Center, Georgetown University

Strategizing for pre-operative pelvic adiposity reduction in obese patients preparing for rectal surgery


David R Welling MD

Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences

Who We Are And What We Must Not Be


Susan Gearhart MD

Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions

Teaching the ACGME 6 core competencies and technical proficiency; How are we doing?

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