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MGHColorectalSurgery Feb 19
Join us on Cape Cod in July for our annual Colorectal Surgery course!
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MGHColorectalSurgery Feb 14
Grateful to all PROPS participants for your insight and expertise! Please make your voice heard, the last Delphi round is now open!
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MGHColorectalSurgery Feb 12
Harvard Colorectal Surgery Course Registration is Now Live! We are excited to host everyone July 2020 at our new location on the Cape. Book early as we will sell out fast! Register now at:
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Naomi Sell Feb 4
The pride of Medford (& ) teaches us about ‘InflammAGING’ and how he’s working with to potentially reverse this! Awesome work presenting at the Resident Competition!
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Numa Perez Feb 4
The great teaching us about differences in presentations of colon cancer among octogenarian patients: larger tumors but less metastases.
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Alexander Hawkins Feb 4
Hey ! What can you tell us about colon cancer in octogenarians? (great job on your talk!)
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Doug Cassidy Feb 4
kicking off and representing and discussing octogenarians and colorectal tumor characteristics 👵🏻👴🏻
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MGHColorectalSurgery Feb 3
Hello Orlando!! has landed at and can’t wait to support our work by & in addition to the other fantastic residents in town!
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MGHColorectalSurgery Jan 23
Fantastic Grand Rounds by ! Honored to have her back in the Bigelow to share her exciting, ground-breaking work on diverticulitis at !
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MGHColorectalSurgery Jan 22
We’re thrilled to have you back home!
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Debby Keller, MD Jan 12
Bowel Function After J-Pouch May Be More Complex Than Previously Appreciated: A Comprehensive Analysis to Highlight Existing Knowledge Gaps
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Mass General Surgery Dec 16
1. The Pelvic Floor Disorders Consortium, spearheaded by @fascrs_updates , chief of , unites specialists to standardize clinical approaches/patient care, increase collab & push the science in the field.
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MGHColorectalSurgery Dec 12
MGH’s own speaking about measuring pelvic floor disorder symptoms! Such an important topic!
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Liliana Bordeianou, MD, FACS, FASCRS Dec 12
PROPS Delphi Consensus Study is now in its second phase. Many thanks to the 350 + participants in this amazing effort uniting patients and doctors in a common effort. We are very excited to learn from each of you.
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MGHColorectalSurgery May 9
and coaching surgeons on how to perform transanal local excision with TAMIS and taTME at the annual Advances and Controversies in Colorectal Surgery Symposium hosted by MGH Colorectal Surgery & ! Great session
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MGHColorectalSurgery May 9
and teaching how to perform Bascom and Karydakis flaps for complex pilonidal disease at the annual Advances and Controversies in Colorectal Surgery Symposium hosted by MGH Colorectal Surgery & . Great learning opportunity!
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MGHColorectalSurgery May 9
& & sharing key pearls on how to safely perform taTME at the annual Advances and Controversies in Colorectal Surgery Symposium hosted by MGH Colorectal Surgery & !
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MGHColorectalSurgery May 3
representing at Presidential Poster Session - Pts >75yo less likely to undergo curative rectal cancer resection at high-volume centers & less likely to travel far for care. Need integrated care networks to improve care for older adult pts.
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MGHColorectalSurgery 1 Dec 18
Dr. Kunitake representing at the Mass Chapter of the ACS! Discussing strategies to audit compliance with ERAS process measures and introducing the Partners initiative for automatically auditing ERAS steps as part of the workflow
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MGHColorectalSurgery 24 Oct 18
from leading a "Meet the Experts" session on anal neoplasia at , featuring soon-to-be-published data in - 5-year rate of AIN3 progression to anal cancer is 10%
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