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2011 - ISBTS 2011 Symposium (Washington, DC, USA)

Oral Communications 12: Sensitization
17 September 2011  /  15:00 - 16:30

The association between donor specific antibodies and acute rejection and resolution in small bowel and multivisceral transplantation

Presenter: Hsinlin Tsai, Taipei, Taiwan

- The association between donor specific antibodies and acute rejection and resolution in small bowel and multivisceral transplantation

Presenter: Hsinlin Tsai, Taipei, Taiwan

Induction therapy with thymoglobulin in immunologically high risk intestinal transplant recipients

Presenter: Jason Hawksworth, Washington DC, United States

- Induction therapy with thymoglobulin in immunologically high risk intestinal transplant recipients

Presenter: Jason Hawksworth, Washington DC, United States

Oral Communications 13: Biomarkers
17 September 2011  /  15:00 - 16:30

Monocyte expression of sialoadhesin is increased during acute rejection and other enteritides after intestine transplantation in children

Presenter: Rakesh Sindhi, Pittsburgh, United States

- Monocyte expression of sialoadhesin is increased during acute rejection and other enteritides after intestine transplantation in children

Presenter: Rakesh Sindhi, Pittsburgh, United States

Mechanistic analysis of vitamin B6 deficiency following small bowel transplantation

Presenter: Mohammad Shawaqfeh, Pittsburgh, United States

- Mechanistic analysis of vitamin B6 deficiency following small bowel transplantation

Presenter: Mohammad Shawaqfeh, Pittsburgh, United States

NOD2 polymorphisms in patients with intestinal failure

Presenter: Juan Francisco Guerra, Washington, United States

- NOD2 polymorphisms in patients with intestinal failure

Presenter: Juan Francisco Guerra, Washington, United States

Immunoglubulin levels following intestinal transplantation: early predictor of clinical outcomes

Presenter: Omar Kattan, Los Angeles, United States

- Immunoglubulin levels following intestinal transplantation: early predictor of clinical outcomes

Presenter: Omar Kattan, Los Angeles, United States

Plenary Session IV: Tissue Engineering and Oral Communications 14
18 September 2011  /  08:00 - 10:00

Development of a novel biologically derived scaffold material for use in intestinal tissue engineering

Presenter: Simon Gabe, London, United Kingdom

- Development of a novel biologically derived scaffold material for use in intestinal tissue engineering

Presenter: Simon Gabe, London, United Kingdom

The role of abdominal tissue expanders in complex abdominal wall reconstruction following small bowel transplantation

Presenter: Neilendu Kundu, Westlake, United States

- The role of abdominal tissue expanders in complex abdominal wall reconstruction following small bowel transplantation

Presenter: Neilendu Kundu, Westlake, United States

Closure of the abdominal wall with Alloderm mesh in intestinal transplantation

Presenter: Richard S. Mangus, Indianapolis, United States

- Closure of the abdominal wall with Alloderm mesh in intestinal transplantation

Presenter: Richard S. Mangus, Indianapolis, United States

Report of the surgical management of abdominal rectus fascia after intestinal and multiorgan transplantation

Presenter: Diego Ramisch, Bs As, Argentina

- Report of the surgical management of abdominal rectus fascia after intestinal and multiorgan transplantation

Presenter: Diego Ramisch, Bs As, Argentina

The use of donor fascia as a biologoical mesh in intestinal transplantation

Presenter: Akin Tekin, miami, United States

- The use of donor fascia as a biologoical mesh in intestinal transplantation

Presenter: Akin Tekin, miami, United States

CT colonography coupled to CT arteriography and venography in the assessment of intestinal transplant candidates

Presenter: Daniel Swerdlow, Washington D.C., United States

- CT colonography coupled to CT arteriography and venography in the assessment of intestinal transplant candidates

Presenter: Daniel Swerdlow, Washington D.C., United States

Bowel lengthening: a meta-analysis of the outcomes of the STEP and Bianchi procedures

Presenter: Bobbie King, Manchester, United Kingdom

- Bowel lengthening: a meta-analysis of the outcomes of the STEP and Bianchi procedures

Presenter: Bobbie King, Manchester, United Kingdom

Oral Communications 15: Indications
18 September 2011  /  10:30 - 12:00

Timing of intestinal/multivisceral transplant for Gardner’s syndrome on adults: review of a single center experience

Presenter: Augusto Lauro, Bologna, Italy

- Timing of intestinal/multivisceral transplant for Gardner’s syndrome on adults: review of a single center experience

Presenter: Augusto Lauro, Bologna, Italy

Hyperbilirubinemia alone is not a contraindication for intestinal transplant without liver graft

Presenter: Hiroshi Sogawa, New York, United States

- Hyperbilirubinemia alone is not a contraindication for intestinal transplant without liver graft

Presenter: Hiroshi Sogawa, New York, United States

Thrombophilia profile in adult intestinal failure patients and clinical impact on intestinal transplant outcomes

Presenter: Lee Cummings, Kansas city, United States

- Thrombophilia profile in adult intestinal failure patients and clinical impact on intestinal transplant outcomes

Presenter: Lee Cummings, Kansas city, United States

Multivisceral transplantation for complete porto-mesenteric venous thrombosis

Presenter: Rodrigo Vianna, indianapolis, United States

- Multivisceral transplantation for complete porto-mesenteric venous thrombosis

Presenter: Rodrigo Vianna, indianapolis, United States

The timing of intestinal transplantation – identifying patient subgroups for earlier transplantation

Presenter: Charlotte Pither, Cambridge, United Kingdom

- The timing of intestinal transplantation – identifying patient subgroups for earlier transplantation

Presenter: Charlotte Pither, Cambridge, United Kingdom

Portomesteric venous thrombosis: a new classification in the era of visceral transplantation

Presenter: Kareem Abu-Elmagd, , United States

- Portomesteric venous thrombosis: a new classification in the era of visceral transplantation

Presenter: Kareem Abu-Elmagd, , United States

Waitlist characteristics at a single center intestinal and multivisceral transplant program

Presenter: Undine Gerlach, Berlin, Germany

- Waitlist characteristics at a single center intestinal and multivisceral transplant program

Presenter: Undine Gerlach, Berlin, Germany

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