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VIDEOFORUM LIVE TRANSMISSION FROM THE UNIVERSITY OF KYUSHUreload

Local Time at Main Venue 2018.11.18(Sun) 18:10 - 60min, Merida, MX (UTC-06:00)
Organizer Miguel Tanimoto
Topic Early gastrointestinal cancer endoscopic diagnosis and treatment clinical case discussion
Contents Endoscopy
Style Conference
Connection Method PEXIP
Server At Kyushu University
Streaming Address https://youtu.be/b1Uq7d4fmPI
Brief Description Early disease has no associated symptoms; however, some patients with incidental complaints are diagnosed with early gastrontestinal cancer. In this videoforum we are going to discuss between the experts panel and the venue attendants about endoscopic diagnosis and treatment of two clinical cases from Kyushu University Hospital.

Key Members

ChairMiguel TanimotoThe National Institute of Medical Sciences and NutritionMX
Co-Chair 1---
Co-Chair 2---
Chief Engineer 1Nancy GertrudizThe National Institute of Medical Sciences and NutritionMX
Chief Engineer 2Shunta TomimatsuKyushu University HospitalJP
Chief Engineer 3Shintaro UedaKyushu University HospitalJP
Chief Engineer 4---

Connecting Institutions  

Red is to be decided
City, Country Institution Moderator Local Engineer
1(Main).Merida, MXInternational Convention Center of YucatanMiguel TanimotoNancy Gertrudiz
2.Fukuoka, JPKyushu University HospitalAkira HaradaShintaro Ueda

Schedule

Main venue     Localtime
1.Merida, MXContentsPresenter2
2018.11.18
17:40 - 18:10
2018.11.19
08:40 - 09:10
18:10 - 18:20Opening remarks and greetingsMiguel Tanimoto09:10 - 09:20
18:20 - 19:00Lecture:2 Clinical casesAkira Harada(Kyushu University Hospital)09:20 - 10:00
19:00 - 19:10Closing remarksMiguel Tanimoto10:00 - 10:10

Precautions

  • The conference will be recorded by the photos and movies.
  • Pictures taken at the conference will be published in TEMDEC home page, annual report and conference presentations.
  • Do not present the personal information of patients any in oral and presentation materials without obtaining the patient's consent.

* For more information, please refer to the TEMDEC policy.