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2004 MEETING

 

2004 Scientific Program
November 12 - 13, 2004 
Tacoma Sheraton Hotel

Friday, November 12, 2004
   
FIRST SCIENTIFIC SESSION 7:45 am - 12:15 pm
Moderator: Preston L. Carter, M.D.
 
ALIMENTARY TRACT (Abstracts #1- 6)
Educational Objective: The participants will review current surgical management problems as they relate to obesity, biliary surgery, and colon pathology. Specific objectives to be learned are the expected outcomes and complication management from obesity surgery and congenital biliary disease, the presentation and operative management of choledochal cysts, the utilization of cost saving preoperative and operative procedures in colon pathology and gastroesophageal reflux.
   
7:45 am Introduction and Welcome – Preston L. Carter, MD, President
   
8:00 am
1.
THE CLINICAL UTILITY AND COST EFFECTIVENESS OF PREOPERATIVE CT SCANNING IN PATIENTS WITH COLON CANCER
  Mauchley D *, Lynge DC*, Langdale LA, Stelzner MG*, Mock CN*, Billingsley KG
Portland, Oregon
Discussant: Gordon Houston, MD, Vancouver, BC
   
8:25 am
2.
THE EFFECT OF COMBAT RATIONS ON BOWEL HABITS IN A COMBAT ENVIRONMENT
  Steele SR*, Mullenix PS*, Martin MJ*, Place RJ
Tacoma, Washington
Discussant: Richard Billingham, MD, Portland, OR
   
8:50 am
3.
Resident Competition Paper
EXAMINING THE LEARNING CURVE OF LAPAROSCOPIC FUNDOPLICATIONS AT AN URBAN COMMUNITY HOSPITAL
Hwang H*, Turner LJ, Blair NP
Vancouver, British Columbia
Discussant: Mark Ludvigson, MD, Tacoma, WA
 
9:15 am PRESIDENT'S ADDRESS
 

Preston L. Carter, M.D.
"The Long Green Line"

   
10:00 am BREAK
   
10:15 am THE FOUNDERS' LECTURE
  Harvey J. Sugerman, M.D.
Professor of Surgery, Medical College of Virginia
"The Benefits of Gastric Surgery for Severe Obesity"
   
11:00 am
4.
Resident Competition Paper
EPIDEMIOLOGY, PRESENTATION AND DIAGNOSIS OF CHOLEDOCHAL CYSTS IN ADULTS IN A MAJOR NORTH AMERICAN CITY
  Wiseman K*, Buczkowski AK*, Francoeur J*, Chung SW, Scudamore CH
Vancouver, British Columbia
Discussant: John Waldhausen, MD, Seattle, WA
   
11:25 am
5.
TREATMENT OF NON-ADHESIVE BOWEL OBSTRUCTION FOLLOWING GASTRIC BYPASS
  Lauter D
Seattle, Washington
Discussant: David Tollefson, MD, Olympia, WA
   
11:50 am

DISCUSSION OF MORNING PAPERS
Harvey J. Surgerman, M.D.

   
12:15 pm LUNCHEON/GUEST SPEAKER
  "A Soldier's Perspective on Leadership"
Major General (Ret.) Patrick Brady
Recipient Congressional Medal of Honor
   
SECOND SCIENTIFIC SESSION 1:30 pm – 4:30 pm
Moderator: N. Peter Blair, M.D.
   
TRAUMA/CRITICAL CARE/TRANSPLANTATION (Abstracts #7-12)
Educational Objective: The participants will review and discuss current concepts in the management of the sick and injured patient. Specific objectives to be learned are the review and pitfalls of imaging modalities, application of current management skill into a wartime scenario, and the appreciation of complicating disease processes such as obesity and diabetes as they relate to trauma and transplant management.
   
1:30 pm
6.
OUTCOME OF BILIOPANCREATIC DIVERSION AND BILIOPANCREATIC DIVERSION WITH DUODENAL SWITCH BASED ON COMMON CHANNEL LENGTH
  McConnell DB, O’Rourke R, Deveney C
Portland, Oregon
Discussant: Preston L. Carter, MD, Tacoma, WA
   
1:55 pm
7.
Resident Competition Paper
WHY WE MISS THEM: CT DISTRIBUTION OF OCCULT VERSUS OVERT PNEUMOTHORACES
Ball CG*, Kirkpatrick AW, Laupland K*, Hameed SM, Anderson I*, Litvinchuk S*, Dyer D*, Mulloy R*, Kortbeek JB*
Discussant: Ian Neilson, MD, Seattle, WA
 
2:20 pm
8.
ASSESSMENT OF CARDIAC PERFORMANCE USING THORACIC BIOIMPEDANCE IN CRITICALLY INJURED OBESE PATIENTS
Brown CV*, Shoemaker WC*, Martin MJ*, Azarow K, Demetriades, D*
Tacoma, Washington
Discussant: John Luber, MD, Tacoma, WA
   
2:45 pm BREAK
 
3:00 pm
9.
HEPATITIS C INFECTION INCREASES THE RISK OF POST-LIVER TRANSPLANT DIABETES MELLITUS
  Soule JL*, Olyaei AJ*, DeMattos, AM*, Schwartz JM*, Rosen HR*, Ham JM*, Orloff SL
Portland, Oregon
Discussant: Patrick Healey, MD, Seattle, WA
   
3:25 pm
10.
DONOR NEPHRECTOMY (LAPAROSCOPIC, HAND-ASSISTED OR OPEN)
  Salazar AB, Pelletier RP*, Yilmaz S*, Monroy M*, Tibbles LA*, McLaughlin K*, Sepandj F*
Calgary, Alberta
Discussant: Rajan Nair, MD, Portland, OR
   
3:50 pm
11.
Resident Competition Paper
SUPPORTING THE GLOBAL WAR ON TERROR: A TALE OF TWO CAMPAIGNS FEATURING THE 250TH FORWARD SURGICAL TEAM (AIRBORNE)
Stockmaster NR*, Rush, RM Jr*, Stinger HK*, Devine JG*, Starnes BW*, Atteberry L*, Arrington ED*, Place RJ
Tacoma, Washington
Discussant: William Long, MD, Portland, OR
   
4:15 pm DISCUSSION OF AFTERNOON PAPERS
Harvey J. Surgerman, MD
   
4:30 pm

EXECUTIVE SESSION (MEMBERS ONLY)
Introduction of new members
Annual Business Meeting of the North Pacific Surgical Association

   
4:30 pm MEET THE PROFESSOR
An informal session for residents and fellows to discuss their research work and interests with Dr. Sugerman. (North Conference Room)
   
FRIDAY EVENING
NEW MEMBERS RECEPTION & DINNER

(Tacoma Art Museum)
6:30 pm – 10:30 pm
Entertainment: The Rainier Ringers
(Spouses and guests cordially invited)
   
Saturday, November 13, 2004
 
THIRD SCIENTIFIC SESSION 7:45 am – 12:00 pm
 Moderator: Gregory Luna, MD
   
ENDOCRINE/VASCULAR (Abstracts #13-18)
Educational Objective: The participants will be updated on the diagnostic, therapeutic, and long term outcomes for surgery of the thyroid and parathyroid glands. In addition, surgical indications and management strategies of the adrenal and aorta will be discussed with particular attention to new “less invasive” surgical modalities.
   
7:45 am
12.
A POPULATION-BASED ASSESSMENT OF MAJOR TRAUMA IN A LARGE CANADIAN REGION
  Hameed M, Laupland K*, Kortbeek J*, Findlay C
Calgary, Alberta
Discussant: John Reid, MD, Vancouver, BC
   
8:10 am
13.
Resident Competition Paper
THE IMPACT OF AN ENDOVASCULAR TEAM ON INSTITUTIONAL EVAR OUTCOMES
Mullenix PS*, Starnes BW*, Andersen CA
Tacoma, Washington
Discussant: Gregory Luna, MD, Spokane, WA
 
8:35 am
14.
Resident Competition Paper
INDICATIONS FOR SURGERY IN THE ERA OF LAPAROSCOPIC ADRENALECTOMY
Chavez-Rodriguez J*, Pasieka JL
Calgary, Alberta
Discussant: Mika Sinanan, MD, Seattle, WA
 
9:00 am
15.
Resident Competition Paper
DETECTING AND DEFINING HYPOTHYROIDISM AFTER HEMITHYROIDECTOMY
Piper H*, Baliski C*, Bugis SP, Wilkins G*, Walker B*, Wiseman S*
Vancouver, British Columbia
Discussant: Kim Swartz, MD, Portland, OR
   
9:25 am BREAK
   
9:40 am
16.
Resident Competition Paper
CAN CYTOLOGY ACCURATELY PREDICT BENIGN FOLLICULAR NODULES?
  Smith J*, Cheifetz R, Schneidereit N*, Berean K*, Thomson T*
Vancouver, British Columbia
Discussant: Clifford Porter, MD, Tacoma, WA
   
10:05 am
17.
SELECTIVE UNILATERAL PARATHYROID EXPLORATION: AN EFFECTIVE TREATMENT OF PRIMARY HYPERPARATHYROIDISM
  Baliski, CR*, Stewart J*, Anderson D*, Wiseman S*, Bugis SP
Vancouver, British Columbia
Discussant: John A. Ryan, MD, Seattle, WA
 
10:30 am DISCUSSION OF MORNING PAPERS
Harvey J. Surgerman, MD
   
10:55 am ROYAL COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS OF CANADA LECTURE
  Harvey J. Sugerman, M.D.
"The Acute and Chronic Abdominal Compartment Syndromes"
   
11:45 am
"Dr. Kenneth A.J. Mackenzie"
James Donald, MD, Victoria, BC
NPSA Historian
   
12:00 pm LUNCHEON/VENDOR FAIR
   
FOURTH SCIENTIFIC SESSION 1:30 pm – 5:00 pm
Moderator: William Orrom, MD
 
BREAST/ONCOLOGY (Abstracts #19-24)
Educational Objective: The participants will be updated on the current diagnostic and treatment modalities with regard to the biologic aspects of breast cancer and intraducatal mucinous tumors of the pancreas. In addition, innovative management strategies to improve outcomes in skin care after external beam radiation will be discussed.
   
1:30 pm
18.
Resident Competition Paper
ONE-GLAND EXPLORATION FOR MEDIASTINAL PARATHYROID ADENOMAS: CERVICAL AND THORACOSCOPIC APPROACH
  Liu R*, Hill M*, Ryan JA
Seattle, Washington
Discussant: James Peck, MD, Portland, OR
   
1:55 pm
19.
Resident Competition Paper
THE ASSOCIATION OF CYTOKERATIN-ONLY POSITIVE SENTINEL LYMPH NODES AND SUBSEQUENT METASTASES IN BREAST CANCER
Mullenix PS*, Brown TA*, Meyers MO*, Giles LR*, Sigurdson ER*, Boraas MC*, Hoffman JP*, Eisenberg BL*, Torosian MH*
Tacoma, Washington
Discussant: Daniel Bates, MD, Spokane, WA
 
2:20 pm
20.
Resident Competition Paper
RISK COUNSELING AND MANAGEMENT IN PATIENTS WITH LOBULAR CARCINOMA IN SITU
  Garreau JR*, Nelson J*, Look R*, Watts D*, Mahin D*, Johnson N
Portland, Oregon
Discussant: J Courtney Clyde, MD, Spokane, WA
   
2:45 pm
21.
Resident Competition Paper
SURVEY OF SENTINEL NODE PRACTICE BY GENERAL SURGEONS IN THE STATE OF OREGON
  Garreau JR*, Nelson J*, Cook D, Vetto J, Watts D*, Johnson N
Portland, Oregon
Discussant: Ravi Moonka, MD, Seattle, WA
   
3:10 pm BREAK
   
3:25 pm
22.
BREAST FINE NEEDLE ASPIRATES WITH SCANT CELLULARITY ARE CLINICALLY USEFUL
  Vetto, JT, Pommier RF, Shih RL*, Campagna J*, Robbins D*, Schmidt WA*
Portland, Oregon
Discussant: Alan Morgan, MD, Seattle, WA
   
3:50 pm
23.
Resident Competition Paper
RAYGEL – AN ALTERNATIVE FOR SKIN CARE DURING EXTERNAL BEAM RADIATION
Enomoto TM*, Johnson T*, Petersen N*, Homer L*, Watts D*, Johnson N
Portland, Oregon
Discussant: Johann Cunningham, MD, Victoria, BC
 
4:15 pm
24.
LONG-TERM SURVIVAL AFTER RESECTION OF INVASIVE INTRADUCTAL PAPILIARY MUCINOUS TUMORS OF THE PANCREAS IS THE SAME AS PANCREATIC DUCTAL ADENOCARCINOMA
  Wada K*, Traverso LW
Seattle, Washington
Discussant: David Cook, MD, Portland, OR
   
4:40 pm DISCUSSION OF AFTERNOON PAPERS
Harvey J. Sugerman, MD
   

SATURDAY EVENING
PRESIDENTIAL RECEPTION AND BANQUET

(Spouses and guests cordially invited)

Sheraton Ballroom

6:30 pm FORMAL RECEPTION

(black tie optional)

7:30 pm ANNUAL BANQUET
Entertainment - Darryl and the Diptones

   
Underlining denotes presenting author
*denotes participation by invitation

 

 

 

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