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2017 AGA Postgraduate Course Explores Disorders of the Colon and Rectum

March 3, 2017

World-renowned faculty will address a series of innovations in this area of patient care, May 6 and 7.

Continue your learning and discussions from Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month at the 2017 AGA Postgraduate Course: The Full Scope of GI Advances. During general session six, Bringing Up the Rear: Disorders of the Colon and Rectum, world-renowned faculty will address a series of innovations in this area of patient care.

During each talk, the presenter will give pre- and post-tests to attendees using an Audience Response System, and will discuss at least one technological or therapeutic advance in their topic of discussion.

Individual presentations in this session include: 

  • Colon Cancer Screening and Surveillance: Who, When and How?
    Uri Ladabaum, MD, MS
  • Does Every Big Polyp Need EMR?
    Douglas K. Rex, MD, AGAF, FASGE
  • When in Rome: Update on the Rome IV Criteria for Functional Bowel Disorders
    Asyia Ahmad, MD
  • Pelvic Floor Dysfunction and Constipation
    Jennifer Christie, MD
  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome
    Lin Chang, MD, AGAF
  • Disorders of the Anorectum
    Neil Hyman, MD

Save $75 on the cost to attend when you register by March 22. 
By attending this course on May 6 and 7, you will step beyond basic learning and get the full scope of GI advances during this multi-topic course. Details, including the full program agenda and video overviews from the course directors, are available online.  

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