1st ILLS Webinar on
Minimally Invasive Liver Surgery


December 12 & 13th, 2pm > 4pm

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Registration fees:

-Registration is compulsory for everyone prior the webinar-

  • ILLS 2020 active members: FREE

  • Resident-Fellow-Trainee: FREE (documentary proof compulsory)

  • Non members:  100€

  • Non members who would purchase 2021* membership: 50€


Online 100% digital

organized with the technical help of "Fondazione Poliambulanza Istituto Ospedaliero"

Detailed Programme:

see here below or download the pdf file here

Day one: Saturday December 12th, 2pm-4pm (CET time)

Indications and challenges

  • Welcome and introduction (Prof. Go Wakabayashi)


  • Laparoscopic treatment of benign liver diseases: Indications and results (Prof. Paulo Pherman)


  • Laparoscopic and robotic left lateral donor hepatectomy: Just a mather of choice (Prof. Roberto Troisi)


  • Laparoscopic anatomical resection irrespective for HCC and CRLM: Its techniques and significance (Prof. Go Wakabayashi)


  • Towards a safe liver resection, lessons learned (Prof. Catherine Teh)


  • Bleeding and complications in laparoscopic liver surgery (Prof. Mo Abu Hilal)

  • Closure and remarks

Day two: Sunday December 13th, 2pm-4pm (CET time)

Techniques and benefits of laparoscopic liver surgery

  • Welcome and introduction (Prof. Go Wakabayashi)

  • ILLS 2021 3rd World Congress Virtual Meeting: You don’t want to miss it! (Prof. David Geller)

  • Laparoscopic liver resection in difficult locations (Prof. Ho-Seong Han)

  • Laparoscopic right hepatectomy: How I do it (Prof. Daniel Cherqui)

  • Differential benefit of laparoscopic versus open liver resection: When the minimally invasive approach is really needed? (Prof. Luca Aldrighetti)

  • MI liver surgery in the era of regional preoperative therapies (Prof. Horacio Asbun)

  • Minimally invasive liver surgery in the era of Robotic technology (Prof. Chung Ngai TANG).

  • Closure and remarks

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