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Video Author: Yesenia Rojas-Khalil, MD
Published on: 11.08.2019

Resumen de la edicion por Yesenia Rojas-Khalil, MD

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Creator: Yesenia Rojas-Khalil, MD
Duration: 9:09
Resumen de la edicion por Yesenia Rojas-Khalil, MD
Creator: Ipek Sapci, MD; Jim Tiernan, MD, PhD, Raffi Gurunluoglu, MD; Emre Gorgun, MD
Duration: 4:45
Video Vignettes are peer-reviewed monthly features in DC&R that contain a brief video as the major component.
Creator: Susan Galandiuk, MD
Duration: 7:56
Creator: Zhaomin Xu, MD, MPH; Christopher T. Aquina, MD, MPH; Carla F. Justiniano, MD, MPH; Adan Z. Becerra, PhD; Francis P. Boscoe, PhD; Maria J. Schymura, PhD; Larissa K. Temple, MD, MSc; Fergal J. Fleming, MD
Duration: 2:00
The number of hospitals performing rectal cancer resections in New York State is decreasing and volume by center is increasing. There was a statistically significant difference in the mean distance traveled by patients over time. If rectal cancer resections were centralized to high-volume centers, the mean travel distance would increase by 9.5 miles. There would be a 321% increase in the number of patients having to travel 50+ miles for surgery. Any plan for centralization in New York State will require careful planning to avoid placing undue travel burden on patients.
Creator: Hamzah Abu-Sbeih, MD; Faisal S. Ali, MD; Ellie Chen, MD; Niharika Mallepally, MD; Wenyi Luo, MD; Yang Lu, MD; Wai Chin Foo, MD; Wei Qiao, PhD; Pablo C. Okhuysen, MD; Javier A. Adachi, MD; Ray Y. Hachem, MD; Mehmet Altan, MD; Robert R. Jenq, MD; Yinghong W
Duration: 3:09
The prompt diagnosis and management of neutropenic enterocolitis are critical to prevent complications. The use of granulocyte colony-stimulating factor can be beneficial to shorten the duration of neutropenia.
Creator: Leandro Jimenez, MS; Rodrigo Oliva Perez, MD, PhD; Guilherme Pagin São Julião, MD; Bruna Vailati, MD; Laura Fernandez, MD; Joaquim Gama-Rodrigues, MD, PhD; Angelita Habr-Gama, MD, PhD; Jennifer DeVecchio, MB; Matthew Kalady, MD, PhD; Anamaria Camargo, PhD
Duration: 2:20
A DNA repair gene score may predict patients likely to have poor response to chemoradiation. This score may be a relevant tool to be investigated in future studies focused on chemoradiation used in the context of organ preservation.
Creator: Solafah Abdalla, MD; Eddy Cotte, MD, PhD; Antoine Epin, MD; Karoui Mehdi, MD, PhD; Jérémie H Lefèvre, MD, PhD; Anne Berger, MD, PhD; Frederic Marchal, MD; Quentin Denost, MD; Christophe Penna, MD; Stephane Benoist, MD, PhD; Antoine Brouquet, MD, PhD
Duration: 3:37
Endoluminal vacuum therapy appears to be effective to treat colorectal anastomotic leakage especially when it is used as primary treatment of the fistula. Long-term functional outcome of patients undergoing conservative management of anastomotic leakage may be improved with endoluminal vacuum therapy
Creator: Mario Schootman; Donna Jeffe; Kendra Ratnapradipa; Jan Eberth; Nicholas Davidson
Duration: 3:59
Better management and prevention of anemia and sepsis among patients with diabetes mellitus may reduce their increased risk of death after colon cancer resection.
Creator: Yesenia Rojas-Khalil, MD
Duration: 9:24
Resumen de la edicion por Yesenia Rojas-Khalil, MD
Creator: Gimon, Tamara I. M.D.1; Dykstra, Mark A. M.D., F.R.C.S.C.1; Chezar, Ksenia M.D.2; Buie, W. Donald M.D., M.Sc., F.R.C.S.C.1; MacLean, Anthony M.D., F.R.C.S.C.1
Duration: 3:57
There is a high rate of incomplete reporting of core and optional elements for malignant colorectal polyp pathology reports in Alberta. Several variables used by colorectal surgeons for decision making, such as tumor budding and depth of submucosal invasion, are not considered core elements and are infrequently reported. A pathology review by a second pathologist often results in a change in risk stratification.
Creator: Wang, Dongsheng Ph.D.1; Xu, Jihua M.S.1; Zhang, Zhengdong M.S.2; Li, Shuai Ph.D.2; Zhang, Xianxiang Ph.D.1; Zhou, Yunpeng M.S.1,3; Zhang, Xunying M.S.1; Lu, Yun Ph.D.1,3
Duration: 2:12
In high-resolution MRI images of rectal cancer before treatment, the application of faster region-based convolutional neural network to segment the positive circumferential resection margin has high accuracy and feasibility.
Creator: Heo, Yoonjung M.D.1; Kim, Min Hyun M.D.1; Kim, Duck-Woo M.D., Ph.D.1; Lee, Sang A. B.S.1; Bang, Sukyung B.S.1; Kim, Myung Jo M.D.1; Oh, Heung-Kwon M.D.1; Kang, Sung-Bum M.D., Ph.D.1; Kang, Sung Il M.D.2; Park, Ji Won M.D., Ph.D.3; Ryoo, Seung-Bum M.D., Ph
Duration: 2:42
A simplified pedigree is acceptable for selecting candidates to screen for hereditary colorectal cancer, whereas an extended pedigree is still required for a more precise diagnosis of Lynch syndrome, especially in younger patients.
Creator: Bolckmans, Roel M.D.1; Kalman, Thordis M.D.2; Singh, Sandeep M.D.1; Ratnatunga, Keshara C. M.D.1; Myrelid, Pär M.D., Ph.D.2; Travis, Simon M.D., Ph.D.3; George, Bruce D. M.D.1
Duration: 2:22
Smoking cessation after primary ileocolic resection for Crohn’s disease may significantly reduce long-term risk of surgical recurrence and is associated with less use of maintenance therapy.
Creator: Al-Masrouri, Safiya M.D., M.Sc.1; Garfinkle, Richard M.D., M.Sc.1; Al-Rashid, Faisal M.D.1; Zhao, Kaiqiong Ph.D.2; Morin, Nancy M.D.1; Ghitulescu, Gabriela A. M.D.1; Vasilevsky, Carol-Ann M.D.1; Boutros, Marylise M.D.1
Duration: 3:27
The incidence of readmission for treatment failure after an episode of diverticulitis managed nonoperatively is 6.6%, and an index episode of complicated diverticulitis is the strongest risk factor for treatment failure.
Creator: Wiener, Jameson G.D. B.S.; Goss, Lauren M.S.P.H.; Wahl, Tyler S. M.D., M.S.P.H.; Terry, Morgan A. B.S.; Burge, Kaitlin G. B.A.; Chu, Daniel I. M.D.; Richman, Joshua S. M.D., Ph.D.; Cannon, Jamie M.D.; Kennedy, Gregory D. M.D., Ph.D.; Morris, Melanie S. M.
Duration: 4:23
The implementation of an enhanced recovery after surgery protocol is independently associated with the development of postoperative acute kidney injury.
Creator: Susan Galandiuk, MD
Duration: 7:44
Summary of the issue from Editor-in-Chief Susan Galandiuk, MD
Creator:
Duration: 4:15
Video Vignettes are peer-reviewed monthly features in DC&R that contain a brief video as the major component.
Creator: Yesenia Rojas-Khalil, MD
Duration:
Resumen de la edicion por Yesenia Rojas-Khalil, MD
Creator: Grass et al.
Duration: 2:42
Colonic decompression is effective compared to standard medical therapy alone for proximal colonic dilation or symptoms associated with acute colonic pseudo-obstruction. On segmental analysis, colonic decompression does not provide any additional benefit over standard medical therapy in improving transverse or distal colonic dilation.
Creator:
Duration: 4:24
The residual disease rate in patients treated surgically was higher than previously reported (43.2%). Incidence of recurrence in patients treated conservatively was low (4.4%). Areas of improvements have been identified in adherence to endoscopic follow-up, histopathological reporting, and potential overuse of radiological surveillance.



Creator: Yesenia Rojas-Khalil, MD
Duration: 9:09
Resumen de la edicion por Yesenia Rojas-Khalil, MD
Creator: Ipek Sapci, MD; Jim Tiernan, MD, PhD, Raffi Gurunluoglu, MD; Emre Gorgun, MD
Duration: 4:45
Video Vignettes are peer-reviewed monthly features in DC&R that contain a brief video as the major component.
Creator: Susan Galandiuk, MD
Duration: 7:56
Creator: Zhaomin Xu, MD, MPH; Christopher T. Aquina, MD, MPH; Carla F. Justiniano, MD, MPH; Adan Z. Becerra, PhD; Francis P. Boscoe, PhD; Maria J. Schymura, PhD; Larissa K. Temple, MD, MSc; Fergal J. Fleming, MD
Duration: 2:00
The number of hospitals performing rectal cancer resections in New York State is decreasing and volume by center is increasing. There was a statistically significant difference in the mean distance traveled by patients over time. If rectal cancer resections were centralized to high-volume centers, the mean travel distance would increase by 9.5 miles. There would be a 321% increase in the number of patients having to travel 50+ miles for surgery. Any plan for centralization in New York State will require careful planning to avoid placing undue travel burden on patients.
Creator: Hamzah Abu-Sbeih, MD; Faisal S. Ali, MD; Ellie Chen, MD; Niharika Mallepally, MD; Wenyi Luo, MD; Yang Lu, MD; Wai Chin Foo, MD; Wei Qiao, PhD; Pablo C. Okhuysen, MD; Javier A. Adachi, MD; Ray Y. Hachem, MD; Mehmet Altan, MD; Robert R. Jenq, MD; Yinghong W
Duration: 3:09
The prompt diagnosis and management of neutropenic enterocolitis are critical to prevent complications. The use of granulocyte colony-stimulating factor can be beneficial to shorten the duration of neutropenia.
Creator: Leandro Jimenez, MS; Rodrigo Oliva Perez, MD, PhD; Guilherme Pagin São Julião, MD; Bruna Vailati, MD; Laura Fernandez, MD; Joaquim Gama-Rodrigues, MD, PhD; Angelita Habr-Gama, MD, PhD; Jennifer DeVecchio, MB; Matthew Kalady, MD, PhD; Anamaria Camargo, PhD
Duration: 2:20
A DNA repair gene score may predict patients likely to have poor response to chemoradiation. This score may be a relevant tool to be investigated in future studies focused on chemoradiation used in the context of organ preservation.
Creator: Solafah Abdalla, MD; Eddy Cotte, MD, PhD; Antoine Epin, MD; Karoui Mehdi, MD, PhD; Jérémie H Lefèvre, MD, PhD; Anne Berger, MD, PhD; Frederic Marchal, MD; Quentin Denost, MD; Christophe Penna, MD; Stephane Benoist, MD, PhD; Antoine Brouquet, MD, PhD
Duration: 3:37
Endoluminal vacuum therapy appears to be effective to treat colorectal anastomotic leakage especially when it is used as primary treatment of the fistula. Long-term functional outcome of patients undergoing conservative management of anastomotic leakage may be improved with endoluminal vacuum therapy
Creator: Mario Schootman; Donna Jeffe; Kendra Ratnapradipa; Jan Eberth; Nicholas Davidson
Duration: 3:59
Better management and prevention of anemia and sepsis among patients with diabetes mellitus may reduce their increased risk of death after colon cancer resection.
Creator: Yesenia Rojas-Khalil, MD
Duration: 9:24
Resumen de la edicion por Yesenia Rojas-Khalil, MD
Creator: Gimon, Tamara I. M.D.1; Dykstra, Mark A. M.D., F.R.C.S.C.1; Chezar, Ksenia M.D.2; Buie, W. Donald M.D., M.Sc., F.R.C.S.C.1; MacLean, Anthony M.D., F.R.C.S.C.1
Duration: 3:57
There is a high rate of incomplete reporting of core and optional elements for malignant colorectal polyp pathology reports in Alberta. Several variables used by colorectal surgeons for decision making, such as tumor budding and depth of submucosal invasion, are not considered core elements and are infrequently reported. A pathology review by a second pathologist often results in a change in risk stratification.
Creator: Wang, Dongsheng Ph.D.1; Xu, Jihua M.S.1; Zhang, Zhengdong M.S.2; Li, Shuai Ph.D.2; Zhang, Xianxiang Ph.D.1; Zhou, Yunpeng M.S.1,3; Zhang, Xunying M.S.1; Lu, Yun Ph.D.1,3
Duration: 2:12
In high-resolution MRI images of rectal cancer before treatment, the application of faster region-based convolutional neural network to segment the positive circumferential resection margin has high accuracy and feasibility.
Creator: Heo, Yoonjung M.D.1; Kim, Min Hyun M.D.1; Kim, Duck-Woo M.D., Ph.D.1; Lee, Sang A. B.S.1; Bang, Sukyung B.S.1; Kim, Myung Jo M.D.1; Oh, Heung-Kwon M.D.1; Kang, Sung-Bum M.D., Ph.D.1; Kang, Sung Il M.D.2; Park, Ji Won M.D., Ph.D.3; Ryoo, Seung-Bum M.D., Ph
Duration: 2:42
A simplified pedigree is acceptable for selecting candidates to screen for hereditary colorectal cancer, whereas an extended pedigree is still required for a more precise diagnosis of Lynch syndrome, especially in younger patients.
Creator: Bolckmans, Roel M.D.1; Kalman, Thordis M.D.2; Singh, Sandeep M.D.1; Ratnatunga, Keshara C. M.D.1; Myrelid, Pär M.D., Ph.D.2; Travis, Simon M.D., Ph.D.3; George, Bruce D. M.D.1
Duration: 2:22
Smoking cessation after primary ileocolic resection for Crohn’s disease may significantly reduce long-term risk of surgical recurrence and is associated with less use of maintenance therapy.
Creator: Al-Masrouri, Safiya M.D., M.Sc.1; Garfinkle, Richard M.D., M.Sc.1; Al-Rashid, Faisal M.D.1; Zhao, Kaiqiong Ph.D.2; Morin, Nancy M.D.1; Ghitulescu, Gabriela A. M.D.1; Vasilevsky, Carol-Ann M.D.1; Boutros, Marylise M.D.1
Duration: 3:27
The incidence of readmission for treatment failure after an episode of diverticulitis managed nonoperatively is 6.6%, and an index episode of complicated diverticulitis is the strongest risk factor for treatment failure.
Creator: Wiener, Jameson G.D. B.S.; Goss, Lauren M.S.P.H.; Wahl, Tyler S. M.D., M.S.P.H.; Terry, Morgan A. B.S.; Burge, Kaitlin G. B.A.; Chu, Daniel I. M.D.; Richman, Joshua S. M.D., Ph.D.; Cannon, Jamie M.D.; Kennedy, Gregory D. M.D., Ph.D.; Morris, Melanie S. M.
Duration: 4:23
The implementation of an enhanced recovery after surgery protocol is independently associated with the development of postoperative acute kidney injury.
Creator: Susan Galandiuk, MD
Duration: 7:44
Summary of the issue from Editor-in-Chief Susan Galandiuk, MD
Creator:
Duration: 4:15
Video Vignettes are peer-reviewed monthly features in DC&R that contain a brief video as the major component.
Creator: Grass et al.
Duration: 2:42
Colonic decompression is effective compared to standard medical therapy alone for proximal colonic dilation or symptoms associated with acute colonic pseudo-obstruction. On segmental analysis, colonic decompression does not provide any additional benefit over standard medical therapy in improving transverse or distal colonic dilation.
Creator: Mankaney et al
Duration: 3:00
Colonic decompression is effective compared to standard medical therapy alone for proximal colonic dilation or symptoms associated with acute colonic pseudo-obstruction. On segmental analysis, colonic decompression does not provide any additional benefit over standard medical therapy in improving transverse or distal colonic dilation.
Creator: Sharma et al.
Duration: 4:24
The residual disease rate in patients treated surgically was higher than previously reported (43.2%). Incidence of recurrence in patients treated conservatively was low (4.4%). Areas of improvements have been identified in adherence to endoscopic follow-up, histopathological reporting, and potential overuse of radiological surveillance.
Creator: Compliance With Preoperative Elements of the American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons Rectal Cancer Surgery Checklist Improves Pathologic and Postoperative Outcomes
Duration: 4:26
A reasonable consensus was reached by the Pelvic Floor Disorders Consortium on the pelvic floor symptom measurement tools and patient-reported instruments and questionnaires that should be recommended in a routine clinical setting and as a baseline measure in clinical research addressing common pelvic floor symptoms, including a long and short form. These tools can be augmented with additional quality-of-life tools and more robust measurement tools when detailed information about a condition is needed to fine-tune decision making.
Creator: Emma Westerduin, et al
Duration: 1:55
This study suggests that transanal minimally invasive surgery is a valid alternative to conventional top-down redo pelvic surgery for persisting pelvic sepsis or chronic sinus, with more often a laparoscopic approach for the abdominal part.
Creator: Patricia Tejedor, et al
Duration: 2:48
Mesh-related complications are reduced using absorbable sutures compared with nonabsorbable sutures when performing laparoscopic ventral mesh rectopexy with synthetic mesh without an increase in rectopexy failures.
Creator: Patricia Tejedor, MD; Filippos Sagias, M.D.; Geral David, M.D:; Valerio Celentano, M.D.; Jim S Khan, PHD
Duration: 5:12
Video Vignettes are peer-reviewed monthly features in DC&R that contain a brief video as the major component.
Creator: Taryn E. Hassinger, et al.
Duration: 2:57
Editor Pick 2, Video Abstract, November 2019 Issue.
CONCLUSIONS: Enhanced recovery was associated with receiving on-time adjuvant chemotherapy. As promptinitiation of adjuvant chemotherapy improves survival in colorectal cancer, future investigation of long-term oncologic outcomes is necessary to evaluate the potential impact of enhanced recovery on survival.
Creator: Marco Bertucci Zoccali, et al.
Duration: 2:31
Editor Pick 3, Video Abstract, November 2019 Issue.
CONCLUSION: In a large cohort of patients undergoing IPAA for ulcerative colitis with at least a 5-year follow-up, anti-tumor necrosis factor exposure was the only independent risk factor for the development of pouchitis. These agents may “precondition” the pouch to develop pouchitis through alterations in the microbiome and/or local host immunity of the terminal ileum.
Creator: Maude Trepanier, et al.
Duration: 3:08
Editor Pick 5, Video Abstract, November 2019 Issue.
CONCLUSIONS: Despite the rarity of venous thromboembolic events, extended thromboprophylaxisis a cost-effective strategy.
Creator: Mads F. Klein et al.
Duration: 2:44
Editor Pick 3, Video Abstract, October 2019 Issue. Conclusions of the study: Based on this nationwide database study, and after multivariate and propensity score-matched analyses, there was no increased risk of positive circumferential resection margin after laparoscopic vs open rectal resection
Creator: Kevin W.A. Göttgens et al.
Duration: 1:53
Editor Pick 5, Video Abstract, October 2019 Issue. Conclusions of the study: Results with the ligation of intersphincteric fistula tract procedure were not as good as hoped. The effect on fecal continence, however, was minimal. The procedure might be more suitable for low transsphincteric fistulas.
Creator: Robert C. Wu et al.
Duration: 2:56
Editor Pick 6, Video Abstract, October 2019 Issue. Conclusions of the study: Transversus abdominis block can lead to a lower pain score at rest within the first 6 hours and reduce opioid consumption within the first 24 hours.
Creator: Adam C. Fields M.D.
Duration: 3:09
A significant proportion of patients undergoing colectomy become prolonged opioid users. We have identified risk factors for prolonged postoperative opioid use, which may allow for improved patient education and targets for intervention preoperatively, as well as implementation of programs for monitoring and cessation of opioid use in the postoperative period.
Creator: Sandrine Ostermann
Duration: 1:58
Enhanced recovery program is safe and improves postoperative recovery in elderly patients with decreased morbidity, shorter hospital stay, and better maintenance of independence. It should therefore be considered as a standard of care for elective colorectal surgery in elderly patients.
Creator: Joost van der Heijden
Duration: 2:54
We recommend that others reconsider their current postoperative management for patients with rectal cancer and suggest a change to a comparable noninvasive, patient-driven postoperative guidance to enhance patient coping mechanisms and self-management and therefore improve their quality of life.
Creator: R. Perez*1, G. Pagin São Julião1, B. Borba Vailati1, C.M. Cabrera Ordonez1, J. Azevedo1, A. Habr-Gama1, L. Fernandez2, T. Konishi3; 1Sao Paulo, Brazil, 2Lisbon, Portugal, 3Tokyo, Japan
Duration: 4:00

2019 Best Video of the ASCRS Annual Meeting

Every year the Video-Based Education Committee of the American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons (ASCRS) receives high-quality videos from national and international experts for consideration for presentation at the ASCRS annual meeting. Videos are evaluated through a rigorous, anonymous, and unbiased peer-review process. The best eight are selected for podium presentation at the video session. One of these eight is selected by the Awards Committee to receive THE BARTON HOEXTER, MD, BEST VIDEO AWARD. An additional 40 videos are selected for presentation in the video room during the meeting. Five of the videos selected for podium presentation are submitted to Diseases of the Colon & Rectum to provide members of the Society, trainees, and journal subscribers access to the “best of the best” of the annual meeting video session.

Creator: G.S. Charak*1, F.F. Quezada1, J. Garcia Aguilar1; 1New York, NY
Duration: 3:56

2019 Best Video of the ASCRS Annual Meeting

Every year the Video-Based Education Committee of the American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons (ASCRS) receives high-quality videos from national and international experts for consideration for presentation at the ASCRS annual meeting. Videos are evaluated through a rigorous, anonymous, and unbiased peer-review process. The best eight are selected for podium presentation at the video session. One of these eight is selected by the Awards Committee to receive THE BARTON HOEXTER, MD, BEST VIDEO AWARD. An additional 40 videos are selected for presentation in the video room during the meeting. Five of the videos selected for podium presentation are submitted to Diseases of the Colon & Rectum to provide members of the Society, trainees, and journal subscribers access to the “best of the best” of the annual meeting video session.

Creator: K. Kawada*1, M. Yoshitomi1, S. Inamoto1, Y. Itatani1, R. Mizuno1, K. Hida1, Y. Sakai1; 1Kyoto, Japan
Duration: 4:01

2019 Best Video of the ASCRS Annual Meeting

Every year the Video-Based Education Committee of the American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons (ASCRS) receives high-quality videos from national and international experts for consideration for presentation at the ASCRS annual meeting. Videos are evaluated through a rigorous, anonymous, and unbiased peer-review process. The best eight are selected for podium presentation at the video session. One of these eight is selected by the Awards Committee to receive THE BARTON HOEXTER, MD, BEST VIDEO AWARD. An additional 40 videos are selected for presentation in the video room during the meeting. Five of the videos selected for podium presentation are submitted to Diseases of the Colon & Rectum to provide members of the Society, trainees, and journal subscribers access to the “best of the best” of the annual meeting video session.

Creator: G. Low*1, E. Noren1, S. Lee1; 1Los Angeles, CA
Duration: 3:48

2019 Best Videos of the ASCRS Annual Meeting

Every year the Video-Based Education Committee of the American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons (ASCRS) receives high-quality videos from national and international experts for consideration for presentation at the ASCRS annual meeting. Videos are evaluated through a rigorous, anonymous, and unbiased peer-review process. The best eight are selected for podium presentation at the video session. One of these eight is selected by the Awards Committee to receive THE BARTON HOEXTER, MD, BEST VIDEO AWARD. An additional 40 videos are selected for presentation in the video room during the meeting. Five of the videos selected for podium presentation are submitted to Diseases of the Colon & Rectum to provide members of the Society, trainees, and journal subscribers access to the “best of the best” of the annual meeting video session.

Creator: C. Harnsberger*1, K. Alavi1, J. Davids1, P. Sturrock1, C. Ellis1, J. Maykel1; 1Worcester, MA
Duration: 4:00

2019 Best Videos of the ASCRS Annual Meeting

Every year the Video-Based Education Committee of the American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons (ASCRS) receives high-quality videos from national and international experts for consideration for presentation at the ASCRS annual meeting. Videos are evaluated through a rigorous, anonymous, and unbiased peer-review process. The best eight are selected for podium presentation at the video session. One of these eight is selected by the Awards Committee to receive THE BARTON HOEXTER, MD, BEST VIDEO AWARD. An additional 40 videos are selected for presentation in the video room during the meeting. Five of the videos selected for podium presentation are submitted to Diseases of the Colon & Rectum to provide members of the Society, trainees, and journal subscribers access to the “best of the best” of the annual meeting video session.

Creator: Dai Uematsu, Gaku A kiyama, Takehiko Sugihara, Akiko Magishi, Kojiro Ono, Takuya Y amaguchi, Takayuki Sano
Duration: 4:59
Video Vignettes are peer-reviewed monthly features in DC&R that contain a brief video as the major component.
Creator: Susan Galandiuk, MD
Duration: 9:50
Summary of the issue from Editor-in-Chief Susan Galandiuk, MD
Creator: Youn Young Park, M.D., Ph.D.
Duration: 3:13
Bowel function recovers with time after the restoration of bowel continuity. A short time interval, handsewn anastomosis, preoperative chemoradiation, and ileostomy were significantly associated with poor bowel function or major fecal incontinence. Surgeons should discuss postoperative bowel dysfunction and its predictive factors with the patients.
Creator: Ipek Sapci, Jim P Tiernan, Emre Gorgun
Duration: 3:58
Video Vignette: AUGUST 2019
Creator: Roel Hompes, M.D.
Duration: 3:03
Surgeons undertaking transanal total mesorectal excision must be aware of the possibility of carbon dioxide embolus and its potential risk factors, including venous bleeding (wrong plane surgery), high insufflation pressures, and patient positioning. Prompt recognition and management can limit the clinical impact of such events.
Creator: Kanjanasilp, Prapon, M.D.
Duration: 3:40
A comprehensive understanding of previously unreported highly prevalent external iliac vein tributaries in the presacral region is vital during complex pelvic surgery. A simplified classification of internal iliac vein variations is proposed.
Creator: Rodrigo O. Perez, M.D., Ph.D
Duration: 2:43
Assessment at 10 to 16 weeks may detect a minority of patients who achieve complete clinical response without additional recurrence after neoadjuvant chemoradiation. Patients suspected for a complete clinical response should be considered for reassessment beyond 16 weeks before definitive management when considered for a watch and wait strategy.
Creator: Steven J. Skube, M.D.
Duration: 2:39
Colorectal lymphoma is rare, with variable treatment approaches. Patients with noncecal involvement and chronic immunosuppression had worse overall survival. Patients with mass lesions, particularly cecal masses, are at higher risk to require urgent intervention, and primary resection should be considered.
Creator: Tae David Kim, Jed Calata, Jean Francois Tremblay, Brian Welch, Kunal Kochar, Slawomir Marecik, John Park
Duration: 3:00
Video Vignettes are peer-reviewed monthly features in DC&R that contain a brief video as the major component.
Creator: Isuzu Meyer, MD
Duration: 4:16
Characteristics differ between older and younger women seeking care for fecal incontinence. The differential impact and age-related phenotypes may provide useful information for patient counseling and developing management algorithms for women with fecal incontinence.
Creator: Sheridan A. Morgan, Ipek Sapci, Jennifer E Hrabe, Emre Gorgun
Duration: 5:00
Video Vignettes are peer-reviewed monthly features in DC&R that contain a brief video as the major component.
Creator: Yesenia Rojas-Khalil, MD
Duration: 10:14
Resumen de la edicion por Yesenia Rojas-Khalil, MD
Creator: Susan Galandiuk, MD
Duration: 8:17
Summary of the issue from Editor-in-Chief Susan Galandiuk, MD
Creator: Slawomir Marecik, Christina Warner, Jean-Sebastien Trepanier, Kunal Kochar, John Park
Duration: 4:07

2018 ASCRS Barton Hoexter, MD, Best Video Award Redo repair of a recurrent rectovaginal fistula with rectal advancement flap: three-layer closure. (Slawomir Marecik, Christina Warner, Jean-Sebastien Trepanier, Kunal Kochar, John Park).

Creator: Stephanie Talutis, Jason Hall
Duration: 3:50

This video from the 2018 American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons Annual Meeting was among the five selected for podium presentation and was submitted to Diseases of the Colon & Rectum to provide members of the society, trainees, and journal subscribers access to the “best of the best” of the annual meeting video session.

Alessandro Fichera and Ali Mahmood

Creator: Gabriel R. Chedister, Pinckney J. Maxwell, Kevin O. Delaney, Virgilio V. George
Duration: 3:52

This video from the 2018 American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons Annual Meeting was among the five selected for podium presentation and was submitted to Diseases of the Colon & Rectum to provide members of the society, trainees, and journal subscribers access to the “best of the best” of the annual meeting video session.

Alessandro Fichera and Ali Mahmood

Creator: Bradford Sklow, Pamela Burgess
Duration: 3:34

This video from the 2018 American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons Annual Meeting was among the five selected for podium presentation and was submitted to Diseases of the Colon & Rectum to provide members of the society, trainees, and journal subscribers access to the “best of the best” of the annual meeting video session.

Alessandro Fichera and Ali Mahmood

Creator: Wei Wang, Wenjun Xiong, Xingquan Lu, Lijie Luo, Yansheng Zheng, Jin Wan
Duration: 6:45
This video from the 2018 American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons Annual Meeting was among the five selected for podium presentation and was submitted to Diseases of the Colon & Rectum to provide members of the society, trainees, and journal subscribers access to the “best of the best” of the annual meeting video session.

Alessandro Fichera and Ali Mahmood

Creator: Gustavo Rossi, Juan P. Campana, Juan Achaval Rodriguez, Ricardo Mentz, Rodrigo Oliva Perez
Duration: 3:59

This video from the 2017 American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons Annual Meeting was among the five selected for podium presentation and was submitted to Diseases of the Colon & Rectum to provide members of the society, trainees, and journal subscribers access to the “best of the best” of the annual meeting video session.

Alessandro Fichera and Ali Mahmood

Creator: Jan P. Kaminski, Phillip Fleshner, Karen Zaghiyan
Duration: 3:59

This video from the 2017 American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons Annual Meeting was among the five selected for podium presentation and was submitted to Diseases of the Colon & Rectum to provide members of the society, trainees, and journal subscribers access to the “best of the best” of the annual meeting video session.

Alessandro Fichera and Ali Mahmood

Creator: Paul Olson T, Steinhagen E, Umanskiy K, Cannon LM
Duration: 4:06

This video from the 2017 American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons Annual Meeting was among the five selected for podium presentation and was submitted to Diseases of the Colon & Rectum to provide members of the society, trainees, and journal subscribers access to the “best of the best” of the annual meeting video session.

Alessandro Fichera and Ali Mahmood

Creator: Dai Uematsu, Gaku Akiyama, Takehiko Sugihara, Akiko Magishi, Takuya Yamaguchi, Takayuki Sano
Duration: 4:00

Every year the Video-Based Education Committee of the American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons (ASCRS) receives approximately 70-80 high quality videos from national and international experts for consideration for presentation at the ASCRS annual meeting. Our committee is composed of a well-balanced group of experts in different aspects of colorectal surgery.

Videos are evaluated through a rigorous, anonymous and unbiased peer review process. The best eight are selected for podium presentation at the video session. One of these eight is selected by the Awards Committee to receive the Barton Hoexter, MD, Best Video Award. An additional 40 videos are selected for presentation in the video room during the meeting.

Five of the videos selected for podium presentation are submitted to Diseases of the Colon & Rectum to provide members of the society, trainees, and journal subscribers access to the “best of the best” of the annual meeting video session.

Alessandro Fichera and Ali Mahmood

Creator: Justin Brady
Duration: 3:23
Video Vignettes are peer-reviewed monthly features in DC&R that contain a brief video as the major component.
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Duration: 5:01
Are you interested in becoming a reviewer for Diseases of the Colon & Rectum? If so, this video will help answer some of your questions. Please watch the video as the Editor-in-Chief highlights the process of becoming a reviewer for DC&R.
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Duration: 4:50
This Month’s Featured Video Vignette: “"Multimodal Use of Fluorescent Imaging in Colorectal Cancer Surgery."
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Duration: 4:53
This video from the Editor-in-Chief discusses 10 errors that are commonly made in manuscripts submitted to DCR.
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Duration: 4:03
This video from the Editor-in-Chief discusses how to record a video abstract using your iPhone or smart phone. A few simple tips are highlighted.
Creator: Paul Vollebregt
Duration: 2:42
Validation of Risk Factors for Fecal Incontinence in Patients with Crohn's Disease
Creator: Masahiro Tanaka
Duration: 3:14
Prognostic Impact of Intra-abdominal/Pelvic Inflammation Following Radical Surgery for Locally Recurrent Rectal Cancer
Creator: Inmaculada Alonso-Abreu
Duration: 4:59
Early Colonoscopy Improves the Outcome of Patients with Symptomatic Colorectal Cancer
Creator: Susan Galandiuk
Duration: 1:23
Highlights an article in DCR on the barriers to treating patients with bowel control problems.
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Duration: 4:26
This video from the Editor-in-Chief discusses the process from initial quality check, assignment to editors and reviewers, cross-checks, and copyediting.
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Duration: 6:18
This video from the Editor-in-Chief discusses 12 tips for authors whose manuscript is recommended to be revised in response to reviewer comments. Examples are provided.
Creator: Robert D. Madoff, MD, Editor in Chief Emeritus, Diseases of the Colon and Rectum
Duration: 11:29
Creator: Susan Galandiuk
Duration: 2:58
Summary of the issue from Editor-in-Chief Susan Galandiuk, MD
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Duration: 2:44
This video from the Editor-in-Chief discusses the benefits of ORCID iD to distinguish you from other researchers. The ORCID iD is a permanent 16-digit numeric identification number.
Creator: Susan Galandiuk
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Summary of the issue from Editor-in-Chief Susan Galandiuk, MD