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6th International Congress on Gynecology
Gynecologic Oncology, will be organized around the theme “Defying the Burdens of Gynecology to Create a Better Tomorrow for Today’s Women”
Gynecology Meeting 2018 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Gynecology Meeting 2018
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Gynecology is the study of the female reproductive system. Gynecology is a broader field, focusing on the general health care of women and treating conditions that affect the female reproductive organs. Doctors who are specialized in gynecology will have to undergo four years of post-medical school training in the areas of women’s general health, pregnancy, labor and delivery, preconception and postpartum care, prenatal testing, and genetics. For example, women may be referred as gynecologists in the earlier stages of pregnancy, and obstetricians later in their term.
- Track 1-1Principles and Practice of Oncology in Gynecology
- Track 1-2Operative Gynecologic Oncology
- Track 1-3Pregnancy and Childbirth
- Track 1-4Principles and Practice of Oncology in Gynecology
- Track 1-5Basics of Breast Diseases related to OB/GYN
- Track 1-6Recent Advances in Medical and Surgical Management
- Track 1-7The Effect of the IUD on the Ultrastructure of the Endometrium
Obstetrics is the branch of medicine that focuses on women during pregnancy, childbirth, and the postpartum period.Obstetrics and gynecology are together combined into a surgical field (OB/GYN).
- Track 2-1Prenatal care
- Track 2-2Fetal assessments and Intercurrent diseases
- Track 2-3Obstetric ultrasonography
- Track 2-4Postnatal care
- Track 2-5Obstetrical complications
Cancers that originates in the female reproductive part is known as women cancer or Gynecologic Cancer. The women cancer includes cervical cancer, ovarian cancer, breast cancer, endometrial/uterine cancer, vaginal/ vulva cancer. Gynecologic cancer is unique, with different signs and symptoms, different risk factors, and different prevention strategies. All women are at risk for Gynecologic cancers, and risk increases with age. In the early stage treatment of Gynecology cancers is most effective.
- Track 3-1Cervical Cancer
- Track 3-2Endometrial Cancer
- Track 3-3Ovarian Cancer
- Track 3-4Fallopian Tube Cancer
- Track 3-5Breast Cancer
- Track 3-6Vaginal Cancer
- Track 3-7Vulvar Cancer
Breast cancer starts when cells in the breast begin to grow out of control. These cells usually form a tumor that can often be seen on an x-ray or felt as a lump. The tumor is malignant (cancerous) if the cells can grow into (invade) surrounding tissues or spread to distant areas of the body. Breast cancer occurs almost entirely in women, but men can get it, too. Although many types of breast cancer can cause a lump in the breast, not all do. There are other symptoms of breast cancer you should watch out for and report to a health care provider.
- Track 4-1BRCA1 and BRCA2 genes
- Track 4-2Viruses and Breast cancer
- Track 4-3Atypical ductal hyperplasia
- Track 4-4TNM staging system in breast cancer
- Track 4-5Prognosis and treatment
HPV consists of more than 150 related viruses. Some HPV types can cause cancer, especially cervical cancer. There are more than 40 HPV types that can infect the genital areas of males and females. But there are vaccines that can prevent infection with the most common types of HPV. HPV can transmit by having vaginal, anal, or oral sex with someone who has the virus. It is most commonly spread during vaginal or anal sex.
- Track 5-1HPV and Cancer
- Track 5-2HPV Virology
- Track 5-3Diagnosis and treatment
Cervical Cancer is one of the most common cancers in women worldwide. But in the United States and other countries where cervical cancer screening is routine, this cancer is not so common. Most cervical cancer is caused by a virus called Human papillomavirus, or HPV. There are many types of the HPV virus. Not all types of HPV cause cervical cancer. Some of them cause genital warts, but other types may not show any Cervical Cancer symptoms and signs. An infection may go away on its own. But sometimes it can cause genital warts or lead to cervical cancer.
- Track 6-1Human papillomavirus Infection
- Track 6-2Precancerous lesions
- Track 6-3Cancer subtypes
- Track 6-4Cervical cancer staging
- Track 6-5Radical Abdominal Trachelectomy and Lymphadenectomy
- Track 6-6Diagnosis and treatment
- Track 7-1PCOS Weight Loss
- Track 7-2Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome Diet
- Track 7-3PCOS- Genetics
- Track 7-4PCOS and Pregnancy
- Track 7-5Advanced Polycystic Ovarian Diseases Treatment
- Track 7-6Ovarian Cyst
- Track 8-1Amenorrhoea
- Track 8-2Dysmenorrhoea
- Track 8-3Menorrhagia
- Track 8-4Prolapse of pelvic organs
- Track 8-5UTI and Pelvic Inflammatory Disease
- Track 8-6Premenstrual Syndrome
- Track 8-7Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS)
- Track 8-8Gynecological Cancers
Gynecologic oncology is specifying the field of medicine that emphases on cancers of the female reproductive system, including ovarian cancer, uterine cancer, vaginal cancer, cervical cancer, and vulvar cancer. As specialists, they have extensive training in the diagnosis and treatment of these cancers. A Gynecologic oncologist is a gynecologist who specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of women with cancer of the reproductive organs. It is estimated that there will be around 98,000 new cases diagnosed and approximately causing 30,000 deaths from gynecologic cancers in the USA during the year 2015 stated as per The American Cancer Society, in which Uterine cancer may have the large portion of about 50% cases with an estimated mortality rate of approximately 18.5%. The Ovarian cancer has the highest estimated mortality rate at 66%
- Track 9-1Radiation Therapy for Gynecologic Cancers
- Track 9-2Palliative Care in Gynecological Oncology
- Track 9-3Oncology Scan – Gynecological Cancers
- Track 9-4Fibroids and Breast Oncology
- Track 9-5Ovarian and Cervical Oncology
- Track 9-6Role of Imaging in Gynecologic Oncology
Reproductive Medicine in Gynecology is ever growing area. The number of Research institutes which are working on reproductive medicine are approximately 120 and the number of Universities are around 20-30 which have the department of Medicine and the funding towards this research is over $90000 - $110000, Target audience are of Academia 20%, 50% industry and 30% of others. Reproductive medicine is a branch of medicine which focuses on prevention, diagnosis and management of the reproductive problems. The goals include improving or maintaining reproductive health and allowing people to have children at a time of their choice as discussed in many gynecologic conferences and gynecologic meetings worldwide. It is focused on knowledge of reproductive anatomy, physiology and endocrinology which also incorporates relevant aspects of molecular biology, biochemistry and pathology. Regenerative medicine emphasizes on process of replacing, engineering or regenerating human cells, tissues or organs to restore/establish normal function.
- Track 10-1Neuroendocrinology of Reproduction
- Track 10-2Biomarkers in Reproductive Medicine
- Track 10-3Reproductive Cloning
- Track 10-4Hysteroscopy Prior to Assisted Reproductive Technique
- Track 10-5Personalized Reproductive Medicine
- Track 10-6Prenatal Diagnosis Using Three-Dimensional Ultrasound
- Track 10-7Detection and Prevention of Congenital Anomalies
With the current challenges in the healthcare system, patients and professionals are uncertain about the role, responsibilities, and communication patterns of primary care professionals during cancer care. Oncology and primary care nurses should be surveyed to attain current and preferred roles in cancer care across the care continuum.
- Track 11-1Midwifery Care
- Track 11-2Midwifery in Low Income Countries
- Track 11-3Recent Developments in Midwifery Research
- Track 11-4Midwifery in Multi-Ethnic Community
Infertility can be described as a woman who is unable to conceive as well as being unable to carry a pregnancy to full term. Infertility is the inability of a person, plant or an animal to reproduce by natural means. It is normally not the innate state of a healthy adult organism, except in particularly among certain eusocial species (predominantly haplodiploid insects). Understanding the socio demographic factors parallel with use may assist newly married couples with family planning. As discussed in many gynecologic conferences and gynecologic meetings worldwide, the use of infertility services is not random and roughly about 50% of the women evaluated for infertility progressed to treatment, and in which only a small proportion were treated with additional advanced assisted reproductive technologies essentially Invitro fertilization. Obesity in reproductive health will centralize on two important areas which are infertility and heavy menstrual bleeding. Women who are fertile will experience a natural period of fertility before and during ovulation, and they will be naturally infertile during the latter part of the menstrual cycle. Medical and surgical management of heavy menstrual bleeding is described including the many varied issues in hysterectomy of obese woman.
- Track 12-1Infertility Evaluation and Treatment Among Women
- Track 12-2Tubal Infertility and Ectopic Pregnancy
- Track 12-3Obesity & Surgical Management of Infertility
- Track 12-4Risk of Idiopathic Male Infertility
- Track 12-5Artificial Gametes and Ovarian Stimulation
- Track 12-6Infertility Evaluation and Management
Gynecologic Surgery is giving a fundamental, peer-assessed data for clinical articles managing all parts of agent and office gynecology. "Gynecological Surgery", established in 2004, is the first and head peer-surveyed logical diary devoted to all parts of research, advancement, and preparing in gynecological surgery. Gynecological surgery alludes to surgery on the female conceptive framework. It incorporates strategies for amiable conditions, malignancy, fruitlessness, and incontinence. Gynecological surgery may occasionally be performed for elective or restorative purposes. Also, this field is quickly changing because of new advancements and developments in endoscopy, apply autonomy, imaging and other interventional systems. Gynecological surgery presently envelops every surgical intercession relating to ladies' wellbeing, including uro-gynecology, oncology and fetal surgery.
- Track 13-1Tubal Ligation
- Track 13-2Microsurgery
- Track 13-3In Vitro Fertilization
- Track 13-4Laparoscopy & Laser Surgery
- Track 13-5Oophorectomy
- Track 13-6Colposcopy & Hysteroscopy
- Track 13-7Salpingoophorectomy
- Track 13-8Uterine Artery Embolization
- Track 13-9Endometrial Biopsy
Ovarian cancer when cancer starts in the ovaries, it is called ovarian cancer. Women have two ovaries that are in the pelvis, one on each side of the uterus. The ovaries make female hormones and produce eggs. Ovarian cancer causes more deaths than any other cancer of the female reproductive system. Ovarian cancer often causes signs and symptoms, so it is important to pay attention to your body and know what is normal for you.
- Track 14-1Hereditary breast–ovarian cancer syndrome
- Track 14-2Primary peritoneal carcinoma
- Track 14-3Clear-cell ovarian carcinomas
- Track 14-4Dysgerminoma
- Track 14-5Pathophysiology
- Track 14-6Screening and Treatment
- Track 14-7Prognosis
- Track 14-8Epidemiology
There are three vaccines which are approved by the FDA to prevent HPV infection: Gardasil, Gardasil 9, and Cervarix. All three vaccines prevent infections with HPV types 16 and 18, two high-risk HPV that cause 70% of cervical cancers and an even higher percentage of some of the other HPV-associated cancer. Gardasil also prevents infection with HPV types 6 and 11, which cause 90% of genital warts.
- Track 15-1HPV vaccination and public heath
- Track 15-2Side effects
- Track 15-3Mechanism of action
- Track 15-4Therapeutic vaccines
Endometrial cancer or uterine cancer when cancer starts in the uterus, it is called uterine cancer. The uterus is the pear-shaped organ in a woman’s pelvis. The uterus, also called the womb, is where the baby grows when a woman is pregnant. The most common type of uterine cancer is also called endometrial cancer because it forms in the lining of uterus, called the endometrium. When uterine cancer is found early, treatment works best.
- Track 16-1Genetics behind Endometrial cancer
- Track 16-2Endometrioid adenocarcinoma
- Track 16-3Metastasis
- Track 16-4Endometrial Cancer subtypes
- Track 16-5Histopathology
There are many Research institutes working on the Gynecological Endocrinology which are approximately 25 and the Number of Universities working on this topic are approximately 80 and funding for the research given by University or a research institute is around $20000 - $30000 including Academia 20%, 30% industry and Others 50%. Gynecological Endocrinology focuses on the treatment of disorders related to menstruation, fertility and menopause. Reproductive endocrinology and Fetal-Placental neuroendocrine development refers to a subspecialty that focuses on the biological causes and its interventional treatment of infertility and its development.
- Track 17-1Fetal-Placental Neuroendocrine Development
- Track 17-2Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology
- Track 17-3Pregnancy and Diabetes
- Track 17-4Pregnancy and Diabetes
- Track 17-5Neuroendocrinology of Reproduction
Uro-gynecology is an extensive topic and is professional in gynecology and the number of Research institutes working on the Uro-gynecology are approximately 30 or more and some universities also give training to women on Uro-gynecology, total number of universities which focus on this area are approximately 70 and also obtain a funding of around $10000- $30000 and includes 10% industry, 30% of academia and Others 60% .It is a surgical sub-specialty of urology and gynecology. Uro-gynecology is also a subspecialty of Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery. Uro-gynecology involves diagnosis and treatment of urinary incontinence and female pelvic floor disorders. Robotic-assisted surgery has evolved vastly over the past two decades with persistently improving technology, proving to assist surgeons in multiple subspecialty disciplines as discussed in many gynecologic conferences and gynecologic meetings worldwide.
- Track 18-1Gynecologic and Urology Surgery
- Track 18-2Rectovaginal fistula
- Track 18-3Urinary Incontinence and Interstitial Cystitis
- Track 18-4Vaginal Agenesis and Vesicovaginal Fistulas
Ladies with early cervical malignancies and pre-diseases often have no manifestations. Manifestations regularly don't start until a pre-tumor turns into a genuine intrusive disease and develops into adjacent tissue. At the point when this happens, the most widely recognized manifestations are: Abnormal vaginal dying, for example, seeping after sex (vaginal intercourse), seeping after menopause, draining and spotting amongst periods, and having longer or heavier (menstrual) periods than common. Seeping in the wake of douching, or after a pelvic exam is a typical side effect of cervical tumor however not pre-disease. A strange release from the vagina − the release may contain some blood and may happen between your periods or after menopause; Pain amid sex (vaginal intercourse).
- Track 19-1Gynecologic Cancers Case Reports on Prevention
- Track 19-2Gynecologic Cancers Case Reports on Screening
- Track 19-3Gynecologic Cancers Case Reports on Diagnosis
- Track 19-4Gynecologic Cancers Case Reports on Treatment
Gynecology Oncology is the learn about any disease that starts in a lady's regenerative organs. The five Gynecologic tumors begin in the lady's pelvis at better places. Every tumor is one of a kind by its indications, signs, hazard components and in their systems of aversion. All these five unique sorts of Gynecology Cancers chance increments with the age. At the point when these malignancies were analyzed at their initial stages, the treatment will be more efficient. The five noteworthy sorts of tumor influence a lady's regenerative organs are ovarian, uterine, cervical, vulvar, and vaginal growth. All these as a gathering are known as Gynecologic growths.
- Track 20-1Cancer in Pregnancy
- Track 20-2Blood Component Therapy
- Track 20-3Germ Cells, Stromal and Other Ovarian Tumors
- Track 20-4Diagnosis and Treatment
Gynecologic Cancer symptoms are mentioned as below:
Women with early cervical cancers and pre-cancers usually have no symptoms. Symptoms often do not begin until a pre-cancer becomes a true invasive cancer and grows into nearby tissue. When this happens, the most common symptoms are: Abnormal vaginal bleeding, such as bleeding after sex (vaginal intercourse), bleeding after menopause, bleeding and spotting between periods, and having longer or heavier (menstrual) periods than usual. Bleeding after douching, or after a pelvic exam is a common symptom of cervical cancer but not pre-cancer. An unusual discharge from the vagina − the discharge may contain some blood and may occur between your periods or after menopause; Pain during sex (vaginal intercourse).
Ovarian cancer may cause several signs and symptoms. The most common symptoms include
Pelvic or abdominal pain
Trouble eating or feeling full quickly
Urinary symptoms such as urgency or frequency
These symptoms are also commonly caused by benign (non-cancerous) diseases and by cancers of other organs. If a woman has these symptoms more than 12 times a month, she should see her doctor, preferably a gynecologist.
Others symptoms of ovarian cancer can include:
Fatigue, Upset stomach, Back pain, Pain during sex, Constipation, Menstrual changes, Abdominal swelling with weight loss
Endometrial cancer Signs and Symptoms
The symptoms may include vaginal bleeding, such as a change in their periods or bleeding between periods or after menopause. This symptom can also occur with some non-cancerous conditions, but it is important to have a test. If you have gone through menopause already, it’s especially important to report any vaginal bleeding, spotting, or abnormal discharge to your doctor.
Pain in the pelvis, feeling a mass, and losing weight without trying can also be symptoms of endometrial cancer.
Vaginal cancer Signs and Symptoms
The may include:
· Abnormal vaginal bleeding (often after intercourse)
· Abnormal vaginal discharge
· A mass that can be felt
· Pain during intercourse
Having these symptoms does not always mean that you have cancer. In fact, these symptoms are more likely to be caused by something besides cancer, like an infection. The only way to know for sure what’s causing these problems is to see a health care professional.
Vulva cancer Signs and Symptoms
· Women with vulvar cancer may experience the following symptoms or signs. Sometimes, women with vulvar cancer do not show any of these symptoms.
· A lump or growth in or on the vulvar area
· A patch of skin that is differently textured or colored than the rest of the vulvar area
· Persistent itching, pain, soreness, or burning in the vulvar area
· Painful urination
· Bleeding or discharge that is not menstrual blood
· An ulcer that persists for more than one month
Breast Cancer Signs and Symptoms
The first symptoms of breast cancer are usually an area of thickened tissue in the woman's breast, or a lump. The majority of lumps are not cancerous; however, women should get them checked by a health care professional.
The symptoms include
· A lump in a breast
· A pain in the armpits or breast that does not seem to be related to the woman's menstrual period
· Pitting or redness of the skin of the breast; like the skin of an orange
· A rash around (or on) one of the nipples
· A swelling (lump) in one of the armpits
· An area of thickened tissue in a breast
· One of the nipples has a discharge; sometimes it may contain blood
· The nipple changes in appearance; it may become sunken or inverted
· The size or the shape of the breast changes
· The nipple-skin or breast-skin may have started to peel, scale or flake.
Surgery is the removal of the tumor and surrounding tissue during an operation. A surgical oncologist is a doctor who specializes in treating cancer using surgery. A hysterectomy is the removal of the uterus and cervix.
Radiation therapy is the use of high-energy x-rays or other particles to destroy cancer cells. A doctor who specializes in giving radiation therapy to treat cancer is called a Radiation Oncologist. Radiation therapy may be given alone, before surgery, or instead of surgery to shrink the tumor. Many women may be treated with a combination of radiation therapy and chemotherapy.
Chemotherapy is the use of drugs to destroy cancer cells, usually by stopping the cancer cells ability to grow and divide. Chemotherapy is given by a medical oncologist, a doctor who specializes in treating cancer with medication. Systemic chemotherapy is delivered through the bloodstream to reach cancer cells throughout the body. Common ways to give chemotherapy include an intravenous (IV) tube placed into a vein using a needle or in a pill or capsule that is swallowed (orally).
Another avenue of immunotherapy for Gynecologic and cervical cancers is adoptive T cell transfer. In this approach, T cells are removed from a patient, genetically modified or treated with chemicals to enhance their activity, and then re-introduced into the patient with the goal of improving the T cell immune system’s anti-cancer response.
- Track 22-1Surgery
- Track 22-2Radiation therapy
- Track 22-3Chemotherapy
- Track 22-4Immunotherapy
Cancer research defines basic research in cancer which is used in identifying the causes of cancer and developing novel strategies and new therapeutics for prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and cure of cancer. Nowadays clinical cancer research has shifted towards therapies like cancer immunotherapy and gene therapy.
- Track 23-1Areas of research
- Track 23-2Flaws and vulnerabilities
- Track 23-3Distributed computing
- Track 23-4Organizations
Behavioral Health is an extensive branch of interdisciplinary health which focuses widely on the reciprocal relationship between the characteristic view of human behaviour and well-being of the body entity. Behavioral Health is stated as the issues that can have a different outcome by changing behaviour. For example, giving up smoking can lessen the illnesses or Health Problems associated with cigarette smoking as discussed in many gynecologic conferences and gynecologic meetings worldwide. Many health conditions are caused by risk behaviours, such as, smoking, reckless driving, problem drinking, substance use, overreacting, or unprotected sexual intercourse. Fortunately, human beings have control over their conduct. Health-compromising behaviours can be eradicated by self-regulatory efforts and health enhancing behaviours that can be adopted such as preventive nutrition, physical exercise, weight control, dental hygiene, condom use or accident prevention.
- Track 24-1Physical Activity in Women
- Track 24-2Alcohol Use and Alcohol Problems in Women
- Track 24-3Behavioural Changes in Women During Menopause
- Track 24-4Eating Disorders in Women: Current Issues and Diabetes
- Track 24-5Psychology of Women during Pregnancy
Women’s sexual and regenerative wellbeing is identified with various human rights, including the privilege to life, the privilege to be free from torment, the privilege to wellbeing, the privilege to protection, the privilege to training, and the disallowance of segregation. Sexual and regenerative wellbeing and rights or SRHR is the idea of human rights connected to sexuality and generation. It is a mix of four fields that in a few settings are pretty much particular from each other, however less so or not in the slightest degree in different settings. These four fields are sexual wellbeing, sexual rights, regenerative wellbeing and conceptive rights. In the idea of SRHR, these four fields are dealt with as isolated however characteristically entwined.
- Track 25-1SRHR and Education
- Track 25-2SRHR and Economic Benefits
- Track 25-3SRHR and Broader Health Agenda
- Track 25-4SRHR and Gender Equality