Italian-greek-turkish expert meeting_scientific program

Italian-Greek-Turkish Expert Meeting:
Perspectives on Controlled Ovarian Stimulation
Rome (Italy)
2-3 December, 2011
General Information

Roma Eventi Fontana di Trevi
P.zza della Pilotta, 4 - 00187 Roma
Tel: +39 06 6701 5176
Fax: +39 06 6701 5178
The official language of the meeting will be English.

Scientific Committee
Filippo Maria Ubaldi

Loutradis Dimitris

Timur Gürgan

Organizing Secretariat
Meridiano Congress International
Via Sapri, 6 - 00185 Rome, Italy
Congress coordinator: Sara Guglielmini
Tel.: +39 (0)6 88595 211
Fax: +39 (0)6 88595 234
E-mail: [email protected]
Friday, 2nd December, 2011
T.Gurgan (Turkey), D. Loutradis (Greece), F. Ubaldi (Italy) Chairmen: T. Gurgan (Turkey)- F. Ubaldi (Italy) Mechanism of follicular maturation
I. Messinis (Greece)
Factors Effecting Embryo Quality
Markers to predict COH and ART outcome
A. Guglielmino (Italy)

Chairmen: M. Mastrominas (Greece) – R. Pabuçcu (Turkey) Mild ovarian stimulation for ART: pros and cons
Strategies to prevent OHSS
A. Demirol (Turkey)
Surgical Treatment for PCOS Patients: is it a viable option to

Chairmen: .V. Athanasiou (Greece) Poor responders: definition and strategies of management
D. Loutradis (Greece)
Natural IVF cycles with or without minimal stimulation
M. Schimberni (Italy)
Clinical use of LH: rec-LH and LH activity- containing gonadotropin
C. Alviggi (Italy)
Chairmen: A. Paraschos (Greece) - E. Tavmergen (Turkey) Luteal phase support of GnRH agonist and antagonist cycles
L. Nardo (Italy)
The role of progesterone rise in follicular phase
D. Kyrou (Greece)
The black-box of embryo implantation: what is more important
the embryo and/or the endometrium?
A. Makrygiannakis (Greece)
Saturday, 3rd December, 2011

Chairmen: Th.Mantzavinos (Greece)
Ovulation induction in anovulatory women
A. Lanzone (Italy)
Ovarian stimulation in women with endometriosis
R. Pabuçcu (Turkey)

Chairmen: E. Porcu (Italy), A. Demirol (Turkey) Controlled ovarian stimulation and associated hyperestrogenism
for fertility preservation. How can we manage the preconcept
“estrogens are bad whatsoever”?

Female fertility preservation: when, to whom and how to let it be
cosidered a routine procedure
A. Borini (Italy)

Inpact on fertility of different treatment strategies in young
women with haematoncologic diseases
E. Cocorocchio (Italy)
Different strategies for fertility preservation in oncologic patients
A. Capalbo (Italy)
Closing remarks
T.Gurgan (Turkey), D. Loutradis (Greece), F. Ubaldi(Italy)
End of the Meeting and Lunch


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