19-й Конгресс Европейского сообщества эндодонтологии (ESE)
Vienna, Austria
10-14 сентября, 2019
ProEndo в Вене
Ведущая мировая конференция в области эндодонтии
Исполнительный совет Европейского сообщества эндодонтологии (ESE) и Австрийское сообщество эндодонтологии (OEGEndo) приглашают в Вену на одну из важнейших конференций, посвященных эндодонтии. Конгрессы ESE проводится всего лишь раз в два года, а значит, предоставляют возможность получить проверенную информацию о современном состоянии дел в клинической эндодонтии.

Конгресс ESE 2019 состоится 12–14 сентября в городе Вена. Современный конгресс-центр Austria Center Vienna идеально подходит для мероприятия подобного формата, совмещающего международный научный форум, практические курсы и выставочную программу.

ESE и местный организационный комитет усердно готовятся к Конгрессу, тема которого «Вена зовет, или как звучит эндодонтия». Мы учли пожелания участников предыдущего Конгресса, членов ESE и ведущих представителей отрасли и разработали уникальную программу. Участники Конгресса ESE 2019 получат информацию не только о клинических тенденциях, но и о фундаментальных научных принципах, обеспечивающих эффективность и безопасность эндодонтического лечения. Все мероприятия объединены темой «Будущее эндодонтии».

Времени будет достаточно и для посещения выставки, и для неформального общения с коллегами.

Мы уверены, что Конгресс ESE 2019 станет незабываемым событием в профессиональной жизни каждого участника. До встречи в Вене!

Профессор Даг Орставик
Президент Конгресса ESE 2019
Спикеры конгресса
Francesco Mannocci
Rubens Spin-Neto
Marco Versiani
Zvi Metzger
Anil Kishen
Gianluca Gambarini
Dag Ørstavik
Cliff J. Ruddle
Josette Camilleri
Michael Hülsmann
Mohammad Hammo
Jose Siqueira Jr
Программа
Конгресс ESE 2019 в Вене

Раз в два года Европейское сообщество эндодонтологии собирает друзей и коллег в новом удивительном городе. Конгресс ESE 2019 – это не только уникальная научная программа, но и увлекательное неформальное общение и знакомство со столицей Австрии.

Мероприятие будет интересно эндодонтистам, стоматологам общей практики, аспирантам, научным работникам, представителям стоматологической отрасли.

В рамках Конгресса пройдут:

  • практические курсы (11 сентября);
  • две параллельные сессии основной программы с участием ведущих мировых специалистов;
  • дискуссионное заседание, посвященное обсуждению спорных вопросов эндодонтии;
  • лекции, организованные при поддержке спонсоров;
  • стендовые доклады.

Вечерняя программа:

  • 11 сентября: Церемония открытия и прием в выставочном зале;
  • 12 сентября: фуршет;
  • 13 сентября: торжественный ужин.

Выставка откроется 11 сентября в 16:00.

Дополнительно организуются экскурсии для участников Конгресса и сопровождающих лиц.
11 сентября
ESE Pre-congress course: Revitalization - clinical and biological aspects
Afternoon course 14.00-17.30 hrs Led by: Kerstin Galler

Presenters: Stephane Simon (Paris, France), Ralf Schlichting (Passau, Germany), Matthias Widbiller (Regensburg, Germany), Josette Camilleri (Birmingham, UK)

This interactive pre-congress workshop will discuss different aspects of the clinical procedure of revitalization. The key aims are to

• Provide the procedural details of the clinical protocol

• Discuss outcome, be aware of pitfalls

• Understand biological, physiological and pathological reactions

• Improve knowledge of biomaterials used in the context of revitalization

COST: 130 + VAT Euros (ESE Registered Postgraduate students 90 + VAT Euros)


14:00
Revitalization Symposium Introduction
Kerstin Galler

14:15
Revitalizaton - Indication, Treatment and Outcome
Stéphane Simon

15:00
Revitalization and Disinfection
Ralf Schlichting

15:30 COFFEE BREAK

16:00
Revitalization and Tissue Responses Biological and Biomechanical Aspects
Dr Matthias Widbiller

16:30
Revitalization and Biomaterials
Dr Josette Camilleri

17:10
Cases and Discussion
Kerstin Galler

17:30 SESSION ENDS
ESE Pre-congress course: Current management of traumatic dental injuries
The Dental Trauma Symposium will focus on current concepts for the management of traumatic dental injuries.

The key aims are to

• increase the awareness of the pathological parameters that impact on the regeneration of the pulpand the PDL

• discuss the current strategies to prevent root resorption after severe traumatic dental injuries

• demonstrate the current approaches to the treatment of teeth withdeep subgingival fractures

• give an overview of the injuries in the primary dentition and their effects on the permanent successors

COST: 130 + VAT Euros (ESE Registered Postgraduate students 90 + VAT Euros)

14:00
Treating subgingival fractures
Gabriel Krastl

14:45
Treating the traumatized pulp
Roland Weiger

15:30 COFFEE BREAK

16:00
Treating the traumatized periodontium
Kurt Alois Ebeleseder

16:45
Treating the traumatized primary dentition Trauma and Toddlers
Anne O'Connell

17:30
Discussion

18:00 SESSION ENDS
ESE Pre-congress symposium: Designing and running Randomised Control Trials and laboratory research projects. Led by Hal Duncan
Afternoon course 14.00-18.00 hrs Led by: Hal Duncan Presenters: Hal Duncan, Helena Fransson (Malmo, Sweden), Ikhlas El-Karim (Belfast, N. Ireland)

This interactive pre-congress workshop will provide participants with an insight into laboratory study and randomised controlled trial planning. The key aims are to;

• Engage participants wishing to design, plan, execute and publish a wide range of scientific studies.

• Stimulate discussion and improve knowledge by the use of scenarios, protocols and published examples.

• Understand the importance of a good research question, protocol and pilot study.

• Be aware of the common problems and pitfalls in conducting research studies.

COST: 130 + VAT Euros (ESE Registered Postgraduate students 90 + VAT Euros)

14:00
Designing research that matters Designing and running Randomised Control Trials and laboratory research projects
Dr Hal Duncan

14:30
Laboratory studies (designing and running studies)
Ikhlas El Karim

15:45 COFFEE BREAK

16:15
Clinical studies (designing and running randomised control trials)
Dr Helena Fransson

18:00 SESSION ENDS
ESE Pre-congress course: New Orofacial Pain Classification ICOP-1 beta – What's in it for the endodontists?
A new international all-inclusive classification for orofacial and head pain was developed in 2017-18 by a special interest group within the International Association for the Study of Pain (IASP). The International Classification for Orofacial Pain Disorders (ICOP) is the first classification that includes both acute and chronic pain in the orofacial area. Its purpose is to provide definitions and diagnostic criteria for dental and dentoalveolar pain conditions, such as pulpal, periodontal and mucosal pain, along with regional muscle pain, TMJ pain, orofacial neuropathic and idiopathic pain conditions, and trigeminal pain associated with migraine and autonomic disorders. In orofacial pain research, the proposed new classification is important because it has the potential to improve the basis for research in diagnostics and treatment. For endodontists and general dentists, orofacial pain research is highly relevant since we frequently encounter acute as well as chronic tooth pain in our patients and are frequently required to differential diagnose between pain conditions.

This workshop aims to:

• Improve the participants' understanding about common systems for classification and their relevance in dentistry and medicine

• Present and explain the new orofacial pain classification and its rationale

• Contribute to participants' awareness about the present level of scientific evidence for diagnostic methods used in endodontics today, and needs for development in this field

• Invite active participation and feedback from clinicians and researchers within endodontics on this new classification towards its future development and improvement

COST: 130 + VAT Euros (ESE Registered Postgraduate students 90 + VAT Euros)

14:00
Why do we need an orofacial pain classification? Gain understanding about common systems for classification and their relevance in dentistry and medicine
Dr Donald Nixdorf

15:00
What is the ICOP and how does it fit it in with our endodontic diagnoses?
Alan Law

16:00 COFFEE BREAK

16:30
Differential diagnostics in painful tooth conditions – what we know today and what we do not
Dr Maria Pigg

17:30
Discussion

18:00 SESSION ENDS
ESE Pre-congress course: Current advances and controversies in tooth, root and canal anatomy
Over the last century, the complexity of root and canal systems has been well documented using numerous techniques. More recently, technological advances in 3D computed tomographic imaging have given rise to more accurate methods for evaluation of tooth anatomy and also revealed inconsistencies in the classification of the internal anatomy of several tooth types. The main purpose of this pre-congress workshop is to provide participants with up-to-date clinical and laboratory evidence on root and canal anatomy. The key aims are to:

• Present innovations in the field of imaging technology for the study of root and canal anatomy;

• Discuss how these advances in 3D imaging and our better understanding of internal tooth anatomy impact on patient care;

• Summarize our knowledge on the anatomy of human teeth acquired by the most recent in vivo epidemiological studies;

• Engage participants in the discussion of controversies in root and root canal terminology, concepts and classifications.

COST: 130 + VAT Euros (ESE Registered Postgraduate students 90 + VAT Euros)

13:59
PART 1: Advances in tomographic imaging systems for characterization of root canal morphology

14:00
Micro-CT and Nano-CT: cutting-edge technology to study root canal anatomy
Dr Marco Versiani

14:25
What's new on the study of root canal anatomy with recent non-destructive high-resolution technologies?
Ronald Ordinola Zapata

14:50
Epidemiological studies on canal anatomy in large populations using CBCT: what's new?
Dr Jorge N.R. Martins

15:15
CBCT on root canal anatomy: what can't we see? Advantages and limitations
Marc Semper

15:40 COFFEE BREAK

16:09
PART 2: Controversial issues in root canal anatomy and the use of terminology

16:10 New findings to explain the complexity of apical canal anatomy
Ali Keleş

16:40

An update on the unique anatomy of C-shaped root canals
Bing Fan

17:10
Controversies in terminology and characterization of the root and canal system: a new approach
Hany Mohamed Aly Ahmed

17:40
PART 3: Discussion with speakers
Hany Mohamed Aly Ahmed; Ronald Ordinola Zapata; Marco Versiani; Jorge Martins; Marc Semper; Bing Fan; Ali Keleş

18:00 SESSION ENDS
ESE Pre-congress course: Endodontic Microsurgery
Advanced endodontic microsurgery requires proper retrograde root canal treatment and precise soft tissue management.

This Hands-On-Workshop using pig jaws is designed to provide the most up-to-date concepts of the various flap designs used in endodontic microsurgery. Each participant will perform several muco-gingival flaps and new types of incisions for specific clinical situations. You will learn how to handle gingival recession during endodontic surgery and how to create and design flaps when restored implants are in the immediate vicinity.

Several suturing techniques will be demonstrated and practiced. The use of a surgical operating microscope will be incorporated in the training. A large part of the programme will involve hands-on-training combined with the most relevant background information.

Speakers: Gilberto Debelian, Christof Pertl & Georg Watzak

Max No. 40 participants

COST: 250 + VAT Euros (ESE Registered Postgraduate students 210 + VAT Euros)

THIS COURSE IS FULLY BOOKED

13:00
SESSION STARTS

13:00
Introduction: Microscopic Endodontic Surgery - The Key Issues
Christof Pertl; Dr Gilberto Debelian

13:15
Standard Flap Designs
Dr Gilberto Debelian; Georg Watzak

13:45
Hands-on session: Intrasulcular and Para-Gingival Flaps

15:00
Advanced Incisions, Specific Sutures and Soft Tissue Management
Christof Pertl; Dr Gilberto Debelian

15:30
Hands-on-Session: Modified Muco-Gingival Incisions and Suturing Techniques

16:45
Closing Discussion

17:00 SESSION ENDS
Pre-congress course: Fotona
HANDS-ON AND LECTURE COURSE

This course is designed to provide evidence-based core knowledge in the use of lasers in endodontics. The revolutionary photoacoustic streaming method uses the power of the Er:YAG laser with specially designed laser modalities and fiber tips to create non-thermal photoacoustic shock waves within the irrigant. Investigations have demonstrated that the activation of endodontic irrigants inside the canal structure results in in-depth cleaning and disinfection. Further advantages, such as less time and less instrumentation needed for a more effective treatment, will be discussed.

Aims: You will learn the SSP protocol, also known as the Fotona LightWalker's PIPS protocol, a unique Laser Activated Irrigation (LAI) procedure that will improve your results in root canal therapy. Recently introduced additional SWEEPS (Shock Wave Enhanced Emission Photoacoustic Streaming) protocols will also be described. Emphasis will be placed on the integration of YOUR commonly performed root canal therapy with laser technology, on the improvement of YOUR clinical results, and on performing step-by-step techniques in root canal therapy to ensure optimal benefits for YOUR patients.

Max no. of attendees: 30

COST: 75 + VAT Euros

15:00
SESSION STARTS

15:00
Laser-activated irrigation and recent developments in the SWEEPS approach : everything you need to know
Roeland De Moor

15:40
Clinical applications of SWEEPS disinfection protocols in endodontic treatments
Igor Kriznar

16:20 Er:YAG activated irrigation. What about extrusion?
Ales Fidler

17:00 Hands on

18:00 SESSION ENDS
Pre-congress course: Eighteeth
In this presentation and workshop, Dr. Allen Ali Nasseh reviews some basic techniques for instrumentation and obturation using bioceramics in conjunction with either cold hydraulic condensation or warm vertical compaction. Topics of irrigation and instrument motion will also be discussed and demonstrated. A discussion on vital pulp therapy will be included. During the workshop, some of the mentioned instrumentation and obturation techniques will be demonstrated using plastic blocks. Participants are encouraged to bring a sterile, extracted teeth that are accessed and instrumented to a size 8 hand file (confirm patency) for a more realistic verification of the demonstrated techniques.

Objectives: Participants will learn about:

1. a simple instrumentation protocol in conjunction with bioceramic obturation

2. effective irrigation and disinfection protocols.

3. effective instrument motion to reduce the incidence of file separation.

Max. number 25

COST: 75 + VAT Euros

13:00
SESSION BEGINS

13:00

Eighteeth Pre-congress course Introduction
Allen Ali Nasseh

14:45
Hands-on session: Techniques for instrumentation and obturation using bioceramics in conjunction with either cold hydraulic condensation or warm vertical compaction.

16:45
Closing Discussion

17:00 SESSION ENDS
Pre-congress course: FKG
SPEAKER: Professor Martin Trope

Success in endodontics requires maximal microbial control while maintaining the strength and thus survivability of the tooth. Round solid core files cannot touch the walls of non-round canals without substantially weakening the root. New adaptive instruments that can touch more canal surface area while leaving a thicker and stronger root are now available. These instruments are easy to use and are cost effective since one instrument can adapt to more than one canal shape and save significant amount of time. In this hands-on program the important differences between these instruments will be explained and demonstrated. Small but critical practical changes that the practitioner must master will be demonstrated and practiced in the workshop for both primary and retreatment. Finally a new passive obturation technique that completes this new philosophy will be shown. The hands on program aims to convince the participant of the benefits of the new approach from a biologic and clinical point of view. At the end of the hands-on program the participant will

1. Understand the limitations of solid core round files

2. Understand how the new adaptive instruments solve most of the problems of the older solid core files

3. Appreciate the subtle differences in using these new instruments compared to the older technologies

4. Appreciate the ease and benefits of passive sealer based obturation.

There are 2 opportunities to attend this course:

Morning: 08h30-11h30

Afternoon: 13h00-16h30

COST: 125 + VAT Euros

8:30
SESSION 1 BEGINS

11:30
SESSION 1 ENDS

13:00
SESSION 2 BEGINS (REPEAT OF SESSION 1)

16:30 SESSION 2 ENDS
12 сентября
Зал 1
Session chair: Marco Georgi
9:45
Endodontics - towards the future
Markus Haapasalo

10:30 COFFEE BREAK

Session chair: Marco Georgi
11:00
The future - the relationship between Endodontics and Restorative Dentistry
Peter Briggs

11:45
The future - the prevalence of pulp and periapical diseases
Lise-Lotte Kirkevang

12:30 LUNCH

13:30
Poster Presentations / Trade Exhibition

Session chair: Karl Schwaninger
14:30
The future - the impact of CBCT imaging on endodontic treatment planning
Rubens Spin-Neto

15:15
The future - endodontic microbiology
Luis Chavez de Paz

16:00 COFFEE BREAK

Session Chair: Thilo Weeger
16:30
The future - access cavity design Rational approach and future perspectives on access cavity designs
Antonis Chaniotis

17:15
The future - working length estimation and control how to make it easy
Vittorio Franco

18:00 SESSION ENDS
Зал 2
Session Chair: Christof Pertl
9:45
Intentional replantation and autotransplantation Interdisciplinary management of the legacy of complex trauma in children and adolescents
Monty Duggal

10:30 COFFEE BREAK

Session Chair: Christof Pertl
11:00
Herpesviruses as putative pathogens in endodontic diseases
Aleksandar Jakovljević

11:45
Persistent orofacial pain and endodontics: pre-op and post-op considerations
Justin Durham

12:30 LUNCH

13:30
Poster Presentations / Trade Exhibition

14:30 14: 30 to 18:00
Symposium: External cervical tooth resorption.
Led by Shanon Patel. This exciting symposium aims to deliver the latest knowledge and clinical research on External Cervical Resorption and will be delivered by a knowledgeable team of European clinical academics from KCL and ACTA.

14:35
Aetiology and potential predisposing factors
Dr Federico Foschi

15:10
Pathogenesis and histology of External Cervical Resorption
Athina-Maria Mavridou

15:45
Discussion

16:00 COFFEE BREAK

16:30 Diagnosis and management of external cervical tooth resorption
Shanon Patel

17:20 Discussion

18:00 SESSION ENDS
Зал 3
9:00 to 12:30 Symposium: Micro- and nano-CT in endodontic research.
Led by Dag Ørstavik

9:00
Introduction Micro- and nano-CT in endodontic research
Dag Ørstavik

9:05
Fundamental aspects of micro and nano-CT applied to biological tissues
Liebert Parreiras Nogueira

9:40
Micro and nano-CT applied to dental research
Prof Håvard Jostein Haugen

10:20 Discussion

10:30 COFFEE BREAK

11:00
Morphometric tooth analysis by micro-CT
Gaute Floer Johnsen

11:40
Applications of nano-CT in endodontic research"
Dr Pia Sunde

12:20 Discussion

12:30 LUNCH

13:30
Poster Presentations / Trade Exhibition

14:30 14:30 to 18:00 Symposium: The impact of tooth anatomy on intracanal procedures.
Led by Ronald Ordinola Zapata

14:30
Managing the complex anatomy of single rooted teeth: mandibular premolars and dens invaginatus
Sashi Nallapati

15:10
Managing the complex anatomy of posterior teeth: surgical and non-surgical approaches
Dr Stephen Niemczyk

16:00 COFFEE BREAK

16:30
Root canal anatomy, The truth is in the details
Ronald Ordinola Zapata; Dr Marco Versiani

17:30 Discussion

18:00 SESSION ENDS
Зал 4
9:45 Sponsored lectures

10:30 COFFEE BREAK

11:00
Eighteeth Medical lecture 1 20 Tips to improve Root Canals Preparation and Obturation
Mohammad Hammo

11:45
Coltène / Micro Mega Lecture 1 Heat treatment & single file, why make that choice?
Tara Mc Mahon

12:30 LUNCH

13:30
Poster Presentations / Trade Exhibition

14:30
Fotona Lecture SWEEPS: the evolution of bubbles
Giovanni Olivi

15:15
Angelus lecture The past, the present and the future of Bioceramics in Endodontics
Leandro Pereira

16:00 COFFEE BREAK

16:30
Dentsply Sirona Lecture TruNatomy: A Restoratively Driven Path to Endodontic Excellence
Ove Peters
Зал 5
9:00 ESE Wladimir Adlivankine Research Prize presentations
Led by Leo Tjäderhane
9:00 Comparison of continuous wave obturation and cold lateral condensation techniques in C1 and C2-type canals of 3D printed resin teeth instrumented with Reciproc Blue or Hyflex EDM
*Karatekin AO, Keles A, Gençoğlu N
9:20 TGF-β1 levels and distribution in the root dentine of mature and immature human premolars
*Ivica, A, Deari, S, Patcas, R, Weber, FE, Zehnder, M
9:40 Influence of model system parameters on the sodium hypochlorite susceptibility of endodontic biofilms
*Swimberghe RCD, Crabbé A, Braeckmans K, De Moor RJG, Coenye T, Meire MA
10:00 Original Scientific Poster Prize - oral presentations
Led by Leo Tjäderhane
10:00 Anesthetic Efficacy of 2% Mepivacaine versus 4% Articaine for Inferior Alveolar Nerve Blocks in Patients with Symptomatic Irreversible Pulpitis in Mandibular Molars: A Randomized Clinical Trial
EL Marakby MF, Fouda MY, *Bedier MM
10:15 The influences of Type 2 Diabetes on clinically normal dental pulp tissues
*AlSamahi S, Milne TJ, Rich AM, Hussaini HM, Friedlander LT
10:30 COFFEE BREAK
11:00 Original Scientific Poster Prize - oral presentations
Led by Leo Tjäderhane
11:00 Effect of Premedication Using Diclofenac Potassium on Anesthetic Success of Articaine Buccal Infiltration in Mandibular Molars with Symptomatic Irreversible Pulpitis: A Randomized Placebo-Controlled Trial
Al-Rawhani AH, Wanees Amin SA, *Gawdat SI
11:15 Calibration for increased reliability in assessment of endodontic variables in panoramic radiographs
*Sebring D, Jonasson P, Kvist T, Buhlin K, Lund H
11:30 Assessment of used outcome measures in high-ranked endodontic journals according to a hierarchical model
*Almutairi N, Björkner AE, Fransson H
11:45 Education Prize - oral presentations
Led by John Whitworth
11:50 Evaluation of 3D printed resin bicuspids in the reproduction of root canal anastomoses
*Habib M, Nehme W, Zogheib C, Maalouf L, Tohme H, Naaman A
12:10 Suitability of different tooth replicas for endodontic training: perceptions and detection of common errors in the performance of postgraduate students
*Gancedo-Caravia L, Bascones J, Garcia-Barbero E, Arias A
12:30 LUNCH
13:30 Poster Presentations / Trade Exhibition
14:30 Clinical Poster Prize - oral presentations
Led by Gianluca Gambarini
14:30 Guided endodontic treatment of multiple teeth with dentin dysplasia: a case report
*Krug R, Volland J, Reich S, Soliman S, Connert T, Krastl G
14:45 Oehler's Type III Dens Invaginatus Case Report
*Raad I, Tello G, Marín A, Cholico P
15:00 Internal repair of External Cervical Resorption: A case report
*Liapis D, Meire MA, De Moor RJG, De Bruyne MAA
15:15 Conservative management of large periapical lesion associated with mature and immature permanent teeth using conventional and regenerative endodontic procedures: a case report.
*Abo ElSeoud MR
15:30
16:00 COFFEE BREAK
16:30 Clinical Video Prize - oral presentations
Led by Gianluca Gambarini
16:30 Broken files removal - case report
*Jankowska A, Kuzminski M, Boltacz-Rzepkowska E
16:37 Intentional Replantation
*Martinez Cuellar NG
16:44 Next Generation Endodontics; Revitalization by CGF
*Ertürk E, Fazeli R, Turk T
16:51 Apical surgery on upper left first molar with sinus elevation
*Cho S, Nam J
16:58 The use of PRF in endodontic microsurgery
*Pires M, Cordeiro J, Meirinhos J, Rito Pereira M, Ginjeira A
17:05 Volumetric 3D Rendering: Diagnosis and treatment planning
*Isufi A, Dauti R, Plotino G, Terauchi Y
17:12 Guided endodontics: Virtual endodontic access planning using two different workflows.
*Reich S
17:19 Intentional replantation with an atraumatic extraction system in teeth with extensive cervical root resorption
*Krug R, Krastl G
17:26 New tips to remove fiber post
*Choukroun R, Couvrechel C, Jakubowicz-Kohen B, Bocau C
17:33 A new endodontic Navigation system: an endodontic surgery
*Morese A, Seracchiani M, Stefanelli L, Di Carlo S, Testarelli L, Gambarini G
17:40 A novel guided endodontics method for the treatment of a maxillary premolar with pulp canal obliteration and apical periodontitis
*Torres A
17:47 Management of a perforation of the lateral incisor, due to an external resorption caused by canine impaction
*Ferraro N, Poli F
17:54 Managing a calcified pulp chamber aided by ultrasonics and high resolution CBCT
*Shehabeldin I
18:00 SESSION ENDS
Зал 6
9:00 Oral presentations on freely chosen subjects
09:18 Three dimensional modeling and measurements of root canal anatomy in second primary mandibular molars: a micro CT study
*El Hachem C, Nehme W, Abou chedid JC
09:36 CBCT and microscope examination in the diagnosis of anatomical extremes like root canal obliterations or resorptive processes
*Kiefner P, Gliga A
09:54 Interradicular canal frequency at the bifurcation area of first mandibular molars.
*Briseño Marroquín B, Wentaschek S, Tennert C, Wierichs R, Wolf TG
10:12 Evaluation of root canal morphology of mandibular first and second premolars using cone-beam computed tomography in a Turkish population
*Ezentas N, Uzunoglu-Ozyurek E
10:30 COFFEE BREAK
11:18 Three-dimensional non-destructive pulp-tissue visualization through micro-computed tomography imaging
*Belladonna FG, Cavalcante DM, Carvalho MS, Silva EJNL, Zehnder M, De-Deus G
11:54 Evaluation of S. mutans and C. albicans adherence on various composite materials when exposed to bleaching agents
*Eldeniz AU, Akbulut MB, Guneser MB
12:12 WITHDRAWN
12:30 LUNCH
13:30 Poster Presentations / Trade Exhibition
14:30 Oral presentations on freely chosen subjects
15:06 Diagnostic accuracy of cone beam computed tomography used for diagnosis of apical periodontitis using histopathology of ex-vivo human jaws as reference standard
*Kruse C, Spin-Neto R, Evar Kraft DC, Væth M, Kirkevang LL
16:00 COFFEE BREAK
16:00 Methodological quality of systematic reviews and meta-analyses in endodontics
*Nagendrababu V, Pulikkotil SJ, Sultan OS
16:48 Behavioral analysis to evaluate the students' search strategies for a diagnosis in endodontics
*Linas N, Cousson PY, Decerle N, Francois O, Hennequin M
17:06 WITHDRAWN
17:24 Design and evaluation of a mobile application of dentoalveolar trauma, pilot study
*Toloza R, Benadof D, Correa V, Cárdenas S, Jamett J, Flores V
17:42 Evaluation of the knowledge of final-year dental students on the use of antibiotics in Endodontics in Turkey
*Arican Öztürk B, Çiftçioğlu E, Işık V, Karagöz-Küçükay I
18:00 SESSION ENDS
Зал 7
9:00 Oral presentations on freely chosen subjects
09:00
09:18
09:36
09:54
10:12
10:30 COFFEE BREAK
11:00 Apical surgery for lower molars : The bone window approach
*Mallet JP
11:18 Intentional Replantation in the Implant Era
*Alharbi MA
11:36
11:54
12:12
12:30 LUNCH
13:30 Poster Presentations / Trade Exhibition
14:30 Oral presentations on freely chosen subjects
14:30
14:48
15:06
15:24
15:42 Full pulpotomy and endocrowns in permanent teeth during one chairside appointment: a cohort study
*Munoz-Sanchez ML, Decerle N, Linas N, Cousson PY, Hennequin M
16:00 COFFEE BREAK
16:30 WITHDRAWN
16:48
17:06 Quality assessment of systematic reviews published in endodontic journals
*Mishra L, Singh NR
17:24 The validity of systematic reviews to answer clinical questions: Introduction of AMSTAR 2, PRISMA, and GRADE systems
*Salem Milani A, Rahimi S, Frough Reyhani M
17:42 Patient Reported Outcome Measures in Endodontics using a mixed methodology following treatment by postgraduate students in a UK dental hospital
*Jacobs RP, Jarad FD
18:00 SESSION ENDS
13 сентября
Зал 1
8:45 Prize presentations: the winners of the following prizes will be presented with a certificate
ESE Wladimir Adlivankine Research, Education, Original Scientific Poster, Clinical Poster and Clinical Video
Session chair: Hanjo Hecker

9:00
The future - irrigants and irrigant agitation
Dr Christos Boutsioukis

9:45
The future - supplementary methods of eliminating bacteria from root canals
Anil Kishen

10:30 COFFEE BREAK
Session chair: Henning Bahnemann

11:00
The future - root canal shaping
Tina Rödig

11:45
The future - the optimum dimensions of the apical preparation
Jose Siqueira Jr

12:30 LUNCH

13:30
Poster Presentations / Trade Exhibition
Session chair: Johannes Klimscha

14:30
The future - NiTi alloys
David Sonntag

15:15
The future - multiple or single cone canal filling
Franklin Tay

16:00 COFFEE BREAK
Session chair: Thomaas Weinberger

16:30
The future - hydraulic calcium silicate cements
Dr Josette Camilleri

17:15
The future - assessing residual tooth tissue for restoration The relationship between endodontic treatment need, tooth restorability, endodontic outcome and tooth survival
Francesco Mannocci

18:00
SESSION ENDS
Зал 2
Session chair: Jens Emmelmann

9:00
New system for classifying tooth, root and canal morphology
Hany Mohamed Aly Ahmed

9:45
The root apex - the complexities of apical canal anatomy
Dr Ashraf Elayouti

10:30 COFFEE BREAK
Session chair: Kurt Ebeleseder

11:00
The association of clinical signs and symptoms with specific endodontic microorganisms
Prof Brenda P Gomes

11:45
Pulp revitalization procedures in immature and mature teeth
Dr Tugba Turk

12:30 LUNCH

13:30
Poster Presentations / Trade Exhibition
Session Chair: Peter Brandstätter

14:30
Working length determination: dynamic and three-dimensional
Dr Lucila Piasecki

15:15
Endodontic screening for patients with cardiovascular disease presentation of a consensus protocol
Elisabetta Cotti

16:00 COFFEE BREAK
Session chair: Tomas Kupec

16:30
Treatment planning for post-treatment disease
Hani F. Ounsi

17:15
Tips and tricks during root canal retreatment
Mohammad Hammo

18:00
SESSION ENDS
Зал 3
9:00 9:00 to 12:30 Symposium: Deep carious lesions and vital pulp therapies.
Led by Hal Duncan

9:00 Symposium overview: Deep carious lesions and vital pulp therapies.

9:00

Caries today: challenges, opportunities and the reparative response
Dr Hal Duncan

9:35
Discussion and questions
Dr Hal Duncan; Dr Phillip Tomson; Lars Bjørndal; Stéphane Simon

9:45
The diagnostic conundrum of treating the deep carious lesion
Dr Phillip Tomson

10:20
Discussion and questions
Dr Hal Duncan; Dr Phillip Tomson; Lars Bjørndal; Stéphane Simon

10:30 COFFEE BREAK

11:00
How much is enough when treating the deep carious lesion?
Lars Bjørndal

11:35
Discussion and questions
Dr Hal Duncan; Dr Phillip Tomson; Lars Bjørndal; Stéphane Simon

11:45
Managing the vital pulp when treating the deep carious lesion
Stéphane Simon

12:20
Discussion and questions
Dr Hal Duncan; Dr Phillip Tomson; Lars Bjørndal; Stéphane Simon

12:30 LUNCH

13:30
Poster Presentations / Trade Exhibition

14:30 14:30 to 18:00
Symposium: Education. Led by John Whitworth
Education Symposium, including presentations on educational video production, supporting students in transition to practice, technology in dental education and opportunities to get involved with ESE education

14:30
How to produce high quality videos for online teaching and technology enhanced learning
Mads Dahl

15:15
The transition to independent practice How can dental education ameliorate the transition schock?
Peter Musaeus

16:00 COFFEE BREAK

16:30
The Development of the Endodontics Complexity Assessment Tool (E-CAT) - A case-difficulty assessment app for endodontic education.
Dr Obyda Essam

17:00
Digital workflow in endodontic skills trainig 3D printing in dental education
Marcel Reymus

17:30
ESE education workstreams – how you could get involved and ESE education grants – how could we do better?
John Whitworth

18:00 SESSION ENDS
Зал 4
9:00 Sponsored lectures

10:30 COFFEE BREAK
Session chair: Daniel Černý

11:00
VDW lecture How to scout unscoutable canals predictably and efficiently
Gianluca Plotino; Nicola Maria Grande

11:45

Coltène / Micro Mega Lecture 2 A new approach for the instrumentation of challenging canal systems. A dedicated sequence for a dedicated technique
Antonis Chaniotis

12:30 LUNCH

13:30
Poster Presentations / Trade Exhibition
Session chair: Roman Blahuta

14:30
Eighteeth Medical lecture 2 3-D obturation of root canal systems. Does it really matter?
Dr Massimo Giovarruscio

15:15

Edge Endo lecture Clinical management of 3D complex curvatures
Gianluca Gambarini

16:00
COFFEE BREAK
Session chair: Ivica Anic

16:30
Septodont Lecture Calcium silicate-based sealer - a new "must-have" in endodontics?
Till Dammaschke
Зал 5
9:00 Oral presentations on freely chosen subjects
09:00
09:18 WITHDRAWN
09:36 Age-related clinical algorithm
*Ben-Itzhak J, Solomonov M
09:54 WITHDRAWN
10:12 Incidence of external apical root resorption in patients undergoing orthodontic treatment – case report
*Timplalexis D, Koumpia E, Mikrogeorgis G
10:30 COFFEE BREAK
11:00
11:18
11:36 3D reconstruction softwares in endodontics
*Isufi A, Xhajanka E, Gambarini G
11:54 Diagnosis and treatment perspectives of internal root resorption
*Baser Can ED
12:12 The impact of endodontic over instrumentation on the anatomy of the root canal and the apical foramen: a comparison between three different endodontic motorized systems
*Shay B, Moreinos D, Udi Shmueli O, Abramovitz I
12:30 LUNCH
13:30 Poster Presentations / Trade Exhibition
14:30 Oral presentations on freely chosen subjects
14:30 Quantitative assessment of apically extruded bacteria using different instrumentation techniques and preparation taper: an invitro study
*Pandey V, Priyank H
14:48 Cleaning the third dimension.
*Gawdat S
15:06
15:24 Micro-CT evaluation of modern rotary and reciprocating glide path and shaping systems
*Tutino F, Bernardi M, Alovisi M, Carpegna G, Comba A, Bobbio E, Scotti N, Pasqualini D, Berutti E
15:42
16:00 COFFEE BREAK
16:30 Comparison of the apical transportation and canal straightening between two rotary and two reciprocating systems
Erdogan D, *Akbal Dincer G, Turkyilmaz A, Erdemir A
16:48
17:06
17:24 Influence of nickel-titanium rotary systems with varying tapers on the biomechanical behaviour of mandibular first molars with curved and straight mesial roots: a finite element analysis study
Cesur Y, *Askerbeyli Ors S, Serper A, Ocak M
17:42 Micro guided Endodontics: A Futuristic Concept of Biominimalization
*Alkhawas M
18:00 SESSION ENDS
Зал 6
9:00 Oral presentations on freely chosen subjects
09:00 Electronic working length variation during endodontic treatment: a randomized clinical trial
*Mirra D, Carpegna G, Alovisi M, Comba A, Pasqualini D, Scotti N, Berutti E
09:18 Management of postoperative pain: risk factors and predictability, prevalence and management
*Alsofi L
09:36 Neuropathic pain, what is it and why it happens, where is the role of psychosocial issue in the diagnosis and treatment
*Sadr A
09:54
10:12
Effective treatment protocol in C-shaped canals
*Yang SE
10:30 COFFEE BREAK
11:00 Establishment of experimental intraradicular biofilm model for irrigation techniques evaluation in pigs.
*Yahata Y, Tanaka T, Handa K, V. Venkataiah S, Kanehira M, Hasegawa T, Noiri Y, Saito M
11:18 Effect of a novel antibiotic-steriod paste over conventional antimicrobials in regenerative endodontics.
*Mahima T, Sannidhi H
11:36
11:54
12:12
12:30 LUNCH
13:30 Poster Presentations / Trade Exhibition
14:30 Oral presentations on freely chosen subjects
14:30 Does a clinical irrigation protocol exist? How to transfer research into the practice.
*Tonini R
14:48
15:06
15:24 Efficacy of XP-endo finisher and Er:Yag Laser on the removal of calcium hydroxide paste from an artificial standardized apical groove
*Hancerliogullari D, Durna Yurtseven F, Erdemir A
15:42 A novel HEDP-based irrigant and its effect on the cleanliness of root canal walls
*Kfir A
16:00 COFFEE BREAK
16:30 Irrigation of the pulp space in the 21st Century - Where are we now?
*Farmakis ETR
16:48 Do we really need to activate our irrigant?
*Elkholy MMA
17:06 Effect of different final irrigation protocols on fracture resistance of endodontically treated teeth
Doganay Yildiz E, *Fidan ME
17:24 Effect of Different Laser-Assisted Irrigation Activation Techniques on Apical Debris Extrusion
Doganay Yildiz E, *Dincer B
17:42 Root fracture resistance of human teeth after exposure to calcium hydroxide
*Al-Hiyasat AS, Elfarraj HS
18:00 SESSION ENDS
Зал 7
9:00 Oral presentations on freely chosen subjects
09:00 Etiological factors influencing the outcomes of regenerative endodontic procedures
*Nagy M
09:18 The potentials of regenerative endodontics and their Uses in mature necrotic teeth
*Shibani M, Gambarini G
09:36 Cell-based dentin-pulp regeneration: Towards a biomimetic translation of the native stem cell niche control
*Fahmy SH
09:54 Biomechanical performance of teeth treated with revitalization during biting, traumatism and orthodontic movement. A finite element analysis.
*Bucchi C, Marcé-Nogué J, Galler K, Widbiller M
10:12
10:30 COFFEE BREAK
11:00 Dental pulp stem cells: Isolation, culture methods and effects of surfactant addition to EDTA
*Kucukkaya Eren S, Bahador Zırh E, Zeybek ND, Askerbeyli Örs S, Aksel H, Parashos P
11:18 It's alive, will tissue regeneration in mature teeth become a future reality?
*Hassan R
11:36 Evaluation of case-reports/clinical studies considering regenerative approaches in three indexed endodontic journals between 2009-2018
*Turer SH, Uzunoglu Ozyurek E, Altundasar E
11:54
12:12
12:30 LUNCH
13:30 Poster Presentations / Trade Exhibition
14:30 Oral presentations on freely chosen subjects
14:30
14:48
15:06 Fracture incidence of Revo-S and Protaper-Next instrument files by endodontic students or endodontic specialists: a cross-sectional retrospective study
*Bozkurt DA, Terlemez A
15:24 The role of systemic medications in the pathogenesis or healing of apical periodontitis
*Fouad A
15:42 Separated instruments - Algorithm of clinical decision making
*Solomonov M
16:00 COFFEE BREAK
16:30
16:48
17:06
17:24 The Use of Hypnosis in Endodontics
*İriboz E
17:42 Effect of different intracoronal bleaching agents and their interaction with the final irrigation regimen on microhardness, tubule radius and mineral content of coronal dentine
*Karaaslan H, Altundasar E, Özçelik B
18:00 SESSION ENDS
14 сентября
Зал 1
Session chair: Lora Mishra

9:00
The future - endodontic surgery
Silvio Taschieri

9:45
The future - the survival of endodontically treated teeth
Dr Helena Fransson

10:30 COFFEE BREAK
Session chair: Matthias Holly

11:00
The future - removing and bypassing fractured instruments tips and tricks to solve the problem
Augusto Malentacca

11:45
The future - treating the calcified pulp chamber and canal
Helmut Walsch

12:30 LUNCH

13:30
Poster Presentations / Trade Exhibition
Session chair: Johannes Reichsthaler

14:30
The future - early clinical diagnosis and biomechanics of vertical root fractures
Zvi Metzger

15:15
The future - quality of life and Endodontics
Prasanna Neelakantan

16:00 CONGRESS ENDS
Зал 2
Session chair: Tom Schloss

9:00
Management of iatrogenic errors by non-surgical and surgical retreatment
Frank Setzer

9:45
Non-surgical retreatment of teeth with persisting apical periodontitis following apicoectomy
Michael Hülsmann

10:30 COFFEE BREAK
Session chair: Mario Castro

11:00
Retrograde root canal treatment
Peter Jonasson

11:45
How to restore broken down root filled teeth
Prof Simone Grandini

12:30 LUNCH

13:30
Poster Presentations / Trade Exhibition

14:30
Endodontic disinfection in a world of surrogates
Prof Erick Souza

15:15
Caries or pre-eruptive resorption? - a challenging differential diagnosis with clinical consequences
Beat Suter

16:00 CONGRESS ENDS
Зал 3
9:00
Symposium overview: Endodontics and systemic health

9:00
Introduction: Endodontics and systemic health
Luc van der Sluis

9:15
The oral – general health connection. Association or causation? Scientific and ethical challenges.
Bjørn Hofmann

10:00
Do root fillings and apical periodontitis increase the risk of a first myocardial infarction?
Thomas Kvist

10:15

Endodontic infections, inflammation, and coronary artery disease.
Pirkko Pussinen

10:30 COFFEE BREAK

11:00
The influence of apical periodontitis on the concentration of inflammatory mediators in peripheral blood plasma
Suzette van der Waal

11:20
How healing of Apical Periodontitis is influenced by the health of the patients and their genetic background
Elisabetta Cotti

11:45
Apical periodontitis and diabetes – an update Association does not always imply causation
Juan José Segura-Egea

12:00 Discussion

12:30 LUNCH

13:30
Poster Presentations / Trade Exhibition

14:30 14:30 to 16:00 Symposium: Digital endodontics.
Led by Gianluca Gambarini

14:30
3D models for teaching and research in Endodontics
Dr Lucila Piasecki

14:50
Endodontic Guides and 3D Printing.
Dr P. Sebastian Ortolani Seltenerich

15:10 3D
assessment of canal complexities with new endodontic software 3d case assessment
Gianluca Gambarini

15:30
Digital solutions for post-endodontic restorations How CAD/CAM techniques will change your endodontic life
Massimo Gagliani

15:50 Discussion

16:00 CONGRESS ENDS
Зал 4
9:00 Oral presentations on freely chosen subjects
09:00 The influence of Type 2 Diabetes on clinically normal dental pulp tissues
*AlSamahi S, Milne TJ, Rich AM, Hussaini HM, Friedlander LT
09:18
09:36 Global gene expression analysis of immunological responses during the development of apical periodontitis model in mice.
*Hasegawa T, Handa K, Yahata Y, Tanaka T, V.Venkataiah S, Njuguna M, Noiri Y, Saito M
09:54 Variation of early endothelial dysfunction markers in patients with apical periodontitis after root canal therapy: A clinical and biomolecular study
*Giuggia B, Bergandi L, Comba A, Alovisi M, Carpegna G, Scotti N, Pasqualini D, Berutti E
10:12 The shortcomings of current clinical endodontic diagnostics and possible role of biomarkers
*Erdogan O, Gibbs JL
10:30 COFFEE BREAK
11:00
11:18 Post-Treatment Symptomatic Apical Periodontitis and Neuropeptide Release in the Periodontal Ligament After Root Canal Preparation with Different Single-File Techniques
*Caviedes-Bucheli J, Munoz HR
11:36 Biological Implications of Occlusal Trauma and Orthodontic Forces in human dental pulp and its relationship with angiogenic mechanisms
*Munoz HR, Caviedes-Bucheli J
11:54 The local and systemic consequences of apical periodontitis on oxidative stress
*Georgiou AC, Cornejo Ulloa P, Crielaard W, van der Waal SV
12:30 LUNCH
13:30 Poster Presentations / Trade Exhibition
14:30 Oral presentations on freely chosen subjects
14:30 Rehabilitation of endodontic treated teeth with extensive loss of coronal structure – Where do we come from, where do go?
*Fernandes V, Ferreira S, Miller P, Ferraz A, Souza J
14:48
15:06
15:24 Restoration of the endodontically treated tooth
*Karunanayake GA
15:42
16:00 CONGRESS ENDS
Зал 5
9:00 Oral presentations on freely chosen subjects
09:00 An international survey on the use of hydraulic calcium silicate-based sealers in non surgical endodontic treatment
*Guivarc'h M, Jeanneau C, Giraud T, Pommel L, About I, Azim AA, Bukiet F
09:18 Thermal obturation of root canals under standardized conditions: An in vitro study.
*Wolf TG, Tennert C, Willems L, Briseño Marroquín B
09:36 Influence of Diode and Er,Cr: YSGG Laser use on the push-out bond strength of a bioceramic-based root canal filling
*Çiftçioğlu E, Barut G, Işık V, Arıcan Öztürk B, Karagöz-Küçükay I
09:54
10:12 Do heated pluggers show the exact temperature?
*Bakırcı T, Yaltırık H, Baştürk FB, Günday M
10:30
COFFEE BREAK
11:00
11:18
11:36 Dentinal tubule penetration of AH Plus, BC Sealer and a novel tricalcium silicate sealer: a confocal laser scanning microscopy study
*El Hachem R
11:54 Single cone obturation in Endodontics: What is new and what is true?
*Shehabeldin I
12:12 Dislocation resistence of three different tricalcium silicate cements
*Ruiz Durán C, González Losada C, González V
12:30 LUNCH
13:30 Poster Presentations / Trade Exhibition
14:30 Oral presentations on freely chosen subjects
14:30 Biocompatibility and Osteogenic Potential of different bioceramic materials in endodontics: a comparative study
*Mola V, Annaratone L, Carpegna G, Comba A, Berutti E, Pasqualini D
14:48
15:06
15:24
15:42 Effectiveness of different irrigation techniques on dentinal tubule penetration of bioseramic-based endodontic sealer
*Atav Ateş A, Ciftcioglu E, Arıcan Öztürk B, Küçükay S
16:00 CONGRESS ENDS
Зал 6
9:00 Oral presentations on freely chosen subjects
09:00 Parametric Design Analysis: A New Tool for Instruments Design Optimization
*Galal M
09:18 WITHDRAWN
09:36
09:54
10:12 Effect of glide path creating on cyclic fatigue resistance and preparation time of Reciproc Blue nickel-titanium files
*Miçooğulları Kurt S, Serefoglu B
10:30 COFFEE BREAK
11:00 Assessment of torque life of rotary endodontic instruments in torque sensitive reciprocation kinematics using an indigenous dynamic load model.
*Suresh N, J S H, Natanasabapathy V
11:18 Comparison of the cyclic fatigue resistance of nickel-titanium rotary instruments manufactured using controlled memory wire
Ibrahim MM, *El-Tantawi AR, Badr AE
11:36
11:54 Big shapes don't create better outcomes: Minimally invasive endodontics
*Hassan N
12:12
12:30 LUNCH
13:30 Poster Presentations / Trade Exhibition
14:30 Oral presentations on freely chosen subjects
14:30 Secret power of endodontic therapy
*Gokmen E, Kartal N
14:48 The effect of surgical and nonsurgical root canal treatment on the inflammatory mediators and risk of cardiovascular diseases
*Bakhsh A, Mannocci F, Moyes D, Niazi S
15:06 Connections between apical periodontitis and systemic diseases
*Guex D
15:24 Effect of sodium hypochlorite volume on post operative endodontic pain in asymptomatic necrotic mandibular molars in single visit endodontics: A prospective double blind clinical trial
*Ali A
15:42 WITHDRAWN
16:00 CONGRESS ENDS
Зал 7
9:00 Oral presentations on freely chosen subjects
09:00 Actinomycosis of the Maxillary Sinus leading to reinfection in treated Root canals
*Aggarwal SD, Bhatavadekar NB
09:18 Regenerative Endodontic treatment of Avulsed Immature permanent incisors with apical pathosis: 7 years follow up
*Ismail AG
09:36 Endodontic management of complex root canal anatomies using unconventional treatment modalities- A series of case reports.
*Mahajan S
09:54 Evaluation of 2 shaping systems and 2 ultrasonic irrigation devices in removing root canal filling material from mesial roots of mandibular molars assessed by micro CT
*Kaloustian MK, Nehme W, Zogheib C, Naaman A, Diemer F
10:12 Effect of third dimension on Broken instrument decision making.
*Ghobashy A
10:30 COFFEE BREAK
11:00 Saving incisors with a big periapical lesion by non- surgical retreatment: a case report
*Mammadli M, Bücher K, Diegritz CH, Hickel R
11:18 3D RETREATMENT: Efficiency and Effectiveness
*Dhaimy S
11:36 Demographic, clinical and radiographic data of patients referred for root canal retreatment
Keles A, Askerbeyli Ors S, Uzunoglu Ozyurek E
11:54 Comparative evaluation of the treatment outcomes after single- versus two-visit retreatment: a clinical study.
*Kandemir Demirci G
12:12 Selective root canal retreatment - case series and decision making
*Guerreiro Viegas O, Jautze AA, Thé WTH
12:30 LUNCH
13:30 Poster Presentations / Trade Exhibition
14:30 Oral presentations on freely chosen subjects
14:30 Comparative evaluation of effectiveness of contemporary instrument retrieval systems and its effect on fracture resistance of teeth
Talwar ST, *Nawal RR, Malhotra A
14:48 WITHDRAWN
15:06 Sandwich technique for wire-splinting of traumatized teeth: preliminary clinical experience
*Kaur A, Logani A, Ramnani H, Moidu N
15:24
15:42 Mouthguards use in prevention of sport-related traumatic teeth injures
*Dydyk NM
16:00 CONGRESS ENDS
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