Appendiceal Masses

EP. 761Jun. 24, 202430:10
Join Drs. Scott Steele and Dan Scheese as they engage in an in-depth conversation with Dr. Michael Valente about the intricate world of appendiceal masses, including carcinoid, adenocarcinoma, and mucinous neoplasms. Despite the complexity of the subject, this episode skillfully deconstructs the topic through the analysis of three distinct cases, illuminating the latest terminology, diagnostic approaches, and management strategies. 

Scott Steele, MD (@ScottRSteeleMD)
Dan Scheese, MD (@DanScheese13)

Michael Valente, MD (@DrMikeValente) is an Associate Professor of Surgery at the Cleveland Clinic and Program Director of the colon and rectal residency program. Dr. Valente's specialty and research interests include cancer of the appendix, peritoneum, colon, rectum and anus, cytoreductive surgery/HIPEC, complex re-operative surgery, inflammatory bowel disease, advanced endoscopic techniques, laparoscopic and minimally invasive colorectal surgery, and surgical education. Dr. Valente has published numerous peer-reviewed journal articles and book chapters and has presented his research interests both nationally and internationally.

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