DEAR COLLEAGUES! We hope you will enjoy your stay in Hungary!

DEAR COLLEAGUES! Welcome to the 16th Annual Meeting of the Hungarian STD Society held jointly with the 17th ADA Congress on STD and Genital Dermatolo...
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DEAR COLLEAGUES! Welcome to the 16th Annual Meeting of the Hungarian STD Society held jointly with the 17th ADA Congress on STD and Genital Dermatology. Our yearly national conferences always give a good opportunity for interdisciplinary consultation on various topics at the STI field between different medical professionals . This year it is our pleasure to announce that this conversation will be international, and we will be able to exchange experiences not only between different professions but also between different countries. Globalization brings worldwide challenges, but there are still local special issues, which we are able to discuss very well at regional conferences. Our history and culture shows very much common characteristics, thus we can give advices and support to each other, how to approach issues, even how to solve problems . We are looking forward very much to meeting you in Budapest and to hosting our friends to enjoy Hungarian wines, cuisine and culture with. We hope you will enjoy your stay in Hungary!

Dr. Viktória Várkonyi President of the Hungarian STD Society

Dr. Tímea Tisza Secretary-General of the Hungarian STD Society

LOCAL ORGANIZING COMMITTEE Chair: Viktória Várkonyi Co-chair: Tímea Tisza Members: Attila Horváth, Károly Nagy, Eszter Balla, Ágnes Bihari, Éva Csatár, Judit Deák, Mária Dudás, Katalin Együd, Márta Földes, Zsolt Kopa, János Kovács, Zsolt Melczer, László Pajor, Fruzsina Petrovay, Éva Remenyik, Gyula Simon, Gábor Stehlich, Zsuzsanna Szabó, István Sziller, János Szlávik, Péter Tenke, László Török, Gábor Veres INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE Ausztria: Angelika Stary, Claudia Heller-Vitouch,Josef Söltz-Szöts Croatia: Franjo Gruber, Jasna Lipozencic’, Suzana Ljubojevic’, Branka Marínovic’, Mihael Skerlev Czech Republic: Petr Arenberger, M. Drazdakova, Jana Hercogová Hungary: Attila Horváth, Károly Nagy, Tímea Tisza, Viktória Várkonyi Italy: Franco Kokelj, Giusto Trevisan Romania: Dan Forsea Slovakia: Vladimir Hegyi, Juraj Péc Slovenia: Igor Bartenjev, Aleksej Kansky, Marko Potocnik MAIN TOPICS The epidemiology, diagnostics, treatment and prevention of classical venereal diseases The changing resistance pattern of Neisseria gonorrhoeae - European data Extragenital and complicated gonorrhoea Diagnostic problems of syphilis - it is better later than never The management of classical venereal diseases in the private praxis HIV infection, AIDS - epidemiology, clinical issues and treatment The occurrence of HIV infection in high risk groups The symptoms of AIDS nowadays HAART treatment - what do we gain and what is the price? The diagnostics, treatment and prevention of diseases caused by the human papillomavirus The role of HPV DNS testing in cervical cancer screening The up to date management of genital warts, intraepithelial neoplasias of the anogenital area, cervical dysplasia and cervical, penile and anal cancer How far have we got with the prevention in the HPV vaccination era? The inflammations of infectious origin of the female reproductive tract from the vaginitis to the PID The management of infective and non-infective vaginitis Mucopurulent cervicitis - diagnosis and treatment The differential diagnostics of PID - other gynecological diseases causing chronic

pelvic pain Urology, andrology and STD management The differential diagnostics of penile tumours - condyloma or carcinoma? Chronic ascending infections in men, recurrent cystitis in women- might there be an STD in the background? The possible role of STD pathogens in andrology Other special issues in STD Psychological and psychiatric disorders and STD Implementing prevention program in practice - how to reach out risk groups? Otholaryngeological and oral symptoms of STDs STD management in the office of the proctologist - where might be the borders? Dermatology and venerology - is it one and indivisible? Immunological consequences of the STI - rheumatological and ophthalmological complications Aesthetic surgery of the genitalia

PRELIMINARY PROGRAM - THE ALPHABETICAL LIST OF REQUESTED SPEAKERS Simon Barton ( U.K.): Point of care testing in venereology - benefits and risks V. Benea, S. R. Georgescu, O.E. Benea (Romania): The evolution of sexually transmitted infections in Romania in the transition period Claudia Colli, Gianmichele Moise, Daniele Ficarra, Nicola Di Meo, Giusto Trevisan (Italy): Bacterial (non LVG) and Viral Proctitis Éva Csatár (Hungary): HPV caused anal, perianal problems Mária Dudás, Eszter Balla (Hungary): Prevalence of HIV and sexually transmitted infections among homo/bisexual men in seroepidemiological studies in Hungary between 2009-2011 Éva Duray (Hungary): Genital tattoo, piercing and other adornments Franjo Gruber, Jasna Lipozencic’ (Croatia): Endemic syphilis in the 19th century in Croatia Claudia Heller-Vitouch, Flora Haider, Angelika Stary (Austria): Results of two years´ HPV-genotyping in three STI-outpatients´ clinics in Vienna

Attila Horváth (Hungary): The trends of heterosexual HIV transmission in the last 25 years in Hungary Peter K. Kohl (Germany): European gonococcal resistance: cause for concern Zsolt Kopa (Hungary): Male sexual dysfunction in infertile couples - prevalence of elevated seminal inflammatory markers. Jasna Lipozencic’, Branka Marinovic’ (Croatia): Albert Neisse's scientific influence on serodiagnosis of syphilis in Croatia Suzana Ljubojevic’ (Croatia): HPV associated diseases Branka Marinovic’, Jasna Lipozencic’, Ines Lakos Jukic (Croatia): Diagnosis and therapy of syphilis - facts and dilemmas Gianmichele Moise, Claudia Colli, Daniele Ficarra, Nicola Di Meo, Giusto Trevisan (Italy):Incidence of STDs in STD Centres in Friuli-Venezia Giulia Károly Nagy, Szilvia Kanizsai, Ágoston Ghidán, József Ongrádi (Hungary): Inhibition of primary HIV infection on cellular level Péter Nyirády (Hungary): Management of the vaseline granuloma of the penis László Pajor (Hungary): Sexual function preservation after penis partial resection for penile cancer Marko Potocnik (Slovenia): Molluscum contagiosum - a sexually transmitted infection H.Schöfer (Germany): The title of the presentation is being proceeded M. Skerlev (Croatia): HPV and males from the global perspective Angelika Stary (Austria): The situation of gonococcal resistance in Austria István Sziller (Hungary): Impact of persistent chlamydial infection on human fertility Péter Tenke (Hungary): Are there any evidence based treatments of Cronic Pelvic Pain Syndrom? László Török Non-sexually related acute genital ulcers Dan, G. Turcu (Romania): Gastric involvement in secondary syphilis András Ujházy PCO syndrome and recurrent vaginal discharge - is there any correlation? Michael Waugh (UK): Twenty years progress in Sexually Transmitted Infections Alpe, Adria, Danube Region, 1991-2011

OFFICIAL LANGUAGE English Synchroneus interpretation will be provided from English to Hungarian and from Hungarian to English CONGRESS VENUE Danubius Health Spa Resort Helia**** H - 1133 Budapest, Kárpát u. 62-64. Phone: +36-1-889-5800 , Fax: +36-1-889-5801 E-mail: [email protected] Website: www.danubiushotels.com SCIENTIFIC INFORMATION Dr. Viktória Várkonyi President E-mail: [email protected] Dr. Tímea Tisza Secretary-General E-mail: [email protected] CONGRESS BUREAU Ferenc Miklósi (exhibition) E-mail: [email protected] Tamás Bokker (registration, abstracts) E-mail: [email protected] Convention Budapest Ltd. H-1461 Budapest, P.O.B. 11. Phone: + 36 1 299-0184, -85, -86, Fax: 06-1-299-0187 Website: www.convention.hu

PRELIMINARY PROGRAM Friday, November 18, 2011 11.00-18.00 Registration 16.30-17.30 Opening ceremony and introduction of the new honorary members of the Hungarian STD Society 17.30-18.30 Scientific session 20.00 Gala dinner Saturday, November 19, 2011 08.30-13.00 Registration 08.30-10.00 Scientific session 10.00-10.20 Coffee break 10.20-12.00 Scientific session 12.00-12.30 Coffee break 12.30-14.00 Scientific session 14.00 Closing of the congress, test exam for Hungarian participants 18.00 Board Dinner REGISTRATION FEES Registration fee

Before October 1, 2011

After October 1, 2011

100 EUR/person

120 EUR/person

Registration fee for trainees, PhD students

75 EUR/person

90 EUR/person

Lunch at the congress venue on Saturday

20 EUR/person/occasion

20 EUR/person/occasion

Gala dinner on Friday

40 EUR/person

40 EUR/person

Registration fee for physicians

'Registration fee for physicians' includes the attending of the scientific programme and exhibition area, final programme with abstracts and refreshments during breaks. Please tick separately on the registration form your requests with regards to the gala dinner on Friday and lunches. 'Registration fee for trainees and PhD students' includes the attending of the scientific programme and exhibition area, final programme with abstracts. Along with registration, please send a photocopy of an official document from your institute proving your entitlement to the decreased registration fee.

HOTEL Danubius Health Spa Resort Helia****/ congress venue H - 1133 Budapest, Kárpát u. 62-64., Website: www.danubiushotels.com

Single room with breakfast and all relevant taxes 85 EUR / room / night Double room with breakfast and all relevant taxes 100 EUR / room / night Hotel price includes using of the hotel's wellness premises. Parking for 8 EUR/day in the parking place of the hotel. Hotel rooms will be confirmed on a first come first served basis. In case your hotel room is not paid by October 15, 2011, the room reservation will be cancelled without further notice.

PAYMENT Either by providing your credit card details or by bank transfer. Details for bank transfer payment: Company: Convention Budapest Ltd. Bank: K&H Bank Nyrt. Bank address: H-1051 Budapest, Vigadó tér 1., Hungary SWIFT/BIC Code: OKHBHUHB IBAN: HU26 1020 1006 6019 5559 0000 0000 CANCELLATION TERMS In case of cancelling your registration and/or accommodation, the following fees will be retained as a cancellation fee: Before October 1, 2011:

Full refund minus 50% of the ordered services (registration, accommodation).

After October 1, 2011:

No refund will be made onwards.

CALL FOR ABSTRACTS Category of presentation: - Oral - Poster INSTRUCTIONS FOR ABSTRACT SUBMISSION: All abstracts must be submitted in English. Abstracts should be submitted online using the appropriate template which can be found on official congress website www.convention.com. After completing all the required fields, the abstract should be copied into the designated space on the site. Maximum word count for abstracts: 250 words. In case if a text includes any diagram or graph send the abstract as e-mail attachment to the [email protected] e-mail address. Use windows Microsoft Office Word 2003+, size usual A/4 standing (210 x 298 mm), font size 10 points, line height 2, character: Times New Roman. Please, indicate the title, author(s) name, institute or hospital. DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION OF ABSTRACTS: 31 August, 2011 Owing to strict printing deadlines, we are unable to consider abstracts arriving after the above date. Acceptance of the abstracts will be confirmed in writing by 15 September, 2011 Posters: Size of posters in the poster section: 1.2 m (height) x 0.9 m (width)

USEFUL INFORMATION Name Badges All registered delegates and accompanying persons are required to wear a conference name badge when attending sessions and social events. Coffee Breaks Refreshments and coffee will be served in the Trade Exhibition Area during breaks. Certification of Attendance The Certificate of Attendance will be available at the registration desk on the last day of the Symposium. IMPORTANT DATES Mailing of announcement: Deadline for abstract submission: Confirmation of acceptance: Deadline for early registration fee:

February 28, 2011 August 31, 2011 September 15, 2011 October 1, 2011

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