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ESOU16: Highlights from the Scientific Programme

According to local organiser, Prof. Piotr Chlosta (Crakow, PL) ESOU16 will offer the most up-to-date lectures on onco-urology surgery. For its 13th meeting, the EAU Section of Oncological Urology can draw on a wealth of experience in organising cutting-edge...

The highlights of ESUI15

Leading international experts active in imaging and image-guided treatment in urology gathered in Barcelona on 12 November for the 4th Meeting of the EAU Section of Urological Imaging (ESUI15) which was held in conjunction with the 7th EMUC meeting....
Prof. Christian Pavlovich (USA) of the Brady Urological Institute at Johns Hopkins University Ultrasound in Urology: Emerging Trends

ESUI15 – Ultrasound in Urology: Emerging Trends

Emerging trends in the use of ultrasound in urological cancers were discussed at the 4th EAU Section of Urological Imaging (ESUI15) with novel techniques such as “super-fast” and micro-ultrasound which provide detailed images to physicians. Prof. Christian Pavlovich (USA)...

SEEM15 Day 1: Training the essentials of Laparoscopy

The 11th South Eastern European Meeting got off to a flying start as Regional Office Chairman Prof. Bob Djavan welcomed the large and internationally diverse crowd. “It’s my pleasure to welcome Turkish opinion leaders, and experts from all across...

ERUS15: The local angle with Dr. José Pereira Arias

On the third and final day of ERUS15 in Bilbao, we look back at a successful meeting with the Head of the Local Organising Committee, Dr. José Pereira Arias. “The meeting has been a great success so far. With...

ERUS15: The first day of Live Surgery

While Dr. Jose Pereira Arias was joking this morning when he positioned Bilbao at the centre of the world, it certainly was the centre of the world of robotic surgery with three live surgery sessions, featuring six surgeons and...

ERUS15: Junior ERUS – Young Academic Urologists Meeting

The first day of the three-day meeting of the EAU Robotic Urology Section (ERUS) gave special attention to the needs of young urologists. This included opportunities for hands-on training and ESU courses, but is exemplified by the special scientific...

Accepting donor kidneys with stones remains a thorny issue

The decision to accept potential kidney donors with stone disease or a history of stone problems remains a difficult issue for urologists and the challenge involves not only a comprehensive check on both the donor and kidney recipient’s health...