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 Abstracts (14449)

P003: The first set of nomograms predicting late rectal toxicity in prostate cancer patients undergoing 3DCRT: Development and internal validation

By:Valdagni R.1, Kattan M.W.2, Rancati T.1, Yu C.2, Vavassori V.3, Fellin G.4, Bianchi C.5, Menegotti L.6, Monti A.7, Stasi M.8, Baccolini M.9, Fiorino C.10
Institutes: 1Fondazione Irccs - Istituto Nazionale Dei Tumori, Prostate Program, Milan, 2Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine, Health Sciences, Cleveland, 3Ospedale Di Circolo, Radiotherapy, Varese, 4Ospedale Santa Chiara, Radiotherapy, Trento, 5Ospedale Di Circolo, Medical Physics, Varese, 6Ospedale Santa Chiara, Medical Physics, Trento, 7Ospedale Sant'anna, Medical Physics, Como, 8Ordine Mauriziano, Medical Physics, Torino, 9Villa Maria Cecilia, Medical Physics, Lugo, 10Ospedale San Raffaele, Medical Physics, Milan
  • Event: 2nd European Multidisciplinary Meeting on Urological Cancers
  • Medium: Abstract
  • Date: 28-11-2009
  • Views: 436
  • Nr: P003

P008: A randomized prospective phase II study with Sorafenib (So) and Interleukin-2 (IL-2) versus So alone as first-line treatment in advanced renal cell cancer (RCC): ROSORC trial

By:Procopio G.1, Verzoni E.1, Bracarda S.2, Cascinu S.3, Manzoni M.1, Salvioni R.6, Bregni M.4, Celio L.1, Ortega C.5, Bajetta E.1
Institutes: 1Fondazione Irccs Istituto Nazionale Tumori, Oncologia 2, Milano, 2Ospedale Santa Maria Delle Misericordie, Oncologia, Perugia, 3Azienda Ospedaliero-Universitaria Ospedali Riuniti Umberto I, Oncologia, Ancona, 4Istituto Scientifico S. Raffaele, Oncologia, Milano, 5Istituto Tumori, Oncologia, Candiolo, 6Fondazione Irccs Istituto Nazionale Tumori, Urologia, Milano
  • Event: 2nd European Multidisciplinary Meeting on Urological Cancers
  • Medium: Abstract
  • Date: 28-11-2009
  • Views: 341
  • Nr: P008

P002: Ahistone deacetylase inhibitor belinostat (pxd-101) represses androgen receptor expression and acts synergistically with castration and bicalutamide treatment to inhibit prostate cancer growth in hormone refractory models

By:Festuccia C.1, Gravina G.L.1, Muzi P.1, Ricevuto E.1, D'Ascenzo S.2, Dolo V.2, Ficorella C.1
Institutes: 1University of L'aquila, Dept. of Experimental Medicine, L'aquila, 2University of L'aquila, Dept. of Health Sciences, L'aquila
  • Event: 2nd European Multidisciplinary Meeting on Urological Cancers
  • Medium: Abstract
  • Date: 28-11-2009
  • Views: 329
  • Nr: P002

 Webcasts (13934)

 Posters (6652)

P005: Molecular genetic alterations and their predictive values in superficial bladder cancer

By:Babayan A.1, Bashkatov S.2, Karyakin O.2, Teplov A.3, Golovashenko M.3, Zaletaev D.1, Nemtsova M.1
Institutes: 1Sechenov Moscow Medical Academy, Research Institute For Molecular Medicine, Moscow, 2Medical Radiology Research Centre, Department of Urology, Obninsk, 3Moscow Herzen Oncological Research Institute, Department of Urology, Moscow
  • Event: 2nd European Multidisciplinary Meeting on Urological Cancers
  • Medium: Poster
  • Date: 28-11-2009
  • Views: 375
  • Nr: P005

P010: Assessment of quality of life (QOL) in treatment-naïve and cytokine-pretreated patients with advanced renal cell carcinoma (RCC) treated with pazopanib in a phase III double-blind, placebo-controlled trial

By:Hawkins R.1, Hodge R.2, Chen M.3, Neary M.P.3, Pickard A.S.4, Sternberg C.5, Ralph C.6
Institutes: 1University of Manchester, Faculty of Medical & Human Sciences, Manchester, 2Glaxosmithkline, Department of Oncology, Uxbridge, 3Glaxosmithkline, Department of Oncology, Collegeville, 4University of Illinois College of Pharmacy, Department of Pharmacy Practice, Chicago, 5San Camillo and Forlanini Hospital, Department of Medical Oncology, Rome, 6University of Manchester Paterson Institute for Cancer Research, Dept. of Oncology, Manchester
  • Event: 2nd European Multidisciplinary Meeting on Urological Cancers
  • Medium: Poster
  • Date: 28-11-2009
  • Views: 384
  • Nr: P010

P001: Hypofractionation vs. conventional fractionation radiotherapy in patients with high risk prostate cancer: Early results of a phase III randomized study

By:Saracino B.1, Arcangeli S.1, Gomellini S.1, Petrongari M.G.1, Sentinelli S.2, Fowler J.3, Strigari L.4, Arcangeli G.1
Institutes: 1Ifo-"regina Elena", Dept. of Radiotherapy, Rome, 2Ifo-"regina Elena", Dept. of Pathology, Rome, 3University of Wisconsin, Dept. of Human Pathology and Medical Physics, Madison, 4Ifo-"regina Elena", Dept. of Medical Physics, Rome
  • Event: 2nd European Multidisciplinary Meeting on Urological Cancers
  • Medium: Poster
  • Date: 28-11-2009
  • Views: 310
  • Nr: P001

 Books (16)

UROSource
De Historia Urologiae Europaeae Vol. 7
By:Dirk Schultheiss

Historia Urologiae Europaeae series is addressed to all European urologists. Its aim is to make known the ideas and the work of our predecessors, and to help us understand the current trends in the development of our speciality. Unfortunately, the treatises written in Sanskrit, ancient Chinese, Greek and Latin are both difficult to find and difficult to understand, and should, therefore, be translated into English. The same applies to more recent books published in various languages.

Most of the treatises produced before the 17th century, even the legendary ones, have gaps, mi...

UROSource
De Historia Urologiae Europaeae Vol. 8
By:Dirk Schultheiss

Historia Urologiae Europaeae series is addressed to all European urologists. Its aim is to make known the ideas and the work of our predecessors, and to help us understand the current trends in the development of our speciality. Unfortunately, the treatises written in Sanskrit, ancient Chinese, Greek and Latin are both difficult to find and difficult to understand, and should, therefore, be translated into English. The same applies to more recent books published in various languages.

Most of the treatises produced before the 17th century, even the legendary ones, have gaps, mi...

UROSource
Europe - The Cradle of Urology
By:Johan J. Mattelaer and Dirk Schultheiss

Western medicine began with Greek physicians like Hippocrates who were the first to transform medicine from a collection of abstract philosophical theories into a science based observation and judgement. Via Rome and Alexandria and later Byzantium this young medical science spread to the Middle East. Through Muslim physicians it travelled to Northern Africa and Southern Spain, Eventually it returned to Europe with establishment of the very first European universities in Italy and the south of France.

The knowledge base that covered the medical and the surgical treatment of the...

UROSource
De Historia Urologiae Europaeae Vol. 17
By:Dirk Schultheiss

Historia Urologiae Europaeae series is addressed to all European urologists. Its aim is to make known the ideas and the work of our predecessors, and to help us understand the current trends in the development of our speciality. Unfortunately, the treatises written in Sanskrit, ancient Chinese, Greek and Latin are both difficult to find and difficult to understand, and should, therefore, be translated into English. The same applies to more recent books published in various languages.

Most of the treatises produced before the 17th century, even the legendary ones, have gaps, mi...

UROSource
De Historia Urologiae Europaeae Vol. 18
By:Dirk Schultheiss

Historia Urologiae Europaeae series is addressed to all European urologists. Its aim is to make known the ideas and the work of our predecessors, and to help us understand the current trends in the development of our speciality. Unfortunately, the treatises written in Sanskrit, ancient Chinese, Greek and Latin are both difficult to find and difficult to understand, and should, therefore, be translated into English. The same applies to more recent books published in various languages.

Most of the treatises produced before the 17th century, even the legendary ones, have gaps, mi...

 Presentations (532)

 Guidelines (49)

Penile Curvature

By:E. Wespes (chair), K. Hatzimouratidis (vice-chair), I. Eardley, F. Giuliano, D. Hatzichristou, I. Moncada, A. Salonia, Y. Vardi

Neuro-urology

By:J. Pannek (co-chair), B. Blok (co-chair), D. Castro-Diaz, G. del Popolo, J. Groen, G. Karsenty, T.M. Kessler, G. Kramer, M. Stöhrer

Testicular Cancer

By:P. Albers (chair), W. Albrecht, F. Algaba, C. Bokemeyer, G. Cohn-Cedermark, K. Fizazi, A. Horwich, M.P. Laguna, N. Nicolai, J. Oldenburg

 EU Articles (7232)

 Hands-on Training (4)

 E-courses (6)

 ESU CourseBooks (25)

Place and role of lymphadenectomy in urologic cancers

By:Chair O. Hakenberg, Rostock (DE), S.G. Joniau, Leuven (BE), G.M. Ahlgren, Malmö (SE), B. Badescu, Bucharest (RO), A. Dick, Bucharest (RO), V. Olaru, Bucharest (RO), C. Mirvald, Bucharest (RO), O. Altan, Bucharest (RO), M. Chirita, Bucharest (RO), S. Patrascoiu, Bucharest (RO)

 ePosters (894)

42: EAU2015_Eposter_PieterUvin_RhoK.pptx

By:Uvin P.1, Albersen M.1, Bollen I.2, Falter M.3, Linsen L.4, Tinel H.5, Sandner P.6, Bivalacqua T.7, De Ridder D.1, Van Der Aa F.1, Brône B.2, Van Renterghem K.8
Institutes: 1KU Leuven, Dept. of Development and Regeneration, Leuven, 2University Hasselt, BIOMED Research Institute, Hasselt, 3University Hasselt, BIOMED Research Institute, Leuven, 4Jessa Hospital, University Biobank Limburg, Hasselt, 5Bayer Healthcare, Global Drug Discovery, Wuppertal, 6Bayer Healthcare & Hanover Medical School, Global Drug Discovery & Institute of Pharmacology, Wuppertal/Hanover, 7Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions, Dept. of Urology, Baltimore, 8University Hasselt & Jessa Hospital, Dept. of Urology, Leuven
  • Event: 30th Annual EAU Congress Madrid
  • Medium: ePoster
  • Date: 21-03-2015
  • Views: 421
  • Nr: 42

44: E-poster final.pptx

By:Thomas C.1, Psarros C.1, Gkekas A.2, Koutsilieris M.1
Institutes: 1Athens University Medical School, Dept. of Physiology, Athens, 2General Hospital of Patras, Dept. of Andrology, Patras
  • Event: 30th Annual EAU Congress Madrid
  • Medium: ePoster
  • Date: 21-03-2015
  • Views: 400
  • Nr: 44

180: eposter 180 EAU2015 slide Hiromitsu Negoro.pptx

By:Negoro H.1, Matsui Y.1, Shibasaki N.1, Okada Y.1, Kobayashi T.1, Terada N.1, Yamasaki T.1, Inoue T.1, Kamba T.1, Osamu O.1, Nakayama T.2, Hatayama H.2, Ichioka K.3
Institutes: 1Kyoto University Hospital, Dept. of Urology, Kyoto, 2Adachi Hospital, Center For Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility, Kyoto, 3Ichioka Urological Clinic, Dept. of Urology, Kyoto
  • Event: 30th Annual EAU Congress Madrid
  • Medium: ePoster
  • Date: 21-03-2015
  • Views: 333
  • Nr: 180

194: Tunc_194_EAU15_-_Powerpoint_e-poster.pptx

By:Tunc L.1, Gumustas H.G.1, Akin Y.2, Atkin S.3, Peker T.4, Erdem O.5, Bozkirli I.1
Institutes: 1Gazi University School of Medicine, Dept. of Urology, Ankara, 2Harran University School of Medicine, Dept. of Urology, Sanliurfa, 3Gaziantep State Hospital, Dept. of Urology, Gaziantep, 4Gazi University School of Medicine, Dept. of Anatomy, Ankara, 5Gazi University School of Medicine, Dept. of Pathology, Ankara
  • Event: 30th Annual EAU Congress Madrid
  • Medium: ePoster
  • Date: 21-03-2015
  • Views: 328
  • Nr: 194

229: EAU15_- 229 e-poster.pptx

By:Yoon B.I.7, Kim S.H.1, Ha U.S.1, Myung S.C.3, Kim T.H.3, Chang I.H.3, Kim J.W.3, Chi B.H.3, Choi S.Y.3, Ahn S.H.4, Choi J.D.4, Kim J.H.4, Lee S.Y.5, Kwon J.K.6, Kim M.S.2
Institutes: 1The Catholic University of Korea College of Medicine, Dept. of Urology, Seoul, 2Seoul Medical Center, Dept. of Urology, Seoul, 3Chung-Ang University Hospital, Dept. of Urology, Seoul, 4KEPCO Medical Center, Dept. of Urology, Seoul, 5Myonggi Hospital, Dept. of Urology, Seoul, 6Severance Hospital, Dept. of Urology, Seoul, 7Catholic Kwandong University International St. Mary's Hospital, Dept. of Urology, Incheon
  • Event: 30th Annual EAU Congress Madrid
  • Medium: ePoster
  • Date: 21-03-2015
  • Views: 400
  • Nr: 229

 Live Surgery (50)

 Outline Lecture (42)