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 Abstracts (14990)

P101: Efficacy of incomplete metastasectomy with targeted therapy in patients with metastatic renal cell carcinoma

By:Borisov P.1, Orlova R.2, Schkolnick M.3
Institutes: 1St. Petersburg Clinical Oncological Dispensary Dispensary, Dept. of Urology, Saint-Petersburg, Russia, 2St. Petersburg Clinical Oncological Dispensary Dispensary, Dept. of Clinical Oncology, Saint-Petersburg, Russia, 3Russian Research Center for Radiology and Surgical Technologies Federal Agency of High Medical Care , Dept. of Clinical Oncology, Saint-Petersburg, Russia
  • Event: 9th European Multidisciplinary congress on Urological Cancers
  • Medium: Abstract
  • Date: 16-11-2017
  • Views: 663
  • Nr: P101

P049: Real world lessons for optimal selection of patients with bone metastatic castration-resistant prostate cancer for radium-223 therapy

By:Van Der Doelen M.J.1, Kuppen M.C.P.2, Jonker M.A.3, Janssen M.J.R.4, Mehra N.2, Van Oort I.M.1, Gerritsen W.R.2
Institutes: 1Radboudumc, Dept. of Urology, Nijmegen, The Netherlands, 2Radboudumc, Dept. of Medical Oncology, Nijmegen, The Netherlands, 3Radboudumc, Dept. of Health Evidence, Nijmegen, The Netherlands, 4Radboudumc, Dept. of Radiology and Nuclear Medicine, Nijmegen, The Netherlands
  • Event: 9th European Multidisciplinary congress on Urological Cancers
  • Medium: Abstract
  • Date: 16-11-2017
  • Views: 506
  • Nr: P049

P025: Urinary calprotectin as a promising bio-marker of radiation-induced urinary toxicity and worsening of urinary function. Preliminary results

By:Rossi G.1, Cante D.2, Beretta S.1, Piva C.2, Bianconi C.1, Ciccocioppo R.3, De Amici M.4, Di Cintio L.5, Fiorino C.6, Pellis V.5, Di Muzio N.1, Cozzarini C.1
Institutes: 1IRCCS Ospedale San Raffaele, Dept. of Radiotherapy, Milan, Italy, 2Ospedale Di Ivrea, A.S.L. TO4, Dept. of Radiotherapy, Ivrea, Italy, 3IRCCS Ospedale San Raffaele, Gastroenterology Unit, Dept. of Medicine, Verona, Italy, 4Fondazione IRCCS Policlinico San Matteo, Dept. of Immuno-Allergy Laboratory of Paediatrics, Pavia, Italy, 5Eurospital, Dept. of Diagnostic Division, Trieste, Italy, 6IRCCS Ospedale San Raffaele, Dept. of Medical Physicis, Milan, Italy
  • Event: 9th European Multidisciplinary congress on Urological Cancers
  • Medium: Abstract
  • Date: 16-11-2017
  • Views: 583
  • Nr: P025

P139: Pattern care study on invasive bladder cancer at radiation oncology services in Spain

By:Salas M.C., Gutiérrez Bayard L., Macías Lozano M.J., Garduño Sánchez S., Rodríguez Sanchez R., González Calvo E., Díaz Díaz V., Villanego Beltrán I., Jaén Olasolo J.
Institutes: University Hospital Puerta Del Mar, Dept. of Comprehensive Care Cancer, Radiation Oncology Service, Cadiz, Spain
  • Event: 9th European Multidisciplinary congress on Urological Cancers
  • Medium: Abstract
  • Date: 16-11-2017
  • Views: 464
  • Nr: P139

 Webcasts (14290)

Take home messages

By:R. Montironi, Ancona (IT)
  • Event: 9th European Multidisciplinary congress on Urological Cancers
  • Medium: Webcast
  • Date: 19-11-2017
  • Views: 538

 Posters (6764)

P149: Prognostic and clinicopathologic value of Ki-67 and Profilin-1 immunohistochemical expressions in primary pT1 urothelial bladder cancer

By:Culpan M.1, Turan T.1, Ozkanlı S.2, Zenginkinet T.2, Kazan O.1, Atis G.1, Caskurlu T.1, Yildirim A.1
Institutes: 1Istanbul Medeniyet University Goztepe Training and Research Hospital, Dept. of Urology, Istanbul, Turkey, 2Istanbul Medeniyet University Goztepe Training and Research Hospital, Dept. of Pathology, Istanbul, Turkey
  • Event: 9th European Multidisciplinary congress on Urological Cancers
  • Medium: Poster
  • Date: 16-11-2017
  • Views: 172
  • Nr: P149

P139: Pattern care study on invasive bladder cancer at radiation oncology services in Spain

By:Salas M.C., Gutiérrez Bayard L., Macías Lozano M.J., Garduño Sánchez S., Rodríguez Sanchez R., González Calvo E., Díaz Díaz V., Villanego Beltrán I., Jaén Olasolo J.
Institutes: University Hospital Puerta Del Mar, Dept. of Comprehensive Care Cancer, Radiation Oncology Service, Cadiz, Spain
  • Event: 9th European Multidisciplinary congress on Urological Cancers
  • Medium: Poster
  • Date: 16-11-2017
  • Views: 177
  • Nr: P139

P103: Efficacy of first line targeted therapy in real world Korean metastatic renal cell carcinoma patients: Focused on sunitinib and pazopanib

By:Chung H.S., Hwang E.C., Jung S.I., Kwon D.D., Park J.Y., Jeong C.W., Kwak C., Song C., Jeon H.G., Seo S.I., Byun S-S., Hong S-H., Chung J.S.
Institutes: Chonnam National University Medical School, Dept. of Urology, Gwangju, South Korea
  • Event: 9th European Multidisciplinary congress on Urological Cancers
  • Medium: Poster
  • Date: 16-11-2017
  • Views: 155
  • Nr: P103

P160: Dithiothreitol-based protein equalization method: A powerful tool in bladder cancer biomarker discovery

By:Baltazar P.M.1, Araújo J.E.2, López-Fernández H.3, Campos-Pinheiro L.4, Calais-Da-Silva F.4, Carrascal M.5, Videira P.5, Santos H.M.2, Capelo-Martínez J.L.2
Institutes: 1C.H.L.C. - Hospital de São José, Serviço de Urologia, Lisboa, Portugal, 2Universidade NOVA de Lisboa, BIOSCOPE Research Group, ProteoMass Scientific Society, Caparica, Portugal, 3University of Vigo, SING Research Group, Ourense, Spain, 4Universidade NOVA de Lisboa, Dept. of Urology, Lisbon, Portugal, 5Universidade NOVA de Lisboa, Glycoimmunology Group, UCIBIO, Caparica, Portugal
  • Event: 9th European Multidisciplinary congress on Urological Cancers
  • Medium: Poster
  • Date: 16-11-2017
  • Views: 164
  • Nr: P160

 Books (16)

UROSource
Selected Passages on Urological Surgery: From the XVI to the Mid-XVIIII Century
By:Sergio Musitelli
Research is the foundation of our knowledge and understanding. For the scholar, it is of utmost importance to have access to primary sources. The Selected Passages series, of which this is the second part, provides this for urological historians. It is an important channel that makes primary sources easily accessible, and exposes them to a wider audience. Over the past few years, Sergio Musitelli has scoured Europe’s libraries, compiling four centuries’ worth of original texts. We are indebted to Sergio for his thoroughness and continued devotion to academic research. As one of the EAU ...

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...

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. 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...

 Videos (1396)

 Presentations (799)

By:N.N-P. Buchholz, Dubai (AE)
  • Event: 4th Meeting of the EAU Section of Urolithiasis (EULIS)
  • Medium: Presentation
  • Date: 07-10-2017
  • Views: 403

 Guidelines (49)

Muscle Invasive Bladder Cancer

By:J.A. Witjes (Chair), E. Compérat, N.C. Cowan, M. De Santis, G. Gakis, N. James, T. Lebrét, A. Sherif, A.G. van der Heijden, M.J. Ribal Guidelines Associates: M. Bruins, V. Hernandez, E. Veskimäe

Neuro-urology

By:B. Blok (Co-chair), J. Pannek (Co-chair), D. Castro Diaz, G. del Popolo, J. Groen, T. Gross (Guidelines Associate), R. Hamid, G. Karsenty, T.M. Kessler, M.P. Schneider (Guidelines Associate), L. ‘t Hoen (Guidelines Associate)

Prostate Cancer 2015

By:N. Mottet (Chair), J. Bellmunt, E. Briers (Patient Representative), R.C.N. van den Bergh (Guidelines Associate), M. Bolla, N.J. van Casteren (Guidelines Associate), P. Cornford, S. Culine, S. Joniau, T. Lam, M.D. Mason, V. Matveev, H. van der Poel, T.H. van der Kwast, O. Rouvière, T. Wiegel

 EU Supplements (17279)

 EU Articles (7232)

 Hands-on Training (4)

 E-courses (6)

 ESU CourseBooks (25)

 ePosters (894)

1003: A placebo controlled prospective randomized study to compare acupuncture and dapoxetine for treatment of lifelong premature ejaculation

By:Sahin S.1, Bicer M.2, Seker K.G.1, Yenice M.G.1, Tugcu V.1
Institutes: 1Bakirkoy Dr.Sadi Konuk Training and Research Hospital, Dept. of Urology, Istanbul, Turkey, 2Bakirkoy Dr.Sadi Konuk Training and Research Hospital, Dept. of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Istanbul, Turkey
  • Event: 31st Annual EAU Congress Munich
  • Medium: ePoster
  • Date: 14-03-2016
  • Views: 1.013
  • Nr: 1003

1017: Quality of life in 73 women with bladder cancer undergoing ileal orthotopic neobladder and ileal conduit: A multicentre study among long-term survivors

By:Siracusano S.1, Cerruto M.A.1, Ciciliato S.2, Gacci M.3, Simonato A.4, D'Elia C.1, Porcaro A.B.1, De Marco V.1, Talamini R.5, Toffoli L.5, Saleh O.3, Visalli F.2, Belgrano E.2, Niero M.6, Lonardi C.6, Imbimbo C.7, Verze P.7, Racioppi M.8, Iafrate M.9, Cacciamani G.1, De Marchi D.1, Bassi P.8, Artibani W.1
Institutes: 1University of Verona, Dept. of Urology, Verona, Italy, 2University of Trieste, Dept. of Urology, Trieste, Italy, 3University of Florence, Dept. of Urology, Florence, Italy, 4IRCCS San Martino, Dept. of Urology, Genova, Italy, 5IRCSS CRO, Dept. of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, Aviano, Italy, 6University of Verona, Dept. of TESIS, Verona, Italy, 7University of Naples, Dept. of Urology, Naples, Italy, 8Catholic University of Sacred Heart - Policlinico Gemelli, Dept. of Urology, Rome, Italy, 9University of Padua, Dept. of Urology, Padua, Italy
  • Event: 31st Annual EAU Congress Munich
  • Medium: ePoster
  • Date: 14-03-2016
  • Views: 1.016
  • Nr: 1017

1029: Durability of flexible ureteroscopy and predictors of repair: A prospective multi-center study

By:Chi T.1, Usawachintachit M.1, Chu C.1, Allen I.1, Xu A.1, Duty B.2, Sur R.3, Zaid U.1, Ramaswamy K.1, Sorensen M.4, Harper J.4, Stoller M.1
Institutes: 1University of California, San Francisco, Dept. of Urology, San Francisco, United States of America, 2Oregon Health & Science University, Dept. of Urology, Portland, United States of America, 3University of California, San Diego, Dept. of Urology, La Jolla, United States of America, 4University of Washington, Dept. of Urology, Seattle, United States of America
  • Event: 31st Annual EAU Congress Munich
  • Medium: ePoster
  • Date: 14-03-2016
  • Views: 1.032
  • Nr: 1029

 Live Surgery (50)

 Outline Lecture (42)