Minimal invasive techniques in prostate surgery in an outpatient setting

Male lower urinary tract symptoms (mLUTS) due to benign prostatic enlargement are a common condition in our daily outpatient and office urology practice.

Published Tue, 2 Nov 2021
E CourseLUTS
Organiser European School of Urology
Duration Approx. 60 – 90 minutes

While the majority of patients can be successfully treated with conservative treatment, pelvic floor physiotherapy or pharmacotherapy, sometimes surgical interventions are indicated.

In this webinar, different minimal invasive techniques which can be used in an outpatient setting will be discussed by an international forum of expert office urologists. State-of-the-art updates are given on UroLift, iTind, Botulinum Toxin injections and prostatic arterial embolisation. Other topics will be: “is there a place for permanent or intermittent catheterization” or “prostatic stents in the treatment of mLUTS?” This CME accredited webinar will be concluded with a presentation of the history and future of outpatient treatment of mLUTS, and the limitations of outpatient surgical treatments.

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European School of Urology