E-course: Basic principles of laparoscopy in paediatric urology

Laparoscopy in children is technically challenging and requires special precautions. According to the recent EAU-ESPU guidelines in paediatric urology, the physiological responses of children in different age groups are variable and should always be taken into account.

Published Tue, 15 Nov 2022
E CoursePaediatric UrologyLaparoscopyEAU Working Group On Paediatric Urology
Organiser European School of Urology (ESU)
CME 1.00
Duration Approx. 60 minutes

The use of laparoscopy and robot-assisted laparoscopic surgery is rapidly increasing and has gained widespread acceptance for many urological surgeries in children. Diagnostic laparoscopy for undescended testis, nephrectomy, heminephrectomy, varicocelectomy, pyeloplasty, and ureteral reimplantation are some of the indications which are commonly being performed.

In this e-course, the basic principles of laparoscopy in children as well as the basic laparoscopy skills will be discussed with the experts in the field.


  • Prof. Dr. M.S. Silay (TR)
  • Dr. L.A. 't Hoen (NL)
  • Dr. S. Sforza (IT)
  • Prof. Dr. C. Radmayr (AT)

This e-course is brought to you in collaboration with EAU Working Group on Paediatric Urology (EWPU).

Contact our organiser

European School of Urology (ESU)

Email:  educationonline@uroweb.org