Recording: Everything you always wanted to know about TURBT but were afraid to ask: How to handle peculiar situations in TURB

This is the 1st episode of the series “Everything you always wanted to know about TURBT but were afraid to ask”. In this “How to handle peculiar situations in TURBT” episode, we will present video cases to demonstrate showing peculiar and/or challenging situations when performing the transurethral resection of bladder tumour (TURBT) procedure.

Published Tue, 21 May 2024
Recorded WebinarBladder CancerOncologyTURBT
Organiser European School of Urology (ESU)
CME Not approved
Duration Approx. 60 minutes

Firstly, we will illustrate how a repeat transurethral resection (re-TUR) should be performed as well as its indications. We will also discuss a case of a muscle-invasive disease when a bladder sparing treatment is planned.

The next video case will highlight a proposed expert strategy in approaching a large multifocal tumour. Afterwards, we will provide the tips and tricks in dealing with a tumour covering or arising from the ureteral orifice.

The final video case will feature helpful options on how to manage the complex situation of a tumour in a bladder diverticulum. We will also show an elegant technique for a complete endoscopic treatment.


  • Prof. P. Gontero (IT)
  • Prof. Dr. J.A. Witjes (NL)
  • Prof. B. Malavaud (FR)
  • Prof. J. Palou (ES)
  • Prof. Dr. P. Mariappan (GB)

You can look forward to the next episodes of the series:

  • The 2nd episode in July 2024 will focus on how to install intravesical therapy post-TURBT.
  • The podcast episode on how to handle adverse events after instillation therapy will air in September 2024.
  • In November 2024, the 3rd episode will feature complicated cases in bladder cancer submitted by participants.
  • The 4th episode on how to approach TURBT in muscle invasive bladder cancer will take place in 2025.

This activity is supported by an educational grant from a Pharmaceutical company, with no involvement in the programme or speaker selection.

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European School of Urology (ESU)