Recording: Update on evidence and current role of novel imaging strategies for non-invasive histological characterization of renal masses

The diagnosis of incidental small renal masses is consistently broadening. The issue of pre-treatment histological characterization of these lesions has become increasingly important for a proper clinical management, including the selection of patients for non-surgical therapy and the tailoring of the surgical approach.

Published Tue, 12 Mar 2024
Recorded WebinarImagingNon Invasive
Organiser European School of Urology (ESU)
CME Not approved
Duration Approx. 60 minutes

Furthermore, the histological diagnosis is crucial for the identification of the best suited systemic treatment in the setting of advanced/metastatic disease. This recording aims to highlight the current evidence and potential role of new imaging modalities to achieve these goals.

Prof. A. Volpe (IT)
Dr. I. Horvat Menih (GB)
Ass. Prof. I.C. Caglic (GB)
Dr. N. Singla (US)

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