We offer education, events and other related content to give you a better understanding of the Urological Trauma guidelines.
This course compiles the most recent clinical guidelines edited by the EAU in relation to Urological Trauma. It consists of multiple choice questions that you can answer by navigating to the corresponding chapter of the Urological Trauma guideline. The questions are offered for self-assessment of your knowledge of the EAU Guidelines on Urological Trauma.
In this recorded webinar, the EAU Urological Trauma Guidelines Panel members discuss the epidemiology, mechanism of action, diagnosis, and management of urogenital trauma to the upper tract (eg renal and ureteric trauma).
Urethral Trauma in Men: Understand the complexities of anterior and posterior injuries, from aetiology to management. Find out the recommendations on diagnostic evaluation and management here.
Renal trauma occurs in up to 5% of all trauma cases and can be mostly managed non-operatively. Find out the management algorithm here.
Iatrogenic trauma is the most common cause of ureteral injury (approximately 80%), and gynaecological operations are the most common cause. Learn more about this rare condition here.