CEM15: Prostate and kidney cancer studies lead research awards
Research studies from the Czech Republic and Slovakia led the best abstract presentations at the 15 th Central European Meeting (CEM) which ended today in Budapest, Hungary.
J. Stejskal and colleagues bagged the first prize from Karl Storz for their work on fusion of MR and transrectal ultrasound images in prostate cancer. Meanwhile, a study titled “Decision making protocol for the management of complex renal cystic masses according to the 10-years of clinical experience and meta-analysis of the current literature. Lesson learned from the multi-institutional analysis,” has won for P. Weibl and colleagues the first prize from Berlin-Chemie.
The Best Video was given to a submission on robot-assisted partial nephrectomy from the Czech Republic.
Below is the list of winners:
First Prize: Methods of performing a fusion of MR and transrectal ultrasound images in prostate biopsy;
Stejskal, M. Záleský, Z. Rýznarová, J. Votrubová, R. Zachoval (Prague, Czech Republic)
Second Prize: Changes in contemporary perioperative care in patients undergoing radical cystectomy;
Oszczudłowski, M. Skrzypczyk, S. Szemplinski, D. Sujecki, J. Dobruch, A. Borówka (Warsaw, Otwock, Poland)
Third Prize: Laparoscopic promontofixation for pelvic organ prolapse: A 3-year single center experience in a series of 60 patients;
Mezei, B Köves, B Kovács, P. Tenke (Budapest, Hungary)
Berlin-Chemie Awards for Basic Research
First Prize: Decision making protocol for the management of complex renal cystic masses according to the 10-years of clinical experience and meta-analysis of the current literature. Lesson learned from the multi-institutional analysis
Weibl, M. Hora, P.A. Baltzer, S. Sevcenco, T. Pitra, M. Remzi, W. Hübner, B. Kollarik, K. Kalusova, M. Obsitnik, T. Klatte (Korneuburg, Vienna, Austria; Plzen, Czech Republic; Bratislava, Slovakia)
Second Prize: Mutation analysis of EGFR signal transduction pathway in urachal carcinoma
Orsolya, T. Szarvas, H. Reis, C. Niedworok, H. Rübben, A. Szendröi, AM. Szasz, P. Hollosi, K. Baghy, I. Kovalszky, K. Okon, T. Golabek, P. Chlosta, SF. Shariat, B. Peyronnet, R. Mathieu, P. Nyirády (Budapest, Hungary; Essen, Germany; Krakow, Poland; Vienna, Austria; Rennes, France)
Third Prize: What urologists should know about the tuberous sclerosis complex
Novotna, J. Breza Jr., A. Bardos, J. Breza Sr. (Dresden, Germany; Bratislava, Slovakia)
Robot-assisted partial nephrectomy
V.Jr. Študent, I. Hartmann, A. Vidlar, M. Grepl, V. Student (Olomouc, Czech Republic)