• 14th Meeting of the EAU Section of Oncological Urology

Dear Friends and Colleagues,

On behalf of the ESOU Board we would like to thank you for attending the 14th Meeting of the European Section of Oncological Urology (ESOU17) which took place in Barcelona, Spain from 20-22 January 2017.

We can look back on a meeting that strengthened the onco-urology global community and gave the participant the opportunity to connect, exchange new ideas and strategies in the development of knowledge, innovation and improved patient care in onco-urology.

You can read reports and interviews on how the meeting unfolded, or take a look at some photographic impressions from the congress floors. If you attended, don’t forget to download your Certificate of Attendance. All scientific content from the meeting can soon be found in UROsource. Both can be unlocked with your badge barcode.

Thank you again for attending, and we hope to see you in Amsterdam next year for ESOU18!

Maurizio Brausi Chairman ESOU Paolo-Gontero-Local-Organiser-ESOU-2017 Joan Palou Local Organiser ESOU 2017
Maurizio Brausi
Chairman ESOU
Paolo Gontero
Local organiser
Joan Palou
Local organiser

 

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Updates

ESU Course: Management of cystectomy patients

For the first time at an ESOU meeting, the European School of Urology is offering a major oncology-related course. On the afternoon of the second day of ESOU17 in Barcelona, three hours were devoted to an intensive workshop-style course on the complications and management of patients undergoing cystectomy.

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“Game changer ahead” in lymph node staging detection: PSMA-PET

Emerging research presented at ESOU17 is showing encouraging results on the use of PSMA-PET for the diagnosis of lymph node staging. However, Prof. Markus Graefen did remind the audience on day two of ESOU17 that an extended lymph node dissection still has the highest accuracy for detection of metastases.

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Day 1: An interview with the ‘local’ organiser

Due to a change of plan after last year’s meeting, Prof. Paolo Gontero of Turin, Italy found himself in the unusual position of being ‘local’ organizer in a city in another country. He joined Profs. Joan Palou and Maurizio Brausi in the setting up of the three-day scientific programme.

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