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10th SEEM: New developments in prostate biopsy
There are new options that may improve prostate tumour detection but the cautionary tone of current guidelines and prohibitive costs are among the factors that limit the widespread use of these new technologies in prostate cancer detection and biopsy.
Continue reading >24-10-2014      524 views


10th SEEM: Active surveillance in small renal masses
Active surveillance in the management of small renal masses offers benefits particularly for elderly patients and those with co-morbidities for which aggressive treatment options are replete with life-threatening risks.
Continue reading >24-10-2014      174 views


10th SEEM: Rationale for salvage LND in prostate cancer
Salvage lymph node dissection in locally advanced prostate cancer is a viable option but requires careful patient selection and the use of suitable imaging techniques, according to Prof. Bob Djavan (AT) during the EAU lecture he presented at the first day of the 10th South Eastern European Meeting (SEEM) in Belgrade, Serbia.
Continue reading >24-10-2014      181 views


10th SEEM in Belgrade: Turkey tops abstract submissions
The 10th EAU South Eastern European Meeting (SEEM) opens tomorrow in Belgrade, the third time the Serbian capital is hosting the annual event.
Continue reading >22-10-2014      168 views


Prostate cancer aggressiveness: A Central issue at the 22nd ESUR Meeting in Glasgow
Participants from leading European laboratories met at the ESUR Annual Meeting in Glasgow Grand Central Hotel from 9th to 11th October. Hot topics in several urological oncology areas have been presented by experienced researchers and talented young fellows. Focused lectures on stem cells and epithelial to mesenchymal transition were presented.
Continue reading >21-10-2014      147 views


14th CEM: Latest developments in kidney cancer care and research
Kidney cancer is an important topic for Central Europe because of the high prevalence of the disease in the region. This is primarily because the Czech Republic, for reasons which are still unknown, has the highest incidence of renal cancer in the world. Various aspects of this heterogeneous malignancy were discussed during dedicated sessions, including a video session, and poster presentations.
Continue reading >20-10-2014      367 views


14th CEM demonstrates the high level of urological research in Central Europe
The 14th EAU Central European Meeting (CEM) held in Cracow, Poland from 10-12 October, was an illustration of the high level of urological clinical care and scientific research in the region. Prof. Bob Djavan (Vienna, AT), Chairman of the EAU Regional Office, praised the high number of submitted abstracts, as well as their quality, and proclaimed that urology in Central Europe is "at Western European standards."
Continue reading >14-10-2014      422 views


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Upcoming Events


24 Oct -
26 Oct
10th South Eastern European Meeting (SEEM)
Belgrade, Serbia
30 Oct -
31 Oct
1st ESU Masterclass on Lasers in urology, in collaboration with the EAU Section of Uro-Technology (ESUT)
Barcelona, Spain
30 OctESU Organised course on Urethroplasty at the time of the national congress of Tunisian Urological Society
Tunis, Tunisia
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A paradigm shift in the treatment of pelvic pain


In this interview, R. Peeker is talking about the changes in urology practice which enable a better differentiated approach to the treatment of patients with pelvic pain.


Prof. M. Kuczyk on urological options to preserve the best QoL



In this interview, Prof. Kuczyk summarises some of the take home messages from the joint EAU-ESSO meeting at the #eau14.


Prof. Bob Djavan on the ambitions of the EAU Regional Office


In this interview, Prof. Djavan talks about the role of the EAU Regional Office at #eau14 and its ambitious plans for the upcoming years.



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