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  1. Souvenir Session: Urological imaging is a highly evolving field but approaches should change

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    Souvenir Session: Urological imaging is a highly evolving field but approaches should change

    Imaging in urology is undergoing rapid changes but current research needs to change and should concentrate on well-designed and high quality studies, according to Prof. Peter Albers (DE).

  2. Late Breaking News: Positive results from enzalutamide study on metastatic PCa patients

    15 April 2014 11:50

    Late Breaking News: Positive results from enzalutamide study on metastatic PCa patients

    The results of the Phase 3 Prevail Study on enzalutamide showed significant benefit to prostate cancer patients including delaying the progression of metastatic disease, reducing the risk of death and delaying the start of cytotoxic chemotherapy.

  3. Plenary Session 4: Update and controversies in prostate cancer

    15 April 2014 11:32

    Plenary Session 4: Update and controversies in prostate cancer

    “The 29th EAU Congress has been a success. Particularly the attendance of countries beyond Europe was very high, for example Latin American countries like Brazil and Venezuela,” said Prof. Per-Anders Abrahmsson (Malmö, SE) in his opening ...

  4. 15 April 2014 11:31

    A. Breda: How to reduce bleeding during partial nephrectomy?

    In this interview, Dr. A Breda summarizes best practices on the reduction of bleeding as a complication of partial nephrectomy.

  5. 15 April 2014 10:42

    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.

  1. Innovation in minimally-invasive techniques for the treatment of BPH

    15 April 2014 10:32

    Innovation in minimally-invasive techniques for the treatment of BPH

    Prof. Maurice Michel (Mannheim, DE) discussed the innovation in minimally-invasive treatment of BPH in Monday’s Thematic Session 11. This type of treatment can be done in an out-patient setting and is less invasive than surgical treatment.

  2. Hands-on Training: Applying Botulinumtoxin A

    14 April 2014 17:28

    Hands-on Training: Applying Botulinumtoxin A

    The application of Botulinum toxin A is still a budding area of expertise, and not without controversy, as could be seen in the heated debate at the Plenary Session of Day 4 of the EAU Congress in Stockholm. As part of the educational efforts of the ...

  3. 14 April 2014 17:27

    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.

  4. Reconstructive Urology: The present and the future

    14 April 2014 17:17

    Reconstructive Urology: The present and the future

    In a slightly adapted format due to the regretful absence of several speakers, Thematic Session 16 managed to convey a good look at the current state of reconstructive urology, as well as its future. In the words of the Session Chairman, Dr. René ...

  5. High-risk PCa: Urological or radiation oncological approach

    14 April 2014 17:16

    High-risk PCa: Urological or radiation oncological approach

    In the multidisciplinary Thematic Session 18, the urological and radiation oncological approaches to high-risk prostate cancer were discussed. The chairman of the session, Prof. Christian Stief (Munich, DE), introduced the debate by stating that the ...