Session

Advanced course on laparoscopic nephrectomy

ESU Course 18

  • Location:
    Room 22 (ICM, Level 2)
  • Chair:
     V. Pansadoro, Rome (IT)
  • Aims and objectives of this session

    Minimally invasive surgery has steadily improved over the last years. Today one can approach with confidence new, difficult and challenging situations.
    The course is structured to evaluate and explore the increasing indications and possible complications of Laparoscopic and Robotic kidney surgery.
    This course will focus upon common and uncommon complications and how to manage and prevent them.
    In addition, special situations such as single port inguinal approach, zero ischemia time, cava thrombus, accidental splenectomy and living donor nephrectomy will be presented.

Introduction
 R. Bollens, Lomme (FR)
 
 V. Pansadoro, Rome (IT)
Transperitoneal approach
 V. Pansadoro, Rome (IT)
Retroperitoneal approach
 R. Bollens, Lomme (FR)
 
 V. Pansadoro, Rome (IT)
Single port inguinal approach
 R. Bollens, Lomme (FR)
Intraoperative complications
 R. Bollens, Lomme (FR)
 
 V. Pansadoro, Rome (IT)
Difficult nephrectomies
 R. Bollens, Lomme (FR)
Partial nephrectomy
 R. Bollens, Lomme (FR)
 
 V. Pansadoro, Rome (IT)
Special cases
 R. Bollens, Lomme (FR)
 
 V. Pansadoro, Rome (IT)