Session

General neuro-urology

ESU Course 24

  • Location:
    Room 22 (ICM, Level 2)
  • Chair:
     F. Cruz, Porto (PT)
  • Aims and objectives of this session

    The course aims at introducing the basic principles of the diagnostic work-up and of the management of the most common neurological micturition dysfunctions to urologists and residents. The early identification of common neurological micturition dysfunctions will contribute to increase the longevity and the quality of life of neurological patients.
    The main aims are:

    • To refresh the terminology and the specific methods of investigation in Neuro-Urology

    • To review the most important urodynamics patterns found in patients with neurogenic micturition dysfunction

    • To analyse the pharmacological and surgical options available for the management of the neuro-urological patient

    • To update the indications of botulinum toxin type A in the management of the neuro-urological patient.

Introduction
 F. Cruz, Porto (PT)
Diagnostics
 M.J. Drake, Bristol (GB)
Therapy
 F. Cruz, Porto (PT)
Case discussions