Session

Joint Session of the European Association of Urology (EAU) and Caucasus - Central Asia countries

Urology beyond Europe

  • Location:
    Room 14c (ICM, Level 1)
  • Chairs:
     F. Cruz, Porto (PT)
     N. Turmanidze, Tbilisi (GE)
     F. Akilov, Tashkent (UZ)
     A.M. Grabsky, Yerevan (AM)
  • Aims and objectives of this session

    The main objective of the session is to strengthen the links between EAU and the National Societies representing the Caucasus and Central Asian countries. Several topics will be discussed, in parallel, by members from EAU, the Caucasus and Central Asian countries. They will include urological education and diseases such as bladder cancer, prostate cancer, BPH or pelvic organ prolapses. Recent advances will be highlighted and possible differences in the management of these diseases among countries discussed in a friendly atmosphere.

Welcome and introduction
 
 F. Cruz, Porto (PT)
 
 N. Turmanidze, Tbilisi (GE)
Urology training
Laparoscopic training in Europe
 A. Stenzl, Tübingen (DE)
Endourology training for residents in Kazakhstan
 T. Anafin, Almaty (KZ)
Discussion
Bladder cancer
Quality assessment in bladder TUR
 M.J. Ribal, Barcelona (ES)
Contemporary management of invasive bladder tumours in Georgia
 G. Khvadagiani, Tbilisi (GE)
Discussion
BPH
Individualisation of medical treatment in BPH patients
 T. Antunes Lopes, Porto (PT)
Surgical treatment of BPH patients in Central Asia
 S.S. Kariev, Tashkent (UZ)
Discussion
Pelvic floor disorders in women
Contemporary treatment of SUI in the National Center of Urology, Tbilisi, Georgia
 A. Khelaia, Tbilisi (GE)
Do we still need meshes for correction of pelvic organ prolapses
 E. Costantini, Perugia (IT)
Discussion
Prostate cancer
First and second line androgen deprivation therapy in Central Asia
 N. Kurmanbekov, Bishkek (KG)
What is changing in metastatic prostate cancer treatment?
 B. Tombal, Brussels (BE)
Discussion
Clinical case discussion Renal stone: ECSWL, PCNL or flexible ureteroscopy?
 S. Fanarjyan, Yerevan (AM)
Conclusion
 
 F. Cruz, Porto (PT)
 
 N. Turmanidze, Tbilisi (GE)