Session

Penile diseases

ESU Course 27

  • Location:
    Room 11 (ICM, Level 1)
  • Chair:
     S.S. Minhas, London (GB)
  • Aims and objectives of this session

    This novel course will give a state of the art update on the variety of penile diseases that Urologists will encounter in everyday clinical practice. The faculty consists of a group of internationally renowned experts in this field.
    A spectrum of pathologies can affect the penis including benign disorders to cancers. There will be particular focus on interactive case based discussions highlighting the pit falls and controversies in management of penile diseases;

    • The aetiology, diagnosis and medical management of the common penile diseases including inflammatory conditions of the penis.
    • The medical and surgical management of HPV, BXO and pre-malignant conditions of the penis.
    • The course will also deal with the surgical management of these diseases including t the surgical indications and surgical techniques used in penile reconstructive surgery.
    • The management of penile carcinoma including the aetiopathogenesis, techniques/outcome of organ sparing surgery and surgical management of advanced disease including lymphadenectomy will be discussed.

Penile dermatology for the urologist
 C. Bunker, London (GB)
Surgical management of penile diseases
 S.S. Minhas, London (GB)
HPV, Premalignant lesions and penile cancer
 S.S. Minhas, London (GB)
Management of penile cancer and lymph nodes
 C. Protzel, Rostock (DE)