Session

Small renal masses: From concepts to tips and tricks in daily management

ESU Course 34

  • Location:
    Room 12 (ICM, Level 1)
  • Chair:
     P. Gontero, Turin (IT)
  • Aims and objectives of this session

    – The course aims to address the multiplicity of treatment options for small renal masses.
    – Essential concepts to guide the clinical decision making process will be interactively discussed with the help of clinical cases.
    – Practical tips for a safe and effective treatment delivery will be provided on the current standard of ablative therapies and minimally invasive surgery.
    – Attendees should become familiar on when and how to propose active surveillance in their daily clinical practice.

Introduction
 P. Gontero, Turin (IT)
Active surveillance and discussion clinical cases
 P. Gontero, Turin (IT)
Ablative therapies: Which technique and why?
 J.J.M.C.H. De La Rosette, Amsterdam (NL)
Minimally invasive surgery in SRMs: How to safely do it when you get started
 F. Keeley, Bristol (GB)
Indications for surgery vs ablative therapies
 P. Gontero, Turin (IT)
Clinical case discussion
 J.J.M.C.H. De La Rosette, Amsterdam (NL)
 
 P. Gontero, Turin (IT)
 
 F. Keeley, Bristol (GB)