Location:Room Stockholm (Hall B2, level 0)
LUTS/BPH clinical guidelines nowadays support a personalised medical management based on patients risk of progression profile.
This symposium will highlight the importance of an evidence-based practice approach to optimally manage BPH patients considering patient concerns and best evidence.
This approach needs incorporates urologist and primary care physicians.
New evidence will be presented regarding patients preferences and concerns, differential diagnosis, the relevance of metabolic syndrome and further insights on patient profiles that would benefit most from medical treatment.
The symposium will be highly interactive including a lively and stimulating debate on implications in daily practice reflecting on the issues presented.