USANZ & EAU Joint Session at EAU21 Virtual
USANZ and the EAU will be presenting a joint session at EAU21 Virtual under the theme Urology Beyond Europe.
The session will be co-convened by Jim Catto (UK) and Stephen Mark (NZ) and will discuss patterns of practice in the different regions of the world.
The session will begin with a safe and efficient follow-up regimen for men with prostate cancer, which reduces face-to-face clinic visits and helps compliance, followed by a review of the vexed issue of adjuvant radiation following prostatectomy, plus the causes of post-prostatectomy incontinence. Mesh issues will be discussed including the assessment and treatment modalities for mesh complications. Heamaturia is a common condition, so rationalising patient assessment is vital. We will review a controversial presentation suggesting a further role for MRI, and present an overview of retroperitoneal fibrosis, often a conundrum in patient care. The session will conclude by looking at the complex issue of implementation of the widely lauded EAU treatment guidelines into practice.
The session will include the following presentations:
4:35 pm - 4:45 pm (AEST)
A meshy business: Current status of transvaginal/pelvic mesh use in Australia.
Presented by Janice Cheng (VIC)
4:50 pm - 5:00 pm (AEST)
Prostate cancer in 2020 and beyond: Re-imagining survivorship.
Presented by Suzanne Chambers (QLD)
5:20 pm - 5:30 pm (AEST)
Current understanding on the mechanism of post-prostatectomy incontinence.
Presented by Manish Patel (NSW)
For more information visit the EAU21 Virtual website.
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