Functional urology

Plenary Session 06

  • Location:
    Room Copenhagen, North Hall (Level 1)
  • Chairs:
     F.C. Burkhard, Berne (CH)
     D.J.M.K. De Ridder, Leuven (BE)
  • Aims and objectives of this session

    Selected functional urology topics will be presented. The current state of the art on the role of the urothelium, the management of MS and BPS, the role of ISD and the EAU standpoint in the use of meshes for prolapse will be discussed.

  • During the plenary sessions, French and Spanish translation will be provided. Please collect your headset in the session room prior to the start of the session and return it after the session. Meet the speakers of the plenary session: Delegates are able to meet the speakers of the plenary session immediately at the end of the session in the foyer of the Room Copenhagen (North Hall, Level 1). Do not miss this opportunity to meet and greet the speakers and to consult them for any questions you may have.
State-of-the-art lecture Urothelium - The bladder's brain?
 W.L.M. Everaerts, Leuven (BE)
Case discussion How to manage complex neuro-urological patients?
Case presenter
 F. Van Der Aa, Leuven (BE)
 J.N. Panicker, London (GB)
Multiple sclerosis
 B. Dybowski, Warsaw (PL)
 P. Denys, Garches (FR)
Case discussion Have new technologies superceded standard TURP?
Case presenter
 A. Giannantoni, Perugia (IT)
 J-N.L. Cornu, Rouen (FR)
State-of-the-art lecture EAU standpoint on meshes
 T. Tarcan, Istanbul (TR)
Debate Intrinsic sphincter deficiency: Is it worth diagnosing?
 N.I. Osman, Sheffield (GB)
 G. Van Koeveringe, Maastricht (NL)
Société Internationale d’Urologie (SIU) lecture Complications after treatment of prostate cancer: How bladder function influences therapy and outcome
 M. Fisch, Hamburg (DE)