9th Meeting of the EAU Section of Urological Imaging 9th Meeting of the EAU Section of Urological Imaging Registration information

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The role and impact of imaging technologies will take centre-stage in Athens, Greece this year!

Join us on 25 November 2021 at the anticipated 9th EAU Section of Urological Imaging (ESUI21) meeting where we will examine the effectivity, advantages and limitations of current and emerging technologies. We will explore which contemporary imaging methods are best suited to which treatment approach.

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Georg Salomon

Georg Salomon
ESUI Chairman

Why you should attend this congress

The best and most apt imaging tools

The meeting will investigate which imaging tools and strategies are most suitable and can deliver the best results.

Critical evaluations of technologies

ESUI21 will examine innovations in modern imaging in detail; from urological diagnostics to intraoperative visualisation.


Get the best of both worlds: Frontline imaging technologies at ESUI21 and multidisciplinary approaches at EMUC21.

News and reports

EAU on Twitter

Special announcement: @PheVeronique becomes the new chair of our Functional Urology Group. Together with @nadirosman as vice-chair, they will push forward novel initiatives & ideas. If this is your area of interest submit your application before July 1st! http://uroweb.org/education/young-urologists-office-yuo/yau/get-involved-2/

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Sign up to our next free webinar with @ESPUorg:
🖥️ Management of Bladder Exstrophy During Childhood
👥 Prof El-Ghoneimi, Prof Leclair, Prof Lottman, Assoc. Prof Blanc
🗓️ Tue 14 Apr, 1800-1900 CEST
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49-year-old lady . Single episode of haematuria. CT showed a 95x77 mm upper pole renal mass without clear caliceal infiltration. Chest CT negative. Normal kidney function. Is there room for conservative treatment? What about histology? Any clue from CT? If RCC what about cTNM?

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