• 9th Meeting of the EAU Section of Urological Imaging

Welcome to ESUI20

Explore the role and impact of imaging technologies as part of EMUC20!

ESUI20 will be combined with the EMUC20 Virtual Congress

While we had all hoped that we could be holding the EMUC congress and ESUI section meeting as we do every year, the ongoing pandemic has made us decide to switch to an online, virtual EMUC for 2020. The new meeting will include a special ESUI session for everyone interested in the latest in urological imaging.

EMUC20 will now be taking place online on 13 and 14 November 2020. It will be free to attend for all members of the EAU, ESMO and ESTRO. Non-members will be able to register at a new, reduced fee.

The new online programme will offer as many highlights as possible from the EMUC20 Scientific Programme as originally envisioned. There will be no separate ESUI20 meeting but those interested in urological imaging will find a special ESUI session in the EMUC20 programme.

If you already registered for EMUC20 or ESUI20, you will be contacted in the coming weeks about the possibilities for changing your registration to one for the new virtual congress.

The EMUC20 website has been updated to reflect the new virtual congress and its scientific programme. Registration has also opened for the Virtual Congress. We invite you to register and join us online this coming November!


George Salomon Chairman EAU Section of Urological Imaging (ESUI)
Georg Salomon
Chairman EAU Section of Urological Imaging (ESUI)



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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


ESUI20 will examine innovations in modern imaging in detail; from urological diagnostics to intraoperative visualisation.

Well-rounded coverage


Get the best of both worlds: Frontline imaging technologies at ESUI20 and multidisciplinary approaches at EMUC20.