12th Meeting of the EAU Section of
Genito-Urinary Reconstructive Surgeons
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Dear Colleagues,

Current and emerging technologies have transformed urological practice and bolstered patient care throughout the years. These notable advancements include the field of urologic reconstruction. Every year, the acclaimed EAU Section of Genito-Urinary Reconstructive Surgeons (ESGURS) meeting gathers the best in the field to deliver the latest and most relevant developments.

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Prof. David Ralph,
Chairman ESGURS

Prof. Ignacio Moncada,
Local organising committee ESGURS

Dr. Javier Romero Otero,
Local organising committee ESGURS

Why you should attend this meeting

Newest field updates

Enhance your patient care and boost your clinical practice with frontline developments in urologic reconstruction.

Cutting-edge live surgeries

Examine top techniques and technologies first-hand as leading surgeons demonstrate diverse contemporary approaches.

In-depth video sessions

Familiarise yourself with substantiated techniques in surgical correction, implantation, lengthening procedures, and more.

European Association of Urology on Twitter

Do not offer anastomotic urethroplasty to patients with penile strictures > 1 cm due to the risk of postoperative penile chordee.

#urethralstricture #eauguidelines


The annual @CanUrolAssoc meeting is a wrap for 2022 - but the EAU-CUA session at #EAU22 is just a few days away. The meeting schedule is packed, but who would want to miss the Canadians in Amsterdam!?! @Uroweb 🇪🇺🇨🇦🏒🥓🌲🏔️🥍🪵


This weekend 7 young urologists arrived in Lübeck, Germany for the European Tour 2022 International Academic Exchange Programme between the EAU and the JUA, KUA and TUA. Today, the real work begins at the Universitätsklinikum Schleswig-Holstein, Campus Lübeck (@UKSH_KI_HL).


Join this @ERN_eUROGEN webinar:

🖥 ERN eUROGEN: Summer '22 Update
👥 Wout Feitz, Loes van der Zanden, & Loes Oomen
📅 Wed 29 June, 18:00 CET
🔗 https://bit.ly/3yiV155

#RareDisease #UroSoMe #PedUro #FPMRS #uroonc @Uroweb @UrowebESU @EAUNurses @EupsaSurgeons @ESPUorg

For papillary tumours of the bladder in children, follow-up should be every 3-6 months in the first year, and thereafter at least annually with urinanalysis and an ultrasound for at least 5 years.

#eauguidelines #PedUro


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