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TTMed Urology presents its full coverage of the European Association of Urology (EAU) Annual Congress 2012 and other relevant content to be published in TTMed Urology

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TTMed Urology Newsletter EAU Congress Paris2012

  1. 1. © 2012 Prous Science, S.A.U. or its licensors. All rights reserved.
  2. 2. soon to be available for viewing on www.ttmed.com/urology/eau2012Tune in to listen to the original lectures with their synchronized slide presentations. The EAU 2012 webcasts will include allPlenary Sessions, all Thematic Sessions (except for #6 and 8), all Video Sessions (except for #8) and all EuropeanSchool of Urology (ESU) Courses (except for #20), allowing access to these key presentations all year long.PLENARY SESSIONS ESU Course 7. Management of Small Renal TumoursPlenary Session 1. Urothelial Cancer ESU Course 8. Laparoscopic and Robot-Assisted LaparoscopicPlenary Session 2. Functional Urology Radical CystectomyPlenary Session 3. Technology and New Techniques in Urology: ESU Course 9. Advanced Course on Upper Tract Laparoscopy An Update (UPJ, Adrenal and Stones)Plenary Session 4. Personalised Treatment for Low and ESU Course 10. Advanced Course on Laparoscopic Nephrectomy Intermediate Risk Prostate Cancer ESU Course 11. Painful Bladder/Chronic Pelvic Pain; in Men and WomenTHEMATIC SESSIONS ESU Course 12. Lower Urinary Tract Dysfunction and UrodynamicsThematic Session 1. Andrology ESU Course 13. Robot Surgery in Urology – How to StartThematic Session 2. Update in Paediatric Urology ESU Course 14. Surgical Management of Locally Advanced andThematic Session 3. Renal Cancer – Choice of Treatment Metastatic Renal CancerThematic Session 4. Infection and Inflammation in Urology ESU Course 15. Laparoscopy for BeginnersThematic Session 5. Transplant and Cancer: Controversies ESU Course 16. Testicular Cancer and Challenges ESU Course 17. Minimal Invasive Prostate Cancer TherapyThematic Session 7. Urogenital Imaging: A Session by the ESU Course 18. Metastatic Prostate Cancer European Society of Urogenital Radiology ESU Course 19. Robot Renal SurgeryThematic Session 9. Genital Cancer in the Male ESU Course 21. Vaginal Surgery for UrologistsThematic Session 10. BPH: Primum non Nocere ESU Course 22. Radical Cystectomy and Orthotopic BladderThematic Session 11. The Personalised Treatment of Urinary Substitution – Surgical Tricks and Management Stone Disease of ComplicationsThematic Session 12. Female Stress Incontinence ESU Course 23. Surgery or Radiotherapy for Localised and LocallyThematic Session 13. Joint EAU-European Society of Surgical Advanced Prostate Cancer Oncology Session ESU Course 24. Flexible Ureterorenoscopy and RetrogradeThematic Session 14. Molecular Diagnostics in Bladder Cancer Intrarenal Surgery: Instrumentation, Technique,Thematic Session 15. EAU Guidelines Office: An Update Tips and Tricks, Indications ESU Course 25. The Infertile Couple – Urological AspectsVIDEO SESSIONS ESU Course 26. Single Port Surgery and Hybrid ProceduresVideo Session 1. New Developments in Partial Nephrectomy ESU Course 27. Diagnosis and Management of Non-MuscleVideo Session 2. Pelvic and Urethral Reconstruction Invasive Bladder Cancer (NMIBC)Video Session 3. Tips and Tricks in Robotic Prostatic Surgery ESU Course 28. Advanced Management of Urethral StrictureVideo Session 4. Challenging Robotic Surgery DiseaseVideo Session 5. LESS ESU Course 29. Interventional Therapies for BPHVideo Session 6. Laparoscopic Renal Surgery ESU Course 30. Paediatric Urology for the Adult Urologist: AVideo Session 7. Miscellaneous Practical Update ESU Course 31. Renal Transplantation: Technical Aspects,EUROPEAN SCHOOL OF UROLOGY (ESU) COURSES Diagnosis and Management of Early and LateESU Course 1. Prostate Cancer – Screening, Diagnosis and Urological Complications Staging ESU Course 32. Advanced Course on Laparoscopic ProstatectomyESU Course 2. Female Pelvic Floor Problems ESU Course 33. Management and Outcome in Invasive and LocallyESU Course 3. Update on Stone Disease Advanced Bladder CancerESU Course 4. Retropubic Radical Prostatectomy – Tips, Tricks ESU Course 34. Urinary Tract and Genital Trauma and Pitfalls ESU Course 35. Ultrasound for the Urologist – TRUS and TRUSESU Course 5. Office Management of Male Sexual Dysfunction Guided BiopsiesESU Course 6. Robot-Assisted Laparoscopic Prostatectomy ESU Course 36. Medical Uro-OncologyYour Complete Urology Portal www.ttmed.com/urology
  3. 3. Volume 12 – Number 1 - Winter 2012 International EditionArticles Interstitial Cystitis: One Hundred Years of Mysteries and Frustrations R. Vela Navarrete and C. González Enguita Urology Department, Fundación Jiménez Díaz University Hospital, Madrid, SpainINTRODUCTIONIn recent years, there has been plenty of medical literature on inter- effort to nosologically identifying all types of cystitis by applying strictstitial cystitis, and the reader may have the impression that there anatomoclinical and microbiological criteria. With this broad view ofhave been great advances in nosological identification and treat- the problem, he was clearly able to identify interstitial cystitis and toment. Recently, the American Urological Association (AUA) pub- distinguish it from other numerous types of cystitis. His work waslished the Guideline for the Diagnosis and Treatment of Interstitial compiled in a book published in 1945 entitled "Cistitis y Cistopatías"Cystitis/Bladder Pain Syndrome. This article aims to compare the (Cystitis and Cystopathies) (2) which, in our opinion, constitutes anproposals included in these guidelines with the unique experience of unsurpassable historical milestone that more than 50 years laterour institution, which has been a reference center for this disease for remains a solid, lasting reference. In this article we compare some ofmore than 50 years. The experience gained during these years is due his conclusions with the ones included in the AUA guidelines, whichto extraordinary work done by Luis Cifuentes during the second and summarize modern terminology and the diagnostic and therapeuticthird decades of the last century, when he devoted a great deal of advances achieved in recent years. For the full article see www.ttmed.com/urology Other Recent Articles Available Reconstructive Urology in the Female: Selected Scenarios and Management Christopher E. Wolter and Leah Y. Nakamura, Department of Urology, Mayo Clinic – Arizona, Phoenix, Arizona, USA Current Strategies For Superficial Bladder Cancer Eduardo Solsona Narbón, Chief of Urology Service, Instituto Valenciano de Oncología, Valencia, Spain Active Surveillance for Prostate Cancer, Is It Safe? Monique J. Roobol, Erasmus University Medical Center, Department of Urology, Rotterdam, The NetherlandsNew Teaching Slides Overactive Bladder (OAB) Part I: A New Paradigm Transperitoneal Laparoscopic Adrenalectomy Overactive Bladder (OAB) Part II: Initial Therapy Stephan Hruby, Lukas Lusuardi, Stephan Jeschke and and Treatment of Refractory OAB Guenter Janetschek Jerry G. Blaivas Paracelsus Medical University, Salzburg, Austria New York Presbyterian Hospital, Weill Cornell Medical College and SUNY-Downstate Medical Center, New York, USAwww.ttmed.com/urology Your Complete Urology Portal
  4. 4. www.ttmed.com/urology Your Complete Urology PortalSurgical Video Library ROBOTIC SURGERY Robotic Pyeloplasty: Cases of High Insertion and Aberrant Crossing Vessels Michael Musch, Lukas Hohenhorst and Darko Kroepfl Department of Urology, Pediatric Urology and Urological Oncology, Kliniken Essen-Mitte, Essen, Germany ROBOTIC SURGERY Technical Advances in Robotic Partial Nephrectomy Craig G. Rogers Vattikuti Urology Institute, Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit, Michigan, USA LAPAROSCOPIC SURGERY AND ENDOUROLOGY Genitourinary Fistulas: Minimally Invasive Laparoscopic Removal Rene Sotelo and Rafael Clavijo Center for Robotic Surgery and Minimally Invasive (CIMI), La Floresta Medical Institute, Caracas, Venezuela And many more... TTMed Urology Features • Articles • News • Clinical Scenarios • Online Courses • Congress Reports • Patient Education Animations • Event Calendar • Quick Vote • Expert Interviews • Surgical Video Library • Full-Text Journal E-Prints • Teaching Slides • Links • WebcastsEditorial Board (TTMed Urology International) EDITOR-IN-CHIEF LIASON Prof. Remigio Vela Navarrete Dr. John M. Fitzpatrick Professor of Urology, Universidad Autónoma, Madrid, Department of Surgery, Mater Misericordiae Hospital, Spain University College Dublin, Ireland Plus an international advisory committee To register for FREE ACCESS please visit: www.ttmed.com/urology All rights reserved. None of the contents of this publication may be produced in whole or in part, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, including transla- tion, without the prior written permission of the Publisher. Use of any data or other materials from this publication without said permission shall result in action being taken against the offend- ers. Although great care has been taken in compiling and checking the information given in this publication to ensure that it is accurate, the Publisher shall not be held responsible for the con- tinued currency of the information or for any errors, omissions or inaccuracies in this publication. All content of this publication is presented on an “as is” basis, with no warranties or representations of any kind, including but not limited to any implied warranties of fitness for a particular purpose. All content of this publication is for general informational and research pur- poses only. No content whatsoever is intended for medical diagnoses, treatment or direct application to daily practice or patient care. Due to the rapid advances in medical science, it is rec- ommended that independent verification of diagnoses should be made. Furthermore, the mention of specific products or manufacturers does not imply any endorsement or recommendation. In addition, no responsibility is assumed by the Publisher for any injury and/or damages to persons or property arising from any methods, products, instructions, ideas or otherwise contained in this publication. The Publisher shall not be held responsible or be liable to any person whatsoever for any decisions such may make, or any actions taken as a result of relying on the con- tent of this publication. In no event shall the publisher be liable for any lost profits, special or consequential damages, even if advised of the possibility of such damages. E-mail: info@ttmed.com; Phone: +34-93-459-2220; Fax: +34-93-458-1535; Prous Science S.A.U., P Box 540, 08080 Barcelona, Spain .O.