EAU Baltic Meeting Programme 23-25 May 2014 Vilnius, Lithuania

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EAU Baltic Meeting
23-25 May 2014
Vilnius, Lithuania
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EAU Baltic Meeting
Exhibition
The local organising committee has invited
pharmaceutical companies, manufacturers of
technical equipment and software as well as
publishers of scientific books to exhibit their
products at the exhibition organised at the
meeting venue.
Programme Friday, 23 May 2014
10.00 – 14.00
Registrations
14.00 – 14.05
Welcome
B. Djavan, Vienna (AT)
F. Jankevicius, Vilnius (LT)
M. Jievaltas, Kaunas (LT)
14.05 – 14.15
The EAU Regional Office
B. Djavan, Vienna (AT)
14.15 – 14.45
EAU Lecture
A contemporary update on regenerative medicine - techniques as applied to the
lower urinary tract.
C.R. Chapple, Sheffield (GB)
14.45 – 15.45
How to do and prepare a presentation
J. Palou, Barcelona (ES)
15.45 – 16.50
Session 1
The role of prostatic biopsy in cancer detection and management
Chairs:
B. Djavan, Vienna (AT)
M. Jievaltas, Kaunas (LT)
15.45 – 16.00
The indications, techniques, and limitations of current PB techniques and evolving
techniques
B. Djavan, Vienna (AT)
16.00 – 16.15
New risk stratification tools
M. Kincius, Kaunas (LT)
16.15 – 16.30
New diagnostic tools in prostate cancer: ESOU Lecture
B. Djavan, Vienna (AT)
16.30 – 16.50
Discussion
16.50 – 17.15
State-of-the-art
Urine biomarkers for diagnosis of bladder cancer
B.J. Schmitz-Dräger, Fürth (DE)
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Programme Friday, 23 May 2014
17.15 – 17.45
Coffee break and poster viewing
17.45 – 18.45
Poster Session 1: Prostate cancer I
Room:
Lambda
Chairs:
B. Djavan, Vienna (AT)
F. Jankevicius, Vilnius (LT)
Poster Session 2: Female urology, infectious diseases, infertility, sexual
dysfunction and urothelial tumours
Room:
Zeta
Chairs:
C.R. Chapple, Sheffield (GB)
T. Tamm, Tallinn (EE)
19.00
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EAU Baltic Meeting
Welcome reception
Programme Friday, 23 May 2014
ESUT Hands-on training Laparoscopy
Industry sponsored
Course director:
J. Rassweiler, Heilbronn (DE)
Course Coordinators: P. Chlosta, Cracow (PL)
J-T. Klein, Heilbronn (DE)
Format:
Introduction by course coordinator (15 minutes)
Hands-on-training at different models (80 minutes)
Questions and answers, tips and tricks (25 minutes)
Room:
Beta
14.15 - 16.15
Course 1
Chair: P. Chlosta, Cracow (PL)
Tutors: P. Baum, Tallinn, (EE)
M. Jievaltas, Kaunas (LT)
D. Milonas, Kaunas (LT)
16.45 - 18.45
Course 2
Chair: P. Chlosta, Cracow (PL)
Tutors: P. Baum, Tallinn, (EE)
M. Jievaltas, Kaunas (LT)
D. Milonas, Kaunas (LT)
Aims and objectives
Laparoscopic procedures are continuously evolving in urology based on the increasing expertise
of urologic surgeons. This includes ablative procedures, such as radical nephrectomy as well
as reconstructive techniques, such as pyeloplasty. Some advanced procedures (i.e. radical
prostatectomy, radical cystectomy) have both, ablative and reconstructive steps. Since the number
of centres with laparoscopic expertise is still limited in Europe, laparoscopic training programmes
have become very important. Hands-on training courses at the pelvi-trainer represent one of the
main steps of such courses. Finally, all remaining questions can be answered and discussed with all
tutors including the demonstration of tips and tricks.
You can register at the EAU registration desk.
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Programme Saturday, 24 May 2014
09.00 – 11.00
Session 2
Castration resistant metastatic prostate cancer: Where we are in 2014
Chairs:
F.M.J. Debruyne, Arnhem (NL)
T. Tamm, Tallin (EE)
09.00 – 09.15
New insights in the mechanism of castration resistance: What is important to
know for practicing physicians
J.P.M. Sedelaar, Nijmegen (NL)
09.15 – 09.30
Face the challenge of determining the optimal sequencing of these new agents
F.M.J. Debruyne, Arnhem (NL)
09.30 – 09.45 Androgen blockade re-engagement: Targeting AR and androgen synthesis in
adrenal glands and peripheral tissues.
F. Jankevicius, Vilnius (LT)
09.45 – 10.00 Taxane chemotherapy: When to start and optimal sequence
A. Cesas, Klaipeda (LT)
10.00 – 10.15
Bone targeting: Bisphosphonates, RANK inhibitors or alpha-emitters
K. Ojamaa, Talinn (EE)
10.15 – 10.30
Treatment response/disease progression evaluation
P. Vaganovs, Riga (LV)
10.30 – 11.00
Discussion
11.00 – 11.30
Coffee break and poster viewing
11.30 – 12.30
Poster session 3: BPH, male incontinence, neuro-urology, penis/testis, trauma,
urethral stricture and uro-genital reconstruction
Room:
Lambda
Chairs:
P. Baum, Tallinn (EE)
V. Lietuvietis, Riga (LV)
Poster session 4: Prostate cancer II
Room:
Zeta
Chairs:
J.P.M. Sedelaar, Nijmegen (NL)
E. Vjaters, Riga (LV)
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EAU Baltic Meeting
Programme Saturday, 24 May 2014
12.30 – 13.00
State-of-the-art lecture
Targeted pharmacotherapy of urolithiasis: Is it reality?
O.W. Hakenberg, Rostock (DE)
13.00 – 14.00
Lunch and Meet the Masters
14.00 – 16.30
ESU Course
Update in renal cancer
Chair:
J. Palou, Barcelona (ES)
14.00 – 14.05
European School of Urology: A unique possibility for urological education
J. Palou, Barcelona (ES)
14.05 – 14.30
Nephron sparing surgery: Where is the limit?
J. Palou, Barcelona (ES)
14.30 – 14.45
Active surveillance and minimally invasive treatments in renal cancer
L. Türkeri, Istanbul (TR)
14.45 – 15.30
Radical treatment in advanced disease: When do we have to stop?
J. Palou, Barcelona (ES)
15.30 – 16.00
What´s true and useful with Tyrosin kinase inhibitors treatment in metastatic renal
cancer
L. Türkeri, Istanbul (TR)
16.00 – 16.30
Interactive case discussion
ESU Faculty
D. Trumbeckas and A. Patasius, Kaunas (LT)
M. Barisiene, Vilnius (LT)
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Programme Saturday, 24 May 2014
16.30 – 17.30
Symposium
Avanafil a new PDE-5 inhibitor
Chair:
B. Djavan, Vienna (AT)
Introductory remarks on PDE-5 inhibitors
B. Djavan, Vienna (AT)
Efficacy of Avanafil - an overview
K. Pomm, Tallinn (EE)
What is new in Avanafil comparing to other PDE-5 inhibitors?
R. Adomaitis, Vilnius (LT)
Is Avanafil offering a new safety profile (PDE-5 selectivity)?
P. Vaganovs, Riga (LV)
Conclusion remarks
B. Djavan, Vienna (AT)
Industry sponsored
17.30 – 18.00
Coffee break and poster viewing
18.00 – 19.00
Poster session 5: Paediatric urology, stones and varia
Room:
Lambda
Chairs:
O.W. Hakenberg, Rostock (DE)
M. Jievaltas, Kaunas (LT)
Poster session 6: Renal tumours, kidney tumours, adrenals and kidney
transplantation
Room:
Zeta
Chairs:
L. Kukk, Talinn (EE)
J. Palou, Barcelona (ES)
20.00
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EAU Baltic Meeting
Congress dinner
Programme Saturday, 24 May 2014
ESUT/EULIS Hands-on training Ureterorenoscopy
Industry sponsored
Course director:
J. Rassweiler, Heilbronn (DE)
Course Coordinators: P. Chlosta, Cracow (PL)
J-T. Klein, Heilbronn (DE)
Format:
Introduction by course coordinator (15 minutes)
Hands-on- Training at different models (75 minutes)
Questions and answers, Tips and Tricks (30 minutes)
Room:
Beta
09.00 – 11.00
Course 1
Chair: J-T. Klein, Heilbronn (DE)
Tutors: S. Gaizauskas, Vilnius (LT)
A. Szendröi, Budapest (HU)
A. Zelvys, Vilnius (LT)
11.30 – 13.30
Course 2
Chair: J-T. Klein, Heilbronn (DE)
Tutors: S. Gaizauskas, Vilnius (LT)
A. Szendröi, Budapest (HU)
A. Zelvys, Vilnius (LT)
Aims and objectives
The European Society of Uro-Technology (ESUT) and the EAU Section of Urolithiasis (EULIS) offer an
intensive hands-on training course with different models focussing on the endoscopic management
of urolithiasis. The delegates will be taken through a sequential programme of Ureterorenoscopy
using normal endoscopic instruments in different models. The use of various guide-wires, baskets
and intracorporeal lithotripters will be demonstrated. The ESUT and the EULIS faculty consist of
experienced surgeons in the field of Ureterorenoscopy. A video demonstrating the different steps
and tasks of the procedures will be presented and afterwards the delegates will be instructed
according to their level of experience in small teams at the models. Finally, all remaining questions
can be answered and discussed with all tutors including the demonstration of tips and tricks.
You can register at the EAU registration desk.
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Programme Sunday, 25 May 2014
09.00 – 09.30 Best Poster Awards
B. Djavan, Vienna (AT)
F. Jankevicius, Vilnius (LT)
The award winners should present their presentation
Industry sponsored
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09.30 – 10.00
State-of-the-art lecture
Surgical treatment options for male stress urinary incontinence
C.R. Chapple, Sheffield (GB)
10.00 – 10.30
BPH Lecture
F.M.J. Debruyne, Arnhem (NL)
Industry sponsored
10.30 – 11.50
Session 3
The progress in endourology
Chairs:
E. Vjaters, Riga (LV)
C.R. Chapple, Sheffield (GB)
10.30 – 10.45
New optical imaging technologies for bladder cancer: Considerations and
perspectives
J. Palou, Barcelona (ES)
10.45 – 11.15
Endoscopic management of upper tract pathology: Urothelial cancer, ureteral
strictures and secondary ureteropelvic junction obstruction
O.W. Hakenberg, Rostock (DE)
11.15 – 11.30
Endoscopic combined intrarenal surgery (ECIRS) - a new approach for the
treatment of large and complex urolithiasis
A. Zelvys, Vilnius (LT)
11.30 – 11.50
Discussion
11.50 – 12.15
Coffee break
EAU Baltic Meeting
Programme Sunday, 25 May 2014
12.15 – 12.30
Fellowship programs of the EUSP
B. Djavan, Vienna (AT)
12.30 – 12.45
EAU Young Urologists Office: What can the EAU do for you?
J.P.M. Sedelaar, Nijmegen (NL)
12.45 – 12.50
Farewell
F. Jankevicius, Vilnius (LT)
12.50 – 12.55
Closing remarks
B. Djavan, Vienna (AT)
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Poster session 1
Friday, 23 May 2014
17.45 - 18.45
Poster session 1: Prostate cancer I
Chairs: B. Djavan, Vienna (AT)
F. Jankevicius, Vilnius (LT)
Room: Lambda
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Pre-operative training induced histomorphometric changes and function on pelvic floor muscle in patients undergoing
radical prostatectomy
R. Ramirez-Velez, A. Ocampo-Trujillo, C.A. Muñoz (Bogotá D.c, Cali, Colombia)
Influence of various factors on survival in patients with biochemical recurrence after radical prostatectomy
A. Andabekov, D. Prokhorov, M. Shkolnik, V. Metelev (Sankt-Petersburg, Russia)
Hypofractionated salvage radiotherapy for recurrence prostate cancer after radical prostatectomy
P.V. Bulychkin, S.I. Tkachev, A.V. Berdnik, A.V. Zavistovsky, Y.B. Bykova, I.N. Kurganova (Moscow, Russia)
Does length of prostate biopsy cores impact in diagnosis of prostate cancer?
M. Ergün, E. Islamoglu, S. Yalçınkaya, H. Tokgöz, M. Savas (Antalya, Turkey)
Withdrawn
Analysis of single nucleotide polymorphisms in RNASEL, LEPR, CRY1, IL4 and CHI3L2 genes in a cohort of Lithuanian
prostate cancer and benign prostatic hyperplasia patients
Ž. Kapustina, G. Valaitiene, K. Daniunaite, S. Jarmalaite, F. Jankevicius, A. Laurinavicius, J.R. Lazutka (Vilnius, Lithuania)
Hormono-radiotherapy with or without concurrent chemotherapy in locally-advanced prostate cancer
S.L. Polyakov, O.G. Sukonko, A.I. Rolevich, I.I. Minailo, O.I. Moiseeva, E.L. Slobina (Minsk, Belarus)
First clinical experience in salvage prostate cryotherapy – Presentation of 5 cases
A. Ulys, A. Vezelis, Ž. Kardelis, R. Grigiene (Vilnius, Lithuania)
Randomized prospective study of adjuvant hormonal therapy for high risk prostate cancer after radical prostatectomy
A. Patasius, M. Kincius, A.J. Matjošaitis, D. Trumbeckas, D. Milonas, M. Jievaltas (Kaunas, Lithuania)
Is asymmetric lobe finding in digital rectal examination a risk factor for prostate cancer?
Ö. Yılmaz, Z. Aktas, H. Soydan, F. Ates, E. Malkoç (Istanbul, Turkey)
Clinical and prognostic values of the pretreatment PSA doubling time in patients with prostate cancer
O. Bogomolov, G. Zharinov (Saint-petersburg, Russia)
Autopsy- and biopsy-verified criteria for identifying Cowper’s glands using ultrasound
A. Golab, B. Wiszniewska, M. Slojewski, M. Puszynski, A. Sikorski (Szczecin, Poland)
First clinical experience in transperineal biopsy of prostate
Z. Kardelis, A. Ulys, A. Vezelis (Vilnius, Lithuania)
The role of Gleason score on survival of locally advanced (pT3) prostate cancer after radical prostatectomy
D. Milonas, G. Peciulyte, T. Simaska, M. Kincius, I. Gudinaviciene, G. Smailyte, M. Jievaltas (Kaunas, Lithuania)
EAU Baltic Meeting
Poster session 2
Friday, 23 May 2014
17.45 - 18.45
Poster session 2: Female urology, infectious diseases, infertility, sexual
dysfunction and urothelial tumours
Chairs: C.R. Chapple, Sheffield (GB)
T. Tamm, Tallinn (EE)
Room: Zeta
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Combination of chronic cystitis and chronic endometritis in women combination of chronic cystitis and chronic endometritis
in women
A. Neimark, N. Shelkovnikova, R. Aliev (Barnaul, Russia)
Mixed form of urinary incontinence and estrogen deficiency in women
A. Neimark, M.V. Razdorskaya, R. Aliev (Barnaul, Russia)
Comparison of three surgical approaches for the treatment of female recurrent stress urinary incontinence
A. Cerniauskiene, M. Barisiene, F. Jankevicius, G. Januska (Vilnius, Lithuania)
Evaluation of LRINEC scale feasibility in predicting outcomes of Fournier gangrene
M. Kincius, A. Preidis, T. Telksnys, D. Trumbeckas, M. Jievaltas, D. Milonas (Kaunas, Lithuania)
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Ultrastructural study of sperm morphology has the important prognostic value in evaluation of the outcome of the assisted
reproductive techniques in cases caused by male infertility
M.N. Korshunov, E.S. Korshunova, I.V. Vinogradov (Moscow, Russia)
Associations between asymptomatic prostatitis and erectile dysfunction in middle-aged males
K. Ausmees (Tartu, Estonia)
Selection criteria for second transurethral resection in nonmuscle-invasive bladder cancer patients at high risk for residual
tumor
A.I. Rolevich, O.G. Sukonko, S.A. Krasny, S.L. Polyakov, T.I. Nabebina, A.A. Minich (Minsk, Belarus)
Long-term risk of upper urinary tract recurrence after organ-preserving therapy of nonmuscle-invasive bladder cancer
A.I. Rolevich (Minsk, Belarus)
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Diagnosis and treatment of urinary schistosomiasis as pre-condition of bladder cancer
V. Startsev, A. Kolmakov (St. Petersburg, Russia; Lobito, Angola)
Advanced bladder cancer at woman in the third trimester of pregnancy
V. Startsev (St. Petersburg, Russia)
Surgical implication of clinical presentation of low differentiated urothelial bladder cancer
P. Yakovlev, A. Kondratenko, V. Mrachkovsky, A. Sakalo, Y. Kuranov (Kiev, Ukraine)
Impact of regional lymph node status on cancer-specific survival in muscle-invasive bladder cancer patients with high risk
of progression
A. Minich, A. Zhegalik, A. Poluyanchik, V. Vasilevich, A. Rolevich, S. Polyakov, S. Krasny, O. Sukonko (Minsk, Belarus)
Survival after radical cystectomy for patients with bladder cancer: Long term outcomes of single institution
T. Simaska, D. Milonas, A. Rakauskas, A. Chamsin, L. Citvaras, M. Kincius, I. Gudinaviciene, G. Smailyte, M. Jievaltas
(Kaunas, Lithuania)
TURBT as a possible method for treating patients with infiltrative tumors at staging T3a and T3b
I. Haxhiu, X. Quni, A. Haxhiu, H. Arifi, E. Haxhiu, H. Ahmeti, R. Haxhiu (Prishtina, Kosovo)
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Poster session 3
Saturday, 24 May 2014
11.30 - 12.30
Poster session 3: BPH, male incontinence, neuro-urology, penis/testis, trauma,
urethral stricture and uro-genital reconstruction
Chairs: P. Baum, Tallinn (EE)
V. Lietuvietis, Riga (LV)
Room: Lambda
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Effectivness of treatment with alfa-blokers and herbal selections in elder BPH patients
V. Kamarauskas (Vilnius, Lithuania)
Bioequivalence of a fixed-dose combination compared to a free-dose combination of dutasteride/tamsulosin hydrochloride
M. Teleshinin, A. Vinarov, V. Danovich, S. Udotova, V. Bulatov (Reutov, Moscow, Russia)
The first experience in Laparoscopic Retropubic Simple Prostatectomy
R. Jankovski, D.S. Sukys (Vilnius, Lithuania)
First outcomes of implanting Argus® adjustable male sling in treatment of male urinary incontinence
A. Cerniauskiene, F. Jankevicius, M. Snicorius, L. Andreika (Vilnius, Lithuania)
Early diagnosis and referral of Prostate Pain Syndrome to pain teams – a partnership in progress
A. Beverly, S. Graham, A. Ghazi (London, United Kingdom)
Comparison of conantokin G (CTG)-induced changes in the chemical coding of dorsal root ganglia (DRG) neurons supplying
porcine urinary bladder with changes induced by resiniferatoxin (RTX), tetrodotoxin (TTX) and botulinum toxin A (BTX)
A. Bossowska, E. Lepiarczyk, P. Radziszewski, M. Majewski (Olsztyn, Warsaw, Poland)
The distribution and chemical coding of sympathetic chain neurons supplying the wall of the urinary bladder in normal
female pigs and in the pigs after intravesical administration of botulinum toxin (BTX)
E. Lepiarczyk, A. Bossowska, U. Mazur, M. Majewski (Olsztyn, Poland)
Metachronous testicular seminoma with an interval of 8 years from the first seminomatous testicular tumor: A case report
X. Cuni, I. Haxhiu, M. Xhani, H. Aliu-Cuni, L. Cuni (Prishtina, Kosovo; Tirana, Albania)
Diagnostic test in men with premature ejaculation for selective neurotomy of the penis
R. Aliev, A. Neimark, A. Erkovich, S. Vybornov (Barnaul, Novosibirsk, Astrakhan, Russia)
Gangrene of the penis in a diabetic male with amputations of both extremitas
Xh. Cuni, I. Haxhiu, M. Xhani, F. Tartari, S. Mehmeti, A. Fetahu, M. Oruqi (Pristina, Prishtina, Kosovo; Tirana, Albania)
Urgent urologic trauma
A. Neziri (Prishtina, Kosovo)
A 17-years experience of renal injury at a tertiary level hospital
T. Telksnys, D. Trumbeckas, A.J. Matjošaitis, M. Jievaltas, D. Milonas, M. Kincius (Kaunas, Lithuania)
Is urethrotomy still the first choice in urethral stricture management?
A. Grybas, L. Andreika, E. Starolis (Vilnius, Lithuania)
Tunica vaginalis flap in one stage hypospadias reconstruction
V.A.P. Pagkalos, C.G. Georgiadis, S.B. Bolomytis, K.I. Ioannidis, A.A. Archontakis (Athens, Greece)
Outcomes of robotic dismembred pyeloplasty
K. Ener, S. Altinova, A.E. Canda, M.F. Ozcan, E. Asil, E. Urer, A.F. Atmaca, Z. Akbulut (Ankara, Turkey)
EAU Baltic Meeting
Poster session 4
Saturday, 24 May 2014
11.30 - 12.30
Poster session 4: Prostate cancer II
Chairs: J.P.M. Sedelaar, Nijmegen (NL)
E. Vjaters, Riga (LV)
Room: Zeta
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The role of PSA for prostate cancer detection in patients with high grade intraepithelial neoplasia
D. Milonas, G. Skulcius, S. Auskalnis, I. Gudinaviciene, M. Jievaltas (Kaunas, Lithuania)
Survival after radical prostatectomy and external beam radiotherapy for patients with high risk prostate cancer: Results of
single tertiary referral hospital
R. Mickevicius, D. Milonas, L. Mickevicvius, G. Peciulyte, L. Jarusevicius, M. Kincius, S. Auskalnis, T. Simaska, I. Gudaniviciene,
G. Smailyte, M. Jievaltas (Kaunas, Vilnius, Lithuania)
Salvage high dose rate prostate brachytherapy - alternative treatment for prostate cancer recurrence after radiotherapy
A. Ivanauskas, A. Veželis, A. Burneckis, A. Ulys (Vilnius, Lithuania)
Long term outcomes after radical prostatectomy for patients suitable for active surveillance
M. Kincius, J. Verikaite, G. Smailyte, M. Jievaltas, D. Milonas (Kaunas, Vilnius, Lithuania)
Non-invasive methods (HistoScanning and multiparametric MRI) for diagnosis of prostate cancer
I. Naruseviciute, A. Ulys, R. Briediene, A. Vezelis, R. Grigiene, M. Trakymas (Vilnius, Lithuania)
Characteristics of endovideosurgical radical prostatectomy using extraperitoneal approach: Analysis of 70 cases
M. Borisenkov, S.V. Popov, I.N. Orlov, P.V. Vyazovtsev (Saint-Petersburg, Russia)
Formation of vesicourethral anastomosis after laparoscopic extraperitoneal radical prostatectomy: Comparative analysis of
three different techniques
M. Borisenkov, S.V. Popov, I.N. Orlov, P.V. Vyazovtsev (Saint-Petersburg, Russia)
First results of prostate cancer screening programme in Belarus
O. Sukonko, S. Krasny, D. Tarend (Minsk, Belarus)
Complications rate after early prostate cancer treatment with I-125 seeds
K. Vaiciunas, L. Jarusevicius, A. Inciura, J. Babakinas, E. Juozaityte, M. Jievaltas (Kaunas, Lithuania)
Five years experience of prostate cancer treatment using I-125 interstitial prostate brachytherapy: Complications and long
term results
A. Rimas, F. Jankevicius (Vilnius, Lithuania)
Focal MR-guided focused ultrasound treatment of localized low-risk prostate cancer
A. Nosov, V. Turkevich, S. Petrov, A. Vorobiev, S. Kanaev, G. Gafton, R. Novikov (Saint-Petersburg, Russia)
Evaluation of tumour-associated autoantibody signature for the diagnosis of prostate cancer
Z. Kalnina, V. Lietuvietis, L. Sadovska, P. Zayakin, G. Sperga, K. Silina, K. Miculis, A. Line (Riga, Latvia)
Safety, objective response rate and long-term oncologic outcomes of docetaxel neoadjuvant chemotherapy followed by
radical prostatectomy for patients with intermediate- and high-risk prostate cancer: a retrospective single-center study
A. Nosov, S. Petrov, S. Reva, E. Mamijev, R. Novikov (Saint-Petersburg, Russia)
Trends in incidence and mortality of urologic cancers in Latvia, 2000-2012
I. Kukulis, E. Liepina, S. Pildava, A. Meniss, I. Zamullo, V. Lietuvietis (Riga, Latvia)
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Poster session 5
Saturday, 24 May 2014
18.00 - 19.00
Poster session 5: Paediatric urology, stones and varia
Chairs: O.W. Hakenberg, Rostock (DE)
M. Jievaltas, Kauno Rajonas (LT)
Room: Lambda
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Deviation of the penoscrotal median raphe: Is it a normal finding or within the spectrum of hypospadias?
A. Mohan, L. Ashton, M. Dalal (Preston, United Kingdom)
Re-do operations in adults operated for proximal hypospadias in childhood
Y. Rudin, T.N. Garmanova, D.V. Marukhnenko (Moscow, Russia)
Diagnosis and treatment of hydronephrosis in infants
K. Iodkovsky, A.V. Hmelenko (Grodno, Belarus)
Experience of peritoneal dialysis in children with sepsis-induced acute kidney injury in postoperative period
V. Sergienko, A.V. Hmelenko, R. Yakubtsevich, K. Bushma, V. Kazhina, A. Klochko (Grodno, Belarus)
Management of bladder stones with transurethral pneumatic cystolithotripsy
X. Cuni, I. Haxhiu, M. Xhani, H. Aliu-Cuni, P. Nuraj, S. Mehmeti, E. Isaku (Pristina, Prishtina, Kosovo; Tirana, Albania)
Stone in an orthotopic system ureterocele: Low and short smiling incision technique with the extraction of calculus
H. Tokgoz, S. Yalcinkaya, M. Savas, O. Tokgoz, E. Islamoglu (Antalya, Ankara, Turkey)
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Heat treatment value in X-ray phase analysis of urinary calculi: Experience of 1000 cases
V. Sknar, I. Aboian, V. Nalbandyan, I. Shukaev, D. Zolotukhin (Rostov-on-don, Russia)
Laparoscopic ureterolithotomy and pyelolithotomy: 6 years experience in Vilnius city clinical hospital
D. Silinis, J. Sabalys, E. Štarolis, A. Gradauskas, L. Andreika, S. Moceviciene (Vilnius, Lithuania)
Role of combined intrarenal surgery (ECIRS) in management of large/complex kidney stones
A. Zelvys, A. Cekauskas, F. Jankevicius (Vilnius, Lithuania)
Establishment of andrological services in remote Regions of the Russian Federation
R. Aliev, A. Neimark, E. Subbotin, T. Nasedkina (Barnaul, Russia)
Caffeic acid phenethyl ester (CAPE) ameliorates ischemia-induced renal mitochondrial injury in rats
S. Trumbeckaite, R. Baniene, M. Jievaltas, D. Trumbeckas, M. Kincius (Kaunas, Lithuania)
Early thrombosis of arteriovenous fistula in patients on chronic dailysis: Incidence and risk factors
L. Rimsevicius, S. Strainiene, T. Strainys, R. Tyla, A. Zelvys, L. Supranaviciene, F. Jankevicius, M. Miglinas (Vilnius, Lithuania)
EAU Baltic Meeting
Poster session 6
Saturday, 24 May 2014
18.00 - 19.00
Poster session 6: Renal tumours, kidney tumours, adrenals and kidney
transplantation
Chairs: L. Kukk, Tallinn (EE)
J. Palou, Barcelona (ES)
Room: Zeta
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Retroperitoneal laparoscopic treatment of phaeochromocytomas
R. Rabii, A. Halfya (Casablanca, Morocco)
Incidence and search for new risk factors of urinary tract infection in renal transplant recipient
A. Kalachyk, A. Narbin, P. Vershinin, M. Guberskaya, M. Kozlova, E. Oganova (Minsk, Belarus)
ABO incompatibility does not have an influence on early kidney graft survival in living related donor transplantation
L. Rimsevicius, I. Maliukeviciute, D. Alekniene, E. Asakiene, L. Griskevicius, A. Griskevicius, A. Zelvys, F. Jankevicius,
M. Miglinas (Vilnius, Lithuania)
Analysis of infections requiring hospitalization in a cohort of renal allograft recipients
L. Rimsevicius, R. Steponaviciute, D. Alekniene, E. Asakiene, A. Zelvys, F. Jankevicius, M. Miglinas (Vilnius, Lithuania)
Outcomes of robotic partial nephrectomy
K. Ener, A.E. Canda, S. Altinova, E. Asil, M.F. Ozcan, A.F. Atmaca, Z. Akbulut (Ankara, Turkey)
Lapraroscopy-assisted cryotherapy for small renal tumours
P. Baum, L. Kukk, E. Valk, Y. Zirel (Tallinn, Estonia)
Percutaneous radiofrequency ablation of renal tumors: Efficacy, safety and post-operative survival
A. Ulys, M. Trakymas, A. Zalimas (Vilnius, Lithuania)
R.E.N.A.L. nephrometry score as the possibility in choosing operative strategy in renal tumors
M. Markevicius, J. Vaiciuliene, A. Bakavicius, D. Rutkauskaite, A. Tamosiunas, F. Jankevicius (Vilnius, Lithuania)
The prognostic role of blood markers in patients with renal cell carcinoma (RCC)
I. Vaivode, S. Donina, V. Lietuvietis, M. Jakubovskis, Z. Vitenberga, D. Baltina (Riga, Latvia)
The comparative analysis of the changes in immune response after laparoscopic radiofrequency ablation and resection of
renal cancer
E. Samarceva, S. Reva, A. Nosov (Saint-Petersburg, Russia)
Predictive value of histologic pattern for early recurrence in patients with local advanced and metastatic renal cell
carcinoma (RCC)
I. Vaivode, M. Sperga, D. Baltina, S. Donina, D. Ulase, S. Gordins, M. Jakubovskis, S. Beketovs, V. Lietuvietis (Riga, Latvia)
Application of LESS technologies in urological practice
T. Topuzov, S.V. Popov, I.N. Orlov, M.B. Borisenkov (Saint-Petersburg, Russia)
Surgical and conservative management of small renal tumors
E. Štarolis, D. Silinis, A. Bakavicius, Z. Karvelis (Vilnius, Lithuania)
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Session!
Prestigious awards for Best Poster
Presentations will be handed out on the
last day of the meeting
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The awards will be presented at the end of the meeting by Prof. Bob Djavan
and Prof. Feliksas Jankevicius
The award winners will be selected on-site by the chairmen of the poster
sessions.
The award winners should present their presentation
The award-winning posters will be displayed in a specifically designated area
at the Annual EAU Congress
The award winners will be invited to present their poster at the 30th Annual
EAU congress in Madrid, 20-24 March 2015
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