European Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms Meeting12-14 October 2017
The European Association of Urology is pleased to announce a new meeting on LUTS, the European Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms Meeting (ELUTS17). This comprehensive scientific meeting will take place on 12-14 October 2017 in Berlin, Germany.
The broad scientific programme was created with contributions from the EAU Sections of Female and Functional Urology (ESFFU) and Genito-Urinary Reconstructive Surgeons (ESGURS) as well as the European Urogynaecological Association (EUGA). The result is a meeting that aims to bring together a variety of specialties that all deal with LUTS and related conditions.
On Thursday and Friday the European School of Urology (ESU) will hold its Masterclass on Female and Functional Reconstructive Urology. As all of the ESU’s programmes, lecturers are leaders in their field, with the course based on the evidence of the EAU Guidelines and best practice.
Topics on Friday include OAB, male LUTS, nocturia, female stress urinary incontinence, and pelvic organ prolapse and the use of mesh. On Saturday, delegates can expect debates and lectures on patients with MS, dementia and spinal cord injuries, Peyronie’s disease, male incontinence following radical prostatectomy and painful bladder syndrome.
ELUTS17 brings together Europe’s leading experts on the diverse subject of LUTS, offering new perspectives, debates and state-of-the-art lectures with clinically applicable advice. We sincerely welcome you to Germany’s capital for what we believe will be the most important interactive session within functional urology in Europe, organised by the European Association of Urology in 2017.
|Prof. Francisco Cruz||Prof. Chris Chapple|
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Dedicated to treatment of LUTS
ELUTS17 is the most important meeting devoted solely to Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms, a definition that brings together many different urological subspecialties. Read this interview with Prof. Cruz on the scientific programme >
Organised by the European Association of Urology and its partners, the scientific programme can draw on international experts for the highest level of scientific discussion. Explore the Scientific Programme >
A key area in urology
“There is an increasing prevalence of lower urinary tract symptoms with an ageing population, making this a very important and relevant area of urology. Consequently LUTS is an important area of contemporary clinical practice.” Read the full interview with Prof. Chapple >