#EAU20 Virtual - Controversies in renal cancer surgery

EAU
7/19/20, 10:00 PM
Europe/Berlin CET+2

Description

Controversies in renal cancer surgery

  1. Thematic session 11

Sun 19 July
19:00 - 20:00

Location:

Virtual room 2

Chairs:

M-O. Grimm, Jena (DE)
A. Minervini, Florence (IT)

Learning objectives

  1. In renal cancer surgery a number of new controversies have emerged during recent years. The paradigm of organ preservation “whenever possible” has been challenged by doubts about its benefit depending on comorbid disease. Another controversy concerns the surgical approach to partial nephrectomy, open vs. minimally invasive. Finally, cytoreductive nephrectomy is not any more the standard in synchronous metastatic RCC if VEGFR-TKI therapy is intended. But what is the evidence with modern PD-1/PD-L1 immune-checkpoint inhibitor based combination therapies?

    These and other surgical “hot topics” will be discussed – join the session and take part!

19:00 - 19:20

Case based debate Organ preservation: Do the benefits outweigh additional risks?

19:00 - 19:05

Case presentation
M-O. Grimm, Jena (DE)

19:05 - 19:10

Pro: Partial nephrectomy
A. Breda, Barcelona (ES)

19:10 - 19:15

Pro: Minimally invasive nephrectomy
A.E. Canda, Istanbul (TR)

19:15 - 19:20

Discussion, questions and answers
M-O. Grimm, Jena (DE)
A. Minervini, Florence (IT)

19:20 - 19:30

Open vs. minimally invasive partial nephrectomy: What is the evidence?
M.C. Mir Maresma, Barcelona (ES)

19:30 - 19:40

How to best approach the large renal mass: Tips and tricks
T.S. O'Brien, London (GB)

19:40 - 20:00

Case based debate Cytoreductive nephrectomy: What do we know?

19:40 - 19:45

Case presentation
M-O. Grimm, Jena (DE)

19:45 - 19:50

Cytoreductive nephrectomy may be an option only after response
A. Bex, London (GB)

19:50 - 19:55

Pro: Upfront cytoreductive nephrectomy
A. Finelli, Toronto (CA)

19:55 - 20:00

Discussion, questions and answers
M-O. Grimm, Jena (DE)
A. Minervini, Florence (IT)

Previous registration necessary?

NO

YES
Simultaneous translation ?

NO

YES
Will it be recorded?
NO
YES

M-O. Grimm, A. Minervini

Case based debate Organ preservation: Do the benefits outweigh additional risks?

Inglês

 

Speakers

A. Breda, T.S. O'Brien, A. Finelli

 

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#EAU20 Virtual - Controversies in renal cancer surgery