Friday, October 16

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0645-0745 Instructional Courses 1-4
   

IC-01: Male Reconstructive Urology for the General Urologist

Chair: Joel Gelman, USA

0645-0650  

Introduction

Joel Gelman

0650-0705  

Urethral Stricture Initial Evaluation and Imaging

Joel Gelman

0705-0720  

Algorithm for Managing Disorders of the Anterior and Posterior Urethra and Bladder Neck

Daniela Andrich, UK

0720-0735  

Penile and Scrotal Disorders: Decision Making

Keith Rourke, Canada

0735-0745   Discussion and Conclusion
   

IC-02: Greenlight Laser Vaporization - Beyond the Learning Curve: Tackling the Tough Cases while Optimizing Durable Outcomes and Reducing Complications

Chair: Kevin Zorn, Canada

0645-0705  

Published Outcomes: Safety, Durability, Cost Effectiveness and Complications

Alexander Bachmann, Switzerland

0705-0725   

Techniques for Large Prostates and Median Lobes

Kevin Zorn

0725-0745   

Techniques to Avoid Complications (Dysuria, Capsulotomy, Sphincter Injury) / Management of Bleeding / Techniques for Small Prostates / Radiotherapy

Henry Woo, Australia

   

IC-03: Novel Molecular/Genetic Markers for Active Surveillance vs. Active Treatment Decisions for Localized Prostate Cancer

Chair: Judd W. Moul, USA

0645-0650  

Welcome and Introduction

Judd W. Moul

0650-0705   Framing the Problem: Modern Active Surveillance: Who, How, Why and Challenges

Declan Murphy, Australia

0705-0720  

Myriad Prolaris vs Oncotype GPS Molecular Genetic Tissue Markers for Patients Considering Active Surveillance vs Active Treatment

Judd W. Moul

0720-0735  

Use of Serum and Urine Markers (4K Score, PHI, PCA-3 etc.) in the Active Surveillance Algorithm

Edmund Chiong, Singapore

0735-0745  

Question and Answers and Mock Tumor Board Case Examples

All faculty

   

IC-04: Functional and Anatomical Cause of MUS Complications, its Diagnosis, Imaging, and Management

Chair: Ajit Vaze, India

0645-0650  

Introduction

Ajit Vaze

0650-0655  

Classification of the Complications

John PFA Heesakkers, The Netherlands

   

Anatomical Causes

0655-0700  

Urethra

Dirk de Ridder, Belgium

0700-0705  

Vaginal, Visceral

John PFA Heesakkers

0705-0710  

Bladder

Ajit Vaze

0710-0715  

Questions and Answers

0715-0725  

Functional Causes

Dirk de Ridder

   

How to Avoid Complications (Tricks of the Trade)

0725-0730  

On the Table

Ajit Vaze

0730-0735  

Immediately (1 Day—3 Weeks)

John PFA Heesakkers

0735-0740  

Tricks for Delayed Complications

Dirk de Ridder

0740-0745  

Questions and Answers

0745-0800 Break

0800-1005

Plenary 1

   

Honorary Chairs:

Inderbir Gill, United States, SIU Scientific Programme Chair

Gerald Jordan, United States, SIU President

0800-0825  

Welcome and SIU-Astellas European Foundation Lecture

0825-0840  

Confederación Americana de Urología Lecture

Contemporary Management of Penile Cancer

Fernando Secin, Argentina

0840-0925

 

Shifting Sands: Testosterone Deficiency and Sexual Health

Chair: Sae Woong Kim, South Korea

0840-0853  

Evolution of TRT Guidelines: From Erectile Dysfunction to LOH

Du Geon Moon, South Korea

0853-0906  

Current Status of TRT in Sexual Health and Prostatic Disease

Nathan Lawrentschuk, Australia

0906-0919  

Past, Present, Future of LOH in Asia-Pacific Men’s Health

Hui Meng Tan, Malaysia

0919-0925  

Discussion

0925-0950  

Debate: Testosterone and Cardiac Death: Fact or Fiction?

Moderator: Run Wang, USA

Fact: Ajay Nehra, USA 

Fiction: Jack Barkin, Canada

0950-1005  

Urological Society of Australia and New Zealand Lecture

Antibiotic Prophylaxis in Urological Surgery

Shomik Sengupta, Australia

1005-1025 Break

1025-1155

Parallel Plenary 1: Diet and Metabolic Aspects

Chair: Neil Fleshner, Canada

1025-1040  

EULIS Lecture: Metabolic Syndrome and Stones

Noor Buchholz, UAE and UK

1040-1055  

Stones and Diet

Jose Reis-Santos, Portugal

1055-1110  

Metabolic Syndrome and Cancer

Neil Fleshner

1110-1125  

Perioperative Nutrition

Henry Woo, Australia

1125-1155  

Discussion, Question and Answer

All

1025-1155

Parallel Plenary 2: Master Class: Complex Penile and Urethral Reconstruction Surgery

Chair: Ajay Nehra, USA

   

Panelists:

Sanjay Kulkarni, India

Kurt McCammon, USA

Jong Kwan Park, South Korea

David Ralph, UK

Giulio Garaffa, UK

   

Lecture Topics

  • Difficult Penile Prosthesis: Management and Challenges
  • Recurrent Urethral Stricture Management in the Patient with an Inflatable Penile Prosthesis: Management Options
  • Penile Prosthetic Infection: What is the Ideal Management?
  • Management of an Intraoperative Urethral Injury in a Patient with a Buccal Mucosal Graft
1025-1155

Parallel Plenary 3: ICUD: Image-Guided Therapy for Urology (Part 1: Prostate)

Co-Chairs: Mihir Desai, USA / Rafael Sánchez Salas, France

1025-1043  

Goals of Initial Evaluation and Diagnosis in Prostate Cancer

Jochen Walz, France

1043-1101   

Imaging in Localized Prostate Cancer

Eric Barret, France

1101-1119   

Prostatic Biopsies: Available Techniques and Approaches

Osamu Ukimura, USA

1119-1137   

Available Ablation Energies to Treat Prostate Cancer

Jean de la Rosette, The Netherlands

1137-1155   

Surveillance After Focal Therapy

Thomas Polascik, USA

1025-1155

Surgical Tips 1: Nuances of Radical Prostatectomy

Chair: Antonio Finelli, Canada

1025-1035  

Access, Developing Extraperitoneal Space, Endopelvic Fascia

Gyung Tak Sung, South Korea

1035-1050   Bladder Neck, Pedicles
Kevin Zorn, Canada
1050-1105   Nerve Sparing
Rafael Sanchez-Salas, France
1105-1120   Apex and Anastomosis
Anthony Costello, Australia
1120-1135   PLND +/- Nuances to Suspected T3 Cases
Geoff Coughlin, Australia
1135-1155   Discussion, Question and Answer
1025-1155

World Journal of Urology Workshop: Paper Writing and Reviewing

Co-Chairs: Alexandre de la Taille, France / Thomas Herrmann, Germany

     

1155-1310

Lunch Break in Exhibit Hall

1310-1440

Parallel Plenary 4: Master Class: Management of the Azoospermic Male

Chair: David de Kretser, Australia

   

Panelists:

Robert McLachlan, Australia
Andrew Sinclair, Australia
Rupin Shah, India

Darren Katz, Australia

1310-1322  

The Clinical Approach: History Taking and Examination Pertinent to the Problem

1322-1334  

What Are the Critical Points that Need to Be Ascertained on History?

1334-1346  

What Should You Look for on Examination?

1346-1358  

What Tests Need to Be Ordered?

1358-1410  

Interpretation of the History and Physical Examination

1410-1422  

Approaches to Treatment

1422-1434   Outcomes that You Might Expect
1310-1440

Parallel Plenary 5: Global Perspectives: Common Pediatric Urology Problems

Co-Chairs: Catherine DeVries, USA / Anette Jacobsen, Singapore

1310-1325   Undescended Testis

Anette Jacobsen

1332-1347  

Ureteropelvic Junction Obstruction

Grahame Smith, Australia

1354-1409  

Penile Anomalies

Catherine DeVries

1416-1431  

Dysfunctional Voiding and Enuresis

Kara Saperston, USA

1310-1440

Parallel Plenary 6: Shifting Sands: Salvage Surgery

Co-Chairs: Sung Kyu Hong, South Korea / Maria Carmen Mir, Spain

1310-1325   Imaging Prior to Salvage Surgery: What Urologists Need To Know
Nathan Lawrentschuk, Australia
1325-1340  

Post-Radiation and HIFU Salvage Radical Prostatectomy

James Eastham, USA

1340-1355  

Salvage of Nodal Disease Post Initial Treatment for Prostate Cancer

Maurizio Brausi, Italy

1355-1410  

Salvage Cystectomy Post Pelvic Radiation

Seth Lerner, USA

1410-1425  

Renal Bed and Other Site RCC Recurrence

Laura Izquierdo Reyes, Spain

1425-1440   Desperation Surgery in Testicular Cancer

Manish Patel, Australia

1310-1630

Parallel Plenary 7 (Part 1): LUTS/BPH and Sex

Co-Chairs: Mostafa Elhilali, Canada / Claus Roehrborn, USA

1310-1325  

Epidemiology and Pathophysiology of LUTS and Sex

Claus Roehrborn

   

Challenging Clinical Scenarios for Medical Management

1325-1333  

Case 1

Mostafa Elhilali

1333-1341  

Case 2

Christopher Chapple, UK

1341-1349  

Case 3

Claus Roehrborn

1349-1359  

Break

   

Unresolved Issues

1359-1407  

Detrusor Underactivity

Christopher Chapple

1407-1415  

Post-void Residual Urine

Claus Roehrborn

1415-1423  

Intravesical Protrusion

Christopher Cheng, Singapore

1423-1431  

Nocturia

Claus Roehrborn

1431-1440  

Questions and Answers

1440-1454  

Debate: Is it Imperative to Do Invasive UDS before Surgical or MIS Options

1440-1445  

Pro

Christopher Chapple

1445-1450  

Con

Noor Buchholz, UK and UAE

1450-1452  

Rebuttal

Christopher Chapple

1452-1454  

Rebuttal

Noor Buchholz

   

*See Parallel Plenary 7 (Part 2): LUTS/BPH and Sex in the section below.*

1310-1440 Abstract Sessions
   

Unmoderated ePosters

   

Unmoderated Videos

   

Moderated ePosters

MP-01: Basic Science

MP-02: Bladder Cancer: Various Topics I

MP-03: Prostate Cancer: Epidemiology, Markers & Diagnostics

MP-04: Infections & Inflammatory Diseases

1310-1440

Urology Society of Australia and New Zealand Symposium (Part 1)

Chair: Mark Frydenberg, Australia

1310-1315  

Introduction

Mark Frydenberg

1315-1325  

The Development of HoLEP: Lessons Learned

Peter Gilling, New Zealand

1325-1335  

The Management of High Risk Bladder Cancer in the Era of BCG Shortage

Paul Anderson, Australia

1335-1345  

BRCA 1/2 Mutations, Evidence-Based Implications for Screening and Active Surveillance of Prostate Cancer

Damien Bolton, Australia

1345-1355  

Results from the Victorian Trans-Perineal Prostate Biopsy Collaborative Group

Jeremy Grummet, Australia

1355-1405  

Surgery for High-Risk Prostate Cancer Including Metastatic Disease

Daniel Moon, Australia

1405-1415  

Targeting Tumour Metabolism in Prostate Cancer

Neil Fleshner, Canada

1415-1425  

Management of Radiation Urethral Stricture Disease

Justin Chee, Australia

1425-1440  

Discussion

1440-1500 Break
1310-1630

Parallel Plenary 7 (Part 2): LUTS/BPH and Sex

Co-Chairs: Mostafa Elhilali, Canada, Claus Roehrborn, USA

1454-1502  

What Constitutes a Surgical Gold Standard?

Claus Roehrborn

1502-1510  

Challenges in Laser Prostatectomy: Addressing Prostate Size and the Learning Curve

Mostafa Elhilali

1510-1525  

General Overview on the Use of Lasers

Andreas Gross, Germany

1525-1535  

Break

    Emerging New Technology for MIS
1535-1543  

Urolift and REZUM

Claus Roehrborn

1543-1551  

Aquablation, Histotripsy

Peter Gilling, New Zealand

1551-1559  

Injectable (Sophiris PRX302)

Mostafa Elhilali

1559-1614  

Debate: HoLEP versus Laparoscopic/Robotic Prostatectomy

HoLEP: Peter Gilling

Robotic: Mihir Desai, USA

1614-1630  

Last Resort Treatments

1614-1622  

Prostate Arterial Embolization

TBC

1622-1630  

Intraurethral Stents

Noor Buchholz

1500-1630

Parallel Plenary 8: Shifting Sands: Infertility and Men’s Health

Chair: Rupin Shah, India

1500-1515   Hypogonadotropic Hypogonadism and Men's Health

Yasser Elkhiat, Egypt

1515-1530   Medical Conditions Associated with Oligozoospermia

Koji Shiraishi, Japan

1530-1545   Risk of Testicular Malignancy in Men with Testicular Failure

Mohit Khera, USA

1545-1600   Medical Consequences of Severe Hypogonadism Associated with Testicular Failure

Alayman Hussein, Egypt

1600-1615   Male Reproductive Surgery

Giulio Garaffa, UK

1615-1630   Discussion
1500-1630

Parallel Plenary 9: Shifting Sands: Testicular Cancer

Chair: Guy Toner, Australia

1500-1520  

Chemotherapy for CS IIA (and Low Volume IIB) Seminoma

Manish Patel, Australia

1520-1540  

Optimal Templates for RPLND: Are Modified Templates Always Oncologically Safe?

Michael Jewett, Canada

1540-1600  

Late Events in Testis Cancer Patients following Chemotherapy and Their Impact on Clinical Decision Making

Guy Toner

1600-1620  

Chemotherapy, Surveillance or RPLND for CS I-B NSGCT

Urs Studer, Switzerland

1620-1630  

Discussion

1500-1630

Surgical Tips 2: Transplant Surgery

Chair: Howard Lau, Australia

1500-1512   Kidneys with a Small Renal Mass: A Source for Live Renal Donation?

Ming-Kwong Yiu, China

1515-1527   Optimal Management of Small Renal Mass in Renal Transplant

Marc-Olivier Timsit, France

1530-1542   Transplantation into a Diverted Urinary Tract: Timing, Type and Outcome

Ho Yee Tiong, Singapore

1545-1557   Laparoscopic and Robotic Renal Transplant: A Natural Progression?

Pranjal Modi, India

1600-1612   Renal Transplant in the Obese

Bulang He, Australia

1615-1627   Evolution of Laparoscopic Donor Nephrectomy: How to Minimize Post-operative Bleeding

Howard Lau

1500-1630 Abstract Sessions
   

Unmoderated ePosters

   

Unmoderated Videos

   

Moderated ePosters

MP-05: Bladder Cancer: Various Topics II

MP-06: Prostate Cancer: Biopsy & Active Surveillance

MP-07: Reconstruction and Trauma

MP-08: Minimally Invasive Surgery

1500-1630

Urology Society of Australia and New Zealand Symposium (Part 2)

Chair: Mark Frydenberg, Australia

1500-1510  

Current Concepts in Penile Rehabilitation Post Radical Prostatectomy

Eric Chung, Australia

1510-1520  

Misclassification in Active Surveillance: Is this Improved with Pre-Biopsy MRI

Mark Frydenberg

1520-1530  

The Role of PET PSMA in the Staging and Re-Staging of Prostate Cancer

Declan Murphy, Australia

1530-1540  

Percutaneous Biopsies of Renal Tumours—Why, When, Who?

Alessandro Volpe, Italy

1540-1550  

Management of Caval Thrombi in Renal Cell Carcinoma

Andrew Williams, New Zealand

1550-1600  

Testis Sparing Surgery for Testis Cancer

Nathan Lawrentschuk, Australia

1600-1610  

Smart Phone Apps, Electronic Patient Tools in Urology

James Duthie, New Zealand

1610-1625  

Discussion

1625-1630  

Conclusion

Mark Frydenberg
1630-1730 Australian Wine Tasting in Exhibit Hall
1900-2200 SIU Night at South Wharf Promenade

 

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