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The 2nd World Congress on
Controversies in Urology (CURy)
Lisbon, Portugal, February 5- 8, 2009
 
  Group A Print
Friday, February 6, 2009
                   
Board
Topic: Bladder Cancer
 
1 BACILLUS CALMETTE-GUÉRIN IMMUNOTHERAPY (BCG) REDUCES THE SPECIFICITY OF PHOTODYNAMIC DIAGNOSIS (PDD) UP TO 12 WEEKS AFTER THE LAST INSTILLATION
R. Draga
, M. Grimbergen, E. Kok, T. Jonges, R. Bosch
University Medical Center Utrecht, Utrecht, Netherlands
2 IS VOIDED URINE CYTOLOGY, WITH OR WITHOUT FISH, USEFUL IN PATIENTS WHO HAVE UNDERGONE BLADDER REPLACEMENT? A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF THE SPECIMENS SUGGESTS NO
M.M. Garcia,
E.O. Olweny, V. Fradet, P.R. Carroll, B.R. Konety, A.R. Berry
Department of Urology & Department of Pathology / Cytopathology, University of California San Francisco, San Francisco, CA., USA
3 HAL FLUORESCENCE CYSTOSCOPY AND TURB: A BETTER CHANCE FOR PATIENTS WITH NON-INVASIVE BLADDER TUMORS?
B. Geavlete
, R. Multescu, D. Georgescu, M. Jecu, P. Geavlete                    
Department of Urology, "Saint John" Emergency Clinical Hospital, Bucharest, Romania
4 MODIFIED CYSTOPLASTY (CASE REPORT)
I.I. Haxhiu
, Xh.Q. Quni, A.I. Haxhiu                           
Urologic Departament, Universdity Clinical Center of Kosovo, Prishtina, Republic of Kosovo
5 HIGH GRADE OF INITIAL RECURRED BLADDER CANCER IS A SIGNIFICANT RISK FACTOR FOR PROGRESSION AFTER NEPHROURETERECTOMY
S.J. Hong
, D.S. Kim, Y.H. Lee, K.S. Cho, K.C. Ku, Y.S. Lee, Y.D. Choi              
Department of Urology, Urological Science Institute, College of medicine, Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea
6 PREOPERATIVE HYDRONEPHROSIS PREDICTS POORER OUTCOMES AFTER RADICAL CYSTECTOMY FOR INVASIVE BLADDER CANCER
S.J. Hong
, D.S. Kim, Y.H. Lee, S.J. Park, K.W. Choi                    
Department of Urology, Urological Science Institute, Yonsei University College of Medicine, Seoul, Korea
7 DOES DELAY OF RADICAL CYSTECTOMY AFFECT PROGNOSIS OF INVASIVE BLADDER CANCER; THE RELATION BETWEEN DELAY INTERVAL AND CANCER SPECIFIC SURVIVAL RATE IN ALL PATIENT NOT DIVIDED BY PREOPERATIVE CANCER STAGE OF BLADDER CANCER
S.J. Hong
, Y.H. Lee, D.S. Kim                           
Department of Urology, Urological Science Institute, and Brain & Project for Medical Sciences, Yonsei University College of Medicine, Seoul, South Korea
8 LYMPHOVASCULAR INVASION AND T STAGE ARE PROGNOSTIC FACTORS IN PATIENTS TREATED WITH RADICAL NEPHROURETERECTOMY FOR LOCALIZED UPPER URINARY TRACT TRANSITIONAL CELL CARCINOMA
S.J. Hong
, D.S. Kim, Y.H. Lee, K.S. Cho, W.S. Chung, S.U. Park, Y.D. Choi              
Department of Urology, Urological Science Institute, Yonsei University College of Medicine, Seoul, Korea
9 BLADDER CANCER AND BCG IMMUNOTHERAPY: THE ROLE OF IMMUNOLOGICAL TH2-SUBSET (IL10-592A/C POLYMORPHISM) IN TREATMENT FAILURE
L. Lima
, A. Coelho, A.M. Gomes, J. Silva, S. Magalhaes, R. Medeiros, L. Santos              
Molecular Oncology Group - IPO-Porto, Porto, Portugal
10 STAGING OF BLADDER TUMOR USING TRANSURETHRAL INTRAVESICAL ECHOTOMOGRAPHY COMPARED WITH TRANSURETHRAL RESECTION OF BLADDER TUMOR
R. Milosevic
, N. Milovic, B. Stijelja, Z. Campara, M. Jovanovic, I. Nikolic                 
Military Medical Academy, Belgrade, Serbia
11 THE PRACTICE OF THE FIRST CHECK CYSTOSCOPY FOLLOWING RADIOTHERAPY FOR THE TREATMENT OF MUSCLE-INVASIVE BLADDER CANCER (T2-3N0M0): A CONSULTANT-BASED SURVEY
A. Mohammed
, I. Shergill, J. Barua
The Ayr Hospital, Ayr, UK
12 URINE CYTOLOGY IN THE EVALUATION OF PATIENTS WITH HAEMATURIA
A. Mohammed
, A. Ahmed, M. Jordinson, B. Koye
The Ayr Hospital, Ayr, UK
13 GLOBAL SHOTGUN PROTEOME EXPRESSION PROFILE OF MICRODISSECTED SUPERFICIAL TRANSITIONAL CELL CARCINOMA AND BIOMARKER DISCOVERY FROM URINE
H.T. Niu
, S.J. Li, T.Xu, Q.C.Yu
Department of Urology, The Affiliated Hospital of Medical College Qingdao University, Qingdao, China
14 DOES EVERY HIGH-GRADE PT1 BLADDER CANCER NEED A SECOND TUR?
E.A. Rijo Mora
, L. Fumadó, A. Frances Comalat, R. Cortade llas, L. Pino, O. Arango Tora
Department of Urology. Hospital del Mar, Barcelona Spain
15 GENDER DIFFERENCES IN NON-MUSCLE INVASIVE BLADDER CANCER AND INCIDENCE OF UPPER URINARY TRACT TUMOURS
O. Rodríguez
, J. Palou, J. Huguet, A. Rosales, R. Parada, D. Rengifo, H. Villavicencio
Fundacio Puigvert, Barcelona, Spain
16 FIRST LAPAROSCOPIC CYSTOPROSTATECTOMY IN COMBINATION WITH PREPUBIC URETHRECTOMY
W. Runneboom
, L. Fossion
Department of Urology, Maxima Medical Center, Veldhoven, Netherlands
17 IMPACT OF AGE AS EPIDEMIOLOGICAL FACTOR ON THE OUTCOME OF NON MUSCLE INVASIVE BLADDER CANCER: ABOUT 472 CASES
S. Sallami
, S. Ben Rhouma, M. Chelif, S. Rebai, K. Cherif, M. Hmidi, N. Berrais, Y. Nouira, A. Horchani
Department of Urology, La Rabta Hospital-University, Tunis, Tunisia
18
REPEATED TRANSURETHRAL RESECTION AND INTRAVESICAL BCG FOR EXTENSIVE SUPERFICIAL TRANSITIONAL CELL CARCINOMA OF THE BLADDER: A REPORT OF 106 CASES
S. Sallami
, S. Ben Rhouma, A. Dahmani, M. Tanguour, M. Cherif, M. Hmidi, N.E. Kchir, Y. Nouira, N. Berrais,
A. Horchani
Department of Urology & Pathology, La Rabta Hospital-University, Tunis, Tunisia
                                              
Topic: BPH
 
19 LASER VAPORIZATION OF THE PROSTATE: INTERMEDIATE-TERM FOLLOW-UP WITH THE 200W HIGH-INTENSITY DIODE (HIDI) LASER SYSTEM
G. Bonkat
, M. Rieken, C.A. Rentsch, S. Wyler, T. Gasser, A. Bachmann                 
University Hospital Basel, Department of Urology, Basel, Switzerland
20 WHY THERE IS NO DECREASE OF PROSTATE VOLUME AFTER Α1-ANTAGONISTS TREATMENT IN BPH PATIENTS?
T. Drewa
, L. Pokrywka, Z. Wolski, B. Misterek, J. Styczynski, R. Debski
Department of General, Oncologic and Pediatric Urology, Nicolaus Copernicus University, Skłodowskiej, Poland
21 THE EFFICACY OF TURP IN BPH PATIENT LARGER THAN 80 G IN SIZE
H.G. Kim
, M.K. Jo, J. Hong, H.-W. Lee, Y.T. Kim, H. Jeong, S.I. Seo, S.S. Jeon, S.J. Yoon, J.Y. Kang, S.-S. Byun   
Department of Urology, Konkuk University Hospital, Seoul, Korea
22 CLINICALLY RELEVANT SYMPTOM AND QOL IMPROVEMENT REGARDLESS OF BASELINE SYMPTOM SEVERITY: COMBAT STUDY RESULTS
T. Lebret
, F. Zattoni, J.L. Martinez de Lizarduy, A. von Stauffenberg, T. Wilson, L. Black, S. Mosolits, R. Castro            
CMC Foch, Service d’Urologie, Suresnes, France
23 EFFECTS OF DECREASING PROSTATE VOLUME ON KOREAN PROSTATIC HYPERTROPHY PATIENTS FROM THE USE OF DUTASTERIDE ACCORDING TO THE PROSTATE VOLUME BEFORE THE DUTASTERIDE ADMINISTRATION AND THE PATIENT’S AGE
S.K. Min
, M.J. Lee, S.H. Seol, Y.H. Jang, C.S. Ryu                   
Department of Urology, National Police Hospital, Seoul, Korea
24 PRESERVATION OF ANTEGRADE EJACULATION IN SYMPTOMATIC BPH PATIENTS THAT ARE BELOW 50 YEARS
M.K. Moslemi
, H. Saqhafi, P. Azadegan, A.H. Shokravi, S.M. Moosavi Movahhed, S.A. Tahvildar, R. Tahimi, P. Bekianian Vasiri, M. Morad Khani       
Urology Department, Qom Medical Sciences University, Qom, Iran
25 LOWER URINARY TRACT SYMPTOMS & RELATED QUALITY OF LIFE IN THE AGING MALE – A 3 YEAR UK EXPERIENCE
A. Muneer
, A. Blacklock
Department of Urology, University Hospitals of Coventry & Warwickshire (UHCW), Coventry, UK
26 LASER VAPORIZATION OF THE PROSTATE WITH THE 80-W KTP LASER VS THE 120-W HIGH PERFORMANCE SYSTEM - A COMPARISON
M. Rieken
, C. Rentsch, S. Wyler, C. Abe, G. Bonkat, T. Gasser, A. Bachmann             
Department of Urology, University Hospital Basel, Basel, Switzerland
27 LONG-TERM RESULTS OF TRANSURETHRAL KTP- LASER VAPORIZATION OF THE PROSTATE
M. Rieken
, S. Wyler, C. Rentsch, C. Abe, G. Bonkat, T. Gasser, A. Bachmann             
Department of Urology, University Hospital Basel, Basel, Switzerland
28 THE EFFECTS OF RISK FACTORS OF THE METABOLIC SYNDROME ON RESPONSE OF LUTS TO ALPHA-BLOCKERS: A PROSPECTIVE STUDY ABOUT 120 PATIENTS
S. Sallami
, S. Ben Rhouma, M. Chelif, K. Cherif, M. Hmidi, S. Rebai, N. Berrais, A. Horchani
Department of Urology, La Rabta Hospital-University, Tunis, Tunisia
29 EFFECTS OF A SINGLE INTRAPROSTATIC INJECTION OF BOTULINUM TOXIN TYPE A IN FRAIL ELDERLY PATIENTS WITH BENIGN PROSTATIC ENLARGEMENT
J. Silva
, R. Pinto, F. Botelho, R. Oliveira, T. Carvalho, C. Silva, P. Dinis, F. Cruz
Department of Urology, Hospital de S. Joao, Porto, Portugal
30 EFFECTS ON OBJECTIVE AND SUBJECTIVE PARAMETERS AND SEXUAL ACTIVITY OF INTRAPROSTATIC INJECTION OF BOTULINUM TOXIN TYPE A IN PATIENTS WITH BENIGN PROSTATIC ENLARGEMENT (BPE) AND LUTS REFRACTORY TO STANDARD MEDICAL THERAPY
J. Silva
, R. Pinto, T. Carvalho, F. Botelho, P. Silva, C. Silva, P. Dinis, F. Cruz
Department of Urology, Hospital de S. Joao, Porto Portugal
31 CLINICALLY RELEVANT SYMPTOM AND QOL IMPROVEMENT WITH DUTASTERIDE PLUS TAMSULOSIN: 2-YEAR DATA FROM THE COMBAT STUDY
C. Terrone
, O. Haillot, A. Serrano, T. Wilson, L. Black, S. Mosolits, R. Castro               
Department of Urology, Azienda Ospedaliera Maggiore della Caritא, Novara, Italy
                          
Topic: General
 
32 REMOVAL OF DISTAL URETER IN UPPER TRACT TCC A CONTROVERSY
S.B.P.K. Aluru
, P. Menezes, N. Vasdev, P. Johnson, T. Armitage, P. Richmond
Sunderland Royal Hospital, Sunderland, UK 
33 INTRAPROSTATIC ARTERIAL HAEMODYNAMICS OF THE PROSTATE IN PATIENTS WITH INFLAMMATORY CHRONIC PELVIC PAIN SYNDROME
I. Belousov
, M. Kogan, A. Shangichev
Rostov State Medical University, Rostov on Don, Russia
34 A NEW SURGICAL TECHNIQUE OF URETEROCUTANEOSTOMY: SIDE-TO-SIDE URETEROURETERAL AND URETEROCUTANEOUS ANASTOMOSIS WITH V-SHAPED FLAP
F. Berkmen
                                   
Ankara Oncology Education & Research Hospital, Ankara, Turkey
35 BILATERAL TESTICULAR TUMOURS
F. Berkmen
, A.F. Peker                               
Ankara Oncology Education & Research Hospital & Gulhane Military Medical Academy, Ankara, Turkey
36 PRIMARY PENILE CARCINOMA
F. Berkmen
, A.F. Peker                               
Ankara Oncology Education & Research Hospital & Gulhane Military Medical Academy, Ankara, Turkey
37 CLOSED SUCTION DRAINS: HOW THEY REALLY WORK, AND HOW THEIR USE CAN BE IMPROVED
M.M. Garcia
, B. Eisner, B. Cordon, M.L. Stoller
Department of Urology, University of California San Francisco, San Francisco, CA., USA
38 ACUTE TESTICULAR TORSION: RISK FACTOR FOR ANTISPERM ANTIBODIES?
B. Graca
, M. Franco, M. Ferreira Coelho                          
Hospital Fernando Fonseca, Amadora, Portugal
39 THE RELEVANCE OF COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY TO CLINICAL OUTCOME IN UPPER URINARY TRACT DISORDERS RELATED TO MALIGNANCY: COMPARING IMPRESSIONS OF COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY WITH DIAGNOSIS CONFIRMED BY URETEROSCOPY OR NEPHROURETERECTOMY
S.J. Hong
, Y.H. Lee, D.S. Kim, H.S. Yu, Y.T. Oh                    
Department of Urology, Urological Science Institute and Brain & Project for Medical Sciences, Yonsei University College of medicine, Seoul, Korea
40 "RETROPERITONEUM: IS THERE A LIMIT FOR UROLOGY?” RETROPERITONEAL SARCOMAS IN A UROLOGIC DEPARTMENT
B. Jorge Pereira
, L. Sousa, P. Azinhais, P. Conceicao, R. Borges, R.N. Leao, L. Brandao Ferreira, P. Temido, E. Retroz, L. Cristo, M. Fonseca Santos, F. Sobral
Urology Department, Centro Hospitalar de Coimbra, Coimbra, Portugal
41 CIRCUMCISION UND PREPUCIAL PLASTY - THE PARENT´S VIEW
M. Kohl
, S.Turial, A. Trensch, M. Dziuba, F. Schier
Clinic of Pediatric Surgery, Klinikum der Johannes-Gutenberg-Universitaet, Mainz Germany
42 RELATIONSHIP OF TESTICULAR VOLUME TO BMI, SEMEN PROFILE AND SERUM HORMONE LEVELS IN FERTILE KOREAN MALE
S.K. Min
, J.W. Lim, S.H. Seoul, Y.H. Jang, C.S. Ryu, M.K. Kim                 
Department of Urology, National Police Hospital, Seoul, Korea
43 FOURNIER’S GANGRENE – SIXTEEN-YEAR EXPERIENCE
R. Pinto
, T. Lopes, J. Silva, C. Silva, F. Cruz
Department of Urology, Hospital de S. Joao, Porto, Portugal
44 INITIAL EXPERIENCE IN LAPAROSCOPIС SIMULTANEOUS OPERATION IN ENDOUROLOGY
O.V. Teodorovitch
, N.B. Zabrodina, E.A. Gallyamov, M. F. Dzhafar-Zade                               
Russian Medical Academy of Postgraduate Education, Moscow, Russia
                            
Topic: Erectile Dysfunction
 
45 CAN HERB RESCUE THE ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION? A RAT MODEL ABOUT THE POLYPHENOLICS-RICH PSIDIUM GUAJAVA BUDDING LEAF EXTRACT REVERSING THE DIABETES-INDUCED FUNCTIONAL IMPAIRMENT OF CAVERNOSAL SMOOTH MUSCLE RELAXATION
K.-C. Chen
, C.-C. Peng
Taipei Medical University Shuang Ho Hospital, Taipei Medical University, Taipei, Taiwan
46 ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION OF VASCULAR CAUSE - STATISTICAL EVALUATION ON THE PLURIMETABOLIC SYNDROME’S RISK FACTORS AND THEIR CORRELATION WITH PENILE ECO-DOPPLER RATES
M. Ferreira Coelho
, P. Bargão Santos
Urology Department, Hospital Fernando Fonseca, Lisbon, Portugal
47 EFFECT OF SEXUAL ACTIVITY ACCORDING TO VOIDING PATTERN IN SPINAL CORD INJURY PATIENTS
K.S. Lee
, K.H. Kim, Y.J. Seo, J.S. Park, C.I. Kim
Dongguk University Hospital, Seokjnag-Dong, Gyeongju, Korea
48 PREVALENCE & EXTENT OF SEXUAL PROBLEMS ON SELF ASSESSMENT IN A POPULATION OF AGING MEN – A 3 YEAR UK EXPERIENCE
A. Muneer
, A. Blacklock
Department of Urology, University Hospitals of Coventry & Warwickshire (UHCW), Coventry, UK
49 DO VASCULAR RISK FACTORS CORRELATE WITH PENILE DUPLEX PARAMETERS?
N. Tomada
, I. Tomada, F. Botelho, P. Vendeira
Department of Urology of Hospital S. João, Porto, Portugal
50 QUANTITATIVE STUDY OF ANGIOPOIETINS AND TIE-2 EXPRESSION IN HUMAN ERECTILE TISSUE DURING AGEING BY REAL-TIME PCR
N. Tomada
, A. Figueiredo, A. Lúcia Cordeiro, A. Rodrigues, A. Gouveia, H. Almeida, D. Neves
Faculty of Medicine of Universidade do Porto, Porto, Portugal
51 VASCULITIS IN PENILE LICHEN SCLEROSUS IS COMMON AND INDICATES DISEASE ACTIVITY
S. Regauer
                                   
Institute of Pathology, Medical University Graz, Graz, Austria
            
                                 
Topic: Infection
 
52 HAEMORRHAGIC FEVER WITH RENAL SYNDROME – THE ROLE OF UROLOGIST IN THE DIAGNOSIS, TREATEMENT AND FOLLOW UP
O. Durutovic
, N. Bojanic, A. Kezic, T. Jemcov, S. Micic
Institute for Urology and Nephrology, Belgrade, Serbia
53 THE URINARY TRACT INFECTION IN CHILDREN ON CONTINUOUS AMBULATORY PERITONEAL DIALYSIS AND ITS ANTIMICROBIAL RESISTANCE PATTERN
F. Fallah
, A. Moradi, G. Eslami, M. Sharifian, S. Rafiee Tabatabaei, M.A. Malekan, M. Golshani              
Department of Microbiology, School of Medicine, Shaheed Beheshti University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, Iran
54 MANAGEMENT OF LARGE PROSTATIC ABSCESS ASSOCIATED WITH URETHRAL STENOSIS AND PENILE CANCER RECURRENCE
A. Galosi
, G. Parri, V. Lacetera, G. Muzzonigro                        
Department of Urology, Azienda Ospedali Riuniti, Ancona, Italy
55 CLINICAL STUDIES ON POSTCOITAL HEMATURIA WITHOUT BLOODY EJACULATE
S.J. Kim
, S.H. Lee, S.I. Kim, H.S. Ahn, Y.S. Kim                    
Department of Urology, Ajou University School of Medicine, Suwon, Korea
56 THE INFLAMMATORY INFILTRATE IN PENILE LS CONTAINS LYMPHOCYTES WITH MONOCLONALLY REARRANGED T-CELL-RECEPTOR-GAMMA-CHAIN GENE (TCR-GAMMA)
S. Regauer
, C. Beham-Schmid                               
Institute of Pathology, Medical University Graz, Graz, Austria
                                                  
Topic: Incontinence
 
57 PATIENT EXPECTED GOAL ACHIEVEMENT AFTER MIDURETHRAL SLING PROCEDURE FOR FEMALE STRESS URINARY INCONTINENCE
M.-S. Choo
, K.-S. Lee                                
Asan Medical Center, University of Ulsan, Seoul, South Korea
58 ENHANCING OUTCOMES OF SUBURETHRAL SLING OPERATIONS IN MALES BY USING SUBURATHRAL INJECTIONS OF HYALURONIC ACID
J. Neymeyer
, W. Abdul-Wahab Al-Ansari, S. Kassin, T. Wolfing, A. Behm, M. Beer
Department of Urology and Urogynecology, Franziskus-Hospital-Berlin, Berlin, Germany
59 TiLOOP® MALE SLING: A NEW TREATMENT OPTION TO IMPROVE MALE STRESS URINARY INCONTINENCE SIGNIFICANTLY
J. Neymeyer
, W. Abdul-Wahab Al-Ansari, S. Kassin, T. Wolfing, A. Behm, M. Beer
Department of Urology and Urogynecology, Franziskus-Hospital-Berlin, Berlin, Germany
60 A NEW MINI-SLING FOR THE TREATMENT OF FEMALE STRESS URINARY INCONTINENCE: SHORT TERM EXPERIENCE
R. Oliveira
, P. Silva, F. Botelho, P. Dinis, F. Cruz
Department of Urology, Hospital de São João, Porto, Portugal
61 MINI-ARC SLING FOR STRESS INCONTINENCE: EFFICACY AND IMPACT ON QOL AFTER 6 MONTHS
S. Pringle
, D. De Ridder,  
Department of Urology, University Hospitals KU Leuven, Leuven, Belgium
62 
INTRAOPERATIVE AND POSTOPERATIVE COMPLICATIONS OF TENSION FREE VAGINAL TAPE (TVT)
E.A. Rijo Mora
, O. Bielsa Gali, J.A. Lorente Garin, A. Frances Comalat, R. Carreras Collado, G. Nohales Taurines,
O. Arango Toro              
Department of Urology & Department of Gynecology, Hospital del Mar, Barcelona, Spain
                  
Topic: Kidney Cancer
 
63 INCREASED LEVELS OF SERUM FIBRINOGEN IN PATIENTS WITH RENAL CELL CARCINOMA MAY BE ASSOCIATED WITH POOR TUMOR CHARACTERISTICS AND SURVIVAL: PRELIMINARY OUTCOMES OF A PILOT STUDY
A.S. Amasyali
, K. Onem, O. Sanli, T. Akman, F. Ozcan, T. Esen, C. Ozsoy
Istanbul University Istanbul Faculty of Medicine Department of Urology, Istanbul, Turkey
64 RESVERALTROL INHIBITS CXCR4 MEDIATED TUMOR GROWTH AND MIGRATION OF HUMAN KIDNEY CANCER CELL IN VITRO AND IN VIVO
S.J. Hong
, S.J. Yoon, K.S. Cho, Y.H. Lee, D.S. Kim                    
Department of Urology, Urological Science Institute, and Brain & Project for Medical Sciences, Yonsei University College of Medicine, Seoul, South Korea
65 SINGLE PORT LAPAROSCOPY NEPHRECTOMY AND ADRENALECTOMY: INITIAL EXPERIENCE WITH MULTICHANNEL TROCAR
S. Gidaro
, L. Cindolo, L. Schips                           
Dipartimento di Scienze Chirurgiche, Università G.D'Annunzio Chieti-Pescara & U.O. Urologia Ospedale S.Pio Vasto, Chieti, Italy
66  DELAYED BLEEDING AFTER PARTIAL NEPHRECTOMY AN UNDERREPORTED PHENOMENON?
N.D. Kitrey
, U. Rimon, M. Laufer, Z.A. Dotan, J. Ramon, A. Nadu                 
Sheba Medical Center, Tel-Hashomer, Tel Aviv, Israel
67  PATTERN OF PROGRESSION AFTER ANTI-ANGIOGENIC THERAPY IN ADVANCED RENAL CELL CANCER
A. Sella
, S. Kovel, R. Weitzen, N. Yarom                       
Department of Oncology, Asaf Harofe Medical Center & Chiba Medical Center, Zerifin, Israel
68  CYSTIC RENAL CELL CARCINOMA – CURRENT STATE OF KNOWLEDGE: DIAGNOSTIC AND THERAPEUTIC PROTOCOL ACCORDING TO EVIDENCE BASED MEDICINE DATA
P. Weibl
, J. Breza                               
Department of Urology, University Hospital Petrzalka, Bratislavia, Slovakia
69  PROGNOSTIC IMPORTANCE OF CYSTIC COMPONENT IN RENAL TUMORS: CYSTIC COMPONENT OF THE SOLID TUMOR DEFINED HISTOLOGICALLY AND COMPLEX RENAL CYST RADIOLOGICALLY SEEMS TO BE A RELIABLE PARAMETER FOR PREDICTING FAVOURABLE HISTOLOGY
P. Weibl
, M. Letkovicova, M. Obsitnik, I. Lutter, B. Kollarik

Department of Urology, University Hospital Petrzalka, Bratislavia, Slovakia
                               
Late arrivals
 
Topic: Bladder Cancer
 
70 SIX YEARS EXPERIENCE WITH UROVYSION™ TEST FOR DIAGNOSIS AND FOLLOW-UP OF UROTHELIAL CANCER
M. Seveso
, D. Abettio, A. Venci, G. Gitaverna, G. Giusti, A. Benetti, A. Piccinelli, P. Graziotti
Department of Urology, Istituto Clinico Humanitas, Milan, Italy
                                  
Topic: Erectile Dysfunction
 

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OUR EXPERIENCE IN CORPOROPLICATION ON AN OUTPATIENT BASIS
M. Seveso
, G. Taverna, G. Giusti, A. Benetti, O. Maugeri, P. Graziotti, A. Piccinelli,  
Department of Urology, Istituto Clinico Humanitas, Milan, Italy
                                
Topic: Kidney Cancer
 

72

ANALYSIS OF THE PRESENTATION FORM AS A PROGNOSTIC FACTOR OF SYMPTOMATIC RCC
M. Del Canto
, E.A. Rijo Mora, L. Fumadó, G. Nohales, J. Antonio Lorente, O. Bielsa, O. Arango
Department of Urology, Hospital del Mar, Barcelona Spain
73 THE IMPORTANCE OF TNM CLASSIFICATION ON THE CANCER SPECIFIC SURVIVAL IN INTRACAPSULAR RENAL CELL CARCINOMA T2
 M. Del Canto
, E.A. Rijo Mora, L. Fumadó, G. Nohales, A. Francés, O. Bielsa, O. Arango
Department of Urology, Hospital del Mar, Barcelona Spain
74 LONG-TERM USE OF SORAFENIB (SOR) IN METASTATIC RENAL CELL CARCINOMA (MCCRCC) PREVIOUSLY TREATED WITH SYSTEMIC THERAPY
A. Gernone
, V. Pagliarulo, G. Troccoli, M. Battaglia 
Unit of Medical Oncology, Bari, Italy

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