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ALPHA PARTICLE-BASED BRACHYTHERAPY CAN ABOLISH SOLID MALIGNANT TUMORS AND ELIMINATE METASTASES BY ENFORCING ANTI-TUMOR IMMUNITY
Y. Keisari1, A. Popovtzer2, I. Kelson3
1Clinical Microbiology and Immunology, Tel Aviv University, Israel
2Head and Neck Tumor Unit, Davidoff Cancer Center, Beilinson Hospital, Israel
3School of Physics and Astronomy, Sackler Faculty of Exact Sciences,, Tel Aviv university, Israel
2
BIOMARKERS OF IMMUNE-ONCOLOGY (IO) THERAPY IN UROLOGIC MALIGNANCIES
Z. Gatalica, I. Rose, K. Poorman, J. Xiu
Pathology, Caris Life Sciences, USA
3
FURTHER STUDIES IDENTIFICATING LOW OXYGEN TOLERATING BACTERIA IN PROSTATE SECRETIONS OF CANCER PATIENTS: EXAMINATION OF ND THERAPEUTIC RELEVANCE
T. Oliver1, F. Chinegwundoh2, S. Prasher3, M. Wilks4
1Directors Office, Barts Cancer Institute, UK
2Department of Urology, Barts Health, UK
3Urology, Barts Health, UK
4Department of Microbiology, Barts Health, UK
4
DETECTION OF PROSTATE CANCER IN URINE SAMPLES AFTER DRE USING CELLDETECT™ -  A NOVEL STAINING METHOD
D. Leibovici1, A. Shtabsky2, J. Modai1, K. Gueta-Mishtein3, I. Shpunt1, Y. Avda1, Y. Shilo1, U. Lindner1
1Urology, Kaplan Medical Center, Israel
2Institue of Pathology, Tel-Aviv Medical Center, Israel
3R&D, Micromedic Technologies ltd., Israel
5
NUMMERICAL SIMULATION MODELING OF THE IRREVERSIBLE ELECTROPORATION TREATMENT ZONE FOR FOCAL THERAPY OF PROSTATE CANCER, CORRELATION WITH WHOLE-MOUNT PATHOLOGY AND MULTIPARAMETRIC MRI
M. Scheltema1, T. O’Brien2, W. Van Den Bos4, D. De Bruin1,5, R. Davalos2, C. Van Der Geld7, R. Neal2, P. Stricker7,
I. Varkarakis, A. Skolarikos, M. Laguna9,10, T. De Reijke1, C. Arena2, J. De La Rosette9,10
1Department of Urology, Academic Medical Center, Amsterdam, Netherlands
2Department of Biomedical Engineering and Mechanics, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA, USA.
5Department of Biomedical Engineering and Physics, AMC University Hospital, Amsterdam, Netherlands
6Department of Engineering, Technical University Eindhoven, Eindhoven, Netherlands
7Department of Urology, St. Vincent’s Prostate Cancer Centre, Sydney, Australia.
82nd Department of Urology, University of Athens, Sismanoglio General Hospital,  Greece
9AMC University Hospital, Amsterdam, the Netherlands
10Department of Urology, Istanbul Medipol University, Istanbul, Turkey
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ONCOLOGICAL OUTCOMES OF IRREVERSIBLE ELECTROPORATION (NANOKNIFE) FOR LOCALISED CLINICALLY SIGNIFICANT PROSTATE CANCER
P. Stricker1,2, M. Scheltema1,2, A. Blazevski1,2, W. van den Bos1,2, B. Yuen1,2, J. Thompson1,2, A.M. Haynes1,2, N. Masand1,2,
T. Cusick1,2
1St. Vincent's Prostate Cancer Centre, St. Vincent's Hospital, Australia
2Kinghorn Cancer Centre, Garvan Institute of Medical Research, Australia
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SURGICAL OUTCOME OF SIMULTANEOUS SURGERY OF LAPAROSCOPIC RADICAL PROSTATECTOMY AND LAPAROSCOPIC INGUINAL HERNIA REPAIR
K. Aikawa1,2, H. Abe1,2, A. Ochi1, K. Suzuki1, N. Shiga1, T. Kimura2, S. Egawa2
1Urology, Kameda Medical Center, Japan
2Urology, Jikei University School of Medicine, Japan
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PREDICTIVE VALUE OF 68 GA-PSMA PET AND MULTIPARAMETRIC MRI FOR THE PRESENCE OF CLINICALLY SIGNFICANT PROSTATE CANCER ON HISTOPATHOLOGY. DOES 68 GA-PSMA PET ADD VALUE?
P. Stricker1, 2, 6, J. Chang1,2, M. Sheltema1,2,3, P. van Leeuwen1,2, A. Blazevski1,2, Q. Nguyen1, B. Ho4, W. Delprado5,
J. Lee4, T. Cusick1, A. Spriensma3, Y. Carlo6, K. Raj6, H. George7, G. O'Neill6, L. Emmett1,4
1Kinghorn Cancer Centre, Garvan Institute of Medical Research, Australia
2St. Vincents Prostate Cancer Centre, St. Vincent Hospital, Australia
3University of Amsterdam, Academic Medical Centre, The Netherlands
4St. Vincents Hospital Nuclear Medicine and PET Department, St Vincents Hospital, Australia
5Douglas Hanly Moir Pathology, DHM Pathology, Australia
6St. Vincents Clinic, St. Vincents Hospital, Australia
7Genesis Cancer Care, St. Vincents Hospital, Australia
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INTEROBSERVER AGREEMENT OF THE ESTIMATED TUMOR CONTACT SURFACE AREA NEPHROMETRY SCORING SYSTEM
A. Lask, J. Gal, G. Verchovsky, A. Zisman, M. Haifler
Urology, Shamir Medical center, Israel
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CONTACT SURFACE AREA PREDICTS POST NEPHRON SPARING SURGERY RENAL FUNCTION DECLINE IN LOW SURGICAL COMPLEXITY TUMORS
E. Kord1, Y. Rappaport1, A. Zisman1,2, M. Haifler1,2
1Urology, Shamir Medical center, Israel
2Sackler school of Medicine, Tel-Aviv University, Israel
11
T CELL RECEPTOR (TCR) REPERTOIRE AND DEVELOPMENT OF METASTASES IN RENAL CELL CARCINOMA (RCC)
M. Gadot1, M. Gal4, Z. Dotan2, J. Ramon2, M. Laufer2, R. Berger1, E. Fridman3, R. Leibowitz-Amit1
1Medical Oncology, Sheba Medical Center, Israel
2Urology, Sheba Medical Center, Israel
3Pathology, Sheba Medical Center, Israel
4Basic Sciences, Bar Ilan University, Israel
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UTILIZATION OF CELLDETECT® IN BLADDER CANCER DIAGNOSIS AND RECURRENCE: A PROSPECTIVE COMPARISON WITH URINE CYTOLOGY AND UROVYSION FISH
K. Gueta-Milshtein1, P. Idelevich2, P. Iorga3, M. Curran3
1R&D, Micromedic Technologies Ldt., Israel
2USA – Micromedic consultant, Prescient Pharma LLC, USA
3Urology, Greater Boston Urology, USA
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CORTISOL LEVELS RESPONSE DURING ACUTE RENAL COLIC
A. Tamimi1, Y. Rappaport1, E. Kord1, R. Abu Hamad2, S. Efrati2, R. Kenett2, A. Zisman1, Y. Siegel1
1Urology, Assaf Harofeh Medical Center, Israel
2Nephrology, Assaf Harofeh Medical Center, Israel
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NOLIX-A NOVEL DEVICE TO TREAT STRESS URINARY INCONTINENCE – A PILOT STUDY
B. Friedman1, A. Kaploun1, E. Bercovich2, J. Atad2
1Urology, Lady Davis Carmel medical center, Israel
2Urology, Gynamics LTD, Israel
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HYPOSPADIAS AND RITUAL CIRCUMCISION
M. Weingarten1, J. Stock1,2
1Icahn School of Medicine, The Mount Sinai Hospital, USA
2Department of Urology, The Mount Sinai Hospital, USA
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HYPERBARIC OXYGEN THERAPY FOR PEDIATRIC "HYPOSPADIAS CRIPPLE" – EVALUATING THE ADVANTAGES REGARDING GRAFT-TAKE
G. Verhovsky1, Y. Rappaport1, N. Bush3, W. Snodgrass3, E. Lang2, S. Efrati2, A. Zisman1, A. Neheman1
1Urology, Shamir Medical Center, Zerifin, Israel. Affiliated to Sackler School of Medicine, Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, Israel
2Hyperbaric oxygen, Shamir Medical Center, Zerifin, Israel. Affiliated to Sackler School of Medicine, Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, Israel
3Urology, PARC Urology, Frisco, Texas, USA
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URETERAL STENT COLONIZATION AND URINARY TRACT INFECTION IN CHILDREN UNDERGOING MINIMALLY INVASIVE PYELOPLASTY
A. Tamimi1, A. Darawshe2, I. Leibovitch2, A. Zisman1, G. Goltzman3, A. Neheman1
1Urology, Assaf Harofe Medical center, Israel
2urology, Meir Medical center, Israel
3Infectious diseases, Assaf Harofe Medical center, Israel