Why you should attend this masterclass
Learn all laser applications in urology in this high-level masterclass, including treatment of benign prostatic obstruction, bladder and upper tract urothelial carcinoma, renal stones and urinary tract strictures. You will examine the use of contemporary laser systems such as the Holmium laser, 532-nm laser, Thulium laser, Diode laser, Neodidium and other lasers.
Fine-tune your skills by learning from live and semi-live surgeries which will provide a realistic and complete spectrum of clinical laser applications. Learn from the best as key opinion leaders share the best practices and their valuable insights.Download programme
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Selection criteria when applying for this masterclass:
The number of representatives per country is a factor in the selection.
To offer equal opportunitiy to participate in this masterclass, the number of representatives per country will be limited.
An EAU membership is mandatory.
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Application is on a first-come, first served basis.
To guarantee optimal learning, each masterclass will accommodate a maximum of 40 participants.
Priority is given to those who did not participate in a previous masterclass (this year).
What others say about this masterclass
Read the masterclass experience of Dr. Anastasia Polykarpova (RU).
Dr. Stefan Carl (DE): “The masterclass did not disappoint and completely met my expectations…The live surgeries featuring HoLEP, en-bloc resection of bladder-tumour and the operation of the ureteral-stricture, and the roundtable discussions with case presentations were very helpful for my daily routine work. All in all, it was a very good masterclass.”
Dr. John O’Kelly (IE): “I was interested to see the technique for HoLEP. The live surgeries and the description of the technique were excellent. Regular deliberations with the faculty boosted the learning experience.”
Dr. Safdar Javed (PK): “I truly enjoyed examining techniques during the live surgeries. Also the friendly and productive interaction between the faculty and participants was conducive to learning.”