Introduction by the moderator
Hanno Hoppe, Berne / CH
Patient selection and assessment
Tiago Bilhim, Lisbon / PT
1. To learn about the assessment methods and grading systems for prostate outflow obstruction.2. To learn about consent and who are the optimal patients for treatments.3. To understand which patients should not be primarily treated with prostate embolisation.
Anatomy, imaging and planning
Charles Tapping, Oxford / UK
1. To become familiar with the normal anatomy and blood supply of the prostate gland.2. To learn about the pre-procedural imaging methodologies.3. To understand pre-procedural planning, including blood and drug management.
Atilla Kovács, Lübeck / DE
1. To become familiar with the standard equipment required for prostate embolisation.2. To learn about the techniques for selective cannulation of the prostate arteries.3. To understand the role of dyna CT, and tricks and tips for embolisation.
Outcome and results from trials
Florian Wolf, Vienna / AT
1. To understand the technical success.2. To become familiar with short and long term clinical success, and how it compares with medical and surgical techniques.3. To be aware of the complications.
Live Q&A: New developments in managing benign prostatic disease
Department of Interventional Radiology, Saint Louis Hospital and Curry Cabral Hospital (CHULC); Nova Medical School
Oxford, United Kingdom×
Clinic for diagnostic and intervention Radiology and Neuroradiology, MediClin Robert Janker Klinik
2000 Graduation from Medical University Vienna 2008 Board Certification as Radiologist in Vienna since 2013 Vice Director of the Division of Cardiovascular & Interventional Radiology, Medical University of Vienna