E³ - Advanced Course: Gynaecology/Genitourinary Imaging

E³ 2332 - Renal masses

July 17, 09:30 - 11:00 CEST

E³ 2332-1
5 min
Chairperson's introduction
Marie-France Bellin, Le Kremlin-Bicêtre / France
1. To review the treatment options for solid renal masses in frail patients.
2. To understand the role of imaging in the treatment selection and planning of small renal masses.
3. To discuss the role of focal treatment of solid renal masses.
4. To provide practical steps on how to stage renal cell carcinoma using multimodality imaging.
E³ 2332-2
20 min
Management options of renal masses in the frail patient
Grant Stewart, Cambridge / UK
1. To be able to best determine which patients with which tumours should be considered for treatment.
2. To understand the current and near-future treatment options for frail patients with a renal mass.
3. To recognise the evidence gaps.
E³ 2332-3
20 min
Focal treatment of solid renal masses
Bernhard Gebauer, Berlin / Germany
1. To review the indications of focal treatment in solid renal masses and follow-up after focal treatment.
2. To understand the techniques of focal treatment.
3. To provide practical tips, to demonstrate how I do focal treatment, and to review focal treatment complications.
E³ 2332-4
15 min
Multimodality staging of renal cell carcinoma: pearls and pitfalls
Iztok Caglic, Cambridge / UK
1. To learn how to characterise renal tumours before a biopsy.
2. To understand the evaluation of a tumour's vascularisation and complexity mandatory to plan an optimal surgery.
3. To evaluate the feasibility of percutaneous ablation while avoiding complications.
E³ 2332-5
30 min
Multidisciplinary tumour board: case-based panel discussion
Marie-France Bellin, Le Kremlin-Bicêtre / France

CME Information

This session is accredited with 1.5 CME credits.