Wednesday, May 4, 2011

EAU 2011 - Renal Cancer Highlights

 Conference Coverage

EAU 2011 Congress

Partial and radical nephrectomy for pT1 renal cell carcinoma: Results of the SATURN project

Presented by Giacomo Novara
Read Highlight by Christian Doehn

Prognostic factors in chromophobe renal cell carcinoma: Results from a retrospective multicenter series

Presented by Alessandro Volpe
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Nephrectomy improves overall survival in patients with metastatic renal cell carcinoma in cases of favourable MSKCC or ECOG prognostic features

Presented by Maxime Crépel
Read Highlight by Christian Doehn

Treatment management of T1A renal cell carcinoma in the 21st century: A population-based analysis

Presented by Maxine Sun
Read Highlight by Christian Doehn

Perioperative, oncological and functional outcomes of laparoscopic renal cryoablation and open partial nephrectomy: A matched pair analysis

Presented by Tobias Klatte
Read Highlight by Christian Doehn

Complications of the laparoscopic vs. the open techniques in patients with non-metastatic renal cell carcinoma (RCC) treated with partial or radical nephrectomy: A population-based analysis of the United States

Presented by Maxine Sun
Read Highlight by Christian Doehn

Multi-institutional analysis of robotic assisted partial nephrectomy for clinical stage 1B renal tumors: Perioperative outcomes in 445 patients

Presented by Firas G. Petros
Read Highlight by Christian Doehn

Prognostic role of histologic subtype in renal cell carcinoma: Results from the SATURN project

Presented by Giacomo Novara
Read Highlight by Christian Doehn

Simple enucleation vs. standard partial nephrectomy in the treatment of T1N0M0 RCC: Analysis of the SATURN dataset

Presented by Giacomo Novara
Read Highlight by Christian Doehn

Head-to-head comparison of the most relevant integrated prognostic systems predicting cancer-specific survival in clear cell renal cell carcinoma

Presented by Vincenzo Ficarra
Read Highlight by Christian Doehn
EAU 2011
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