Directors: Kris Maes, Francisco Mascarenhas
UROLOGICAL CANCER SESSION
The landscape of urological cancer with regards to diagnosis and management of the disease has undergone significant changes over the past decade.
Innovative imaging modalities available today provide opportunities to increase both diagnostic and prognostic accuracy and to improve treatment planning strategies.
The introduction of robotic surgery has greatly improved quality of care and clinical outcomes.
In addition, the use of emerging technologies in the field of radiotherapy and radio-immunotherapy, that provide an improved ability to precisely target and deliver radiation, has been rapidly expanding and evolving.