|Male Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms (LUTS) / Voiding Dysfunction
|Male lower urinary tract symptoms Older men Urodynamics
|Urology, Conservative Management
Aims and Objectives
This workshop has been carefully designed for urologists who are already working in the field of functional urology and seek to improve their clinical skills at managing storage-dominant lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS) in the elderly male. It is designed as an intermediate level course. The 90-minute workshop features four lectures designed to cover critical aspects of a risk-based clinical pathway, urodynamics findings and decision-making, guidelines recommendations with limitations of evidence, and the approach in men with geriatric neuro-urological disorders. Of note, a full 50 minutes have been allocated to audience interactions and case-based discussions.
The program is backed by a global, diverse, and experienced faculty.
- Take informed decisions with regard to the management of storage-dominant LUTS in older men
- Apply invasive testing appropriately in storage-dominant older men
- Recognize the limitations of current evidence and guidelines with regard to storage-dominant LUTS in older men