At the fall American Urological Association Annual Meeting 2021, held virtually September 10-13, Vanderbilt University Medical Center researchers and clinicians presented a variety of programs — from instructional courses to lectures to satellite symposia.
Vanderbilt presentations included:
Sam Chang, M.D.
Guidelines and Beyond: Case Based Approach to Non-Muscle Invasive Bladder Cancer
Roger Dmochowski, M.D.
Crossfire Debate: Use of Desmopressin for Treatment of Nocturia in Geriatrics; New Treatment Strategies and Considerations in OAB to Improve Patient Outcomes
Duke Herrell, M.D.
Classification Systems, Levels of Autonomy and Meaningful Human Control
Melissa Kaufman, M.D.
Safety and Efficacy of Autologous Muscle Derived Cells for Urinary Sphincter Repair; Incontinence After Prostate Treatment: Role of Urinary Diversion in Patients With Multiple AUS Failures and/or Intractable BNC
Nicole Miller M.D.
Renal Access for PCNL: Tips and Tricks; Opioids in the Management of Patients with Kidney Stones
Kelvin Moses, M.D.
Controversies in the Management of High-Risk Prostate Cancer; (Instructional Course) Integrating Care for Oncology Patients: Establishing a Multidisciplinary Oncology Clinic with Advanced Therapeutics
David Penson, M.D.
Journal of Urology Lecture: The Promises and Pitfalls of Large Database Studies: Lessons for the Clinician; Symposium: Advances in Prostate Cancer: Androgen Deprivation Therapy Across the Disease Continuum; Panel Discussion: What is Your Choice of Treatment?
Kristen Scarpato, M.D.
(Instructional Course) Guidelines and Beyond: Case Based Approach to Non-Muscle Invasive Bladder Cancer
Joseph Smith, M.D.
Controversies in Urology Debate: Retzius Sparing Robotic Radical Prostatectomy