CORSO Carcinoma vescicale non muscolo invasivo : qualità del trattamentoendoscopico

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Abstract

[automatically translated] Although transurethral resection (TURBT) represents the standard for the diagnosis, staging and initial treatment of bladder cancer, its effectiveness remains limited to date due to several inherent limitations to the same procedure. The main limitations of oncology TURBT are represented by - violation of en bloc excision of the tumor, -inefficacia against flat lesions or unrecognizable endoscopically, -incompletezza resection. The quality of the technical execution of the resection in the absence of standards and teaching programs appropriate is reduced in many clinical settings. Consequently, the TURBT is associated with a high rate of residual disease, pathological substaging and short-term disease recurrence. The course aims to revalue TURBT through a review of the indications, the technical rules as well as the delivery mode all'anatomo pathologist of tissue samples taken. L 'analysis of complications and suggestions for their minimization will constitute one of the main objectives of the course. The course will be conducted with constant reference to video clips that illustrate all the possible scenarios in which endoscopic resection is at stake including the use of new technologies such as bipolar resection, resection fluorescence (PDD) and technical NB and SPICE. L 'analysis of complications and suggestions for their minimization will constitute one of the main objectives of the course. The course will be conducted with constant reference to video clips that illustrate all the possible scenarios in which endoscopic resection is at stake including the use of new technologies such as bipolar resection, resection fluorescence (PDD) and technical NB and SPICE. L 'analysis of complications and suggestions for their minimization will constitute one of the main objectives of the course. The course will be conducted with constant reference to video clips that illustrate all the possible scenarios in which endoscopic resection is at stake including the use of new technologies such as bipolar resection, resection fluorescence (PDD) and technical NB and SPICE.
Original languageItalian
Pages9-9
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - 2014

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