The 5th Baltic Meeting in conjunction with the EAU (Baltic18) recognised promising research today. Congratulations are in order for the 7 awardees of the Best Poster Presentation and the Young Urologists Competition.
Young Urologists Competition
Four up-and-coming urologists presented their research yesterday during the competition, which was chaired by Dr. Teemu Murtola (FI) and Dr. Juan Luis Vásquez (DK). Today, Dr. Taavi Põdramägi (EE) was named prize winner.
During his presentation “Upper Tract Urothelial Carcinoma: Is it possible to save the kidney?”, Põdramägi concluded with recommendations from the EAU Guidelines which included “Offer kidney-sparing management to patients with solitary kidney and/or impaired renal function, providing that it will not compromise survival. This decision will have to be made on a case-by-case basis with the patient.”
Best Poster Presentation winners
Recipients of the Berlin Chemie Best Poster Winners are namely:
First Prize: Ms. Kristina Stuopelyte and colleagues (LT), Blood-circulating androgen receptor variants as markers for progression and response to treatment in prostate cancer patients.
Second Prize: Mr. Arnas Bakavicius and colleagues (LT), Epigenetic markers to overcome limitations in prostate cancer diagnostics
Third Prize: Dr. Zane Pilsetniece (LT) and colleagues (LV), The influence of specific urinary incontinence type on the quality of life of incontinent women
The prizes of the Karl Storz Best Poster go to the following awardees:
First Prize: Dr. Minija Cerskute and colleagues (LT), Laparoscopic pyeloplasty combined with flexible nephroscopy
Second Prize: Dr. Jack Donati-Bourne and colleagues (GB), Prostate resection speed in TURP – how determining is this for patients and how appropriate as a measure for assessing trainees?
Third Prize: Dr. Martin Kivi and colleagues (EE), Laparoscopic left adrenalectomy. Adrenal ganglioneuroma