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UROLOGY GUEST SPEAKERS

PROFESORES INVITADOS UROLOGÍA

POSICIÓN ACADÉMICA

UROLOGÍA

Dr. Alejandro Rodríguez

Chief Uro&UroOncology, Dir. Robotics& MIS, Samaritan Med. Ctr., Watertown, NY. Professor and Distinguished Chair in Urology, UTSouthwestern, Dallas, Tx. Professor of Urology at Faculty of Medicine, Alexandria University, Egypt Vice-Pres. Consejo Directivo Soc. Peruana Urología. Uro. Oncólogo, CMI,ENDO, LAPA Presidente Soc. Mexicana de Urología. Adscrito IMSS, Servicio Urología, Mérida, Yucatán Dir. Wake Forest Inst., Regenerative Medicine, Prof. Depart. Urology Wake Forest U.

Dr. Allen Morey

Dr. Aly Abdel-karim

Dr. Alex Michaele Alba Pinto

Dr. Alfredo Medina Ocampo (SMU)

Dr. Anthony Atala

Dr. Antonio C. Lima Pompeo Dr. Arthur Burnett (AUA Speaker)

Prof. & Chairman, Faculdade de Med. do ABC, São Paulo Prof. & Director, Sexual Med. Program, Johns Hopkins Med. Asso. Prof. of Uro. at Ege Univ. School of Medicine, Izmir, Turkey

Dr. Burak Turna

Dr. Celeste Alston (AUCA Speaker)

Asociacion de Urologos de Centro-America y el Caribe Prof. & Chairman at UT Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas Rhodes Distinguished Prof. of Urology, UNC, Chapel Hill, NC Prof. of Uro. & Chmn, Med. Dir. Andros Men’s Health Institutes, Arnhem Presidente Sociedad Uruguaya de Urología, Director oficina Investigación CAU. Dir. Scuola di Specializzazione in Urologia dell’Università Tor Vergata. Presidente SIU Dir. Instituto Diagnóstico Urológico (IDU), Jefe Servicio Urología., Hosp. Carlos Van Buren Director, Division of Urology Dr. Arnaldo Vieira de Carvalho Cancer Inst. Sao Paulo, BZ Professor Department of Urology, University of Catania, Italy

Dr. Claus Roehrborn

Dr. Culley Carson III (SESAUA Speaker) Dr. Frans M.J. Debruyne (EAU Speaker)

Dr. Gerardo López Secchi (SUU)

Dr. Giuseppe Morgia

Dr. Giuseppe Vespasiani (SIU) Dr. Guillermo Mac Millan

Dr. Hamilton Zampolli Dr. Hernan Aponte Dr. Ingrid Perscky Dr. Jason J. Jameson Dr. Jeanette Potts Dr. Jennifer Berman Dr. Jesús Torres Aguilar

Prof. & Chairman Urology Service at Hospital de San José, Bogota Chair, GMHFoundation. President, GMHSummit, Panama. Urologist, Mayo Clinic. Board, American Society for Men's Health. CoFounder, Vista Urology& Pelvic Pain Partners, San Jose, California Director, Berman Women's Wellness Center, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA.

Past-President Soc. Mexicana de Urología. Jefe Servicio. Urología, Hosp. Juárez de Mexico Director, Center for Advanced Robotic and Laparoscopic Surgery, C.C. Ohio.

Dr. Jihad Kouk

Dr. Jorge Guiérrez A. (CAU Speaker).

Secretario Confederación Americana de Urología (CAU)

Dr. Khaled Fareed Dr. Karl Heinz Kurth Dr. Martin Miner

Ass. Prof. Surg. CWRU, Staff, Glickman Urol&Kidney Inst., Cleveland Clinic, Ohio.

Urologist, Andros Male Clinic, The Netherlands.

Clinical Ass. Prof. Family Medicine&Urology Warren Alpert Sch. of Med. Brown U. Adjunct Prof. Andrology Department at Fundacio Puigvert, Barcelona Prof. Dir. Endourology &Stone Disease Cleveland Clinic, Secretary, AUA Dir. Centro de Urología, Andrología y Med. Sexual de Baleares e Inst. Med Sexual Madrid Chairman Ege Uni. Medical Faculty Urology Dept., Past President, Turkish Urology. Ass. Dir. Robotic/Pediatric Uro, Chris Evert Children’s Hosp., Fort Lauderdale, FL. President of the Egyptian Urological Association, Pediatric Urology. Jefe de Unidad de Urologia, Dir. Centro Cirugia Roborica, INDISA, Santiago. Chairman Depart. of Urology at Tulane Medical Center, New Orleans Emeritus Professor of Urology at Fundacion Jimenez-Diaz, Madrid, Spain Director, Centers for Voiding Dysfunction. Houston Metro Uro., Houston Urólogo Titular Inst. Neuroradiología, Inst. Nacional de Rehabilitación, DF, Mexico. Medical Director, Global Robotics Institute, at Florida Hospital Celebration, FL.

Dr. Ma. Fernanda Peraza

Dr. Manoj Monga (AUA Speaker)

Dr. Mariano Roselló

Dr. Mehmet Bulent Semerci (TSU) Dr. Miguel Castellan (SIUP Speaker)

Dr. Mohamed Eissa (SEU )

Dr. Octavio Castillo

Dr. Raju Thomas (ASMH) Dr. Remigio Vela Navarrete

Dr. Ricardo González

Dr. Sergio Durán Dr. Vipul Patel

MULTISPECIALTIES SPEAKERS

MULTISPECIALIDADES POSICIÓN ACADÉMICA Prof. Dr. Aaraon Ciechanover (Nobel Laureate) Tumor and Vascular Biology Research Center at Technion Institute, Israel Dr. Adán Rios (Oncologist) Associate Prof. of Oncology at U. of Texas Health Center, Houston OTRAS ESPECIALIDADES

Dr. Alexander Romero (Cardiologist) Dr. Alexandre Kalache (Public Health) Dr. Alfredo Macharaviaya (Radiologist) Dr. Camilo Fernandez-A. (Cardiologist) Dr. Cedric Sheffield (Cardiovascular Surgeon)

Co-Chair, Intl. Longevity Ctr. (ILC) Global Alliance, President, ILC-Brazil

Colegio Medico de Panama

Director, Cardiovascular Imaging, HeartGEN Institute, Boston, MA, USA Director Cardiothoracic and Heart Transplant Surgeon, Cleveland Clinic

Dr. Daniel Wilson, Psychiatrist (APA SPEAKER) President, Western University of Health Sciences Dr. Elaine Urbina (Pediatrician)

Director, Preventive Cardiology, Cincinnati Childre's. Prof., UC Depart. of Pediatrics. Associate Professor at The University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA, USA Assistant Director of Pan American Health Organization / WHO President, Founder, CEO, The Core Model Corporation, Boston, MA, USA Director, Inst. de Investigación Cieníifica y Servicios de Alta Tecnología (INDICASAT) Assist. Prof. of Med. U. of Utah. Cardiovascular Dir. Amyloidosis Program Medical Director, Dep. of Radiation Oncology, Clev.Clinic. Maroone Cancer Ctr Associate Dean of Faculty of Medicine, U. of Panama. Internal Medicine Hospital Centro Médico Paitilla

Dr. Emily Wentzell (Anthropologist) Dr. Francisco Becerra (Public Health) Dr. Ibis Sanchez Serrano (Pharma) Dr. Jagannatha Rao (Investigador)

Dr. José Manuel Fábrega (Oncology Surgeon) Dr. Jose Nativi Nicolau (Cardiologist) Dr. John Greskovich (OncoRadiology) Dr. Jorge Sinclair (Critical Medicine) Justin P. Killian, Esq. (Bioethics) Dr. Katy Morris (Sports Med.&Orthopaedics) Robotic Bariatric Surgeon/Thoracic Surgeon TBA Dr. Marco A. González (Neurologist)

Attorney at Law Offices of Michelle Siegel, New York. Bioethics,

Director, Sports Medicine Program North Oaks, LA

Assistant Professor - Dept. of Neurological Sciences, U. of Nebraska Med. Center

Dr. Marianne Legato (Internal Medicine) Dr. Mathew Rasberry (Critical Medicine) Dr. Michael J. Thompson (Internal Medicine) Dr. Miguel Mayo (Gastroenterologist)

Professor Emerita of Clinical Medicine at Columbia University

Co-Director, Addiction and Dependency Center, U. of Tennessee Medical Center Clinical Professor, UMass Medical School, Research Chief, Adult Diabetes

Minister of Health, Ministry of Health, Republic of Panama. Director, Instituto Gorgas de especialidades de la Salud

Dr. Nestor Sosa (Infectologist) Dr. Norberto Calzada (Cardiologist)

Principal Investigator, Laboratory of Cell Signaling and Cancer, IBMB, Barcelona Invasive Cardiology, Hospital Punta Pacífica, Centro Médico Paitilla. Prof. of Med, Emory U., Director of Epidemiology and Genomic Medicine Vice Chair, Department of Radiology, Associate Professor, Harvard Medical School Director, Oncology Division at UTHMedical School, Houston, TX, USA Director, Georgia Tech/Emory Center for the Engineering of Living Tissues. TBA. Academic lecture.

Dr. Timothy M. Thomson Dr. Peter Wilson (Cardiologist) Dr. Ramin Khorasani (Radiologist)) Dr. Robert Amato (Oncologist) Dr. Robert M. Nerem (Bio-Engineeering) Dr. Richard Altieri (Bariatric Surgeon) Dr. Rogelio McKenzie (Endocrinologist) Dr. Roham Samson (Cardiologist) Prof. Shmuel PIetrovski (Molecular Genetics) Dr. Scott L. Pomeroy (Ped. Neurology) Tecno Industry Keynote R&D Speaker

Hospital Centro Médico Paitilla

Caja del Seguro Social, Hospital Centro Médico Paitilla.

Assist. Prof. Clinical Medicine, Heart and Vascular Institute, Tulane U. Ass. Prof. Molecular Genetics Dep. The Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel Prof. Of Neurology, Chair, Dep. Of Neurology, Boston Children's Hospital General Director World Health Organization. Special Video presentation for the Summit. Principal Investigator, Laboratory of Cell Signaling and Cancer, IBMB, Barcelona

Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus

Dr. Timothy M. Thomson )Cancer Rseaech

Dr. Xavier Saiz (Infectologist)

Hospital del Niño, Panamá.

TENTATIVE AGENDA

GMHSummit 2018. Tentative Summit and Update Course Schedule.

Monday, February 5. Pre-Summit Program . Registration: Atlapa Convention Center: 10am-6pm Workshops. Simulation Center. STDs Forum. Multiple workshops: minimally invasive surgery. Simulators. Social Program: Visit to Panama Canal Museum. Faculty Dinner in the Old Town (American Trade Hotel) Tuesday, February 6. Summit Program. Global Men´s Health Summit: “The Medicine of the Future and Those Left Behind” Opening. Anayansi Theater. 8am-5pm Magisterial presentations of distinguished scientists, physicians, heads of non-profit, scientific and medical organizations, government and human rights advocates. Meeting with 11th and 12 th grade high school students. Social Program: Inaugural Ceremony. Cocktail in the Ruins of Panama La Vieja (1519). Local Cultural Presentation. 6:30-9:30pm Wednesday, February 7. Urology and Interdisciplinary Update Course Program. 7:30am- 5:00pm Plenaries in the morning and specialty program in the afternoon. Presentation in “forum” format. Interaction with the attendees. Precision medicine: Education and Scientific Research Leadership Forum. Live Surgeries. Urology and Cardiology. Live Prostate Surgery Duel: Robotic vs Laparoscopic vs Open. Social Program: visit and dinner at the Biodiversity Museum. Invited Faculty. Optional (and extra) for attendees. 6:30-9:30pm Thursday February 8. Urology and Interdisciplinary Update Course Program. 7:30am-5:00pm Plenaries in the morning and specialty program in the afternoon. Presentation in “forum” format. Interaction with the attendees. Simultaneous live surgeries. Penile prosthesis and artificial sphincter placement, Multiple workshops: minimally invasive surgery with simulators. Pediatric Urology workshop with live surgery of complicated hypospadias. Super Power Lunch: “Sex and the City” for Men and Women. Social Program: faculty dinner at the Miraflores Locks of the Panama Canal. Optional (and extra) for attendees. 6:30-9:30pm Friday February 9. Urology and Interdisciplinary Update Course Program. Resident's day program 7:30am – 3:00pm. Plenaries in the morning and specialty program in the afternoon. Presentation in “forum” format. Interaction with the attendees. Transgender genital reconstruction surgery. Multiple workshops: minimally invasive surgery with simulators. Laparoscopy workshop with pigs featuring international instructors. Social Program: Closing Ceremony: Coronation of the 2018 Carnival Queen in honor of the Summit attendants. 6:00pm

Friday 9-13. Carnival of the City. Special hotel and tourism packages. Attendees VIP guests of the City.

SYMPOSIUM. BENIGN PROSTATIC HYPERPLASIA (BPH). WHAT LIES AHEAD? Epidemiology and evaluation.  Guidelines for the diagnosis of lower urinary tract symptoms in men.  BPH and PSA: Correlation and management.  Nocturia: advances in diagnosis and treatment.  BPH: Guidelines for Medical Management and alternative therapies.  • Effect of 5α-Reductase inhibitors in the BPH. Erectile dysfunction (ED) associated syndrome.  Tadalafil alone or combined to manage BPH: The new frontier?  Phytotherapy and BPH  Surgical Treatment: New minimal invasive technologies.  HoLEP vs Greenlight Laser.  Laser therapy: enucleation vs vaporization. 

Evaluation and management of Uro- Genital pain.  Interstitial Cystitis and Bladder pain Syndrome: is a problem for men too.  Urodynamics: dynamic study, evolving and subject to interpretation.  Evaluation and management of neurogenic bladder in adults.  Contemporary Pharmacotherapy of the Overactive Bladder.  Is Sacral Neuromodulation the best alternative?  BotulinumToxin:whentouseit, for whatdoyouuseitandwhicharethe outcomes.  Pollen extract with vitamins vs Serenoa Repens in chronic prostatitis and chronic pelvic pain syndrome. 

SYMPOSIUM. PROSTATITIS, CHRONIC PELVIC PAIN, HYPERACTIVE BLADDER.

Urinary tract infections: Emerging Processes and Clinical Guidelines.  Chronic nonbacterial prostatitis: where are we?  Chronic prostatitis in the patient with prostate cancer.  The role of uncommon bacteria in chronic prostatitis and chronic pelvic pain syndrome. 

SYMPOSIUM. I PROSTATE CANCER: EPIDEMIOLOGY, NATURAL HISTORY, DETECTION, STAGING AND PROGNOSIS.

Vaccines against Prostate Cancer, current state of research.  Selective Androgen Receptor Modulators (SARMS): current status report. 

castration - resistant prostate cancer, with or without metastases. Management M1 prostate cancer: impact of comorbidities and access to supportive therapies.  Multidisciplinary management of prostate cancer, considering therapies that improve survival and quality of life.  Surgeon's experience: determining factor in the success of prostate cancer surgery.  Open and laparoscopic surgeries, excellent alternatives approach to robot-assistedsurgery.  Robotic assisted laparoscopic prostatectomy: is here to stay!  Novel techniques for robotic prostate surgery: Spectroscopy and fluorescence antI-PSMA Antibody.  Impact of hypothermia on the preservation of nerve complex in the radicalprostatectomy.  Extended Lymphadenectomywith Radical prostatectomy after Neoadjuvant Hormonal Therapy: outcomes  Salvage Lymphadenectomypost- radical prostatectomy  New nomograms and algorithms to predict recurrence in high-risk prostatecancer.  Quality of life. Surviving to prostate cancer. Management of recurrence, urinary incontinence and erectile dysfunction. 

Biomarkers, the new frontier. Tumormarkers. 

Benefits and harms of the PSA test for the detection of prostate cancer.  Lessons learned from the REDUCE clinical study.  Active surveillance: who, when, how and withwhat?  Management of Localized Prostate Cancer.  Optimizing prostate cancer diagnosis: Trans-perineal, Ultrasound guided trans-rectal and multiparametric MRI/ultrasound fusion guided transrectal biopsy.  Value of Ga-PSMA PET / CT for the clinical management of patients with prostatecancer.  Prognosisof lowGleasonscore in patients under active surveillance. 

SYMPOSIUM. PROSTATE CANCER. II MEDICAL AND SURGICAL TREATMENT. Guidelines for themanagement of localized prostate cancer.  Radiotherapy and Chemotherapy in Prostate Cancer: the future is here!  Current status of Hormone Therapy of ProstateCancer.  Focal treatment of Prostate Cancer: current andemerging technologies.  Compendium of Guidelines AUA/ EAU 2017 for the management of 

recurrence, urinary incontinence and erectile dysfunction. 

Management guidelines for non- muscle invasive and muscle- invasive bladder cancer.  Evaluation and clinical management of hematuria.  Transurethral resection of bladder cancer: Indications, techniques and complications.  Practical management of advanced bladder cancer. Tips from the experts.  Muscle Invasive Bladder Cancer: Laparoscopic robotic assisted radical cystectomy with neo- bladder .  Lymphadenectomy in bladder cancer.  The long-termeffect on thekidneys after urinary diversion from Radical Cystectomy.  Immunotherapy for bladder cancer: Thalidomideenhancestheeffectof BCG intravesical.  Fluorouracil / mitomycin an alternative to Cisplatin for patients with poor kidney function and comorbidities.  The new immune control checkpoint inhibitors for advanced bladder cancer.  The efficacy of chemotherapy combined with radiotherapy for the preservation of the bladder in muscle invasive cancer. 

ROUND TABLE WITH THE EXPERTS. SURGICAL TREATMENT OF PROSTATE CANCER. Surgeonvs.Technology:Surgeon's expertise, adeterminingfactor inthe success of Radical Prostate Surgery. Simultaneous "live" transmission of: Open Surgery (Dr. Edgar Figueroa- Panama) vs. Laparoscopic (Dr. Octavio Castillo-Chile) vs. Laparoscopic Robotic assisted (Dr. Vipul Patel-USA). ROUND TABLE WITH THE EXPERTS. LAPAROSCOPIC AND ROBOTIC ASSISTED SURGERY. Common complications: How to avoid them , how to recognize them ,howtotreat them .

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SYMPOSIUM. "UROTHELIAL CARCINOMA.”

Bladder cancer. Epidemiology and evaluation. 

SYMPOSIUM. "KIDNEY AND ADRENAL CANCER".

Update of AUA Guidelines for medical and surgical management of renal andureteral lithiasis.  Newtechnologies inurolithiasis management: what is new and what works.  Flexibleureteroscopy:Updatein new available technologies.  Laser in lithotripsy: fragmentation, dusting, short pulse and long pulse, physical concepts and clinical results.  Percutaneous Renal Surgery and Lithotripsy in conventional percutaneous nephrolithotomy (PCNL) vs Mini-PCNL.  Predictor factors of success in extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy for kidney stones.  Follow-up of asymptomatic kidney stone  Urolithiasis: metabolic evaluation and medical treatment.  Lifestyle. Nutritional advice for the preventionofurinarystonedisease  Retrograde Intra-Renal  Surgery. Indications and technique.

Epidemiology and Classification of Kidney Cancer.  BenignRenalMass:differential diagnosisbasedon images.  2017 Guidelines for the management ofRenal Cell Carcinoma.  PreciseMedicine: Targeted therapiesforkidneycancer.  Advanced techniques of partial nephrectomy in themanagement of renalmasses. 3Dmodels.  Retroperitoneal laparoscopy in the management of renal  and adrenal masses. Complicationsof renalmass surgery.  HIFU in the treatment of focal lesionsof kidneycancer.  Managementofadvancedand metastatic kidney cancer.  Standardized scoring system for theevaluationof adrenalmasses.  Adrenalectomy: laparoscopy or open surgery?  Evaluation, management and prognosis of patients with malignant pheochromocytoma. 

ROUNDTABLEWITHTHEEXPERTS. ENDOUROLOGICAL SURGERY. Catastrophiccomplications:howtoavoid them, how to recognize them and how to treat them.

SYMPOSIUM. "Stone disease".

Epidemiology andassessment of a patientwithstonedisease. 

SYMPOSIUM. "UPDATE IN ANDROLOGY. Men’s Health, ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION AND INFERTILITY ".

SYMPOSIUM. "Diseasesof themale genitalia: Cancer, inflammation, infection."

BPH and erectile dysfunction.  Which is the best tool to diagnose erectile dysfunction (ED)?  Guidelines for themedical treatment of ED.  EDandMetabolicSyndrome.  Diagnosisandmanagement of the hypogonadal men.  Testosterone Replacement therapy: Challenges and controversies.  Phosphodiestarase-5 (PDE5) inhibitors: Alone or combined? Current status  Intracavernous injections drugs for themanagement of ED:  a necessary review Penile prosthesis implants, 40 years late: The old, the new and the future.  Newtechnologies for penile rehabilitation in post- prostatectomy ED.  Sexual functioninoncological patients survivors.  ED: a problem of two, the role of the couple.  Vasectomies:currentstatusof male contraception.  EvaluationandTreatment ofMale Infertility:What liesahead?  Priapism procedures: strategies in the Emergency Department 

Current management of testicular cancer: concepts and controversies.  Strategies for themanagement of localized and advanced penile cancer.  Management of retroperitoneal disease intesticular cancer.  Dermatology for the Urologist. Penile and scrotal lesions: diagnosisandoffice management.  Differentialdiagnosisof inguinal and scrotal masses  Urogenital Tract Infections: EmergingThreatsandClinical Guidelines.  Human Papillomavirus infection an d cancer.  Balanitis, phimosis and paraphimosis: multifactorial disease and multiple treatments.  Prevention of STDs in adults and adolescents, are we doing enough? 

Impact

circumcision in

of

preventing AIDS, papillomavirus and genital herpes.  STDs:

ROUND TABLE. OPINIONS FROM EXPERTS. ANDROLOGY AND RECONSTRUCTIVE SURGERY. Urological Prosthetic surgery: penile prosthesis, male suburethral slings, artificial urinary sphincters. SURGERIES "live" Inflatable Penile prosthesis implantation. Dr. Arthur Burnett USA. Inflatable Penile prosthesis implantation. Dr. Allen Morey USA. Implant of Artificial Urinary sphincter in male. Dr. Ricardo González -USA. Function and dysfunction of stem cells, regeneration and repair in Urology  Diagnosis and Treatment of ureteropielic obstruction in the adult: endoscopy vs surgery  Urethroplasty and bladder neck reconstruction: trends and new techniques.  Surgical management of adquired buriedpenis intheadult.  Bladder Reconstructive Surgery: fistulas, bladder augmentation, neobladder and urinary diversion and ureteral reimplant.  • Peyronie’s Disease and congenital  penile curvature: current status. SYMPOSIUM. TRACT RECONSTRUCTION AND MALE GENITAL SURGERY”. “URINARY

ROUND TABLE. CONSULT WITH THE EXPERTS. ANDROLOGY AND RECONSTRUCTIVE UROLOGY. Peyronie’s Disease: New medical and surgical treatment. LIVE SURGERY: Plication technique by Dr. Allen Morey-USA ROUND TABLE. RECONSTRUCTIVE UROLOGICAL SURGERY. OPINION FROM EXPERTS. The transgender patient: what every urologist should know. LIVESURGERYMale-femalegender reassignment by Dr. Guillermo Mac Millán-Chile. FORUM: FEMALE SEXUAL DYSFUNCTION “SEX AND THE CITY”. OPEN TO PUBLIC Advances from this century in female sexual dysfunction: utopia or reality?  Uro-gynecological surgeries and the impact in the female sexual function  Impact of urinary incontinence and organ pelvic prolapse in female sexual function and dysfunction  Vaginal rejuvenation: the new frontier  Use of Testosterone in the women: myths and facts.  ED: a problemof two, the role of the couple. 

problemas de la intimidad y sexo con susparejas.  • Factores psicológicos, religiosos y sociales en la disfunción sexual en lasmujeres  Loque loshombrespiensande las mujeres en la cama.  Y mi viagra? Y mis juguetes?  MESA REDONDA. ETS. VIH-SIDA, LA EPIDEMIA DEL SIGLO XXI. POLÍTICAS DE SALUD PÚBLICA IMPOSTERGABLES. • Desordenes de diferenciación sexual en los niños.  • Corrección de la curvatura de pene e Hipospadia simple y compleja: Técnicas e indicaciones.  • Disfunción miccional no- neurogénica en niños.  • Reflujo Vesico-Ureteral Congenito. Diagnósticoy tratamiento.  • Urología de transición.  TALLERDEHIPOSPADIAS. CIRUGÍAS CON TRANSMISIÓN EN VIVO. Dr. FranciscoDenes-Presidente -Brazil. Dr.MohamedEissa-Egipto. Dr. Miguel Castellán- SIUP. USA SIMPOSIO. “TRASPLANTE RENAL. LOGROS Y RETOS SIGLO XXI”. • Estado actual del programa de trasplante renal en Panamá y las Américas.  SIMPOSIO. UROLOGÍA PEDIÁTRICA.

• El trasplante renal robótico y nefrectomíadedonante asistida por robot.  • Trasplante de órganomúltiple.  • Prevención y manejo de las complicaciones en el Trasplante Renal.  • Programa de Donantes de órganos, estamoshaciendosuficiente?  TALLER: Simuladores en Urología. Cirugía láser verde de Próstata, cirugía robótica, endourología. Cupos limitados. TALLER: Laparoscopía Práctica y avanzada con puerquitos y simulador. Cupos limitados. TALLER: Prótesis enUrología. Técnica y leccionesprácticas. Cupos limitados. MESA REDONDA. URO-RADIOLOGÍA E IMAGENOLOGÍA. Radiología molecular. Medicina nuclear. Usos específicos y aplicaciones de: US, TAC, RMN, PET, SPECT. Imagenología multimodal. TALLERES PATROCINADOS

Biotecnología

Ingeniería de órganos y tejidos 

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Impresión3D 

Dispositivos médicos  Medicina digital 

Integración tecnológica ensalud  Aprendizaje automatizadoy analítica de alto rendimiento 

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Management of chronic and acute complications of Diabetes  Integrated physiology and Obesity  Metabolism regulation  Behavioral Medicine, Clinical Nutrition, Education, and Exercise  Lipidology 

Biotechnology

TissueandOrganEngineering  3D Printing  Medical Devices  Digital Medicine  Healthcare Technology Integration  Machine learningandHigh- Performance Analytics  Artificial Intelligence 

Emergency Medicine

New horizons in Cardiopulmonary emergencies and Trauma  Critical decisions inemergencycare  Ventilatory support in the ER  Infectious diseases and theER 

Cardiovascular Medicine

Guidelinesupdate in: AcuteCoronary Syndromes, Heart Failure, Valvular Disease, Arrhythmias, Hypertension.  Specialized cores: Interventional, Heart Devices, Imaging, Preventive Cardiology, Cardiovascular Surgery  Multimodality assessment of complex Cardiovascular Disease  Biomarkers  Latest in heart transplant and vascular disease 

Gastroenterology

HelicobacterPyloriandCancer  Gastroesophageal reflux disease  Inflammatory bowel disease  Endoscopy: preventive vs diagnostic  Irritable bowel syndrome 

Addiction / Dependency Medicine

General Surgery

Conceptual differences in Addiction and Dependency 

Advances inabdominal and thoracic surgery: open, laparoscopic and robotic  Bariatric surgery: the last frontier, a voyage of no return  Trauma surgery  Organ Transplant: surgical techniquesconquered; now, the donors 

Early detection strategies  Newhorizons in treatment  Social reintegration  Addiction center logistics 

Endocrinology

Latest inDiabetestherapeutics 

Imaging / Radiology

Discussing the “genetic paradigm”  with the patient Clinical applications of big data 

Pathology-specific imaging applications: US, CT, MRI, PET, SPECT  Multimodality imaging  Nuclear medicine  Emergency imaging  Imaging in primary care  Machine learning in radiology 

Primary Care

Diagnosis, treatment and follow-up of common pathologies (Cardiovascular  / Pulmonary / Metabolic) Quality of care and outcomes  Improving the reference process  Myths and realityof primary care in the rural setting  Patient education: the key to success 

Neurology / Neurosurgery

Latest in Stroke management  Neurodegenerative disorders  Advances inHead / Neck / Spine surgery  Brain and Spinal Cord Tumors  Epilepsy, Autism, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder 

Psychiatry / Mental Sciences

Alzheimer´s vs Age related dementia  Behavioral disorders  Personality disorders  Bipolar disorders  Coping with chronic / terminal illness 

Oncology

Latest indiagnosisandtreatment of Gastrointestinal, Hematological, Neurological,Oral,Oropharyngeal and Pulmonary malignancies  Molecular Tumor Analyses  Biomarkers  Genetics, Genomics and Cancer  Carcinogenics: Tobacco and Acohol 

Sports medicine

Basics of sports selection  Common sports-related injuries: how todiagnoseandtreat them  UseofAnabolicandSteroids:myths vs facts  LifestyleandDiet of theAmateur Athlete  Tech and sports 

Precision medicine

The Precision Medicine Initiative  Genetics, Genomics  Pharmacogenomics, Sociogenomics 

Medical Research Roundtables

Rethinking integrative research  Grantsmanship:Howtolocateand secure research funds inUS, Europe, Asia | Industry, Government, Foundations  Research incubators and catalysts  Frontiers inScience 

Mesas redondas de investigación médica

Replanteando

la

investigación

integrada 

Técnicas para la aplicación de fondos de investigación: Cómo aplicar y asegurar fondos.  IncubadorasyCatalizadoresde Investigación 

Nuevas fronteras científicas 

Bioethics

Bioethics andAbortion: whendoes life reallybegin?  Sexual education and reproductive rights of men  Euthanasia: the right to live, the right to die  Genetic manipulation with medical purposes  Clinical trials inhealthpatients  Autonomy, Integrity and Informed Consent  Bioethics, Science, Religionand the Government: necessarily complementary 

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