Lunch (Clinical Urology and Nursing & Allied Health Moderated Poster session)

Location: Plaza Ballroom
Chair: Prof Henry Woo

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Overview

Clinical Urology Supported by

The One Stop Prostate Clinic (OSPC), A recent review of outcomes from a comprehensive, high-volume prostate cancer clinic at a major tertiary hospital in Perth, Western Australia – Simeon Ngweso

A review of complications following trans-rectal ultrasound guided prostate biopsies conducted in the high-volume One Stop Prostate Clinic in Perth, Western Australia – Simeon Ngweso

High Accuracy of Negative 68Ga Prostate Specific Membrane Antigen-HBED-CC positron emission tomography/computed tomography (PSMA PET/CT) in excluding local lymph node metastases in intermediate to high risk primary prostate cancer – A single centre experience with histopathologic confirmation – Damacent Rutagengwa

What is the accuracy of Ga68 PSMA PET/CT in detecting primary prostate cancers compared to multiparametric MRI? – Yen-Cheng Henry Pan

How Accurate is Ga68 PSMA PET/MR in localizing primary prostate cancers compared to multiparametric MRI, Ga68 PSMA PET/CT and whole-mount histopathology – A case series – Yen-Cheng Henry Pan

The clinical efficacy of PSMA PET/MRI in biochemically recurrent prostate cancer compared with standard of care imaging modalities – results of a multi-centre, prospective clinical trial – Georges Mehawed

Initial Experience of Novel Hybrid PSMA PET / MRI imaging for lymph node staging in prostate cancer – Georges Mehawed

Standardised uptake value of primary prostate cancer on 68Ga-prostate-specific membrane antigen positron emission tomography/computed tomography as a predictor of biopsy pathology – Arveen Kalapara

Localisation of primary prostate cancer using 68Ga-PSMA PET/CT and multiparametric MRI compared to radical prostatectomy specimens – Arveen Kalapara

The impact of 68Ga-PSMA PET in the initial staging of prostate cancer – a comparative study between 68Ga-PSMA PET and conventional imaging – Hui Sze Wong

Calcium intake might be correlated to prostate cancer risk in a quadratic manner: preliminary findings from a pilot study in a group of sub-Saharan African men – Bernard Kadio