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"Advancing Men's Health: Updates in Urology" CME Dinner on Nov. 6

October 04, 2019

This free Urology CME dinner will be held on the evening of Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2019, in Southport, CT.

Location: Artisan at Delamar, 275 Old Post Road, Southport, CT

Time: 5:00 p.m. Registration and Cocktails; 6:00 p.m. Program and Dinner


PROGRAM

Peyronie's Disease: State of the Art Evaluation and Treatment Options

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Hypogonadism: How to Treat in the Older Gentleman and Men of Reproductive Age, and Update on New Delivery Systems

  • Stanton Honig, MD, Professor of Clinical Urology; Director, Male Reproductive Health Program

Differentiating Clinically Significant vs Clinically Insignificant Prostate Cancer: Role of Biomarkers and MRI Fusion Biopsy, and the Future

  • Preston C. Sprenkle, MD, Associate Professor of Urology; Division Chief, Division of Urology at VA Conecticut Healthcare System; Director, Urology Research Fellowship; Director, Urologic Oncology Clinical Fellowship Program
  • Michael S. Leapman, MD, Assistant Professor of Urology

PSA Screening: Has the Tide Turned Toward More Aggressive Screening? (Moderated by Michael S. Leapman, MD)

  • David G. Hesse, MD, Assistant Professor of Clinical Urology
  • Thomas V. Martin, MD, Assistant Professor of Clinical Urology

Minimally Invasive BPH Treatments: How to Tailor the Treatment to the Patient

  • Daniel S. Kellner, MD, Assistant Professor of Clinical Urology; Clinician in Urology

Male Urethral Stricture Disease: Should We Be Performing More Urethroplasties for Cure?

  • Jaime A. Cavallo, MD, MPHS, Assistant Professor of Urology; Director of Male Genitourinary Reconstructive Surgery, Urology

For information and to register: (203) 785-2229 or medicine.yale.edu/urology/men  

Presented by Yale Medicine Urology and Yale New Haven Health

Submitted by Robert Forman on October 04, 2019