14 February 2022
Tuesday 22 March 2022
Online via Zoom
Online registration via the link provided.
Limited places available.
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Renal cancer: diagnosis and surveillance in general practice.
In this session, urological surgeon Dr Briony Norris will outline symptoms of patients presenting with renal cancer, the role of renal biopsy, describe available treatments and potential side effects, explain when surgery is recommended and post-surgery surveillance and will discuss genetics. Consultant radiologist Dr Alain Lavoipierre will discuss suitable imaging modalities for renal cancer. Case studies will be used for context.
Topic and speakers
Surveillance and management of renal cancer, Dr Briony Norris, Urological Surgeon.
Imaging modalities and renal cancer, Dr Alain Lavoipierre, Consultant Radiologist.
Moderator, Dr Jane Crowe, General Practitioner.
By the end of this activity, participants will be able to:
- Explain the symptoms of renal cancer.
- List what work ups to order prior to seeing a urologist.
- Identify the most suitable imaging modality for renal cancer.
Two CPD activity points.
Register online for this virtual event and provide the information below:
- First name and last name
- Practice name, suburb and postcode
- Email address (to which your individual registration confirmation and Zoom link will be sent)
- RACGP number
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