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 The Male LUTS/BPE educational platform aspires to become the source of education and scientific information relating to the indications lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS) and benign prostatic enlargement (BPE). This educational platform is an initiative from the European Association of Urology, in cooperation with European Urology and Elsevier. 

Male LUTS/BPE is a freely accessible platform providing healthcare professionals in urology with up-to-date information on developments in the field of LUTS and BPE. LUTS/BPE are very common in older men, making LUTS/BPE management a significant part of urological practices. The Male LUTS/BPE educational platform will enable urology professionals to stay on top of those developments that are likely to impact diagnosis, treatment and patient management..

New editorial by Vasileios I Sakalis

A systematic review on the medical treatment of nocturia in men

Nocturia is a troublesome symptom, common in both men and women. It disturbs sleep and has a significant impact on quality of life. It is defined by the International Continence Society (ICS) as the complaint that an individual has to wake at night one or more times to void...

New: Webcasts from EAU17, London

A selection of webcasts from the European Association of Urology is now available. For accessing the presentations on Male LUTS and Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia from the 32nd Annual EAU Congress in London, please go to the video page.

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Male LUTS/BPE is an important source of education and scientific information for many healthcare professionals in urology. This platform is an initiative from the European Association of Urology, in cooperation with European Urology and Elsevier. It is supported by pharmaceutical or medical device or equipment companies.

This page offers those companies the opportunity to share information. This can consist of articles, lectures, presentations, webcasts or podcasts.

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