3rd Live Surgery Workshop International Society of Reconstructive Urology


2nd International Live Surgery Workshop Indonesia Genitourinary Reconstructive Society


12th Malang Continuing Urology Education

Due to demand,
free paper deadline is extended until
August 1st, 2019

3rd Live Surgery Workshop International Society of Reconstructive Urology


2nd International Live Surgery Workshop Indonesia Genitourinary Reconstructive Society


12th Malang Continuing Urology Education


Reconstructive Urology

5th – 7th September 2019
Bali Nusa Dua Convention Center, Bali, Indonesia
Sanglah General Hospital, Bali, Indonesia

Event Date & Time

5 - 7 September 2019

Congress Location

Bali Nusa Dua Convention Center, Bali, Indonesia
Sanglah General Hospital, Bali, Indonesia

Dear colleagues and friends,

It is truly a pleasure to invite you to actively participate in the upcoming meeting, The 3rd Live Surgery Workshop International Society of Reconstructive Urology (ISORU), 2nd International Live Surgery Workshop Indonesia Genitourinary Reconstructive Society (InaGURS), in conjunction with 12th Malang Continuing Urology Education (MCUE), which will be held on September 5th -7th, 2019, in Bali Nusa Dua Convention Center (BNDCC), Bali, Indonesia.

The theme chosen is Reconstructive Urology.

These three important meetings that held in conjunctionally will provide a wonderful forum for you to refresh your knowledge and explore new techniques and innovation in urology field from well-known experts. The symposia will be held on the first day and on the 2nd and 3rd day, they are going to be the highlight of live surgeries on various cases of reconstructive urology.

Additionally, we would like to also invite you to submit your recent achievement in scientific writing in various field of Urology. The scientific committee will prepare the prestigious oral presentation and poster presentation awards.

The island of the gods, Bali, awaits you!

Undisputable world well-known meeting destination is easily reach with direct flights from most major cities in the world. Since March 2016 Indonesian government has granted 169 countries for FREE Visitor Visa. Please check the list of countries and further details in visa section at the congress website www.mcue.org

Please make sure you have blocked this important dates and visit the congress website for further program update.

See you soon in Bali……


Paksi Satyagraha

Congress Chairman

Board of Director

  • Dean of Medical Faculty, Brawijaya University, Malang
  • Dean of Medical Faculty, Udayana University, Denpasar
  • Director of Sanglah General Hospital Denpasar
  • Dean of Medical Faculty, Sanglah University

Board of Advisor

  • Head of Urology Department of Saiful Anwar General Hospital Malang
  • Head of Urology Department of Sanglah General Hospital Denpasar
  • President of International Society of Genitourinary Recosntructive Society
  • President of Indonesia Genitourinary Reconstructive Society
  • President of Indonesia Urology Association


  • dr. Paksi Satyagraha, MKes., SpU(K)

Vice Chairman

  • Dr. Gede Wirya Kusuma Duarsa, dr., MKes., SpU(K)

Secretary and Administration

  • Trisiwi Rahmi K., S.KM
  • Meiyamandri Trini Kalistanti, S.AB
  • Tantri Ariza Wijayanti, Amd
  • Suyanti, Amd
  • Ketut Suarniati, BA


  • Trisiwi Rahmi K., S.KM


  • Dr. dr. Besut Daryanto, SpB, SpU (K)
  • dr. Kurnia Penta Seputra, SpU (K)
  • dr. I Wayan Yudiana SpU

Scientific Committee

  • Dr. Basuki B. Purnomo, dr., SpU (K)
  • dr. Taufiq Nur Budaya, SpU
  • dr. Kadek Budi Santosa SpU
  • dr. Hamid Hunaif Dhofi
  • dr. Hamdan Yuwafi Naim

Workshop Committee

  • dr. Pradana Nurhadi SpU
  • dr. I Wayan Yudiana SpU
  • dr. Farid Setiono
  • dr. Aldilla Wahyu R

Symposium Committee

  • dr. Kurnia Penta Seputra, SpU (K)
  • Dr. Gede Wirya Kusuma Duarsa, dr., MKes., SpU(K)
  • dr. Udiyana Indradiputra
  • dr. I Gusti Lanang Adi P

Public Relation Committee

  • dr. Putu Ratih Dian Perdani, SpU
  • dr. Andri Kustono SpU
  • dr. Yulian Salis P
  • dr. M. Miftahul Firdaus
  • dr. I Nyoman Gede Prayudi

Congress Information

  • Deadline for Early Bird Registration : 1st May 2019
  • Deadline for Abstracts Submission : 1st July 2019
  • Deadline for Hotel Reservation : 31st July 2019
  • Opening Ceremony : 5th September 2019
  • Symposium  : 5th September 2019
  • Free Paper  : 5th September 2019
  • Live Surgery Workshop : September 6th – 7th, 2019
  • Exhibition Show Days : 5th – 7th September 2019
  • Closing Ceremony : 7th September 2019

A World of Its Own

Bali has developed a world of its own. It captures not only what is special about Indonesia, but also has a uniqueness of its own. There is a great deal to experience Bali unlike in any other places.

Being one of the most magnificent island in Indonesia, Bali becomes a preferred tourist destination in Asia that offers countless of impressive beauty of natures and famous for its fabulous white sandy beaches. The uniqueness of Hindu culture is reflected in day-to-day life and can be seen in its numerous ceremonies, festivals, arts and crafts, traditional dance and distinctive music of the gamelan, array of architectural temples and palaces. With more than 50 international and domestic airlines, this complete beauty island is just a flight away from around the world and travel directly through the Ngurah Rai Bali International Airport. One may feel welcomed with warm and gracious innate friendliness of the Balinese that would not be easily forgotten.

Welcome to Your Magnificent Venue

Nusa Dua is the premier resort area in Bali. The vicinity has an excellent tourism infrastructure with more than 4000 available rooms of international 4 and 5-stars chain hotels, a close by 18-holes Golf & Country Club, Amphitheatre, alongside luxurious shops, Cafe and Restaurants with a seamless white sandy beach within a walking distance.

Within this alluring atmosphere, Bali Nusa Dua Convention Center (BNDCC) offers a promising eminence with its desirable location and compelling excesses. The whole concept consists of a high profile characteristic, an impressive 70,000 sq.m garden landscape and a breathtaking Balinese architecture of a total 25,000 sq.m building area which all integrated to create a complete infrastructure for any kind of events. Each detail is developed with our commitment to wholeheartedly demonstrate our work in the most professional way.

By the late August 2013, BNDCC is on track to launch its new expansion facility. The new building spans a 2.4-hectare site and will create opportunities to host more simultaneous international events. It offers flexible and event space able to adapt to all your events and all configurations. The new facilities will include: a total of 3,974 sqm meeting room space across over 20 breakout rooms, a plenary space to accommodate 2,000 people over 4 separated rooms, allowing multiple events to take place at the same time, a 1,000 sqm of versatile pre-function Lobby, as well as adjacent 100 rooms of 5-star hotel and a basement parking for up to 150 cars.

Flight Time to Bali
Experience Nusa Dua right away with optional accesses from around the globe. Regional locations, East Asia, or Oceania aquires short-haul and long-haul direct flights as your easy entrances. Within a convenient duration of trip, Bali is ready to welcome you any moment.

Denpasar – Singapore : 2 Hours 30 Minutes
Denpasar – Kuala Lumpur : 3 Hours
Denpasar – Perth : 3 Hours 30 Minutes
Denpasar – Bangkok : 4 Hours 15 Minutes
Denpasar – Hongkong : 4 hours 45 Minutes
Denpasar – Taipei : 5 hours
Denpasar – Shanghai : 5 Hours 30 Minutes
Denpasar – Melbourne : 5 Hours 30 Minutes
Denpasar – Sydney : 5 Hours 50 Minutes
Denpasar – Osaka : 6 Hours 30 minutes
Denpasar – Seoul : 7 Hours
Denpasar – Tokyo : 7 Hours

3rd Live Surgery Workshop International Society of Reconstructive Urology (ISORU), 2nd International Live Surgery Workshop Indonesia Genitourinary Reconstructive Society (InaGURS), 12th Malang Continuing Urology Education (MCUE)

Bali Nusa Dua Convention Center (BNDCC)
Kawasan Nusa Dua Blok NW/1, Bali, Indonesia
Phone : +62-361-773000 / Fax: +62-361-778880
Website: www.baliconventioncenter.com

Department of Urology Saiful Anwar General Hospital
Department of Urology Sanglah General Hospital

Ngurah Rai International Airport, Bali, Indonesia, also known as Denpasar International Airport (DPS), is located in southern Bali, 13km south of Denpasar. It is Indonesia’s third-busiest international airport. For more information please visit http://www.baliairport.com/
The distance from airport to Nusa Dua area via toll way is 15 minutes drive and via main road is approximately 20 minutes.

Projector / LCD are available for plenary, symposia, and free paper session. If you need any additional, please inform the committee one month prior to the event.

English in the official of the conference and will be used for all printed material, presentation and discussion.

The committee will organized an exhibition in conjunction with the congress, featuring the latest pharmaceutical and medical equipment for clinical managements and research. Companies interested in participating in the exhibition may request for details from the congress secretariat. The exhibition will be opened from 08.00 – 17.00, Thursday to Saturday (September 5th – 7th, 2019). The exhibition will take place at Bali Nusa Dua Convention Center (BNDCC), Bali, Indonesia.

The organizing committee will send a letter of invitation upon request. This invitation is intend to facilitate Participant’s travel and visa arrangement and do not imply any commitment of financial or other support by the organizing committee. Please include your name, address, and a note requesting a letter of invitation

The organizing committee and PT. Pharma-Pro International shall not be held liable for personal accidents, illness, loses, or damage to private property of registered delegates of the congress, during and after the event. Participant is finally responsible for any damage sustained venue fittings, property or equipment. Participants are strongly recommended to Seek.

The Organizing Committee and PT. Pharma-Pro International will not be responsible for any loss, damage, injury, claims costs or expenses of any kind whatsoever if the event is cancelled, postponed or altered due to a Force Majeure. Force Majeure is defined as any unforeseen occurrence that renders performance of the event impossible, inadvisable, illegal or impracticable. Force Majeure includes, but is not limited to: casualty, fire, explosion, flood, earthquake or other natural disasters, an act of God, governmental restrictions or regulations, war or apparent acts of war, terrorism or apparent acts of terrorism, civil disturbances or riots, strikes, curtailment, suspension or restriction on transportation facilities and means of transportation or any other emergency

  1. Bali – Indonesia
  2. London – United Kingdom
  3. Paris – France
  4. Rome – Italy
  5. New York City – New York
  6. Crete – Greece
  7. Barcelona – Spain
  8. Siem Reap – Cambodia
  9. Prague – Czech Republic
  10. Phuket – Thailand
  11. Istanbul – Turkey
  12. Jamaica
  13. Hoi An – Vietnam
  1. St. Petersburg – Russia
  2. Roatan – Bay Island
  3. Marrakech – Morocco
  4. Ambergris Caye – Belize Cayes
  5. Rio de Janerio – Brazil
  6. St. Martin – St Maarten
  7. Playa del Carmen – Mexico
  8. Dubai – United Arab Emirates
  9. Grand Cayman – Cayman Island
  10. Kathmandu – Nepal
  11. Bora-bora – Society Island
  12. Cusco – Peru

*source : https://www.tripadvisor.com/TravelersChoice-Destinations


Also known as the Land of the Gods, Bali appeals through its sheer natural beauty of looming volcanoes and lush terraced rice fields that exude peace and serenity. Bali enchants with its dramatic dances and colourful ceremonies, its arts and crafts, to its luxurious beach resorts and exciting nightlife. And everywhere you will find intricately carved temples.

There are are thousands of gift shops in Bali. From Denpasar to Ubud, you’ll find many things you’d like to bring back home. Most of the starred hotels are located near the beach. Otherwise, they usually have their own private spots at certain beaches. You can find them easily at popular spots like Kuta or Sanur. If you are thinking of bringing home souvenirs, your best bet is the souvenir market at Sukowati, where you may be overwhelmed by choice.

Kuta has a large variety of boutiques and shops, selling everything from bright T-shirts, surf- wear, flip-flops to creative trinkets. If you wish to buy dried food stuffs, Bali coffee is most aromatic. You may also want to buy aromatherapy essential oils to sprinkle your bath with.
As Bali is located 8 degrees south of the equator, so the weather you will find is tropical, warm and humid climate all year around with two main distinctive seasons: Dry Season and Rainy Season. Quite different with the areas around Bali’s central mountains (volcanoes) which have several peaks over 3,000 metres in elevation. Up here the temperatures are considerably cooler, and there is much more rainfall than in the coastal areas.

Bali’s white beaches are favourite for family holidays. There are a variety of watersports available, such as banana boats, parasailing or jet skiing, swimming or plain sunbathing. Most well known among Bali’s beaches is Kuta. Along this stretch are an array of hotels, restaurants, shops and cafes. In the evenings the area throbs to the beat of disco music. For a quieter evening enjoy the beach at Jimbaran, a popular spot to eat fresh barbecued seafood in the evenings. Sanur Beach also dotted with hotels and restaurants. You can also visit Nusa Dua, where more private beaches front super deluxe hotels.

Surfers love the waves at Nusa Lembongan near Nusa Penida. These islands are a 45 minutes boat trip from Nusa Dua or from Sanur. At Nusa Penida’s south western coast are the Manta Point and the Malibu point where divers can swim with Travally, big rays and even sharks. The best dive spots are at Menjangan with its reef flat, anchor wreck, eel garden and caves to explore. Nearby and still in the Bali Barat Park is Pemutaran island.

Bali offers first class adrenaline pumping white water rafting down the spectacular Ayung River by Ubud. Here you can also go bungy-jumping from a cliff down to almost touch the river. If you enjoy cycling, Ubud and its surrounding is a wonderful town to bike around. There are also good cycling paths at Uluwatu in the south.

Mountain climbers may want to climb up Gunung Agung. Begin your ascent from behind the temple or through the village of Sebudi. However, make sure to ask permission first from the temple authorities, as Balinese religion prescribes that no one may stand higher than the sacred temple especially when ceremonies are being held.

The Kecak dance is staged most dramatically in the open air by Pura Tanah Lot with as backdrop, the sun slowly lowering in the sea over the horizon beyond this beautiful temple. The Kecak dance tells the story of Ramayana wherein prince Rama’s wife, Sita, is abducted by the ogre Rahwana.

Get Around

There are many modes of transport to help you get around in Bali. A variety of excellent half day, full day and overnight tour packages are available from your hotel desk or any of the numerous travel agents and tour operators which abound in Bali. You can also find a car and driver who will also act as your guide. Tell the driver your desired route and negotiate a fee.

An important virtue to have while on the road in Bali is patience! Although the road system in the heavily populated areas is quite reasonable (condition wise) in comparison to other developing countries, it can be heavily congested at peak periods. Ceremonial processions often take up the entire road so if you’re caught behind a procession, enjoy the colorful experience.

Get There

With increasing number of direct flights from many parts of the world, getting to Bali is easy. Flights from Jakarta to Bali take about 1.5 hours, from Singapore and Perth (Australia) around 2.5-3 hours, from Hong Kong about 4.5 hours, and from Sydney/Melbourne about 5.5-6 hours on many national and international carriers.

Another means to reach the island is by ferry from Banyuwangi, located at the most eastern tip of East Java. It takes 30-45 minutes crossing from Banyuwangi to Ketapang on Bali. From Bali, you can also continue further by ferry to the island of Lombok, in West Nusa Tenggara. Take the ferry at Padang Bay with transit at Lembar seaport for a total of 4 hours journey.

Source from Ministry of tourism, Republic of Indonesian Website

General Visa Requirement

(Updated on Mar 2nd, 2016)

Passport must be valid for at least 6 months from the date of arrival and have valid return ticket. Starting March 2016, Indonesian government provides free visa for 169 countries.

Free Visa

Visitor holding passport from the following 169 countries are eligible for VISA EXEMPTION to INDONESIA for TOURISM PURPOSE only.
(source www.imigrasi.go.id/visa-exemption-for-tourism-only)

1. Albania
2. Algeria
3. Andorra
4. Angola
5. Antigua and Barbuda
6. Argentina
7. Armenia
8. Australia
9. Austria
10. Azerbaijan
11. Bahamas
12. Bahrain
13. Bangladesh
14. Barbados
15. Belarus
16. Belgium
17. Belize
18. Benin
19. Bhutan
20. Bolivia
21. Bosnia and Herzegovina
22. Botswana
23. Brazil
24. Brunei Darussalam
25. Bulgaria
26. Burkina Faso
27. Burundi
28. Cambodia
29. Canada
30. Cape Verde
31. Chad
32. Chile
33. China
34. Czech Republic
35. Comoros
36. Costa Rica
37. Croatia
38. Cuba
39. Cyprus
40. Denmark
41. Commonwealth of Dominica
42. Dominican Republic
43. East Timor
44. Ecuador
45. Egypt
46. El Salvador
47. Estonia
48. Fiji
49. Finland
50. France
51. Gabon
52. Gambia
53. Georgia
54. Germany
55. Ghana
56. Greece
57. Grenada
58. Guatemala
59. Guyana
60. Haiti
61. Holy See (Vatican City)
62. Honduras
63. Hong Kong (SAR of China)
64. Hungary
65. Iceland
66. India
67. Ireland
68. Italy
69. Ivory Coast
70. Jamaica
71. Japan
72. Jordan
73. Kazakhstan
74. Kenya
75. Kiribati
76. Republic of Korea
77. Kuwait
78. Kyrgyzstan
79. Laos
80. Latvia
81. Lebanon
82. Lesotho
83. Liechtenstein
84. Lithuania
85. Luxembourg
86. Macao (SAR of China)
87. Macedonia
88. Madagascar
89. Maldives
90. Malawi
91. Malaysia
92. Mali
93. Malta
94. Marshall Islands
95. Mauritania
96. Mauritius
97. Mexico
98. Moldova
99. Monaco
100. Mongolia
101. Morocco
102. Mozambique
103. Myanmar
104. Namibia
105. Nauru
106. Nepal
107. New Zealand
108. Netherlands
109. Nicaragua
110. Norway
111. Oman
112. Palau
113. Palestine
114. Panama
115. Papua New Guinea
116. Paraguay
117. Peru
118. Philippines
119. Poland
120. Portugal
121. Puerto Rico
122. Qatar
123. Romania
124. Russia
125. Rwanda
126. Saint Kitts and Nevis
127. Saint Lucia
128. Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
129. Samoa
130. San Marino
131. Sao Tome and Principe
132. Saudi Arabia
133. Senegal
134. Serbia
135. Seychelles
136. Singapore
137. Slovakia
138. Slovenia
139. Solomon Islands
140. South Africa
141. Spain
142. Sri Lanka
143. Suriname
144. Swaziland
145. Sweden
146. Switzerland
147. Taiwan
148. Tajikistan
149. Tanzania
150. Thailand
151. Togo
152. Tonga
153. Trinidad and Tobago
154. Tunisia
155. Turkey
156. Turkmenistan
157. Tuvalu
158. Uganda
159. Ukraine
160. United Kingdom
161. United States of America
162. United Arab Emirates
163. Uruguay
164. Uzbekistan
165. Vanuatu
166. Venezuela
167. Vietnam
168. Zambia
169. Zimbabwe

Port of entry: Int. Airport Jakarta (CGK), Int. Airport Bali / Denpasar (DPS),
Int. Airport Surabaya (SUB), Int. Airport Batam (BTH), Int. Airport Medan (KNO)

Airport Information

Ngurah Rai International Airport, Bali, Indonesia, also known as Denpasar International Airport (DPS), is located in southern Bali, 13km south of Denpasar. It is Indonesia’s third-busiest international airport. For more information please visit www.baliairport.com

Scientific Program

International Faculties

  • Anthony R. Mundy (UK)
  • Anna Lawrence (New Zealand)
  • Faisal Alhajeri (Kuwait)
  • Francisco E. Martins (Portugal)
  • Gunter De Win  (Belgium)
  • Hung Do Lenh (Vietnam)
  • Igor Vaz (Mozambique)
  • Jay Simhan (USA)
  • Joao Luiz Pippi Salle  (Qatar)
  • Joel Gelman (USA)
  • Justin Chee (Australia)
  • Pankaj M. Joshi (India)
  • Patrick Joseph Matias (Philippines)
  • Peggy Chu (Hong Kong)
  • Saiful Azli (Malaysia)
  • Sanjay B. Kulkarni (India)

National Faculties

  • Anak Agung Gde Oka
  • Andri Kustono
  • Basuki B. Purnomo
  • Besut Daryanto
  • Boyke Soebhali
  • Gampo Alam
  • Gede Wirya Kusuma Duarsa
  • I Wayan Yudiana
  • Ida Bagus Putra Pramana
  • Kadek Budi Santosa
  • Kuncoro Adi
  • Kurnia Penta Seputra
  • Medianto Purnomo
  • Paksi Satyagraha
  • Pande Made Wisnu Tirtayasa
  • Pradana Nurhadi
  • Taufiq Nur Budaya
  • Wahjoe Djatisoesanto
  • Wayan Yudiana

Topics for Lecture

  • Strictures
  • Siliconoma
  • Hypospadias
  • VVF
  • Peyronie
  • AUS
  • Penile implant and others

Scientific Sessions

  • Keynote Lecture
  • Case Discussion
  • Debate Discussion
  • Reconstructive Surgery in Asia
  • Surgery all Around the World
  • Video Session
  • Live Surgery
  • Free Paper (Oral and Poster) Competition

Live Surgery Workshop

  • Anterior Strictures (BMG Urethroplasty)
  • Posterior Strictures (EPA)
  • Hypospadias / Epispadias
  • Pediatric Recon Cases
  • Vesicovaginal Fistulas
  • Female Strictures
  • Prosthesis
  • Clitoroplasty for CAH
  • Penile Siloconoma

Program Schedule

Program at Glance


Anthony R. Mundy


Joao Luiz Pippi Salle


Igor Vaz


Joel Gelman


Sanjay B. Kulkarni


Anna Lawrence

(New Zealand)

Justin Chee


Francisco E. Martins


Pankaj M. Joshi


Gunter De Win


Patrick Joseph Matias


Hung Do Lenh


Peggy Chu

(Hong Kong)

Jay Simhan


Saiful Azli


Faisal Alhajeri



Abstract Submission Rules, Regulations and Guidelines
for Oral Free Paper, Poster Free Paper and Video Session

Please kindly pay attention to the following guidelines


Abstract Submission Rules and Regulations
Applied for Oral Free Paper, Poster Free Paper and Video Session.
Special attention to Video Session presenter: you only require to submit the abstract (not the video).
Before submitting the abstract, you are requested to carefully read the rules regarding abstract submission.

  • Abstract(s) may not have been published previously at the time of presentation of the annual MCUE congress.
  • Any human experimentation that has been conducted with respect to the submitted abstract(s), should have been conducted according to the protocol approved by the institutional or local committee on ethics in human investigation; or, if no such committee exists, the works should have been conducted in accordance with the principles of the Declaration of Helsinki of World Medical Association. Council may enquire further into ethical aspects when evaluating the abstract(s)
  • In clinical studies, the authors must state that an Ethical Committee approval has been obtained.
  • Copyright of the abstract(s) is assigned to the Department of Urology Saiful Anwar General Hospital Malang any conflicts with any other scientific association will be the sole responsibility of the author(s).
  • All abstracts that are published, including figures and tables, are the property of Department of Urology Saiful Anwar General Hospital Malang and are protected by copyright. Requests for reuse of material can be done through.
  • Accepted abstracts will be published as a supplement of Bali Medical Journal (BMJ) that have indexes of Web of Science, Thomson Reuters and Clarivate Analytics.
  • The 12th MCUE Scientific Committee office reserves the right to obtain your raw data for statistical evaluation.

Abstract Guidelines

  • All abstract(s) must be submitted in English. Applies also for the title, text body and author affiliations
  • Only abstract submitted through the website congress or congress email will be considered
  • Cancellation or name changes should be notified 1 month prior to the congress by email to 12mcue@pharma-pro.com
  • Systematic reviews (with or without meta-analysis) can be submitted only when they meet the following standards :
    • The clinical question was clearly defined using a standard PICO (Population, Intervention, Comparison and Outcome) format
    • A comprehensive systematic literature search was carried out
    • An assessment of the risk of bias was made
    • Key findings are clearly described including clinical practice relevance

Each quoted author should have contributed substantially to the represented work in terms of conceptual design or analysis writing of article and final approval of the article in order to take public responsibility for the content.

The size of abstracts not more than 300 words and limited to 3,000 characters (including title, body of abstract, spaces tables and graphics). Every picture / graphic count for 500 characters.

The title should clearly define the topic. Do not identify your institution in the title. There is no maximum length for the title. However, the characters in the title are included in your total character count. The first letter of the title will automatically begin with a capital letter. Do type the abstract and title in small letters, except for abbreviations. Do not type the abstract title in capital letters.

Type full family name and first name of all authors, only omitting any titles, degrees and institutional affiliations. It is advisable to check the correct spelling of the family name and initials with each author. Please check that for authors from the same institution, the name of institution is written in the exact same way to avoid the creation of extra affiliations, which are in fact identical.

Type the name of the institution, department, city and country in English.

Body of the abstract
The following headings have already been formatted for you and should not be entered in the text fields again:

  • Introduction & objectives
  • Materials & methods
  • Results
  • Conclusion

State the objective of the study, describe the material and methods, summarize the results presenting sufficient details to support of the conclusions reached (not acceptable to state: “The results will be discussed”). Use number for numbers and only very well-known abbreviations e.g. kg, MRI etc. If you must use other abbreviations, you must explain it the first time it appears. You can use the special keys to insert tables, pictures or specific characters.

Proof reading
Verify that your abstract is correct and read the proof carefully that will be automatically shown after you have inserted all data. Keep a printout for your own records.

Abstract bodies will be published as submitted, except for a simple English spelling check. After submission deadline there is no possibility to edit the abstract anymore.

Submission deadline
Deadline for abstract submission is July 1st, 2019 at 2PM local time.
In case you want to withdraw your abstract after submission, please send an email before August 1st, 2019 to 12mcue@pharma-pro.com

How to submit?
Submit your abstract through congress website www.mcue.org, located at Abstract Submission Section or via congress email 12mcue@pharma-pro.com before the deadline.

The scientific committee will give the final decision on the presentation format for each accepted abstract. However, presenters are welcome to inform the committee the preference of the presentation format. Please note down at the top of your abstract ONE of the following preferences:

The final presentation format and schedule be informed by email to each author at the latest by August 1st, 2019. The presentation schedule will be only provided for those presenters that have paid the registration fee.


Guide for Preparation of a Moderated Oral Presentation:

  • Each presenter will have 5 minutes’ presentation time and 2 minutes for question & answer.
  • Presenter must submit their PowerPoint slides at least 3 hours prior to the session start time at the Slide Counter. Slide counter will be open starting Wed, September 4th 2019 at 2PM and every day during the conference from 7AM to 6PM.
  • PowerPoints must be in ppt/pptx 16:9 format.
  • Presenter are not allowed to use their own laptop

Guide for Preparation of a Moderated Video Session:

  • PREPARE your Video Presentation with 5 minutes’ presentation time.
  • Please make sure that the video is ready to play without the necessity to move forward to catch the allocated time.
  • Each presenter will have 5 minutes’ presentation time and 2 minutes for question & answer.
  • Recommended video format: .mp4, .mov and .avi in High-Definition (HD) resolution
  • To avoid technical difficulties, presenters are recommended to use their own laptop during the presentation.
  • Presenter must check / test their video material at least 3 hours prior to the session start time at the Slide Counter. Please bring your own laptop to the Slide Counter for checking. Slide counter will be open starting Wed, September 4th 2019 at 2PM and every day during the conference from 7AM to 6PM.


Guide for Preparation of a Moderated Poster Presentation:

  • Please download and use the provided Poster Template provided at the conference website.
  • Size 90cm width x 120 cm height (high resolution will be preferred)
  • Strictly portrait orientation
  • Posters should not be elaborate, nor need they be extensive. Supplemental material can be handed out to those viewing your poster.
  • Each poster must have a top label indicating the title of the poster, the names of the authors and their affiliations. The size of the characters for the title should be at least 2 cm high.
  • Poster text should be large enough to be read from a distance of 1 meter or more. This is possible using a letter size of at least 1 cm.
  • Keep illustrative material simple. Charts, drawings and illustrations are usually similar to those used in making slides. Simple use of color is effective for adding emphasis.
  • Simple sections are usually helpful. When feasible, use graphs for demonstrating qualitative relationships, use tables for precise numerical values.
  • Do not mail poster presentations in advance, bring them with you to the meeting.
  • The following information will be provided for poster presenters: location (board number), when to set up and when to dismantle their poster.
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Anthony R. Mundy (UK)

Professor Mundy is Professor of Urology and Medical Director at University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, where he is also a consultant urological surgeon. 

He trained in surgery and urology at Guy’s Hospital, London, and became a consultant urologist there in 1981.  He was made a Professor of Urology in 1989 and moved to the Institute of Urology and UCLH in 1995.

His surgical practice is devoted to reconstructive urology, principally for the management of urethral stricture disease, iatrogenic trauma and complex urinary incontinence; and other than complex urethral surgery his main activity these days is dealing with the posterior urethral complications of the treatment of prostate and other pelvic cancers.

He has given a number of prestigious orations and has been a visiting professor 47 times.  He has written 203 original publications in peer-reviewed journals, 65 chapters and 15 books; has given 769 presentations to learned societies; and travels abroad widely to operate – 144 occasions in the last 20 years.

He is a past member of Council of the Royal College of Surgeons of England, past President of the British Association of Urological Surgeons, past member of the Board of the European Association of Urology, past President of the Genitourinary Reconstructive Surgeons and past President of the British Association of Genito-Urinary Surgeons.  He is Honorary President of the European Association of Genito-Urinary Reconstructive Surgeons and a founder member of the International Society for Reconstructive Urology.  He is or has been a member or honorary member of a number of national international societies and committees.

Joao Luiz Pippi Salle (Qatar)

Professor and Divison Head, Pediatric Urology, Department of Surgery Sidra Medicine, Doha, Qatar

Education Degrees

Current Appointments

Igor Vaz (Mozambique)

Specialty Interests:


Sanjay B. Kulkarni (India)

Dr. Kulkarni is a nationally and internationally recognized expert in urethral reconstruction. Dr Kulkarni established Centre for Reconstructive Urology in 1995. The centre performs one of the largest number of urethroplasties in the world today.

Dr. Kulkarni invented the new technique of one stage reconstruction of pan urethral stricture by one side dissection, penile invagination and dorsal Onlay buccal mucosa graft urethroplasty.

The Urology Society of India awarded “Urology Gold Medal” for his outstanding contribution to Urology in India in 2011.

The President of India has conferred prestigious Dr BC Roy award to Dr Sanjay Kulkarni for the year 2016.

Anna Michele Lawrence



Employment History


Justin Chee (Australia)

Dr Chee obtained his undergraduate degree from the University of Melbourne in 1997 after which he began his career in surgery. Dr Chee commenced his Urology training in 2006, becoming a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons FRACS (Urology) in 2011.

Dr Chee’s special interest is in reconstructive urology in particular the surgical management of urethral stricture disease and prosthetic urology including male urinary incontinence and erectile dysfunction. Dr Chee has travelled widely to improve his technical and clinical skills in reconstructive urology and trained with some of the worlds leaders in this field. Dr Chee has been invited faculty for many National and International workshops/conferences focusing on GenitoUrinary Reconstructive Surgery.

Current appointments:

Francisco E. Martins (Portugal)



Pankaj M. Joshi (India)

Dr. Pankaj specializes in Genitourinary Reconstructive He completed Masters in General Surgery from University of Mumbai and DNB in Urology in Pune. He achieved the highest honor in the field; The H S Bhat Gold Medal in the final exit examination conducted by the National Board, Urology (DNB) in 2010. For over six years, he has been actively associated with Center for Reconstructive Urology, Pune working as a core team member under the able guidance of Dr. Sanjay B Kulkarni, who is the recipient of Dr. B. C. Roy Award (2006)

Dr. Pankaj is passionate about his work, an avid researcher. His has innovated novel technique (MRI in Pelvic fractures) and device (Penile retractor) which has won the third prize at BANTU, SIU 2017. This retractor is very useful for management of hypospadias, penile surgeries including Peyronies disease. It is self-retaining and improves surgeon as well as assistant ergonomics.

Pankaj won the prestigious IAUA Chakraborty

Fellowship for 2018 and visited Cleveland Clinic.


Qualification University

  1. DNB (Urology) Deenanath Mangeshkar Hospital, Pune
  2. MS (General Surgery) B Y L Nair Hospital & Topiwala National Medical College, University of Mumbai
  3. MBBS Lokmanya Tilak Municipal Medical College, University of Mumbai

Present Appointment

Gunter De Win (Belgium)

MD, Phd Consultant in Adolescent, Pediatric and Reconstructive Urology Researcher (Surgical Education and congenital lifelong urology), and Assisting Professor  in Urology, Fertility  and Evidence Based Medicine,


Patrick Matias Joseph (Philippines)

Reconstructive Urology

Société Internationale D’Urologie (SIU) Training Scholarship Recipient 2015, University College Hospital at Westmoreland Street, London, United Kingdom, April 26 to July 24, 2016

Takeda Science Foundation Fellowship Recipient 2015, Department of Urology, Jikei University Hospital, Tokyo, Japan, January 5 – April 1, 2016

Philippine Board of Urology Oral Examination (September 19, 2015), Written Examination (July 25, 2015), Practical Examination (December 2014)

UROLOGY RESIDENCY : University of the Philippines - Philippine General Hospital, Department of Surgery, Division of Urology, January 2009 - December 2014; Chief Fellow (January 2014 – December 2014)

Hung Do Lenh (Vietnam)

Peggy Chu (Hong Kong)

Consultant Urologist, Department of Surgery, Tuen Mun Hospital, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, People’s Republic of China

President, Hong Kong Urological Association (2010-2012)

Dr. Peggy CHU is the consultant urologist in Tuen Mun Hospital and the past president of the Hong Kong Urological Association, 2010-2012.

Dr. CHU received her medical degree from the University of Hong Kong. She then received her urology training from Queen Elizabeth Hospital. Her overseas training took place at the Institute of Urology, University College London, in 1996. After coming back from London, she continued to work in Queen Elizabeth Hospital until 2006; since then she continued her career in Tuen Mun Hospital.

Dr. Peggy CHU is specialized in reconstructive, neuro and female urology. She led the team, including urologists from Princess Margaret Hospital and toxicologists from United Christian Hospital, which reported the first 10 cases in Hong Kong with contracted bladder and upper urinary tract damage associated with ketamine abuse. This discovery has raised the Hong Kong Government’s and the community’s awareness of the social problems associated with Ketamine abuse. She also provided an affidavit to the Hong Kong High Court, thus leading to more stringent guidelines on sentencing of ketamine abuse since June 2008. Dr CHU received the Outstanding Staff Award from Hong Kong Hospital Authority in 2009.

Dr. CHU has been the member of the executive board of British Journal of Urology International since 2011. Dr CHU is also currently serving as the international adviser of the guideline committee of European Association of Urology.

Jay Simhan (USA)

Clinical practice and research interests include: Urethral stricture disease, penile implant surgery, male anti-incontinence surgery, Peyronie’s disease, open and robotic urinary tract reconstruction, genitourinary trauma/injury, complications from urologic cancer treatment.

Dr Saiful Azli is a fully qualified Urologist dedicated to reconstructive surgery of the urogenital system.

He graduated from University Science of Malaysia in 2001, and following 4 years training in General Surgery and served as a general surgeon for 2 years. He completed advanced training in Urology and obtained his fellowship in 2017. He is currently working in Serdang Hospital, Selangor as the Head of Urology Department.


He pursued overseas training with the few reconstructive surgeons, including Professor Sanjay Kulkarni in India and Dr Rados P. Djinovic in Belgrade Serbia, Chairman of Sava Perovic Foundation. He also went Thailand to pursue his interest in urogenital reconstructive surgery.

His area of interest are male uro-genital reconstructive surgery, pediatric uro-genital reconstructive surgery and andrology.

Faisal Alhajeri (Kuwait)