The American Urological Association is now accepting teaching video abstracts for inclusion in the Urology Core Curriculum. Teaching video abstracts should provide step-by-step instructions for performing common surgical procedures. Each video submission will be reviewed by the Urologic Video Education Committee and the best videos in each category will be submitted to the Core Curriculum Committee for final selections. Authors of accepted videos will be notified by December 31, 2018. The accepted videos will be played in a continuous feed at the 2019 AUA Annual Meeting in Chicago and will be published in the AUA Core Curriculum.

This year, the Core Curriculum Committee is requesting videos on the following topics and procedures:

GU Oncology

  1. Bladder Neoplasms:
    1. Robotic radical cystectomy
    2. Robotic extended pelvic lymph node dissection
    3. Intracorporeal diversion
  2. Adrenal Neoplasms
    1. Robotic and/or Laparoscopic Adrenalectomy
      1. Pheochromocytoma
      2. Functional adrenal masses (non-pheo)
      3. Adrenocortical Carcinoma
  3. Prostate Cancer
    1. Extraperitoneal robotic prostatectomy
  4. Renal Neoplasms
    1. Laparoscopic and/or Robotic Radical Nephrectomy
    2. Open radical nephrectomy with IVC thrombectomy
  5. Testis Neoplasms
    1. Open RPLND
  6. Upper Tract Neoplasms
    1. Robotic and/or Laparoscopic Nephroureterectomy
    2. Distal ureter manage during RNU (MIS or open)

Pediatric Urology

  1. Hypospadias
    1. Distal hypospadias repair
    2. Proximal hypospadias 1 stage repair
    3. Proximal hypospadias 2 stage repair
    4. Chordae correction different methods 
  2. Pediatric GU Oncology  
  3. Urinary Tract Anomalies
    1. Open and Robotic/Lap Pyeloplasty
    2. Open and Robotic  Ureteral reimplantation
    3. Appendicovesicostomy
    4. Augmentation cystoplasty
  4. Disorders of Sexual Differentiation
    1. Feminizing Genitoplasty
  5. Undescended Testicle/Cryptorchidism 
    1. Inguinal Orchiopexy
    2. Laparoscopic Orchiopexy
    3. Scrotal/Bianchi Orchiopexy