Baltic21 scientific program will be aimed at solving key problems and achievements in the field of Uro-oncology, functional urology, and other areas where a critical assessment is needed. Since its founding in 2014, the Baltic Meeting has provided relevant updates to match the rapid progress in urology and its sub-specialty. Over the years, great interest and active participation have grown, as the Baltic meetings are the most important platform for demonstrating the dynamic work and dedication of urologists in the region and beyond.
The European School of Urology (ESU) will offer courses and practical exercises based on new methods and skills development. Young and experienced urologists will share their knowledge, experience, and problems that they face in everyday practice.