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Tashkent hosted the Fifth Congress of Urologists in Uzbekistan with international participation entitled “Modern Technologies in Diagnostics and Therapy of Urological Diseases”. The event was organized by the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Uzbekistan and the Society of Urologists of the Republic of Uzbekistan. “Medical Express” Journal had a role of an information partner of the congress.










The congress agenda included 6 plenary sessions dedicated to modern global achievements in urology.
Deputy Minister of Health of the Republic of Uzbekistan, Professor A. M. Khadjibayev, opened the congress.
The Head of Uzbekistan’s Society of Urologists, Doctor of Medical Sciences, Professor Farkhad Akilov, and Director of the Republican Specialized Scientific and Practical Medical Center for Urology, Chief Urology Consultant to the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Uzbekistan, Doctor of Medical Sciences, Professor Sh. Mukhtarov addressed the participants of the congress with welcoming remarks.

Leading urologists from Germany, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Russia, the United States of America, Tajikistan, Turkey and Uzbekistan attended the congress.

Professor Michael Popp (Germany) made a presentation on “The phytoneering principle: Researched phytomedicines in times of growing antibiotic resistance”.







A presentation "Do we Need Always Antibiotic Therapy to Treat Uncomplicated Cystitis? New Aspects from Guidelines" was delivered by Professor Kurt G. Naber (Germany).






Professor Bj?rn Wullt (Sweden) made a presentation on “Bacteria and Host Interaction in UTI with New Perspectives on Non-antibiotic Treatments”.






A presentation “"Change of a Paradigm in UTI: quo vadis?" was delivered by Professor Florian M. Wagenlehner (Germany).







Dr. Jakhongir Alidjanov presented “Aspects of Symptom-based Diagnostics of the Lower UTI”.

Other plenary sessions including “Modern Technologies in Urology”, “Modern Diagnostics and Therapy of Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms”, and “Modern Aspects of Men’s Health” were also organized for the participants of the congress.

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