last updated: 08:24 Tue 09 Feb 2021

Upcoming Events

ESUR 2021 - Online congress

Dear ESUR members,
Dear colleagues & friends,

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, and the impact on travel restrictions, and organisation of events, we would like to inform you that the ESUR 2021 symposia will unfortunately not go ahead as a physical meeting. In the upcoming weeks the Executive Board will be exploring the various options for providing an online programme that will satisfy our needs as a community for scientific and educational exchange.

This decision is based not only on the current situation, but also on this lasting uncertainty we all face regarding the months to come. The safety and well-being of our members, faculty, friends and the entire community is of utmost importance and as such this heavy-hearted decision was again necessary. We feel that this is the socially responsible decision, in view of the on-going concerns related to the communal health risks posed by large gatherings and the need for continued social distancing.
The preparations for the online congress have already started, and we look forward to sharing with you more details in the near future.

We would like to express our sincere thanks for your understanding and continuous support.  I wish you all stay well and healthy.

With best wishes,

Marie-France Bellin                           José Venâncio
ESUR President                                ESUR 2020 Symposium Organiser

10th Prostate MRI Teaching Course


We are happy to announce the new Date and Venue for the 10th Prostate MRI Teaching Course:

June 4-5,2021
CHUV, Lausanne/CH

Pre Course for Beginners: June3, 2021

Registration will open at the beginning of 2021.

ESUR - European Society of Urogenital Radiology


ESUR WEBINAR on "Scrotal and Penile Imaging"
October 6th, 2020
5:00-6:30 PM (CEST)

The webinar consists of a presentation in form of a live lecture given by experienced radiologists and additionally offers the possibility of direct interaction with the speaker with question/answer time at the end. The presentations can be followed from home, work or even while commuting on any computer with internet access.

This webinar is aimed at senior residents, board-certified radiologists and fellows interested in scrotal and penile imaging. It is designed to update knowledge on all imaging aspects of varicoceles and scrotal trauma. This webinar discusses what radiologists need to know as well as what was recently published in guidelines. This webinar will be online, interactive and offered for free.

"Varicoceles: what is good practice? "
by Prof. Michele Bertolotto, Trieste/IT

“Imaging in scrotal trauma”
by Dr. Subramaniyan Ramanathan, Doha/QA

Please click here to register!



ESUR - Quick Guide to Female Pelvis Imaging

This new ESUR Quick Guide is designed to be used as a quick reference to planning the imaging of patients with suspected or confirmed gynaecologic disease.

To access on online version of the ESUR Quick Guide to Female Pelvis Imaging V1 please click here.

If you would like to order a printed copy of the guide, please send us an email. Printed booklets cost €6 per copy plus shipping costs. 

Contrast Media Safety Guidelines 10.0

If you would like to order a printed copy of the most recent guidelines on Conrast Media Safety, please send us an email. Printed guidelines cost €6 per copy plus shipping costs. 

Join ESUR on Facebook and Twitter

ESUR has finally joined Facebook and Twitter! 

Make sure to follow us by clicking these icons to keep up to date with society news, workshop and symposia updates:


Are you interested in becoming more active in ESUR and having an influence on its activities? The ESUR board is looking for members in the early stages of their career, who would like to help to create and be a part of a group/network dedicated to the needs of early career investigators.

This initiative will be supported, as and when neccessary, by an appointed ESUR Board member. Support will be provided for online meetings and space for physical meetings will be offered at ESUR Annual Meetings. The rest is up to you and your creativity!

If you are an early career researcher (under the age of forty & less than 10 years since the completion of your PhD/MD) and you are interested, please send your CV and a short supporting statement detailing why you would like to be involved to the ESUR Office.

Looking forward to your application!