18TH ETCE EVENT sponsored by COOK MEDICAL
Course Vice Director:
1 tubeless supine PCNL for renal stones and 3 RIRS for renal stones have been performed uneventfully
Picture 1: coronal CT scan of the 1st patient (previous ipsilateral PCNL): multiple right renal stones are showed (HU 900)
Picture 2: coronal CT scan of the 2nd patient a 2cm left renal stone resistant to alcalinization is showed (HU 450)
Picture 3: axial CT scan of the 3rd patient with previous open pyeloplasty: a 1,6 cm right renal stone is showed (HU 1350)
Picture 4-5: axial CT scan of the 4th patient: 2 renal stones are showed, 2,2 cm 1 cm(HU1500)
Dr. Gianmarco Isgrò, resident at Dept. Of Urology, Policlinico of Modena, Modena, Italy
Dr. Inigo Lopez Diez, Hospital Sanitas La Zarzuela, Madrid
Dr. Matteo Marzotto, Dept. Of Urology, Magenta Hospital, Milan, Italy
Dr. Alberto Parmigiani, Resident at Dept. Of Urology, San Matteo Hospital, Pavia, Italy
Dr. Alberto Rivero, Hospital Universitario de Burgos,Burgos , Spain
COMMENTS ABOUT US:
“Dear Profesor Giusti,
The pleasure was mine to share a little time with you both inside and outside the hospital. Always see someone with experienced working, which also can explain and teach what he does is a great pleasure. I have learned many tricks and hopefully one day not too far away i can apply in my work day.
I hope to convince my hospital that accepts soon to buy a flexible ureteroscope. I have to make a convincing report to the manager.
I hope that in the end the hospital purchase a flexible ureteroscope to invite you one day to help me getting start with the first cases.
Un cordial y agradecido abrazo”