38TH ETCE EVENT sponsored by BOSTON SCIENTIFIC
Course Vice Director:
1 supine tubeless PCNL and 3 RIRS for urolithiasis have been carried out uneventfully.
Picture 1: Coronal CT scan of the 1st patient (right supine PCNL): a 4.5 cm stone (HU 1200) of the right pelvis is showed.
Picture 2: Axial CT scan of the 2nd patient (right RIRS): a 1.5 cm right lower pole stone is showed in a patient who previously underwent multiple ESWLs in an other hospital .
Picture 3: Axial CT scan of the 3rd patient (left RIRS): a subcentimetric stone in the UPJ is showed. This patient underwent left RIRS for renal stone of 2 cm in diameter 3 months ago during UAS placement a III grade ureteral lesion of the UPJ occurred. Today the stone was stuck in a recess under the mucosa of the UPJ, surfacing only just a little into the lumen.
Picture 4: Axial CT scan of the 4th patient (left RIRS): a 1 cm left renal stone (HU 1300) is showed in a patient who unsuccessfully underwent a RIRS and multiple ESWLs in a other hospital.
Dr. Farooq Khan, Urologist Consultant at Luton Dunstable NHS Foundation Trust,Luton (UK)
Dr. Giuseppe Carluccio, Urologist at Sacro Cuore Don Calabria Negrar, Verona (Italy)
Ms Francesca Cerpelloni, Scrub Nurse at Sacro Cuore Don Calabria Negrar, Verona (Italy)
Mr Luca Martinelli,European Training Manager,Boston Scientific
Ms Justyna Dziedzic-Winska, Sales Manager, Boston Scientific Poland
Mr Paolo Cantù, Sales Manager, Karl Storz Italy