66TH ETCE EVENT
sponsored by BOSTON SCIENTIFIC
Course Vice Director:
One supine PCNL, 2 RIRSs (one with brand new Lithovue disposable scope) and one MiniPerc for urolithiasis have been carried out uneventfully.
Picture 1: Axial CT scan of the 1st patient (left tubeless PCNL): a 2.5 cm stone (HU 1400)of the left renal pelvis and 1.5 cm stone of the lower calyx are showed.
Picture 2: Axial CT scan of the 2nd patient (right RIRS): a 1.5 cm renal stone (HU 1300) of the right renal pelvis is showed in a patient with renal ptosis and proximal ureteral kinging.
Picture 3: Axial CT scan of the 3rd patient (right miniPerc): a 2 cm stone of the right upper pole is showed in a patient with renal cyst close to the stone.
Picture 4: Coronal CT scan of the 4th patient (left RIRS): residual multiple renal fragments after previous PCNL for staghorn stone are showed.
Prof Pier Paolo Curti: Urologist at Ospedale Mater Salutis, Legnago, Italy
Dr Yassine Zarkik, Urologist at Hopital du Valais, Martigny, Switzerland
Dr Rogier Van der Vijgh, Urologist at OLVG west Hospital, Amsterdam, Netherland
Dr Ann Crump, Urologist at Royal Bolton Hospital, Manchester, UK
Mr Jochen Cramer, Business Development Manager Europe
Urology & Pelvic Health
Mr Luca Martinelli, European Training Manager,Boston Scientific
Mr Salvo Callea, Sales Representative, Karl Storz Italy