75th ETCE EVENT
sponsored by ROCAMED
Course Vice Director:
One supine PNL, one supine miniPNL and two RIRS for urolithiasis have been carried out uneventfully.
Picture 1: Coronal CT scan of the 1st patient (right supine miniPNL): a 1.5 cm renal stone (HU 550) of the lower calyx is showed in a patient with metabolic syndrome, resistant to alkalinization therapy.
Picture 2: Axial CT scan of the 2nd patient (left RIRS): a 1 cm stone of the proximal ureter, just below the UPJ (HU 1300) is showed.
Picture 3: Axial CT scan of the 3rd patient (left RIRS): a 1 cm stone (HU 1100) of the renal pelvis is showed.
Picture 4: Axial CT scan of the 4th patient (right PNL): a 2 cm stone (HU 900) of the lower calyx is showed in a patient with bilateral segmental medullary sponge kidney.
Dr. Carlo Vivacqua , Urologist at “San Giovanni Battista Hospital”, Foligno, Italy
Dr. Franco Elmi , Urologist at Columbus Medical Center, Cesena, Italy
Dr. Fabio Campodonico , Urologist at “Ospedali Galliera”, Genova, Italy
Mr Alfonso Della Pietra, regional Sales Manager Southern Europe, ROCAMED
Mr Franco Milia, Global Clinical & Training Manager for ROCAMED