76th ETCE EVENT
sponsored by BOSTON SCIENTIFIC
Course Vice Director:
One supine PNL, one supine miniPNL and two RIRS for urolithiasis have been carried out uneventfully.
Picture 1: Axial CT scan of the 1st patient (right supine miniPNL): a 1.5 cm stone (HU 1300) of the middle calyx is showed in a patient recurrent UTIs.
Picture 2: Coronal CT scan of the 2nd patient (left RIRS): a residual 1.2 cm stone of the lower calyx (HU 1200) is showed in a patient who underwent previous PCNL for staghorn stone of the left kidney.
Picture 3: Axial CT scan of the 3rd patient (left RIRS with Lithovue scope): a 1.2 cm stone (HU 1400) of the medium calyx is showed.
Picture 4: Coronal CT scan of the 4th patient (left supine PNL): a staghorn stone of the upper and middle calyx (HU 700) is showed in a patient with recurrent UTIs.
Dr.Enrique Artozki Morras, Urologist at “Hospital Donostia”, Donostia-San Sebastien, Spain
Dr Stefania Pilloni, Urologist at “Ospedale Civile di Merano”, Merano, Italy
Dr Jon Larrinaga Simon, Urologist at “Hospital Universitario de Alava”, Alava, Spain
Dr Zara Gall, Urologist at “Royal Bolton Hospital”, Manchester, UK
Mr Luca Martinelli, European Training Manager,Boston Scientific