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KEY LECTURE SESSION

S. Khan: Oxydative stress, nephrolithiasis and chronic kidney disease
C. Chaussy: Renaissance of ESWL through improvement of treatment strategies
A. Rodgers: Physicochemical approaches for the study of urolithiasis
A. Smith: Endourology - Where it was, is, and will be...

SESSION 1

J. Reis-Santos: Epidemiology of stone disease in the Western world
A. Trinchieri: Modern imaging for stone disease
M. Alom: Epidemiology of Stone Disease in the Eastern World
C. Bach: Improving clinical outcomes in SWL

SESSION 2

G. Gambaro: Is there a stone gene? 
M. Desai: Treating stones in transplanted

SESSION 3

K. Sarica: Modern stone treatment in children
A. Papatsoris: Intracorporeal laser lithotripsy
B. Hess: Medical treatment of renal colic
M. El Howairis: QoL with ureteric stents

SESSION 4

C. Bach: Improving compliance in the recurrent stone former
I. El Eraky: Treating staghorn stones in the 21st century
D. Kok: A new patient tool for diet monitoring on the web
P. Saunders: Anaesthetics in stone surgery -A piece of cake?
M. Desai: MicroPerc®

SESSION 5

M. El Eraky: PCNL in ectopic kidneys
B. Hess: Medical expulsive therapy
A. Trinchieri: Just break it! – Should surgeons bother with metabolism?

SESSION 6

P. Osther: Intrarenal pressures during URS - A problem?
Η. Ather: Complication of URS 

SESSION 7

M. Al Omar: Supine versus prone versus lateral versus anything
Η. Ather: Open surgery for stones in 2012
S. Kachrilas: Metal stents in Urology 

SESSION 8

M. Conradie: Laparoscopic stone treatment
I. El Eraky: Stones & PUJ stenosis – Modern treatment
K. Sarica: The forgotten JJ stent

 

 

Accreditation

The Conference has been granted 12 European CME credits (ECMEC) by the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME).

All accepted abstracts have been published as a Supplement to the African Journal of Urology, the official journal of the Pan African Urological Surgeons‘ Association (PAUSA).