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Stones and Endourology

Created: 7/4/2005

 

STONES AND ENDOUROLOGY

 

  • The aetiology, presentation, investigation and management of the patient with stone disease
  • The biochemical and biophysical factors involved in the generation of urinary stone disease with particular reference to calcium oxalate, urate and triple phosphate stone disease
  • The biochemical investigation of patients with recurrent urinary stone disease
  • The surgical treatment of renal calculi including PCNL and open surgery
  • The mode of action of extracorporeal energy sources used in the treatment of stone disease and their application to patients with renal and ureteric calculi
  • The significance and management of infective staghorn calculi
  • Ureteric calculi and their endoscopic treatment
  • The assessment and management of bladder stones
  • PCNL, ureteroscopy and other aspects of endourology
  • Endourological treatment of upper tract malignancy
  • Principles of laparoscopy
  • Laparoscopic procedures applied to urology

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