• 4th Meeting of the EAU Section of Urolithiasis

Welcome to EULIS17 in Vienna, Austria

The meeting aims to convene the best of the best in the field for the highly-significant scientific exchange of the latest advances and research in Urolithiasis.

Dear friends and colleagues,

It gives us great pleasure to welcome you to the upcoming 4th bi-annual meeting of the EAU Section of Urolithiasis (EULIS17). We have gathered an excellent faculty of internationally renowned experts who will share their valuable skills and know-how with you.

EULIS17 offers the best in the field for treatment of stone disease through state-of-the-art lectures, riveting discussions, and point-counterpoint debates. At the meeting, you will explore numerous scientific developments and clinical applications in the pathophysiology, diagnosis, metabolic evaluation, medical and surgical treatment of stone disease.

Boost your knowledge through the scientific exchange on new advances and research in urolithiasis. In fact, your participation is highly encouraged! EULIS17 provides a good opportunity to learn more about the management of recurrent and complex cases, and to examine the impact of stone disease and the procedures performed on the Quality of Life of your patients.

We look forward to seeing you in Vienna!

Kemal Sarica Chairman EULIS Prof. C. Seitz
Kemal Sarica
Chairman EULIS
Christian Seitz
Local organiser


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The top 3 reasons not to miss EULIS17

Meet world-class experts for discussion.


Deliberate and brainstorm with key opinion leaders, and bring home newfound knowledge that will benefit your patients and enhance your clinical practice.

Get a complete update in stone disease.


Upgrade yourself with key updates and insights from Europe’s leading experts through educational panel discussions, thought-provoking debates and  state-of-the-art presentations.

Watch the live surgeries performed from various European countries.


Observe the skills and techniques of the best of the best in the field to boost your knowledge and care of your patients affected by stone disease.