Flexible ureteroscopy (RIRS)

Poster session 02

  • Location:
    Stolz 1
  • Chairs:
     A. Bourdoumis, Exeter (GB)
     P.A. Geavlete, Bucharest (RO)
  • Poster viewing of 15 minutes. Presentations will take place on stage. Presentations are 3 minutes in length, followed by 2 minutes for discussion.
Poster viewing
Digital flexible ureterorenoscopy efficacy and factors influencing stone clearance for renal stones treatment

By: Ragab M., Kodinova A., Kostopoulos C., Ormanov D., Gkougkousis E., Wazait H., Mazaris E.

Institutes: North West Anglia NHS Foundation Trust, Dept. of Urology, Cambridgeshire, United Kingdom

A novel prediction model for operative time of flexible ureteroscopy with lithotripsy for the treatment of renal stones

By: Ito H.1, Kuroda S.1, Sakamaki K.2, Yao M.1, Matsuzaki J.3

Institutes: 1Yokohama City University Graduate School of Medicine, Dept. of Urology, Yokohama, Japan, 2Yokohama City University Graduate School of Medicine, Dept. of Biostatistics, Yokohama, Japan, 3Ohguchi East General Hospital, Dept. of Urology, Yokohama, Japan

Stone attenuation value on computed tomography is not associated with stone-free rate after retrograde intrarenal surgery for kidney stones

By: Bahshaliyev A.2, Özteki̇n C.V.1, Pasali S.3, Memis A.3, Özden C.3, Cetinkaya M.3

Institutes: 1Near East University, Faculty of Medicine, Dept. of Urology, Lefkoşa, Turkey, 2Medera Hospital, Dept. of Urology, Baku, Azerbaijan, 3Ankara Numune Education and Research Hospital, Dept. of Urology, Ankara, Turkey

Predicting the persistence of significant residual fragments by endoscopic evaluation after flexible ureterorenoscopy: Can we rely on ourselves?

By: Bosio A., Alessandria E., Dalmasso E., Peretti D., Vitiello F., Agosti S., Bisconti A., Destefanis P., Gontero P.

Institutes: Ospedale Molinette, Dept. of Urology, Turin, Italy

Surgical planning for the treatment of 2-3 cm kidney stones: Retrograde intrarenal surgery or mini-Percutaneous nephrolithotomy?

By: Zeng G., Zhao Z., Deng T., Zhu W.

Institutes: The First Affiliated Hospital Guangzhou Medical University, Dept. of Urology, Guangzhou, China

Are we pushing RIRS to its limits? Comparison of outcomes for patients with 20-30mm stone burden

By: Oliveira Rocha Costa P.1, Dias J.1, Ribeiro De Oliveira T.2, Rodrigues R.1, Pereira D.1, Espiridião P.1, Amorim R.1, Costa L.1, Oliveira V.1, Xambre L.1, Pereira M.1, Amaral J.1, Ferraz L.1

Institutes: 1Centro Hospitalar Vila Nova de Gaia – Espinho, Dept. of Urology, Vila Nova de Gaia, Portugal, 2Centro Hospitalar Lisboa Norte – EPE, Dept. of Urology, Lisboa, Portugal

The safety and efficacy of flexible and semirigid ureteroscopy as a minimally invasive treatment for challenging cases of renal and ureteric lithiasis: Our clinical experience in 72 difficult cases

By: Kostopoulos C., Kodinova A., Ragab M., Gkougkousis E., Wazait H., Ormanov D., Mazaris E.

Institutes: Hinchingbrooke Hospital, Dept. of Urology, Huntingdon, United Kingdom

Large impacted ureteral stones: What to do?

By: Kouicem H.

Institutes: Urology Maghreb Centre, Dept. of Urology, Setif, Algeria

Efficiency of ureteroscopic lithotripsy in case of anomalies of kidneys and ureters

By: Imamverdiyev S., Mammadov R.

Institutes: Azerbaijan Medical University, Dept. of Urology, Baku, Azerbaijan

Efficacy and safety of bilateral rirs for renal lithiasis

By: Bauza Quetglas J.L., Pieras Ayala E.C., Tubau Vidaña V., Guimerá Garcia J., Sabatè Arroyo A., Ladaria Sureda L., Aliaga Ayuni C., Martínez Moreno A.I., Piza Reus P.

Institutes: Hospital Universitario son Espases, Dept. of Urology, Palma de Mallorca, Spain

Is Ureteroscopy the new gold standard for patients with stones in a solitary kidney? Evidence from a Systematic Review

By: Pietropaolo A., Jones P., Rai B P., Somani B.K.

Institutes: University Hospital Southampton Nhs Foundation Trust (uhs), Dept. of Urology, Southampton, United Kingdom

Flexible ureteroscopic lithotripsy is safe and efficient for renal stone less than 2cm with persistent urinary tract infection

By: Da J., Xu M., Wang Y., Shao Y., Dong G., Wang Z.

Institutes: Shanghai Ninth People’s Hospital, Dept. of Urology, Shanghai, China

Ureteroscopy and Laser Holium: Yag after failure extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy: Impacted ureteral may influence therapeutic approach to proximal ureteral stones? Comparative study

By: Benrabah R., Azli M., Boumelit S., Souid M., Lounici M.

Institutes: University Hospital, Dept. of Urology, Kouba, Algeria