Metabolics and stone composition

Poster session 04

  • Location:
    Stolz 1
  • Chairs:
     D.J. Kok, Rotterdam (NL)
     R. Siener, Bonn (DE)
  • 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
Introduction
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"Urolithiasis" - mobile app, that can change your life

By: Obidniak V.1, Popov S.4, Gadzhiev N.2, Pisarev A.3

Institutes: 1St Petersburg Clinical Hospital Named After St Luka, Dept. of Urology, St Petersburg, Russia, 2NRCERM, EMERCOM of Russia, Dept. of Urology, St Petersburg, Russia, 3St Petersburg Multiprofile Center of Ministry of Health of Russian Federation, Dept. of Urology, St Petersburg, Russia, 4St Petersburg Clinical Hospital Named After St Luka, Dept. of Urology, St Petersburg, Russia

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Estimation of the nutrition stereotype of patients with urolithiasis

By: Anokhin N.A.1, Prosiannikov M.Y.1, Konstantinova O.V.1, Shaderkin I.A.2, Zelenskiy M.M.2, Voytko D.A.2, Golovanov S.A.3, Apolihin O.I.4, Sivkov A.V.4

Institutes: 1N.a. Lopatkin.scientific Research Institute of Urology and Interventional Radiology – Branch of The, Dept. of urolithiasis, Moscow, Russia, 2N.a. Lopatkin.scientific Research Institute of Urology and Interventional Radiology – Branch of The, Dept. of of Regional Urology Development With The Telemedicine Group, Moscow, Russia, 3N.a. Lopatkin.scientific Research Institute of Urology and Interventional Radiology – Branch of The, Dept. of Scientific Laboratory, Moscow, Russia, 4N.a. Lopatkin.scientific Research Institute of Urology and Interventional Radiology – Branch of The, Moscow, Russia

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Primary hyperoxaluria type 1 – heterozygous mutation discovered in two female siblings with nephrolithiasis

By: Lichosik M.1, Jobs K.2, Beck B.3

Institutes: 1Military Institute of Medicine, Dept. of Paediatry, Nephrology and Alergology, Warsaw, Poland, 2Military Institute Of Medicine, Dept of Paediatry, Nephrology and Alergology, Warsaw, Poland, 3University Hospital of Cologne, Institute of Human Genetics, Cologne, Germany

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Impact of vitamin D supplementation on vitamin D level, calcium excretion and bones density in patients with hypercalciuria and vitamin D deficiency

By: Milart J., Jobs K.

Institutes: Military Institute of Medicine, Dept. of Paediatric, Nephrology and Allergology, Warsaw, Poland

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Climatic variations and warm weather leads to rise in renal colics and kidney stones: Results from local, regional and national registries

By: Geraghty R.1, Proietti S.2, Traxer O.2, Archer M.1, Somani B.1

Institutes: 1University Hospital Southampton, Dept. of Urology, Southampton, United Kingdom, 2Hôpital Tenon, Dept. of Urology, Paris, France

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Prevalence and metabolic features of distal renal tubular acidosis among 534 non-selected kidney stone formers

By: Hess B.1, Sromicki J.2

Institutes: 1Klinik im Park, Dept. of Internal Medicine & Nephrology, Zurich, Switzerland, 2University of Zurich, Dept. of Cardiovascular Surgery, Zurich, Switzerland

49
A classic paradigm shift: Seeking explanations for kidney stone pathogenesis in subjects from a relatively stone-free race group

By: Rodgers A.

Institutes: University of Cape Town, Dept. of Chemistry, Cape Town, South Africa

50
Metabolic evaluation of high risk stone formers. Are we up to the task?

By: Stasinou T.1, Kampantais S.2, Chow K.1, Bourdoumis A.3, Young G.1

Institutes: 1University Hospital of South Manchester, Dept. of Urology, Manchester, United Kingdom, 2Southend University Hospital, Dept. of Urology, Southend On Sea, United Kingdom, 3Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust, Dept. of Urology, Manchester, United Kingdom

51
The association between BMI and urine pH in a specialist metabolic stone clinic in the UK

By: Ahmed A.1, Tsiotras A.1, Karet Frankl F.2, Wiseman O.1

Institutes: 1Cambridge University Hospitals, NHS Foundation Trust, Dept. of Urology, Cambridge, United Kingdom, 2University of Cambridge, Dept. of Medical Genetics and Division of Renal Medicine, Cambridge, United Kingdom

52
Accumulation of stent encrustations depends on fluid dynamics: In-vitro study on a stent-on-a-chip model

By: Mosayyebi A.1, K. Somani B.2, Zhang X.1, Manes C.3, Carugo D.1

Institutes: 1University of Southampton, Faculty of Engineering and the Environment, Southampton, United Kingdom, 2University of Southampton, Southampton General Hospital, Southampton, United Kingdom, 3Politecnico Di Torino, Dept. of Environment, Land and Infrastructure Engineering, Turin, Italy

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Computed tomography Hounsfield parameters for discrimination of predominantly composed calcium oxalate mono- and di- hydrate stones: Preliminary results

By: Gallioli A., Fontana M., De Lorenzis E., Boeri L., Zanetti S.P., Palmisano F., Sampogna G., Ferruti M.G., Longo F., Dell’orto P.G., Montanari E.

Institutes: Fondazione Irccs Ca’ Granda Ospedale Maggiore Policlinico, Dept. of Urology, Milan, Italy

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Mean attenuation of cystine stones on unenhanced computed tomography

By: Kampantais S.1, Stasinou T.2, Chow K.2, Young G.2

Institutes: 1Southend University Hospital, Dept. of Urology, Southend On Sea, United Kingdom, 2University Hospital of South Manchester, Dept. of Urology, Manchester, United Kingdom

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Can we predict urinary stone composition based on non-contrast computed tomography? New insights on the role of bone window

By: Ribeiro De Oliveira T.M.1, Oliveira P.1, Felício J.1, Pé Leve P.1, Gaspar S.1, Nunes A.2, Pereira S.1, Lopes T.1

Institutes: 1Santa Maria Hospital, Dept. of Urology, Lisbon, Portugal, 2Nossa Senhora Do Rosário Hospital, Dept. of Urology, Barreiro, Portugal

Conclusion