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The Best of EAU15: Urolithiasis
The Best of EAU15: Urolithiasis
The Best of EAU15 continues to bring you highlights from our Annual Congress. This week, we present the best that EAU15 has to offer on urolithiasis, as selected by experts in the field. Please enjoy this selection of free previews from the EAU15 Resource Centre!
Dr. Christian Bohris
Reduction of respiratory motion by abdominal compression in SWL treatments
Dr. Christian Bohris explains how ultrasound imaging can be used to map the path of the moving kidney. Abdominal compression reduces this respiratory motion, enhancing efficiency.
Dr. Veronika Skuginna presents the results of a trial on step-wise voltage ramping
Does a step-wise voltage ramping protect the kidney from injury during ESWL? 
Dr. Veronika Skuginna presents the results of a trial on step-wise voltage ramping, concluding that an escalating therapy regimen might have a protective effect on the kidney during treatment. 
Long-pulse versus short-pulse laser lithotripsy performance
Long-pulse versus short-pulse laser lithotripsy performance
Dr. Peter Kronenberg present the results of a study which compares long and short-pulse laser lithotripsy performance, drawing conclusions on the ablative properties. Features discussion with the chair and an audience question.
Other presentations on Urolithiasis
Outcomes of flexible ureteroscopy for solitary renal stones
 
Upper calyx approachability using rigid nephroscopes through a lower calyx access
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