Dr. Igor Sorokin describes his medical treatment goal for four patients presenting with clinical hypercalciuria: one with Medullary Sponge Disease, one taking Topamax, one with a solitary kidney and one with hyperparathyroidism.
In this interview, Juan Calle, MD, discusses how he follows patients once they are stone free and how he utilizes dietary/lifestyle modification and medical management.
In this video, Juan Calle, MD, of Cleveland Clinic, explains what he would tell a young urologist who wants to become an expert in stone prevention and minimizing recurrence.
Dr. Krambeck discusses a percutaneous nephrolithotomy procedure in a 54-year-old woman with a large upper pole stone completely obstructing the upper pole system.
Dr. Chew discusses several patient presentations, including a ureteric or a UPJ obstruction, a tortuous ureter, and a drooping kidney, for which it may be challenging to place a stent. Dr. Chew demonstrates four different techniques to successfully place and position the stent depending on the situation. He offers advantages, watch-outs, tips and tricks and describes the specific steps of each approach.
Dr. Kaplan discusses the advantages of robotic surgery in urology, and presents a hard-to-reach complex stone location for which a robotic approach is warranted. He describes the step-by-step technique to perform a robotic-assisted nephrolithotomy and calyceal diverticulectomy in a 65-year-old patient with a 2.4 cm right renal stone.
The Painters also answer coding questions regarding prostate needle biopsy and InterStim.
Dr. Dangle shows that pediatric ureteroscopy is safe and feasible with good results and without long-term sequelae on the ureters.
This video shows a case of semi-rigid ureteroscopy with laser lithotripsy for ureteral stone in a child, who is rendered stone free without pre-stenting.
This video of bilateral ureteroscopy in a 16-year-old male with cystinuria highlights several pragmatic strategies for efficient ureteroscopy while minimizing ionizing radiation.