Why you should attend this masterclass
Field experts designed this masterclass to offer a comprehensive theoretical, practical and hands-on training to surgeons who want to master and update his/her stone-management practice. Learn more about the complications and troubleshooting in stone surgery,
and special management of demanding cases. This masterclass will emphasise on the metabolic evaluation of urolithiasis, indications, new technologies, and tips and tricks for the most commonly employed operations; and offer several highly-informative semi-live surgeries and hands-on training.
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Check your eligibility
Selection criteria when applying for this masterclass:
The number of representatives per country is a factor in the selection.
To offer equal opportunitiy to participate in this masterclass, the number of representatives per country will be limited.
An EAU membership is mandatory.
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Application is on a first-come, first served basis.
To guarantee optimal learning, each masterclass will accommodate a maximum of 40 participants.
Priority is given to those who did not participate in a previous masterclass (this year).
What others say about this masterclass
Dr. Ralf Veys (BE)
“The masterclass had broad coverage of flexible URS, ECIRS, PCNL and medical management of urolithiasis. And renowned speakers shared their valuable insights and expertise.”
Dr. Paul Soava (FR)
“For me, the highlight of the masterclass was the live PCNL regardless of the technical options employed by various surgeons. It was a great opportunity to see the masters at work, get their insights and brainstorm with them. Another advantage of this masterclass is to be able to clarify some less obvious aspects of stone surgery to achieve a clearer insight and get the details right. I am very grateful to have been a part of this masterclass. It answered questions I never knew I had.”
Dr. Sani Raji Aminu (GB)
“The masterclass was concise and well organized with a good balance between lectures and live/video demonstrations. It offered excellent opportunities to learn about varied techniques from different lecturers.