Ureterorenoscopy in 2017- a critical appraisal
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In this lecture, Professor Pearle considers the success rates of ureterorenoscopy and looks at ways to improve stone-free rates in the future, such as refining patient selection and considering alternative treatments. Using studies to illustrate, Professor Pearle also demonstrates that the morbidity of URS may be underestimated by physicians.
This lecture was filmed at the RSM in London for the event 'Key issues in endourology and presidents dinner' on the 20th October 2017.