Urinary tract stones in CF Free

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In this lecture, Mr J Graham Young discusses the aetiology of the urinary tract, as well as looking at diagnosis and treatment options available. Mr Young also discusses the commonality of stones in cystic fibrosis and considers the importance of prevention and multidisciplinary work.  

This lecture was filmed at the RSM in London for the event 'the 31st symposium: cystic fibrosis in children and adults' on Tuesday 21st November 2017. 

Length: 00:30:48

00:00:19 - Introduction
00:10:07 - Management option for urinary tract stones
00:18:51 - Improving success rates
00:30:02 - Conclusions
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