164 Urology Grand Rounds: "Treating Urinary Stone Disease: What Matters and What Doesn’t" (100417)
Urology Grand Rounds is designed to update the participants in the areas of medical urologic oncology, pediatric urology, reconstructive surgery, prostate disease and stone disease. This activity provides an updated scientific knowledge foundation that will enhance diagnosis and treatment in the care of patients with urologic disease. Urologya Grand Rounds consists of a one hour review of three to four cases focusing on specific urologic management problems. Pertinent radiographic findings and pathology will be reviewed.
Practicing urologists, both community physicians and faculty, residents-in-training, fellows, medical students, urology nurses and other interested healthcare professionals.
1. Discuss recent clinical and research advances in the urologic areas listed above.
2. Apply current treatment approaches to their clinical practice.
Course Director: Jeffrey Cadeddu, MD
- 1.00 AMA
- 1.00 Attendance