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The Official Journal of: Endourological Society

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Dr Duane Baldwin

Dr Duane Baldwin
Professor of Urology
Director of Urologic Research
Program Director of Endourology Fellowship
Department of Urology, Loma Linda University Health
President, Focal Therapy Society

Brad Schwartz, DO, FACS

MODERATOR
Brad Schwartz, DO, FACS
Professor and Chairman, Urology
Director, Laparoscopy, Robotics and Stones
Southern Illinois University School of Medicine

Episode #52: The Evolution of PCNL Techniques and Assorted Tips in Treating Stone Disease
In episode Fifty-two, The Evolution of PCNL Techniques and Assorted Tips in Treating Stone Disease, Dr. Baldwin discusses his move away from radiation exposure in PCNL and return to using some fluoroscopy with increased experience. He will also discuss laser lithotripsy during PCNL and radiation safety techniques.


Thomas J. Polascik, MD, FACS

Thomas J. Polascik, MD, FACS
Associate Professor
Professor of Surgery
Director of Surgical Technology, Duke Prostate and Urological Cancer Center
Director, Urologic Robotic Surgery
Director, Focal Therapy Program
Duke Cancer Institute

Brad Schwartz, DO, FACS

MODERATOR
Brad Schwartz, DO, FACS
Professor and Chairman, Urology
Director, Laparoscopy, Robotics and Stones
Southern Illinois University School of Medicine

Episode #51: Prostate Focal Therapy
In episode Fifty-One, Prostate Focal Therapy, Drs. Schwartz and Polascik will discuss the current status of prostate focal therapy and where it lies in the treatment options of prostate cancer treatments.


Tim Large, MD

Tim Large, MD
Assistant Professor
Department of Urology
Indiana University School of Medicine

Brad Schwartz, DO, FACS

MODERATOR
Brad Schwartz, DO, FACS
Professor and Chairman, Urology
Director, Laparoscopy, Robotics and Stones
Southern Illinois University School of Medicine

Episode #50: How Do We Image and Measure Renal Stones?
In episode Fifty, How Do We Image and Measure Renal Stones?, Drs. Schwartz and Large discuss how Imaging and measurement of stone disease is crucial when deciding on appropriate treatment modalities. While the AUA and EAU Guidelines are available to everyone, technology sometimes moves faster than updates to these guidelines. Dr. Large reviews some of his advances in stone treatments while adhering to the Guidelines but perhaps “pushing the envelope” in caring for his patients



Endourology Sound Bites Archive

 

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