While the use of percutaneous access has long been accepted as a feasible modality for treating large urinary stones – it is still considered to be a challenging procedure due to associated morbidity. In recent years, with the advent of miniaturized nephroscopes, improved accessories and advanced laser technologies, PCNL can be done with smaller than ever tract sizes, unleashing the full advantages of this surgical technique. Join us to learn how the use of MOSES Technology for MiniPCNL helps in advancing this surgical field, improves efficiency and patient outcomes.
Roger Sur, MD
Professor of Urology Director, Comprehensive Kidney Stone Center at UC San Diego Health Program Director, UC San Diego-Kaiser Endourology Fellowship View Biography
Thomas Knoll M.Sc.
Associate Professor of Urology, Head of Department of Urology Sindelfingen Medical Center, University of Tuebingen, Germany View Biography
Mantu Gupta, M.D., F.R.C.S. (Moderator)
Professor of Urology, Chair of Urology, Director of Endourology Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai View Biography