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2024 AUA preview: Dr. Wymer on top research in stone disease

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Kevin M. Wymer, MD, highlights 11 studies in stone disease being presented at the 2024 American Urological Association Annual Meeting.

In this video, Kevin M. Wymer, MD, discusses 11 studies in stone disease being presented at the 2024 American Urological Association Annual Meeting in San Antonio, Texas. Wymer is an assistant professor of urology at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota.

The following abstracts were previewed:

1. MP43-10 (Vergamini et al) Intrarenal Pressure and Flow Rate Profile Using Lithovue EliteTM: Impact of Different Irrigation Systems and Working Channel Use

2. MP04-02 (Chartier et al): Ureteroscopic Techniques and Anatomic Sites Associated with Periods of Elevated Intrarenal Pressure

3. MP29-15 (Liu et al): Clinical results of the first disposable intrarenal pressure measuring flexible ureteroscope in China

4. PD10-04 (Matlaga et al): Prospective, randomized study of steerable ureteroscopic renal evacuation vs ureteroscopy with basketing: 30-day results of the ASPIRE study

5. PD10-09 (Lakmichi et al): 24 hours after retrograde intrarenal surgery for solitary renal calculi using a flexible and navigable suction access sheath (FANS): Results from a prospective global multicentre study by the EAU section on urolithiasis (EULIS)

6. MP40-07 (Pate et al): Claims-Based Approach to Defining Episodes of Care Associated with Acute Renal Colic

7. MP57-17 (Dwyer et al): MyUrology Health: Implementation of a Novel Episode Based Payment Model for Nephrolithiasis

8. MP45-02 (Maciolek et al): Evaluation of an Automated CT-Based Deep Learning Image Segmentation Model for Stone Characterization in Difficult-to-Image Situations

9. MP45-03 (Cheng et al): Comparison Of A Machine-Learning Model versus Endourologists in Accurately Predicting Stone Composition from Endoscopic Video Data

10. MP29-11 (Holmes et al): Feasibility of burst wave lithotripsy and ultrasonic propulsion to expel small, asymptomatic renal stones

11. MP29-09 (Amiel et al): The Magnetic Force: SRF Extraction in Living Porcine Models

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