How I Perform ECIRS
Endoscopic Combined Intrarenal Surgery
Performed by: Prof. Cho Sung Yong, Prof Han Jang Hee & Dr Nguyen Van Quoc Anh
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"The video demonstrates how I perform a combined approach for treating ipsilateral and bilateral large or complex renal stones in a single session. The combined approach of antegrade and retrograde access or flexible ureteroscopy during percutaneous nephrolithotomy can be helpful to achieve increased stone-free rates with acceptable safety in an efficient way if we can prepare and organize the devices properly in the operating theatre allowing tailoring of the procedure to the patients. The stones are versatile, then the treatment should be versatile as well."
Patient Info & Diagnosis: Male 68 Y/O, BMI: 26.95KG/M2, Bilateral Renal Stones
Multiple renal stones: RKUPost (x1, 9/8/6mm), RKUAnt (x1, 2mm), RKrenal pelvis/RKLMajor/RKAnt (x1, 28,20,18mm, HU 631/866/111), RKLPost (x3, 5/3/2mm) LKUPost (x1, 3mm), LKMPost (x1, 4mm), LKLAnt (x1, 7mm)
Plan: RT.ECIRS + LT.RIRS