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Kidney stone disease in 2022: filling the gap between the knowledge and practice

Kidney stone disease in 2022: filling the gap between the knowledge and practice

Following the many positive comments about the 1st symposium in 2017, Nephrology and Urology departments of CHU Brugmann are proud to announce the upcoming 2nd symposium on Kidney Stones and Mineral Metabolism. It will be held in Brussels, Belgium (Musée de la Médecine) from 5th to 6th May, 2022.

This time we will focus on the gaps between the new pathophysiological discoveries and practical, clinical aspects of patients with kidney stone disease.

Our main goal of this meeting is to continue to raise awareness within the medical community of renal and extra-renal long-term complications occurring in patients with kidney stones.
Nonetheless in particular, we aim to contribute to the improvement of every day clinical practice by giving you the opportunity to directly interact with international experts in this field during the scientific sessions.

Furthermore, the aim of this symposium is to promote interdisciplinary collaboration, both national and international, between urologists, biologists, radiologists and nephrologists interested in kidney stone disease.

5 reasons why you should attend:

  • A high-quality program led by an international scientific board
  • The most relevant clinical studies summarized by experts
  • Interactive sessions with experts
  • Submit an abstract, win an award and get published
  • CME accreditation

Don't miss out on the latest clinical practices and research in kidney stone. Be part of the exciting scientific sessions!

Useful info and links

Website : symposium-brussels.be

Speakers of the symposium

Full program of the symposium

Registration

Submit on abstract

Organizing committee:

Dr Agnieszka Pozdzik 
Dr Gina Reichman
  Dr. Khashayar Sakhaee
Dr. Naim Maalouf
Dr. Emmanuel Letavernier
Dr. Michel Daudon
Dr. Giovanni Gambaro
CLiReMM

For further queries, please do not hesitate to contact us: secretariat-nephrodialyse@chu-brugmann.be.

Partnership with:

ICONEKT (International Collaborative Network on Kidney Stones)