Educational Courses

Robotic Upper Tract Reconstruction

Sunday, September 23
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Location: Room 251

This course aims to teach participants how to apply robotics to perform complex upper urinary tract reconstruction, including procedures such as pyeloplasty, ureteroureterostomy, ureteroplasty, and ureterolysis. Advanced reconstructive procedures will be demonstrated, such as revision of uretero-intestinal anastomoses, and buccal mucosa graft for long segment ureteral strictures. Tips and tricks will be given, including efficient methods of stent placement, and ureteral localization using advanced imaging techniques and intraureteral ICG.

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Lee Zhao

Director of Reconstructive Surgery
NYU Department of Urology

Lee C. Zhao MD is Assistant Professor of Urology at New York University School of Medicine. He specializes reconstructive surgery of the genitourinary tract, frequently using a robotic approach to treat problems such as ureteral obstruction, urinary fistulae, and urethral stenosis. He also performs robotic intracorporeal urinary diversions, and gender affirming surgery for transgender patients. Twitter: @lee_c_zhao

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Daniel D. Eun

Professor
Temple University

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Kenneth Ogan

Professor
Department of Urology, Emory University School of Medicine

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