International symposium on nephrourology, la Baule, France

August 6, 2003

Brussels, 05 Aug 2003

The 12th international symposium of radionuclides in nephrourology will take place from 16 to 19 May 2004 in La Baule, France.

The conference will aim to assess the role of functional imaging in nephro-urology. Clinicians, radiologists and nuclear medicine physicians attending the event will be asked to consider the following topics:

-antenatally-detected hydronephrosis;
-obstruction in adults;
-measurement of renal function in adults and children;
-renovascular disease, and urinary tract infection in children

The event is being organised by the scientific committee of radionuclides in nephrourology (ISCORN).

For further information, please visit the following web address:

CORDIS RTD-NEWS / © European Communities

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