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Managing ureteric injuries and obstruction

4th May 2021


This webinar delivered by Stuart Irving and Robyn Webber will cover 2 cases - ureteric injury sustained during Colo-Rectal Surgery and a case of ureteric obstruction.

They will highlight the anatomy of the ureter, mode of injury or obstruction, imaging, short term and long term management of the problem. We are keen to share our experiences with you: "Always pass on what you have learned."



Mr Stuart Irving

Stuart Irving is an Endourological Surgeon at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital, UK. He has been a consultant in Norwich for over 18 years and work as part of a team managing complex stone disease from all over the East of England. A significant amount of his time is committed to education. He is an Academic Head of Year at Norwich Medical School (UEA). He leads the stone module for the MCh Degree at the University of Edinburgh. He was awarded fellowship of the Faculty of Surgical Trainers in 2015 and Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy in 2019. He is an active reviewer for a number of peer reviewed urology journals.

Mrs Robyn Webber

Consultant Urologist, MD FRCSEd (Urol)

Mrs Webber is a consultant urologist, an honorary senior clinical lecturer at the University of Edinburgh. She attended the University of Otago School of Medicine in New Zealand, before coming to the UK for a one year working holiday – and never leaving! Mrs Webber trained as a urologist on the East of Scotland training scheme in urology, and was appointed to her first consultant post in the year 2000. She is now based at the Victoria Hospital in Kirkcaldy, Fife. In addition to her clinical work Mrs Webber is a regional surgical advisor for the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, an assessor for the Intercollegiate Board of Surgical Examiners, and was previously a question writer and examiner for the intercollegiate examination in urology; the FRCS (Urol), and for the MRCS.


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