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In this special COVID-19 edition of JELEU, we start with three articles that discuss aspects of urological management that have been affected by the coronavirus pandemic: the impact of living with cystinuria, the challenges of delivering a urodynamic service, and the consequences of adding a CT chest to a CTKUB for patients with pain suggestive of ureteric colic.


Published: 2020-08-21

Investigating the Rationale for Extending CT KUB to Include the Chest for Suspected Renal Colic Patients During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Yehia Abdelmotagly, M Noureldin, Louise Paramore , Rajkumar Govindaraj, Gaurang Ubhayakar , Tim Nedas, Richard Hindley , Amr Emara


Patient Experience: Living with Cystinuria During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Ramandeep Chalokia, Francesca Kum, Niamh Foran, Kay Thomas, Matthew Bultitude


Performance of Urodynamics During the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Questionnaire Survey

Talal Jabbar, Samuel Mills, Richard Simpson, Adam Jones, Iain Campbell, Omar Al-Mula Abed


The COVID Stones Collaborative: How has the Management of Ureteric Stones Changed During and After the COVID-19 Pandemic? Rationale and Study Protocol.

Fanourios Georgiades, Matthew HV Byrne, Catherine Elizabeth Lovegrove, Tobias Klatte, Kasra Saeb-Parsy, Sarah Howles, Grant D Stewart, Ben Turney, Oliver Wiseman