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It is time to look at stone disease in a holistic way.

Buchholz N - Arab J Urol (2012)

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Dear colleagues and friends This issue of the AJU deals with stone disease, but perhaps not in the way you know it... Of course, surgical advances in minimally invasive technologies for stone removal are rapid, fascinating and important... Not only because I felt I could contribute to local expertise in countries that I have often visited over the last few years, that have become dear to me, and in which I have many friends by now, but also because ever since I was asked to become a section editor of the AJU more than 2 years ago I have seen the journal going from success to success under his leadership... The reviewer panel includes world-class experts, and the AJU online version has become ever more popular... Recently the AJU was indexed in ScienceDirect and Scopus, and Medline is in the pipeline and the declared aim for this year... I believe that the AJU is an important step to bring the Middle East urology community together and closer to the rest of the world for an exchange of knowledge and expertise... Urologists all over the region are embracing new knowledge and the latest technology, which calls for a high-level medium platform in the wider region... I hope all of you will not only read the journal and implement new evidence into your daily practice, but also consider sharing your knowledge and work with colleagues by contributing to our journal... London, June 2012.

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It is time to look at stone disease in a holistic way.

Buchholz N - Arab J Urol (2012)

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View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

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Dear colleagues and friends This issue of the AJU deals with stone disease, but perhaps not in the way you know it... Of course, surgical advances in minimally invasive technologies for stone removal are rapid, fascinating and important... Not only because I felt I could contribute to local expertise in countries that I have often visited over the last few years, that have become dear to me, and in which I have many friends by now, but also because ever since I was asked to become a section editor of the AJU more than 2 years ago I have seen the journal going from success to success under his leadership... The reviewer panel includes world-class experts, and the AJU online version has become ever more popular... Recently the AJU was indexed in ScienceDirect and Scopus, and Medline is in the pipeline and the declared aim for this year... I believe that the AJU is an important step to bring the Middle East urology community together and closer to the rest of the world for an exchange of knowledge and expertise... Urologists all over the region are embracing new knowledge and the latest technology, which calls for a high-level medium platform in the wider region... I hope all of you will not only read the journal and implement new evidence into your daily practice, but also consider sharing your knowledge and work with colleagues by contributing to our journal... London, June 2012.

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