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The ROCK Society is very aware of the concerns with the potential spread of the coronavirus, and our team and leadership are closely monitoring the situation on a daily basis. We are dedicated to providing regular updates to our members and attendees.

The Spring Meeting of the Society is currently slated to take place as scheduled from April 24-25 in at the University of Alabama Birmingham and the Annual Meeting is scheduled for May 18 in Washington DC as part of the AUA Annual Meeting. Learn more...

2020 R.O.C.K. Society Annual Meeting

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 R.O.C.K. Society Meeting at the AUA

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  • Bladder Stone

    Bladder Stone

  • Kidney Stone

    Kidney Stone

  • Kidney Stones

    Kidney Stones

    Struvite/Carbonate Apatite
    12 mm

  • Bladder Stone

    Bladder Stone

  • Ureteral Stone

    Ureteral Stone

  • Ureteral Stone

    Ureteral Stone

  • Kidney Stone

    Kidney Stone

    Calcium Oxalate
    9 mm

  • Ureteral Stone

    Ureteral Stone

  • Ureteral Stone

    Ureteral Stone

Our Mission
To further the investigation of calculi and reach a better understanding of the basic mechanisms involved.
Meetings Meetings
The R.O.C.K. Society Annual Meeting is held each March/April at the location of the ROCK President. Attendance is restricted to members and invited guests. ROCK also meets each May in conjunction with the AUA Annual Meeting.
Meetings of Interest Our History
During the AUA meeting of May 1978, some members interested in the basic mechanisms involved in human urinary stone formation proposed the formation of a special interest society. Part of the impetus for developing this organization came from the prior establishment...
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