AKHP Public Lecture, Khorog: Medical and Social Significance of Urinary Stone Disease: An Interdisciplinary Analysis
January 31st, 10:00 am
Dr. Shozedov Salomatkhon
Doctor Honoris Causa of Tajikistan
Urinary stone disease (USD) or urolithiasis is a disease associated with metabolic disorders in the body caused by endogenous and/or exogenous factors (including hereditary factors), which causes the formation of stones in the kidneys and urinary tract. This lecture will cover the epidemiology, medical and social significance of USD, as well as causative factors of its development and effective treatment methods.
Dr. Shosedov Salomathon was born in the Shugnan region of the Gorno-Badakhshan Autonomous Oblast. He graduated from Residential School #1 in Khorog City in 1969. He enrolled at Kuibyshev (Samara) State Medical Institute the same year and graduated in 1975. He worked as a surgeon in the Khorog provincial hospital until 1980, and pursued a medical residency in urology at the Tajik State Medical Institute. He worked as an urologist from 1982 to 1998, as a Head of the urology department of the Khorog provincial hospital from 1998 to 2017. In 1985, he was a delegate to the third All-Soviet Union Urologists’ convention in Minsk, Belarus. In 1990, he was a delegate to the fourth All-Soviet Union Urologists’ convention in Moscow and a delegate to the first convention of urologists of the Republic of Tajikistan in Dushanbe. He was elected as a board member of the USSR Urologists Society at the fourth All-Soviet Union Urologists’ convention and as an Executive Board member of the Republic of Tajikistan urologists at the first convention of the urologists of the Republic of Tajikistan. He was awarded the Doctor Honoris Causa of Tajikistan by a decree of the President of Republic of Tajikistan in 2011.
Candidate of Philosophy
Head of the Department of Philosophy and Political Studies
Khorog State University
The lecture will be delivered in Russian.
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