Urolithiasis: A Medical and Surgical Reference
A complete evaluation of medical, surgical, ureteroscopic, percutaneous and lithotriptic modes of management, with basic science coverage, which offers rationals for choosing the proper treatment approach. The book covers the physiochemistry of stone formation, infection, extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy, chemolysis, ureteroscopy and more.
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Hypercalciuric Calcium Nephrolithiasis
Hyperoxaluric Calcium Nephrolithiasis
Hyperuricosuric Calcium Nephrolithiasis
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absorptive hypercalciuria alkalinization allopurinol artery bladder calcium nephrolithiasis calcium oxalate calcium phosphate calcium stones calyces Clin clinical complications concentration cystine cystinuria dietary dilation dissolution distal effect ESWL excretion extracorporeal shock wave fluoroscopically guidewire hypercalciuria hyperoxaluria hyperuricosuria hypocitraturia incision increased infection stones inhibition inhibitor intestinal calcium absorption intrarenal irrigation kidney lithotripsy magnesium metabolic mg/day nephrolithiasis nephrostomy normal nucleation obstruction occur Pak CYC parathyroid percutaneous nephrolithotomy posterior postoperative potassium citrate primary hyperparathyroidism procedure pyelolithotomy reabsorption recurrent reduced renal calculi renal hypercalciuria renal pelvis renal stones renal tubular acidosis reported saturation of calcium serum shock wave shock wave lithotripsy sodium cellulose phosphate solubility staghorn calculi stent stone disease stone formation stone fragments stone removal stone-forming struvite supersaturated surgery surgical suture techniques thiazide treatment urate ureter ureteral calculi ureteral catheter ureteral stones ureteroscope uric acid uric acid stones urinary calcium urinary citrate urinary pH urinary saturation urine Urol urolithiasis Urology