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Does quality of drinking water matter in kidney stone disease: A study in West Bengal, India

Mitra P, Pal DK, Das M

PURPOSE: The combined interaction of epidemiology, environmental exposure, dietary habits, and genetic factors causes kidney stone disease (KSD), a common public health problem worldwide. Because a high water intake (>3...
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Pyeloduodenal Fistula Caused by Renal Calculi

Park BK, Kim GH

A fistula between the renal pelvis and duodenum (pyeloduodenal fistula) is very rare. It can occur spontaneously or after trauma to one of these organs. A spontaneous pyeloduodenal fistula is...
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Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy for analysis of kidney stones

Khan AH, Imran S, Talati J, Jafri L

PURPOSE: To compare the results of a chemical method of kidney stone analysis with the results of Fourier transform infrared (FT-IR) spectroscopy. MATERIALS AND METHODS: Kidney stones collected between June and...
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Can a brief period of double J stenting improve the outcome of extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy for renal calculi sized 1 to 2 cm?

Sharma R, Choudhary , Das RK, Basu S, Dey RK, Gupta R, Deb PP

PURPOSE: Extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy (ESWL) is an established modality for renal calculi. Its role for large stones is being questioned. A novel model of temporary double J (DJ) stenting...
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The Effect of Glycemic Status on Kidney Stone Disease in Patients with Prediabetes

Lien TH, Wu JS, Yang YC, Sun ZJ, Chang CJ

BACKGROUND: While the evidence supporting a positive association between diabetes mellitus and kidney stone disease (KSD) is solid, studies examining the association between impaired fasting glucose (IFG) and KSD show...
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Nutritional Management of Kidney Stones (Nephrolithiasis)

Han H, Segal AM, Seifter JL, Dwyer JT

The incidence of kidney stones is common in the United States and treatments for them are very costly. This review article provides information about epidemiology, mechanism, diagnosis, and pathophysiology of...
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Anesthetic Experience of Percutaneous Nephrolithotomy for Renal Calculi in a Patient with Lesch-Nyhan Syndrome: A case report

Jun IG, Chin JH, Kim YK, Kim YU, Cho SK, Hwang GS, Hwang JH

Lesch-Nyhan syndrome (LNS) is a rare, X-linked recessive inherited disorder caused by a deficiency of the enzyme hypoxanthine-guanine-phophoribosyltransferase, leading to excessive purine production and elevation of uric acid. Clinical manifestations...
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Cost and Effectiveness of Different Treatment Options for Renal Calculi Larger than 2cm

Lim JK, Hyun JS, Chung KH

  • KMID: 2292461
  • Korean J Urol.
  • 2002 Jun;43(6):454-458.
PURPOSE: The cost and effectiveness of extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy (ESWL), percutaneous nephrolithotomy (PNL), and combined therapy in the treatment of renal calculi larger than 2cm were examined. MATERIALS AND METHODS:...
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The Mini-perc Technique for Treatment of Renal Calculi

Kang IM, Park HH, Jeon SS

  • KMID: 1583812
  • Korean J Urol.
  • 2000 Nov;41(11):1335-1341.
No abstract available.
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The Efficacy of Ureteral Stents in Shock Wave Lithotripsy of Medium Sized Renal Calculi

Kim YH, Kwon CH

  • KMID: 2289986
  • Korean J Urol.
  • 1998 Sep;39(9):875-878.
PURPOSE: Although double-J ureteral stents are used prophylactically to reduce morbidity and complications following shock wave lithotripsy(SWL), the efficacy is still controversial. To evaluate the efficacy of urethral stunting in...
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Extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy as monotherapy of staghorn renal calculi

Lee HL, Chang SG

  • KMID: 2139530
  • Korean J Urol.
  • 1992 Jun;33(3):472-477.
Between May, 1987 and July, 1991, 27 renal staghorn calculi were treated with EDAP LT-01 extracorporeal shock wave lithotriptor as monotherapy. Of the staghorn calculi 18 were complete and 9...
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A case of transplanted kidney stone treated by ESWL

Park KS, Moon DS, Choi KC, Ryu SB, Min BK

  • KMID: 2289444
  • Korean J Urol.
  • 1991 Jun;32(3):501-504.
Urinary calculi are an uncommon complication in renal transplant recipients. We report a case of transplanted kidney stone preexisting in the donor kidney. which was treated successfully with extracorporeal shock...
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Percutaneous management of staghorn renal calculi

Lee WJ

During a four year period, ending May 1987, 154 cases of symptomatic staghorn calculi have been treated by percutaneous nephrolithotomy. Of these patients, 86% were discharged completely stone free with...
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Surgical Management of Renal Calculi

Kwon SH, Cnang SK

  • KMID: 1912491
  • Korean J Urol.
  • 1987 Apr;28(2):247-254.
A clinical evaluation was made with particular attention to surgical management on 156 patients with renal calculi who had been admitted to the Department of Urology, Kyungpook National University Hospital...
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Value of Intraoperative Radiography in Intraoperative Localization of Renal Calculi

Choo MS, Kim KM, Lee SE, Kim YK

  • KMID: 2289806
  • Korean J Urol.
  • 1985 Oct;26(5):468-472.
Complete surgical removal of staghorn or multiple renal calculi is very. difficult. So many intraoperative radiographic methods for localization of renal calculi have been studied and used to decrease the...
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Value of Intraoperative Radiography in Intraoperative Localization of Renal Calculi: Preliminary Report

Choo MS, Chung JY, Lee SE, Kim YK

  • KMID: 2114792
  • Korean J Urol.
  • 1985 Jun;26(3):217-220.
Complete surgical removal of staghorn or multiple renal calculi is very difficult. So, intraoperative radiography for localization of renal calculi has been used to decrease the incidence of residual calculi...
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Surgical Management of Renal Calculi with Extended Pyelolithotomy

Chang SK, Rhew HY

  • KMID: 1912157
  • Korean J Urol.
  • 1983 Dec;24(6):1013-1018.
An ideal operation for removal of renal calculi should allow minimal destruction of renal parenchyma, complete removal of calculus, provision of a normal drainage urinary system and establishment of an...
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A Clinical Observation on Renal Calculi

Kim JK, Min BK

  • KMID: 1911801
  • Korean J Urol.
  • 1982 Jun;23(3):317-326.
A clinical observation was made on 97 patients of renal calculi who were admitted to the Department of Urology, Chonam University Medical School during the 5 years period from January,...
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Operative Results of Renal Calculi

Woo JC, Yoon JB

  • KMID: 1911374
  • Korean J Urol.
  • 1981 Apr;22(2):151-161.
A group of the 59 patients (64 kidneys) of renal calculi, operated at our hospital in the past a half and four years from 1976 Jun. to 1980 May, was...
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