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New developments in the management of urolithiasis

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Published by Igaku-Shoin in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Urinary organs -- Calculi.,
  • Lithotripsy.,
  • Urinary Calculi -- therapy.,
  • Lithotripsy -- methods.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statement[edited by] James E. Lingeman, Glenn M. Preminger.
    SeriesTopics in clinical urology
    ContributionsLingeman, James E., Preminger, Glenn M.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRC916 .N48 1996
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 202 p. :
    Number of Pages202
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL797024M
    ISBN 100896402878, 4260142879
    LC Control Number95032960

    The aim of this review was to identify trends and developments in basic research, epidemiology, diagnosis, conservative and surgical management of urinary stone disease, and to demonstrate the evolution of urolithiasis management in the new performed a literature search on Medline according to the Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses . CONCLUSIONS: The management of urolithiasis has evolved greatly and in multiple directions in the past fifteen years. There is a definite compartmentalization of basic research, innovation and development focusing on distinct stages of the disease, from epidemiologic features to pathophysiology, medical and surgical aspects.

    Keywords: Urolithiasis, Kidney stone, Biomineralization, Calcium oxalate stone, Crystallization. INTRODUCTION rolithiasis can be defined as the mechanism of development of stone (calculi) in urinary system. Stone can be formed in any part of the urinary system like kidney, bladder and ureter and the . Below is a list of common medications used to treat or reduce the symptoms of urolithiasis. Follow the links to read common uses, side effects, dosage details and read user reviews for the drugs.

    Essential oil preparation of the terpenic type was introduced for the first time in the s for the management of urolithiasis. Although essential oil preparations are registered in 50 countries, including some developed countries such as the United Kingdom, Italy, and Japan, for use in urolithiasis, no literature has been published in a peer-reviewed English (Anglo-American) medical journal. Get new issue alerts Get alerts Secondary Logo. Journal Logo Urolithiasis and nephrolithiasis. Chung, Melissa Johnson MMS, PA-C. Author Information. Melissa Johnson Chung is an assistant professor in the PA program at Midwestern University in Downers Grove, Ill. The author has disclosed no potential conflicts of interest, financial or.


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New developments in the management of urolithiasis. [James E Lingeman; Glenn M Preminger;] New developments in the management of urolithiasis. New York: Igaku-Shoin, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: James E Lingeman; Glenn M Preminger. Find more information about: ISBN: Urolithiasis is a common condition in the U.S.

Patients frequently present to the emergency department (ED) for care, including analgesia and treatments to facilitate stone passage. Objective With the new evidence concerning the evaluation and treatment of urolithiasis, this review summarizes current literature regarding the ED management of Cited by: Urolithiasis is a common disorder and affects a considerable number of people worldwide.

Globally, 12% of population suffers from kidney stone at a stage of life. During the past decades, incidence of kidney stones increased both in developing as well as developed countries mainly due to sedentary life style, eating habits, and global warming Cited by: 1.

Urolithiasis: Basic Science and Clinical Practice is a comprehensive text that assists urologists in defining the best choice of treatment for each case through a balanced presentation of underlying science, diagnostic methods and practical tips, with additional discussions on educational issues, costs and management of resources.

This user-friendly practical resource is replete with full. Kambadakone AR, Eisner BH, Catalano OA, et al; New and evolving concepts in the imaging and management of urolithiasis: urologists' perspective.

Radiographics. May30(3) doi: /rg Introduction. Approximately 10% of the United States population is afflicted with kidney stone disease, and lifetime male and female prevalence rates of 13% and 7%, respectively, have been reported [Heilberg and Schor, ; Stamatelou et al.

; Levy et al. ].These values have recently been noted to be increasing for both genders, although the rate of rise may be greater for females. Management of patients with residual stones 30 Therapy 30 Management of specific patient groups 30 Management of urinary stones and related problems during pregnancy 30 Management of stones in patients with urinary diversion 31 Aetiology31 Management In recent years, a growing interest has prompted increasing numbers of research publications and scientific conferences on the subject of urolithiasis.

The aims of this symposium were three: a) to review and inte­ grate recent progress in major subject areas, b) to discuss current research developments and c) to stimulate interchange between.

Urolithiasis, or stone disease occurs in 7% of women and 12% of men at some point, and these statistics are rising. Furthermore, for those who form a stone, the likelihood of a recurrence is nearly 50% within 5 years of initial diagnosis.

Download Urolithiasis Basic Science and Clinical Practice – 1st edition free pdf Clinical management and new developments in the treatment of virus-related diseases are the two main sections of the book.

The first part reviews the treatment of hepatitis C virus infection, the management of virus-related acute retinal necrosis, the use of. Urolithiasis is now more commonly being recognized as a symptom of a more systemic disease which has a constellation of presenting signs and complaints.

The authors aim to outline the precipitating causes of urolithiasis, along with a comprehensive discussion of the current operative trends available to the practising endourologist.

urolithiasis. Introduction Urinary stone disease, or urolithiasis, is a very common disease in the urology field. The prevalence of urolithiasis had increased from % in – to % in – in the USA,1 similar trends were also found in different regions of the world.2,3 The increasing.

Urolithiasis is a general term referring to the causes and effects of stones anywhere in the urinary tract.

Urolithiasis should not be viewed conceptually as a single disease with a single cause but rather as a sequela of multiple interacting underlying abnormalities. This chapter examines Diagnostic imaging for cystoliths; Diagnostic imaging for nephrolithiasis and ureterolithiasis.

The Medical Management of Urolithiasis Article (PDF Available) in British Journal of Medical and Surgical Urology 3(3)–95 May with Reads How we measure 'reads'.

The purpose of this review is to summarize recent developments in the array of devices which are commonly used by urologists in the surgical management of kidney stones. To accomplish this goal, an extensive review of recent endourology literature, conference abstracts, and publicly available documents from manufacturers and the United States Food and Drug Administration was collected and.

Introduction. Urinary stone disease, or urolithiasis, is a very common disease in the urology field. The prevalence of urolithiasis had increased from % in – to % in – in the USA, 1 similar trends were also found in different regions of the world. 2, 3 The increasing trends in the prevalence and incidence are believed to be due to the change in lifestyle and.

Since the early days of medicine one concern of doctors has been the removal of kidney stones and prevention of recurrence. Owing to the hesitancy of progress in the prevention of initial stone formation and of relapse, however, removal of stones from the kidney and ureter were developed to highly refined techniques and they formerly accounted for a major proportion of the urological.

Today, with the availability of new technology and equipment, guide­ lines for the treatment of urolithiasis have changed in all developed countries. It is quite timely that the Meeting of International Consultation on Urolithiasis will be held in Paris in June to establish international guidelines for urolithiasis.

Urolithiasis treatment and management intends to prevent renal damage, to relieve the pain caused by the calculi, to expedite passage or to remove the kidney stone and to avoid a future kidney.

Urolithiasis is one of the oldest documented medical ailments with archeological evidence showing that humans have suffered from kidney and bladder stones for centuries. Urolithiasis is a common multifactorial problem with multi-effect on the patients’ quality of life and an economic burden on the individual and the health system of the country.

Urolithiasis refers to stones (calculi) in the urinary tract. Stones are formed in the urinary tract when the urinary concentration of substances such as calcium oxalate, calcium phosphate, and uric acid increases. Stones vary in size from minute granular deposits to the size of an orange.with infection.

Management of struvite urolithiasis requires a multimodal approach that addresses the presence of the urolith(s) and associated infection while identifying risk factors that predispose to the development of infection. Canine Struvite Urolithiasis. Pathophysiology. Struvite stone constituents exist within normal urine, but stone.

Renal & Urology News publishes timely news coverage of scientific developments of interest to nephrologists and urologists, including in-depth coverage of all relevant medical conferences.