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Renal colic, kidney stone, urolithiasis

Silvano Palazzo, Ottavio Colamonico, Saverio Forte, Matteo Matera, Giuseppe Lucarelli, Pasquale Ditonno, Michele Battaglia, Pasquale Martino
OBJECTIVE: Urolithiasis of the transplanted kidney has an incidence of 0.2 to 1.7%, it increases the risk of infection in immunosuppressed patients and it can lead to ureteral obstruction that is often associated with deterioration of renal function. Urolithiasis of the transplanted kidney has different characteristics compared to the native kidney, due to the absence of innervation, which does not lead to colic pain. Percutaneous approach is an optimal choice in transplant patients. MATERIAL AND METHODS: Here we report our experience in two cadaveric transplant patients with urolithiasis...
December 30, 2016: Archivio Italiano di Urologia, Andrologia
S Rob, T Bryant, I Wilson, B K Somani
AIM: To investigate whether reducing the radiation dose of computed tomography (CT) of the kidney, ureters, and bladder (KUB) for acute renal colic impacts upon the specificity, sensitivity, and detection of urolithiasis. MATERIALS AND METHODS: A systematic review of the literature over a 20-year period between 1995 and 2015 was conducted of all prospective studies in the English language reporting on adult patients who underwent CT KUB or non-contrast CT for renal colic or urolithiasis...
January 2017: Clinical Radiology
Patrick Jones, Bhavan Prasad Rai, Bhaskar K Somani
INTRODUCTION: Management of urolithiasis in a solitary functioning kidney can be clinically challenging. The aim of this article was to review the outcomes of URS for patients with stone disease in a solitary kidney and critically appraise the existing evidence and outcome reporting standards. MATERIAL AND METHODS: We conducted a systematic review in line with PRISMA checklist and Cochrane guidelines between January 1980 and February 2015. Our inclusion criteria were all English language articles reporting on a minimum of 10 patients with a solitary kidney undergoing ureteroscopy for stone disease...
2016: Central European Journal of Urology
Sandra Abergel, Benoit Peyronnet, Philippe Seguin, Karim Bensalah, Olivier Traxer, Yonathan Freund
BACKGROUND: Recommendations for the management of urolithiasis in primary care are lacking in France. The Delphi method was used to seek consensus from an expert panel regarding outpatient management of urolithiasis. METHODS: We gathered 25 French experts from five clinical specialties: general practice, urology, nephrology, emergency medicine and radiology. The first survey was formulated after an exhaustive literature review. At each of the three rounds, the experts were given the results of the previous round and were asked again to complete the survey...
June 2016: European Journal of General Practice
Christian Türk, Aleš Petřík, Kemal Sarica, Christian Seitz, Andreas Skolarikos, Michael Straub, Thomas Knoll
CONTEXT: Low-dose computed tomography (CT) has become the first choice for detection of ureteral calculi. Conservative observational management of renal stones is possible, although the availability of minimally invasive treatment often leads to active treatment. Acute renal colic due to ureteral stone obstruction is an emergency that requires immediate pain management. Medical expulsive therapy (MET) for ureteral stones can support spontaneous passage in the absence of complicating factors...
March 2016: European Urology
H Abdourahman, F-R Desfemmes, A De Chaumont, B Molimard, M Dusaud, A Houlgatte, X Durand
OBJECTIVES: The renal colic crisis is a pathology frequently encountered in foreign operations recently conducted by the French army and often requires a medical repatriation in mainland France. Soldiers deployed in arid areas are at increased risk of developing urolithiasis. The purpose of our study is to analyze the risk factors, the frequency and the methods of management of symptomatic urinary stone disease for French military returnees for renal colic during Serval operation. METHODS: Our study focused on French soldiers repatriated from Mali for a renal colic care between January 11th and November 30th, 2013...
October 2014: Progrès en Urologie
Tamsin Drake, Nitin Jain, Timothy Bryant, Iain Wilson, Bhaskar K Somani
INTRODUCTION: Computed tomography kidneys, ureter and bladder (CTKUB) is the accepted gold standard investigation for suspected renal colic. Dose considerations are particularly pertinent in the context of detecting urolithiasis given the high risk of disease recurrence, which can necessitate multiple radiological examinations over the lifetime of a stone-former. We performed a systematic review of the literature to see whether there was any evidence that reducing the effective radiation dose of a CTKUB compromised the diagnostic accuracy of the scan...
April 2014: Indian Journal of Urology: IJU: Journal of the Urological Society of India
Carmen Rocío Sierra Labarta, Álvaro De Pablo Cárdenas, José Ángel Cuesta Alcalá, Jose Maria Mellado Santos, Daniel Sánchez Zalabrado
50 year old male with history of renal colic presenting to the emergency room with left colic pain. On ultrasound horseshoe kidneys were visualized without hydronephrosis or stones. CT scan: horseshoe kidney with inferior isthmus, no signs of nephrolithiasis or urolithiasis. There are multiple associated vascular anomalies (there are at least five right renal arteries and two left, double venous return is seen in both hemi-kidneys).
October 2013: Archivos Españoles de Urología
Michelle Jo Semins, Brian R Matlaga
Kidney stones are very common and unfortunately do not spare the pregnant population. Anatomical and pathophysiological changes occur in the pregnant female that alter the risk for development of nephrolithiasis. Acute renal colic during pregnancy is associated with significant potential risks to both mother and fetus. Diagnosis is often challenging because good imaging options without radiation use are limited. Management of diagnosed nephrolithiasis is unique in the pregnant population and requires multi-disciplinary care...
2013: International Journal of Women's Health
Danko Milošević, Danica Batinić, Daniel Turudić, Danko Batinić, Marija Topalović-Grković, Ivan Pavao Gradiški
The aim of this study was to assess demographic data, clinical presentation, metabolic features, and treatment in 76 children with urolithiasis presented from 2002 to 2011. Urolithiasis is responsible for 2.5/1,000 pediatric hospitalizations, with new cases diagnosed in 1.1/1,000 admissions. From the observed period, two-fold rise of incidence rate was observed. Compiling the data from other pediatric institutions in our country, we estimated present overall incidence rate in Croatia as 6.5/100,000 children under 18 years...
March 2014: European Journal of Pediatrics
Giuseppina Marra, Paolo Gilles Vercelloni, Alberto Edefonti, Gianantonio Manzoni, Maria Angela Pavesi, Giovanni Battista Fogazzi, Giuseppe Garigali, Lionel Mockel, Irene Ceballos Picot
We describe an infant affected by adenine phosphoribosyltransferase (APRT) deficiency diagnosed at 18 months of age with a de novo mutation that has not been previously reported. APRT deficiency is a rare defect of uric acid catabolism that leads to the accumulation of 2,8 dihydroxyadenine (2,8-DHA), a highly insoluble substance excreted by the kidneys that may precipitate in urine and form stones. The child suffered from renal colic due to a stone found in the peno-scrotal junction of the bulbar urethra. Stone spectrophotometric analysis allowed us to diagnose the disease and start kidney-saving therapy in order to avoid irreversible chronic kidney damage...
2012: JIMD Reports
Gloria Candelas, Juan Antonio Martinez-Lopez, Maria Piedad Rosario, Loreto Carmona, Estibaliz Loza
OBJECTIVES: This paper aims to examine the risk of nephrolithiasis in patients with osteoporosis and calcium supplementation. METHODS: This work is based on the systematic review of studies retrieved by a sensitive search strategy in Medline and Embase (1991-2010), and the Cochrane Central register of Controlled Trials (CENTRAL) up to 2010. The abstracts of the annual scientific meetings of the American College of Rheumatology (ACR) and the European League Against Rheumatism (EULAR) (2008-2010) were also examined...
November 2012: Clinical and Experimental Rheumatology
H R Schwarzenbach, S Jenzer
Based on the prevalence of asymptomatic kidney stones (5% in our general ward, in accordance with the literature) the value of abdominal ultrasonography in the clinical assessment of a suspected kidney-colic is discussed. The eminent importance of the stone-analysis is emphasized. In addition, the most common causes of kidney stone formation (low urine output, mechanical urinary obstruction in the renal pelvis, hypercalciuria, hyperoxaluria, insufficient urinary citric acid excretion, hyperuricosuria) are highlighted...
September 5, 2012: Praxis
Sinan Ekici, Orhun Sinanoglu
The aim of this study is to determine whether kidneys ureters bladder X-ray (KUB) film combined with ultrasound (US) can be effectively used in evaluation of renal colic and miss stones with clinically significant size identified on nonenhanced computed tomography (NECT) in patients with urolithiasis. This retrospective study evaluated the clinical and radiological records of 300 patients at our institution undergoing KUB and/or US and/or NECT for the evaluation of renal colic from June 2007 to December 2010...
October 2012: Urological Research
Mauricio Carvalho, Rafael Luis Santos Martin, Rodrigo Coutinho Passos, Miguel Carlos Riella
OBJECTIVE: To analyze the clinical course of nephrectomized patients due to complications related to nephrolithiasis and ascertain the prevalence of chronic kidney disease (CKD) in this population. METHODS: From 2005 to 2010, 658 patients were treated with urolithiasis. Among these, 30 (4.6%) were nephrectomized. For each case, a control was selected and matched to the case by age, sex and disease duration. All data were collected from medical records, which contained the clinical, laboratory evaluation and diagnostic imaging...
October 2013: World Journal of Urology
Abdelbasset A Badawy, Mohamed D Saleem, Ahmad Abolyosr, Mohamed Aldahshoury, Mohamed S B Elbadry, Medhat A Abdalla, Abdelmoneim M Abuzeid
PURPOSE: The continued evolution of stone treatment modalities, such as endourologic procedures, open surgery and shock wave lithotripsy, makes the assessment of continuous outcomes are essential. Pediatric urolithiasis are an important health problem allover the world, especially in Middle East region. We evaluate the safety, efficacy and factors affecting success rate and clearance of stones in children treated with shock wave lithotripsy. PATIENT AND METHODS: Between 2005 and 2010, a total of 500 children with stones in the upper urinary tract at different locations were treated by Extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy (ESWL) in our department, Sohag University, Egypt...
June 2012: International Urology and Nephrology
Michelle R Carter, Brad R Green
The acute treatment of kidney stones (urolithiasis) addresses pain management and focuses on the effects of the morbidity associated with an obstructed renal system. Minimal fluid intake, resulting in decreased urine production and a high concentration of stone-forming salts, is a leading factor in renal calculi development. Radio-opaque calcareous stones account for 70% to 75% of renal calculi. Microscopic hematuria in the presence of acute flank pain is suggestive of renal colic, but the absence of red blood cells does not exclude urolithiasis...
July 2011: Emergency Medicine Practice
Granelli Pietro, Frattini Antonio, Ferretti Stefania, Salsi Paolo, Campobasso Davide, Moretti Matteo, Capocasale Enzo, Mazzoni Patrizia, Cortellini Pietro, Pietro Granelli, Antonio Frattini, Stefania Ferretti, Paolo Salsi, Davide Campobasso, Matteo Moretti, Enzo Capocasale, Patrizia Mazzoni, Pietro Cortellini
BACKGROUND: Urolithiasis is a frequent complication in a heterotopic reservoir and the surgical management could be a difficult problem. Open surgery is not recommended in patients with multiple previous surgeries. A less invasive technique, such as the endourologic procedures, would allow high stone-free rate and low surgical morbidity. INTRODUCTION: Stone formation in the reservoir is a well-known complication of urinary diversion. The incidence of lithiasis in patients with continent urinary diversion is reported as 12-52...
October 2011: Urologia
Silvia Fernandes Ribeiro da Silva, Sônia Leite da Silva, Henry de Holanda Campos, Elizabeth De Francesco Daher, Carlos Antônio Bruno da Silva
OBJECTIVE: To describe the demographic, clinical and laboratory data of patients with urolithiasis in Fortaleza, Ceará, Brazil. PATIENTS AND METHODS: Secondary data were collected from the medical records of 197 patients with urolithiasis, during the period 1996-2006. Clinical evaluation and 24-h urine collection for measurements of urinary volume, creatinine, calcium, phosphorous, uric acid, sodium, potassium and magnesium were performed. Density and pH value were determined in a first-voided morning urine sample...
July 2011: Jornal Brasileiro de Nefrologia: ʹorgão Oficial de Sociedades Brasileira e Latino-Americana de Nefrologia
Marin I Georgiev, Dimitar I Ormanov, Vasil D Vassilev, Plamen D Dimitrov, Vladislav D Mladenov, Elenko P Popov, Petar P Simeonov, Petar K Panchev
OBJECTIVE: To determine the efficacy of the tamsulosin oral controlled absorption system as an adjuvant therapy to extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy (ESWL) for the expulsion of ureteral and renal stones. METHODS: A consecutive sample of 248 patients with ureteral or renal stones who underwent ESWL in an academic hospital was included in a 12-week, prospective, open-label, randomized clinical trial. Of the 248 patients, 186, including 77 with ureteral stones (mean size 9 mm) and 109 with renal stones (mean size 13 mm) completed the study...
November 2011: Urology
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