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Majid Malaki
AIMS: Nephrolithiasis is less common in children than adults, but its diagnosis and management in children may be more perplexing. In this article, we compare two imaging ultrasound (US) and non-contrast helical computerized tomography (CT) for diagnosis of nephrolithiasis. SUBJECTS AND METHODS: A total of 20 children who diagnosed as nephrolithiasis by US were imaged simultaneously by non-contrast helical CT. Their history like as family history in first and second degree relatives and urine analysis for hematuria and urine randomly calcium to creatinine ratio was obtained...
October 2014: Urology Annals
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