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749 Possible Causes for Hydronephrosis, Nephrolithiasis, Shock

  • Acute Pyelonephritis

    The platelet count and serum albumin level in the septic shock group were significantly lower than in the non-septic shock group (p 0.002 and p 0.003, respectively).[] […] with higher risk of complications such as abscess, Antibiotic Resistance) Age under 1 or over 60 years Abnormality (Polycystic Kidney, Vesicoureteral reflux) Obstruction ( Nephrolithiasis[] […] with ureteropelvic junction obstruction N13.1 Hydronephrosis with ureteral stricture, not elsewhere classified N13.2 Hydronephrosis with renal and ureteral calculous obstruction[]

  • Ureterolithiasis

    Abstract Ten of 42 patients with cystinuria admitted for extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy (ESWL) treatment had ureterolithiasis.[] Fifty consecutive patients with suspected nephrolithiasis were recruited to undergo conventional renal stone unenhanced 16-MDCT with at least 160 mA.[] Hydronephrosis was identified in 193 patients (88.94%).[]

  • Renal Pelvic Calculus

    Abstract A 62-year-old man was admitted to receive extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy (ESWL) for a right renal pelvic calculus.[] Nephrolithiasis: acute renal colic. Nerve supply of the kidney. Nephrolithiasis: acute renal colic. Nerve supply of the kidney.[] How is Hydronephrosis Caused? Hydronephrosis is usually caused by another underlying illness or risk factor.[]

  • Pyelonephritis

    No septic shock or other severe complications occurred. By discharge, the body temperature and hemogram of each patient returned to normal.[] Urographically, a renal mass lesion was encountered in 62% of the patients, nephrolithiasis in 38% and a functionless kidney in 27%.[] Complications include renal abscess, septic shock, and renal impairment, including acute renal failure.[]

  • Renal Colic

    A 60-year-old female with an extensive history of stone disease and shock wave lithotripsy presents with recurrent and increasingly severe renal colic.[] RESULTS: Nephrolithiasis was found in 421 (83.9%) and hepatosteatosis in 80 (15.7%) cases.[] Ultrasound identified hydronephrosis in 89.8% of patients and a ureteral stone in 25.9%.[]

  • Renal Stone

    Common bile duct and pancreatic injury are rare complications following extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy.[] Nephrolithiasis is a significant clinical problem in everyday practice with a subsequent burden for the health system.[] This is the first report, a case of milk of calcium renal stone associated with hydronephrosis died from renal pelvic cancer.[]

  • Urate Kidney Stone

    What is shock wave lithotripsy? Shock Wave Lithotripsy (SWL) is the most common treatment for kidney stones in the U.S.[] What is nephrolithiasis (kidney stones)?[] Hydronephrosis can cause pain in the side and back. If it's not treated, it may cause long-term kidney damage. Most kidney stones, though, don't cause permanent damage.[]

  • Urolithiasis

    The aim of this study was to answer the question of whether extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy (ESWL) is still a competitive alternative compared with other therapeutic[] […] reported that oral antibiotics were associated with increased odds of nephrolithiasis.[] hydronephrosis was 14% (p 0.0001).[]

  • Nephrolithiasis

    Extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy seems to be inefficient for these composite stones.[] KEYWORDS: Diet; Epidemiology; Kidney calculi; Nephrolithiasis[] Intravenous pyelography showed right hydronephrosis due to ureteral stones and bilateral multiple renal stones.[]

  • Staghorn Calculus

    Extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy for the treatment of urinary stones in children.[] It is not uncommon to miss an associated urothelial tumor in a patient of nephrolithiasis preoperatively.[] An intravenous pyelography revealed right sided crossed fused ectopic kidney showing a staghorn and struvite calculi in upper-moiety along with gross hydronephrosis.[]

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