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kidney stone

[′kid·nē ‚stōn]
(mineralogy)
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In 2012, a 43-year-old man got a bladder stone removed in China, which, according to chief surgeon Wu Tianpeng, was the largest bladder stone he had ever seen.
Laparoscopic management of iatrogenic bladder injury and bladder stone formation following laparoscopic inguinal herniorrhaphy.
The European Urology Association guideline considers bladder stone as a complication of BPH and strongly recommends surgical management of BOO in the presence of bladder stones.
A cystoscope may provide a better view of a tumor or bladder stone than can be seen with an IVP.
10,26) Following bladder augmentation, patients must catheterize regularly and perform bladder irrigations with water to minimize infection risk and prevent bladder stone formation.
Bladder management and risk of bladder stone formation in spinal cord injured patients.
The causes of bladder stone formation in children Vit.
Bladder stone disease in children clinical studies.
She said: "I went to my local hospital in Wales for a scan and they initially told me it was a gall bladder stone.
Only because the pain of bladder stone is so excruciating means that the sufferers, over the centuries, would submit themselves to these operations.
A giant molded gall bladder stone following choledochal ascariasis was reported by de Juan MARTIN M et al.