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Patients of 2 to 20 mm diameter stone and failure cases of outdoor patients, which were tried under Medical Expulsion Therapy. All these patients were hospitalised.
Another treatment option is medical expulsion therapy, which increases the stone pass rate and reduces the need for an operative intervention.
Comparing the efficacy of tamsulosin and silodosin in the medical expulsion therapy for ureteral calculi.
Although medical expulsion therapy for distal ureteric calculi is encouraging, further studies with double-blind and placebo remain to be performed to evaluate the current medicines and to develop other medicines.
Medical expulsion therapy with alphablockers (usually tamsulosin) and nifedipine improves passage rates, including for some calculi larger than 10 mm (SOR: A, metaanalysis of prospective cohort studies).

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