renal calculus


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Related to renal calculus: hydronephrosis, Renal Cyst

renal calculus

[′rēn·əl ′kal·kyə·ləs]
(medicine)
A concretion in the kidney.
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Computed tomography has advantages that size of kidneys, extent of renal damage, renal calculus and its size, hydronephrosis and its extent, renal cystitis and abscess, calculus and residual post-voidal urine in the bladder, renal parenchymal changes and renal tumor (benign or metastatic) can be assessed.
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What in terms of human medicine is a renal calculus? Nicole Kidman - see Question 9 10.
Renal calculus imaging using non-contrast CT should be limited to the renal area of the abdomen
In the latter, events included nasal septum disorder, toe arthrodesis, aggravation of convulsions, viral meningitis (attributed to West Nile virus), and renal calculus; most of these were considered unrelated to the study medication.
The researchers cited a case of renal calculus as probably being related to topiramate treatment.
So, to evaluate the efficacy and safety of mini-PCNL in proximal ureteral calculi and renal calculus we started this hospital-based study (January 2018- November 2018) to use mini-PCNL (15F semi-rigid nephroscope via a 18-Fr percutaneous tract) for the treatment of proximal ureteral calculi (from PUJ to lower border of L4 vertebra) and renal calculi of [less than or equal to]20 mm.
Regvat, "Late complication of a renal calculus: fistulisation to the psoas muscle, skin and bronchi," The International Brazilian Journal of Urology, vol.
A young-middle aged patient presented with right sided flank pain and visible renal calculus on plain x-ray abdomen.
Computerized tomography attenuation value of renal calculus: Can it predict successful fragmentation of the calculus by extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy?