Uric acid nephrolithiasis
can be treated with stone removal therapy, extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy (ESWL), and/or surgical treatment.
is a complication of Roux-en-Y gastric bypass surgery.
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There is no current evidence to support use of stone analysis or information from blood or urine chemistries to guide treatment The ACP guidelines offer two clinical recommendations to help decrease recurrence of kidney stones: Essentially all patients should receive education to increase fluid intake to achieve at least 2 L of urine per day, as well as to decrease cola soft drink consumption, and, for those patients in whom increased fluid intake alone does not prevent recurrence of nephrolithiasis
use of thiazide diuretics, citrate, or allopurinol, along with increased fluid intake, is recommended.
The date of stone presentation was the earliest date of service associated with the nephrolithiasis
claim(s) as defined above.
is observed markedly less commonly, and stones usually consist of calcium phosphate or calcium oxalate .
Role of stone analysis in metabolic evaluation and medical treatment of nephrolithiasis
In childhood, nephrolithiasis
is associated with metabolic disorders including hypercalciuria, hyperoxaluria, hypocitraturia and cystinuria (4,5,6).
Therefore, there is growing evidence suggesting long distance running confers an increased risk in the formation of nephrolithiasis
Objective: Adaptation of the Clavien-Dindo classification for assessing the severity of complications following the endoscopic treatment of nephrolithiasis
and evaluation of its versatility and objectivity.
Genetic and dietary factors in idiopathic calcium nephrolithiasis
Specific complications of endoscopic surgery of nephrolithiasis
include bleeding, perforation of the renal pelvis, urinary leak, hydrothorax, damage of adjacent organ, acute pancreatitis, fever, sepsis with a fatal outcome (de la Rosette, Assimos, Desai et al.