ureteral colic

u·re·ter·al col·ic

paroxysm of pain due to abrupt obstruction of ureter from a calculus or blood clot in most instances.
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Furthermore, all patients were instructed to drink a minimum of 2 L of water daily and were asked to keep a diary on ureteral colic, stone expulsion and the side effects of medical therapy.
The goal of treatment of ureteral colic is to relieve pain and release the ureteral obstruction.
In addition, adjunctive therapy with [alpha]1-blockers might significantly enhance stone expulsion rates and decrease stone elimination time and the number and intensity of ureteral colic episodes after ESWL.
Although there is a growing interest in URS, there is little data available on the use of emergency URS to treat ureteral colic caused by ureteral stones.