steinstrasse

stein·stras·se

(stīn'stra-se),
A complication of extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy for urinary tract calculi in which stone fragments block the ureter to form a "stone street."
[Ger. Stein, stone, + Strasse, street]

stein·stras·se

(stīn'strah-sĕ)
A complication of extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy for urinary tract calculi in which stone fragments block the ureter to form a "stone street."
[Ger. Stein, stone, + Strasse, street]

steinstrasse

Tiny fragments of stone that remain in the ureters after lithotripsy, causing obstruction to the flow of urine, persistent pain, or bleeding.
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Although ESWL is a non-invasive and safe procedure compared to other treatment modalities, it may also cause complications such as hemorrhage, steinstrasse, renal hematoma, infection, and flank pain.
The most common complications of SWL are minor, such as renal colic or "steinstrasse" and not exceeding 7%.
(5) A study conducted on paediatric population however used DJ stents for the stones larger than 13 mm and found this prevented steinstrasse. (6) In the stented patients, the clearance rates were not significantly different between those stented one week prior to ESWL and those stented after the ESWL procedure in this study.
(2) Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology, Martin Luther University of Halle- Wittenberg, Grosse Steinstrasse 52, 06097 Halle (Saale), Germany
In addition, based on the available evidence, stents do not appear to decrease the risk of steinstrasse or infection following SWL.
Objective: To determine the effect of Tamsulosin, as adjunctive medical therapy after Extracorporeal Shock Wave Lithotripsy for renal stones on rate of stone clearance, clearance time, pain intensity during stone clearance, steinstrasse formation and auxiliary surgical intervention required.
Steinstrasse, the accumulation of ureteric stone fragments causing a ureteric blockage, mostly occurs after treatment for renal stones (by surgery or shock wave lithotripsy--SWL) and is often transient and asymptomatic.
Schmidt, Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology, Martin Luther University Faculty of Medicine, Grosse Steinstrasse 52, D-06097 Halle (Saale), Germany.
For a taste of Hamburg's mercantile riches, head for Chile Haus, between Steinstrasse and Messburg U-Bahn stations, south of the main station.
Public Transportation: Hamburg Transport Authority--HVV, Steinstrasse 7, 20095 Hamburg, Germany.
Number of stones Large numbers of stones may contribute to "Steinstrasse," the blockage of the ureter with fractured stone debris.