ureterorenoscopy


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ureterorenoscopy

 [u-re″ter-o-re-nos´kah-pe]
visual inspection of the interior of the ureter and kidney by means of a fiberoptic endoscope for such purposes as biopsy, removal or crushing of stones, or other procedures.

ureterorenoscopy

/ure·tero·re·nos·co·py/ (-re-nos´kah-pe) visual inspection of the interior of the ureter and kidney by means of a fiberoptic endoscope (ureterorenoscope), as for biopsy or removal or crushing of stones.

ureterorenoscopy

visual inspection of the interior of the ureter and kidney by means of a fiberoptic endoscope for such purposes as biopsy, removal or crushing of stones, or other procedures.
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Flexible ureterorenoscopy for lower pole stones: Influence of the collecting system's anatomy.
Safety and efficacy of flexible ureterorenoscopy and holmium:YAG lithotripsy for intrarenal stones in anticoagulated cases.
1 [micro]Sv to the head, eye glasses, fingers, and legs, respectively, per case Circulating Zero (0) nurse Notes: PCNL = percutaneous nephrolithotomy, ESWL = extra corporeal shock wave lithotripsy, URS = ureterorenoscopy.
Flexible ureterorenoscopy for the treatment of refractory upper urinary tract stones.
The present study showed that flexible ureterorenoscopy with laser lithotripsy was an effective and safe treatment option in patients with multiple intrarenal stones.
Herein, we aimed to present an H ureter case, which was identified while performing ureterorenoscopy to a 48-year-old female patient due to a right distal ureteral stone.
Each participant completed a standardized, simulated fURS task: rigid cystoscopy, placement of a ureteral access sheath, and flexible ureterorenoscopy with repositioning of a lower pole renal stone to an upper pole calyx using a flexible ureteroscope (Flex-X2, Storz) and a 1.
Ureterorenoscopy (URS) (including retrograde access to renal collecting system): guidelines on urolithiasis; 2012.