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Common Urological Problems

Nephrolithotomy

Urinary Stone Disease Intervention

A. CONSERVATIVE OBSERVATION
Most ureteral calculi pass and do not require intervention.

Spontaneous passage depends on stone size,  shape,  location,  and associated ureteral edema (which is likely to depend on the length of time that a stone has not progressed). Ureteral calculi 4–5 mm in size have a 40–50% chance of spontaneous… Urinary Stone Disease Intervention   



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