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By David S. Chou MD, Elspeth M. McDougall MD, FRCSC (auth.), Stephen Y. Nakada MD, Margaret S. Pearle MD, PhD (eds.)

Although such a lot scientific urologists use quite a few easy endourological ideas of their practices, the advanced top tract pathology and anatomy frequently calls for extra complicated endoscopic abilities and instrumentation. In complex Endourology: the entire medical consultant, top nationwide and overseas urologists within the box of endourology describe ordinary and complex endoscopic approaches for treating higher tract pathology. The authors offer step by step directions for the most recent endoscopic strategies, starting from higher urinary tract calculi and strictures to urothelial melanoma.
Authoritative and hugely instructive, complicated Endourology: the total medical advisor bargains lively urologists and urology citizens not just a entire, illustrated advisor to endourological procedures-particularly the extra complicated techniques-but additionally a realistic potential to extend the diversity and scope of the strategies they perform.

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Furthermore, stents add to the cost of patient care and require an additional cystoscopy for removal unless a pull string is used. Reducing stent use following ureteroscopy should improve patient care and satisfaction (see Table 2). Hosking (23) was the first to report a large series of nonstented ureteroscopy patients who had minimal complications. Approximately half of the patients had no discomfort and the majority of those with discomfort described it as mild and easily resolved by oral analgesics.

Place of double-J stents in extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy. Eur Urol 1993; 23(4): 460–462. 20. Chandhoke PS, Barqawi AZ, Wernecke C, Chee-Awai RA. A randomized outcomes trial of ureteral stents for extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy of solitary kidney or proximal ureteral stones. J Urol 2002; 167(5): 1981–1983. 21. Madbouly K, Sheir KZ, Elsobky E, Eraky I, Kenawy M. Risk factors for the formation of a steinstrasse after extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy: a statistical model. J Urol 2002; 167(3): 1239–1242.

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