renal calculus

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Synonyms for renal calculus

a calculus formed in the kidney

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Bacteriology of branched renal calculi and accompanying urinary tract infection.
During the routine medical checkup of these workers a number of renal lithiasis cases were detected which prompted the question whether lead accumulates in renal calculi like other body pools such as physiological fluids, soft tissues and bones [2].
Ultrsonographic and radiographic diagnosis of renal calculi in dogs.
A computed tomography (CT) scan (also known as the computed axial tomography (CAT) scan) without contrast in patients with suspected renal calculi.
In a study from Karachi by Rizvi et al,20 75 renal calculi were analyzed.
Various epidemiological factors seen in ESBL producers include female patients (n = 24, 80%), history of antimicrobial intake (n = 17,57%), elderly age >60 years (n = 16 53%), renal calculi (n = 15, 50%), history of recurrent UTI (n = 11, 37%), pregnancy (n = 11,37%), diabetes mellitus (n = 7, 23%) and history of urogenital instrumentation (n = 7, 23%).
5) Most of the calculi were located in the ureter; only 3 (5%) of the 55 patients had renal calculi without calcification near the location of the underlying abnormality (distal ureter).
2) Most cases occur in the setting of infected obstruction owing to renal calculi.
1) Within this category was the inclusion of renal calculi which was reported to rarely present to a chiropractic clinic.
Percutaneous nephrolithotomy (PCNL) has been the gold standard in the management of complex renal calculi [greater than or equal to] cm in diameter.
This edition updates cases to reflect new practices; includes four new cases on Bell's palsy, glaucoma, renal calculi, and septic shock; and updates nursing diagnoses to reflect the North American Nursing Diagnosis Association (NANDA) International's Nursing Diagnoses: Definitions and Classifications 2009-2011.
There was no current or previous history of toxin ingestion, suicide attempts, arthritis, or renal calculi.
They increase the risk of renal calculi likely to be caused by penicillin which has been poorly metabolized by the kidneys.
We present a case of 52 years male with squamous cell carcinoma of renal pelvis, presenting as chronic pyelonephritis transforming the kidney into non-functioning multicystic cavitatory mass without any renal calculi.