calyceal

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Synonyms for calyceal

of or relating to or resembling a calyx

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Comparison of Extracorporeal Shock Wave Lithotripsy for Inferior Caliceal Calculus Between Children and Adults: A Retrospective Analysis-Why Do Results Vary?
Percutaneous nephrolithotomy for caliceal diverticular calculi: A novel single stage approach.
Totally ultrasonography guided PCNL (both in caliceal puncture and tract dilation) is a good alternative to the fluoroscopic method and has satisfactory outcomes compared with the standard technique of PCNL without any major complications and with the advantages of preventing radiation hazards, preventing damage to adjacent organs, and checking for residual calculi.
IVP reveals mostly distortion of calices or caliceal ectasia as a result of renal mass involving the collecting system.
We included patients with upper caliceal, middle caliceal and renal pelvic stones with stone burden [greater than or equal to] 2 cm, lower caliceal stones [greater than or equal to] 1.
Caliceal diverticula developing into simple renal cyst.
Percutaneous nephrolithotomy for complex caliceal calculi and staghorn stones in children less than 5 years of age.
The sonographic appearance of milk of calcium in renal caliceal diverticula.
Supracostal percutaneous nephrolithotomy for upper pole caliceal calculi.
The cases without caliceal or pelvic dilation were classified as grade 0 hydronephrosis, tumours with pelvic dilation only were classified as grade 1, and the cases accompanying mild calix dilation were classified as grade 2.
PCNL is associated with several concerns regarding the management of stone disease in malformed kidneys, including abnormal position with abnormal renal and caliceal orientation, abnormal relations of calices to the renal pelvis and upper ureter, aberrant vasculature, relative kidney immobility impeding the maneuverability of rigid instruments, and abnormal relations with other organs, particularly the bowel.