TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «UROLITHIASES»
The term «urolithiases» is barely ever used and occupies the 199.348
position in our list of most widely used terms in the English dictionary
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «UROLITHIASES»
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Revue roumaine de biochimie
L'investigation de différents types de calculs et de leur composition métallique
fournit des données précises pour orienter la conduite clinique dans la
thérapeutique et la métaphylaxie des urolithiases. CONCLUSIONS 1. Les
Advances in Imaging Technology Research and Application: ...
A prospective cross-sectional study of patients aged 18-85 diagnosed with
urolithiases on CT stonogram with concurrent plain KUB radiograph was
conducted.” Our news journalists obtained a quote from the research from St.
Luke's Medical ...
The Scientific Basis of Urology
Activity products in stone-forming and non-stone-forming urine. Clin Sci 1968; 34:
579-94 17. Kok DJ, Papapoulos SE. Physicochemical considerations in the
development and prevention of calcium oxalate urolithiases. Bone Min Metab
Anthony R. Mundy, John Fitzpatrick, David E. Neal, 1999
... UROGENOUS UROHEMATONEPHROSES UROHEMATONEPHROSIS
UROHEMATOPORPHYRIN UROHEMATOPORPHYRINS UROKINASE
UROKINASES UROLITH UROLITHIASES UROLITHIASIS UROLITHIC
UROLITHS UROLOGIC ...
Maliha Mendoza Mahmood, 2013
Abdomen and Superficial Structures
... and a lower absorption coefficient which makes it more difficult to detect
sonographically.191 Since most urolithiases are smaller that 5 mm, the treatment
of choice is to facilitate natural passage of the stones. Vigorous hydration and ...
Pediatric Robotic and Reconstructive Urology: A ...
Pediatric urolithiases: a ten-year review. Pediatrics 1980;65(6):1068– 72. 4 Bush
NC, Xu L, Brown BJ, et al. Hospitalizations for pediatric stone disease in United
States, 2002–2007. J Urol 2010;183(3):1151–6. 5 Hesse A, Brandle E, Wilbert D,
Urology for the Pediatrician, An Issue of Pediatric Clinics
Biol Neonate. 1995;68:175–184. 5. P.C. Walther,D. Lamm, G.W. Kaplan.
Pediatric urolithiases: a ten-year review. Pediatrics.1980;65:1068–1072. 6. D.S.
Milliner, M.E. Murphy. Urolithiasis inpediatricpatients. Mayo Clin Proc. 1993;68:
Pasquale Casle, Walid A. Farhat, 2012
Kidney stones, also known as nephrolithiases, urolithiases or renal calculi, are
solid accretions (crystals) of dissolved minerals in urine found inside the kidneys
or ureters. They vary in size from as small as a grain of sand to as large as a golf
Learning Diagnostic Imaging: 100 Essential Cases
Urolithiasis can have different mineral compositions: more than 90% are calcium
stones; 3% are cystine calculi; and uric acid, xanthine, and matrix (mucoprotein /
mucopolysaccharide) stones are more uncommon types of urolithiases. Calcium
Ramón Ribes, Antonio Luna, Pablo R. Ros, 2008
Emergency Imaging of the Acutely Ill Or Injured Child
Queloz JM, Capitanio MA, Kirkpatrick JA. Wolman's disease: Roentgen
observations in 3 siblings. Radiology 1972;104:357- 359. 2. Walther PC, Lamm D
, Kaplan GW. Pediatric urolithiases: A ten- year review. Pediatrics 1980;65:1068-
Leonard E. Swischuk, 2000
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A Rare Giant Urinary Bladder Stone: A Case Report
Urinary bladder calculi constitute 5% of all urolithiases . The incidence of female urinary lithiasis is very low; 95% of all bladder stones occur in men . «UroToday, May 10»