Saratov JOURNAL of Medical and Scientific Research

The influence of premorbid background on the course of urolithiasis

Year: 2017, volume 13 Issue: №2 Pages: 280-283
Heading: Urology Article type: Original article
Authors: Osnovin O.V., Popkov V.M., Fomkina O.A.
Organization: Saratov State Medical University

Aim: to analyze the correlation between the unfavorable factors at newborn patients and children and the peculiarities of the course of urolithiasis in adults. Material and Methods. The data were received from questioning of 286 patients and their relatives, analysis of case histories and past medical histories. The material was statistically worked out. Results. The early development of urolithiasis (at patients under 30) was associated with the threat of termination of pregnancy, prematurity, excretory and digestive disorders at childhood in case of severe anamnesis of urolithiasis, and also malnutrition. Bilateral lesions of the urinary system were determined to be associated with artificial feeding and prematurity, digestive diseases and complicated anamnesis of urolithiasis, malnutrition, deprived living conditions and low income. Stones in calyces occurred at patients with different complications at birth. More frequent cases of stone formation in renal pelvis were observed at premature and malnutrition patients and patients with cardiovascular diseases occurred during the childhood. Stones in ureters were considered as a result of respiratory diseases effect. Conclusion. Unfavorable factors occurred at birth and childhood, factors concerned with deprived social conditions and psychological problems influence the onset and the course of urolithiasis.

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