Saratov JOURNAL of Medical and Scientific Research

A comprehensive approach to the diagnosis and treatment of straghorn nephrolithiasis

Year: 2018, volume 14 Issue: №1 Pages: 81-86
Heading: Urology Article type: Review
Authors: Chekhonatskaya M.L., Rossolovsky A.N., Kryuchkov I.A., Bobylev D.A.
Organization: Saratov State Medical University

A review of the literature is devoted to the most topical diagnostic questions and treatment of patients with urolithia-sis. The role and the latest advances and benefits of minimally invasive surgery were described. Particular attention was paid to the problems of residual calculi and the condition of the renal parenchyma in the perioperative period. The theme of choice of conducting such patients tactics was considered. The actual diagnostic methods and a differentiated approach to the algorithm choice of the examination and treatment of patients with staghorn nephrolithiasis were considered. The review provided a scientometric analysis of research information (documents reference), contained the analytical array of scientific publications. Electronic information resources of scientific electronic library bibliographic databases: eLibrary, PubMed, Clinical Key, Science Direct — were used.

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