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Investigations for recognizing urinary stone
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It is concluded that the plain both X-ray KUB and USS should be performed in patients with suspected stone disease for identifying stone disease and also to exclude other pathology which may produce similar urinary symptoms. Expand
Photmicrography of urinary deposits in stone clinic
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It is concluded from the study that accurate assessment of the urinary stone patient lies in a proper microscopic evaluation and it is mandatory that EMU should be examined as there is greater chance of identifying crystals and other deposits. Expand
Retrieval methods for urinary stones
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It is concluded from the study that open surgery still remains the sheet anchor of treatment of urinary stones in many patients in Kerala and newer lesser invasive procedures should be ethically selected. Expand
Pattern of family history in stone patients
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It was concluded that single family member involvement was more than multiple involvements in the family members of proved urinary stone patients, who have a history of urinary stone formation. Expand
Effect of blind treatment on stone disease
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It is concluded that most of the drugs administered blindly were neither indicated nor beneficial for the patients and metabolic correction has to be based on proper metabolic assessment. Expand
Clinical risk index in urolithiasis
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By using the present clinical risk index assessment, it is possible to arrive at a prediction regarding future stone formation in any individual and it is also possible to reduce the risk of stone formation by dietetic and life style changes and appropriate chemotherapeutic drugs. Expand
Stone symptoms and urinary deposits
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It is concluded that the presence or absence of symptoms does not alter the presence and extent of urinary deposits significantly in the urinary stone patients. Expand
Temporary risk identification in urolithiasis
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It is concluded that temporary risk index is correlatable with the permanent risk index of the patients forming urinary stones, and can be used as a method for scientific prediction regarding future stone formation in any individual. Expand
Drug dosage protocol for calcium oxalate stone
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It is concluded that in managing the stone patient, the clinical, radiological, microscopic and biochemical parameters should be taken into consideration in deciding the reduction/increase in the dose of drugs. Expand