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The authors report one case of renal rupture occurring during an extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy (ESWL). The patient presented with a bilateral urolithiasis and ESWL, was performed on a large stone (3 cm x 3.5 cm) located in the lower calyx of the right kidney. Ultrasound and CT Scan were used to diagnose the renal rupture and a partial nephrectomy(More)
The authors report their results with 58 patients presenting with pelvic lithiasis who were treated by extracorporeal lithotrity with the Dornier HM3 system. They describe the appropriate procedure of analgesia and emphasize the difficulties to locate the pelvic calculi, which sometimes requires resorting to urography during the treatment. Out of the 58(More)
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