Does lower-pole caliceal anatomy predict stone clearance after shock wave lithotripsy for primary lower-pole nephrolithiasis?

@article{Talas2007DoesLC,
  title={Does lower-pole caliceal anatomy predict stone clearance after shock wave lithotripsy for primary lower-pole nephrolithiasis?},
  author={Halit Talas and Ozcan Kiliç and Semih Tangal and Mut Şafak},
  journal={Urologia internationalis},
  year={2007},
  volume={79 2},
  pages={129-32}
}
AIM In order to have an idea about the success rates after extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy (SWL) in patients with lower-pole stones, we reviewed the caliceal anatomy of the patients treated in our clinic. PATIENTS AND METHODS One hundred and ninety-eight patients having at least a 3-month follow-up period, with a single stone located in the lower pole, were included. Lower infundibulopelvic angle (LIP-A), infundibular width, and infundibular length were measured from standard… CONTINUE READING

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