Long-term outcome of flexible ureterorenoscopy in the diagnosis and treatment of lateralizing essential hematuria.

@article{Nakada1997LongtermOO,
  title={Long-term outcome of flexible ureterorenoscopy in the diagnosis and treatment of lateralizing essential hematuria.},
  author={Stephen Y. Nakada and Osama M. Elashry and Daniel Picus and Ralph Victor Clayman},
  journal={The Journal of urology},
  year={1997},
  volume={157 3},
  pages={776-9}
}
PURPOSE We identified the long-term outcome of ureterorenoscopic diagnosis and treatment of patients with lateralizing essential hematuria. MATERIALS AND METHODS We reviewed retrospectively 17 patients with lateralizing essential hematuria treated with flexible ureterorenoscopy (15) or flexible percutaneous nephroscopy (2) with or without biopsy and electrocoagulation. Followup was longer than 24 months (average 60, range 24 to 116) in all patients. RESULTS At followup 9 of the 17 patients… CONTINUE READING

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