New alternatives for minimally invasive management of uroliths: ureteroliths.

@article{Defarges2013NewAF,
  title={New alternatives for minimally invasive management of uroliths: ureteroliths.},
  author={Alice M N Defarges and Allyson C Berent and Marilyn Dunn},
  journal={Compendium},
  year={2013},
  volume={35 3},
  pages={E4}
}
Ureterolithiasis is a serious clinical problem in small animal veterinary medicine, and management can be challenging and frustrating. Various traditional surgical treatment options exist but are associated with significant morbidity and mortality. In humans, minimally invasive treatment options have overtaken traditional surgical removal. This article reviews the current literature on the management of ureteral stone disease, including various types of lithotripsy, and discusses some of the… CONTINUE READING

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