What urologists need to know about ketamine‐induced uropathy: A systematic review

@article{Castellani2020WhatUN,
  title={What urologists need to know about ketamine‐induced uropathy: A systematic review},
  author={Daniele Castellani and Giacomo Maria Pirola and Marilena Gubbiotti and Emanuele Rubilotta and Kalyan Gudaru and Andrea Gregori and Marco Dellabella},
  journal={Neurourology and Urodynamics},
  year={2020},
  volume={39},
  pages={1049 - 1062}
}
Ketamine is a general anesthetic. Dissociative effects and low cost led ketamine becoming an illegal recreational drug in young adults. Ketamine‐induced uropathy (KIU) is one of the complications observed in abusers. This study aimed to provide a systematic literature review on KIU clinical presentation, pathophysiology, and treatments. 
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