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Title: 体外衝撃波による腎・尿管結石破砕術の臨床成績
Other Titles: Extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy of urolithiasis
Authors: 郡, 健二郎  KAKEN_name
松田, 久雄  KAKEN_name
植村, 匡志  KAKEN_name
若林, 昭  KAKEN_name
神原, 信明  KAKEN_name
田村, 峯雄  KAKEN_name
高田, 昌彦  KAKEN_name
朴, 英哲  KAKEN_name
大西, 規夫  KAKEN_name
加藤, 良成  KAKEN_name
辻橋, 宏典  KAKEN_name
栗田, 孝  KAKEN_name
岡, 聖次  KAKEN_name
奥山, 昭彦  KAKEN_name
園田, 孝夫  KAKEN_name
藤末, 健  KAKEN_name
細川, 尚三  KAKEN_name
荻野, 敏弘  KAKEN_name
有馬, 正明  KAKEN_name
生駒, 文彦  KAKEN_name
板谷, 宏彬  KAKEN_name
井口, 正典  KAKEN_name
Author's alias: Kori, Kenjiro
Matsuda, Hisao
Uemura, Tadashi
Wakabayashi, Akira
Kanbara, Nobuaki
Tamura, Mineo
Takada, Masahiko
Boku, Eitetsu
Onishi, Norio
Kato, Yoshinari
Tsujihashi, Hironori
Kurita, Takashi
Oka, Toshitsugu
Okuyama, Akihiko
Sonoda, Takao
Fujisue, Hiroshi
Hosokawa, Shozo
Ogino, Toshihiro
Arima, Masaki
Ikoma, Fumihiko
Itatani, Hiroaki
Iguchi, Masanori
Keywords: Adolescent
Combined Modality Therapy
Evaluation Studies as Topic
Kidney Calculi/therapy
Length of Stay
Lithotripsy/adverse effects
Middle Aged
Nephrostomy, Percutaneous
Ureteral Calculi/therapy
Urinary Calculi/analysis/surgery/therapy
Issue Date: Aug-1987
Publisher: 泌尿器科紀要刊行会
Journal title: 泌尿器科紀要
Volume: 33
Issue: 8
Start page: 1150
End page: 1156
Abstract: A total of 159 patients underwent 194 treatments with extracorporeal shock-wave lithotripsy for upper urinary tract calculi between August 4 and November 30, 1986. A single treatment was performed in 76% of the patients with renal stones and 90% of the patients with ureteral stones. Treatment was successful in 153 patients (93%). Seventy percent of the patients with renal stones and 95% of those with ureteral stones were stone-free over the one-month follow-up, while about 15% had small and asymptomatic fragments believed to be passable spontaneously. Only one patient required surgical removal of the calculi due to severe ureteral edema. Adjunctive urological management is required in about 9% of the patients preoperatively or postoperatively. The period of hospitalization averaged about 11 days after treatment and patients usually returned to work within a few days after their discharge. Extracorporeal shock-wave lithotripsy is the preferred form of management for symptomatic ureteral and renal calculi.
PubMed ID: 3425513
Appears in Collections:Vol.33 No.8

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