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|Other Titles:||Investigation on the spontaneous passage of ureteral stone|
|Author's alias:||Miura, Takeyoshi|
|Abstract:||An investigation on the spontaneous passage of ureteral stone for the recent three years revealed the following results. 1) The rate of spontaneous passage was 72.2%, which was considerably high than expected. 2) The majority of the cases had simple ureteral stone. A spontaneous passage was observed even in cases with radiographically large stones less than 0.7cm width. 3) The spontaneous passage was seen within 2 months in more than a half of the cases and within less than 9 months in majority of the cases. 4) These results suggest us that spontaneous passage must be expected for six to nine months, during which period positive managements for this purpose are attempted unless obstructive signs other than due to stone is evident .|
|Appears in Collections:||Vol.14 No.4|
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