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Urinary Stone Disease

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History of Urinary Stone Disease

Urinary stones have affected mankind since time immemorial. It would be fascinating to know that the first evidence of urinary stones dates back to 4800 B.C., when a bladder stone was discovered in an Egyptian mummy at E1 Amrah Egypt. Information about urinary stone disease can also be found in ancient Sanskrit literature in India.

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piyush174 Friday, April 20, 2012
my name is parth srivastav.i am from delhi,i just want to know that am i suffering from stone disease??.. actually last night i felt very hard pain in my stomack for 30 minutes it was really so hard pain and then[after 30 min.] i felt relax. so i just want from you to suggest me should i concert to a this the symptom of stone, pls reply fast
ranjan03 Tuesday, April 3, 2012
To prevent Stone to recur, one must get a. Stone Analysis done by latest method like FTIR b. 24 Urine metabolic test. After analysis, the clinician can give proper opinion whay diet modification to be done and what treatment is required. Its : Dr.S. Mehta .check
urolab Wednesday, September 14, 2011
I went for Rt URS for upper ureteric stone but it could not be removed and stone flied up. Now with ESWL it is broken in two pieces. What is the way out to remove stone, DJ stenting is also done after URS. This is a slip from doctor's side or possibility during URS.


ad1969 Wednesday, July 22, 2009
diet undertaken is not satisfactory. what all foods we have to avoid must be clearly specified with their names. many people not to eat banana, leafy vegetables etc. so if u specify name by name its more easy to understand even to normal users. surgery required is up to which mm.
shanutaj Sunday, July 19, 2009

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