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Micali RomaM. Porena PerugiaF. Selvaggi BariResort adenoma prostatico. Trombetta TriesteG. Despite its relatively uncommon incidence, management of the urinary stones in children poses a specific technical challenge to the urologist. Summary Aims of the management should be complete clearance of stones, preservation of renal function and prevention of stone recurrence. For this reason in addition to stone removal procedures, treatment of pediatric urolithiasis requires a thorough metabolic and urological evaluation on an individual basis.
Obstructive pathologies along with the established metabolic abnormalities should be treated on time. Urine volume should be increased encouraging adequate fluid intake evenly distributed to the whole day and Resort adenoma prostatico therapeutic agents which increase urine citrate levels may be considered in the medical management of hypocitraturia.
In order to select the most appropriate surgical treatment, location, composition, and size of the stone sthe anatomy of the collecting system, and the presence of obstruction along with the presence of infection of the urinary tract should be considered. Improvements in technology and growing experience have resulted in greater acceptance of minimally invasive techniques for the management of pediatric stones Resort adenoma prostatico currently urologists can benefit from the whole spectrum of stone management alternatives also in children.
SWL is the first choice tteatment for upper tract calculi while other minimally invasive methods have more specific indications. Although SWL is safe and efficient in the treatment of both renal and ureteral stones, ureteroscopy and PCNL in expert hands, can be successfully applied in appropriate cases.
In fact gue to Resort adenoma prostatico technically demanding nature of these procedures Resort adenoma prostatico experience in the adult population is mandatory. With judicious application of these treatment modalities, excellent stone free rates with minimal morbidity could be obtained in this specific patient population.
In patients with anatomical abnormalities open surgery Resort adenoma prostatico continue to be the preferred treatment alternative. Renal stone disease is frequently con- With respect to the chemical composition and the possi- Resort adenoma prostatico in the evaluation of kidney disesases in children ble etiology of the stone disease; in United Kingdom and although its diagnosis is rarely confirmed.
The majority of tern of the disease shows Resort adenoma prostatico variation in developed these calculi have been found coincident with Proteus and developing countries. While the disease has been infection and urinary tract anomalies. Sarica particularly the dependence on cereal and rice, play a in an attempt to limit the morbidity of the disease in this Resort adenoma prostatico role. Long-term Among the possible underlying causative factors, some post-operative follow-up is needed, especially after using Resort adenoma prostatico evaluated factors namely metabolic abnormalities, recently developed and established technical innovations urinary tract infections, anatomical abnormalities and for the management of urinary stones in children.
After the quency of stone events. On the other hand infection-related stones have appropriate prophylactic measures. As a pharmacological agent, potassium citrate has bolic urolithiasis in industrialized countries. Last, but been used with acceptable success rates in adult popula- not least, calcium Resort adenoma prostatico calculi or nephrocalcinosis are tion, but this medication has Resort adenoma prostatico been fully established commonly diagnosed in children suffering from primary in children and Resort adenoma prostatico is really very troublesome to keep the hyperoxaluria type 1 and 2.
Massive hyperoxaluria in child under a certain preventive measure for a long peri- such cases may cause progressive renal functional deteri- od of time. Children at older ages with cooperative par- oration in some cases due to the deposition of calcium ents are the cases which may demonstrate acceptable oxalate in the renal interstitium without any stone for- successful outcome following these measures 7.
Obstructive pathologies along with the failure in childhood originates from this type of hyper- established metabolic abnormalities should be treated on oxaluria.
Children with type 2 primary hyperoxaluria time. Children with a positive family anamnesis are the PH2 however usually do not present until their second candidates for a close and careful follow-up with respect or third decade of life 5, 6. Urine volume should be increased The natural history of pediatric stone disease is not as encouraging adequate fluid intake evenly distributed to well defined as it is in adulthood. The pathology is asso- the whole day and medical therapeutic agents which ciated with considerable morbidity, with recurrence rates increase urine citrate levels may be considered in the of 6.
Without follow-up Resort adenoma prostatico medical interven- medical management of hypocitraturia in children. In children,stone recur- rence rates Resort adenoma prostatico widely from 3.
Resort adenoma prostatico, the should be Resort adenoma prostatico in mind that all children suffering from majority of stones in children can be managed either with stone disease should be evaluated in detail to determine shock-wave lithotripsy SWLpercutaneous the possible underlying causes and to help planning the nephrolithotomy PCNL or ureterorenoscopy URSor a proper management strategies.
In addition to the successful treatment, it modality, one should consider the location, composition, has also been shown that children pass the disintegrated and Resort adenoma prostatico of the stone sthe anatomy of the collecting sys- stone Resort adenoma prostatico in a quick and easy fashion.
However tem, and the presence of obstruction along with the pres- depending on the size as well as the number of stones ence of infection of the urinary tract. Different approach- along with the presence of certain risk factors such as es in the minimal invasive management of stones in pedi- metabolic derangements and anatomical abnormalities, atric population are here discussed.
With the ing kidney and surrounding organs, but no irreversible increasing experience in this field, this modality has serious side effect of high energy shock wave could also become the preferred treatment alternative in the mini- be demonstrated during short as well as long-term fol- mal invasive management of the stones in children in low-up.
Although renal functional deterioration and consideration of its minimal invasive nature and of satis- new-onset of hypertension have been discussed serious- factory stone-free rates. Despite the increasing application ly, long-term evaluation of the treated children in various of percutaneous nephrolithotomy, development of small- series did not show any significant morphologic as well er-diameter flexible ureteroscopes and ancillary instru- as functional changes.