Syndetics cover image
Image from Syndetics

Clinical Management of Urolithiasis [electronic resource].

By: Contributor(s): Material type: Computer fileComputer filePublisher number: 9783642287312Publication details: Dordrecht : Springer, 2012.ISBN:
  • 9783642287329
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: Clinical Management of UrolithiasisDDC classification:
  • 616.6/22061
LOC classification:
  • RC916
Online resources:
Contents:
Clinical Management of Urolithiasis; Copyright page; Foreword; Reference; Contents; 1: Epidemiology of Stone Disease; 1.1 Prevalence; 1.1.1 Age; 1.1.2 Race; 1.1.3 Sex; 1.2 Risk Factors; 1.2.1 Potentially Modifiable Risk Factors; 1.2.1.1 Diet; 1.2.1.2 Obesity and the Metabolic Syndrome; 1.2.2 Fixed Risk Factors; 1.2.3 Contextual Risk Factors; 1.2.3.1 Climate; 1.2.3.2 Occupational Exposure Risks; 1.3 Healthcare Utilization; 1.4 Future Research; References; 2: Imaging; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Computed Tomography; 2.2.1 Indications; 2.2.2 Radiation Exposure; 2.2.3 Recommendations; 2.3 Ultrasound
2.3.1 Indications2.3.2 Recommendations; 2.4 Plain Radiography; 2.4.1 Kidneys, Ureters, and Bladder (KUB); 2.4.2 Intravenous Pyelography (IVP); 2.4.3 Radiation Exposure; 2.4.4 Recommendation; 2.5 Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI); 2.5.1 Indications; 2.5.2 Recommendations; 2.6 New Technology; 2.6.1 Digital Tomosynthesis; References; 3: Acute Flank Pain; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Clinical Presentation; 3.3 Physiology of Renal Colic Pain; 3.4 Localization of Pain; 3.5 Differential Diagnosis; 3.6 Diagnostic Evaluation; 3.6.1 History; 3.6.2 Physical Examination; 3.6.3 Laboratory Evaluation
3.6.4 Urine Studies3.6.5 Diagnostic Imaging; Conclusions; References; 4: Observation Versus Active Treatment; 4.1 Observation; 4.1.1 Indication for Observation; 4.1.1.1 Spontaneous Stone Passage Rates; 4.2 Active Treatment; 4.2.1 Indication for Active Treatment; 4.2.1.1 Ureter; 4.2.1.2 Kidney; 4.2.1.3 Timing of Intervention; 4.2.2 Medical Expulsive Therapy (MET); 4.2.2.1 Pathophysiology; 4.2.2.2 MET Indication; Stone Size; Distal Ureter; Proximal Ureter; 4.2.2.3 Class Effect; 4.2.2.4 MET and Corticosteroids; 4.2.2.5 Alpha-Blockade Versus Calcium Channel-Blockade; 4.2.2.6 SWL and MET
4.2.2.7 URS and MET4.2.2.8 Adverse Events; 4.2.2.9 Cost-Effectiveness; 4.2.2.10 Disseminating MET Outside Urology; References; 5: Indications for Active Treatment and Procedure Selection; 5.1 Indications for Active Intervention; 5.1.1 Kidney Stones; 5.1.2 Ureteral Stones; 5.2 Precautions and Specific Situations; 5.2.1 Urinary Tract Infection; 5.2.2 Anticoagulation and Bleeding Diathesis; 5.2.3 Obesity; 5.2.4 Hard Stones; 5.2.5 Steinstrasse; 5.3 Procedure Selection for Active Removal of Kidney Stones; 5.3.1 Stones in Renal Pelvis or Upper/Middle Calices
5.3.2 Stones in the Lower Renal Pole (vgl. SWL Chap. 6)5.4 Procedure Selection for Active Stone Removal of Ureteral Stones; 5.4.1 Proximal Ureteral Stones; 5.4.2 Mid-ureteral and Distal Stones; 5.5 Summary; References; 6: Shock Wave Lithotripsy in the Year 2012; 6.1 The Actual Problems of SWL; 6.2 New Ideas for SWL; 6.3 Physics of Shock Waves; 6.4 Mechanism and Theories of Stone Fragmentation; 6.4.1 Tear and Shear Forces; 6.4.2 Spallation; 6.4.3 Quasi-static Squeezing; 6.4.4 Cavitation; 6.4.5 Dynamic Squeezing; 6.4.6 Relevance of Different Theories; 6.4.7 Dynamic Fatigue
6.5 Factors Influencing Efficacy
Holdings
Item type Home library Call number Status Date due Barcode Item holds
Electronic Resource Electronic Resource UH Online Library Ebooks Not for loan
Total holds: 0

Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

Description based upon print version of record.

Clinical Management of Urolithiasis; Copyright page; Foreword; Reference; Contents; 1: Epidemiology of Stone Disease; 1.1 Prevalence; 1.1.1 Age; 1.1.2 Race; 1.1.3 Sex; 1.2 Risk Factors; 1.2.1 Potentially Modifiable Risk Factors; 1.2.1.1 Diet; 1.2.1.2 Obesity and the Metabolic Syndrome; 1.2.2 Fixed Risk Factors; 1.2.3 Contextual Risk Factors; 1.2.3.1 Climate; 1.2.3.2 Occupational Exposure Risks; 1.3 Healthcare Utilization; 1.4 Future Research; References; 2: Imaging; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Computed Tomography; 2.2.1 Indications; 2.2.2 Radiation Exposure; 2.2.3 Recommendations; 2.3 Ultrasound

2.3.1 Indications2.3.2 Recommendations; 2.4 Plain Radiography; 2.4.1 Kidneys, Ureters, and Bladder (KUB); 2.4.2 Intravenous Pyelography (IVP); 2.4.3 Radiation Exposure; 2.4.4 Recommendation; 2.5 Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI); 2.5.1 Indications; 2.5.2 Recommendations; 2.6 New Technology; 2.6.1 Digital Tomosynthesis; References; 3: Acute Flank Pain; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Clinical Presentation; 3.3 Physiology of Renal Colic Pain; 3.4 Localization of Pain; 3.5 Differential Diagnosis; 3.6 Diagnostic Evaluation; 3.6.1 History; 3.6.2 Physical Examination; 3.6.3 Laboratory Evaluation

3.6.4 Urine Studies3.6.5 Diagnostic Imaging; Conclusions; References; 4: Observation Versus Active Treatment; 4.1 Observation; 4.1.1 Indication for Observation; 4.1.1.1 Spontaneous Stone Passage Rates; 4.2 Active Treatment; 4.2.1 Indication for Active Treatment; 4.2.1.1 Ureter; 4.2.1.2 Kidney; 4.2.1.3 Timing of Intervention; 4.2.2 Medical Expulsive Therapy (MET); 4.2.2.1 Pathophysiology; 4.2.2.2 MET Indication; Stone Size; Distal Ureter; Proximal Ureter; 4.2.2.3 Class Effect; 4.2.2.4 MET and Corticosteroids; 4.2.2.5 Alpha-Blockade Versus Calcium Channel-Blockade; 4.2.2.6 SWL and MET

4.2.2.7 URS and MET4.2.2.8 Adverse Events; 4.2.2.9 Cost-Effectiveness; 4.2.2.10 Disseminating MET Outside Urology; References; 5: Indications for Active Treatment and Procedure Selection; 5.1 Indications for Active Intervention; 5.1.1 Kidney Stones; 5.1.2 Ureteral Stones; 5.2 Precautions and Specific Situations; 5.2.1 Urinary Tract Infection; 5.2.2 Anticoagulation and Bleeding Diathesis; 5.2.3 Obesity; 5.2.4 Hard Stones; 5.2.5 Steinstrasse; 5.3 Procedure Selection for Active Removal of Kidney Stones; 5.3.1 Stones in Renal Pelvis or Upper/Middle Calices

5.3.2 Stones in the Lower Renal Pole (vgl. SWL Chap. 6)5.4 Procedure Selection for Active Stone Removal of Ureteral Stones; 5.4.1 Proximal Ureteral Stones; 5.4.2 Mid-ureteral and Distal Stones; 5.5 Summary; References; 6: Shock Wave Lithotripsy in the Year 2012; 6.1 The Actual Problems of SWL; 6.2 New Ideas for SWL; 6.3 Physics of Shock Waves; 6.4 Mechanism and Theories of Stone Fragmentation; 6.4.1 Tear and Shear Forces; 6.4.2 Spallation; 6.4.3 Quasi-static Squeezing; 6.4.4 Cavitation; 6.4.5 Dynamic Squeezing; 6.4.6 Relevance of Different Theories; 6.4.7 Dynamic Fatigue

6.5 Factors Influencing Efficacy