• pelvic
  • ureteroscopy effects were frequent (moderate pelvic pain : 100%, hematuria 60 %).Their intensity was always minimal to moderate. (epostersonline.com)
  • It is most suitable to remove stones of more than 2 cm in size and which are present near the pelvic region. (wikipedia.org)
  • ultrasound
  • Stone-free on ultrasound six weeks post-surgery. (maestro-portal.eu)
  • A fluoroscopic x-ray imaging system or an ultrasound imaging system is used to locate the stone and aim the treatment. (wikipedia.org)
  • If allowed to view the ultrasound or x-ray monitor, they may be able to see their stones change from a distinct bright point (or dark spot depending on whether the fluoro unit is set up in native or bones white) to a fuzzy cloud as the stone is disintegrated into a fine powder. (wikipedia.org)
  • In case the stone is big it may first have to be crushed using ultrasound probes and then the stone fragments removed. (wikipedia.org)
  • removal
  • The time from insertion of the cystoscope to removal may be only a few minutes, or it may be longer if the physician finds a stone and decides to remove it, or in cases where a biopsy is required. (wikipedia.org)
  • calyx
  • A stone occupied the area around her ureteropelvic junction, and the URS could not be advanced to the target calyx. (biomedcentral.com)
  • lasers
  • Pulsed dye lasers emit 504 nm light that is delivered to the stone by optical fibers through a scope. (wikipedia.org)
  • usually
  • The final power level usually depends on the patient's pain threshold and the observed success of stone breakage. (wikipedia.org)
  • remove
  • bleeding, need for transfusion (less than 1 percent) and risk of additional procedures to completely remove kidney stones. (ucsd.edu)