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August 18, 2022
"Knowing the dietary factors that are most important for preventing kidney stone recurrence can help patients and providers know what to prioritize,” said Andrew Rule, MD.
August 12, 2022
"As more genes are classified and catalogued, diagnosis and treatment of kidney stones inches further and further toward 'precision medicine,' " write Rutul Patel, DO, MS, and Alexander Small, MD.
June 10, 2022
"We need to try to do as much as we can to limit sepsis, and basing it on the patient's preoperative risk factors can be very helpful," says Naeem Bhojani, MD, FRCSC.
April 12, 2022
“The take-home message is that there is a new form of lithotripsy,” says Jonathan D. Harper, MD.
April 08, 2022
“We saw that this appears to be a safe treatment with very little bleeding,” says Jonathan D. Harper, MD.
March 23, 2022
In this installment of Urology Times' 50th Anniversary Innovation Celebration, James E. Lingeman, MD, discusses the development of extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy for the treatment of kidney stones.
"The seminal innovation was the idea that you could create a focused shock wave that could be delivered into the body in a non-invasive way that had sufficient energy to break up a stone but not damage other structures," says James E. Lingeman, MD.
March 21, 2022
“One thing from our study that you can take home [is] no matter what the surgery is, small changes right after surgery can actually tell you more than we usually give them credit for,” says Sevag Demirjian, MD.
March 20, 2022
“The take home message would be that in patients with prior history of kidney stone episodes…receiving 24-hour urine testing prior to starting pharmacologic preventive therapy is associated with a lower probability of a subsequent stone-related event,” says Ryan Hsi, MD, FACS.
February 22, 2022
In this interview, Caleb Nelson, MD, PhD, discusses the current state of evaluation and treatment of stones in pediatric patients.