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Diagnosis of Ureteral calculi

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doctor1 MD

I have a stone of 10.8*7.5 mm (HU 1114) noted in right upper ureter at the level of l4 vertebral body. I wanted to know the solution and cost in XXXXXXX Also how should I prepare for it and any side effects of solution.

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i am 41 years old and since yesterday i have lower right abdomen pain and feeling obstration in urination. 1.3 years back, a calculus of 5.7 mm was traved in right lower ureter . please suggest medicine and pain killer as pain is regular. plz find...

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33 year male disgnosed with 5mm ureteric calculi within 6 days of policy inception.kindly review all the documents and guide us how many days must have required to form this calculi. ...

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/drug use/bulemia/ anorexia . - still her Dr wants her in a hospital with a diagnosis of anorexia; tho she ... for a diagnosis? Again, 13 yr old girl whose vital signs are so bad her Dr wants her in hospital, her menstruation ...

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http://www.medhelp.org/posts/Neurology/Strange-Head-Sensation-and-symptoms---Migraine-epilepsy-something-else/show/0000 my husband has same issues. I can mention in detail if you want but the forum explains exactly what he is experiencing. weve...

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Dr Good Morning . My wife having having pain due to stone size 6.5mm in mid left ureteric calculus and tiny left renal calculus (1.5mm). docter given medicine Exmite 500 morning and night -i tab. another docter prescribe drotin M - 1 tab at noon....

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hi doc,i am 30 year old male undergone left sidedDJstenting for 9mm lower ureteric calculi with infected system and moderate hydronephrosis 2 weeks ago...is dat not advisable to do sex during this period ...

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hey doctor im dewan from bangladesh. recently i have had my ureteroscopy for removal of left ureteric calculi. after having surgery i am feeling pain where right lung is situated. this pain ...

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What does it mean when a ct scan comes back about. Multiple phleboliths within the pelvis limit evaluation for ureteral calculi. There appears to be a 4 mm obstructing calculus within the left ...

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My father was prescribed spasmo-proxyvon earlier for pain due to ureteral calculi. Now, this drug has stopped and available one is spasmo-proxivon plus with a different composition. Would like to know ...

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RT=98MM*40MM, LT=99*40MM.BOTH KIDNEYS ARE NORMAL IN SIZE,SHAPE AND PARENCHYMAL ECOH-TEXTURE.BOTH CORTICO- MEDULLARY DIFFERENTIATIONS,CALYCES AND RENAL PELVES ARE NORMAL. NO RENAL AND/OR URETERIC CALCULI ...

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changes , but my doctor has reviewed and stated that he is doubtful that I even have Angina. His Diagnosis ...

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and left-sided perinephric inflammation. There are no other renal or ureteric calculi. There is a fatty ...

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Mild prominence of right pelvicalyceal system with no ureteric calculi / hydroureter / mass lesion / extrinsic compression _ probably d/t distended bladder. Another impression- non obstructive right renal ...

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,convulsions,encephalopathy,hypoalbuminemia,what's the diffrential diagnosis of this case?? ...

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doctor1 MD

Ureteric calculi is one possibility.