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ALLMedicine™ Pediatric Urolithiasis Center

Research & Reviews  52 results

Dietary Risk Factors for Pediatric Kidney Stones: A Case-Control Study.
https://doi.org/10.1097/JU.0000000000002687
The Journal of Urology; Wang HS, Panagides J et. al.

Apr 5th, 2022 - Data are scarce regarding dietary risk factors for pediatric nephrolithiasis. Our objective was to perform a case-control study (nonmatched) of the association of dietary nutrients with pediatric urolithiasis. We obtained dietary information from ...

Extended genetic analysis of exome sequencing for primary hyperoxaluria in pediatric ur...
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.gene.2021.146155
Gene Zhao Y, Li Y et. al.

Jan 8th, 2022 - Next generation sequencing-based exome sequencing can be used to identify genetic abnormalities in patients believed to be suffering from primary hyperoxaluria. We outline our efforts to improve the diagnostic capacity of exome sequencing for thes...

Ultrasonic vs. Fluoroscopic Guided PNL in Pediatric Renal Stones
https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT03250559

Jul 28th, 2021 - The incidence of pediatric urolithiasis varies by geographic area. Most cases of pediatric urolithiasis are associated with anatomic or metabolic abnormalities or urinary tract infection . PNL can be performed safely and effectively in children by...

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Clinicaltrials.gov  5 results

Ultrasonic vs. Fluoroscopic Guided PNL in Pediatric Renal Stones
https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT03250559

Jul 28th, 2021 - The incidence of pediatric urolithiasis varies by geographic area. Most cases of pediatric urolithiasis are associated with anatomic or metabolic abnormalities or urinary tract infection . PNL can be performed safely and effectively in children by...

Transurethral Versus Percutaneous Endoscopic Management of Bladder Stones in Boys
https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT03294239

Sep 1st, 2020 - Pediatric urolithiasis remains endemic in developing nations, affecting children at ages less than 1 year to adolescence. The prevalence rate is high at 5% to 15% compared with 1% to 5% in developed countries. Recent studies have shown that the pe...

Parents' Health-Education Handbook in Preventing Pediatric Urolithiasis Formation
https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT04284241

Feb 25th, 2020 - Pediatric urolithiasis is a very common disease among Uyghur children of China. Investigators have conducted a cross-sectional survey among children≤14 years in Kashgar Region, which is Uyghur concentrated region and lies in southern Xinjiang Uygh...

Prevalence of Pediatric Urolithiasis in Kashgar Area of Xinjiang in China
https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT03003312

Dec 28th, 2016 - Background: Urolithiasis in children is a painful and costly disease that may also have detrimental long-term effects on kidney function. Although urolithiasis is rarely found in the pediatric population, several studies indicated that the inciden...

Stepwise Shock Wave Lithotripsy in Pediatric Urolithiasis
https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT01807260

Mar 8th, 2013 - Between March 2008 and February 2012, 81 patients were randomized and included in this study. Shock wave lithotripsy was performed by using a Dornier Compact Delta instrument. Localizations of radiopaque and non-opaque stones were estimated by usi...

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News  2 results

Urinary Stones in Children Hard to Sidestep
https://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/910673

Mar 20th, 2019 - BARCELONA, Spain — The treatment of children with urinary tract stones can be a challenge because young people are smaller to work on than adults, there is an absence of suitable instruments, and there is a paucity of evidence suggesting which for...

Kidney Stones in Children Becoming More Common
https://www.mdedge.com/pediatrics/article/47331/pediatrics/kidney-stones-children-becoming-more-common
Bruce Jancin

Feb 3rd, 2012 - STEAMBOAT SPRINGS, COLO. – Kidney stones, historically considered an adult malady, have become vastly more common among children during the past decade, in concert with the obesity epidemic.

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