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Kidney or Ureter Stone (Nephrology)

Vijay Kumar Kumawat., MBBS

 

Medical Case Details:

26-year-old female patient with 7 mm sized ureter stone. What is the best prescription for this case?

 


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    Dr. Dheerendra Kumar
    General Practitioner

    As size of stone is 7mm, it does not pass through ureter as its diameter is 3-4mm only. It is a case of urologist which may go for ESWL.
    Thank you

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    22.Apr, 06:13pm

    Dr. Aamir Muhamed
    General Practitioner

    >5mm - ESWL is usually done

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    23.Apr, 08:49am

    Dr. Ankush Jairath
    Urologist

    Hi, I am a urologist, 7 mm stone eswl was procedure of choice some 10 years ago, today it is not procedure of choice as you donot know whether stone is visible on floro or not neither you know exact location as eswl can be given only for uuper ureteric or stone near to VUJ. Chances that it will get pass of its own is 20-30 %. Its better you should refer this pat to a urologist who can take informed consent giving advantages and disadvantages of MET vs Surgery in this patient. Hope you find this information useful.

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    23.Apr, 10:04am

    Dr. Gajraj Singh
    Homeopathic Physician

    Good evening sir the stone can easily pass with homeopathic medicine if you try

    I already removed a stone size of 6.8 mm in diameter from right middle 1/3 of ureter

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    24.Apr, 06:21pm

    Dr. Vijay Kumar Kumawat
    General Medicine Physician

    Please tell homeopathic medicine Dr G.s rawat

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    24.Apr, 06:26pm

    Dr. Gajraj Singh
    Homeopathic Physician

    Mrng sir tell me which side ureter is involved

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    25.Apr, 08:26am

    Dr. Mohd Javed
    General Practitioner

    It's A Case Of Urologist As Stone size is 7 mm can't be remove by only medication.

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    25.Apr, 01:27pm

    Dr. Priya Gautam Sumer Singh
    Homeopathic Physician

    Hi I am Dr Priya Gautam ( Hom ).
    Homoeopathic medicines definitely work in this case.

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    03.May, 06:32pm



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