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Minerva Urol Nefrol. 2013 Jun;65(2):85-92.

Stents and stone disease.

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Department Urology, Stellenbosch University Cape Town, South Africa. arvdm@sun.ac.za

Abstract

The use of stents in renal stone disease is relatively new. The main advantage is reduced pressure in the renal collecting system during times of infected obstructed collecting systems, surgery or obstructing stones. As much pain relieve theses stents offer when indicated, equally much morbidity is caused when stent materials interface with the human urothelium in terms of symptoms, perforations and the "forgotten stent". This review aim to summarize some of the most important considerations when stents are used in stone disease.

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