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The Resource Kidney Stone Disease : Say NO to Stones!

Kidney Stone Disease : Say NO to Stones!

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Kidney Stone Disease : Say NO to Stones!
Title
Kidney Stone Disease
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Say NO to Stones!
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eng
Summary
Kidney stone is a significant disease with a 12-15% prevalence in the United States. Patients with a history of stones have a 50% risk of making another stone in 5 years or 80% risk in their lifetime. The goal of this book is to educate the reader on the nuts and bolts of stone disease and to provide new and updated information to help them tackle this painful disease
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dictionaries
Kidney Stone Disease : Say NO to Stones!
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Kidney Stone Disease : Say NO to Stones!
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Contents
  • Foreword I -- Foreword II -- Preface -- Acknowledgements -- Contents -- Contributors -- Part I: My Personal Encounter with the Medical Profession, Surgery and PAIN! -- 1: Room #2: The Test I Could Not Study For! -- 2: Visiting the Other Side: The Roller Coaster Ride Continues! -- Part II: The Significance of Stone Disease -- 3: The Urinary Tract: The Inside Story! -- The Short and the Long -- What Is the Urinary Tract? -- The Kidneys: The Stone Factory! -- Function -- Structure and Location -- The Ureters: The Rate-Limiting Step! -- Function -- Structure and Location -- The Bladder: No Other Place to Go but Out! -- Function -- Structure and Location -- The Urethra: Go with the Flow! -- Function -- Structure and Location -- Anatomical Variations -- Kidney -- Renal Fusion Anomaly -- Horseshoe Kidney -- Renal Ectopia -- Ureter -- Ureteral Duplication -- Complete -- Incomplete -- Bladder -- Bladder Exstrophy -- Urethra -- Hypospadias -- Epispadias -- References -- 4: The Rock of Ages: Stones Have Stood the Test of Time! -- MileSTONES of the Disease -- Rocky Road to the Treatment of Urinary Stones -- Modern Urinary Stone Surgery: Past, Present and No Suture! -- ESWL: Blast from the Past, the Wave of the Future! -- Conclusion -- Selected Readings -- 5: Facts and Figures: Stones by the Numbers! -- Simple Stone Facts -- Stone Facts -- The Rule of 50! -- Conclusion -- Suggested Reading -- 6: Urinary Tract Stones: From the Invisible to the Clearly Distinct and Discernible Stone! -- Types of Stones: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly! -- Randall's Plaques: Big Stones Have Small Beginnings! -- Calcium Stones -- Simple Stone Facts -- Uric Acid Stones -- Simple Stone Facts -- Struvite Stones -- Simple Stone Facts -- Cystine Stones -- Simple Stone Facts -- Xanthine Stones -- Simple Stone Facts -- 2,8-Dihydroxyadenine (DHA) Stones -- Simple Stone Facts
  • Crixivan® Stones -- Simple Stone Facts -- Reyataz® Stones -- Simple Stone Facts -- Topamax® Stones -- Simple Stone Facts -- Conclusion -- References -- 7: Stone Characteristics: Not All Stones Are Created Equal! -- Simple Stone Facts -- Stone Characteristics (Shapes, Color and Sizes) -- Calcium Oxalate -- Calcium Phosphate -- Uric Acid -- Struvite -- Cystine -- Stone Composition and Fragility -- Stone Etiology -- X-ray Characteristics of Stones -- Urinary pH and Stone Formation -- Stone and Gender -- Symptoms Associated with Stones -- Location -- Size -- Stone-Passage Rates: Size Does Matter! -- Conclusion -- References -- Part III: Risk Factors, Risk Groups -- 8: Metabolic and Hereditary Factors: Are You Stone Prone? -- Simple Stone Facts -- Hypercalciuria -- Hypocitraturia -- Hyperuricosuria -- Hyperoxaluria -- Hypomagnesiuria -- Cystinuria -- Summary -- 9: The Stone Belt -- Summary Stone Facts -- Climate Factors: The Stone Belt -- Occupational Factors -- Lifestyle Factors -- Immobilization -- Stress -- Gastrointestinal Factors -- Inflammatory Bowel Disease (Crohn's Disease and Ulcerative Colitis) -- Diarrhea -- Medical Disease Factors -- Sarcoidosis -- Diabetes -- Kidney Disease -- Medullary Sponge Kidney -- Cancer -- Leukemia -- Lymphoma -- Hypertension -- Chronic Urinary Tract Infections -- Urinary Stasis -- Gout -- Renal Tubular Acidosis -- Hormones -- Hyperparathyroidism -- Estrogen -- Cystinuria -- Hypocitraturia -- Hyperuricosuria -- Anatomical Factors -- Surgical Factors -- Summary Stone Facts -- Gastric Bypass Versus Gastric Banding: Does Bariatric Surgery Increase Your Risk of Stones: Fact or Fiction? -- Small Bowel Resection -- Ileostomy and Colon Resection -- Genetic Factors -- Dietary Factors -- Medication Factors: Drug Induced Renal Calculi -- Summary Stone Facts -- Loop Diuretics -- Bumetanide and Furosemide
  • Carbonic Anhydrase Inhibitors -- Laxatives -- Magnesium Trisilicate -- Antibiotics -- Ciprofloxacin -- Sulfa Medications: Sulfonamides -- Sulfamethoxazole-Trimethoprim -- Sulfadiazine -- Indinavir -- Uricosuric Agents -- Decongestants -- Ephedrine -- Guaifenesin -- Chemotherapeutic Agents -- Diuretics -- Triamterene -- Salicylates: Can Aspirin Cause Kidney Stones? -- Anti-epileptic Drugs (AEDs) -- Topiramate -- Zonisamide -- Allopurinol -- Potassium Citrate -- Steroids -- Other Risk Factors for Stones -- Gender -- Obesity -- Personal History -- Family History -- Nationality -- Geography -- Ethnicity -- Conclusion -- References -- 10: Sex and Stones: Sex and Stones May Break Your Bones, but Water Will Not Harm You! -- Summary Stone Facts -- Gender Statistics and Stones -- Gender Age and Stones -- Gender and Stone Types -- Gender and Stone Symptoms -- Gender Diseases and Stones -- Laxative Abuse -- Eating Disorders -- Crohn's Disease -- Osteoporosis -- Cardiovascular Disease -- Gender and Anatomical Barriers for Stones -- Bladder Stones -- Gender Hormones and Stones -- Testosterone -- Estrogen -- Gender and Stone Risk Factors -- Obesity -- Gender Factors and Stones -- Pregnancy -- Post-menopause -- Vasectomy -- Summary -- References -- 11: Pregnancy and Stones: Stubborn Stone Situation -- Simple Stone Facts -- Introduction -- Anatomic Factors -- Metabolic Factors -- Presentation and Work-Up -- Treatment Options During Pregnancy -- Follow Up -- Summary -- Further Reading -- 12: Children and Elderly with Stones: Stones for the Ages! -- Stone Summary Facts -- Pediatric Patients and Stones -- Types of Stones -- Anatomic Considerations -- Stone Composition -- Risk Factors -- Presentation -- Work-Up -- Treatment -- Prevention -- Conclusion -- The Elderly and Stones: Does Aging Impact Stones? -- Summary Stone Facts -- Overview
  • Risk Factors: Are Elderly Prone to Stones? -- Diagnosis and Management -- Conclusion -- Further Reading -- 13: Obesity and Stones: Losing the Waist Is More Than Weight! -- Simple Stone Facts -- Obesity, Weight Gain and Stone Disease -- BMI and Stone Disease -- Waist Size and Stone Disease: Look Great, Lose the Waist! -- The Link Between Obesity and Types of Stones -- Summary -- References -- Part IV: The Work-Up -- 14: Symptoms: Listen to How Your Stone Is Communicating with You! -- Summary Stone Facts -- Introduction: Why the Stone-Prone Groan -- Straight to the Point -- The Point of No Return -- Point Well Taken -- The Point of the Matter -- What Is the Time for Pain? -- Can Stones Be Pain-Free? -- Other Symptoms Associated with Your Stone -- Conclusion: Got Stone? -- 15: The Incidental Stone: It May Not Be So Insignificant! -- Summary Stone Facts -- Indications to Treat -- Treatment Options -- Small Stones -- Medium Sized Stones: 3 Procedures vs. 1 Scenario -- Staghorn Stones -- Work Up for the Incidental Stone -- Incidental Treatment: Planning Your Procedure from the Office vs. ER -- Incidental Stone Prevention -- Conclusion -- 16: Stone Disease Imaging: There Is More to X-Rays Than What We See! -- Imaging Summary Facts -- Introduction -- Computed Tomography -- Renal Ultrasound -- Intravenous Urography -- KUB -- MRI -- Retrograde Pyelogram -- MAG-3 Renal Scan -- Conclusion -- References -- Part V: Treatment -- 17: Who, What, Where and When to Treat! -- Who Should Be My Urologist? Pick Your Doc to Break Your Rock! -- How to Pick Your Urologist? -- In the Heart of the Matter: Get a Second Opinion -- Seeking a Second Opinion -- What Type of Procedure Will You Have? -- Where Will Your Stone Be Treated? -- When Your Stone Should Be Treated? -- Reference -- 18: Meeting Your Expectations: What to Anticipate Before, During and After Treatment?
  • Preparation for Your Stone Procedure -- Postoperative Instructions -- Conclusion -- 19: Medical Therapy: Mind Your Medicines -- Medical Management Facts -- Hypercalciuria -- Hypocitraturia -- Hyperuricosuria -- Hyperoxaluria -- Hypomagnesiuria -- Cystinuria -- Infection Stones -- Conclusion -- Reference -- 20: The Surgical Procedure: No Doc, No Shock! -- Summary Surgical Facts -- Introduction -- Stone Prevention -- Using Medicine to Pass a Stone -- Considerations Prior to Surgery -- Preparation for Your Procedure -- Surgery Day -- Site and Side Verification -- Anesthesia -- Time Out -- Surgical Procedures: Let's Rock! -- Stones in the Kidney -- Minimally Invasive Procedures -- Stones in the Ureter -- Stones in the Bladder -- Conclusion: Cutting Edge Technology in Stone Therapy Is Not Cutting at All! -- Reference -- 21: Treatment of Complex Stones: Location, Location, Location! -- Simple Stone Facts -- Difficult Stones to Diagnose -- Radiolucent Stones -- Ureteral Stones -- Difficult Stones to Fragment -- Difficult Stones to Access -- Ectopic Kidney -- Ureteropelvic Junction Obstruction -- Horseshoe Kidney -- Renal Calyceal Diverticula -- Difficult Stones to Clear -- Lower Pole Stones -- Steinstrasse -- Stones in Patients with Bladder Augmentation Cystoplasty -- Stones in Patients with Urinary Diversion -- Bladder Stones -- Conclusion -- Suggested Reading -- 22: Ureteral Stents: To Stent or Not to Stent, That Is a Great Question! -- Simple Stent Facts -- What Is a Stent? -- What Are the Advantages of Having a Ureteral Stent? -- What Are the Disadvantages of Having a Ureteral Stent? -- Are There Any Limitations While I Have a Ureteral Stent? -- When Should You Contact Your Urologist? -- How Is a Ureteral Stent Inserted? -- Is There an Alternative to a Ureteral Stent? -- How Is a Stent Removed? -- Conclusion
  • 23: Managing Your Pre-operative and Post-operative Pain
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