Clinical efficacy of the combined therapy of patients having urolithiasis using the Solidagoren
Keywords:urolithiasis, residual Реcalculi of upper urinary tracts
AbstractThe article is dedicated to the problem of treating the patients with urolithiasis. The authors present the results after treatment the patients with residual concrements in the upper urinary tracts after extracorporeal shoch wave lithotripsy (ESWL), surgical extraction of calculi, contact lithotripsy. It was shown that the “Solidagoren” usage during 3 monthеs promotes passage of calculus remnants, normalizes hypercrystalluria, is well tolerated by patients, favours the restoration of functioning of an injured kidney.
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