|Discussion in 'All Categories' started by vertika - Oct 7th, 2012 2:32 am.|
|one month ago kidney stone of size 11 mm has been diagnosed in my left kidney. I am taking homeopathy treatment so kindly let me through the laparoscopy /laser treatment, can I get full fledged relief from this, because I am married and plan for the baby. so let me know that after the treatment, is there any discrepant look out in normal case.|
re: kidney stone by Dr J S Chowhan - Oct 13th, 2012 3:16 pm
Dr J S Chowhan
In your case ESWL is the good option. Since the advent of Extracorporeal Shock Wave Lithotripsy, it has redefined the term minimally invasive treatment for stones. More accurately, this is a non-invasive procedure where energy in the form of shock waves is channelled to the stone externally, causing the stone to break up. The uniqueness of this device is its exploitation of shock waves focus. Relatively weak non-intrusive waves are generated externally and transmitted through the body and built to sufficient strength only at the site of target to break a stone. Once the stone is fragmented, they will pass out spontaneously through the normal passage in the urine.
EWSL is suitable for most stones in the urinary system from the kidneys, ureters to the bladder. It is carried out as a day surgery procedure and the patient can expect to return to work the following day. The procedure takes less than an hour and no anaesthesia is required. The success rate for this treatment ranges from 60% to 90% for a single procedure, depending on the location of the stone.
Occasionally, an additional procedure may be required for larger stones. Due to the non-invasiveness of this procedure, complications are rare but may include urinary tract infection, blood in the urine, abdominal pain due to stone fragments and kidney haematoma.
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