Rao, Nagaraja P.

Urinary Tract Stone Disease

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Table of contents

1. Epidemiology
Gary C. Curham

2. Genetics and Molecular Biology of Renal Stones
Giovanni Gambaro, Laura Soldati, Giuseppe Vezzoli

3. Physicochemical Aspects of Uro-crystallization and Stone Formation
John P. Kavanagh

4. The Possible Roles of Inhibitors, Promoters, and Macromolecules in the Formation of Calcium Kidney Stones
Rosemary Lyons Ryall

5. Renal Cellular Dysfunction/Damage and the Formation of Kidney Stones
Saeed R. Khan

6. Interaction of Stone Components with Cells and Tissues
Jack G. Kleinman

7. Randall’s Plaques
Michel Daudon, Olivier Traxer, James C. Williams, Dominique C. Bazin

8. Dietary Factors
Roswitha Siener

9. Obesity, Metabolic Syndrome, and Stones
Bernhard Hess

10. Stone Disease in Animals
Doreen M. Houston, Andrew Moore, Denise A. Elliott, Vincent C. Biourge

11. Pathogenesis of Stones: Summary of Current Concepts
Allen Rodgers

12. Calcium Metabolism and Hypercalciuria
George E. Haleblian, Glenn M. Preminger

13. Vitamin D Metabolism and Stones
Joseph E. Zerwekh

14. Urinary Citrate and Citrate Metabolism
Bernhard Hess

15. Uric Acid Metabolism and Uric Acid Stones
Khashayar Sakhaee

16. Oxalate Metabolism and the Primary Hyperoxalurias
Christopher J. Danpure

17. Cystinuria and Cystine Stones
Patrick Krombach, Gunnar Wendt-Nordahl, Thomas Knoll

18. Urinary Infection and Struvite Stones
Sean P. Stroup, Brian K. Auge

19. Drug-Induced Renal Stones
Michel Daudon, Paul Jungers

20. Endemic Bladder Stones
Narmada P. Gupta, Anup Kumar

21. Economic Implications of Medical and Surgical Management
Walter Ludwig Strohmaier

22. What Are Shock Waves?
Achim M. Loske

23. Extracorporeal Shock Wave Lithotriptors
Kai Uwe Köhrmann, Jens Rassweiler

24. Biological Effects Produced by High-Energy Shock Waves
Yifei Xing, Eric C. Pua, W. Neal Simmons, F. Hadley Cocks, Michael Ferrandino, Glenn M. Preminger, Pei Zhong

25. Intracorporeal Nonlaser Lithotripsy
Jorge Gutierrez-Aceves, Oscar Negrete-Pulido, Marnes Molina-Torres

26. Laser Lithotripsy Physics
Andrew J. Marks, Jinze Qiu, Thomas E. Milner, Kin Foong Chan, Joel M. H. Teichman

27. Alternative Laser Energy Sources: Clinical Implications
Andreas J. Gross, Thorsten Bach

28. Imaging for Stones
Alison J. Bradley, P. Nagaraja Rao

29. Urinary Stone Analysis
Gernot Schubert

30. Risk Indices
Norbert Laube, Lisa Kleinen

31. Blood and Urinary Tests in Stone Formers
Michelle Jo Semins, Brian R. Matlaga

32. Crystallization and Other Studies
Dirk J. Kok

33. Experimental Models for Investigation of Stone Disease
Kemal Sarica

34. Clinical Trials in Stone Disease
Loris Borghi, Umberto Maggiore, Antonio Nouvenne, Tiziana Meschi

35. Epidemiology of Pediatric Urolithiasis
José Manuel Reis-Santos, Alberto Trinchieri

36. Metabolic Stone Disease in Children
Kemal Sarica, Mustafa Berber

37. The Role of Minimally Invasive Techniques
Ben Thomas, David Tolley

38. Indications for Surgical Removal, Including Asymptomatic Stones
J. Graham Young, Francis X. Keeley

39. Renal Stones
Tamer El-Husseiny, Athanasios Papatsoris, Junaid Masood, Noor N. P. Buchholz

40. Extracorporeal Shock Wave Lithotripsy for Ureteral Stones
Jay D. Raman, Margaret S. Pearle

41. Percutaneous Nephrolithotomy
Mahesh Desai, Stephanie J. Symons

42. Ureteroscopy for Ureteric Stones
Amy E. Krambeck, James E. Lingeman

43. Indications for and Technique of Retrograde Intrarenal Surgery for Renal Stones
Gregory S. Rosenblatt, Gerhard J. Fuchs

44. Urolithiasis in Pregnancy
Chandra Shekhar Biyani, Mary Garthwaite, Adrian D. Joyce

45. Surgical Management of Urolithiasis in Transplanted Kidneys
Yehoshua Gdor, J. Stuart Wolf

46. Stents and Stenting
Reem Al-Bareeq, John D. Denstedt

47. Flexible Ureterorenoscopy: Tips and Tricks
Olivier Traxer

48. Training Implications for Stone Management
Aldrin Joseph R. Gamboa, Elspeth M. McDougall

49. Open Surgery to Remove Stones: When and How?
Gunnar Wendt-Nordahl, Thomas Knoll, Peter Alken

50. Autotransplantation and Ureteric Replacement: In Whom and How?
Jack M. Zuckerman, Dean G. Assimos

51. Liver and Renal Transplantation in Primary Hyperoxaluria
Katharine V. Jamieson, Katharine A. Jamieson

52. Chemolytic Treatment of Patients with Urinary Tract Stones
Hans-Göran Tiselius

53. Establishment and Management of a Stone Clinic
William G. Robertson

54. Medical Expulsive Therapy
Kim Davenport, Francis X. Keeley

55. Metabolic Investigations: When and in Whom
David S. Goldfarb

56. Medical Management of Idiopathic Calcium Stone Disease
Samuel P. Sterrett, Stephen Y. Nakada

57. Medical Management: Uric Acid and Cystine Stones
Khashayar Sakhaee

58. Medical Management of Struvite Stones
Tarık Esen, Tayfun Oktar

59. Dietary Assessment and Advice
Roswitha Siener, Albrecht Hesse

60. Stone Management in the Presence of Morbid Obesity
Aaron Potretzke, Manoj Monga

Keywords: Medicine & Public Health, Urology/Andrology, Nephrology

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