The effectiveness of minimally invasive treatment methods for urolithiasis of the ureters

8 February 2024

Maksat REMAZANOV, Мammetberdi CHARYYEV, Bazargeldi CHARYYEV
Multidisciplinary hospital in the city of Arkadag, Department of urulogy and andrology of SMUT named after M.Garryyev, Treatment and consultative center named after S.A. Niyazov

In the structure of urolithiasis, ureterolithiasis accounts for 50% of cases of all stone localizations [1, 3, 5]. Despite the successes achieved in the treatment of nephrolithiasis, the choice of minimally invasive methods for treating stones located in the ureters remains one of the controversial issues.

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