Therapeutic and diagnostic ureterorenoscopy. Analysis of the procedure and results

A. Gelabert Mas, O. Arango Toro, C. Lladó, J. Vesa Llanes, O. Bielsa Gali

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The present study reports our experience with URS. With this procedure, we have achieved results similar to those reported in the literature. Of a total of 97 URS procedures, 12 cases (17.5%) presented minor complications which resolved with conservative treatment. One patient presented ureteral perforation, a major complication that warranted open surgery. No renal unit was lost. The procedure permitted accurate diagnosis in all of the cases with a doubtful ureteric pathology. The foregoing demonstrates its high sensitivity and specificity.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)453-455
JournalArchivos españoles de urología
Issue number4
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 1991


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