Videos and Illustrations

Videos of stone procedures

Video of flexible ureteroscopy and holmium laser lithotripsy in a patient with multiple large uric acid stones.

 

Video of percutaneous nephrolithotripsy procedure.


Video of percutaneous nephrolithotripsy procedure of a soft matrix stone. This type of stone is rare and primarily composed of  soft tissue elements. It is usually associated with infection.


Video of a ureteral stent being placed.


Video of a ureteral stent removal.

 

Video of bladder stones.

 

Illustrations

Diagram of urology anatomy

Diagram of urology anatomy

Diagram of a ureteral stent in position.

Diagram of a ureteral stent in position.

Diagram of stent with string attached

Diagram of ESWL

Diagram of PCNL procedure

Diagram of a ureteroscope

Diagram of laser lithotripsy

4 Responses to Videos and Illustrations

  1. Dr. Amir says:

    Very good article and very informative site.
    I my self deal with urinary stones for the last 20 years because I’m surgeon.

  2. Denie says:

    Had an emergency procedure on Thursday (now Sunday, at home) Bilateral stones turned out to be the cause of eight or so weeks of continuous pain,treated as infection initially. They managed to remove the right stone and have left a stent in place prior to lithotripsy in 4 to 6 weeks for the left side.
    This site is really helpful and clear to me, as someone who’s had a lot of health issues,including a sub-arachnoid haemorrhage just a year ago,and who studied for a science degree to understand my own problems. Thank you for keeping it available. Thanks also to the health professionals who continue to make people’s lives better, yourselves included.

  3. Sunday says:

    Thank You so much for this great website! I am a stone making . I make to many stones.I also have bone issues thank you again !

    • Mark says:

      I too have a bone issue. I found out that I have sarcoidosis. Its a disease that produces to much of t cells and creates calcium. The calcium will get in the blood sream and go to my kidney to form stones. Matbe this is something you have also.

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