Radiologic imaging plays an important role in the management of patients following ureteroscopic treatment for upper tract lithiasis. There are several imaging modalities available and this chapter will discuss the advantages and disadvantages of each of these modalities, and provide the reader suggestions and guidelines as to which imaging modalities are most appropriate for uncomplicated and complicated ureterscopic stone treatment.
KeywordsUreteral Stone Renal Ultrasound Residual Stone Postoperative Imaging Ureteral Stricture
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