S. Jamil-ur- Rahman, Gul Mohammad, Aurang zeb


Two hundred and fifty patients with Urinary Tract Calculi, who were operated upon were
studied in the period between 1986 to 1989. The maximum patients presented between thirty-one
and forty years of age. Male to female ratio was 4.6-8.1. One hundred and twelve patients had Renal
and sixty patients had Ureteric Stones. Seventy-eight patients had stone in the bladder and Urethra.
the commonest symptom was pain, haematuria alone was present in twelve patients and pyuria
alone in six patients. Urinary tract infection was present in one hundred and eighty patients. The
overall mortality rale was 1.6%. Only one patient had recurrence. Majority of the stones were
calcium oxalate or calcium phosphate.

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