Document Type : Research Article
Background: Urolithiasis is one of the commonest diseases occurring in humans. There are various modes of management of urolithiasis. The study was conducted to assess various modes of management of ureteric stones and its outcomes.
Methods: This study includes 150 diagnosed patients of ureteric calculi based on inclusion criteria. Clinical manifestation of these patients was studied. Patients with ureteric calculi were treated medically and surgically both open and endourological procedures (ureteroscopy). Statistical analysis was done on Microsoft Excel sheet version 21.
Results: The mean age of presentation was 34.25 15.16 years. Majority of patients were male. The main symptom was radiating pain. The mean stone size was 8.29 6.15mm. Majority of patients were managed with ureteroscopy only. Complications were minimal and were manged conservatively.
Conclusion: Ureteric stones can be managed with endourological procedures and conservative management. Rarely it requires open surgical procedures these days.