Protean and intangible manifestation of renal stones in children.
Surgery; Paediatric Surgery
In the last decade, renal stones are being diagnosed more frequently in children across the globe. Children with renal stone often present with non-specific and subtle symptoms. Diagnosis of urolithiasis in children therefore requires a high index of suspicion especially for those living in endemic regions and with a positive family history. Additionally, management requires judicious use of radiological imaging by treating physicians.
Int J Surg
(2016). Protean and intangible manifestation of renal stones in children.. Int J Surg, 36(12), 647-648.
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