Novel management of ureteral stent migration with mini-PCNL

Novel management of ureteral stent migration with mini-PCNL 779741 URO Journal of Clinical UrologyMansbridge et al. Core Urology. Case Report Journal of Clinical Urology 1 –3 © British Association of Novel management of ureteral stent Urological Surgeons 2018 Reprints and permissions: migration with mini-PCNL sagepub.co.uk/journalsPermissions.nav https://doi.org/10.1177/2051415818779741 DOI: 10.1177/2051415818779741 journals.sagepub.com/home/uro Margaret M Mansbridge , Vaite LM Tsing, Edward R Latif and Christopher BM Tracey Background Ureteral stent migration is a known complication of stent placement, and management usually involves trialling var- ious endoscopic retrograde and laparoscopic techniques. Presented here is the case of a minimally invasive percuta- neous antegrade approach that should be considered. Multi-length ureteral stents are indicated in many benign and malignant urological pathologies. Complications include stent irritation, encrustation, knot- 1,2 ting, and migration. Predictors of proximal stent migra- tion include low stent-to-ureter length ratio based on ureterovesical-to-ureteropelvic junction measurement, upper calyx placement of the proximal stent curl, and proximal migration may also be related to the degree of 3,4 proximal stent curl, and increased indwelling time. Measurement of actual ureteral length can be estimated by height, body habitus, imaging such as intravenous pyelog- raphy, or directly measured with a guidewire or ureteral catheter. Management options for proximal ureteral stent Figure 1. Distal coil of ureteral http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Clinical Urology SAGE

Novel management of ureteral stent migration with mini-PCNL

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779741 URO Journal of Clinical UrologyMansbridge et al. Core Urology. Case Report Journal of Clinical Urology 1 –3 © British Association of Novel management of ureteral stent Urological Surgeons 2018 Reprints and permissions: migration with mini-PCNL sagepub.co.uk/journalsPermissions.nav https://doi.org/10.1177/2051415818779741 DOI: 10.1177/2051415818779741 journals.sagepub.com/home/uro Margaret M Mansbridge , Vaite LM Tsing, Edward R Latif and Christopher BM Tracey Background Ureteral stent migration is a known complication of stent placement, and management usually involves trialling var- ious endoscopic retrograde and laparoscopic techniques. Presented here is the case of a minimally invasive percuta- neous antegrade approach that should be considered. Multi-length ureteral stents are indicated in many benign and malignant urological pathologies. Complications include stent irritation, encrustation, knot- 1,2 ting, and migration. Predictors of proximal stent migra- tion include low stent-to-ureter length ratio based on ureterovesical-to-ureteropelvic junction measurement, upper calyx placement of the proximal stent curl, and proximal migration may also be related to the degree of 3,4 proximal stent curl, and increased indwelling time. Measurement of actual ureteral length can be estimated by height, body habitus, imaging such as intravenous pyelog- raphy, or directly measured with a guidewire or ureteral catheter. Management options for proximal ureteral stent Figure 1. Distal coil of ureteral

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Published: Jun 1, 2018

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