Retrograde Intrarenal Surgery with Holmium Laser for Treatment of Bilateral Kidney Lithiasis in 1 Surgical Stage, in a Pediatric Patient
Bertuzzi E1, Venturi F1*, Hails E2, Renzi M3, Sanmartino M1 and Buniva C1
1Pediatric Urology Service, Dr Orlando Alassia Hospital, Santa Fe, Santa Fe, Argentina
2Third Year Resident of the Urology Service, Dr. Clemente Álvarez Emergency Hospital, Rosario, Santa Fe, Argentina
3Fourth Year Resident of the Urology Service, José María Cullen Hospital, Santa Fe, Santa Fe
*Corresponding Author: Venturi F, Third Year Resident of the Urology Service, Dr. Clemente Álvarez Emergency Hospital, Rosario, Santa Fe, Argentina.
August 11, 2022; Published: September 29, 2022
We report the case of a 7-year-old female patient with a medical history of B acute lymphoblastic leukemia associated with bilateral kidney stones with recurrent urinary tract infections, in which bilateral laser retrograde intrarenal surgery (RIRS) was performed as complete resolution without new urinary complications.
Keywords: Renal Lithiasis; Holmium Lasers; Pediatrics; Retrograde Intrarenal Surgery
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