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The Kidney Stent Facts: A stent is ordered by your doctor to facilitate the passage of your urine flow. The cause for the obstruction will vary from one patient to another. Some may be due to several kidney stones; some are caused by tumors, blood clots and other forms of infection. A kidney stent is a thin, hollow and flexible tube that is ...

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A stent is a small hollow tube that is placed into the ureter. It’s flexible and approximately 10 inches in length. When placed in the ureter, the top portion of the stent has a small curl that sits in the kidney and the opposite ends curls in the bladder. Stents may have a string on the end that is visible outside the body.

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Living with a Kidney Stent. In the majority of patients, kidney stents are required for only a short period of time. This could typically range from a few weeks to a few months. When the underlying problem is not a kidney stone, the stent can stay in for several months. While side effects are usually mild, a stent can sometimes be uncomfortable.

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A ureteral stent is a hollow tube made of flexible plastic that may be placed in your ureter to help the healing process after kidney stone surgery and reduce the risk of complications. The Procedure At the end of your surgery, your doctor places a stent in your ureter using a scope or X-ray.

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Urology - Kidney Stone Centre Treatment options Shockwave Lithotripsy: Stent or No Stent. A stent is a thin tube that can be placed with one end curled in the kidney and the other end curled in the bladder. It ensures that the kidney does not become blocked by a kidney stone.

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Hello. I posted a few weeks ago about my problems with kidney stones and my upcoming Shockwave Lithotripsy. The procedure is taking place in 2 days, and I've got some concerns about whether a stent will need to be put in place.

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Is A Stent Necessary After Kidney Stone Removal 2019. December 3, 2018 by Kenneth. One of the most common things that may happen to ureteral stents is encrustation, in which calcifications form around the placed stent. This phenomenon occurs to a minor degree in many patients and is usually of little consequence.

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Stents are placed during surgery by sliding them over a soft “guidewire” which is placed up the ureter, which is the tube draining the kidney. See a video below of a stent being placed. How is a stent removed? Stents can be removed in two different ways. Sometimes, a string is left attached to the end of the stent.

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Stents in your kidney stink! I had a stent put in during emergency surgery on my left kidney in 1998. My kidney was literally shutting down, and if you think a kidney stone being stuck hurts, well, let me tell you, being in kidney failure is so much worse, you literally will pray to die to make the pain stop.

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After kidney stone removal, a soft and thin tube-like stent with J-shaped endings is placed extending from the kidney to your urinary bladder.The possible reasons behind discomfort and pain after kidney stone removal and stent placement are discussed here such as stent displacement, irritation and infection of bladder,...