Hubungan volume, lokasi, dan kepadatan batu ureter dengan derajat hidronefrosis
Background: Ureteral stones are common cases. Ureteral stones may have different degrees of hydronephrosis. CT stonography is now accepted as the gold standard for detecting the presence of stones in the urinary tract and can evaluate the characteristics of the stone
Objective: This study aims to determine the relationship between volume, location, and density of ureteral stones with the degree of hydronephrosis.
Methods: A total of 98 samples (80 males, 18 females) CT scan images of ureteral stone were analyzed for bivariate and multivariate analysis of volume, location, density based on MSD (Mean Stone Density) and SHI (Stone Heterogeneity Index) of ureteral stones with the degree of hydronephrosis.
Results: There was a statistically significant positive correlation of ureteral stone volume with the degree of hydronephrosis (r= 0.543, p<0.001). While other variables were not significant, the location of ureteral stones (p = 0.341), and density of ureteral stones based on MSD (p= 0.206), SHI (p= 0.934).
Conclusion: From The Characteristics of ureteral stones studied, only volume of ureteral stones has a correlation with the degree of hydronephrosis.
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