|The ureter is a tubular structure that connects the kidney to the bladder. Stones that develop within the kidney will sometimes migrate down the ureter. Most stones less than 6 mm in size will eventually pass into the bladder. However, larger stones may become lodged within the ureter.
Signs and Symptoms of Urethral Stone
Pain in the lower abdomen, either on the right of left, may be caused by kidney stones or ureteral stones. Fragments that become lodged in the lower half of the ureter produce pain that is usually constant and may spread into the genital region. Simultaneously, there may be low back pain and blood in the urine frequently may occur.
Products and Resources – Rx
General Adult Urology
BPH (Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia) Drugs
- FLOMAX – Tamsulosin
- AVODART – Dutasteride
- JALYN – Dutasteride and Tamsulosin HCI
- RAPAFLO – Silodosin
Minimally Invasive Technologies for Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH)
- CoreTherm – Thermal Therapy for BPH
- GreenLight – Laser Therapy for the Treatment of BPH