Urolithiasis is a multifactorial disease. To obtain knowledge regarding the etiology, pathogenesis, and therapy for urolithiasis, a variety of data has to be recorded and compared. Thus, it is obvious to use electronic data processing in order to establish a urolithiasis record. Since 1984, our Department has had a documentation system to record bladder cancer patients. It is called UROPAD and is described in the following report as is the base of the urolithiasis record (1, 2).
KeywordsItem List Calcium Load Uric Acid Stone Stone Patient Urinary Tract Obstruction
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