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The septic kidney

The septic kidney

Zeitschrift für Urologie und Nephrologie 72(11): 829-832

After the definition of the notion of septic kidney with the help of a 10-year-survey cause, therapy and results of our clinical material are analysed. The obstructive urolithiasis is found to be the main cause of the development of septic picture of the disease. The nephrostomy is in suitable cases the operative therapy of choice. The relatively good results of the treatment are to be traced back to a close interdisciplinary cooperation of operative urology, intensive therapy and use of haemodialysis.

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