Nephrolithiasis, also known as kidney stones or renal calculi, is the most common condition affecting the urinary system. Kidney stones are not stones but rather crystal products formed in the kidneys. Ideally, these concretions leave the body painlessly via the urethra, but larger stones are painful and may need surgical intervention. Understanding the etiology of the various types of kidney stones, as well as the criteria for surgical intervention, helps stratify severity and guide management.
Excellent content. Concepts are precise, accurate and presented in a fun, enjoyable manner.
Good presentation and good pronunciation for being foreign. Thanks for the difference between urea and uric acid.
Ugly way of explaining. Weird pronounciation. Not so clear explanation.
I would definitely recommend this course. Very concise yet informative - Dr. Raj provides you with all the pertinent information.