Management Of Urolithiasis In Living Kidney DonorsAuthor(s): Lilia Benfatma
Introduction: Calcium lithiasis is the most frequently diagnosed renal lithiasis and is associated with a high percentage of patients with metabolic disorders, such as hypercalciuria, hypocitraturia, and hyperoxaluria. Presence of Oxalate-calcium stone in living kidney donor before transplantation may be should make them unselected for kidney donation in some cases
Methods: We conducted this retrospective study to analyze our experience in management of urolithiasis or hyperoxaluria in living kidney donors.
Results: This report is about 3 females aged 49, 43 and 38 years old. All are proposed for kidney donation to their sister. All are not obese, without any medical history and without any pathological symptom such as nephretic colic. We noted no urinary lithiasis on radiographs. We performed a 24-hours urine test, and examined PH, calcium and oxalate