The diagnosis and treatment options for ureteral calculi continue to be refined in conjunction with the development of newer techniques. Clinical signs and symptoms should direct appropriate diagnostic techniques to confirm the diagnosis of ureteral calculi. Appropriate imaging techniques will help in the choice of interventions. A short period of conservative observation will frequently result in spontaneous stone passage. Patient needs, physician preferences, and equipment inventory are all factors needed to individualize treatment.
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