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Table 1 Socio-epidemiological, clinical, paraclinical and perioperative characteristics of patients

From: Surgical management of pyelo-ureteral junction syndrome in a resource-limited setting: case of Zinder National Hospital, Niger

Age (year) Sex Clinical signs Creat1 μmol/L) Creat2 (μmol/L) CBUEa Localization Type PCDb OTc Operative procedures DUPDd DRDe Complications LOSf
1 33 M Lumbar pain 160 85 Sterile Right II 110 Pyeloplasty 3 10 Surgical site infection 10
2 46 M Lumbar pain 220 75 Sterile Right III 100 Pyeloplasty 3 5 None 8
3 24 M Renal colic 280 88 Pseudomonas aeruginosa Left III 120 Uncrossing + pyeloplasty 4 6 None 9
4 28 F Lumbar pain 175 105 Sterile Right III 145 Pyeloplasty 4 25 Urinary leakage 11
5 36 M Renal colic 300 90 Klebsiella pneumoniae Bilateral III 165 Right pyeloplasty 6 12 None 10
6 42 M Lumbar pain 120 95 Sterile Right III 110 Pyeloplasty 5 14 Surgical site infection 18
7 30 F Renal colic 210 85 Sterile Left II 100 Uncrossing + pyeloplasty 3 4 None 12
8 38 M Renal colic 150 74 Sterile Right II 90 pyeloplasty 4 5 None 10
9 37 F Lumbar pain 230 98 Proteus mirabillis Bilateral III 120 Right pyeloplasty 3 4 None 6
10 23 F Lumbar pain 90 65 Sterile Right III 120 Pyeloplasty 6 15 Surgical site infection 15
11 35 M Lumbar pain 130 80 Sterile Right II 110 Uncrossing + pyeloplasty 2 3 None 12
12 20 M Renal colic 110 85 Sterile Left II 130 Pyeloplasty 3 5 None 9
  1. aCytobacteriological Urine Exam, bpyelocalyceal dilation, cOperating time in minutes, dDuration of the uretero-pyelic drain (days), eDuration of retroperitoneal drainage (days), fLength of hospital stay. Creat1: serum creatinine level at admission, Creat2: serum creatinine level at 6 months