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Table 1 Patient demographics and clinical characteristics

From: The usefulness of flexible cystoscopy for preventing double-J stent malposition after laparoscopic ureterolithotomy

Variable Quantity/Value
Age (years) 55 (21–81)
Sex
 Male 97 (100%)
Height (cm) 165.03 ± 10.29 (141–197)
Weight (kg) 68.15 ± 13.17 (38.7–121)
BMI 24.87 ± 3.07 (17.04–32.89)
Stone level
 Upper ureter (groups divided via L2 level) 97 (100%)
 L2 level or below 16 (16.5%)
 Above L2 level 81 (83.5%)
Stone size (cm) 1.87 ± 0.33 (1.52–2.42)
Degree of hydronephrosis
 Grade 0 1 (1.0%)
 Grade 1 26 (26.8%)
 Grade 2 39 (40.2%)
 Grade 3 17 (17.5%)
 Grade 4 14 (14.4%)
Previous history of the ureteral procedure
 None 65 (67.0%)
 SWL 23 (23.7%)
 URSL 12 (12.4%)
  1. Data are presented as n (%), mean ± SD (range) or median (range)
  2. BMI Body Mass Index, SWL Shock Wave Lithotripsy, URSL Ureteroscopic Lithotripsy