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Table 1 Previous published studies

From: Hem-o-Lok clip migration into renal pelvis and stone formation as a long-term complication following laparoscopic pyelolithotomy: a case report and literature review

Author Year No. case Age Gender Initial disease Initial procedure Clip types IHD1 (years) Complications Diagnostic means Interventional procedure
Huang 2016 1 71 M RS2 LPL3 HOLC 6 RS; hydro fURS4 PNL5
Camtosun 2015 1 42 F RS LPL HOLC 2 RS; hydro URS URS
Siddharth 2017 1 22 M UPJO6 RPP7 HOLC 6 RS PNL PNL
Dasgupta 2008 1 41 M UPJO LPP8 HOLC Several weeks RS PNL PNL
Ganpule 2020 1 61 F RCC9 LPN10 HOLC 8 RS fURS fURS
Kiremit 2019 1 48 M RM11 RPN12 HOLC 2 US URS URS
Shrivastava 2017 1 69 M AML13 LPN HOLC 3 UTI, calculus URS URS
Bayles 2015 1 63 M RCC OPN14 HOLC 1.5 Clip-strasse URS URS
Lee 2014 1 52 M RCC RPN HOLC 2 US; Hydro fURS fURS
Fiard 2014 1 67 M RCC OPN HOLC 4 months US, hydro URS URS
Park 2013 1 37 F RCC LPN HOLC 2 US, hydro URS URS
Massoud 2011 1 48 F AML OPN APS15 9 Flank pain CT SP16
Miller 2006 1 47 M RM LPN LTC17 6 weeks Pain CT SP
  1. 1Interval of HOLC Discovery
  2. 2Renal stone
  3. 3Laparoscopic pyelolithotomy
  4. 4Flexible ureterorenoscopy
  5. 5Percutaneous nephrolithotomy
  6. 6Ureteropelvic junction obstruction
  7. 7Robot-assisted pyeloplasty
  8. 8Laparoscopic pyeloplasty
  9. 9Renal cell carcinoma
  10. 10Laparoscopic partial nephrectomy
  11. 11Renal mass
  12. 12Robot-assisted partial nephrectomy
  13. 13Angiomyolipoma
  14. 14Open partial nephrectomy
  15. 15Autosuture Premium Surgiclip
  16. 16Spontaneous passage
  17. 17Lapra-Ty clips