Dr Samina Mukhtar, Dr Zirwa Noor, Dr Anila Asghar
Objective: The purpose of this research work is to find out the medical factors linked with an anomalous ultrasound in the patients found with supposed kidney stones in the setting of outpatient. Methodology: This research work was a transverse study. This case work carried out in the outpatient department (OPD) of the department of nephrology in Allied / DHQ hospital Faisalabad in a duration of three months from January 2019 to March 2019. The age of the patients of this research work was from 18 to 80 years, who appeared with the unilateral flank and/or severe pain in the costovertebral angle with the addition or no addition of other medical factors suspected of having kidney stones on the basis of examination of the physician. The review of the history of every patient carried out after gathering the information of age of the patient, sex, pain radiation, and start of severity in disease, linked symptoms and previous history of kidney stones. The declaration of the anomalous ultrasound carried out if there was availability of the kidney stones in the documents. Results: A sum of two hundred and nine patients were the part of this research work. Among these patients, 60.30% (n: 126) patients were men &39.70 (n: 83%) were female patients with a previous history of the kidney stones. There was anomalous ultrasound in the case of 52.90% (n: 110) patients. On a regression analysis of multivariate logistic, only previous history of kidney stones found with having association with the anomalous ultrasound. Conclusion: In non-availability of any important clinical forecasters, there is justified use of the ultrasound in the patients with supposed kidney stones particularly in those patients who have past background of kidney stones. Keywords: Kidney Stones, Methodology, Ultrasound, Regression, Multivariate, Analysis, Anomalous.