Dr. Shahnawaz, Dr. Mahmood Ahmed, Dr. Babar Baig, Dr. Bilal Suria, Dr. Muhammad Shahid Bhatti, Dr. Feroze Mahar
Objective: We aim to study the effect of using ureteroscopy without fluoroscopy in children with ureteric and renal stones. Study Design: Experimental study Place and Duration of Study: Sindh Government Lyari General Hospital, Karachi from January 2015 till Dec 2018 Methodology: This study was carried out on every patients diagnosed with renal and ureteral stones in department of Urology. We included all patients with stone size less than 2 cm. Ureteroscopy was performed without fluoroscopy .We obtained the demographics, clinical history and stone size details from the medical record database. However post-operative results and complication details were collected with follow-up and information was analyzed using SPSS Version 20. Results In our data calculi was found in 44 Male (59% of total Patients) and 30 Females ( 41% of total patients) where the Mean age and standard deviation was 15.29 ± 6.86.Resulting Complications without fluoroscopy were 12%.Overall 93% Patients were stone free while CIRF was 7% without fluoroscopic operation. Conclusion This confirms that the exposure from radiation has harmful effects and that even without the use of fluoroscopy, ureteroscopy can be performed successfully and stones can be removed. Key words: Ureteroscopy, without fluoroscopy, ureteral and renal stones.