At first, cystoscopy is finished. This includes a section of a slim, lit, telescope through your urine passage, to see within the urethra and the bladder. At that point, a fine (ureteric) catheter is passed by the side of the stone into the kidney. This is utilized to infuse differentiation to imagine the subtleties of the kidney during the PCNL.
Contingent upon the stone, renal life structures, and patient portrays, your Specialist may choose to do supine or inclined PCNL. In supine PCNL, you will lie on the back with little tilt to the opposite side, though in inclined PCNL you will lie on the stomach. In both the strategies, a 1 cm cut is made in the back, over the locale of the kidney. Through this little cut, a track is made into the kidney to arrive at the stone. The whole cycle is guided by x-beam pictures.
Regardless of whether it will be one single entry point or multiple, relies on the number of stones, their position, and the life systems of the kidney itself. When a track is set up, an endoscope is passed into this track, and into the kidney to envision the stone and eliminate it. Stones are broken by various techniques. On the off chance that the track is exceptionally little, stones are broken by laser.
When the technique is finished, a tube is left through this tract, as waste, for a couple of days.