Have COVID-19 Fears Affected Treatment of Kidney Stones?
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As a former collegiate sprinter and lifelong competitive athlete, Russell Perlman has experienced his fair share of pain.
Ruptured Achilles tendon.
Aching joints and pulled muscles galore.
Heck, back in 2013, despite having undiagnosed massive congenital blockages in three of the arteries to his heart — “I just felt a little more tired than usual,” he says — he soldiered on for several months in his nearly daily adult softball league games.
It was only after he acceded to loved ones’ admonitions that he get a full cardiological workup that ...