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Comparison of single-stick and double-stick techniques for percutaneous nephrostomy.Academic Article Why?
Percutaneous nephrostomy: native and transplanted kidneys.Academic Article Why?
Bilateral percutaneous nephrolithotomy for multiple cystine stones in an infant presenting with anuria.Academic Article Why?
Emergency percutaneous nephrostomy.Academic Article Why?
Emergent percutaneous nephrostomy for the diagnosis and management of pyonephrosis.Academic Article Why?
Percutaneous nephrostomy.Academic Article Why?
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Lower-pole caliceal stone clearance after shockwave lithotripsy, percutaneous nephrolithotomy, and flexible ureteroscopy: impact of radiographic spatial anatomy.Academic Article Why?
Navuluri, RakeshPerson Why?
Do gynecologic oncology patients with severely diminished renal function and urinary tract obstruction benefit from ureteral stenting or percutaneous nephrostomy?Academic Article Why?
A Proposed Grading System to Standardize the Description of Renal Papillary Appearance at the Time of Endoscopy in Patients with Nephrolithiasis.Academic Article Why?
Adult endopyelotomy: impact of etiology and antegrade versus retrograde approach on outcome.Academic Article Why?
Combination therapy in the treatment of patients with staghorn calculi.Academic Article Why?
Cutaneous pyeloureteral stent for laparoscopic (robot)-assisted pyeloplasty.Academic Article Why?
Endopyelotomy for high-insertion ureteropelvic junction obstruction.Academic Article Why?
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