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Bilateral percutaneous nephrolithotomy for multiple cystine stones in an infant presenting with anuria.Academic Article Why?
Nephrostomy, PercutaneousConcept Why?
Lower-pole caliceal stone clearance after shockwave lithotripsy, percutaneous nephrolithotomy, and flexible ureteroscopy: impact of radiographic spatial anatomy.Academic Article Why?
Navuluri, RakeshPerson 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?
Comparison of single-stick and double-stick techniques for percutaneous nephrostomy.Academic Article Why?
Cutaneous pyeloureteral stent for laparoscopic (robot)-assisted pyeloplasty.Academic Article Why?
Endopyelotomy for high-insertion ureteropelvic junction obstruction.Academic Article Why?
Impact of etiology of secondary ureteropelvic junction obstruction on outcome of endopyelotomy.Academic Article Why?
Long-term outcome of caliceal diverticula following percutaneous endosurgical management.Academic Article Why?
Management of lower-pole caliceal stones.Academic Article Why?
Nephrocalcinosis in Calcium Stone Formers Who Do Not have Systemic Disease.Academic Article Why?
Percutaneous nephrostolithotomy, endopyelotomy and nephropexy in a single session.Academic Article Why?
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