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Hawkins-Hunter Retrograde Transcutaneous Nephrostomy: A New Technique.

Patrick T. Hunter, Irvin F. Jr. Hawkins, Birdwell Finlayson, Giuseppe Nanni, David Senior
Published 1983 · Medicine
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Retrograde nephrostomy, a new technique to aid in stone management, has been performed successfully in dogs. It has also been used without complication in a human patient to help remove a renal stone percutaneously under local anesthesia. The technique consists of placing a coaxial catheter over a guidewire under fluoroscopy into the exact calyx desired and advancing a long needle out to the skin to establish a transcutaneous tract. The advantages of the technique include increased control and precision of tract placement, efficient working angles for percutaneous stone removal, and the ability to perform the procedure under local anesthesia.



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