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Body Mass Index Predicts Outcome Of Ureteroscopy-Assisted Retrograde Nephrostomy For Percutaneous Nephrolithotomy

B WynbergJason, J PaikLynn, D OdomBrian, KrugerMichael, S AtallaChristopher
Published 2014 · Medicine
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Abstract Introduction: Several clinical series of retrograde nephrostomy for percutaneous nephrolithotomy (PCNL) have been published over the past 30 years demonstrating good outcomes and safety. We previously reported our adaptation of the Lawson technique, wherein we deploy the puncture wire through a flexible ureteroscope. We herein aim to clarify the performance characteristics of this nephrostomy creation technique. Materials and Methods: Institutional Review Board approval and informed consent were obtained. A ureteroscopy-assisted retrograde nephrostomy (UARN) procedure was performed as described previously. Data were collected prospectively. Multiple patient and operative factors were evaluated for association with UARN success and nephrostomy creation time: body mass index (BMI), skin-to-stone distance, Guy's score, Clinical Research of the Endourological Society nephrolithometric score, hydronephrosis, stone burden, location of nephrostomy, exit from a stone-bearing calix, and use of holmium las...
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