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Supine Percutaneous Nephrolithotomy In The Galdako-Modified Valdivia Position: A High-Volume Single Center Experience.

CurryDavid, SrinivasanRohit, KucheriaRaj, GoyalAnuj, AllenDarrell, GoodeAntony, YuDominic, AjayiLeye
Published 2017 · Medicine
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Abstract Objective: To describe the technique and outcomes of supine percutaneous nephrolithotomy (PCNL) in the Galdako-modified Valdivia position. Materials and Methods: Prospective data were collected from 303 patients undergoing PCNL in the Galdako-modified Valdivia position at our institution between 2007 and 2015. We report our technique with outcomes of operative times, stone-free rate (SFR), and complications. Results: A total of 202 solitary stones with a mean size of 17.19 ± 5.82 mm, 42 stones in multiple calices, and 57 staghorns were treated. Mean operative time was 79.79 ± 35.72 minutes. A total of 244/303 (80.5%) patients had clearance or <2 mm stone on postoperative CT. Minor complications (Clavien–Dindo Classification [CDC] 1–2) occurred in 59 (19.5%) cases and major complications (CDC ≥3) occurred in 22 (7.3%) cases. Five (1.7%) cases required postoperative blood transfusion for bleeding complications. Conclusion: We demonstrate that PCNL in a high-volume center to be safe and efficacious ...
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