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Endoscopy-guided Percutaneous Nephrostolithotomy: Benefits Of Ureteroscopic Access And Therapy.

Petros G Sountoulides, Oskar Grau Kaufmann, Michael K. Louie, Shawn M. Beck, Nickul S. Jain, Adam G. Kaplan, Elspeth M. McDougall, Ralph V. Clayman
Published 2009 · Medicine
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