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Comparison of the effect of body position, prone or supine, on the result of extracorpreal shock wave lithotripsy in patients with stones in the proximal ureter.
The aim of this study was to determine whether positioning of the patient, prone or supine, plays a significant role on the treatment of stones in the proximal ureter with extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy (ESWL). 68 ...
Double urinary bladder voiding technique post removal of urethral catheter in renal allograft recipients.
To evaluate the effect of urinary bladder double voiding technique on the incidence of urinary tract infection in the transplant patients with double J stents after the removal of the urethral catheters in the post-transplant ...
Instillation of povidone iodine to treat lymphocele and leak of lymph after renal transplantation.
Lymphoceles are common surgical complications of renal transplantation. Recently minimal invasive therapy has been advised. We studied the safety and efficacy of instillation of povidone iodine via transcutaneous catheter ...
New technique for allograft ureteroneocystomy for better transvesical endoscopic handling of allograft urological complications.
We studied a new ureteroneocystostomy technique for the anastomosis of the transplanted ureter and the native bladder that involves the change of the position of the neoureteral orifice during renal graft transplantation ...