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Anatomy of the collecting system of lower pole of the kidney in patients with a single renal stone: a comparative study with individuals with normal kidneys.
At least 5% of women and 12% of men during their lives will experience renal colic, at least once. Many theories have been suggested for the etiology of renal stones and variations in the anatomy of the collecting system ...
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 ...