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Management of Large Proximal Ureteral Stones

Dr. Keng-Siang Png describes his approach to treating large, greater than 2 cm, proximal ureteral stones. He discusses the importance of patient individualization to determine when to utilize PCNL, ureteroscopy or ureterolithotomy using a laparoscopic technique. He presents one patient case with an impacted 3 cm upper ureteral stone, with additional large lower pole stones, where he elected to perform a ureterolithotomy.View now
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