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Obstructing 4 cm Proximal Ureteral Stone

Dr. Bechis discusses a percutaneous approach to treating a 52-year-old patient with a large 4 cm obstructed proximal ureteral stone. He highlights the steps and tools used to gain access to the proximal ureter. In addition, Dr. Bechis describes his technique and what to watch for when using a lithotripter, as well as the settings used to complete the case with a high stone-free success rate.
Obstructing 4cm Proximal Ureteral Stone video

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