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Treating Large or Complex Urolithiasis with Endoscopic Combined IntraRenal Surgery (ECIRS)

In this case study, a 68-year-old patient presented with a BMI of 29. A renal scan demonstrated a left renal function of 39% and a right renal function of 61%. A CT scan demonstrated a complete staghorn stone with multiple cysts in the parenchyma in the left kidney. Dr. Scoffone discusses ECIRS, a different stone removal approach personalized to the patient. He presents the surgical steps in ECIRS with pneumatic and ultrasonic combined lithotripsy.
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