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Treating Staghorn Stones Ureteroscopically

Dr. Sur discusses the procedural challenges of removing a complete staghorn renal calculus from a middle-aged morbidly obese man. He describes the patient’s complications during a PCNL, why the procedure was abandoned, and how multiple ureteroscopy (URS) procedures using a dusting technique led to a successful outcome. Dr. Sur also highlights the importance of patient communication and establishing realistic expectations early.
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