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Treatment of Urinary Stones in Patients with Spinal Deformities

Kidney stone patients with skeletal deformities typically present with a variety of procedural challenges. Because the anatomy of these patients is atypical, they frequently are assoicated with comorbidities such as hip ankylosis or a shifting kidney as common examples. This can make it challenging for the surgeon to position the patient in the lithotomy position and gain access to the kidney.
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