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Ultrasound-guided Renal Access for PCNL – Clinical Considerations: Part I

Dr. Chi discusses the use of ultrasound-guided renal access for PCNL in two different case presentations – one patient in prone and another in supine position. For each patient position, Dr. Chi describes identification of important anatomical landmarks for image orientation and his technique for calyx targeting and stone identification. Dr. Chi closes with his method for utilizing ultrasound-guided renal tract dilation.
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