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Reconstruction Cases: Antegrade and Retrograde URS - Part 1

Part 1: In the first installment of a two-part series on managing patients who have had a reconstruction, Mr. Wiseman talks about a strategy for gaining access in patients when a retrograde approach is unsuccessful. He presents his approach to gaining antegrade access in a 60-year-old male with bilateral upper ureteric stones who previously had a cystoprostatectomy and urethrectomy, as well as a key recommendation around post-operative imaging in these types of patients.

Oliver Wiseman, MB BChir, MA, FRCS (Urol), Consultant Urologist

Cambridge University Hospitals, NHS Trust, United Kingdom

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