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Sources of fibrinogen for coagulum pyelolithotomy, without thrombin. A comparative studyKALASH, S. S; CAMPBELL, E. W. JR; YOUNG, J. D. JR et al.Urology (Ridgewood, NJ). 1983, Vol 22, Num 5, pp 486-492, issn 0090-4295Article

Further simplification of cryoprecipitate coagulum pyelolithotomy without thrombinKALASH, S. S; CAMPBELL, E. W. JR; YOUNG, J. D. JR et al.Urology (Ridgewood, NJ). 1983, Vol 22, Num 5, pp 483-485, issn 0090-4295Article

The Treatment of Isolated Left-Sided HepatolithiasisCHEN, Chien-Hua; HUANG, Min-Ho; YANG, Jee-Chun et al.Hepato-gastroenterology. 2008, Vol 55, Num 82-83, pp 600-604, issn 0172-6390, 5 p.Article

Expansion of inadequate volume of coagulum for pyelolithotomy: an experimental and clinical studyKALASH, S. S; YOUNG, J. D; CAMPBELL, JR. E. W et al.The Journal of urology. 1985, Vol 134, Num 5, pp 874-875, issn 0022-5347Article

La lithotomie : un des chapitres les plus macabres de l'histoire de la chirurgie = Lithotomy:one of the most killing chapter of historyDE MOERLOOSE, J.Médecine et hygiène. 1994, Vol 52, Num 2028, pp 1297-1306, issn 0025-6749, 7 p.Article

La néphrolithotomie per-cutanée: analyse de 40 premiers cas = Percutaneous nephrolithotomy. Study of 40 casesLE DUC, A; CARIOU, G; JEANEAU, P. L et al.Chirurgie (Paris). 1984, Vol 110, Num 2, pp 133-138, issn 0001-4001Article

Percutaneous nephrolithotomy: a report of 150 casesWHITFIELD, H. N; MILLS, V. A.British journal of urology (Print). 1985, Vol 57, Num 6, pp 603-604, issn 0007-1331Article

Extravesical transmural ureterolithotomyROSEMBERG, S. K.Urology (Ridgewood, NJ). 1984, Vol 23, Num 4, pp 336-339, issn 0090-4295Article

Encrustation and stone formation: complication of indwelling ureteral stentsSCHULZE, K. A; WETTLAUFER, J. N; OLDANI, G et al.Urology (Ridgewood, NJ). 1985, Vol 25, Num 6, pp 616-619, issn 0090-4295Article

Percutaneous nephrolithotomySERVADIO, C; WINKLER, H; NEUMAN, M et al.Israel journal of medical sciences. 1986, Vol 22, Num 7-8, pp 541-546, issn 0021-2180Article

PLACEMENT OF NEPHROSTOMY TUBE INTO NONDILATED SYSTEMCHEEMA P; PRANIKOFF K.1982; UROLOGY (RIDGEWOOD); ISSN 0090-4295; USA; DA. 1982; VOL. 19; NO 3; PP. 312-313Article

Gallstone recurrence after cholecystolithotomyGIBNEY, R. G; CHOW, K; SO, C. B et al.American journal of roentgenology (1976). 1989, Vol 153, Num 2, pp 287-289, issn 0361-803X, 3 p.Article

LA PYELOLITHOTOMIE: TECHNIQUE DU COAGULUMSAVATOVSKY I.1982; NOUV. PRESSE MED.; ISSN 0301-1518; FRA; DA. 1982; VOL. 11; NO 42; PP. 3134Article

PYELONEPHROLITHOTOMY FOR REMOVAL OF CALCULI FROM THE INFERIOR RENAL POLERESNICK MI.1981; UROL. CLIN. NORTH AM.; ISSN 0094-0143; USA; DA. 1981; VOL. 8; NO 3; PP. 585-590; BIBL. 3 REF.Article

Choledochoscopic electrohydraulic lithotripsy and lithotomy for stones in the common bile duct, intrahepatic ducts, and gallbladderYOSHIMOTO, H; IKEDA, S; TANAKA, M et al.Annals of surgery. 1989, Vol 210, Num 5, pp 576-582, issn 0003-4932, 7 p.Article

Nephrolithotony: percutaneous removal of renal calculiCLAYMAN, R. V; CASTANEDA-ZUNIGA, W.Urologic radiology. 1984, Vol 6, Num 2, pp 95-112, issn 0171-1091Article

Use of fluorescein to demonstrate avascular plane in anatrophic nephrolithotomyMENON, M.Urology (Ridgewood, NJ). 1984, Vol 23, Num 2, issn 0090-4295, 183Article

PERCUTANEOUS NEPHROLITHOTOMYWICKHAM JEA; KELLET MJ.1981; BR. MED. J.; ISSN 0007-1447; GBR; DA. 1981; VOL. 283; NO 6306; PP. 1571-1572; BIBL. 1 REF.Article

Diagnostic Utility and Clinical Value of Postpercutaneous Nephrolithotomy NephrostogramANDONIAN, Sero; OKHUNOV, Zhamshid; SHAPIRO, Edan Y et al.Journal of endourology. 2010, Vol 24, Num 9, pp 1427-1430, issn 0892-7790, 4 p.Article

Treatment Outcomes After Endopyelotomy Performed with or without Simultaneous Nephrolithotomy: 10-Year ExperienceBERKMAN, Douglas S; LANDMAN, Jaime; GUPTA, Mantu et al.Journal of endourology. 2009, Vol 23, Num 9, pp 1409-1413, issn 0892-7790, 5 p.Conference Paper

Use of stone cone minimizes stone migration during percutaneous nephrolithotomyPATRICK SPRINGHART, W; YEH HONG TAN; ALBALA, David M et al.Urology (Ridgewood, NJ). 2006, Vol 67, Num 5, pp 1066-1068, issn 0090-4295, 3 p.Article

Percutaneous nephrolithotomy through an intercostal approachNARASIMHAM, D. L; JACOBSSON, B; VIJAYAN, P et al.Acta radiologica (1987). 1991, Vol 32, Num 2, pp 162-165, issn 0284-1851Article

Doppler sonography and B-mode ultrasound scanning in renal stone surgeryALKEN, P; THUROFF, J; RIEDMILLER, H et al.Urology (Ridgewood, NJ). 1984, Vol 23, Num 5, pp 455-460, issn 0090-4295Article

FLUORESCEIN DELINEATION OF THE RENAL AVASCULAR PLANE: A CASE REPORTSONNELAND AM III; LICKLIDER GM.1982; J. UROL.; ISSN 0022-5347; USA; DA. 1982; VOL. 128; NO 3; PP. 566; BIBL. 6 REF.Article

RESULTS OF SURGICAL AND CONSERVATIVE THERAPY ON PATIENTS WITH NEPHROLITHIASIS AND CHRONIC RENAL INSUFFICIENCYMEBEL M; BRIEN G; BICK C et al.1982; EUR. UROL.; ISSN 0302-2838; CHE; DA. 1982; VOL. 8; NO 3; PP. 150-154; BIBL. 18 REF.Article

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