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Unexpected complication: renal parenchymal perforation with double-J ureteral stent

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Double-J ureteral stent is commonly used in various endourological procedures. This procedure may cause some complication. We present a case of renal parenchymal perforation due to double-J stent insertion.

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Dündar, M., Çalışkan, T. & Koçak, İ. Unexpected complication: renal parenchymal perforation with double-J ureteral stent. Urol Res 36, 279–281 (2008). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00240-008-0150-8

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