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The challenges relating to the effectiveness of augmentation enterocystoplasty for treating ketamine-related bladder contractures

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KL: data collection, animal experiment, manuscript writing; QZ: animal experiment; HL: animal experiment; FH: animal experiment; ZT: project development; ZW: project development, manuscript writing,

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Li, K., Zhu, Q., Li, H. et al. The challenges relating to the effectiveness of augmentation enterocystoplasty for treating ketamine-related bladder contractures. World J Urol (2021).

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