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Laser Treatment of Benign Conditions of the Urinary Tract

  • T. A. McNicholas
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Abstract

The treatment of urethral strictures remains a challenge to the urologist. Whilst great advances in the instrumentation now allow endoscopic treatment for most simple strictures, there is still room for improvement and new methods of dealing with the strictured urethra will always be eagerly explored.

Keywords

Human Papilloma Virus Laser Treatment Laser Welding Patency Rate Benign Condition 
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