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Lithotripsietechniken

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Die Möglichkeit, Steine der Harnblase und des oberen Harntrakts effektiv auf endoskopischem Wege, d. h. minimal-invasiv zu behandeln, hat heute die offen-operativen Interventionen zur Steinsanierung bis auf wenige Ausnahmen abgelöst. Harnsteine nahezu jeder Größe und Lokalisation werden entweder retrograd-ureteroskopisch oder perkutan-nephroskopisch erreicht, desintegriert und aus dem Hohlsystem entfernt.

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Olbert, P. (2009). Lithotripsietechniken. In: Hofmann, R. (eds) Endoskopische Urologie. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-01167-2_17

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