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Urolithiasis pp 293-296 | Cite as

Treatment of Urethral Stones

  • H.-J. Schneider
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Part of the Handbook of Urology book series (HDB.UROLOGY, volume 17/2)

Abstract

The Urethra is probably the rarest site for urinary stone formation (SCHREYER 1974). Among a series of 50,000 stones only 0.9% and 0.4% were from the Urethra of men or women respectively (Table 1).

Keywords

Transitional Cell Carcinoma Prostatic Urethra Urethral Diverticulum Spontaneous Passage Bladder Calculus 
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