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Intraoperative Pyeloscopy

  • P. Alken
Part of the Handbook of Urology book series (HDB.UROLOGY, volume 17/2)


The problems that are still inherent in intraoperative pyeloscopy are best depicted by the course that the development of the instruments used for this technique took.


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