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Investigative Urology and Uro-Science
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Author Reply, Re: Leapman et al.: Up and Away: Five Decades of Urologic Investigation in Microgravity (Urology 2017;106:18-25)..
Urology (2), more mentions
Letter to the Editor Re: Leapman Et Al.: Up and Away: Five Decades of Urologic Investigation in Microgravity..
PloS one
... factors for retrograde ureteral stent failure in patients with non-urological malignant ureteral obstruction.Between 2005 and 2014, medical records of ... clinicopathological parameters and first retrograde pyelographic findings were analyzed to investigate the predictive factors for retrograde ureteral stent failure and conversion ... ineffective retrograde ureteral stent trials in patients with advanced non-urological malignant ureteral obstruction.
Ureteral Obstruction (5), Pathologic Constriction (1), Azotemia (1), more mentions
BMJ open
... partial nephrectomy and nephrectomy with venous thrombectomy is however not yet clear and could be secondary to the low number of studies included and the small patient number in our analyses. Further investigation is warranted to establish the full potential of nephrectomy centralisation particularly as existing evidence is of low quality with significant heterogeneity Keyword: hospital volume... Keyword: urological tumours.
Surgical endoscopy
We performed a retrospective cohort study investigating factors associated with the adoption of robotic assistance across the United States from 2008 to 2013 AbstractText: Using the Nationwide Inpatient Sample ... The three specialties with the highest proportion of robotic-assisted laparoscopic procedures were urology (34.1%), gynecology (11.0%), and endocrine surgery (9.4.
Urology (1), more mentions