Urolithiasis: A Medical and Surgical Reference
A complete evaluation of medical, surgical, ureteroscopic, percutaneous and lithotriptic modes of management, with basic science coverage, which offers rationals for choosing the proper treatment approach. The book covers the physiochemistry of stone formation, infection, extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy, chemolysis, ureteroscopy and more.
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Physicochemistry of Stone Formation
Hypercalciuric Calcium Nephrolithiasis
Hyperoxaluric Calcium Nephrolithiasis
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