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Ann Med Res. 1995; 2(4): 391-395


ESWL: Controversial indications

Dr. Tayfun Gürpınar*, Dr. Semih Özkan*

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ESWL has completely changed the management of urinary stone disease. Experience has shown that this technology is safe,effective but also has limitations in the management of urinary calculi.

Key words: ESWL ,urinary calculi


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