Expert discusses what is on the horizon for stone disease in coming years

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“As people think about how we can do stone surgery more effectively, less morbidly for our patients, and less invasively, I think we're going to see robots enter our picture,” says Thomas Chi, MD.

In this interview, Thomas Chi, MD, predicts what might be on the horizon for stone disease in the coming years, and he discusses some of his own research interests within the field. Chi is a professor and associate chair at the University of California, San Francisco.

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