Study helps ID candidates for stentless ureteroscopy

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Chicago-A history of urolithiasis, recent/recurrent urinary tractinfections, and the presence of bilateral stones appear to predict an increasedrisk for the development of complications after stentless ureteroscopy,according to the results of a retrospective study from the University ofMichigan, Ann Arbor.

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