Female urethral diverticulectomy: Practical considerations

Miller, Jane L.; Lange, Paul H.
February 2003
Contemporary Urology;Feb2003, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p53
Academic Journal
Discusses perioperative considerations for the excision of female urethral diverticula. List of surgical procedures that have been described for the treatment of female urethral diverticula; Associated conditions that should be identified preoperatively for the improvement of surgical outcomes; Technical suggestions when performing the procedure.


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