Role of endoscopic surgery in management of renal and ureteric calculi: a review

Miller, R. A.
December 1985
Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine;Dec1985, Vol. 78 Issue 12, p1034
Academic Journal
The article discusses the technical revolution regarding the treatment of urinary calculi that has necessitated the pooling of available resources and expertise in Great Britain. It was stated that a there is an urgent need for urological units to be equipped and become experts in upper tract endoscopy. It was expected that the National Health Service will be installing enough lithotropters throughout the country so that patients can be managed properly.


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