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Can magnitip double-J stent serve as a substitute for a standard double-J stent?

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Summary of "Can magnitip double-J stent serve as a substitute for a standard double-J stent?"

To evaluate the morbidity of the magnitip double-J stent (DJ), compare its morbidity to the standard stent, and evaluate the possibility of retrieving the magnetic tip of the DJ stent without cystoscopy.

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Name: Turkish journal of urology
ISSN: 2149-3235
Pages: 437-443

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