Minimally Invasive Management of Calculi in Augmented/Neuropathic Bladders
Calculi in the augmented bladder is a well-reported and troublesome complication of augmentation cystoplasty and neurogenic bladders. Its incidence has been quoted as low as 8%1 and as high as 52%.2 Within either limit, it is safe to say bladder stone management is a common component of the practicing pediatric urologist.
KeywordsNeurogenic Bladder Holmium Laser Stone Fragment Augmented Bladder Stone Burden
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