Exciting times: Towards a totally minimally invasive paediatric urology service
Publisher: Association of Surgeons of South Africa
Following on from the first paediatric laparoscopic nephrectomy in 1992, the growth of minimally invasive ablative and reconstructive procedures in paediatric urology has been dramatic. This article reviews the literature related to laparoscopic dismembered pyeloplasty,... View more
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