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Prevention of lithotripsy-induced renal injury by application of low-energy shock waves prior to application of high-energy shock waves



Prevention of lithotripsy-induced renal injury by application of low-energy shock waves prior to application of high-energy shock waves



Journal of the American Society of Nephrology 14(Abstracts Issue): 699A




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