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New method of extraction of calculi enclosed in the lower third of the ureter by continuous traction, by means of Zeiss' looped sound






Revue Medicale de la Suisse Romande 76(5): 311-319

New method of extraction of calculi enclosed in the lower third of the ureter by continuous traction, by means of Zeiss' looped sound



Accession: 049687981

PMID: 13359935



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