Abdul Rashid Tahir

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BACKGROUND To establish the best treatment modality in our hospitals for patients with proximal-ureteral calculi 5 to 10 mm, we compared the treatment outcome in those who underwent primary ureteroscopy (URS) with that in patients who underwent primary in-situ SWL. The primary endpoints were stone-free rates at 3 weeks and 3 months and the subjective(More)
A woman in her 60s with insulin-dependent type 1 diabetes since childhood was referred as an outpatient for urological assessment because of recurrent lower urinary tract infections and macroscopic haematuria. She had suffered an episode of spasmodic back pain five days before the referral in question was issued, but no back pain since this episode. She had(More)
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