Edward G. Nilges

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Fragments of renal calculi from patients who had undergone extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy (ESWL) were embedded in an in vitro tissue-equivalent ultrasound (US) phantom to assess (a) the accuracy with which such fragments could be measured; (b) the influence of stone composition, stone depth, and transducer frequency; and (c) the effect of fragment(More)
Edward Nilges is a former software consultant who came from Chicago to Hong Kong in 2005, and has since worked as a teacher. Having been residing in Hong Kong for all these years, Edward fell ill with cancer and its complications. He choose to receive medical treatment in Hong Kong, where both the dominant culture and medical system were foreign to him.(More)
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