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)
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