Laparoscopic versus open pyeloplasty: assessment of objective and subjective outcome.

@article{Bauer1999LaparoscopicVO,
  title={Laparoscopic versus open pyeloplasty: assessment of objective and subjective outcome.},
  author={John J. Bauer and Jay T. Bishoff and Robert G Moore and Rongbing Chen and Alan J. Iverson and Louis R. Kavoussi},
  journal={The Journal of urology},
  year={1999},
  volume={162 3 Pt 1},
  pages={692-5}
}
PURPOSE We determine the subjective and objective durability of laparoscopic versus open pyeloplasty. MATERIALS AND METHODS From August 1993 to April 1997, 42 patients underwent laparoscopic pyeloplasty (laparoscopy group) with a minimum clinical followup of 12 months (mean 22). Subjective outcomes and objective findings were compared to those of 35 patients who underwent open pyeloplasty (open surgery group) from August 1986 to April 1997 with a minimum clinical followup of 12 months (mean… CONTINUE READING

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