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Published in Urology

Journal Scan / Research · September 09, 2020

Current Management of Extraperitoneal Bladder Injuries

The Journal of Urology

 

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The Journal of Urology
Current Management of Extraperitoneal Bladder Injuries: Results From the Multi-Institutional Genito-Urinary Trauma Study (MiGUTS)
J Urol 2020 Sep 01;204(3)538-544, RE Anderson, S Keihani, RA Moses, AP Nocera, JP Selph, CM Castillejo Becerra, N Baradaran, K Glavin, JA Broghammer, CS Arya, RL Sensenig, ME Rezaee, BJ Morris, S Majercik, T Hewitt, FN Burks, I Schwartz, SP Elliott, X Luo-Owen, K Mukherjee, PB Thomsen, BA Erickson, BD Miller, RA Santucci, L Allen, S Norwood, CN Fick, BP Smith, J Piotrowski, CM Dodgion, ES DeSoucy, S Zakaluzny, DY Kim, BN Breyer, BU Okafor, R Askari, JW Lucas, J Simhan, SS Khabiri, R Nirula, JB Myers

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