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Published in Urology

Journal Scan / Research · October 19, 2021

Nephrectomy After High-Grade Renal Trauma Is Associated With Higher Mortality



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Nephrectomy After High-Grade Renal Trauma is Associated With Higher Mortality: Results From the Multi-Institutional Genitourinary Trauma Study (MiGUTS)
Urology 2021 Aug 24;[EPub Ahead of Print], SM Heiner, S Keihani, BJ McCormick, E Fang, JC Hagedorn, B Voelzke, AP Nocera, JP Selph, CS Arya, RL Sensenig, ME Rezaee, RA Moses, CM Dodgion, MM Higgins, S Gupta, K Mukherjee, S Majercik, BP Smith, K Glavin, JA Broghammer, I Schwartz, SP Elliott, BN Breyer, CMC Becerra, N Baradaran, E DeSoucy, S Zakaluzny, BA Erickson, BD Miller, RA Santucci, R Askari, MM Carrick, FN Burks, S Norwood, R Nirula, JB Myers

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