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Published in Urology

Journal Scan / Research · February 21, 2021

Stone-Free Status After Surgical Intervention for Kidney Stones Is Not Associated With Better Health-Related Quality of Life

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Is Stone-Free Status After Surgical Intervention for Kidney Stones Associated With Better Health-Related Quality of Life? — A Multicenter Study From the North American Stone Quality of Life Consortium
Urology 2021 Feb 01;148(1)77-82, NM Streeper, M Galida, S Boltz, S Li, SY Nakada, EP Raffin, DR Brown, VM Pais, JYH Chan, KB Scotland, BH Chew, KL Penniston

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