768 - Percutaneous Management of Ureteral Strictures in Patients with Renal Transplant: An Institutional Experience and Pictorial Review
SIR ePoster library. Siesener N. 03/28/20; 290006; 768
Nathan Siesener
Nathan Siesener
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Poster Title: Percutaneous Management of Ureteral Strictures in Patients with Renal Transplant: An Institutional Experience and Pictorial Review

Poster number: 768

Category: Non-Vascular Interventions: Genitourinary

Authors: N Siesener1, J Cronan1, N Kokabi1, G Peters1

Keywords: 0768, Nathan Siesener Percutaneous Management of Ureteral Strictures in Patients with Renal Transplant: An Institutional Experience and Pictorial Review Percutaneous Management of Ureteral Stricture
Poster Title: Percutaneous Management of Ureteral Strictures in Patients with Renal Transplant: An Institutional Experience and Pictorial Review

Poster number: 768

Category: Non-Vascular Interventions: Genitourinary

Authors: N Siesener1, J Cronan1, N Kokabi1, G Peters1

Keywords: 0768, Nathan Siesener Percutaneous Management of Ureteral Strictures in Patients with Renal Transplant: An Institutional Experience and Pictorial Review Percutaneous Management of Ureteral Stricture
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