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Postoperative course of the 2d ureterocysto anastomosis without provisions for prevention of vesico-ureteral reflux


, : Postoperative course of the 2d ureterocysto anastomosis without provisions for prevention of vesico-ureteral reflux. Shujutsu. Operation 25(8): 963-968


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