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  1. Bakora says:
    Anatrophic Nephrolithotomy is a major open Transrenal surgery of the Kidney to extract a Complete Staghorn Calculus of the Kidney in selected situations. The original procedure described by Boyce involved complex dissection of the renal vasculature with selective cannulation and perfusion of the posterior segmental artery with methylene blue.
  2. Zulkijar says:
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  3. Mikabei says:
    Although various minimally invasive methods like Extracorporeal Shock Wave lithotripsy (ESWL), ureteroscopy, and percutaneous nephrolithotomy are used to treat staghorn calculi, percutaneous nephrolithotomy has the best stone-free rate of 78%, and ESWL has the lowest, at only 54% (2).
  4. Yozshunos says:
    5. Discussion. In the last few decades, surgical approach to stone treatment has changed dramatically. ESWL and Endoscopic treatment have virtually eliminated the need for open surgery in kidney and ureteral stones [1, 2].The advent of laparoscopic stone removing procedures has further reduced the need to perform open surgery, even anatrophic nephrolithotomy [3–10].
  5. Mugar says:
    Laparoscopic anatrophic nephrolithotomy is a promising alternative for patients who are candidates for open surgery, with an acceptable stone‐free rate. While offering a minimally invasive approach, it can minimize the need for secondary invasive interventions.
  6. Kazracage says:
    Anatrophic nephrolithotomy was pioneered by Boyce and Elkins,1 who used renal anatomic and physiologic principles and reconstructive surgical techniques to synthesize this operation. It was the preferred treatment for patients with staghorn calculi until the development of percutaneous nephrostolithotomy.
  7. Meztimi says:
    May 31,  · Anatrophic nephrolithotomy was classically an open procedure indicated for large staghorn calculi. It involved accessing the kidney through .
  8. Tejar says:
    Apr 02,  · Percutaneous Nephrolithotomy is the removal of kidney stones through a small back incision with the aid of a small camera. Although this is a more invasive approach to treating kidney stones than lithotripsy, it is the most effective treatment for larger kidney stones (more than 2 cm, or.8 in., in diameter), and stones that are not successfully broken down through a lithotripsy.

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