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- Assessment of novel ureteral occlusion device and comparison with stone cone in prevention of stone fragment migration during lithotripsy.J Endourol. 2005; 19: 200-203
- 2007 guideline for the management of ureteral calculi.J Urol. 2007; 178: 2418-2434
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Financial Disclosure: A. Paz and K. Webster are paid consultants to Xenolith Medical Ltd; O. Zigman is an employee of Xenolith Medical Ltd; I. Tamir is a board member of Xenolith Medical Ltd; M. Monga is a study investigator funded by Xenolith Medical Ltd. and a paid consultant to Boston Scientific, Cook Urological, Bard Urological, and Gyrus ACMI. K. Webster is a former employee of Virginia Biosciences Commercialization Center.