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The authors report no external funding source for this study. The authors declare they have no competing interests. This study/data/abstract have not been presented. This paper has not been published online or in print.
Author roles: Ryan G. Larsen – 4th year medical student, University of Nebraska Medical Center. Cole S. Bowdino – 4th year medical student, University of Nebraska Medical Center. Bryant J. Van Leeuwen – M.D., PGY2 resident, Division of Urologic Surgery, University of Nebraska Medical Center. Chad A. LaGrange – M.D., Professor of Urologic Surgery, Edward and Sally Malashock Chair of Urologic Surgery, University of Nebraska Medical Center. Christopher M. Deibert – M.D., M.P.H., Assistant Professor of Urologic Surgery, University of Nebraska Medical Center.