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2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. , infundibular stenosis or unfavourable angle As secondary tract for standard PCNL Total stone area >6 cm2 in case of multiple stonesb Case in maximal chance of renal parenchymal preservation (solitary/transplant kidney)c a According to various authors Monga et al. suggest a large stone load up to 6 cm2 but they use a Fr 20 sheath c Controversial b Table 3. 5 (MPCNL) using a 16–18 Fr tract in 3136 patients, including 1283 staghorn. They achieved a stone-free rate of 82%, 86%, and 91%, respectively, in the three groups.
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