Do anterior catheterizable urinary channels have fewer complications than posterior channels? An international cohort study

Konrad Szymanski, P. J. Lopez, J. P. Corbetta, F. Reed, J. Ruiz, Y. Pullin, S. Weller, R. Zubieta, R. C. Rink, M. P. Cain

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