Success in laparoscopic pyeloplsty

In an article by Ramsden and Seels published in BJUI (2011) the authors argue that there is not a literature standard for defining success in laparoscopic pyeloplasty. Studies that define success on the basis of resolution of function have success rates in excess of 95%, whereas those that use imgaing aswell have a lower rate. When success is defined strictly as resolution of pain and preserved renographic function (Derriford criteria), literature success rates range form 77-98%. The authors success rates are 85.1%

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