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Paper Chase 2 - Tamsulosin is Reasonable to Prescribe for Ureteral Stones

Mike Weinstock, MD and Nate Finnerty, MD
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Alpha adrenergic antagonists were found to be more effective for ureteral stone passage when compared to placebo or control, though these conclusions are limited by the studies included.

 

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