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Featuring: Use of medical expulsive therapy in children

      In June the Pediatric Urology Journal Club focused on use of medical expulsive therapy (MET) in pediatric patients by way of an article assessing recent nationwide practice patterns and outcomes [
      • Ellison J.S.
      • Merguerian P.A.
      • Fu B.C.
      • Holt S.K.
      • Lendvay T.S.
      • Gore J.L.
      • et al.
      Use of medical expulsive therapy in children: an assessment of nationwide practice patterns and outcomes.
      ]. Author Jonathan Ellison (@jon_ellison) led the discussion.
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        Use of medical expulsive therapy in children: an assessment of nationwide practice patterns and outcomes.
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