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Dr. Jodi Antonelli
Dr. Jodi Antonelli is a practicing Endourologist and Associate Professor in the Department of Urology at UT Southwestern Medical Center.
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Podcasts Featuring Dr. Jodi Antonelli
UT Southwestern endourologist Dr. Jodi Antonelli shares her tips and tricks for difficult ureteroscopy cases. Listen to learn about pre-op and post-op medication, dealing with large prostates and narrow ureters, variations in baskets, access sheaths, and ureteroscopes, dusting vs. basket retrieval, and performing ureteroscopies on pregnant women.
Articles Featuring Dr. Jodi Antonelli
A ureteroscopy should be performed if a stone fails trial of passage. This article breaks down the peri-operative and post-op care, as well as technique for this procedure.
Obstructive pyelonephritis can present as an emergency, and must be correctly identified and treated. This article discusses the diagnosis and treatment of this condition, along with medical management of a trial of passage.
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