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Figure 3: Technique of ultrasound-guided access (a) An egress of clear fluid suggesting entry in the pelvicalyceal system (b) A successful ultrasound puncture - the needle should be seen throughout the trajectory which includes the skin, subcutaneous tissue, cup of the calyx and the calyx in concern

Figure 3: Technique of ultrasound-guided access (a) An egress of clear fluid suggesting entry in the pelvicalyceal system (b) A successful ultrasound puncture - the needle should be seen throughout the trajectory which includes the skin, subcutaneous tissue, cup of the calyx and the calyx in concern