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Urolithasis is a common urological ailment since antiquity. Treatment of urolithasis has witnessed a revolutionarychange with the advent of minimally invasive endoscopic techniques. However in developing countries very few cases of the renal stonedisease are being treated using minimally invasive techniques and vast majority are still being managed with open surgery. Objectives: Theobjective of the study was to compare the two incisions used for renal and proximal ureter access, and find outdoi:10.29309/tpmj/2012.19.02.2031 fatcat:fhy2hh7tebgz7ngcbk6avtng6a