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LMSSA: a back door entry into medicine?
BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)
Numbers of shed urothelial cells in urine of patient who had had a urinary catheter for longer than six months with concomitant Provdenca stuarmi chromc urinary tract infection. Freshly collected catheter urine samples were examined before and after bladder lavage with 2t5% (wt/vol) noxythiolin (indicated by arrows). An increase in urothehal exfoliation, with a subsequent decrease, followed each washout.doi:10.1136/bmj.294.6579.1096-a fatcat:z6xiixd7drerhdcsrxqjhmv6fu