In summary, the indications for temporary drainage in the setting of upper urinary tract obstruction are clear ly established. Either drainage technique can be highly effective with minimal risk of treatment-related complications. Since no clear consensus regarding optimal treatment can be gleaned from published series, the choice of drainage should be selected on the basis ofin-dividualized patient characteristics, the planned duration of stenting, available institutional resources, and the surgeon's preference.

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