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The authors reply: ISWI vs diclofenac for renal colic

      We thank the authors for their comments on our recent article “Intradermal sterile water injection (ISWI) versus diclofenac sodium in acute renal colic pain: A randomized controlled trial” [
      • Moussa M.
      • Papatsoris A.G.
      • Abou Chakra M.
      Intradermal sterile water injection versus diclofenac sodium in acute renal colic pain: a randomized controlled trial.
      ].
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      References

        • Moussa M.
        • Papatsoris A.G.
        • Abou Chakra M.
        Intradermal sterile water injection versus diclofenac sodium in acute renal colic pain: a randomized controlled trial.
        ([published online ahead of print, 2020 Apr 29])2020