lithoclast


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Related to lithoclast: lithotripsy

lithoclast

(ˈlɪθəˌklɑːst)
n
(Tools) an instrument used to break up bladder stones
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Tenders are invited for Lithoclast For The Department Of Pediatric Surgery At All India Institute Of Medical Sciences, Jodhpur
Pneumatic lithoclast lithotripter functions in a similar manner as pneumatic jackhammer15.
Using 24-Fr rigid nephroscope, pelvicalyceal system was inspected and stone fragmented with pneumatic lithoclast and fragments was removed.
1314 used lithoclast master that combines pneumatic and ultrasonic lithotripsy and also give advantage of aspiration thereby improving vision during surgery.
Stones were broken with Swiss Pneumatic Lithoclast and residual fragments identified by ultrasonography.
Pisoids: are common, with a nucleus of subrounded lithoclast and a cortex sometimes asymmetric indicating variations in growth conditions (Fig.
Thin section analyses indicate lithoclast concentrations as high as 50 percent.
All of the patients underwent URSL by intraluminal Pneumatic (ballistic) Swiss LithoClast with semi-rigid Storz ureteroscope of 6-fr under spinal anaesthesia and were catheterized post procedure and kept in post-operative ward.
0mm, length 425mm compatible for EMS Lithoclast Master,Pneumatic lithotripsy (such as Lithoclast),Pneumatic lithotripsy (such as Lithoclast) probe, diam 1.
A four-wire helical stone basket was used to manipulate the stone under direct vision and a Swiss pneumatic lithoclast was used for large calculi.
Stones were disintegrated by standard pneumatic lithoclast and extracted.