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Lithotripsy

Lith´o`trip`sy   Pronunciation: lĭth´ô`trĭp`sŷ
n.1.(Surg.) The operation of crushing a stone in the bladder or urethra to reduce it to particles small enough to be voided; lithotrity. It may be performed with an instrument called lithotriptor or lithotrite (also called a lithoclast); or, more recently, may be accomplished by devices using ultrasonic waves to fragment the stones.
Pronunciation: (LITH-oh-TRIP-see):

A method of breaking up kidney stones using shock waves or other means.

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