Lithotriptor

• (n.) An instrument for triturating the stone in the bladder; a lithotrite.
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lithotriptor

(lith´o-trip″tәr) lithotripter.
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Lithotriptor

Lith'o·trip`tor noun (Surg.) An instrument for triturating the stone in the bladder; a lithotrite.
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lithotriptor

lithotriptor A device for breaking up renal calculi (kidney stones).
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Lithotriptor

Lithotriptor: A stone crushing machine used to shatter kidney stones and gallstones by physical or other means such as with a shock wave. There are several methods available for producing an acoustical or ultrasonic 'big bang' which can be focused from outside onto the kidney and the kidney stone. This technique, termed extracorporeal shock wave li...
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lithotriptor

Type: Term Pronunciation: lith′ō-trip′tŏr Definitions: 1. A device used to crush or fragment a calculus in lithotripsy.
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