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2012-12-29 05:03:08

[292 Pages Report] Ultrasound Devices Market is dominated by 2D ultrasound, the 3D & 4D ultrasound market is highly technologically driven, competitive and poised to become significant in

2012-05-23 18:44:50

Mayo Clinic researchers will present findings on prostate cancer risk, screening, treatment and other urological research at the annual meeting of the American Urological Association May 19-23 in Atlanta.

2012-05-19 23:01:11

HoLEP attains rapid adoption and acceptance as the Proven Procedure for Treating BPH Yokneam, Israel (PRWEB) May 19, 2012 Lumenis Ltd., the world's largest

2012-04-29 23:02:16

Oakworks® Inc., manufacturer of imaging tables and positioning devices, expands its product line with the addition of three new models for the Urology and Lithotripsy markets.

2011-10-24 09:23:58

A Mayo Clinic study finds no correlation between the use of shock waves to break up kidney stones and the long-term development of diabetes.

2010-11-18 14:22:06

Different techniques should be used to remove single stones that have become lodged in the distal ureter after being expelled by the kidney, depending on whether they are under or above one centimetre.


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Extracorporeal Shock Wave Lithotripsy
2013-03-04 16:24:04

Extracorporeal Shock Wave Lithotripsy (ESWL) is the noninvasive treatment of kidney stones, stones in the gallbladder as well as calcium build ups in the liver using acoustic pulses. Procedure A lithotriptor breaks up the calcium stones without damage being done to the patient through the use of high-intensity, externally-applied, focused acoustic pulses. By laying the patient down on their back and placing a water-filled coupling device under the back at the level of the kidneys, the...

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