lithotomy


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surgical removal of a stone (calculus)

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In our study, the success rate was high because we had the ability to use a combination of techniques with lithotomy and a laser for both parotid and submandibular gland stones.
Midperineal elevation in the lithotomy position and the ability to contract external sphincter during urethroscopy is a good sign in predicting positive outcomes after sling placement.
Cracco et al., "Supine Valdivia and modified lithotomy position for simultaneous anterograde and retrograde endourological access," BJU International, vol.
Urethroplasty should be performed only if the bladder and prostate have descended sufficiently, the scar tissue has been stabilized, and the patient is able to lie in the lithotomy position.
Once in lithotomy position, 5 mL of 2% lignocaine + adrenaline was injected at the proposed site of incision at either 3 or 9'o clock position in the intersphincteric plane.
Patients are routinely placed in the dorsal lithotomy position, which enables direct access to the vagina and better assessment of vaginal bleeding.
During the operation, the patient was under general anesthesia with the bladder lithotomy position (Trendelenburg position).
Ancient Greek, Roman, Persian and Hindu texts refer to a procedure, known as lithotomy, for removing bladder stones.
Patient was operated under spinal anesthesia in dorsal lithotomy position.
The surgical treatment mainly includes bile duct incision and lithotomy, hepatic resection, reconstruction of bile duct stricture, and liver transplantation.
Yang et al., "Long-Term Outcome of Percutaneous Transhepatic Cholangioscopic Lithotomy for Hepatolithiasis," American Journal of Gastroenterology, vol.
Several proximal approaches for ONB have been reported [17, 23, 31, 35, 42], all of which target the plane between the pectineus and obturator externus muscles as the site for injection of local anesthetic but use different patient positions (i.e., supine or lithotomy), transducer locations (i.e., the inguinal crease or medial thigh), modes of needle insertion (i.e., out-of-plane or in-plane), and needle trajectories (i.e., anterior-to-posterior, inferior-to-superior, or lateral-to-medial).
Lithotomy position is the most commonly used position for TURP.