Litholapaxy Is a minimally invasive used for removing stones from the bladder of an individual. In this procedure a special telescope in inserted into the bladder through urethra and then the stone is broken into smaller pieces using a crusher and the debris is collected. The patient is usually left with a catheter to ease out the process of releasing urine from the body for a couple of days. The procedure requires a few days of hospitalization.
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