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Cutting to Cure — Urolithiasis CE Article #1

1. Which conditions must be present for urolith formation to occur?
2. Uroliths clinically present most frequently in the
3. The holmium:YAG laser may fail to fragment cystic calculi when
4. A complication associated with laparoscopic cystotomy is
5. Which of the following regarding electrohydraulic shock-wave lithotripsy should be avoided?
6. When urolithiasis is suspected in a horse, it is
7. Which statement regarding NSAID administration and patient hydration in horses with urolithiasis is correct?
8. The most common urolith found in horses is
9. The most commonly used method of urolith removal in mares is
10. In electrohydraulic shock-wave lithotripsy, calculus fragmentation is achieved through
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