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Journal January 2013 (Vol 35, No 1)

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New Alternatives for Minimally Invasive Management of Uroliths: Lower Urinary Tract Uroliths by Alice Defarges , DVM, DACVIM, Marilyn Dunn , DMV, DACVIM, Allyson C. Berent , DVM, DACVIM

1. Intracorporeal lithotripsy involves which of the following mechanisms?
2. Which statement is false with regard to the use of extracorporeal shock-wave lithotripsy to treat urinary tract stones in dogs?
3. Postoperative care for intracorporeal lithotripsy for bladder stones consists of which of the following therapies?
4. Which statement is true with regard to the use of lithotripsy in small animals?
5. Voiding urohydropulsion consists of
6. A male, neutered 3.5-kg (7.7 lb) Yorkshire terrier presents with five cystoliths ranging in size from 2 to 8 mm. Which technique is preferable for treatment?
7. With regard to Ho:YAG laser lithotripsy, which statement is false?
8. A 8-kg (17.6-lb) male dog presents with one 3-mm bladder urolith and several urethral stones. Which statement regarding treatment is true?
9. Which statement is true with regard to intracorporeal lithotripsy for lower urinary tract stones?
10. Which statement is true with regard to intracorporeal lithotripsy for cystoliths?
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