cholecystolithotripsy

cho·le·cys·to·lith·o·trip·sy

(kō'lē-sis'tō-lith'ō-trip-sē),
Fragmentation of a gallstone most commonly by the application of transcutaneously applied sonic energy focused on the stone.
[chole- + G. kystis, bladder, + lithos, stone, + tripsis, a rubbing]

cholecystolithotripsy

[kō′lisis′tōlith′ətripsē]
a procedure for crushing gallstones in the gallbladder or common bile duct with a lithotrite.

cholecystolithotripsy

(kō″lē-sĭs″tō-lĭth′ō-trĭp″sē) [″ + ″ + ″ + tripsis, a rubbing]
Crushing of a gallstone in the unopened gallbladder with an extracorporeal shock-wave lithotriptor; its use is primarily investigational.