hepaticolithotripsy

hepaticolithotripsy

 [hĕ-pat″ĭ-ko-lith´o-trip″se]
the crushing of a calculus in the hepatic duct.

he·pat·i·co·lith·o·trip·sy

(he-pat'i-kō-lith'ō-trip-sē),
The crushing or fragmentation of a biliary calculus in a hepatic duct.
[hepatico- + G. lithos, stone, + tripsis, a rubbing]

hepaticolithotripsy

[-lith′ətrip′sē]
a surgical procedure in which gallstones in the bile duct are crushed for removal.

he·pat·i·co·lith·o·trip·sy

(hĕ-pat'i-kō-lith'ō-trip-sē)
The crushing or fragmentation of a biliary calculus in the hepatic duct.
[hepatico- + G. lithos, stone, + tripsis, a rubbing]

hepaticolithotripsy

the crushing of a calculus in the hepatic duct.