lithotriptoscopy

lith·o·trip·tos·co·py

(lith'ō-trip-tos'kŏ-pē),
Crushing of a stone in the bladder under direct vision by use of a lithotriptoscope.
[litho- + G. tribō, to rub, crush, + skopeō, to view]

lithotriptoscopy

(lĭth′ə-trĭp-tŏs′kə-pē)
n.
The crushing of a stone in the bladder while viewing directly through a cystoscope.

lith·o·trip·tos·co·py

(lith'ō-trip-tos'kŏ-pē)
Crushing of a stone in the bladder under direct vision by use of a lithotriptoscope.
[litho- + G. tribō, to rub, crush, + skopeō, to view]

lithotriptoscopy

(lith″ŏ-trip-tos′kŏ-pē) [ lithotript(ic) + -scopy]
The crushing of a kidney stone under direct vision using a lithotriptoscope.