Bigelow, Henry J.(redirected from Bigelow litholapaxy)
Bigelow,Henry J., U.S. surgeon, 1818-1890.
Bigelow evacuator - instrument used to remove fragments of bladder calculi.
Bigelow ligament - among the strongest of the body's ligaments, it limits extension at the hip joint. Synonym(s): iliofemoral ligament
Bigelow litholapaxy - process of crushing a bladder stone and using a catheter to wash out fragments.
Bigelow septum - a bony spur springing from the underside of the neck of the femur above and anterior to the lesser trochanter. Synonym(s): calcar femorale
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