laparocystotomy

laparocystotomy

(lap″ă-rō-sis-tot′ŏ-mē) [ laparo- + cystotomy]
An obsolete procedure in humans in which abdominal surgery was performed to remove the contents of a cyst or an extrauterine fetus. The procedure is used primarily in veterinary medicine to extract kidney stones.
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Surgical removal of equine uroliths via the laparocystotomy approach.
Parainguinal laparocystotomy for urolith removal in geldings.
Paramedian laparocystotomy was performed to take out the suspected calculi under Atropine, Xylazine and Ketamine anaesthesia.