lithotomy forceps

lithotomy forceps

a forceps for the extraction of a calculus, usually from the urinary tract.

lithotomy forceps

A generic term for forceps used to extricate stones from the urinary bladder or gallbladder.
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Then the calculus was broken into small pieces by holmium laser which were sucked out of human body by negative pressure of flowing water and larger calculi were removed by lithotomy forceps.