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Lithotripsy is a medical procedure used to treat kidney stones. It may also be used to treat stones in other organs, such as the gall bladder or the liver. Kidney stones are collections of solid minerals that sometimes form in the kidneys. Healthy kidneys do not have these stone-like formations. Most stones pass out of the body naturally during urination.

A mobile lithotripsy unit provides patients with a local site for the removal of kidney stones through non-surgical means.

Patients are prepared for, and recover from, lithotripsy in our Outpatient Surgery Department.