Shock Wave Lithotripsy

State of the Art

  • James E. Lingeman
  • Daniel M. Newman

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xiii
  2. Extracorporeal Shock Wave Lithotripsy: Past, Present, and Future

  3. Ureteral Stone Management

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 11-11
    2. Christopher D. Fetner, Glenn M. Preminger, JoAnn Seger, Tony A. Lea
      Pages 19-24
    3. R. S. Cole, E. L. H. Palfrey, K. E. D. Shuttleworth
      Pages 25-28
    4. Cesare Selli, Marco Carini, Carlo Fiorelli, Valerio Di Cello, Giulio Nicita
      Pages 29-34
    5. P. Puppo, P. Bottino, F. Germinale, C. Caviglia, G. Ricciotti
      Pages 35-38
    6. P. Puppo, P. Bottino, F. Germinale, C. Caviglia, G. Ricciotti
      Pages 39-42
    7. Gerhard J. Fuchs, Christian G. Chaussy, Anna M. Fuchs
      Pages 47-53
    8. Gerhard J. Fuchs, Christian G. Chaussy, Leon Bender, Arnulf Stenzl
      Pages 55-59
    9. Stephen P. Dretler
      Pages 61-65
    10. David L. McCullough, Andrew Griffin, Lloyd H. Harrison
      Pages 67-68
  4. Large Stone Management

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 69-69
    2. Raju Thomas, Joseph N. Macaluso Jr.
      Pages 71-73
    3. P. Puppo, P. Bottino, F. Germinale, C. Caviglia, G. Ricciotti
      Pages 79-83
    4. Masuyosi Harada, Y. Okuda, H. Maeda, M. Fujisawa, A. Fujii, K. Goji et al.
      Pages 85-88
    5. Gerhard J. Fuchs, Anna M. Fuchs, Peter L. Royce, Arnulf Stenzl, Christian G. Chaussy
      Pages 101-106
    6. Hans-Goran Tiselius, Erik Hellgren, Inger Wall
      Pages 107-110
    7. Joseph N. Macaluso Jr.
      Pages 111-113
  5. ESWL Treatment Results

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 115-115
    2. Taketoshi Kishimoto, H. Iimori, M. Senju, K. Yamamoto, T. Sugimoto, M. Maekawa et al.
      Pages 117-121
    3. Stephen P. Dretler
      Pages 141-145
    4. L. Paul Sonda, Stephen Wang, James Ellis, Pat Kielczewski, Sharon Fleenor
      Pages 147-152
    5. B. Liedl, D. Jocham, C. Lunz, C. Schuster, E. Schmiedt
      Pages 153-158
    6. Daniel M. Newman, John W. Scott, James E. Lingeman
      Pages 159-168
    7. Wolfgang Diederichs, J. Graff, J. Pastor, H. Schulze, T. Senge
      Pages 169-172
    8. Cesare Selli, Marco Carini, Alfiero Costantini
      Pages 173-175
    9. James M. McMurtry, Ralph V. Clayman, Gregorio A. Sicard, Charles B. Anderson
      Pages 177-180
    10. Juan Fernandez, Ralph V. Clayman, Dianna Gray, Bruce L. McClennan
      Pages 181-184
    11. Arnulf Stenzl, Phillippe Zimmern, Peter Royce, Gerhard Fuchs
      Pages 185-189
    12. Anna M. Fuchs, Gerhard J. Fuchs, Arnulf Stenzl
      Pages 191-195
    13. Michael J. Nicar, R. Higgs, J. Seger, C. Fetner
      Pages 197-200
    14. Richard W. Norman, Bruce W. Palmer
      Pages 207-209
  6. Gallbladder Stones

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 211-211
    2. Frederick C. Johlin Jr., Stefan A. Loening, James Maher, Joseph Karacic
      Pages 219-222
    3. Richard W. Norman, Lazlo A. Fried, G. Paul LeBrun, Mark C. Taylor
      Pages 223-224
    4. A. Salvini, P. Pizzi, S. Faustini, C. Spizzichi
      Pages 225-226
    5. A. Salvini, P. Pizzi, S. Faustini, C. Spizzichi, D. Lochis, C. Erba
      Pages 227-228

About this book


Extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy (ESWL)" arrived in the United States in February of 1984 with explosive impact in the field of urology. The first ESWL treatment in the United States with the Dornier H~ device occurred at the Methodist Hospital of Indiana, and by the end of 1984, In spite of the rapidly the United StatesESWL study group had accrued over2,5()() ESWL treatments. accumulated experience at the six institutions involved in the FDA trial of the Dornier HM] device, other urologists in this country and around the world had little opportunity to gain knowledge about the utilization of this revolutionary technique. For this reason, the Methodist Hospital of Indiana organized the first symposium on shock wave lithotripsy in February of1985. Interest in this meeting was intense, as approval of the Dornier device had occurred only a few weeks earlier in December of 1984. Because of the success of this initial meeting, subsequent meetings have been held annually in Indianapolis. Following the third annual symposium on extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy in March of 1987, a number of participants and attendees requested that the information presented at the meeting be made available. Therefore, plans were made to publish the proceedings of the next meeting which occurred March 5 and 6, 1988. The Methodist Hospi tal ofIndiana' s 4th Symposium on Shock Wave Lithotripsy: State of the Art was the best attended meeting to date with over 650 registrants from 36 states and 24 countries.


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  • James E. Lingeman
    • 1
  • Daniel M. Newman
    • 1
  1. 1.Institute for Kidney Stone DiseaseMethodist Hospital of IndianaIndianapolisUSA

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