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Human medicine has utilized extracorporeal shockwave (ie, lithotripsy) for quite some time. Uses in humans include treating (ie, breaking into smaller pieces so they are more easily removed) stones of many types: urinary, gall bladder, and pancreatic, to name a few. The energy that is created to break up stones is also used to treat a variety of equine conditions, including tendon and ligament injuries. While the exact mechanism of action is not fully understood, many clinical trials have been performed to assess its effectiveness with generally positive outcomes.
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Thank you Dr. Black for the thorough pre-purchase exam of the newest member of our family! As always you answered all of our questions and the staff is fantastic! We look forward to many happy years with our animals and appreciate your care and expertise!!
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