Lasers obtained from various lasing mediums producing amplified light of different wavelengths have been tested for urological applications. Today, the lasers are most commonly used in the surgical management of benign prostatic hyperplasia and as intracorporeal lithotripters. Other uses include ablation of various urologic tumors and incising strictures of the upper- and lower urinary tract. A continuous process of evolution of this technology is taking place, resulting in surgical lasers becoming ever safer, more effective, and more affordable.
|ULAS01||12 degree||4 mm||302 mm|
|ULAS02||30 degree||4 mm||302 mm|