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Company's Surgitek Division receives FDA approval for its Ultragold urological laser fiber "for laser ablation of soft tissue within the urinary tract to alleviate bladder outlet obstruction." The fiber, Cabot notes, "is becoming widely used by urologists, on an experimental basis, for treatment of BPH (benign prostatic hyperplasia)," but "has not yet been approved...for this specific procedure"
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