About 16 to 26 kilo-volts worth.The borough finally caught up with the rest of New York City when Metro Litho opened its Fresh Meadows lithotripsy center in the Utopia Center in January."Patients residing in or near Queens will now have at their disposal a very comfortable, state-of-the-art treatment center conveniently located in their neighborhood," said David Mandel, president of the Manhattan-based Metropolitan Lithotript
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