cystoscope


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cystoscope

[′sis·tə‚skȯp]
(medicine)
An optical instrument for visual examination of the urinary bladder, ureters, and kidneys.
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According to the company, the Uro-V is a self-contained, off-the-shelf, single-use diagnostic cystoscope specifically designed for female diagnostic cystoscopy.
1 at examination table installation, cystoscope introduction, and removal, respectively.
The flexible cystoscope commonly used by urologists was designed for the unique length and anatomy of the male urethra.
Two groups of patients were compared: Group I was treated with combination of transurethral holmium laser cystolithotripsy (HLC) and transurethral resection of the prostate (TURP) using the 24F resectoscope and group II used 22F cystoscope and 24F resectoscope for treating both these conditions.
In 5 procedures, it was not possible to advance the endoscope directly into the urethra, and thus, the cystoscope was advanced through the proximal urethra over a guide wire until the verumontanum was visualized (Figure 1).
We believe that the smaller caliber of the ureteroscope in comparison with cystoscope is the reason of low pain scores.
A blinded physician used a cystoscope to inject the agents into the detrusor muscle over the posterior bladder wall (FIGURE 2).
The Botox or placebo injections were administered using a flexible injection needle inside a cystoscope, a long tube that enables urologists to see inside the bladder," explains consultant urological surgeon Prokar Dasgupta from Guy's Hospital and King's College London School of Medicine.
This new Flexible Video Cystoscope offers the versatility of a flexible endoscope and the advantages of advanced distal chip technology.
Food and Drug Administration to market its new advanced digital, video-based flexible Cystoscope, which is used in conjunction with an integrated "built-in" light source, eliminating the need for a separate camera head, light guide cable and optical coupler.
This was performed either at open craniotomy or by diathermy destruction by means of using a modified operating cystoscope, which was passed into the ventricular system through a burr hole in the skull.
During this test, a health care professional inserts an instrument called a cystoscope through the urethra and into the bladder.