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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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If there is no encrustation on the stent, it can be removed by a simple cystoscopic approach.
In other older children, cystoscopic fulguration of the valve leaflets is done as a definitive treatment.
haematobium: Relationship between the bladder lesions observed by ultrasonography and the cystoscopic and anatomo-pathologic lesions].
Not reported Cystoscopic bladder 2006" distention with visual guidance Ahmed, Mehta, & 86m, pelvic surgery Lawrence Add-a-Cath Rimington, 2004 and EBRT trocar with ultrasound guidance Cronin et al.
During the virtual cystoscopic study, the "camera" of the virtual cystoscope was placed in the centre of the bladder lumen and each quadrant of the 3D reconstructed bladder was carefully observed in a scrolling motion.
Furthermore, the differences of a given neoplasm may vary from area to area, thus a cystoscopic biopsy may show a low-grade malignancy as opposed to what is present in the surgical specimen.
A suprapubic catheter was inserted under cystoscopic visualisation.
Hematuria from the left ureteral orifice on cystoscopic examination in the absence of any detectable abnormality of the urinary tract should raise suspicion for Nutcracker syndrome.
Due to the risk of recurrence and progression, patients with NMIBC need to have regular check cystoscopic surveillance usually by flexible cystoscopy, using a fibre optic cystoscope under local anaesthetic.
Cystoscopic findings consistent with interstitial cystitis in normal women undergoing tubal ligation.