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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Utility of serial urinary tumor markers to individualize intervals between cystoscopies in the monitoring of patients with bladder carcinoma.
With outstanding sensitivity results in both low and high-grade tumors, ImmunoCyt(TM) / uCyt(TM) is the perfect complement to cytology and cystoscopies in any bladder cancer monitoring program.
24] During the time frame of our review, we performed 165 diagnostic cystoscopies on female patients with the symptoms of frequency/urgency and suprapubic/pelvic/bladder pain in whom no obvious pathologic cause for the symptoms was identified apart from the 14 patients in whom these lesions were identified.
Zippe added, "Of the 330 patients in our study, the use of NMP22 could have saved 267 of them from having to undergo unnecessary cystoscopies, at a cost savings of up to $111,072.
We may be able to safely delay and reduce the number of cystoscopies needed, therefore reducing both expense and discomfort.
The Drain-Jug(R) is a disposable 15-liter gravity-fed drain receptacle designed primarily for cystoscopies and arthrocopies and other procedures where there is a significant amount of fluids used for flushing and irrigating.