cystoscope


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cystoscope

[′sis·tə‚skȯp]
(medicine)
An optical instrument for visual examination of the urinary bladder, ureters, and kidneys.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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This study comprised a retrospective review of a series of patients undergoing ureteric stent or catheter insertion using flexible cystoscope guidance, performed on an outpatient basis at the Division of Urology, GSH, over the period July 2007-June 2015.
According to the company, the Uro-V is a self-contained, off-the-shelf, single-use diagnostic cystoscope specifically designed for female diagnostic cystoscopy.
The flexible Storz cystoscope was introduced once again into the urethra in order to retrieve the beak (Fig.1)
The system's three-way catheter can be placed once and used for multiple passes of the cystoscope as well as for intraoperative retrograde fill of the bladder, postoperative drainage, and IV-based hands-free backfill voiding trials prior to discharge.
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.
Following the ENT (Ear, Nose and Throat) and TNE (Transnasal Esophagoscopy) endoscopes that were recently unveiled, the Cystoscope is the third in the series of uniquely advanced digital endoscopy platforms introduced by Vision-Sciences.
Cardiff-based Gyrus told investors that it was ready to roll out a number of 'potentially significant' new products in 2006 as it underlined the benefits of its pounds 275m purchase of American Cystoscope Makers Inc last year.
Using a cystoscope, urologists inject Botox[R] into numerous sites in the bladder.
The news that it is buying US rival Cystoscope Makers for $497m (pounds 275m) sent its shares up 8%.
The news that it is buying US rival Cystoscope Makers for $497 million (pounds 275 million) sent its shares up eight per cent.