Urethroscopy


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Urethroscopy

 

examination of the urethra by means of a urethroscope, either with or without first distending the urethra with a fluid. Urethroscopy makes it possible to identify inflammation, tumors, and foreign bodies in the urethra, as well as diseases of the colliculus seminalis.

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Urethroscopy failed in one rabbit because of the urinary fistula.
The results of urethroscopy, urethrography and histology in Group B were nomal [Figure 2]a, c, e.
After VCUG and urethroscopy failed to reveal an orifice to a urethral diverticula, the clinical history of periurethral collagen injection was obtained.
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It was impossible to determine the extent of necrosis using a flexible urethroscopy.
D tolerated urethroscopy poorly because of discomfort and was unable to tolerate any attempt at urethral dilatation.
On urethroscopy in this patient, where it was expected to see the verumontanum, there was redundant cavity; this was described on MRI to be a redundant vagina.
During the urethroscopy after the endoscopic stone fragmentation at 3 months, 6 months and 1 year, we found sufficient urethral opening and epithelization over the stent.
Retrograde urethrography (RUG) was performed in the first case and RUG with urethroscopy in the second case of urethrorhagia.
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Surveillance options include 1) routine cytology, either voided or by urethral washing; 2) routine urethroscopy; or 3) performing cytology and/or urethroscopy only when indicated by history or physical (e.