cystochromoscopy


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cys·to·chro·mos·co·py

(sis'tō-krō-mos'kŏ-pē),
Examination of the interior of the bladder after administration of a colored dye to aid in the identification or study of the function of the ureteral orifices.
[cysto- + G. chrōma, color + skopeō, to view]

cystochromoscopy

(sĭs′tō-krə-mŏs′kə-pē)
n.
Examination of the interior of the bladder after administration of a colored dye to aid in the identification or study of the function of the ureteral orifices.

cystochromoscopy

[sis′təkrōmos′kəpē]
examination of the bladder after administration of a colored dye, performed as an investigation of renal function and urinary system condition. Also called chromocystoscopy.

cys·to·chro·mos·co·py

(sis'tō-krō-mos'kŏ-pē)
Examination of the interior of the bladder after administration of a dye to aid in the identification or study of the function of the ureteral orifices.
Synonym(s): chromocystoscopy.
[cysto- + G. chrōma, color + skopeō, to view]