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Only one patient's stent was removed using simple cystoscopic stent retrieval (SCSR) after ESWL in each of the 25-36 months and >36 months groups.
The most common cystoscopic finding during evaluation of children are Type-I urethral valves in the posterior part of urethra with trabeculation of bladder walls.
As a result of this meta-analysis, as well as multiple other studies, the AAGL Guidelines Committee noted that "current evidence supports the conclusion that cystoscopic evaluation of the lower urinary tract should be readily available to gynecologic surgeons performing laparoscopic hysterectomy.
Cystoscopic removal of an intravesical gossypiboma mimicking a bladder mass: a case report.
Intravenous pyelogram (IVP) was conducted in two patients with ureteral injury, one was treated with cystoscopic ureteral catheterization and the other with ureteric reimplantation.
Cystoscopic examination (CE) is accepted as the gold standard for the detection of disorders of chronic schistosomiasis.
Ultrasonography and cystoscopic examination of the bladder detected a polyp.
Therefore, it is important for patients to understand the need for follow-up cystoscopic examinations and renal ultrasound every five years post-placement (Vaidyanathan, Soni, Hughes, Singh, & Oo, 2011)
The radiologists involved in this survey, apart from knowing the existence of at least one bladder lesion, were blinded to the exact cystoscopic results (number, size, location, morphology, and type of tumor).
The diagnosis of neoplasm was made primarily in private laboratories of two consultant pathologists in Sana'a, who received a total of 316 cases; 302 cystoscopic biopsies, 7 transuretheral resections, 6 radical cystectomy, and one partial cystectomy (from Sana'a and other Yemeni provinces).
Any suspicious early thickening or enhancement of the walls, as seen in this case, should be followed with cystoscopic biopsy.