cystourethroscopy

cystourethroscopy

 [sis″to-u″re-thros´kah-pe]
use of a cystourethroscope to evaluate lesions or foreign bodies in the bladder, urethral diverticula, fistulas, strictures, and other conditions. Called also urethrocystoscopy.
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ACOG's 2007 committee opinion on the role of cystourethroscopy in the generalist obstetrican-gyncecologist practice was reaffirmed in 2015 (Obstet Gynecol.
Some diagnostic workups, including upper urinary tract imaging, pressure-flow study, and cystourethroscopy, were optional.
Cystourethroscopy may be performed in an attempt to visualize the ostium.
Contributors from those two fields, as well as from urology and radiology, cover the anatomy of the female urinary tract, imaging the tract, cystourethroscopy for the gynecologist, reconstructive procedures performed on and around the urethra, surgical procedures performed on and around the urinary bladders, and avoiding and managing ureteral injury during pelvic surgery.
Cystourethroscopy revealed a narrow ostium to the diverticulum, which could not be entered.
A cystourethroscopy revealed a 10-cm bladder tumor, which extended into the prostate and prostatic urethra.
The most common procedures performed in hospital OPDs in the Medicare population were extracapsular cataract removal with lens insertion, cystourethroscopy, upper gastrointestinal endoscopy, and colonoscopy.
Virtually all patients (more than 90 percent) underwent repeat urinalyses, studies of urine cytology, intravenous urography, and cystourethroscopy.
Intravenous access was established in the contralateral arm after a standard cystourethroscopy, and a 6 Fr open tip ureteral catheter was inserted into the ipsilateral ureteral orifice.
Lotze provided a number of tips and techniques for improving surgery outcomes using cystoscopy and cystourethroscopy.