urethrocystoscopy

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.

urethrocystoscopy

[u-re′thro-sis-tos′kah-pe]
cystourethroscopy.
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The urethrocystoscopy showed normal anterior urethra in morphology and size and posterior urethra deformed by prostatic lobes.
Urethrocystoscopy was done to exclude mechanical obstruction (e.
The decision to perform an internal urethrotomy was taken after evaluating the patient with urethrocystoscopy, during which urethral dilatation was done up to the caliber of a Ch 14 Foley catheter; the latter was then introduced and was left in place for 1 month.
Urethrocystoscopy was performed for him, but the inner opening of the discharging sinus was not found.
With the use of urethrocystoscopy, there is rapid completion of diagnostic workup, and operations for surgical conditions can be scheduled more promptly.
Once a bladder stone was identified CT or urethrocystoscopy was performed in all patients to determine the size and number of calculi.
Although urethrocystoscopy and lithotripsy in situ or treatment in the bladder with push-back and lithotripsy provide the best treatment alternatives for most urethral stones, external urethrotomy in combination with external pneumatic lithotripsy may be a useful technique to prevent long urethral incisions and the risk of postoperative stricture for large, impacted urethral stones.
Retrograde and/or prograde urethrography and flexible or rigid urethrocystoscopy was performed in patients when the F18 catheter could not be passed.
the techniques of trocar insertion and intraoperative urethrocystoscopy in tension-free vaginal taping: an experience of 600 cases.
The following diagnostic tools are established to evaluate vesicovaginal fistulas: pyridium tablets, the instillation of methylene blue solution, cystogram, vaginoscopy, urethrocystoscopy, vaginogram, (3) and even computed tomography.
Urethrocystoscopy showed the tape penetrating through the urethra, but due to excessive fibrosis of the surrounding tissue, removal of the tape required an extensive and complex excision procedure (Br.
We adopt biannual urethrocystoscopy and CT every 2 years for the first 5 years.