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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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.
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.
Patient opinion of urinary tests versus flexible urethrocystoscopy in follow-up examination for superficial bladder cancer: A utility analysis.
An urethrocystoscopy was carried out and no connection to the urethelium was observed.