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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The patient underwent cystourethroscopy and transurethral resection (TUR-CT) was performed on the bladder tumor.
Repeat cystourethroscopy at 8 weeks post-operatively demonstrated mild meatal stenosis and bulbar urethral stricture requiring dilation, with minimal inflammation at the site of bladder incarceration but an otherwise well-healed bladder.
After routine physical examination, cystourethroscopy was performed with the pre-diagnosis of urethral caruncle.
Thus, to exclude tumor, cystourethroscopy was performed and fibrin surfaced polypoid lesions covering the trigone of the bladder and including bilateral ureteral orifices were seen.
She was consulted to us for cystourethroscopy, and a written consent form was taken from her family in Karadeniz Technical University School of Medicine, Department of Urology.
On cystourethroscopy, the urethral mucosa appeared dusky from the anterior to the membranous urethra.
At 6 weeks, the transurethral catheter was removed followed by cystourethroscopy which confirmed healing of urethra, bladder neck, and bladder wall.
A joint procedure between general surgery and urology was planned for cystourethroscopy, diagnostic laparoscopy, and excision of the pelvic mass.
Chapple, "Flexible cystourethroscopy in the follow-up of posturethroplasty patients and characterisation of recurrences," European Urology, vol.
ACOG's 2007 committee opinion on the role of cystourethroscopy in the generalist obstetrican-gyncecologist practice was reaffirmed in 2015 (Obstet Gynecol.
Cystourethroscopy is done for the differentiation and resection of UPs8.
This may lend the disease to first discovery with subsequent investigative cystourethroscopy. As signs and symptoms are often nonspecific and prognosis can be poor, proper diagnostic methodology is important.