ⓘ Cystoscopy

                                     

ⓘ Cystoscopy

Cystoscopy is endoscopy of the urinary bladder via the urethra. It is carried out with a cystoscope.

The urethra is the tube that carries urine from the bladder out of the body. The cystoscope has lenses like a telescope or microscope. These lenses let the doctor focus on the inner surface of the urinary tract. Some of the cystoscopy to use optical fibers flexible glass fibers that carry an Image from the tip of the tool to the viewing piece at the other end. Cystoscopy range from pediatric to adult and from the thickness of a pencil up to approximately 9mm and have a light at the tip. A cystoscopy have extra tubes to guide other instruments for surgical procedures to treat urinary problems.

There are two main types of cystoscopy - flexible and rigid - differences in the flexibility of the cystoscope. Flexible cystoscopy is performed under local anesthesia on both sexes. Typically, a local anesthetic, most often xylocaine common brands gel Anestacon and Instillagel works. The drug is instilled into the urethra through the urinary passage five to ten minutes prior to the procedure. Rigid cystoscopy can be performed under the same conditions, but, as a rule, is carried out under General anesthesia, particularly in male subjects, because of the pain caused by the probe. Shell sizes of a rigid cystoscope are 17-French gauge diameter 5.7 mm, 19 PT with a diameter of 6.3 mm and 22 FR diameter of 7.3 mm.

                                     
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