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Endoscopy of the urinary bladder via the urethra is called cystoscopy. Diagnostic cystoscopy is usually carried out with local anaesthesia. General anaesthesia is sometimes used for operative cystoscopic procedures. When a patient has a urinary problem, the doctor may use a cystoscope to see the inside of the bladder and urethra.
Buccal mucosa proves efficacious for the treatment of strictures of the female urethra

Buccal mucosa proves efficacious for the treatment of strictures of the female urethra

Clearer definition of painful bladder syndrome

Clearer definition of painful bladder syndrome

MDCT urography shows potential for detecting bladder cancer without surgery

MDCT urography shows potential for detecting bladder cancer without surgery

Do symptoms correlate with cystoscopic findings in newly diagnosed PBS/IC?

Do symptoms correlate with cystoscopic findings in newly diagnosed PBS/IC?

Review examines the management of radiotherapy induced rectourethal fistula

Review examines the management of radiotherapy induced rectourethal fistula

More dependable, less expensive tool to help detect bladder cancer earlier

More dependable, less expensive tool to help detect bladder cancer earlier

3 year study to validate bladder cancer test

3 year study to validate bladder cancer test