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  1. Cystoscopy

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    Cystoscopy, When is a cystoscopy done? To help with diagnosis A cystoscopy may be done to help to find the cause of symptoms such as: Frequent urinary tract inf...

  2. Bladder Cancer

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    Further tests are done to confirm or rule out the diagnosis if symptoms suggest bladder cancer. Cystoscopy This test is commonly done to confirm a bladder tumour. Having a cystoscopy...

  3. Blood in Urine

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    You may have a blood tests and X-rays or scans. A cystoscopy may be performed to assess your bladder. Having a cystoscopy entails a doctor or nurse looking into your bladder with ...

  4. Prostate Gland Enlargement

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    For example: A look inside the bladder with a special telescope (cystoscopy) . A urine flow test to assess how bad the obstruction has become. An ultrasound scan to see whether...

  5. Interstitial Cystitis/Painful Bladder Syndrome

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    These tests often include a urine test, and a cystoscopy. A cystoscopy is a test in which a special thin telescope (a cystoscope) is passed into your bladder via your water pipe (ure...

  6. Urinary Retention

    Conditions

    This will drain the bladder's remaining urine, which can then be measured. Cystoscopy Cystoscopy is a procedure that requires a tube-like instrument, called a cystoscope, to...

  7. Schistosomiasis

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    Colonoscopy or cystoscopy: sometimes schistosomiasis is diagnosed after taking samples during one of the following procedures: Looking inside the bowel with a telescope (a colonos...

  8. Urine Infection In Men

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    A look inside your bladder with a special telescope (cystoscopy). Tests to see how well your bladder is working, called urodynamic tests. What is the treatment for a urine infection ...

  9. Urethral Caruncle

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    Only if there is uncertainty about diagnosis are cystoscopy and biopsy indicated. Management If the diagnosis is clear and the lesion is asymptomatic then no further action is requir...

  10. Urine Infection in Older People

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    A look inside your bladder with a special telescope (cystoscopy). What is the treatment for a urine infection in older people? A course of an antibiotic medicine will usually...

  11. Interstitial Cystitis/Painful Bladder Syndrome

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    Most cases need cystoscopy to exclude bladder cancer. Hunner's ulcers (reddened mucosal areas often associated with small vessels radiating towards a central scar, sometimes covered by a ...

  12. Haematospermia

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    If blood is seen in the urine, an X-ray or ultrasound scan of the urinary tract, as well as a telescopic examination of the bladder and prostate (cystoscopy), are indicated. Sexually trans...

  13. Bladder and Urethral Injuries

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    A retrograde urethrography is the standard diagnostic investigation for the acute evaluation of a male urethral injury. Cystoscopy Cystoscopy is the preferred method for detect...

  14. Urethral Syndrome

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    If no infection is found, consider cystoscopy to exclude non-infective causes. Further investigations may also include pelvic ultrasound, MRI scan, intravenous urography and urodynamic stud...

  15. Sterile Pyuria

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    With urine obtained direct from the bladder, any organism grown is significant and should be treated with a prolonged course of appropriate antibiotics. Cystoscopy may be required to exclu...

  16. Eosinophilia

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    Urine tests: all patients with blood eosinophilia and haematuria and who have been in Africa should have their urine examined for the eggs of Schistosoma haematobium . Cystoscopy may be requ...

  17. Urinary Frequency

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    Bladder flow studies and cytometry. Cystoscopy. Other A screen for sexually transmitted infections (STIs) may be appropriate: Urinary tract symptoms may also be associated w...

  18. Haematuria

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    A plain film of the abdomen should also be obtained, mainly to rule out urinary calculi. Cystoscopy: important in younger, as well as in older, patients. One study, looking at almost 2,000...

  19. Bladder Cancer

    Professional

    CT or MRI staging should be considered before transurethral resection of bladder tumour (TURBT) if muscle-invasive bladder cancer is suspected. [ 10 ] Cystoscopy permits direct inspection...

  20. Postmenopausal Cystourethritis

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    If symptoms do not subside then investigation may include cystoscopy with biopsy, urography and urodynamic studies. If there is haematuria that does not resolve rapidly on treating infection,...