Cystoscopy is a procedure in which a thin instrument with a light at the tip (a
) is inserted into the
. The cytoscope enables examination of the inner surfaces of the urinary tract, specifically the
. Many cystoscopes have extra tubes to guide instruments for procedures to treat urinary problems. Cystoscopy may be carried out for a range of urinary tract problems, including such things as frequent
urinary tract infections
; blood in the urine; loss of bladder control;
or narrowing of the urinary tract; an unusual growth,
; and a stone in the urinary tract. A
will perform a cystoscopy.
For other locations use the refine search location field below
We are a team of Laparoscopic Gynaecologists and Urogynaecologists with on-site day stay facilities. We also have specialist nurses and specialist physiotherapists . . .
Southern Cross Health Society Affiliated Provider for Consultations
nib Health Partner
Urological cancers, relevant assessment, diagnostics and management, Elevated PSA, multi-parametric prostate MRI and guided biopsy, Haematuria (blood in the urine), Prostate cancer, Kidney cancer . . . .