Cystoscopy

What is Cystoscopy?

Cystos refers to bladder. Examination of the interior of the urinary bladder using a telescopic lens is called cystoscopy. This is done to diagnose bladder stones, mass in the bladder, infections etc.

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I am scheduled to have a cystoscopy in the upcoming week. I have a smaller penis and was wondering if this would pose a problem in the procedure....

doctor1 MD

Brief Answer:
penis size not an issues during cystoscopy

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Thank you for contacting HCM with your health care concerns

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Have blood and blood clots when urinating.

This began approximately four days ago.What can I do/not do to mitigate this...

doctor1 MD

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Hello. A cystoscopy is required

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Hello dear.
I have gone through the details.

It's a serious condition and you'd...

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I have had bladder low grade cancer 11 yrs, had cystogram found no tumors but for the first time cytology positive. Took ct scan found 2 non...

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Hello. Please upload the reports

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Hello dear. I have gone through the details. So you had a low grade tumor quite a...

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