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Cystoscopy to view the inside of the bladder and urethra.
Indicted in urinary retention, bladder stone, blood in urine frequent UTI, painful urination , bladder cancer or urethral cancer, enlarged prostate urethral strictures and fistulas.
This procedure is commonly done to treat stones in the ureters. Used to evaluate and treat other causes of blockage or blood in urine. Insert the Ureteroscope into your bladder and the ureter to look for urinary tract problem.
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It divides and closes the ends of the vas deferens by clip preventing sperm from getting through. This stop the sperm from mixing with semen. By clipping and cauterizing.
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It is a common treatment for kidney stones also called as extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy.
Shock wave lithotripsy uses high energy shock waves to breakup stones. Tiny pieces of kidney stones can then move through urinary tract more easily. It may help you avoid more invasive surgery to remove kidney stones.
Prostate biopsy is a procedure to remove samples of suspicious tissues from the prostate. During procedure a needle is use to collect a number of tissue samples from your prostate gland.
It is narrowing of urethra.
After the cystoscopy, your urethra may be sore, it may burn when you urinate. You may need to urinate more often, and your urine may be pink. These symptoms should get better in 1 or 2 days.
Ureteroscopy is a minimally invasive procedure, in which there are no incisions. It is done under general anesthesia. It is typically done for small to medium-sized kidney stones.
The procedure itself shouldn't be painful, but you might feel a small pinch with the anesthetic injection before the area goes numb.
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Stones less than 10 mm in size can be successfully treated.
The most serious risk of a prostate biopsy is the risk of infection, including urinary tract infections and, less commonly, sepsis.
The most common causes appear to be chronic inflammation or injury. Commonly seen in age of 55 yrs & above.
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