Definition of Cystoscope

1. Noun. A form of endoscope used to examine the ureter and the bladder. ¹



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Definition of Cystoscope

1. [n -S]

Medical Definition of Cystoscope

1. An instrument that allows the doctor to see inside the bladder and remove tissue samples or small tumours. (12 Dec 1998)

Lexicographical Neighbors of Cystoscope

cystopexy
cystopherous
cystophotography
cystoplasties
cystoplasty
cystoplegia
cystopyelitis
cystopyelonephritis
cystoradiogram
cystoradiography
cystorrhaphy
cystorrhoea
cystorrhœa
cystosarcoma
cystoscope (current term)
cystoscopes
cystoscopic
cystoscopic urography
cystoscopies
cystoscopy
cystose
cystospasm
cystostomy
cystotome
cystotomes
cystotomies
cystotomy
cystoureteritis
cystoureterogram

Literary usage of Cystoscope

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Proceedings by Philadelphia County Medical Society (1891)
"EXAMINATION OF THE BLADDER WITH THE ELECTRIC-LIGHT cystoscope. ... The Leiter incandescent-lamp cystoscope consists of three portions, the beak, the shaft, ..."

2. Therapeutic Gazette (1901)
"IMPORTANCE OF THE cystoscope. GOLDBERG (Centralblatt für Chirurgie, July 27, 1901 ), writing on this subject, says that he has in the last year performed ..."

3. Monographic Medicine by Albion Walter Hewlett, Henry Leopold Elsner (1916)
"The closer the cystoscope is to the bladder wall, the smaller the portion of ... In the female, HA Kelly's open tubular cystoscope, with distention of the ..."

4. Practical cystoscopy and the diagnosis of surgical diseases of the kidneys by Paul Monroe Pilcher (1915)
"The Nitze indirect catheterizing cystoscope 63 larger one 62 36. ... The Pilcher catheterizing cystoscope with catheter entering the ureter 70 41. ..."

5. A Treatise of cystoscopy and urethroscopy by Georges Luys (1918)
"This done, the direct vision cystoscope with its elbowed obturator is ... The aspira- tory tube of the cystoscope is put in operation and the lamp ..."

6. Journal of Cutaneous and Genito-urinary Diseases (1902)
"In addition—and this I believe to be the important feature in the modification—the catheterizing portion is movable upon the cystoscope, or, rather, ..."

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