Cystoscopy technique is to diagnose urinary system
This animated video is an informative video that talks about the process of Cystoscopy in the excretory system including the urinary bladder. A Cystoscopy may reveal the following conditions; unusual growths such as a palate, urine tube cyst, bladder cyst or a tumour, a stone in or near the bladder, a chronic inflammation of the urinary tract, bladder inflammation, a stricture or narrowing of urethra, enlargement of the prostate gland, or ulcers in the bladder wall. The doctor will begin the process by applying a local anaesthetic to numb the area. Once the area is numb, the doctor will insert a tip of a cystoscope into the urethra and slowly advance it back into the bladder. The end of the cystoscope contains light source and lens, which projects images through an eye piece in onto a video screen. By introducing a clear sterile solution, your doctor will expand the bladder, and will carefully examine the lining of the bladder and urethra by looking through the eye piece on the cystoscope, as well as the image projected on the video screen.