Based on this test, your doctor can correctly diagnose diseases associated with urinary tract dysfunction.
Cystoscopy involves the introduction of a special scope through the urethra into the bladder. This device allows the doctor to look more closely at the inside of the bladder after filling it with a special liquid that facilitates the test. Cystoscopy is a minimally invasive procedure and before it is done, the patient is given local anaesthesia.
When is cystoscopy performed?
- in haematuria- in urolithiasis
- in congenital anomalies of the urinary tract
- in cases of suspected cancer
What are the benefits of cystoscopy?
This test facilitates further treatment, which increases the chances of achieving the desired results. Thanks to cystoscopy, the doctor has a thorough insight into the condition of the mucous membrane lining the patient’s bladder. As a result, a correct diagnosis can be made and appropriate treatment prescribed.