resectoscope


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re·sec·to·scope

 (rĭ-sĕk′tə-skōp′)
n.
A surgical instrument for performing a resection without an opening or incision other than that made by the instrument.
Translations

re·sec·to·scope

n. resectoscopio, instrumento quirúrgico provisto de un electrodo cortante como el que se usa para la resección de la próstata a través de la uretra.
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We have encountered patients who felt discomfort in the urethra during HoLEP because of the 26 Fr resectoscope is too thick.
Pathology may be removed using a resectoscope loop, morcellation, or a hysteroscopic grasper [9, 12, 13].
The novel mini-resectoscope has an outer diameter of only 5 mm, requiring minimal cervical dilatation, compared with 10 mm dilatation required for the conventional resectoscope, thus reducing the chances of cervical trauma and uterine perforation, as well as improving postoperative pain control.
Excess prostate tissue (not the complete gland) surrounding the urethra is cut away through use of a resectoscope (Kandhway, 2016; Urology Care Foundation, 2017).
The resectoscope is designed with a wire loop attached.
A continuous flow resectoscope, like the Iglesias model with 1.5% glycine, was used as irrigant.
Mr Pembridge is qualified in surgical techniques for the management of heavy menstrual bleeding such as endoscopic and hysteroscopic techniques including endometrial ablation using the Novasure device and endoscopic techniques to removed polyps and fibroids using the Myosure device or a device called a resectoscope.
Therefore, some of his recommendations, such as cauterizing Hunner's lesions via a resectoscope, are beyond the scope of practicing gynecologists.
One of the critical factors when introducing the resectoscope is the size of the urethral meatus (UM) [7].
The operation was carried out as patients in the lithotomy position with a Karl Storz 24-fr resectoscope with sterile water as an irrigant.