urethroscope


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u·re·thro·scope

 (yo͝o-rē′thrə-skōp′)
n.
An instrument for examining the interior of the urethra.

u′re·thros′co·py (yo͝or′ə-thrŏs′kə-pē) n.
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urethroscope

(jʊˈriːθrəˌskəʊp)
n
(Medicine) a medical instrument for examining the urethra
[C20: see urethra, -scope]
urethroscopic adj
urethroscopy n
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u•re•thro•scope

(yʊˈri θrəˌskoʊp)

n.
an apparatus for observing the urethra.
[1865–70; urethr(a) + -o- + -scope]
u•re`thro•scop′ic (-ˈskɒp ɪk) adj.
u•re•thros•co•py (ˌyʊər əˈθrɒs kə pi) n.
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Translations

u·re·thro·scope

n. uretroscopio, instrumento para visualizar el interior de la uretra.
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"The endoscope (urethroscope) Avery introduced in 1840 was designed as an illumination device for ure-throscopy and laryngoscopy.
The stricture was incised at 12 o'clock positions cutting through the entire fibrous tissue until the urethroscope passed easily into the urinary bladder.
Endoscopic third ventriculostomy (ETV) was performed by William Mixter in 1923 with the aid of a urethroscope which he used to examine and perform the procedure in a child with obstructive hydrocephalus (34,35).
Instead, the surgeon passes a small fiberoptic instrument called a urethroscope through the urethra and bladder into the ureter.