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This minimally invasive procedure makes use of an endoscope (a tiny video camera) and specialized surgical instruments that are attached with the endoscope for operating on kidneys, bladder and ureters. The design of an endoscope is made in such a way that it can pass from the existing space in the body like urethra. An endoscope in some methods is passed through a very tiny incision in the skin to the organ or for the specific area to be treated.
Ureteroscopy: Through this procedure, a proper assessment of the upper urinary tract is done. Ureteroscopy is ideal for diagnosing and treating disorders like kidney stones.
Cystoscope: This procedure is performed for those patients who have a urinary problem. A doctor uses a Cystoscope for viewing within the urethra and bladder. Cystoscopy is recommended when a patient is facing following conditions
Percutaneous Endoscopy: The surgical procedure performed for removing stones of the kidney by making about tiny incision through the skin is termed as percutaneous nephrolithotomy.
Endoscopic Surgery for Bladder Cancer: Superficial transitional cell carcinoma (a form of bladder cancer) is effectively treated with the help of transurethral resection (a type of endoscopic surgery). The tumor within the bladder is located by using Cystoscope.
Endoscopic Surgery for Urinary Stones: The removal of urinary stones is done by performing endoscopic techniques of percutaneous, Cystoscopy and Ureteroscopy. A tiny basket is used for removing kidney stones that have entered into the ureter. In order to fragment these stones into pieces so that they can leave by the means of urine, a long extended flexible laser-equipped fibre through the ureteroscope is used.