The flexible cystoscope can be used purely for diagnosis or surveillance of bladder tumour, or to remove ureteric stents or inject botox into the bladder.

Under general or spinal anaesthetic, a rigid cystoscope can be used. This allows biopsies of any abnormal bladder tissue to be taken.

The risks of cystoscopy are low; they include infection, blood in the urine and pain when passing urine for a few days after the procedure.

More detail can be found in the information leaflets below:

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