Cystoscopy Rigid Female

Cystoscopy Rigid Female at Park Hill Hospital

A rigid cystoscopy is usually a safe and effective procedure to find out if there is a problem with your bladder.

Ramsay’s urology consultants expertly perform rigid cystoscopy female using the latest technology. Many of our hospitals have dedicated state-of-the-art endoscopy suites that are JAG accredited for their high-quality endoscopy services.

Your rigid cystoscopy is safely and effectively performed under a general or spinal anaesthetic. You will benefit from a fast turnaround of biopsy results or further treatment if needed.

Your urologist works as part of a multidisciplinary team and will support you from your first consultation, during your procedure, and throughout your recovery. During an initial convenient consultation without waiting, they will assess and advise you in comfortable, private, and well-equipped consulting rooms. Your urologist may arrange other on-site tests including blood tests and a pelvic ultrasound.

In consultation with you, your urologist will then plan your cystoscopy, explain what will happen during the procedure, advise you about any preparation needed, and take the time to answer all of your questions.

All Ramsay hospitals follow strict protocols to control and prevent infection, including Covid 19.

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