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La cistoscopia - Medical Animation
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La cistoscopia - Medical Animation
MEDICAL ANIMATION TRANSCRIPT: El mdico realizar una cistoscopia para diagnosticar las condiciones del tracto urinario. El sistema urinario o tracto urinario produce orina y la excreta del cuerpo. Incluye los riones, los urteres, la vejiga y la uretra. En los hombres, la glndula prosttica envuelve a la uretra en la parte inferior de la vejiga. Cuando la sangre circula, atraviesa los riones donde los desechos y el lquido extra son extrados para crear la orina. Luego, la orina baja a los urteres para almacenarse en la vejiga, un msculo expansible con forma esfrica. Durante la miccin la orina sale de la vejiga a travs de la uretra y es eliminada del cuerpo. Al permitir que el mdico mire el interior de la uretra, la vejiga y las aberturas de los urteres a travs de una cistoscopia, se pueden revelar las siguientes condiciones: un crecimiento inusual como un plipo, quiste o tumor. Una piedra en la vejiga o cerca de la misma, inflamacin o afeccin crnica, una estenosis o estrechamiento de la uretra, agrandamiento de la glndula prosttica o lceras en la pared de la vejiga. Antes del procedimiento es posible que se le introduzca una va intravenosa para proporcionarle medicamentos. El mdico comenzar aplicando anestesia local para adormecer el rea. Una vez que el rea est adormecida, el mdico insertar cuidadosamente la punta de un cistoscopio en la uretra y lentamente lo har subir hacia la vejiga. El extremo del cistoscopio contiene una fuente de luz y lentes que proyectan imgenes a travs de una lente ocular y en una pantalla de video. Al introducir una solucin estril clara, el mdico expandir la vejiga. Examinar cuidadosamente las paredes de la vejiga y la uretra. Mirando a travs de la lente ocular del cistoscopio y observando las imgenes proyectadas en la pantalla de video. Cuando el mdico finalice, el cistoscopio ser extrado. Inmediatamente despus del examen, el mdico podr informarle lo que observ. Si se tom una biopsia, por lo general, los resultados estarn disponibles en algunos das. Este procedimiento usualmente dura de entre 2 a 10 minutos. Generalmente, podr irse a su casa de inmediato despus de la cistoscopia. Es probable que el mdico le recete antibiticos para evitar una infeccin. Tambin le puede ofrecer medicamentos para cualquier incomodidad persistente.

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