alexa Ureteroscopes: flexible, rigid, and semirigid.
Surgery

Surgery

Medical & Surgical Urology

Author(s): Basillote JB, Lee DI, Eichel L, Clayman RV

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Abstract Since its introduction, the ureteroscope has undergone significant improvements. Using the currently available rigid, semirigid, and flexible ureteroscopes and working instruments, urologists can diagnose and treat lesions throughout the upper urinary tract. Over the past 25 years, the ureteroscope in combination with shock wave lithotripsy has transformed the diagnosis and treatment of more than 90\% of upper urinary tract pathology from an open to an endourologic procedure. With endoscope manufacturers continually incorporating new technology into their ureteroscopes, future models will undoubtedly provide better optics, increased durability, and improved capabilities, resulting in greater success when urologists perform endoscopic forays into the upper urinary tract. This article was published in Urol Clin North Am and referenced in Medical & Surgical Urology

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