Cystoscopy is a diagnostic tool used by our vets to examine the urinary tract in pets, most commonly in dogs and cats. It involves the use of a cystoscope, which is a rigid endoscope equipped with a light and camera, to visualise the inside of the bladder and urethra.
We offer this from our practice in Eastry, which is within easy reach of Canterbury, Ashford, Thanet and Dover.
The procedure is performed under general anaesthesia and is used to diagnose a range of conditions affecting the urinary tract, including bladder stones, tumours, and blockages. Cystoscopy allows the vet to examine the inside of the bladder and urethra in great detail, providing valuable information about the health of these structures.
Cystoscopy is an important diagnostic tool for pets with urinary tract problems. Its ability to provide detailed information about the health of these structures and its ability to assist in the diagnosis and treatment of conditions affecting the bladder and urethra make it a valuable resource for our patients.
If your pet has urinary issues and needs a referral for cystoscopy we can book this at our practice in Eastry, Kent, near Canterbury and Thanet. Please contact our team to find out more, or to book in.