Cystoscopy Outpatient Clinic
Cystoscopy is a test that allows your doctor to look at the inside of your bladder and urethra. It's done using a thin, lighted tube called a cystoscope.
Cystoscopy may be done to:
- Find the cause of many urinary system problems. Examples include blood in the urine, pain when you urinate, incontinence, frequent urinary tract infections, and blockages in the urinary tract.
- Remove tissue samples for testing (biopsy).
- Remove a foreign object.
- Treat certain problems. The test can be used to remove stones or growths, help stop bleeding in the bladder, or remove a blockage.
Sturgeon Community Hospital
Outpatient Department - Unit 11
201 Boudreau Road
St. Albert, Alberta
At Intersection of St. Albert Trail and Boudreau Rd.
Hours of Operation
Days of the Week
8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Service Providers May Include
doctors, licensed practical nurses (LPNs), orthopaedic technicians, registered nurses (RNs)
Age 18 years and older
Healthcare providers should consult the Alberta Referral Directory for service referral information.
Referrals are to be sent to physicians offices.
Dependent on inidvidual physician's wait list.
Also Known As
Urology, Urology Clinic