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Cross-section of the penis, prostate, and bladder with a resectoscope inserted

View full-sized image Drawing of a cross-section of the penis, prostate, and bladder.  A resectoscope is inserted through the urethra to the prostate.  A wire loop at the end of the resectoscope cuts tissue from the prostate.
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Drawing of a cross-section of the penis, prostate, and bladder. A resectoscope is inserted through the urethra to the prostate. A wire loop at the end of the resectoscope cuts tissue from the prostate.

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Drawing of a cross-section of the penis, prostate, and bladder. A resectoscope is inserted through the urethra to the prostate. A wire loop at the end of the resectoscope cuts tissue from the prostate.

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Drawing of a cross-section of the penis, prostate, and bladder. A resectoscope is inserted through the urethra to the prostate. A wire loop at the end of the resectoscope cuts tissue from the prostate.

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