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The removal, under the guidance of the eye, of foreign bodies from the urinary bladder in women, is quite simple, because the short, easily dilatable urethra allows the introduction of a forceps alongside of the cystoscope. In the male, however, this problem is a more difficult one. Heretofore, I have resorted to the use of Young's cystoscopic rongeur. Soon, however, the biting edge of this instrument Fig. I.-Cystoscopic bladder forceps: a modification of Young's rongeur. becomes dull and fulldoi:10.1001/jama.1914.25610430002015a fatcat:mfdddjswyfgprgavt25acqotjq