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Endoscope

Descriptions of Endoscope

Endoscope: A thin, lighted tube used to look at tissues inside the body.
Source: National Institute of Health

Summary Information: Endoscope

Endoscope: An endoscope is a small diameter hose-like instrument with a camera on the end used to view the inside of a body cavity or organ. There are many types of endoscopes named for which body part is being investigated. Endoscopes usually have more than one port for viewing and for inserting surgical instruments for biopsy or treatment of disease.

Diseases Related To Medical Device: Endoscope

These diseases are related to the medical device Endoscope:

Types Of Endoscope

These devices are types of the medical device Endoscope:

Other Names For Endoscope

  • Fiberoptic endoscope

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