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Neurological endoscope

Summary Information: Neurological endoscope

Neurological endoscope: A neurological endoscope is a very small diameter hose-like instrument with a camera on the end used to view the inside of the brain ventricles and other brain cavities that contain cerebrospinal fluid. The endoscope is inserted through a hole drilled in the skull.

Diseases Related To Medical Device: Neurological endoscope

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