After the test, the doctor will remove the endoscope.
It is possible to pass the endoscope right down to where the trachea splits into large bronchi at the bifurcation.
Fluoroscopy is also used to help guide catheters into place in the heart during cardiac catheterization or to guide an endoscope during endoscopic surgery.
The endoscope usually has a fiberoptic camera that allows a greatly magnified image to be shown on a television screen viewed by the operator.
With endoscope in the gastric antrum, pass the floppy end of a guide-wire via the biopsy channel until end is seen in antrum.
Once you are very relaxed, the doctor will gently insert the flexible endoscope.
Developed the modern endoscope used by surgeons to see inside the body.
The site of bleeding is beyond the reach of a conventional endoscope.
This technique uses a fibreoptic endoscope to position the tube with only a minor incision on the tummy.
endoscope model at its current position.
endoscope used by surgeons to see inside the body.
endoscope tube down your throat to the area being investigated.
The endoscope is then gently inserted into the upper esophagus.
Laryngoscope-An endoscope that is used to examine the interior of the larynx.
Examination with an endoscope is sometimes helpful in determining severity and extent of inflammation.
Endoscopy-Visual examination of an organ or body cavity using an endoscope, a thin, tubular instrument containing a camera and light source.
Air gun or BB pellets that have penetrated the nose or nearby sinuses are generally removed with the help of an endoscope, which is a slender tubular instrument that allows the doctor to examine the inside of a body cavity.
A narrow tube, called an endoscope, is passed through the mouth, down through the stomach, and into the small intestine.
In general, the doctor may use an endoscope to look for a foreign object in the body as well as to remove it.
On other occasions, as when the object is blocking the entrance to the stomach, a fiberoptic endoscope (an illuminated instrument that views the interior of a body cavity) may be used.
With regard to foreign bodies in the digestive tract, between 80 percent and 90 percent pass through without incident; 10-20 percent can be removed with an endoscope; and fewer than 1 percent require surgical removal.
This surgery involves making a small incision behind the ear and with the help of an endoscope clipping the muscle.
Further testing on the intestinal tissue will determine if there is damage to the villi, through examination by an endoscope.
The doctor performs the surgery by inserting an endoscope (a tiny camera) and surgical tools through the incisions.
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