Endoscopic tube

Endoscopic tube

a tube that is inserted into a hollow organ permitting a physician to see the inside it.
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When you put multiple devices, such as fiber optics, other tubes, guidewires, and even stents, through a narrow laparoscopic or endoscopic tube, for example, you get a 'stack-up' of tolerances.
A suturing device called an EndoCinch is attached to an endoscopic tube inserted through the mouth and into the esophagus.
Percutaneous endoscopic tube feeding may improve outcome of late rehabilitation following stroke.
During the EndoCinch(TM) procedure, a thin, flexible endoscopic tube is inserted down the patient's throat - a method that requires no incisions or general anesthesia.

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