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.
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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