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endoscopic

(en″dŏ-skop′ik)
Pert. to endoscopy or an endoscope.
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Transnasal endoscopic identification of the natural ostium of the maxillary sinus: A retrograde approach.
Livneh has 20 years experience in the Endoscopic market.
During endoscopic surgery of her left nasal cavity, we noted an ostium at the location of the left agger nasi cell (figure 2).
The SLS was established as an educational, nonprofit organization to help ensure the highest standards for the practice of laparoscopic, endoscopic and minimally invasive surgery.
More complicated and refractory disease may warrant endoscopic dilatation or surgical resection.
Onco-LIFE is compact, user-friendly and is compatible with a wide range of endoscopes and endoscopic accessories to help maximize global market acceptance.
Closer endoscopic inspection revealed an exposed and well-defined posterior ethmoid artery crossing the roof (figure, D).
9 Nineteen of these were operated via trans-nasal endoscopic approach while twenty-nine underwent trans-septal microscopic resection.
The endoscopic POR rate within 6-12 months after ileocolic resection was 59.
After resuscitation, clinical examination and radiological screening, the preferred approach to the emergency treatment of uncomplicated SV patients is endoscopic detorsion, while emergency surgery is needed for complicated patients in whom bowel gangrene, bowel perforation, peritonitis, or unsuccessful endoscopic treatment has occurred.
Endoscopic ultrasonography indicated that the lesion originated from the muscularis propria of the esophagus, and exhibited an oval hypoechoic shadowing mass with a clear boundary and homogenous echo pattern.
Lanza et al described a detailed endoscopic approach to the treatment of isolated septal spur.