retrieval basket

retrieval basket

an instrument used with endoscopy which permits removal of small, round and smooth foreign bodies, usually from the gastrointestinal tract.
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In this 320-g cockatoo, a flexible bronchoscope was passed through the oral cavity without ingluviotomy, and the foreign body was successfully removed with an endoscopic retrieval basket passed alongside the bronchoscope.
I Joe grips a device for scooping the samples and places them in a retrieval basket, which is sent to the laboratory for analysis.
2 Fr Sur-Catch NT stone retrieval basket utilizes proven tipless, nitinol technology to address the unique challenges of each stone removal procedure.
The children underwent flexible sigmoidoscopy under sedation, and the foreign bodies were retrieved by using a polypectomy snare or polyp retrieval basket.
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6 French working channel, such as biopsy forceps, laser fibers, guidewires, graspers and retrieval baskets to the surgical site while providing simplification for the maintenance of equipment.
Although ERCP was initially a diagnostic procedure, the vast majority of cases now include therapeutic intervention performed with endoscopic accessory devices such as biopsy forceps, stone retrieval baskets and probes that administer electrohydraulic lithotripsy to break up biliary stones.
The secondary, smaller lumen affords a separate channel for additional devices such as laser fibers, stone retrieval baskets or working wire guides.