stroboscopy

stro·bos·co·py

(strō-bos'kŏ-pē),
Endoscopy performed with an intermittent light at a frequency that approximates the frequency of movement of the object visualized so that it appears to be motionless; useful in analyzing vocal fold structure and motion.

stro·bos·co·py

(strō-bos'kŏ-pē)
Endoscopy performed with an intermittent light at a frequency that approximates the frequency of movement of the object visualized so that it appears to be motionless; useful in analyzing vocal cord structure and motion.

stroboscopy

The analysis of movements with a periodically flickering light source.
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